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Desktop Virtualisation has become one of the hottest topics in IT in 2009. VMware has been active in developing solutions that allow organisations to ...

Desktop Virtualisation has become one of the hottest topics in IT in 2009. VMware has been active in developing solutions that allow organisations to
recognise the benefits of providing their desktop users with virtual PC instances that are secure always-on and deployed within minutes. Find out why
many organisations are poised to adopt desktop virtualisation as the “next phase” of their IT development strategy. Richard Flanders is VMware’s head of
desktop product marketing for EMEA. His presentation will cover the key strategic considerations that lie behind desktop virtualisation projects and will
look in detail at the return on investment that any organisation can expect from this technology

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IP Expo 2009 - Enhancing the Virtual PC Experience - Wednesday 7th October - 13.50 - 14.20 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. VMware View – enhancing the virtual PC experience
    Richard Flanders
    Group Manager – Product Marketing
    VMware
  • 2. Why is the User-Experience so important?
    Agenda:
    VMware View Overview and Background
    PCoIP – Why a new protocol?
    Other elements of the View solution
    Questions?
  • 3. The IT Spending Market Landscape for 2009
    January 11, 2009
    Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research
    US Technology Strategy: Independent Insight
    IT Spending Survey: Mapping 2009
    This is the 44th issue in our it spending survey series. Our survey panel is made up of 100 managers with strategic decision-making authority at multinational fortune 1000 Companies.
    Developed market IT spend declines 8% in 2009 & emerging market growth of 3% = 5% decline overall globally.
    However, 72% of CIOs plan to fund initiatives focused on reducing operating expenses, including personnel costs.
  • 4. Challenges in the desktop space:
    Budget
    Compliance
    USERS
    OS
    DEVICES
    APPS
    Security
    SLA
  • 5. The Desktop Dilemma
    User Requirements
    User Requirements
    IT Requirements
    IT Requirements
    User Requirements
    IT Requirements
    User Requirements
    Personalized Desktops that follow them
    Flexible access anywhere using multiple devices
    Desktop Biz Continuity & Disaster Recovery
    Legacy, Win32, Web apps work well together
    Rich Application Interface
    Personalized Desktops that follow them
    Flexible access anywhere using multiple devices
    Desktop Biz Continuity & Disaster Recovery
    Legacy, Win32, Web apps work well together
    Rich Application Interface
    Manage disparate desktop images easily
    Manage explosion in multitude of devices
    Provide secure, continuous access to desktops, apps
    Manage Legacy, Win32 and Web apps
    Low management costs
    Personalized Desktops that follow them
    Flexible access anywhere using multiple devices
    Desktop Biz Continuity & Disaster Recovery
    Legacy, Win32, Web apps work well together
    Rich Application Interface
    Manage disparate desktop images easily
    Manage explosion in multitude of devices
    Provide secure, continuous access to desktops, apps
    Manage Legacy, Win32 and Web apps
    Low management costs
    Manage disparate desktop images easily
    Manage explosion in multitude of devices
    Provide secure, continuous access to desktops, apps
    Manage Legacy, Win32 and Web apps
    Low management costs
    Personalised Desktops that follow them
    Flexible access anywhere using multiple devices
    Desktop Biz Continuity & Disaster Recovery
    Legacy, Win32, Web apps work well together
    Rich Application Interface
  • 6. Virtualisation is the solution to this dilemma:
    Virtualisation enables Isolation, Encapsulation & Mobility!
    Run different operating systems side-by-side
    Run legacy Win32 apps next to web 2.0 applications
    Move OS, apps, desktop to different devices
    Separate user data and settings into a universally accessible VM
    Enterprise App
    Operating System
    VMware Virtualization
  • 7. VMware View 3: Integrated Solution
    Virtual Desktops
    Offline Desktop
    Unified Access
    VMware Infrastructure 3
    Clients
    View Manager
    View Composer
    ThinAppApplications
    Includes: VI3 Enterprise, View Manager, View Composer, ThinApp and Offline Desktop (Experimental)
  • 8. What does VMware View 3 include?
