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  • 1. VISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 0
  • 2. Virtualization & Automation – Room 13a Shaping Waiting for IT was Yesterday. tomorrow with you. How Orchestration Revolutionizes IT Provisioning Frank Reichart Senior Director Product Marketing – Enterprise Server & Software, Fujitsu Technology Solutions 14:00 hVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe
  • 3. Waiting for IT was Yesterday How Orchestration Revolutionizes IT Provisioning Frank Reichart Senior Director Product MarketingVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 2 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 4. From manual provisioning to orchestrationVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 4 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 5. The buffet: the culinary on-demand principle Imagine you are really hungry You want to eat something now g But you want to eat something which you y really like and no standardized fast food The ideal solution: the buffet - fast and flexible self provisioning.VISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 5 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 6. The IT Buffet: Dynamic Infrastructures The administrator defines how much server resources, which storage capacity and which network connections are needed and gets everything automatically The core component to build Dynamic Infrastructures is an orchestrator – p y ServerView Resource Orchestrator Dynamic Infrastructures y ServerView Resource Orchestrator Server Network Storage Resources Resources ResourcesVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 6 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 7. Why orchestration? The dark side: manual provisioning Whenever an application administrator or a developer needs IT resources … Endless coordination process with server, network, storage, OS administration Application administrators are involved too much in IT infrastructure provisioning Each manual installation is different causing high maintenance efforts g Experiences of proven configurations are not shared New complex architectures (multi-tier, SOA) (multi tier, are making provisioning increasingly difficultVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 7 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 8. Thats why! The bright side: orchestration Whenever an application administrator or a developer needs IT resources … 1 He types in his required configuration into ServerView Resource Orchestrator 2 After some minutes he gets the required resources automatically 3 He can install the application or the development environmentVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 8 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 9. ServerView Resource Orchestrator (ROR)VISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 9 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 10. ROR – Key Characteristics Creation of a pool of infrastructure resources Introduction of a logical platform (L-Platform) and logical server (L-Server) concept L-Platforms L Platforms and L-Servers are descriptions of configurations L Servers ROR automatically assembles resources out of the pool based on L-platform and L-Server descriptions Logical Logical Logical Logical Server Server Server Platform Global SW Resource Servers Storage g Network Images Pool Application administrators define the system they need and they get it automatically.VISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 10 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 11. First Step: creating the resource pool IT infrastructure administrators prepare resources for the pool They register them in ServerView Resource Orchestrator OS Image Pool App App App App App Operation Operation Operation Operation Operation System System System System System Virtual App App App App App Operation Operation Operation Operation Operation Server Pool System System System System System Global SW Physical Resource Servers Storage Net Images Server Pool Pool Network Net ork Pool Storage St PoolVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 11 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 12. ROR delivers a "buffet" of resources The ROR Buffet The culinary buffet OS Image Pool App App App App App Operation Operation Operation Operation Operation System System System System System Virtual App App App App App Operation Operation Operation Operation Operation Server Pool System System System System System Physical Server Pool Network Net ork Pool Storage St PoolVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 12 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 13. Logical resources – automated provisioning The application administrator/developer defines on a logical level what type of infrastructure he needs ROR automatically creates the defined infrastructure by assembling the resources out of the pool Infrastructure Design I f D i Logical server Web1 Logical server AP1 Logical server DB1 Load balancer L db l Logical L i l server W b2 Web2 Net N t1 Logical L i l server AP2 Net N t2 SAN 1 Logical server DB2 Logical server Web3 Logical server AP3 (Engineering concept) Logical Logical Logical Logical Server Server Server Platform Global SW Resource R Servers Storage Network Images PoolVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 13 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 14. You get what you order – fast! Infrastructure Design