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  • Nyheter i Windows 2012 och System Center 2012 SP1 för Service Providers. Denna del i serien kommer att behandla nyheterna i Windows Server 2012 och System Center 2012 SP1 och hur de kan ge tekniska och ekonomiska fördelar för Hosters och Service Providers. Teori blandas med praktiska livedemos
  • 08.30 Kaffe09.00 Intro09.05 Presentation och DemonstrationBakgrund11.00 Slut
  • Definitonof Cloud Computing http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/nistpubs/800-145/SP800-145.pdfSo howdoes Cloud ComputingenableShared Resources and System Management Automation?
  • Essential Characteristics (egenskaper):On-demand self-serviceA consumer can unilaterally provision computing capabilities, such as server time and network storage, as needed automatically without requiring human interaction with each service provider. Broad network accessCapabilities are available over the network and accessed through standard mechanisms that promote use by heterogeneous thin or thick client platforms (e.g., mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and workstations).Resource poolingThe provider’s computing resources are pooled to serve multiple consumers using a multi-tenant model, with different physical and virtual resources dynamically assigned and reassigned according to consumer demand. There is a sense of location independence in that the customer generally has no control or knowledge over the exact location of the provided resources but may be able to specify location at a higher level of abstraction (e.g., country, state, or datacenter). Examples of resources include storage, processing, memory, and network bandwidth.Rapid elasticityCapabilities can be elastically provisioned and released, in some cases automatically, to scale rapidly outward and inward commensurate with demand. To the consumer, the capabilities available for provisioning often appear to be unlimited and can be appropriated in any quantity at any time.Measured serviceCloud systems automatically control and optimize resource use by leveraging a metering capability at some level of abstraction appropriate to the type of service (e.g., storage, processing, bandwidth, and active user accounts). Resource usage can be monitored, controlled, and reported, providing transparency for both the provider and consumer of the utilized service.
  • Service Models:Software as a Service (SaaS) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_as_a_service The capability provided to the consumer is to use the provider’s applications running on a cloud infrastructure . The applications are accessible from various client devices through either a thin client interface, such as a web browser (e.g., web-based email), or a program interface. The consumer does not manage or control the underlying cloud infrastructure including network, servers, operating systems, storage, or even individual application capabilities, with the possible exception of limited user specific application configuration settings.Platform as a Service (PaaS) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Platform_as_a_serviceThe capability provided to the consumer is to deploy onto the cloud infrastructure consumer-created or acquired applications created using programming languages, libraries, services, and tools supported by the provider. The consumer does not manage or control the underlying cloud infrastructure including network, servers, operating systems, or storage, but has control over the deployed applications and possibly configuration settings for the application-hosting environment.Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infrastructure_as_a_serviceThe capability provided to the consumer is to provision processing, storage, networks, and other fundamental computing resources where the consumer is able to deploy and run arbitrary software, which can include operating systems and applications. The consumer does not manage or control the underlying cloud infrastructure but has control over operating systems, storage, and deployed applications; and possibly limited control of select networking components (e.g., host firewalls).
  • Deployment Models:Private cloudThe cloud infrastructure is provisioned for exclusive use by a single organization comprising multiple consumers (e.g., business units). It may be owned, managed, and operated by the organization, a third party, or some combination of them, and it may exist on or off premises.Community cloudThe cloud infrastructure is provisioned for exclusive use by a specific community of consumers from organizations that have shared concerns (e.g., mission, security requirements, policy, and compliance considerations). It may be owned, managed, and operated by one or more of the organizations in the community, a third party, or some combination of them, and it may exist on or off premises.Public cloudThe cloud infrastructure is provisioned for open use by the general public. It may be owned, managed, and operated by a business, academic, or government organization, or some combination of them. It exists on the premises of the cloud provider.Hybrid cloudThe cloud infrastructure is a composition of two or more distinct cloud infrastructures (private, community, or public) that remain unique entities, but are bound together by standardized or proprietary technology that enables data and application portability (e.g., cloud bursting for load balancing between clouds).
