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  • The point to make here is that a ‘shared pool’ of resources means that in the cloud you will be subject to a multi-tenant environment. Our Microsoft offerings span multi-tenancy from very isolated environments for government ‘cloud’s that have achieved FISMA certification (USDA) at great expense, to dedicated commercial offerings (BPOS-D) for customers who’s risk tolerance or business compliance requirements might require it (HIPPA) to highly shared offerings that still provide privacy, but not at the same levels of isolation… Price your risk tolerance..
  • Point to make: For many the road to public cloud leads directly through their private cloud, and for many because of compliance and data access issues, private cloud (e.g. Next Generation Datacenters) will be the only ‘cloud’ they use for the foreseeable future…
  • In the Hypervisor / Infrastructure Centric world, servers networks gear and Storage were the only focus… Sounds like IaaS, right…. You give the developer 100 TCP/IP address and which them the best of luck on scaling out their application!
  • You have to consider the application when you think about dynamic optimization… Reliability via clustering (head-end) and workload balancing is a necessity.. You have to go beyond the traditional software inventory CMDB and consider not only what’s on the box, (ingredients), but the ‘recipe’ (order) in which the elements were installed. GSK Story about the VMWare server that failed Dec 09 that they couldn’t recover because their production server had skewed/drifted from the golden master and the order of changes wasn’t documented… You need application introspection to understand what’s happening IN THE VM.. Monitoring the CPU & IO is not enough to determine the components of the solution that need to be scaled! VM’s are a blackbox without instrumentation, and if you do have the luxury of having instrumented code, you usually don’t turn on the instrumentation in production because of the run-time cost.. You have to be able to update you host servers and hosted servers gracefully…Everyone would like to have green datacenters, but you can’t do power management without policies.. Min/max, when…
  • Private Cloud is about the applications as much as it’s about the infrastructure.. Manage your application portfolio independently of the infrastructure (Sounds like PaaS right?).. You need something to bind your applications to infrastructure Service templates could do that..... Think ‘just in time’ images that are composed via applications & system updates… Note: I’m a little shaky on some of this as until March 15th, I’ve been told not to talk specifically about VMM 2012, but I’ve experienced the private cloud pain around a lack of these features…
  • From managing the virtualized infrastructure to managing a portfolio of applications and systems, system Center V-Next matures an existing feature and adds some additional needed elements to augment the private cloud story with regard to automation, packaging and application monitoring..
  • App-V will provide the application isolation from the OS to simplify the installation and maintenance issues associated with maintaining an individual App-VM instance which has to be maintained… causing VM Sprawl… AVIcode is the icing on the cake!! It provides instrumentation & introspection into the application parts to determine what parts of the application needs to be scaled up and down!!! Without application instrumentation, which no-one does in production, VMWare can monitor CPU & IO and only guess at what’s happening!!!
  • Point to make:Companies have been diagramming networks for a while now… but pretty network diagrams don’t consider the applications needs.. VMM 2012 now offers, more that just ‘network diagrams’, the APPLICATIONS are an integral part of creating the service and rudimentary policies to set max/min/default instance counts and upgrade domains are all included..
  • And how VMM 2012 manages the application setting that abstract the applications from deployment destinations…. Could be just private cloud Dev/Test/Prod or deploying to an external cloud..
