VMware vSphere 4.0: The best platform for business applications

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VMware vSphere 4.0: The best platform for business applications

  1. 1. vSphere 4 – The Best Platform For Business Critical Applications Grant Finer Partner Business Manager - VMware IBM Insight Forum 09 Make change work for you ®
  2. 2. Agenda Introduction Performance P f Consolidation Application Lifecycle Application Quality of Service ISV Support IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 2 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  3. 3. Use f i t li ti U of virtualisation i your company… in 1) What percentage of your Server infrastructure is virtualized today 0% – 5% 5% – 30% 30-% – 80% How many virtual machines are running in total on your virtualized x86 servers y 80% + in your organization? IBM Insight Forum 09 3 Make change work for you ®
  4. 4. Use of virtualisation in your company… CIO Top Objectives for 2009 2) What is the number one priority for you to further virtualise in the coming 12 months? Virtualise business critical applications Virtualise servers to further reduce IT costs Virtualise some or all of the desktop infrastructure We have no plans for further virtualization CIOs asked to choose 3 objectiv IBM Insight Forum 09 4 Make change work for you ®
  5. 5. Challenges of Virtualizing Business Critical Apps CI O IT / VI App Owners Admins • Why change? • Standardize on VMware • Can Virtual Machines handle • Virtualization first my performance • Consolidation and requirements? i ? infrastructure efficiency • What’s in it for me? • Reduce operational • My app is too important to run complexity on shared h d h d hardware Can You Afford NOT To Run Your Business Critical Apps on VMware? VM ? IBM Insight Forum 09 Make change work for you ®
  6. 6. Business-Critical Application Momentum % of customers running apps in production on VMware 56% 53% 50% 36% 41% 34% 24% 27% MS MS MS Oracle Oracle IBM IBM SAP Exchange SQL SharePoint Middleware DB WebSphere DB2 Source: VMware customer survey, September 2008, sample size 1038 Data: Within subset of VMware customers running a specific app, % that have at least one instance of that app in production in a VM In a recent Gartner poll, 73% of customers claimed to use x86 virtualization for mission critical applications in production Source: Gartner IOM Conference (June 2008) “Linux and Windows Server Virtualization Is Picking Up Steam” (ID Number: G00161702) IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 6 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  7. 7. Agenda Introduction Performance P f Consolidation Application Lifecycle Application Quality of Service ISV Support IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 8 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  8. 8. >95% of Applications Match or Exceed Native Performance on VMware Infrastructure ESX 2 ESX 3 ESX 3.5 ESX 4.0 100% Overhead • 30% - 60% • 20% - 30% • <10% - 20% • <2% - 10% ported d VM CPU • 1 vCPU • 2 vCPU • 4 vCPU • 8 vCPU Apps Supp VM Memory • 3.6 GB • 16 GB • 64 GB • 256 GB IO • <10,000 IOPS • 100,000 IOPS • >200,000 IOPS A • 380 MBits • 800 MBits • 9 GBits • 40 GBits ESX Version Source: VMware Capacity Planner analysis of > 700,000 servers in customer production environments IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 9 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  9. 9. Single VM Handles Most Demanding Applications ;) ) = Sun Fire 15k (ca. 2002) IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 10 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  10. 10. Scale Out with vSphere to Exceed Native Performance P f How many cores can your app scale to on a quad-socket x86? 2005 2010 64 res) 56 Quad-Socket calability (# cor 48 16-Core 40 y 32 Quad-Socket 24 Max sc Dual-Core 16 8 Average Exchange Web SQL ESX Average Exchange Web SQL ESX App Servers Server (scale out) App Servers Server (scale out) IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 11 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  11. 11. Support >95% Microsoft SQL Databases 95% 200,000 SQL IO Requirements vSphere Capacity 200 000 IOPS 200,000 uirements (IOPS) ( 1000 Dis IO Requ 700 400 100 sk 70 SQL IO Requirements 40 10 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% % SQL Databases Source: VMware Capacity Planner analysis of > 700,000 servers in customer production environments IBM Insight Forum 09 Make change work for you ®
  12. 12. Run SAP inside vSphere # SD SAP SD Benchmark Users 10% 1000 overhead 815 800 732 7% overhead 600 10% 480 overhead 445 400 300 270 200 Native VMware Native VMware Native VMware CI CI CI DB DB DB 1 vCPU 2 vCPU 4 vCPU 4 Gb 8 Gb 16 Gb IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 13 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  13. 13. SQL Server Consolidation Benchmark DVD Store 2 SQL scales very well on ESX in consolidation scenarios Efficient, guaranteed resource allocation to individual Virtual Machines Complete paper at http://www.vmware.com/pdf/SQL_Server_consolidation.pdf IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 Make change work for you 14 8/24/2009 ®