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazon_EC2 Elastic Compute CloudCost AWSAs of February 2013[update], Amazon charges about $.02/hour ($15/month) for the smallest "Micro Instance" (t1.micro) virtual machine running Linux or Windows. High CPU and memory instances for Compute Clusters cost as much as $4.60/hour. "Reserved" instances can go as low as $6.43/month for a three-year prepaid plan.[note 1][19] The data transfer charge ranges from free to $0.12 per gigabyte, depending on the direction and monthly volume (inbound data transfer is free on all AWS serviceshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Azure
  • Threats and opportunities of the CloudCloud computing offers the enterprise enormous opportunities: 56% of European decision-makers estimate that the Cloud is a priority between 2013 and 2014 [71] . Even better: the Cloud budget should reach 30% of the overall IT budget. But several deterrents to the Cloud remain: reliability, availability of services and data, security, complexity, costs, regulations and legal issues, performance, migration, reversion, the lack of standards, limited customization, etc.PrivacyPrivacy advocates have criticized the cloud model for hosting companies' greater ease can control—and thus, can monitor at will—communication between host company and end user, and access user data (with or without permission). Instances such as the secret NSA program, working with AT&T, and Verizon, which recorded over 10 million telephone calls between American citizens, causes uncertainty among privacy advocates, and the greater powers it gives to telecommunication companies to monitor user activity.[72] Using a cloud service provider (CSP) can complicate data privacy because of the extent of virtualization (virtual machines) and cloud storage used to implement cloud service.[73] CSP operations, customer or tenant data may not remain on the same system, or in the same data center or even within the same provider's cloud; this can lead to legal concerns over jurisdiction. While there have been efforts (such as US-EU Safe Harbor) to "harmonise" the legal environment, providers such as Amazon still cater to major markets (typically the United States and the European Union) by deploying local infrastructure and allowing customers to select "availability zones."[74] Cloud computing poses privacy concerns because the service provider may access the data that is on the cloud at any point in time. They could accidentally or deliberately alter or even delete informationComplianceTo comply with regulations including FISMA, HIPAA, and SOX in the United States, the Data Protection Directive in the EU and the credit card industry's PCI DSS, users may have to adopt community or hybrid deployment modes that are typically more expensive and may offer restricted benefitsLegalAs with other changes in the landscape of computing, certain legal issues arise with cloud computing, including trademark infringement, security concerns and sharing of proprietary data resourcesOne important but not often mentioned problem with cloud computing is the problem of who is in "possession" of the data. If a cloud company is the possessor of the data, the possessor has certain legal rights. If the cloud company is the "custodian" of the data, then a different set of rights would apply. The next problem in the legalities of cloud computing is the problem of legal ownership of the data. Many Terms of Service agreements are silent on the question of ownershipSecuritySecurity issues have been categorised into sensitive data access, data segregation, privacy, bug exploitation, recovery, accountability, malicious insiders, management console security, account control, and multi-tenancy issues. Solutions to various cloud security issues vary, from cryptography, particularly public key infrastructure (PKI), to use of multiple cloud providers, standardisation of APIs, and improving virtual machine support and legal supportIT governanceThe introduction of cloud computing requires an appropriate IT governance model to ensure a secured computing environment and to comply with all relevant organizational information technology policies
  • Today's Cloud market is dominated by software and services in SaaS mode and IaaS (infrastructure), especially the private Cloud. PaaS and the public Cloud are further back.
  • Systems management refers to enterprise-wide administration of distributed systems including (and commonly in practice) computer systems.Network management refers to the activities, methods, procedures, and tools that pertain to the operation, administration, maintenance, and provisioning of networked systems.[1]Operation deals with keeping the network (and the services that the network provides) up and running smoothly. It includes monitoring the network to spot problems as soon as possible, ideally before users are affected.Administration deals with keeping track of resources in the network and how they are assigned. It includes all the "housekeeping" that is necessary to keep the network under control.Maintenance is concerned with performing repairs and upgrades—for example, when equipment must be replaced, when a router needs a patch for an operating system image, when a new switch is added to a network. Maintenance also involves corrective and preventive measures to make the managed network run "better", such as adjusting device configuration parameters.Provisioning is concerned with configuring resources in the network to support a given service. For example, this might include setting up the network so that a new customer can receive voice service.