  • Cloud Computing is emerging as a major disruptive force in shaping the nature of business and IT conversations. Cloud Computing enables what we call “IT as a Service” which represents IT as being delivered to the business in a manner that’s agile & cost-effective while meeting the quality of service (QoS) parameters that the business has come to expect today. A cloud service demonstrates attributes like self-service, metered by use, elasticity and scalability. Now, any “as a Service” offering by definition has a “Service Provider” and “Service Consumer”. Simplistically speaking, service consumer is represented by business interests while service provider is represented by IT. These constituencies are incented around different KPIs – for e.g. a business/app owner would care about time to market, costs and ease of use, & simplicity whereas IT optimizes for security, compliance, process controls and availability. To align these interests, we need a mechanism to deliver the agility that the business needs while ensuring the operational efficiencies that IT cares about most.  Enter System Center 2012.  System Center 2012 cloud and datacenter management solutions empower you with a common management toolset for your private and public cloud applications and services. System Center helps you confidently deliver IT as a Service for your business. For context, our target audience through this conversation is the CIO, Operations leader (CIO -1) & Applications leader (CIO -1). We characterize the Operations leader as our “Service Provider” and the Applications leader as our “Service Consumer”. Productive Infrastructure System Center 2012 cloud and datacenter management solutions helps you deliver agile and cost effective Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) today with what you already know and own. We also offer best-of-breed management for your business critical Microsoft server workloads (e.g. optimize performance, scale and data protection for Sharepoint, Exchange, SQL). Finally, we support your heterogeneous datacenter investments. Self-service infrastructure With System Center 2012 cloud and datacenter management solutions, you can create a private cloud today thus optimizing usage of your datacenter investments. You can pool & dynamically allocate your datacenter resources (i.e. compute, network, and storage) enabling a service catalog based self-service experience for your business, with appropriate role based identity and access (as enabled by Active Directory and the Virtual Machine Manager administrator console).  Process automation System Center 2012 cloud and datacenter management solutions offer IT process automation with orchestrated workflows across systems and tasks (with System Center Orchestrator). This enables you lower costs and improve datacenter service reliability. With System Center Service Manager, We also offer industry standard service management capabilities (based on ITIL/MOF) which automates core datacenter processes like incident management, problem management, change management, and release Management. Heterogeneous supportTo help you optimally leverage your existing datacenter investments, System Center 2012 cloud and datacenter management solutions support heterogeneous datacenter management. For e.g. we offer multi hypervisor management (with System Center Virtual Machine Manager for VMware and Xenserver), cross platform monitoring of Linux/Unix guests (with System Center Operations Manager), cross platform configuration management (with System Center Configuration Manager) & integrated automation across management toolsets from traditional vendors (with System Center Orchestrator).Predictable ApplicationsSystem Center 2012 cloud and datacenter management solutions help you deliver predictable SLAs to your business by maximizing your applications’ availability and performance. Comprehensive  application manageability Server Application Virtualization (SAV), which is part of System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012, optimizes your existing applications for private cloud deployments with sequenced state separation between the application and underlying infrastructure, acting as a bridge in your journey to cloud standardization.SAV simplifies application servicing with image based configuration and management techniques that reduce administrative effort and expense.  Deep application monitoring and diagnosisSystem Center 2012 cloud and datacenter management solutions (with System Center Operations Manager 2012 and AVIcode) offer e2e transaction monitoring for .Net/J2EE applications to maximize availability and performance. This also unlocks seamless & agile “dev-ops” collaboration scenarios, thereby improving performance against your SLAs commitments to the business. Easy to use reporting and dash-boarding allows you track and communicate your SLAs more effectively. Additionally, System Center Advisor enables you maximize application performance and availability with proactive configuration monitoring – we’re starting with SQL based workloads.  Service centric approachSystem Center cloud and datacenter management solutions offer a service centric approach to help you deliver business agility while unlocking application mobility between your cloud environments when it’s time. From deploying applications (design, composition, provisioning & configuration) to operating applications (monitoring, compliance & protection), we manage the full application lifecycle.     Your Cloud System Center 2012 cloud and datacenter management solutions empower you to deliver and consume private and public cloud computing on your terms, with common management experiences across your hybrid environments. Flexibility with delegation and controlConstruct and manage clouds across multiple customer datacenters, multiple infrastructures (e.g. Microsoft & VMware), and service providers (e.g. Windows Azure). Create and allocate logically distinct clouds in alignment with business goals – for e.g. business requirements might dictate that a marketing cloud has a different service level versus a finance cloud. Provide delegated authority and tools to enable self-service flexibility for your business. Virtual Machine Manager enables these capabilities.  Common console across clouds System Center cloud and datacenter management solutions empower your application and service owners with a common self-service experience across private cloud and public cloud. With “Project Concero”, we give you full visibility and control of your Windows Azure and Virtual Machine Manager deployed applications, so you can confidently adopt Windows Azure as your Platform as a Service (PaaS) choice.  Physical, virtual & cloud managementSystem Center has historically been known for physical and virtual management in the datacenter. You can now use your familiar on-premises System Center Operations Manager to monitor your Windows Azure applications (Windows Azure Application Monitoring Management Pack is in RC status now) – thus extending your common management experience to the cloud. With System Center 2012, we’re delivering on a number of unique management experiences for your private cloud. We believe “hybrid” environments will be the norm over the next few years. A common management toolset with integrated Physical, Virtual, IaaS & PaaS management will help you optimize ROI.
