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  • 1. DELL Virtualization Ecosystem
  • 2. Virtualization Evolution Consolidation to Cloud 2003 2006 2009+ ScopeofVirtualizedEnvironment 2 Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3
  • 3. Positions… The Innovators Dilemma* Battle for Domination Accelerated Growth Mass AdoptionOnly Game in Town Leaders Challenged 2003 2006 2009+ vServices vDCOS 3 * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disruptive_technology Potential Disruption
  • 4. Analyst Predictions Server Virtualization Use Increasing •The installed base of VMs will grow more than tenfold between 2007 and 2011. •By 2012, the majority of x86 server workloads will be running in a virtual machine. •7% servers shipped / virtualization in 2007 - 61% in 2013 By 2011, Microsoft's Hyper-V will be the virtual machine used for at least 20% of the installed server virtual machines (especially in midsize organizations). 2008 2011 VMware 90% 74% Microsoft 8% 23% Citrix XenServer 1% 2-25% Other 1% 1% Hypervisor Forecast Gartner - Server Virtualization for X86: Trends, Best Practices, and Futures – Gartner DC Conference Dec 2008 4
  • 5. Functional Perspective
  • 6. VirtualizationsupportingtheCloud BasicVirtualization Consolidation Standardization AutomationManagement Workloads/Uses Virtualization Ecosystem Cloud Computing (The Goal) Extending / Leveraging Virtualization with our partners; Automation, Scalability, Reporting, Life Cycle Mgmt.  Reduce server count  Foot print reduction  Reduce power consumption  Reduce supporting infrastructure  Standardized OS builds for VMs  Reduced complexity for DR  Match “hardware” to workloads  Faster time to market  Automated recovery  Automatic load management  Granular workload management  Usage reporting  Chargeback  Backups DesktopsUnderutilized Servers Heavy Server Workloads Hypervisor - Platform Server Hardware Shared Storage Microsoft Hyper-V R2 Windows Server 2008R2 VMware vSphere (data center) View (Desktop) Virtual Center (Management) Citrix Xen Server (server) Xen Desktop (Desktop) Citrix Essentials  vSphere  Xen Server  Hyper-V R2  Vizioncore  Veeam  >>>>  vCenter  Citrix Essentials  MS SCOM 6
  • 7. MS Hyper-V What’s New in Hyper-V R2 (WS2008R2) ? 7
  • 8. Hyper-V R2 What’s new? • Live Migration and Clustered Share Volumes • Different CPU versions within the same family is OK • Many performance enhancements such as; • SLAT, TOE, VMQ, and Jumbo Frame support • Reduction in overhead resource requirements • More addressable cores (64) • Performance delta between VHD and Pass-through disk is negligible • Hot plug and remove of disks within the VM • OS platform enhancements such as; • Core Parking (automatic sleep state for cores) • “VDI” capability delivered through the integration with Remote Desktop Services (RDS) • Cluster Best Practices analyzer • Dynamic I/O redirection for clusters • New “Free” Version of Hyper-V Server (Server Core) now supports Live Migration and several of the enhancements above 8
  • 9. SCVMM R2 What’s new? VMM 2008 Features  Hypervisor Management - Hyper-V, VMware  Cluster Integration  Host Configuration  Intelligent Placement  Library Management  Deployment and Storage  Virtual Machine Creation/Provisioning  Monitoring and Reporting  Conversions: P2V and V2V  Automation with PowerShell  Delegation and Self Service  Performance and Resource Optimization New in VMM R2  Management of Windows Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft Hyper-V R2  Multiple Virtual Machines Per LUN  Live Migration  Cluster Shared Volumes  Storage Migration  Maintenance Mode  SAN Related Enhancements  Network Optimizations  Hot Add of Storage  Rapid Provisioning 9
  • 10. VMware vSphere 10
  • 11. Simplified Management What’s new? vCenter Server 4.0 Host Profiles vCenter Server Linked Mode vApps Centralized Licensing Performance Chart Enhancements Events and Alarms Enhancements Enhanced ESX Error Reporting Virtual Machine Performance Counters Integration into Perfmon Granular Permissions for Network and Datastores Storage Awareness Enhancements Centralized Datastore Management vSphere Command-Line Interface vSphere Management Assistant vSphere Host Update Utility Resource Usage Statistics Guided Consolidation Enhancements Service Management of vCenter Components and Plug-ins Automation and Orchestration with vCenter Orchestrator New in Simplified Management 11
  • 12. Infrastructure Services What’s new? 1TB Host Memory 64 Logical CPUs and 320 Virtual Machines (with a total of up to 512 Virtual CPUs) Per Host 64-bit VMkernel 64-bit Service Console Power Management DPM Full Support with IPMI and iLO Remote Power On Virtual Disk Thin Provisioning VMware Paravirtualized SCSI (PVSCSI) vStorage VMFS Volume Grow Pluggable Storage Architecture Hot Extend for Virtual Disks Storage Stack Performance and Scalability Software iSCSI and NFS Support with Jumbo Frames Fibre Channel over Ethernet Managing VMFS Volumes with Array- based LUN Snapshots iSCSI Support Improvements Increased NFS Datastore Support vNetwork Distributed Switch VMXNET Generation 3 IPv6 New in Infrastructure Services 12