  • Configuration managementHardware and software inventoryAs we begin the process of automating the management of our technology, what equipment and resources do we have already?How can this inventorying information be gathered and updated automatically, without direct hands-on examination of each device, and without hand-documenting with a pen and notepad?What do we need to upgrade or repair?What can we consolidate to reduce complexity or reduce energy use?What resources would be better reused somewhere else?What commercial software are we using that is improperly licensed, and either needs to be removed or more licenses purchased?ProvisioningWhat software will we need to use in the future?What training will need to be provided to use the software effectively?Software deploymentWhat steps are necessary to install it on perhaps hundreds or thousands of computers?Package managementHow do we maintain and update the software we are using, possibly through automated update mechanisms?Accounting managementBilling and statistics gatheringPerformance managementSoftware meteringWho is using the software and how often?If the license says only so many copies may be in use at any one time but may be installed in many more places than licensed, then track usage of those licenses.If the licensed user limit is reached, either prevent more people from using it, or allow overflow and notify accounting that more licenses need to be purchased.Event and metric monitoringHow reliable are the computers and software?What errors or software bugs are preventing staff from doing their job?What trends are we seeing for hardware failure and life expectancy?Security managementIdentity managementPolicy managementHowever this standard should not be treated as comprehensive, there are obvious omissions. Some are recently emerging sectors, some are implied and some are just not listed. The primary ones are:Business Impact functions (also known as Business Systems Management)Capacity managementReal-time Application Relationship Discovery (which supports Configuration Management)Security Information and Event Management functions (SIEM)Workload schedulingPerformance management functions can also be split into end-to-end performance measuring and infrastructure component measuring functions. Another recently emerging sector is operational intelligence (OI) which focuses on real-time monitoring of business events that relate to business processes, not unlike business activity monitoring (BAM).
  • This demo will show the benefit ofautomating event correlation and howsettingpolicies (Orchestrator Runbook) canhelpautomate a chainof events whichwouldnormallytake an administrator sometime to complete.
  • Demo Scenario System Center Integration – Print Service Recovery Bakgrund Syftet med denna demonstration äratt visa hurintegrationenmellanolika System center produkterfungerarochäven visa påhur man kanautomatiseraochlösa problem automatiskt med hjälpav System Center produkterna.Tanken med demonstrationenäratt via SCOM och Print Management Pack fångauppnär Print Spooler tjänstengårnerpå en print server. SCOM kommer sedan vi integration med Service Manager attvidarebefordradetta till Service Manager. Service Manager lägger sedan uppdettasom en incident med en specifik template för Printer problem somärskapad.I Orchestrator körs sedan en runbooksomfångaruppnärdetkommer in en incident med en viss text iärendebeskrivningen, plockarutdatornamnetfördenna incident ochförsökerdärefterstarta Print Spooler tjänstenpåberörd server.Om startenavtjänstenlyckassåkommerlarmeti SCOM attstängas, vilketi sin turvidarebefordras till Service Manager ochärendetstängs.  Demomiljö I miljöningårföljandeservrar:MS-DPM01 Print ServerMS-OM01 SCOM serverMS-SM01 Service Manager ServerMS-OR01 Orchestrator Server  Förberedelser Se till att Print Spooler tjänstenärstartadpå MS-DPM01Startarunbookenfördemot (Lab\\Scenario 1) iRunbook Tester ochkörigångförstastegetsåatt den ligger ochväntarpåattärendeskallkomma in i Service Manager. Demonstration Stoppa Print Spooler tjänstenpå MS-DPM01Avvakta tills larmkommeri SCOM konsol (kan ta mellan 1-5 minuter)Visa pålarm (History) i SCOM konsolhurdetblivitbehandlatav SCOM Alert connectorHoppaöver till Service Manager Console på MS-SM01Visa på Open Incidents hurettärendeharskapats. (Kanvara lite fördröjninginnandetkommerpå plats)Öppnauppärendetoch visa vilken information somkommit in. Gå till history flikenoch visa hur den blivitprocessadav SCOM Alert Connector ochvilken information den skickat med.Hoppaöver till MS-OR01 servernoch visa