  • Windows Azure as a seemly ‘on ramp’ to public cloud… Discuss VMRole as part of the offering… SQL Azure as the Clustered relational database offering..Azure AppFabric as the Federated Identity, and connectivity solution (Queues) to the Windows Azure Cloud…
  • Power is the number 1 cost…. Do you think Enterprise Class Computers make good Cloud Computing candidates?
  • Key Points –Pre manufactured supply chain of Data Center Facilities for each class using the same kit of parts delivered at the same time as serversEliminate concrete – responsible for 5% of global green house gasesHow do we get to such low costs? Class A – no building, no UPS, no generators. E.g. VE in Colorado came in at ~$3.3M per MW – that was at very low density and included all site costs. High density reduces costs – 200 servers in a container costs more than 2000 servers.Graphs on rightIncremental deployment – for the same investment as a Mega DC split up and develop 10 sites for Next Gen deployments – choose Class of DC and where in a 3 month ttm (time to market)Split Design - leverage the industry – move design away from large fixed facility to Colo Modular vendor focused effort – independent of total capacity at a single sitePie Chart on construction costs - ~50% Total costs are in labor and ducts, pipe, conduit, and copper to connect major pieces of equipment
  • Microsoft Private Cloud Strategy

    1. 1. Microsoft Private Cloud Computing Roadmap<br />Amit Gatenyo<br />Infrastructure & Security Manager, Dario<br />Microsoft Regional Director – Windows Server & Security<br />054-2492499<br /><br />
    2. 2. Agenda<br /><ul><li>The Private Cloud Evolution
    3. 3. From hypervisor centric to application centric
    4. 4. The Economics of Cloud Computing
    5. 5. Datacenter cost and considerations
    6. 6. System Center V-Next</li></li></ul><li>Definition of Cloud Computing - NIST:<br />Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.<br />Additional Characteristics<br /><ul><li>Self-service
    7. 7. Location independent
    8. 8. Rapid elastic capacity
    9. 9. Measured / Metered Service</li></ul>Typical Deployment Models<br /><ul><li>Private cloud
    10. 10. Public cloud
    11. 11. Hybrid cloud
    12. 12. Community cloud</li></ul>Standard Delivery Models<br /><ul><li>Software as a Service (SaaS)
    13. 13. Platform as a Service (PaaS)
    14. 14. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)</li></ul><br />What is the Cloud?<br />
    15. 15. Common Identity<br />Leveraging on-premises Active Directory<br />Federating based on industry standards<br />Enabling cloud identity providers<br />Common Management Framework<br />Operational visibility & Reporting<br />Provisioning objects to services where needed<br />The Microsoft Cloud OfferingsA Spectrum of Choice<br />IaaS<br />PaaS<br />SaaS<br />Traditional<br />You manage<br />Applications<br />Applications<br />Applications<br />Applications<br />You manage<br />Data<br />Data<br />Data<br />Data<br />Runtime<br />Runtime<br />Runtime<br />Runtime<br />Managed by vendor<br />Middleware<br />Middleware<br />Middleware<br />Middleware<br />You manage<br />Managed by vendor<br />O/S<br />O/S<br />O/S<br />O/S<br />Managed by vendor<br />Virtualization<br />Virtualization<br />Virtualization<br />Virtualization<br />Servers<br />Servers<br />Servers<br />Servers<br />Storage<br />Storage<br />Storage<br />Storage<br />Networking<br />Networking<br />Networking<br />Networking<br />
    16. 16. Immediate Value<br /><ul><li>Public Cloud SaaS: Office 365
    17. 17. Exchange Online
    18. 18. SharePoint Online
    19. 19. Lync Online
    20. 20. Office Professional Plus