  • 13. Compatibility and Third-Party Extensibility What’s new? Additional Guest Operating System Support Guest Operating System Customization Improvements 3rd Party Distributed Switch Support vStorage APIs for Multipathing Native SATA Additional vCenter Server and vSphere Client Platforms Virtual Machine Communication Interface (VMCI) Virtual Machine Communication Interface Sockets API CIM SMASH/Server Management API CIM Storage Management API New in Compatibility and Third-Party Extensibilty 13
  • 14. Citrix XenServer 14
  • 15. Citrix XenServer • Citrix Lab Management / Stage Manager • High Availability • Dynamic Provisioning Services • Storage Link Technology • Dynamic Workload Balancing • Orchestration with Citrix Workflow Studio • 64Bit BareMetal Embedded HyperVisor • Windows and Linux Guests • Unlimited servers and VMs • P2V and V2V Conversion (XenConvert) • SAN (iSCSI/FC) and NAS support • Live Migration with XenMotion • XenCenter Multi-Server Management • Virtual Infrastructure Patch Management • Shared VM templates • Intelligent initial VM Placement • CPU Resource Controls • Hot Swappable Disks and NICs • XenApp Optimized • Packaged with XenDesktop http://www.citrix.com/English/ps2/products/feature.asp?contentID=1686939 Citrix Essentials for XenServer and Hyper-V XenCenter Virtual Machine Storage Mapping SCVMM Citrix Essentials for XenServer and Hyper-V Hyper-VXenServer Virtual Machine Virtual Machine http://citrix.com/English/ps2/products/product.asp?contentID=683148 Xen/HyperV Interoperability/Management 15 http://dcsblog.burtongroup.com/data_center_strategies/2009/07/citrix-meets-100-of-burton- groups-virtualization-hypervisor-requirements-for-production-workloads.html
  • 16. Tools to Use.... Business Ready Configurations: Data Center Development Configurator WWW.DELL.COM/ ON-LINE CONFIGURATOR – Pre-configured solutions orderable on-line – Minor modifications: Memory, CPU, disk drives – Technical sales for advanced customization CASE STUDY CHARACTERIZATION ENGINEERING DOCUMENTATION – Architecture & Deployment Guide – Networking Best Practices – Case Study Characterization 16
  • 17. BUSINESS READY CONFIGURATIONS - DETAILS LARGE ENTERPRISE PowerEdge Blade Chassis M1000e PowerEdge M610 Dell EqualLogic PS 6000 Cisco Switch VMware: VI3 or vSphere 4 Dell Management Console PlateSpin Migrate – V2P (no charge) and P2V ProSupport for IT SMALL / REMOTE OFFICE PowerEdge R710 PowerVault MD3000i PowerConnect Switch Microsoft Windows Server 2008 w/ Hyper-V US $200,000 – $400,000 US $10,000 – $60,000 Entry  Medium  Large Consolidate  High Availability  HA + Backup
  • 18. 18 POWEREDGE SERVER PORTFOLIO COVERING ENTERPRISE IT NEEDS FROM BASIC TO SPECIALIZED COMPUTING COMPUTE NODE MORE SPECIALIZATION VIRTUALIZATION R900 R905 R510 & R805 PE R410 4-SOCKET PE T310/410PE SC1430 PE SC440, T105, T100 R300, R200 MORE BASIC M-Series M1000e, M600, M605, M610 M710, M805, M905 ULTRA DENSITY PE 2950, PE 2950 ES R710 PE 2900, T610, T710 PE 1950, PE 1950 ES, R610 MORE DENSITY MORE EXPANDABILITY PE 2970, PE 2970 ES PE T605 MORE BASIC EXPANDABILITY|DENSITY APPLICATION COMPLEXITY
  • 19. 19 Network Attached Direct Attached Data Protection Networking iSCSI, Fibre Channel SANs and NAS Simple external Server expansion Disk and tape backup Switches and HBAs DELL STORAGE PORTFOLIO SCALABLE, FLEXIBLE, FUTURE-READY STORAGE PLATFORMS Innovative Designs Strategic Relationships Virtualization Optimized Efficient Performance High Value Services Ease of ManageabilityModular Scalability Investment Protection
  • 20. 20 EQUALLOGIC PS SERIES SIMPLIFY YOUR STORAGE PS6000 Series PS4000 Series Powerful. Virtual. Enterprise. For Large Organizations & Data Center Deployments Simple. Capable. Affordable. For remote/branch offices
  • 21. 21 DELL PROSUPPORT CONFIGURE YOUR OWN SUPPORT THAT IS NOT ONE-SIZE-FITS ALL Set Your Environment Dial Your Own Service Level & IT Professional Helpdesk End-User Support or • Technical training & certification • Fast-Track Dispatch • How-to Application & Configuration Assistance • Direct access to Dell experts • 7x24x365 phone support • Collaborative hardware and software support • Global Command Center management and monitoring Speed Of Response • Mission Critical • Same Day • Next Business Day Protection • Asset Protection • Data Protection Proactive Support • Proactive Maintenance • Remote Advisory Service • Enterprise-Wide Contract featuring a Service Delivery Manager 21 Availability and terms of Dell Services vary by region. For more information, visit www.dell.com/servicedescriptions.
  • 22. 22 THANK YOU Serban Zirnovan Enterprise Business Manager South Adriatics, Bulgaria & Romania Dell Emerging Markets, Commercial, EMEA Email: Serban_Zirnovan@Dell.com

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