Runbook Tester ochbeskrivhuraktuellrunbookserutochvadsomhänder. Om alltgåttkorrektochtillräckligt med tidgåttskalldennahoppatvidare till Stegnummer 2 ”Get-Relationship”.Berättavad ”Get-Relationship” och ”Get-Object” gör. Dvsplockarutdatornamnetfrånincidenteni service manager.StegavidareiRunbook tester tills man kommer till sistasteget ”Start/Stop Service”. Visa att den fått med sig datornamnet. Finns irutanlängstupp till vänster.Körigenomsistastegetochavvakta tills detblivitklart.Hoppaöver till MS-DPM01 och visa atttjänstenharstartats.Hoppaöver till SCOM konsolenpå MS-OM01 och visa attlarmetblivitsläckt.Hoppaöver till Service Manager Consolenpå MS-SM01 och visa attärendetblivitstängt.  Slutsatser Tack vareattdetskapasärendei Service Manager såkan man enkeltfåframstatistikpåhuroftaproblemetharinträffatochnärdetharinträffat. Man har full loggningochmöjlighet till ordentliguppföljning.Man får en automatisktillfälliglösningpåproblemetochkanilugnochrofelsökaorsaken.Tack vara en central CMDB i Service Manager kan man enkeltfåframvilkaincidenter/problem somfunnitspå en viss server. CMDB samlar information frånmångaolikaställen via olika Connectors.Man kanbyggavidareRunbook med felhanteringochmailflödedärtex Printer ansvarigamailasdirektomtjänstenintegårattstarta.
  • Transform the DatacenterEnablesharing and highutlizationof ResourcesFabric (Storage, Network, Compute)ScalewithelasticityAlways up & always on (software definedresiliance)Automateeverything – APIs and Self ServiceEnable Modern Appsdelivery and managementFlexibility in tooling, admin and developmentRapid DevelopmentApplicationLifecycle ManagementEmpowerpeople-centric ITBYODPersonlalizedexperience (depending on location, devicetypeetc)IT security and governanceof access, device managementUnlocksinsight on any dataSQL or not SQL, connect to the world’s data and blendenterprisewithworld’s data
  • Hyper-V Extensible switchWindows Server 2012Windows AzureWindows Azure ServicesCommonality ofVirtualizationManagementDevelopmentDataIdentitySDN (SW definedNetworking)Manage, Control & OperateWith SC 2012 SP1, provision isolatednetworksrunning och the same physicalfabricIP addressportability
  • 99% of all SQL DBs can be virtualized (from MS)ScaleAvailabilityWorkload managementWorkload movement private cloud service providercloud & Azure
  • BusinessesmoreagileDatacenters more flexible (enable the above)Virtualize ”Everything”64 TB disks
  • No need for shared block basedstorage (SAN)
  • The System Center SuiteenablesPolicy Driven automation and management
  • Windows Server 2012Windows AzureWindows Azure ServicesCommonality ofVirtualizationManagementDevelopmentDataIdentitySDN (SW definedNetworking)Manage, Control & OperateWith SC 2012 SP1, provision isolatednetworksrunning och the same physicalfabricIP addressportability
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  • Demo 2.Denna demo tar också ca 10-15 minuter.Här kommer jag visa några konsoler. SCCM, SCSM, SCOM. Prata generellt om RoleBased Access.SCSM:·         Guida runt lite i konsolen.·         Visa integrations komponenter. ·         Visa CMDB som samlat in data från olika källor. SCOM:·         Guida runt lite i konsolen.·         Visa några management packs·         Visa en distribuerad applikation och att man kan skapa egna SCCM:·         Guida runt lite i konsolen.·         Visa på några nyheter.·         Tror att jag kommer prata om integrationen med End-Point Protection
  • ExklAppController
  • Devopersareusing Visual Studio to createpackagesthatcan be deployed on PaaSoffered by Windows Server 2012
  • Windows Server 2012 and SQL Server 2012 were both groundbreaking releases and provide the infrastructure and application platform as the foundation for SP1. With the release of SP1, all System Center 2012 components are now enabled to run in a Windows Server 2012 environment and provide management capabilities for Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V, Windows Server 2012 Servers, guest operating systems and applications. With SP1, a single instance of Virtual Machine Manager now supports up to 8000 VMs on clusters of up to 64 hosts and customers can easily extend beyond these limits with multiple instances of VMM, enabling datacenter management at large scale. SP1 also now supports the use of SQL Server 2012 as a repository for use by System Center 2012 components.Traditionally, networks have been defined by their physical topology – how the servers, switches, and routers were cabled together and configured. That meant that once you built out your network, changes were costly and complex.  