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    • How can you benefit from desktop virtualization? Rolf Kleinwächter, Senior Director Infrastructure Products Portfolio Klaus Richter, Director IT Infrastructure and Support
    • „Workplace virtualization is the future of the corporate PC …“ Dr. Joseph Reger, 2007, CTO Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Market Trends Potential impact of market trends over time Market Trend PEST Type* Horizon Trend Impact Investment and services will rather be CIO budget Economical Ongoing moved into the data center than in the reduction original PC and Office infrastructure Offline work will Start Acceleration of Virtual Desktop be possible in vir- Technology of 2009 market penetration tual environments Personal IT desktops (e.g. laptop) Server based Social Ongoing are seen as an incentive, employees computing are going to avoid virtual workplace Virtualization will become market Commercial End Technology standard faster and market pene- Desktop PC of 2008 tration will increase * Political, economical, social, technological trends/drivers Source: internal 3 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Workplace virtualization becomes the hype topic in the IT market and acquisitions Gartner Hype Cycle Peak of Inflated Expectation Plateau of Productivity Slope of Enlightenment Trough of Disillusionment Technology Trigger Source: Gartner 4 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Client computing architectures – Our Focus Apps Apps Client Client Access SW OS OS Thin OS Client Client HW HW Thin Client HW Display HW Proprietary remote RDP, ICA RDP, ICA desktop protocol Apps Apps Apps Apps Client Client Client Client OS OS OS OS Sharable apps Blade Blade Server OS Hypervisor PC PC Server HW Server HW Blade chassis Dedicated OS and Dedicated virtual Dedicated physical physical local PC app sharing remote PC remote PC PC/workstation SBC VDI Blade PC Distributed Server-centric 5 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Fujitsu Siemens Computers IT architecture Enterprise Strategy Business Business Business Business Business Business Owner Owner Owner Owner Owner Owner CIO Task Business Applications & Support Close the Gap Workplaces and Mobility Solutions Security & IT Service Infrastructure Services and Support Business Desk Continuity Data and Voice Networks IT Infrastructure 6 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Fujitsu Siemens Computers Client computing strategy Just start working – wherever, whenever, whatever you want! 2008 now2virtual 2007 now2vista now2mobile 2006 now2thin 2005 now2xp 2004 now = new office workplace 7 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Client platforms within Fujitsu Siemens Computers 5% Thin and SBC 20% Distributed and SBC 75% 2008 Distributed 8 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Client platforms within Fujitsu Siemens Computers 15% 60% 25% 50% Virtual Distributed Virtual Distributed 5% Thin and SBC 5% 2010 2011 20% Thin and SBC Distributed and SBC 20% Distributed and SBC 9 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • EMEA business client market What is the market forecast? Units (Mio) 33 32 Server based computing 31 Blade PC 30 29 Server hosted PC (virtual PC) 28 27 Commercial Desktop PC (distributed PC) 26 2008 2009 2010 2011 Sources: calculation based on IDC PC forecast 05/08; VDI server hosted PCs estimation based on analysts’ assessment and internal evaluation 10 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Traditional rich client computing Users love desktop experience Personalized environment Protected from other users Use applications without adaptation Online, offline and mobile usage Multimedia and graphics But there are some challenges as well Provisioning, updates, patches Availability, disaster recovery Security, compliance Flexible access Resource utilization 11 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Traditional rich client computing Fujitsu Siemens Computers IT Challenges Provisioning, updates, patches Availability, disaster recovery Security, compliance Flexible access Resource utilization Data protection Data migration Client health and performance Application compatibility Identity lifecycle management 12 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Users love rich client experience … Network Mobility Multi-media, graphics Local peripherals Adaptation of apps Isolation Individualization 13 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • … but traditional rich client computing implicates various challenges for the IT organization App conflicts Flexible access Storage Disaster Energy Data loss Downtime € €€ Resource utilization Security Availability Manageability Network Complexity Mobility Flexibility Speed Multi-media, graphics Compliance Local peripherals Adaptation of apps Risk Cost Isolation Individualization 14 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Server-based computing helps avoid some challenges and leaves some others open quot;More than 90% of Fortune 1,000 companies have Thin client management deployed SBC, but they use it across less than 10% App conflicts of the installed desktops.quot; Flexible access Storage Energy Resource utilization Security Availability Manageability Network Apps Mobility Terminal Server Multi-media, graphics Local peripherals OS Adaptation of apps