Chris E. AvisSr. IT Pro EvangelistMicrosoft Corp.http://chrisavis.com
Cambridge             Scientific Center                CP/CMSIBM System360/67
   Type 1 (or native, bare metal) hypervisors run    directly on the hosts hardware to control the    hardware and to mon...
Locus ComputingCorporation Merge/386                  Microsoft Flight Simulator.                  You’ve come a long way ...
October 26, 1998, VMware filed for a patent ontheir techniques, which is granted as U.S. Patent6,397,242.February 8, 1999,...
◦ February 18, 2003, Microsoft acquired virtualization  technologies (Virtual PC and unreleased product  called "Virtual S...
July 12, 2006 VMware releases VMware Server, a freemachine-level virtualization product for the servermarket.Microsoft Vir...
   Hosted virtualization               Hypervisor                                         virtualization                ...
Dynamically streaming software as a centrally managedservice   Streams applications to users            Readily accessible...
App-V for Desktops     Virtual applications run on the user machine     Consolidate & standardize images     Build busi...
Full integration with SCCM (or a customer’s existingsoftware delivery system) for deployment, patchingand application deli...
System                                                                        Center and                                  ...
Windows Server 2008 R2    Windows 7 Desktop or Session Virtualization   Virtual Desktop (VDI)
RemoteFX                                             Dynamic Memory                        Richest User                   ...
Virtualization get ready for tomorrow, today! - cr
Virtualization get ready for tomorrow, today! - cr
Virtualization get ready for tomorrow, today! - cr
Virtualization get ready for tomorrow, today! - cr
Virtualization get ready for tomorrow, today! - cr
Virtualization get ready for tomorrow, today! - cr
Virtualization get ready for tomorrow, today! - cr
Virtualization get ready for tomorrow, today! - cr
Virtualization get ready for tomorrow, today! - cr
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  • It is truly amazing the cool things that you can do with Virtualization on Windows Server 2008 R2 with Hyper-V . Imagine what you could do if you had a huge datacenter to work with. This is our Quincy Washington Data Center. 470,000 square feet and up to 80,000 servers. Its an old style generation 1 datacenter.
  • This is San Antonio Texas. Quincy’s twin sister. Amazing datacenter. Still Generation 1.
  • What you’re looking at here is an aerial shot of our Chicago Data Center – just looks like a giant parking garage. Generation 3 (Gen 4 even newer. They don’t have roofs.)Those two orange towers are NOT for launching missles. They are for cooling. They’re water towers. 2 Mil gallons each. Enough to cool the data center for 4 minutes in case the power goes out, while the backup systems come online.The data center holds 350,000 servers.
  • Here are the parking spots for the trailers. Connection terminals here.And it’s just one little USB cable to plug it in for all power, cooling and data! (Just kidding)
  • This is how we stack the containers inside the data centers. Like Reeeeeeeely BIG Legos.
  • Virtualization get ready for tomorrow, today! - cr

    1. 1. Chris E. AvisSr. IT Pro EvangelistMicrosoft Corp.http://chrisavis.com
    2. 2. Cambridge Scientific Center CP/CMSIBM System360/67
    3. 3.  Type 1 (or native, bare metal) hypervisors run directly on the hosts hardware to control the hardware and to monitor guest operating systems. A guest operating system thus runs on another level above the hypervisor. Type 2 (or hosted) hypervisors Run within a conventional operating system environment. With the hypervisor layer as a distinct second software level, guest operating systems run at the third level above the hardware.
    4. 4. Locus ComputingCorporation Merge/386 Microsoft Flight Simulator. You’ve come a long way baby!
    5. 5. October 26, 1998, VMware filed for a patent ontheir techniques, which is granted as U.S. Patent6,397,242.February 8, 1999, VMware introduced VMwareVirtual Platform for the Intel IA-32 architecture.
    6. 6. ◦ February 18, 2003, Microsoft acquired virtualization technologies (Virtual PC and unreleased product called "Virtual Server") from Connectix Corporation.◦ Late 2003, EMC acquired VMware for $635 million.◦ November 10, 2003 Microsoft releases Microsoft Virtual PC, which is machine-level virtualization technology, to ease the transition to Windows XP.
    7. 7. July 12, 2006 VMware releases VMware Server, a freemachine-level virtualization product for the servermarket.Microsoft Virtual PC 2006 is released as a freeprogram, also in July.
    8. 8.  Hosted virtualization  Hypervisor virtualization Guest Guest Guest 1 Guest 2 1 2 Host OS VMM Hypervisor Hardware Hardware Examples: ◦ Virtual PC & Virtual Server  Examples: ◦ VMware Workstation ◦ Hyper-V ◦ KVM ◦ Xen ◦ VMware ESX
    9. 9. Dynamically streaming software as a centrally managedservice Streams applications to users Readily accessible applications Centralizes permissions Accelerate Windows deployment Never installs applications Accelerate application recovery Isolates applications Reduced application conflicts Provide real-time metering Minimize app-to-app compatibility testing reports Leverage existing PC Management investments Total Direct Cost Savings of $82/PC/year* Heidelberg App-V App-V App-V SP1 4.6 v.Next “Microsoft Application Virtualization helps us dramatically reduce packaging time, optimize application delivery and management processes, and cut the total cost of ownership for our client environment. It paid for itself in just six months.” Axel Junghans Global Client Manager Heidelberg * Microsoft App-V Cost Reduction Study, Sept. 2009
    10. 10. App-V for Desktops Virtual applications run on the user machine Consolidate & standardize images Build business continuity for applications Applications can be taken offline*Microsoft Application Virtualization CAL for Desktops is available through MDOP for Software Assurance only. App-V for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) Virtual applications run on the RDS Server Enable Server Consolidation Mitigate Roaming Profile Issues for Remote Transform RDS into a dynamic system Desktop Services*Microsoft Application Virtualization CAL for Terminal Services is now included as part of the RDS CAL App-V Hosting for Desktops Available through Service Provider License Agreement Allows organization to host virtual applications on behalf of their customers Hosting for Desktops Can be used for 3rd party or LOB application delivery*Microsoft Application Virtualization for Service Providers is available and sold separately from MDOP
    11. 11. Full integration with SCCM (or a customer’s existingsoftware delivery system) for deployment, patchingand application delivery.Users can allow Windows to save their password, eliminatingthe need to sign on to the MED-V environment.Seamless integration with the Windows 7 My Documentsand Desktop folders, host-accessible printers, andhost USB devices.
    12. 12. System Center and RD Session RD Web App-V Host with Access RemoteAppRD Client RD Connection RD Virtualization RD Gateway Broker Host Active Licensing Directory® Server
    13. 13. Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows 7 Desktop or Session Virtualization Virtual Desktop (VDI)
    14. 14. RemoteFX Dynamic Memory Richest User 15% higher density Experience than the for full 3D apps market leader*Compared to Windows Server 2008 R2 RTM release. Based on internal testing using LoginVSI Medium workload
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