Logical server Web1 Logical server AP1 Logical ser er DB1 server Load balancer Logical server Web2 Net 1 Logical server AP2 Net 2 SAN 1 Logical server DB2 Logical server Web3 Logical server AP3 (Engineering concept) Logical Logical Logical Logical Server Server Server Platform Global SW Resource Servers Storage Network Images PoolVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 14 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 15. Examples Logical Server 1 Allocation Request: Windows 2003 on VMware OS Image Pool App App App App App Operation Operation Operation Operation Operation System System System System System Virtual App App App App App Operation Operation Operation Operation Operation Server Pool System System System System System Physical Server Pool Network Pool Storage Pool Allocation Request: physical server with RHEL4 Logical Server 2VISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 15 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 16. ROR: Resource Orchestration Dynamic creation and management of logical servers with resource poolsVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 16 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 17. ROR: Resource Orchestration Example: Operation to create an L-ServerVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 17 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 18. Templates for easy and consistent provisioning Templates for proven configurations to achieve consistent provisioning Driving internal standards and compliance rules to the users Simplifying Si lif i maintenance, e.g. system images, patches i t t i t h Application-specific templates allow application administrators to provide the required platforms by themselves Logical server creation × Select a template Select a OS image × Name: AP-Server1 Name CPU Memory Disk Template: Medium Small 1GHz * 1 2GB 32GB CPU 2GHz *1, Mem 4GB, Manual Disk 64GB Medium 2GHz * 1 4GB 64GB Large 2GHz * 2 8GB 128GB OS Image: Windows2008 Template X-Large 2GHz * 4 16GB 256GB Next Cancel OK CancelVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 18 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 19. No idea which combination harmonizes best? Stay on the safe side and choose from a menu Benefit from proven best-practices The ROR menu card The Sushi menu card Select a template Name CPU Memory Disk Server Recovery Small 1GHz * 1 2GB 32GB --- Medium 2GHz * 1 4GB 64GB HA Large 2GHz * 2 8GB 128GB HA X-Large 2GHz * 4 16GB 256GB HAVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 19 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 20. Higher productivity through automated provisioning Manual Procedure With ROR Initial Storage Initial Setup 90 min Storage Initial Setup 90 min Setup Storage Configuration 90 min Storage Configuration 35 min OS Installation 85 min OS Installation 85 min Network Configuration 35 min Network Configuration 60 min Pool & Template Creation 10 min Adding Storage Configuration 90 min Template Creation/Selection 10 min a Server OS Installation 90 min Time required for an initial setup of a system can be reduced by 20% Network Configuration 60 min Time required to add a server can be reduced by 94%VISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 20 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 21. Grouping of resources – defining access rights Challenges of resource management in large installations It becomes difficult to select a specific resource from a large number of resources Users t d t overprovision, th wasting resources U tend to i i thus ti In multiple administrator environment, responsibilities may become unclear Solution by ROR Grouping of resources on a logical or on a physical resource level Grant access rights to resource groups G i h Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Logical Logical Logical Logical Logical Logical Logical Logical Logical Server Server Server Server Server Server Server Server ServerVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 21 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 22. Role-based operations Application administration Logical infrastructure Separating application and Logical server Web1 Logical server AP1 Load balancer Logical server Web2 Net 1 Logical server AP2 Net 2 Logical L i l server DB1 SAN 1 infrastructure administration roles Logical server DB2 Logical server Web3 Logical server AP3 (Engineering concept) Application administration fully concentrates on application Logical Logical Logical management and definition t d d fi iti Logical Server Server Server Platform of required resources Infrastructure administration Global Administrators for servers, network and SW Resource Servers Storage Net Images storage fully concentrate on delivering Pool resources into the pool OS Image Pool Network (IP, SAN) Each expert can fully leverage his skills Virtual App Operation Sy s tem App Operation App Operation Sy s tem App Operation App Operation Sy s tem App Operation App Operation Sy s tem App Operation App Operation Sy s tem App Operation Storage instead of everybody does everything Server Pool Sy s tem Sy s tem Sy s tem Sy s tem Sy s tem Pool (and wrong) Physical Server Pool S P lVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 22 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 23. Fast repurposing of servers Assign the same physical server to multiple L-Servers Different L-Servers can be booted at different times ( (i.e. to enable daytime and nighttime operations) y g p ) L-Server A