Track 1 Virtualizing Critical Applications with VMWARE VISPHERE by Roshan Shetty

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  • Accelerate VM storage placement decision to a storage pod by:Capturing VM storage SLA requirementsMapping to the storage with the right characteristics and spare space
  • Accelerate VM storage placement decision to a storage pod by:Capturing VM storage SLA requirementsMapping to the storage with the right characteristics and spare space
  • vSphere itself is one of the most heavily adopted IT platforms ever. 10 new VMs are turned on on vSphere every minute, a new copy of vSphere is deployed every 30 seconds.
  • Thank you.
  • Track 1 Virtualizing Critical Applications with VMWARE VISPHERE by Roshan Shetty

    1. 1. Virtualizing Critical Applications with Vsphere 5
    2. 2. 2 Virtualizing Critical Applications with Vsphere 5 – The foundation for the cloud vSphere “Virtualization is a modernization catalyst and unlocks cloud computing.” ―Gartner vSphere vSphere
    3. 3. 3 VMware vSphere 5.0: What’s New? Application Services Infrastructure Services Scalability VMware vSphere 5 Security • ESXi Firewall • 32 way SMP • 1 TB VMs • New HA Architecture • vMotion over higher latency links Availability NetworkStorage • Network I/O Control (per VM controls) • Distributed Switch (Netflow, SPAN, LLDP) • Storage DRS • Profile-Driven Storage • VMFS 5 • Storage I/O Control (NFS) • ESXi Convergence • Auto Deploy • HW version 8 Compute vCenter Server • Virtual Appliance • Web Client vCenter Server
    4. 4. 4 Infrastructure Services – Compute, Storage, Network
    5. 5. 5 ESXi Convergence Most Trusted vSphere ESXi  vSphere 5.0 will utilize the ESXi hypervisor exclusively  ESXi is the gold standard for hypervisors Overview Benefits  Thin architecture  Smaller security footprint  Streamlined deployment and configuration  Simplified patching and updating model
    6. 6. 6 Citrix XenServer 5.6 FP1 >1 GB Size Does Matter VMware ESXi 5 144 MB Windows 2008 R2 SP1 Server Core with Hyper-V 3.4 GB Hyper-V with full Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 is even bigger at… 9.8 GB Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 SP1 expands to 5.6 GB
    7. 7. 7  Create virtual machines with up to:  32 vCPU  1 TB of RAM  4x size of previous vSphere versions  Run even the largest applications in vSphere, including very large databases vSphere 5.0 – “Monster VMs” 4x Overview Benefits
    8. 8. 8 New ESXi Hardware Maximums  New for ESXi 5.0: • 2TB host memory • Up to 160 LCPUs • 512 virtual machines per host • 2048 virtual CPUs per host 2TB160 LCPUs 2048 VCPUs 512 VMs
    9. 9. 9 Clicker Question Vsphere 5 has raised the bar on the size of VM’s. Does this give you the confidence to start virtualizing critical applications.  Yes  No
    10. 10. 10 Technical Barriers to 100% Virtualization Have Been Falling Application’s Performance Requirements %ofApplications 95% of Apps Require IOPS Network Memory CPU < 10,000 <2.4 Mb/s < 4 GB at peak 1 to 2 CPUs VMware vSphere 4 300,000 30 Gb/s 256 GB per VM 8 VCPUs VMware Inf. 100,000 9 Gb/s 16/64 GB per VM 4 VCPUs VMware vSphere 5 1,000,000 >36Gb/s 1,000 GB per VM 32 VCPUs ESX 2 7,000 .9 Gb/s 3.6 GB per VM 2 VCPUs ESX 1 <5,000 <.5Gb/s 2 GB per VM 1 VCPUs 3.0/3.5
    11. 11. 11 38% 43% 53% 25% 25% 18% % of Workload Instances Running on VMware in Customer Base MS Exchange MS SQL MS SharePoint Oracle Middleware Oracle DB SAP Source: VMware customer survey, Jan 2010 and April 2011 interim results, Data: Total number of instances of that workload deployed in your organization and the percentage of those instances that are virtualized Jan 2010 …And Customers Have Been Making Great Progress in Virtualizing Business Critical Applications Apr 2011 42% 47% 67% 34% 28% 28%
