System Center 2012 Overview

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System Center 2012 Overview

  1. 1. IaaSTechnical Overview
  2. 2. Infrastructure & Management User Group Once a month Next Date – 18.3 @ 17:30 @ Microsoft Ra’anana How to achieve the most out of your TS environment Hyper-V Tips & Tricks
  3. 3. Infrastructure & Management User Group Registration - http://infra.eventbrite.com Updates - http://www.linkedin.com/groupRegistration?gid=2389097
  4. 4. Server Application Virtualization System Center App ControllerData Protection Manager 2012
  5. 5. Orchestrator Service Manager Orchestration CMDB, Incident, Run Book Problem, Release Automation, Mgmt, Service Integration Request Virtual Workload Provisioning, Multi Backup & Disaster Hypervisor, Cloud Recovery Mgmt, Self Service App Controller Performance, OS / Software Health, Network, Deploy, Patching Application and Settings Monitoring, Best Mgmt, 3rd party Practices OS
  6. 6. Deployment Fabric Cloud Services Fabric Infrastructure ManagementEnhancements Hyper-V Bare HA VMM Update Server Metal Management Provisioning Hyper-V, Dynamic Upgrade VMware, Xen, Optimization KVM Network Power Custom Management Management properties Storage Cluster Powershell Management Management
  7. 7. Dynamic OptimizationDynamic Optimization (DO) and EnhancedPlacement Cluster level workload balancing scheme No dependency on Operations Manager Leverages live migration to move workloads Over 100 placement checks/validation, Support for custom placement rules Multiple VM placement (service)
  8. 8. • Includes machine definitions as well as applications • Supported application types: • Web Applications (WebDeploy)Service • Virtual Applications (Server App-V Package) • Database Applications (SQL DAC) • Starting point for services and source of truth • Specifies machine and connectivity requirementsTemplate • Deployed services are always linked to their templates • Updates to services must be applied by changing the template first
  9. 9. Services Customer Microsoft Partner App Controller VMM 2012 VMM 2012 Windows VMM 2012 Windows VMM 2012Fabric Azure VMM 2012 Windows Azure VMM Future Platform Hyper-V, VMware, Xen Azure Platform Hyper-V, VMware, Xen Appliance Appliance Hyper-V, VMware, Xen Hyper-V, VMware, Xen Hyper-V, VMware, Hyper-V, VMware, Xen, KVM Xen, KVM App Controller 1.0 Customer Problems Addressed 1. Self-service agility and empowerment for application owners 2. Bring service management across multiple clouds under IT management processes 3. Visibility and control into services deployed in multiple clouds Windows Azure – Public Cloud Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
  10. 10. Administrator Experience Common look and feel across System Center products Improve discoverability Only show what is relevant Complete scenarios within the console Simplified navigation Consolidated elements
  11. 11. Client Health Server-side metrics covering policy requests, HW & SW Inventory, Heartbeat, Data Discovery Record (DDRs) and Status Messages Customizable monitoring/remediation for:  Client prerequisites  SCCM client reinstallation  Dependent Windows Services  WMI Repository, Namespace, Class, and Instance health evaluation and repair In-console alerts when healthy/unhealthy ratio drops below configurable threshold
  12. 12. Application Lifecycle Application Installation New ApplicationRemove Application Update ApplicationApplication ApplicationUninstall Revision Retire Application Replace Application Application Application Retirement Supersedence
  13. 13. (Console, Web, SharePoint) End User Experience (Synthetic Transactions) Consistent UX Application Monitoring (.NET, J2E) Infrastructure Monitoring (OS, SQL, IIS) Infrastructure Monitoring (Network)
  14. 14. IT Process Automation Lower costs and simplify processes in the datacenter through automation Fast value with pre-packaged workflow expertise and integration Extends and integrates with System Center today Grant for Opalis technology for new and existing SMSE / SMSD customershttp://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/en/us/opalis.aspx
  15. 15. Compliance Release Asset & Risk Mgmt Change Problem Incident Service Request Configuration FormsSelf-Service Management DB Portal Configuration Knowledge Work Items Items Workflows Data Warehouse CSV Exchange 2007, 2010
  16. 16. Online Snapshots (up to 512) Active Disk-based Directory® Recovery System State Data Protection Manager Up to Every 15 minutes Data Protection Disaster Recovery Manager with offsite replication & tape Tape-based Backupfileservices
  17. 17. IaaSTechnical Overview

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