Isolation Individualization Source: Various studies 15 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure provides full desktop experience with server-based computing Thin client management App conflicts Flexible access Storage Energy Connection Broker Resource utilization Security Availability Manageability Network Apps Apps Apps Mobility OS OS OS Multi-media, graphics Local peripherals Hypervisor Adaptation of apps Isolation Individualization 16 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • There are still some questions open … Thin client management App conflicts Flexible access Storage Energy Resource utilization Security Availability Manageability Network Mobility Multi-media, graphics Local peripherals Adaptation of apps Isolation Individualization 17 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Good news: there are solutions at the horizon 1 Virtual Client Terminal 1 Thin client management 2 App conflicts Flexible access 2 Application virtualization/streaming 3 Storage OS streaming/virtual provisioning/ Energy 3 Resource utilization data de-duplication Security User profile virtualization/printer 4 Availability virtualization/NW accelerators Manageability 5 Offline VDI 4 Network 5 Mobility Terminal-/server-side 6 Multi-media, graphics 6 rendering 7 Local peripherals Connection broker/Virtual Adaptation of apps 7 Isolation client terminal Individualization 18 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Challenges for the customer in workplace virtualization projects Identify necessary technologies according to own business needs Increased complexity by various 3rd parties Evaluate technologies, find the right mix Integrate hardware, virtualization technologies, middleware and applications Operate and maintain overall solution Allocate skills and resources to cope with new technologies Consider project time and risk disclosure 19 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Our approach: Strategic virtual workplace offering Experience by evaluation and test of technologies in a POC (Proof of Concept) Disclose technical limitations Combine adequate technologies Access devices Result of our POC Applications End-to-end Services Pre-integrated solutions Desktop Management Optimized configuration templates Desktop operating systems Service templates Virtualization Management Experience increased by projects Virtualization Technology Sound basis for Profound consulting Server Hardware Optimized infrastructure design Storage Systems Smooth implementation Network Careless operation Solution stack Reduce complexity, time and risk End-to-end service portfolio offering 20 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • now2virtual PoC Infrastructure Overview Client Access Web- Anti-Virus/ WAN Existing Device Gateway interface Malware AD and Infra- network structure infrastructure Database License Adminis- Virtual Server 1 Virtual Server Pool Central Central Server tration Storage Storage OS Session Application OS Session Application Application Streaming Testing Streaming Broker Streaming Streaming Broker Streaming Streaming Packager Virtual Server 2 Virtual Server 3 Virtual Server 4 Virtual Server 5 Virtual Server 6 21 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • now2virtual PoC challenges Security How to manage certificates? How to secure access to encryption keys? Availability How to avoid single point of failures? What is the preferred HV solution? How to tackle load balancing? End Device Portfolio Desktops Notebooks Netbooks Smartphones Duration of Implementation/Evaluation Application Compatibility Software Management Profile Management 22 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Virtual Workplace – Our offering at one glance Evaluation Package for customer-specific POC Configuration and support IT investment decision support Consulting, design and implementation Proven VDI-ready infrastructure products for investment protection PRIMERGY Servers Storage systems (e.g. CentricStor FS, FibreCAT) Access devices (e.g. FUTRO) Various technologies integrated and quality assured Operation (Managed Service) or Workplace as a Service 23 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Services for any customer demand Workplace-as-a-Service As a Service Degree of standardization Managed Virtual (Shared) Infrastructure Workplace at our premises Managed services Fixed SLA quot;Pay as you usequot; Infrastructure hosted No investment in Virtual Workplace on or off customer’s infrastructure premises Minimize capital Integration services Cost transparency expenditure Define preferred stack quot;Price-per-seatquot; Leverage our Customer-specific POC Benefit from scale investment and effects expertise Determine financial impact Focus on core business Smooth implementation Increased productivity 24 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Why Fujitsu Siemens Computers? Complete Workplace Portfolio Offers more than virtual desktop infrastructure addresses all pain points related to IT workplaces End-to-end service portfolio Trusted advisor Determines the optimum solution stack for highest effectiveness and efficiency Profound experience in DC environment with products, solutions and services Partnerships Close and sustainable collaboration with successful technology partners 25 VISIT 2008 © Fujitsu Siemens Computers 2008 All rights reserved
    • Thank You!