SDN addresses these limitations by using software to configure end hosts and physical network elements, dynamically adjusting policies for how traffic flows through the network, and creating virtual network abstractions that support real-time VM placement and migration throughout the datacenter.Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Network Virtualization already delivers network flexibility by enabling multi-tenant virtual networks on a shared physical network, entirely defined in software. Each tenant gets a complete virtual network, including multiple virtual subnets and virtual routing, defined in a ‘policy.’ In SP1 we’ve built on this, adding management capabilities to simplify the definition and dynamic re-configuration of entire networks. By applying VM placement decisions and the policy updates together, SP1 provides a high degree of agility, automation and centralized control, essential to the smooth operation of a modern datacenter.  Windows Server 2012 also introduces the Hyper-V Extensible Switch which provides a platform through which our partners can extend SDN policies within the switch. One of the most common use cases for this extensibility is to integrate the virtual switch with the rest of the physical network infrastructure. SP1 manages Hyper-V switch extensions to ensure that as VMs migrate, their destination host is configured with the required switch extensions.SP1 adds management support for isolated tenant networks, IP Virtualization, switch extensions, and logical switch. Our approach allows partners to enlighten their network software and network equipment to participate in, support, and augment the multi-tenant datacenter brought about by Hyper-V Network Virtualization. We think that this open approach, our focus on standards, and our close partnerships across the industry make our solution particularly unique and compelling for customers. Learn more.Application development and IT operations are being drawn together in organizations that want to improve SLAs and speed time to take new capabilities live. SP1 includes support for the new Windows Azure-based service called “Global Service Monitor” (GSM). GSM extends the application monitoring capabilities in System Center 2012 SP1 using Windows Azure points of presence around the globe, giving a true reflection of end-user experience of your application. Synthetic transactions are scheduled using your on-premises System Center 2012 SP1 Operations Manager console; the GSM service executes the transactions against your web-facing application and GSM reports back the results (availability, performance, functionality) to your on-premises System Center dashboard. You can integrate this perspective with other monitoring data from the same application, taking action as soon as any issues are detected in order to maintain your SLA. GSM enables a 360-degree monitoring perspective for your web applications and, with Microsoft’s developer and ALM tools, forms part of a broader DevOps solution. Learn more.Hybrid Cloud ManagementSP1 extends the support in System Center 2012 to help integrate off-premises resources into the datacenter while retaining the same ‘single pane of glass’ common management interface:Enterprise Consumption of Hosted Cloud CapacitySystem Center 2012 introduced the App Controller component to enable organizations to optimize resource usage across their private cloud and Windows Azure resources from a single pane of glass. In SP1, we’ve extended App Controller’s capabilities to integrate cloud resources offered by hosting service providers, giving you the ability to manage a wide range of custom and commodity IaaS cloud services from the same management console for you to manage centrally.  SP1 also introduces additional new capabilities for multi-tenant and hosting scenarios. Learn more.Windows Azure Virtual Machine ManagementThe App Controller component in SP1 integrates with the preview of Windows Azure Virtual Machines enabling you to migrate on-premises Virtual Machines to run in Windows Azure and manage them from your on-premises System Center installation. This new functionality enables a range of workload distribution and remote operations scenarios.Enhanced Backup and Recovery OptionsThe Data Protection Manager component in SP1 adds the option to host server backups in the Windows Azure cloud (in supporting countries), helping to protect against data loss and corruption while integrating directly into the existing backup administration interface in System Center. Learn more.