  14. 14. Double Capacity of Exchange 2007 Hosts 8,000 Mailboxes 16,000 Mailboxes 16 cores 16 cores IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 15 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  15. 15. Agenda Introduction Performance P f Consolidation Application Lifecycle Application Quality of Service ISV Support IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 16 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  16. 16. Consolidate Business Critical Apps to Increase Infrastructure Efficiency Typical SAP Deployment x86 servers by Develop type of t f Trainin ment Dev application Decisio g Web n Supp. Infrast. Email & QA / Productio IT Collaboratio infrastructure n Test T t n Business App Processin ocess Dev D / g R&D • > 50 servers 0 >50% • 7:1 non-production to business- production critical apps • 10:1 consolidation i common lid ti is IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 17 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  17. 17. 5X Consolidation of Exchange Servers Exchange Hub 2 Exchange on VMware Exchange Hub 1 c a ge ub Edge Hub Client Mailbox Edge Hub Client Hub 1 Edge Hub Client Mailbox Mailbox Mailbox Hub 2 Achieve 5X consolidation or better Consolidate Exchange Server roles Eliminate need for dedicated standby servers IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 18 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  18. 18. Conventional DB Consolidation is Difficult Multi-Instancing Shared Instance DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB SQL SQL SQL SQL SQL Shared SQL Shared OS Shared OS No OS isolation No OS isolation (configuration security (configuration, security, (configuration, security, (configuration security fault) fault) Resource isolation No Database isolation requires Wi d i Windows Resource i l i R isolation Resource Manager requires SQL Resource No load balancing across Governor physical nodes No load balancing across IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 19 8/24/2009 Make change work for physical nodes you ®
  19. 19. Agenda Introduction Performance P f Consolidation Application Lifecycle Application Quality of Service ISV Support IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 20 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  20. 20. IT Services Increasingly Difficult to Deliver Distributed Multitier Apps on Rigid Infrastructure App Tier - Java DB - SQL Web - IIS Service Delivery Challenges >70% budgets just to keep lights on App Tier - .NET DB - Oracle Time to provision Web - Apache new services i Capacity planning for each tier Service Levels DB - MySQL across app tiers Portal Perl, Ruby, … HA across app tiers pp IBM Insight Forum 09 Make change work for you ®
  21. 21. Customers Accelerate Application Lifecycle “We “W can give our end users a virtual machine i h lf an h i d i l hi in half hour, when i h it takes two to three weeks to spec out, order, and set up a physical one.” Bill Frost, Senior IS Engineer, Boise Inc. “With VMware, if I want to test a subset of our servers for upgrades or migrations, I can take them down, clone them, and I’ve got servers I can use for our test." Whitney Kuszmaulm, The Cleveland Indians Company IBM Insight Forum 09 Make change work for you ®
  22. 22. Expanding your application Provision vApps On-Demand Pre-Configured vApps SharePoint Database Standardize on Enterprise Ed. Web APP DB SQL 4 optimal app & OS OS OS OS OS 4 GB vCPU configurations Minimize configuration drift Accelerat Faster and errors e dev & service Support multi-tier S t lti ti test availability Apps Lab Production Provision On Demand Accelerate app development p Faster service availability IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 23 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  23. 23. Self-Service Developer Provisioning with Lab Manager Self Service Developer Days to provision Slow development Lab Manager IT Overhead Self-service S lf i provisioning in minutes May I have a Fast … Please? server development Eliminate IT overhead Infrastructure Admin IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 24 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  24. 24. Lab Manager Walkthough 25 IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 25 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  25. 25. Agenda Introduction Performance P f Consolidation Application Lifecycle Application Quality of Service ISV Support IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 26 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  26. 26. Monitor and Control Service Levels with AppSpeed End-user Policies (SLA) 99.9% 99 9% Uptime Infrastructur e 100 ms latency App .01% error rate Web W b DB Automatically map services to infrastructure App pp Monitor service levels and identify bottlenecks y Size infrastructure dynamically to meet SLA cost-effectively IBM Insight Forum 09 Make change work for you ®
  27. 27. vCenter AppSpeed Overview IBM Insight Forum 09 Make change work for you ®
  28. 28. AppSpeed Walkthough 29 IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 29 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  29. 29. VMware Fault Tolerance Single identical VMs running in lockstep on separate hosts Zero downtime, zero data APP APP APP loss failover for all virtual OS OS OS machines in case of VMware vSphere™ hardware failures Zero downtime, zero data loss No complex clustering or specialized hardware required Single common mechanism for all applications and OS-es IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 30 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  30. 30. Agenda Introduction Performance P f Consolidation Application Lifecycle Application Quality of Service ISV Support IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 31 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  31. 31. Expanding ISV Ecosystem McKesson IBM Insight Forum 09 Guidance as of November 11, 2008 32 8/24/2009 Make change work for you ®
  32. 32. Business Unit Designation or other information Thank you vSphere 4 – The Best Platform For Business Critical Applications Grant Finer Partner Business Manager - VMware IBM Insight Forum 09 Make change work for you ®

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