    21. 21. Public Cloud IaaS & PaaS: Windows Azure
    22. 22. Windows Azure ‘VM Role’
    23. 23. SQL Azure
    24. 24. Azure Application Fabric
    25. 25. Private Cloud
    26. 26. Windows Enterprise & Datacenter Server 08 R2 Hyper-V, System Center with Opalis, Server App-V and AVIcode</li></ul>SaaS<br />SituationalValue<br />Private Cloud<br />PaaS<br /> Platform Appliance<br />IaaS<br />Creating a Cloud Computing Roadmap<br />| <br />| <br />
    27. 27. The Evolution of the DatacenterFrom Traditional to Private to Public Clouds…<br />TraditionalDatacenter<br />PublicCloud<br />VirtualizedDatacenter<br />PrivateCloud<br />Hypervisor<br />Centric <br />Location<br />Agnostic<br />Application<br />Centric <br /><ul><li>Utilization Increases
    28. 28. Management Costs is the long tail
    29. 29. High IT ‘touch’
    30. 30. VM Server Sprawl / VM & Application lifecycle
    31. 31. DR issues as production VM’s images ‘drift’
    32. 32. Automation
    33. 33. Decrease Management Costs
    34. 34. Low IT ‘touch’, Self Service
    35. 35. Measured & Metered Service
    36. 36. Application Centric
    37. 37. Elastic - Automated & Dynamic
    38. 38. Full Life cycle management
    39. 39. Well-known, Stable & Secure
    40. 40. Utilization <15%
    41. 41. Limited Elasticity & Resource pooling
    42. 42. Cloud Architected Applications
    43. 43. Capacity on Demand
    44. 44. Global Reach</li></li></ul><li>Private Cloud ComputingHypervisor & Infrastructure Centric Approach<br />Traditional IT<br />Private <br />Cloud<br />(IaaS) <br />Physical Server<br /><ul><li>Bare metal provisioning
    45. 45. Manage hypervisors </li></ul>Network<br /><ul><li>Define network using Logical Networks
    46. 46. Assign IP and MAC from pools
    47. 47. Integrate with load balancers</li></ul>Storage<br /><ul><li>Provision new storage with VM deployment</li></ul>Applications<br />Applications<br />Data<br />Data<br />Runtime<br />Runtime<br />Middleware<br />Middleware<br />The Full Stack<br />O/S<br />O/S<br />Virtualization<br />Virtualization<br />Private Cloud<br />Servers<br />Servers<br />Storage<br />Storage<br />Networking<br />Networking<br />MS Hyper-V, VMWare, XEN<br />HP, Dell, IBM, Fujitsu, NEC, Hitachi <br />EMC, IBM, Dell, Hitach <br />Cisco, F5, OSS<br />
    48. 48. Private Cloud NeedBeyond the Hypervisor, policies… <br />Dynamic Optimization (DO) and Enhanced Placement<br /><ul><li>Cluster level workload balancing scheme
    49. 49. Application Packaging
    50. 50. Beyond ‘baking’ the application into a VM image
    51. 51. A repeatable abstraction of the application from the VM
    52. 52. Application introspection
    53. 53. Leverages live migration to move workloads
    54. 54. Policy & Custom placement rules </li></ul>Update Management<br /><ul><li>Update operation control (On-demand scan and on-demand remediation)
    55. 55. Updating a Hyper-V cluster is fully automated
    56. 56. Integrated with Windows Server Update Server</li></ul>PowerManagement<br /><ul><li>Powers down servers during times of low utilization
    57. 57. Leverages DO and live migration to balance workloads with no disruption
    58. 58. Ability for admin to define policy</li></li></ul><li>Private Cloud NeedService Lifecycle Management<br />Applications<br /><ul><li>Managing application portfolios
    59. 59. Built-in support for Web deploy, Server App-V, SQL DAC
    60. 60. Custom command execution for other application packages</li></ul>Service Templates<br /><ul><li>Source of truth for deployed service configuration</li></ul>Image-based<br /><ul><li>OS separated from apps
