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  • We have taken a step back at VMW and we have asked the question – what are we fundamentally about? What we are fundamentally about is making that plumbing, that complexity disappear – in the datacenter, in the cloud, in the desktop. We can do it in an evolutionary manner: we can take people from where they are today, to where they really want to be, through a series of steps. In fact virtualization is the only way to get there without doing a wholesale rip and replace, and re-writing of applications (which, by the way, no enterprise can do). We can lay out a roadmap where every step of the way delivers value in of itself while at the same time takes companies where they need to go strategically.
  • What is the large set of unmet needs that we can address? As you know, VMware has historically focused its technology on a specific value proposition: server consolidation. But there is a much bigger problem that we can use this technology to address. The problem is the state of IT itself: customers are spending approximately 70% of budget just keeping the lights on, and only 30% goes to things that truly differentiates the company. This is unsustainable – the Board of Directors of companies is starting to figure this out. Customer example: CIO of a large bank shared with VMW CEO Paul Maritz: “My Board of Directors are coming to me and telling me that we need to turn this picture around. The problem is not only that I have this very complicated infrastructure that I have got to evolve, but 70% of my people really want to be plumbers - they love living in this world, and don’t know how to get them out of this.” This frustration is building up. Board of Directors is starting to ask: “I hear about these clouds like Google or Amazon. Why can’t we do that – operate our IT with the same degree of efficiency. Or if we can’t get it done internally, shouldn’t we outsource to the clouds? May be we should get rid of you IT guys, and we should start spending our money with Google or Amazon.” This may sound simplistic but it is indicative of the frustration that is building up.
  • Explaining how we started with basic virtualization, mainly for test/dev 10 years ago
  • As companies where getting more successful and servers become more powerfull, more and more workloads, including production worksloads where added as virtual machines.
  • As companies where getting more successful and servers become more powerfull, more and more workloads, including production worksloads where added as virtual machines.
  • As we added virtual infrastructure, providing central management across multiple physical servers, we really started to become “production ready” and companies where starting to put more and more production workloads on our servers. [click] And the need for virtualization is getting larger and larger, as companies keep adding servers, and still most servers are heavily under utilized
  • After the easy of creating and/or migrating to virtual machines, you can easily move workloads around using the vmotion technology. But vmotion on its own is a nice technology, but we have added also intelligence to it…. [click to next slide]
  • DRS allows automatic workload balancing, based on the needs of the applications you are running. [click] animation will start Explain that this radically changes the way people need to predict their resource consumption. As this does not need to happen on a per application or virtual machine basis, that becomes dynamic. Only if the entire server farm is running out of capacity, you need to consider getting more hardware.
  • Distributed Power Management Monitoriza constantemente el uso de los recursos moviendo consolidando VM para apagar los hosts que no son necesarios
  • So we can now easily create Virtual Machines and manage the resources they use… But what happens if the server goes down??? Explain the HA story [click] use animation to demonstrate
  • So we can now easily create Virtual Machines and manage the resources they use… But what happens if the server goes down??? Explain the HA story [click] use animation to demonstrate
  • On final exiting thing we are developing is a even better way of making important mission critical application robust. Explain the FT technology by using the animation
  • Vamos a poder hacer Thin Provisioning directamente como una funcionalidad mas desde nuestro software. Esto nos permitira asignar un disco virtual a cada maquina conjuntamente con unas alertas que nos permitan determinar que una maquina se queda sin espacio Esto nos permitira un mayor ahorro y aprovechamiento de la capacidad del storage Ademas tambien nos integraremos con este tipo de funcionalidades que ya tienen los fabricantes de almacenamiento en sus sistemas d eStorage Como lo hacemos? Asignamos un espacio de almacenamiento virtual a las maquinas. Fixicamente asignaremos un espacio menor Dispondremos de alertas indicandonos queuna determinada maquina se queda sin recursos en base a los parametros que haymos indicado un report que nos indicara los consumos de almacenamiento vStorage Thin Provisioning improves the efficiency of storage allocation for virtual machines by consuming physical storage only as needed, significantly reducing the cost of customer deployments. Virtual machine disks consume only the amount of physical space in use Virtual machine sees full logical disk size at all times Full reporting and alerting on allocation and consumption Significantly improve storage utilization Eliminate need to over-provision virtual disks Reduce storage costs by up to 50% Not only will we have this capability at our own software layer, but we’ll also smartly interact with offerings from our storage partners who deliver such capabilities with additional performance and
  • En el apartado de Networking aparecen tambien iniciativas muy significativas: Dispondremos de un concepto de switch virtual comun a todas las maquinas el cual simplificara y facilitara las configuraciones de los ESX Conseguir tracking y estadisticas para la resolucion de problemas y rendimientos Mejora de la seguridad Ademas aparecen iniciativas como por ejemplo Cisco que ha creado un Switch virtual el a modo de plug-in podra ser gestionado en la infraestrucutra y de este modo amentar las funcionalidades y capacidades desde la perspectiva del networking Aggregated view of virtual networking Datacenter level networking (versus host level)‏ Historical statistics follow the VM Simplified setup and change; seamless addition of capacity Easy troubleshooting, monitoring and debugging Enables new security services CISCO: And this layer is provided with an open API. Happy to have Nexus 1000V Allows network admins to treat their virtualization…
  • En el contecto de la seguridad hemos creado un conjunto de API’s que permitiran a los fabricantes de soluciones de seguridad integrar sus soluciones en el entorno virtual: Va a permitir proteger las VM a niveles muy superiores inspeccionando los componenetes virtuales (CPU, memoria, almacenamiento, Networking Consiguiendo niveles de proteccion mas elevados que en entornos fisicos al situarse fuera del OS Ademas sera posible aplicar a estas apliances conceptos de HA, Vmotion, al igual que otras VM Por ejemplo un App. Antivirus seria capaz de scanear a nivel de ficheros que estan siendo accedidos o leidos en el storage. Sin necesidad de instalar un agente en el servidor.