L-Server B L-Server A L-Server B WWPN1 IP1 WWPN2 IP2 WWPN1 IP1 WWPN2 IP2 Physical Server A Physical Server A OS1 OS2 OS1 OS2VISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 23 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 24. Cost effective high-availability – share the spare Virtual environment Physical environment App App App App OS OS OS OS App App VMware Hyper-V Hyper V OS OS Server Server Server Server Spare Server Many productive servers share a f M d ti h few spare servers Increased efficiency thanks to fewer non-productive spare systems All services can be protected against system failures, not only the business critical services Systems in central sites and branch offices can b monitored S t i t l it db h ffi be it dVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 24 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 25. ROR advantages ROR benefits Flexible adaption of IT resources according to changing business demands Fast d li F t delivery of system resources to applications accelerate roll-out processes dramatically f t t li ti l t ll t d ti ll Easy and fast addition or exchange of system resources to the infrastructure Increased utilization of invested hardware Do more with the same administration team Increased quality of service Easier maintenance and simplified management of upgrades Improved consistency and compliance of your system configuration through standardization and automation Increased agility through a fast adaptation of IT infrastructures on demand Building of an SLA-based IT operation with a high service orientationVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 25 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 26. ArchitectureVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 26 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 27. What is needed to build a DI – list of components 1 Hardware Server, Storage, Network Equipment 2 Software which virtualizes and manages the hardware d th h d Server virtualization software Software which manages physical and virtual servers Software which manages and virtualizes storage Software which virtualizes network connections of servers Software which virtualizes network connections of storage 3 Mgmt. Software which manages everything The manager of managers (Orchestrator)VISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 27 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 28. What is needed to build a DI: basic architecture Dynamic Infrastructures Dynamic Infrastructure Management (Orchestration) of servers, storage, network connections Manager of Managing virtual and physical Storage servers Capacity 200 200 200 VM VM VM VM GB GB GB 500 500 500 VM VM VM VM GB GB GB Virtualizing Virtualizing disks Servers to storage capacity g p y SAN Virtualizing Virtualizing Server LAN storage Network Network Connections Connections ( (Blade) servers ) Network Storage gVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 28 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 29. Fujitsus architecture for Dynamic Infrastructures with ROR Dynamic Orchestration: ServerView Resource Orchestrator (ROR) Resource Management ServerView Resource Coordinator Server Mgmt. Network Mgmt. Storage Mgmt. Physical servers, IP config, VLANs, LUNs VMs, VMs OS images LAN/SAN addresses virtual disks Abstraction & Server VM I/O Address Storage Virtualization VMware ESX Virtualization Virtualization MS Hyper-V RCVE ETERNUS SC Xen VIOM DataONTAP … I f t t Infrastructure Server Network Storage Components PRIMERGY Cisco ETERNUS PRIMEQUEST Brocade NetApp … 3rd party x86VISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 29 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 30. Comparison RCVE and RORServerView Resource Coordinator ServerView Resource OrchestratorVE manages server resources manages infrastructure resourceson a physical and virtual level on a logical level using definitions Utilizes underlying resources managers Utili d l i like RCVE for servers and others for storage and network Contains RCVE functionality ServerView Resource Coordinator VE ServerView Resource Orchestrator Tenant 1 Tenant 2 OS Logical Logical Server Logical Server Logical Server Logical Logical Server Logical Server Logical Server Platform Platform Image Pool App A App A App A App A App A Operation Operation Operation Operation Operation System System System System System Global Servers Storage Net SW Virtual App App App App App Resource Images Server Pool Operation Operation Operation Operation Operation System System System System System Pool OS Network Image Pool (IP, SAN) Physical App Operation Sy s tem App Operation Sy stem App Operation Sy s tem App Operation Sy s tem App Operation Sy s tem Storage Server Pool Virtual Server Pool App Operation Sy s tem App Operation Sy stem App Operation Sy s tem App Operation Sy s tem App Operation Sy s tem Pool Physical Server PoolVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 30 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 31. For more informationVisit ROR at the exhibition floor or book an expert talk! ServerView Resource Orchestrator as part of DI cells Data Center Management ServerView Resource Orchestrator Internet: http://ts.fujitsu.com/rorVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 31 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
  • 32. Build your IT Buffet with ROR! Bon AppétitVISIT 2010 – Fujitsu Forum Europe 32 Copyright 2010 FUJITSU
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