    12. 12. 12 VMFS-5 VMFS-5 is a new version of the virtual machine file system that offers improved scalability and performance. • The datastore and a single extent can be greater than 2TB. • The maximum datastore size is 64TB. • Pass-through RDMs can be greater than 2TB, maximum size is 64TB. • The maximum file size remains at 2TB. • Newly-created VMFS-5 datastores use a 1MB file block size only. • File system sub-block size is 8KB. • Data of small files (less than or equal to 1KB) is stored directly in the file descriptor. • GPT replaces the MBR. • GPT provides the ability to create VMFS-5 volumes greater than 2TB.
    13. 13. 13 Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Profile-Driven Storage  Tier storage based on performance or SLA characteristics  View a list of all compliant storage resources Overview Benefits  Utilize the correct storage resources every time (no mistakes)  Help IT personnel that may not be as familiar with storage characteristics align with business and application goals  Improve storage utilization and efficiencies High IO Throughput
    14. 14. 14 Storage DRS  Group “like” datastores in a datastore cluster.  Initial placement of VMs/VMDKs  Datastore maintenance mode  Space and I/O load balancing  Affinity and anti-affinity rules Overview Benefits  Scalable storage management  Reduce time for VM provisioning  Eliminate VM downtime for storage maintenance  Automated Out of space avoidance  Automated I/O bottleneck avoidance Datastore Cluster Storage vMotion
    15. 15. 15 Clicker Question Vsphere has achieved a trust status in the world of Virtualization. Our key technologies like HA , DPM , DRS have gained good acceptability. Do you see value in Storage DRS – Storage mobility based on policies.  Yes  No
    16. 16. 16  Set up SLAs for use of storage and network resources  Added per virtual machine settings for Network I/O Control  Added NFS support for Storage I/O Control  Eliminate the “noisy neighbor” problem  More granular SLA settings for network traffic  Extend Storage SLAs to more VMs Performance Guarantees – Network and Storage I/O Control Overview Benefits 1. VM requests more resources 2. Other VMs are starved for resources 3. w/ I/O controls, can give VIP VMs preferential access
    17. 17. 17 Network I/O Control Enhancements in vSphere 5.0 Network I/O control in vSphere 5.0 has been enhanced to allow • User-defined resource pools • QoS (802.1p) tagging Mgmt NFS iSCSI vMotion FT dvSwitch port group 10 GigE port group user-defined resource pools system resource pools port group
    18. 18. 18 vSphere vSpherevSphere Auto Deploy vCenter Server with Auto Deploy Host ProfilesImage Profiles  Deploy and patch vSphere hosts in minutes using a new “on the fly” model  Coordination with vSphere Host Profiles Overview Benefits  Rapid provisioning: initial deployment and patching of hosts  Centralized host and image management  Reduce manual deployment and patch processes vSphere
    19. 19. 19 Adding Capacity Has Just Gotten Much Easier Time: 30 mins Total time: 20 Hours! ...Repeat 37 more times… Total time: 10 Minutes! Before After Time: 30 mins Time: 30 mins vSphere vSphere vSphere vSphere
    20. 20. 20 vCenter Server Appliance (Linux)  Run vCenter Server as a Linux-based appliance  Simplified setup and configuration  Enables deployment choices according to business needs or requirements  Leverages vSphere availability features for protection of the management layer Overview Benefits
    21. 21. 21 Web Client  Run and manage vSphere from any web browser anywhere in the world  Platform independence  Replaces Web Access GUI  Building block for cloud based administration Overview Benefits
    22. 22. 22 Customers Count on VMware for Reliability VMware: #1 in Reliability Financial institution customer: Over six years of VMware ESX uptime! Companies Trust Their Production Servers to Run on VMware 2326 days Uptime
    23. 23. 23 vSphere: One of the Most Rapidly Adopted IT Platforms There are > 150,000 vSphere customers Customers deploy a copy of vSphere every 30 seconds Customers turn on 10 new virtual machines every minute
    24. 24. 24 THANK YOUTHANK YOU Thank You

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