  • So as you can see vmware does a lot more then just making virtualization. [click] With all the Infrastructure and Application vServices, we are really enhancing the way you can run your IT. [click] Making Vmware the Virtual Datacenter operating system. For you to run all you application on, in a better, more robust, secure and scalable way then compared to physical computing.
  • Para ir comprendiendo los que la solucion nos ofrece vamos a desgranar ls diferentes piezas y funcionalidades que nos permitiran un mayor entendimiento de la solucion
  • Typically we have found that customers deploy VDI for 3 reasons, Centralize their environment or replace their desktop, Disaster Recovery or business Continuity and ease the management of transactional workers. Centralized Desktop Management: Use VMware VDI to replace traditional PCs with virtual desktops that run on servers in the data center, makes them easier to control and manage. Administrators can provision new virtual desktops in minutes, and give end-users their own complete, unmodified desktop environments, eliminating the need for retraining. Unlike a shared services model where a single OS is used for multiple applications such as Windows Terminal Services, VMware VDI creates isolated Virtual Desktops so VDI has none of the application compatibility problems. Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity: VMware VDI extends the proven power of VMware Infrastructure 3 to the desktop, and VMware VDI customers enjoy the reliability, data protection and disaster recovery capabilities that have traditionally been available only for server applications. Features such as automated failover ensure high availability for virtual desktops, and you can leverage shared storage to back up your desktops, just as you would with server data. Site-wide disaster recovery mechanisms ensure rapid restoration of service after an unplanned outage—without the need for duplicate hardware. Transactional User Management: VMware VDI is ideal for delivering cost-effective desktop services to fixed-function workers at branch offices, call centers and other locations. Controlling access to confidential data is easier because all virtual desktops and their data can be stored inside the firewall.
  • Typically we have found that customers deploy VDI for 3 reasons, Centralize their environment or replace their desktop, Disaster Recovery or business Continuity and ease the management of transactional workers. Centralized Desktop Management: Use VMware VDI to replace traditional PCs with virtual desktops that run on servers in the data center, makes them easier to control and manage. Administrators can provision new virtual desktops in minutes, and give end-users their own complete, unmodified desktop environments, eliminating the need for retraining. Unlike a shared services model where a single OS is used for multiple applications such as Windows Terminal Services, VMware VDI creates isolated Virtual Desktops so VDI has none of the application compatibility problems. Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity: VMware VDI extends the proven power of VMware Infrastructure 3 to the desktop, and VMware VDI customers enjoy the reliability, data protection and disaster recovery capabilities that have traditionally been available only for server applications. Features such as automated failover ensure high availability for virtual desktops, and you can leverage shared storage to back up your desktops, just as you would with server data. Site-wide disaster recovery mechanisms ensure rapid restoration of service after an unplanned outage—without the need for duplicate hardware. Transactional User Management: VMware VDI is ideal for delivering cost-effective desktop services to fixed-function workers at branch offices, call centers and other locations. Controlling access to confidential data is easier because all virtual desktops and their data can be stored inside the firewall.
  • VMWARE_2009.ppt

    1. 1. Victor Ramon Reseller Account Manager Iberia Oct2008
    2. 2. Nuestra vision del datacenter…. “ Make the plumbing disappear—In the Datacenter, in the Cloud, on the Desktop…”
    3. 3. El Problema <ul><li>>70% dirigido a mantener la infraestructura </li></ul><ul><li><30% dirigido a innovacion y mejoras </li></ul>Las mejoras de negocio estan relacionadas con las mejoras en las TI. Donde van las inversiones en TI Source: VMware Fortune 100 Customers 42% Infrastructure Maintenance 30% Infrastructure Maintenance 23% Application Investment 5% Infrastructure Investment
    4. 4. Perspectiva de la virtualización • VMware VirtualCenter • VMware Converter • VMware Capacity Planner • VMware Site Recovery Manager • VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure • VMware ACE • VMware Lab Manager • VMware DRS with DPM • VMware High Availability • VMware Consolidated Backup • VMware Storage VMotion • VMware VMotion • VMware Update Manager • VMware ESX Server • VMware ESX Server 3i • VMware Virtual SMP • VMware VMFS • VMware Server • VMware Workstation • VMware Fusion • VMware Player
    5. 5. Consolidación de Servidores
    6. 6. Consolidación de Servidores
    7. 7. Consolidación de Servidores
    8. 8. Fuente: IDC Server Tracker La infraestructura virtual 30 millones de servidores x86 actualmente en los CPDs Porcentaje de utilización = 5 -10%
    9. 9. vServices para Escalabilidad VMware VMotion permite mover máquinas virtuales sin interrumpir las aplicaciones que tienen en ejecución.