  • SetupUserExperienceCostLoweredcostof VDITypicallyStorage is 70% of the VDI implementation cost – Windows Server 2012 allowsstorage to run on standard storagereducingcostRemoteFX
  • SetupUserExperienceCostLoweredcostof VDITypicallyStorage is 70% of the VDI implementation cost – Windows Server 2012 allowsstorage to run on standard storagereducingcostRemoteFX
  • SetupUserExperienceCostLoweredcostof VDITypicallyStorage is 70% of the VDI implementation cost – Windows Server 2012 allowsstorage to run on standard storagereducingcostRemoteFX

What's new in windows server 2012 and system center 2012 sp1 for hosting and service providers What's new in windows server 2012 and system center 2012 sp1 for hosting and service providers Presentation Transcript

  • • 08.30 Kaffe• 09.00 Presentation och Demonstration• 10.45 Frågestund• 11.00 Avslutning
  • • Carl Nakamura Senior Advisor Infrastructure & IT Management • Konsult i IT-branschen sedan 1998 • Teknisk specialist Citrix, Terminal Server 1998-2003 • Projektledning, rådgivning, utredningar/beslutsunderlag, strategier • Standardiserade och hanterade arbetsplatser • Managed (Workplace) Services, Service Providers, Outsourcing• Richard Djurman Senior Consultant Infrastructure • MCSE Private Cloud • Konsult inom IT-branschen sedan 2000 • Teknisk specialist och plattformsutvecklare • Windows Server • Virtualisering • System Center carl.nakamura@crayon.com richard.djurman@crayon.com
  • • Koncernen Inmeta Crayon • Grundat: 1993 • Huvudkontor: Oslo • Branch Offices: 15 • Anställda: 500+ (182 MCPs) • Omsättning 2012: 2,23 mdnok• Crayon AB • Grundat: 2005 • Anställda: ca 50 • Omsättning 2012: 395 mnok• Partnerstatus • Gold Server Platform • Gold Virtualization • Gold Systems Management • Gold Desktop • Gold Identity & Security • Gold Customer Relationship Management • Gold Software Asset Management • Gold Volume Licensing • Gold Learning (Norway)
  • Advisory Solutions Services IT strategy Collaboration IT-platform Sourcing Business Intelligence Security Cloud Computing CRM Systems Management Process and architecture .NET Unified CommunicationProgram, project- and quality Java Onsite Services management ALM Identity Management ALM
  • Services Advisory - Strategic Advisory Design - Project Management and - Cloud Computing Architecture - IT Security Systems OnsiteInfrastructure Security Management Services Project ManagementWindows Server Windows Security Microsoft System Center Operations Technical ProjectWindows Client DirectAccess SC ConfigMgr (SCCM) Monitoring Management PowerShell Forefront SC OpsMgr (SCOM) ITIL MS Exchange TMG / UAG SC DPM Problem Management MS SQL FEP SC VMM SLA advisory UC / MS Lync RMS SC Service Mgr (SCSM) Resource pool Citrix PKI Windows 7 Deployment Coo-Sourcing Quest tools NAP AppV / MedV Virtualization BitLocker Application packaging MS Hyper-V SmartCard Management Vmware Identity Manager (FIM) Service Desk MS Office 365 Windows Intune
  • • Traditional Company (Internal) IT Department• Managed Service Provider (MSP)• IT Services Provider• Outsourcing• XaaS Providers
  • • Internal IT Department • Operational Excellence• Hoster • Efficient System• IT Services Provider Management • Eg Workplace • Business Development • Billing• Outsouring Provider• You have Competition! • But HOW???
  • • Shared Resources • System Management Automation
  • • On-demand self-service• Broad network access• Resource pooling• Rapid elasticity• Measured service
  • • Software as a Service (SaaS) • Office 365, Dynamics, Fort Knox, WordPress, Internetbanks etc.• Platform as a Service (PaaS) • Web hotels, Jelastix (via partners)• Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) • Virtual Machine provisioning and management • Software defined Datacenter • ”Fabric” – network, storage & compute• Desktopas a service (DaaS/VDI)• Network as a service (NaaS)• ”XaaS”
  • • Private cloud• Community cloud• Public cloud• Hybrid cloud
  • • Amazon EC2 (IaaS), del av Amazon Web Services (AWS)• Windows Azure (Iaas & PaaS)• Microsoft Office 365 (SaaS)• Salesforce.com (SaaS)• Google Apps• (Netflix, HBO Nordic, etc.)
  • • Threats and opportunities of the Cloud• Privacy• Compliance• Legal• Security• IT governance
  • • Todays Cloud market is dominated by software and services in SaaS mode and IaaS (infrastructure), especially the private Cloud.• PaaS and the public Cloud are further back.