    61. 61. Composed during deployment</li></ul>Servicing<br /><ul><li>Change the template and then apply that change to deployed instances</li></li></ul><li>Private Cloud ComputingApplication Portfolio Approach – Package, deploy & monitor!<br />Private Cloud<br />IaaS<br />Private Cloud<br />PaaS/SaaS<br />The System Center Suite V-Next brings it all together<br /><ul><li>Provisioning
    62. 62. Monitoring
    63. 63. Compliance
    64. 64. Integration
    65. 65. Self Service
    66. 66. Protection</li></ul>Applications<br />Applications<br />Provisioning<br />Data<br />Data<br />The V-Next Focus of Private Cloud<br />Monitoring<br />Runtime<br />Runtime<br />Protection<br />Middleware<br />Middleware<br />O/S<br />O/S<br />Virtualization<br />Virtualization<br />Servers<br />Servers<br />2008 Focus<br />Data<br />Storage<br />Storage<br />Database<br />Automation, Packaging & <br />Application Monitoring are key!<br />Application<br />Networking<br />Networking<br />
    67. 67. Automation, Packaging & App MonitoringThe foundation of Private Cloud<br /><ul><li>Microsoft Opalis: Extensible automation ‘engine’ for operations and configuration management
    68. 68. Programmatic, automated break/fix scripts
    69. 69. Microsoft Server App-V: Deploy and configure applications in a reliable and repeatable way
    70. 70. Easily update applications that have previously been deployed
    71. 71. “When I move my application from Dev to Test to Production, it’s NEVER the same experience and frequently problematic”
    72. 72. Microsoft AVIcode: Application Monitoring
    73. 73. Monitor the health state of individual transactions
    74. 74. Automatically calculate baseline performance levels
    75. 75. Real-time dashboard and performance insight</li></li></ul><li>New! Service Designer<br />Designer canvas<br />Properties<br />Ribbon<br />
    76. 76. VMM 2012 Deployment Abstraction & Flexibility<br />Deploy the service<br />Deploy to Cloud<br />Settings to override<br />
    77. 77. System Center 2012<br />System Center 2012 cloud and datacenter management solutions empower you with a common management toolset for your private and public cloud applications and services. System Center helps you confidently deliver IT as a Service for your business. <br />PRODUCTIVE INFRASTRUCTURE<br />PREDICTABLE APPLICATIONS<br />YOUR CLOUD<br />Deliver flexible and cost effective infrastructure with what you already know and own<br />Predictable application service levels delivered by leading monitoring experiences and deep application insight<br />Private and public cloud computing on your terms managed with a common toolset<br />Self-service infrastructure<br />Process automation<br />Heterogeneous support<br />Comprehensive application manageability <br />Deep application monitoring and diagnosis<br />Service centric approach<br />Flexibility with delegation and control<br />Common console across clouds<br />Physical, virtual and cloud management<br />
    78. 78. Journey to your Private Cloud with System Center<br />2010<br />Application Insight<br />DATACENTER MANAGEMENT<br /> monitor | configure | backup | virtualize | automate<br />2010<br />Service Management<br />2009<br />IT Process Automation<br />2007<br />2006<br />Server Virtualization<br />Backup & Recovery<br />2000<br />Monitoring<br />1994<br />Configuration<br />ENABLE THE CLIENT<br />ENTER THE DATACENTER<br />HETEROGENEOUS SUPPORT<br />INTEGRATED<br />VIRTUALIZATION<br />EMBRACE THE CLOUD<br />2010<br />2000<br />2005<br />1995<br />
    79. 79. System CenterManagement Suite<br />Data Protection & Recovery<br />Design, Configure & Deploy<br />IT Service Management<br />Monitor & Manage Service End to End<br />Virtualize, Deploy & Manage<br />IT Process Automation<br />