    10. 10. vServices para Escalabilidad Automática VMware Distributed Resource Scheduler equilibra las cargas de trabajo de forma automática según límites y garantías establecidos. Elimina la necesidad de prever la asignación de recursos.
    11. 11. DPM: Optimización del consumo energético Resource Pool Business Demand Power Off <ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Consolidar las cargas en un conjunto más reducido de servidores cuando el cluster necesite menos recursos </li></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Poner en standby los servidores no necesarios </li></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Recuperar los servidores cuando aumente la carga </li></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Minimizar el consumo de potencia mientras se garantizan los niveles de servicio </li></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Sin pérdida de servicio en las VMs </li></ul></ul></ul></ul>
    12. 12. vServices para Alta Disponibilidad X VMware HA protege la totalidad de servidores y aplicaciones frente a los errores de los componentes o de la totalidad del sistema. Configuración con sólo un clic.
    13. 13. vServices para Recuperación Ante Desastres X VMware Site Recovery Manager permite la transición sencilla desde un sitio de producción a un sitio de recuperación ante desastres. Sencilla ejecución en casos reales de desastre Pruebas sencillas, para poder dormir tranquilo
    14. 14. X VMware Fault Tolerance Protección de la Aplicación contra errores hardware, SIN tiempo de parada e Independiente de la Aplicación y el Sistema Operativo.
    15. 15. vStorage Thin Provisioning Virtual Disks Physical Storage VMware ESX 20GB 40GB 100GB 10GB 20GB 40GB 10GB 40GB 20 GB App OS App OS App OS
    16. 16. vNetwork Distributed Switch vSwitch vSwitch App OS vSwitch App OS vNetwork Distributed Switch Net State Net State Net State App OS
    17. 17. VM Safe App OS App OS VMware ESX Security VM vNetwork Distributed Switch App OS App OS VMware ESX Security VM <ul><li>Protección automática para Appliances de seguridad </li></ul><ul><li>Integración con ESX </li></ul><ul><li>Mobilidad </li></ul>Partner Products
    18. 18. El Sistema Operativo del CPD Virtual El Sistema Operativo del CPD virtual proporciona flexibilidad, velocidad, resistencia y eficacia mediante la transformación del CPD en una “nube interna”: un servicio elástico, de uso compartido y gestión y recuperación automáticas, que se puede federar con Clouds externas con capacidad de computación, liberando a las TI de las restricciones de las aplicaciones estáticas ligadas al hardware.
    19. 19. I wish I could be a Virtual Machine
    20. 20. Visión de la virtualización del Desktop VMWARE INFRASTRUCTURE Virtual Desktop Manager Puestos de trabajo virtuales “ El puesto de trabajo acompaña al usario independientemente del dispositivo de acceso” VMWARE VMWARE VMWARE VMWARE
    21. 21. De VDI a VMware View 3 VMware View 3 View Composer Offline Desktop (experimental) Unified Access Virtual Printing ThinApp
    22. 22. Retos Reducción de hasta el 80%* Ahorro de 50 – 135€ por usuario al año Costes de explotación Seguridad y cumplimiento Gestión Acceso flexible *Butler Group, “Infrastructure Virtualization”, septiembre de 2007 Principales beneficios Acceso desde cualquier lugar Acceso al PC independiente del hardware. Centralizada y automatizada Simplificar la provisión y el parcheado, gestión menos distribuida Datos no distribuidos Acceso cifrado. Creación del PC “stándar”. Reduce el TCO hasta un 45% Menos costes de gestión y actualización http://www.vmware.com/products/vi/calculator.html Energía
    23. 23. Resumen del VMware View 3 View Manager Clients Unified Access View Composer Offline Desktop
    24. 24. Aplicaciones… - Empresas con delegaciones, sucursales y centros remotos. Crear un nuevo usuario en menos de 10 minutos en cualquier parte del mundo conjuntamente con tecnologías “Thin Client”. - Areas externalizadas “outsourcing” dentro de las empresas. Preservar niveles de seguridad. - Departamentos de atención al cliente y empresas con alta rotación de personal y trabajo a turnos.
    25. 25. Otras aplicaciones… - Empresas y departamentos con normativas y regulaciones legales a ser cumplidas. “Standarizacion y control del puesto de trabajo” . - Aulas de formación en empresas o escuelas , universidades con entornos de acceso a distancia para estudiantes. - Usuarios moviles que precisan acceso desde diferentes delegaciones o desde casa “teletrabajo”. <ul><li>Salas de reuniones, puestos de “frontdesk”, o areas de la empresa externas </li></ul><ul><li>expuestas a robo, almacenes, cadenas de produccion. </li></ul>
    26. 26. Muchas Gracias Victor Ramón Reseller Account Manager Iberia

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