  • • Systems management refers to enterprise-wide administration of distributed systems including (and commonly in practice) computer systems
  • • Functions • Admin tasks • Hardware inventories • Configuration management • Server availability monitoring • Accounting management and metrics • Performance management • Software inventory and installation • Security management • Anti-virus and anti-malware management • Users activities monitoring • Capacity monitoring • Security management • Identity management • Storage management • Event correlation • Network capacity and utilization monitoring • Anti-manipulation management
  • Demo Scenario System Center Integration – Print Service RecoveryPhase PrintSpoolerService Print spooler stops starts Agent detect Agent detect service in Forward alert Forwards state service in to SCSM stopped to SCSM started stateSCOM state Creates Close incident incidentOrchestrator SCSM Detects Send start incident & command to starts server runbook
  • 1985 Windows 1993 ServerWindows1.0 Windows 3.11 (Wfw) •2000 •Integrated peer-to-peer networking •2003•Operating •2003 R2 System • Windows NT 3.1 (extension of •2008 DOS) • Client-server •2008 R2 1987 2000 Windows Windows Windows 2.1 2000 (AD) Server 2012 •Multitasking •Network •Cloud Operating Operating System System
  • • Industry Tansformation • Client-server to connected devices and Continuous services • Deliver applications powered by continous services to devices
  • • Tranform the Datacenter• Enable Modern Apps• Empower people-centric IT• Unlocks insight on any data
  • • Cloud OS to enable: • Datacenters w/o boundaries • Capacity on demand • Seamless secure access to data and information • Modern platform for applications
  • • Deploy in your own datacenter• Consume it from partner datacenter• Or use it from Windows Azure
  • • Services must span many servers • Rapidly and automatically expand and contract based on demand • SCVMM • Hyper-V, VMware vSphere, Citrix Xen Server • SCOM
  • • Cost • Utilization and cost must be shared• Multitenancy and Isolation is built into Hyper-V • Software defined networking • Quality of Service & Resource metering • Storage Virtualization and thin provisioning • ODX offloading with partner SAN vendors • Storage Pooling (Storage Spaces) • High availability on standard HW
  • • High availability to lower cost w/ Hyper-V 3.0 • SMB 3.0 storage • File based storage in Hyper-V • Hyper-V Replica • Shared nothing Live Migration • Live migration with only network connection • No need for shared storage or other expensive SAN features • Cluster aware updating • Server updating and patching to clusters w/o service impact
  • • Automation is one of the attributes of modern Datacenter• Self Provisioning • Users, Departments and Application Owners• Ubiqious Management • Standards based management • System Center 2012 layers on the management capabilities of Windows Server 2012 • Policy Driven automation and management
  • • Enable Applications• IIS8 • Multitenancy • Web Sites • E-commerce • Configuration management • CPU throttling provides isolation of customer configration and workloads• Windows Server 2012 • .NET • Target devices etc • HTML5 • Etc• SQL 2012
  • • Workload Management • Move workloads and applications according to policy
  • • Unified Cloud & Datacenter Management Product Offering• Enables Policy based automation and management of • Cloud • Datacenter • Infrastructure • Applications
  • • Windows Server 2012 and SQL Server 2012 Support • SCVMM 8000 VMs in a single instance• Software Defined Networking (SDN) • Install software in virtual switches, e.g. Cisco IOS• DevOps with Global Service Monitor and Visual Studio • Integrate SCOM with Azure Prescence Points• Hybrid Cloud Management (off premises support) • Enterprise Consumption of Hosted Cloud Capacity • Windows Azure Virtual Machine Management • Enhanced Backup and Recovery Options
  • • Service Catalog• Dedicated Environment• Shared Environment
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  • • Carl Nakamura Senior Advisor Infrastructure & IT Management • Konsult i IT-branschen sedan 1998 • Teknisk specialist Citrix, Terminal Server 1998-2003 • Projektledning, rådgivning, utredningar/beslutsunderlag, strategier • Standardiserade och hanterade arbetsplatser • Managed (Workplace) Services, Service Providers, Outsourcing• Richard Djurman Senior Consultant Infrastructure • MCSE Private Cloud • Konsult inom IT-branschen sedan 2000 • Teknisk specialist och plattformsutvecklare • Windows Server • Virtualisering • System Center carl.nakamura@crayon.com richard.djurman@crayon.com