    80. 80. PaaS & IaaS: The Windows Azure Platform<br />Computing and Storage that grows with you<br />Automated service management<br />Familiar tools, technologies, languages <br />Relational storage for the cloud<br />Consistent development model<br />Automated database management<br />platform<br />AppFabric<br />Connect existing apps to the cloud<br />Access control service<br />Service bus capability<br />
    81. 81. Microsoft Online PropertiesHuge Global Scale 24x7<br />14B Ads Per Month<br />500M Active Live IDs<br />59 markets and 36 languages<br />355M Active Accounts<br />Over 4B WW Queries Each Month<br />Over 459M Unique Users<br />25M Users <br />Over 6M Songs In The Catalog<br />Over 303M Users 76 markets and 48 languages <br />2-4 billion emails per day<br />200+ CLOUD SERVICES<br />PC<br />MOBILE<br />TV/HOME<br />
    82. 82. Typical Datacenter CostsThings to consider as you build your private Cloud<br />HARDWARE COST<br />Server, storage, and network hardware per workload<br />5%<br />SOFTWARE LICENSE COST<br />Server, management, and utility software per workload<br />9%<br />CORE SERVER LABOR COST<br />Providing managed capacity to support a workload<br />17%<br />WORKLOAD-SPECIFIC LABOR<br />Specific workload-related operational costs<br />20%<br />IMPLEMENTATION COST<br />Planning, project, configuration, and deployment costs per workload<br />23%<br />FACILITIES COST<br />Lights, power, cooling, and floor space costs per workload<br />26%<br />Data derived from estimates built from multiple sources.<br />
    83. 83. Managing Power Costs<br />Bad News - The Data Center industry has been negligent around efficiency and cost<br /><ul><li>Organizations have been driving IT resiliency through Hardware Redundancy
    84. 84. Example: The Uptime Institute Tier Rating System
    85. 85. Creating a culture for no tolerance to failures and high cost
    86. 86. We have been letting equipment suppliers drive the industry
    87. 87. The data centers cooling designs have been treated like office buildings as opposed to engineered solutions</li></ul>Good News - The Opportunities are Huge<br /><ul><li>Virtualization and Cloud Computing will enable resiliency through the software stack
    88. 88. New and Old technologies are emerging that are forcing well engineered solutions
    89. 89. Examples: MS Containers, Air Side economization, removal of raised floors, higher density systems, design of the entire system to remove components (fans), DC, Higher Voltage AC, Higher ambient temp, etc..</li></ul>20<br />
    90. 90. Microsoft Datacenters Generation 4Goals & Objectives<br /><ul><li>Configuration & Construction
    91. 91. Modularize the Data Center
    92. 92. Commodity infrastructure (not enterprise class)
    93. 93. E.g. A balance between CPU efficiency & power
    94. 94. Redundancy & Reliability customized to each DC Class
    95. 95. Facility to accommodate Variable Power Density
    96. 96. Sustainability
    97. 97. Lowest yearly average PUE in the Industry
    98. 98. 2008 < 1.5, 2010 < 1.25, 2012 < 1.125
    99. 99. Calculate TCOE not just operational efficiency
    100. 100. Initiative to reduce building, copper, water
    101. 101. Drive to Chiller-less data centers and aggressive outside economization </li></li></ul><li>Clouds - IT as a Service<br />SAAS<br />PAAS<br />IAAS<br />Hyper-V<br />
    102. 102. Microsoft Private Cloud Computing Roadmap<br />Amit Gatenyo<br />Infrastructure & Security Manager, Dario<br />Microsoft Regional Director – Windows Server & Security<br />054-2492499<br /><br />