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DeltaV Virtualization

  1. 1. John Caldwell – DeltaV Product Manager Mark Nixon – Emerson Research Manager
  2. 2. Agenda  What Is Virtualization?  DeltaV Virtualization – Today – Development Systems – Training Systems – FAT systems using Virtual CHARMS IO  DeltaV Virtualization – Tomorrow – Industry Drivers – Architectural Concepts – Research Results  Demonstration
  3. 3. Typical computer  Single operating system (OS)  Software and hardware are tightly coupled  Resources underutilized Operating system Applications Computer Hardware Typical Computer DeltaV Operator Station Windows 7 Professional Dell T300 -Hard Drive -Memory -NIC, USB, etc Examples
  4. 4. Computer Hardware Host Operating System Virtualization  Encapsulate application and OS into a “virtual machine” which is independent of hardware  Virtualization layer fakes the applications into believing they are being installed in a real computer  Easily copy and manage virtual machine as single entity Virtualization Layer Applications Operating System Virtual Machine
  5. 5. Creating Virtual Machines Create VM with VM builder application Virtual Machine includes both O/S and application Copy VM to Host Computer Computer Hardware Operating System VM Player App with OS Click to run Host Server
  6. 6. VM Screen Capture Host Computer Desktop VM Desktop Application on VM
  7. 7. Computer Hardware Host Operating System Virtualization – Multiple Virtual Machines  Virtualization layer can support multiple VMs – Virtual Server vs. Virtual Player – Typically run on host server (lots of memory)  Can run different Apps and different OS VM Server Computer Hardware Host Operating System VM Player Applications Operating System App1 OS 1 App1 OS 1 App2 OS 2 App3 OS 3
  8. 8. Agenda  What Is Virtualization?  DeltaV Virtualization – Today – Development Systems – Training Systems – FAT systems using Virtual CHARMS IO  DeltaV Virtualization – Tomorrow – Industry Drivers – Architectural Concepts – Research Results  Demonstration
  9. 9. Virtual Machine (onSSD ExpressCard) DeltaV Simulate Standalone on a Stick Benefits • No software installation ( using W7 virtualization) • Preserves laptop integrity • Can run 32-bit DeltaV on 64-bit W7 OS • Can include control applications, graphics, process simulation, etc.
  10. 10. Windows 7 Virtual PC - Standard
  11. 11. DeltaV Virtualization Demonstration
  12. 12. Scott Thompson – Systems Consultant
  13. 13. DeltaV Virtualization Example - OTS Operator Training System ProPlus Computer hardware VM Server Operating System Host Computer W7:ProPlus v11 W7:OSN v11 W7:OSN v11 W7:OSN v11 W7: ASN v11 W7:OSN v11 W7: ASN v11 W7: ASN v11 W7: MiMiC Host Computer OSNOSNOSNOSN ASNASNASNMiMiC Simulator
  14. 14. DeltaV Virtualization Example - OTS Operator Training System Computer hardware VM Server Operating System Host Computer W7:ProPlus v11 W7:OSN v11 W7:OSN v11 W7:OSN v11 W7: ASN v11 W7:OSN v11 W7: ASN v11 W7: ASN v11 W7: MiMiC Host Computer Thin Clients (existing PCs) Company LAN Internet Benefits • Easy workstation deployment • More flexibility • Easier maintenance / upgrades • Reduced footprint and power • Lower costs
  15. 15. DeltaV Virtualization Example - FAT  Simulation with real CHARMS IO Cards  Interface to process simulator via OPC CHARMS IO Simulation v11
  16. 16. DeltaV Virtualization Example - FAT CHARMS IO Simulation QNX: CIOC v11 QNX: CIOC v11 QNX: CIOC v11 QNX: CIOC v11 VM Server Host Computer  Simulation with real CHARMS IO Cards  Interface to process simulator via OPC  Simulation with Virtual CHARMS IO Cards in PC  No Virtual IO Module (VIM) hardware required v11
  17. 17. Virtual CIOC running in VMWare Server 2.0  Supports multiple CIOC in Host Computer  Requires additional memory (approx. 1GB + 100MB / CIOC)  May execute in DeltaV PC (ProPlus, App) or standalone host computer v11
  18. 18. Decommissioned Virtual CIOCs Virtual CIOC show up as Decommissioned Nodes in DeltaV Explorer v11
  19. 19. Assign and Commission Virtual CIOC Assign and commission just like real CIOC v11
  20. 20. Download and you’re ready to simulate! Virtual CIOC functions identical to real CIOC in simulate mode. v11
  21. 21. CHARMS IO Simulation Application v11
  22. 22. CHARMS IO Simulation Application  Select CIOC and Charm IO  Enter input Value and/or Status  Or enter Test Pattern v11
  23. 23. CHARMS IO Simulation with MiMiC  MiMiC simulated IO definitions are easily generated from the DeltaV Export File DeltaV Charm IO Card Simulated IO definition in MiMiC Explorer v11
  24. 24. Agenda  What Is Virtualization?  DeltaV Virtualization – Today – Development Systems – Training Systems – FAT systems using Virtual CHARMS IO  DeltaV Virtualization – Tomorrow – Industry Drivers – Architectural Concepts – Research Results  Demonstration
  25. 25. Industry Drivers  Extended System Life – Minimize upgrades due to HW / SW obsolescence “I don’t want to upgrade until I have to.”  Improved Support – Non-intrusive remote maintenance and troubleshooting – Reduce disruption of system upgrades  Cost effective workstation deployment – Reduced footprint and power consumption – Flexible training and development systems – Maximum utilization of computing resources – Lower installation / maintenance costs  Availability – Fast recovery from workstation failures
  26. 26. Industry Concerns  Reliance on additional software layer – Requires both operating system and virtualization layer – Requires additional software upgrades “I don’t want to be dependent on another SW vendor.”  Complexity – Virtualization requires additional IT expertise “It needs to be easy.”  Risk / Reliability – Multiple workstations rely on common server  Performance – VMs vs. distributed workstations  Support from Application Vendors “We want Emerson to provide standard support…”
  27. 27. Virtual Machine (onSSD ExpressCard) Tell us what you think for a chance to win a FREE –Virtual DeltaV Simulate Drop a Business Card to Enter a Free Drawing For a Free Virtual DeltaV Simulate Standalone* * With completed e-mail survey
  28. 28. Current DeltaV Architecture Fieldbus HART Operator Stations Remote Terminal Services ProPLUS Application Station Thin Clients Wireless
  29. 29. Future DeltaV Architecture ProPLUS App Station Thin Clients Clustered Physical Servers Virtualized Operator Stations Master Operator Station Linked Stations Virtual Desktops Virtualized ServersStreamed Desktops Client Specific Data Host Operating System Storage Area Network SAN CHARMs Foundation Fieldbus Wireless New DeltaV Field Architecture New DeltaV Control Room Architecture
  30. 30. VM Redundancy  VMs are automatically relocated to other available host computers when the host computer fails Host computer X Host computer Computer hardware Virtual Machine Player Operating System VM : XP and ProPlus VM : XP and Operate VM: XP and Professional Computer hardware Virtual Machine Player Operating System Shared Drive
  31. 31. Research with VMware ESX Clustered Servers Active Directory and Domain Controller DeltaV Workstations VMware vCenter and View Servers Template Workstations
  32. 32. vSphere Client 4.0 – Performance Data Workstation names and state information System Resource Usage Virtualization Environment Options
  33. 33. Performance Testing - Engineering  Objective – Compare system performance between standard and virtualized DeltaV workstations performing common engineering tasks  Test Configuration – 42,000 DST – 1 ProPlus, 1 Application Station, 1 Controller – 3 Systems Tested: 1 - Legacy 2 - Standard 3 - Virtualized DeltaV version v7.3 v10.3 v10.3 ProPlus Dell Server PE2600, Dual 933 MHz, 1 GB Dell Server R710, Quadx 2.4 GHz, 24GB RAM, Windows 2003 Dell Server R710, Quadx 2.4 GHz, 24GB RAM, Windows 2003 App Station PE 1400SC Dell R710, Windows 2003 Dell R710, Windows 2003 Virtualization Layer --- --- VMWare ESXi 3.5
  34. 34. Performance Results - Engineering  Tests Performed – Application Performance • Explorer call-up • Import configuration • Control Studio configuration – Controller Operations • Assign 4000 modules • Download controller – App Station Operations • Assign 4000 modules • Download App Station Virtualized system performed within 3% of standard system 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 Legacy Standard Virtualized Time Weighted Time
  35. 35. Performance Testing - Operations  Objective – Compare system performance between standard and virtualized DeltaV workstations for operator display call-up time  Test Configuration – 1 ProPlus, 4 Operator Stations – 2 Systems Tested: 1 - Standard 2 - Virtualized DeltaV version v10.3 v10.3 ProPlus Dell Server 610, Quadx 2.4 GHz, 4GB RAM, Windows 2003 Dell Server 610, Quadx 2.4 GHz, 4GB RAM, Windows 2003 Operator Station Dell R610, Windows XP Dell R610, Windows XP Virtualization Layer --- VMWare ESXi 3.5
  36. 36. Performance Results - Operations  Tests Performed – Four concurrent Op Stations – Data Display • 50-600 data values / display • 2-10 values / module – Animated graphic display • 300 data values / display – Text string display • 1200 dynamic strings Virtualized system average call-up time was 9.7% faster than standard system 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 Standard Virtualized Average Call-up Time (sec) Average Call-up Time (sec)
  37. 37. What’s next? Category Feature Description Embedded Controller Controller node runs as virtual machine in host server. Enables development and testing using on-line control configurations and IO assignments Client Side Thin Client Client runs as guest on top of virtual server. Clients connect through RDP (remote desktop) or PCoIP. Address handling of QUAD monitors. Virtualized Client Installation of client-side hypervisor. Guest client runs on top of client-side hypervisor. Still experimental – have not been able to validate this. Server Side Fault Tolerance Continue to test server-side high-availability, stability, and fault-tolerance. Security Continue to test server security; handling of biometric devices Data Storage SAN (storage area network) requirements Packaging & Support Ease-of-Use Packaging the client interfaces, diagnostics, and interfaces so that virtualization becomes largely transparent.
  38. 38. DeltaV Virtualization – Exhibit Demo Virtual Environment
  39. 39. Where To Get More Information  Emerson Exchange 2010 – Workshop: 168 - DeltaV Development Systems in a Virtualized Environment – Exhibit: DeltaV Virtualization Demonstration - Advanced Control Booth  DeltaV Literature – Product Data Sheet: DeltaV Virtual CHARMS IO Simulation – Books On Line v11: “Simulating Charms I/O”  On-line Reference – VMWare Technical Resource Center http://www.vmware.com/technical-resources/ – Microsoft Download Center (search Virtualization Whitepaper) http://www.microsoft.com/downloads – Citrix Knowledge Center (search Virtualization Whitepaper) http://support.citrix.com/
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