    VMware View Manager 3
    VMware View 3
    Offline Desktop
    (Experimental)
    Remote UserExperience
    Unified Access
    View
    Composer
    Virtual
    Printing
    Thin App
    EnhancedExperience
    Hassle Free Printing
    AnywhereMobility
    Application Virtualization
    Single Management Platform
    Storage Optimization
  • 9. Meeting the Challenges of the Desktop head-on:
    Management
    Lower Costs
    Flexibility
    Security
    Benefits
    Streamlined and Simplified Desktop Management
    Reduced Desktop Maintenance and Support Costs
    $
    Improved End User SLAs and Desktop Business Continuity
    Improved Security and Compliance
  • 10. Where do customers use VMware view?
    Desktop Replacement
    Replace traditional PCs with centralized virtual desktops for better control and efficient management. End users have flexibility.
    Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
    Provide continuous availability of desktops by making high availability and disaster recovery solutions more cost-effective, simpler, and more reliable.
    Desktops as a Secure Service
    Eliminate the need for moves, adds or changes. Allow third parties to access corporate applications in secure, controlled way.
    Focused Solutions
    Offshore development: giving developers control while keeping IP in data center. Platform migration: providing access to, e.g. from Vista to XP and vice versa. Application compatibility resolution. Mergers and acquisitions.
  • 11. Case Study: Huntsville Hospital
    Business Challenges
    Quickly and easily provision desktops to the users
    Lower Cost of PC Management
    Satisfy HIPAA requirements
    Access desktop anytime, anywhere using multiple devices
    Desktop Disaster Recovery
    Solution
    VMware View deployment ( Carts on wheels)
    SAN Storage, Blade Servers (60 desktops/blade)
    Why VMware View?
    Payback period: 7 months for all 1600 desktops
    Rapid provisioning: <15 mins to provision
    Desktop Business Continuity solution for doctors
    Flexible secure access to sensitive data
    “We’re in the process of opening a new emergency room at the hospital. Because of the critical nature of the computing environment, it has to be up and running extremely quickly. With VMware View, instead of having to buy 150 PCs and fully configure them, we’re going to roll out 150 thin clients, connect them to their pre-configured hosted virtual desktops, and be on our way.”
    Tony Wilburn,
    Network Specialist,
    Huntsville Hospital
  • 12. Case Study: NEC
    Business Challenges
    Reduce operational costs
    Increase security
    Desktop tasks were time-consuming
    Solution
    VMware View and NEC Virtual PC Center
    Why VMware View?
    3 Support staff for 12,000 desktops
    TCO cut by 46%, admin tasks reduced by 1/3
    Software deployment time reduced from 3 months to a few hours
    Zero data left on thin clients
    20,000 desktops to be deployed by end of '09
    “While it once took not only a substantial amount of effort but also two or three months to deploy new software, it is now possible for this to be accomplished in a matter of just a few hours.”
    Susumu ShimanoSr. Manager, MIS Division
  • 13. Why is the User-Experience so important?
    Agenda:
    VMware View Overview and Background
    PCoIP – Why a new protocol?
    Other elements of the View solution
    Questions?
  • 14. The VDI user-experience is crucial!
    Desktop virtualisation projects need to deliver these elements of the user-experience:
    Easy-to-use connection interface at first log-on – the user should simply have to enter username and password
    A user-experience that mirrors that of the full PC as closely as possible
    The ability to view video, flash applications and embedded html content without noticeable degradation of image or performance
    The ability to integrate other convergent devices, e.g. softphones, within the virtualised PC instance
    Some VDI projects fail to gain acceptance within customer environments because they do not deliver these elements of the user-experience.
  • 15. So how does VMware overcome the “user challenge”?
  • 16. Why is the User-Experience so important?
    Agenda:
    VMware View Overview and Background
    PCoIP – Why a new protocol?
    Other elements of the View solution
    Questions?
  • 17. VMware View Vision – why PCoIP?
    To provide a display protocol suitable for all users,
    from the Task Worker to the Designer
  • 18. From the Task Worker to the Designer:
    Professionals
    Researchers
    Mobile Workers
    Remote Workers
    Call Centers
    Administrative & Clerical
    Illustration
    Design Professionals
    Knowledge Worker
    Task Worker
    Power User / Designer
    Custom Programs
    Install Requirements
    Office Applications
    “Administrator Intended Applications”
  • 19. Progressive Build Example using PCoIP:
    Perceptually Lossless, Built over a few frames
    High quality picture Lossless text. 1 – 3 bits/pixel
    Initial Image, Low BW and latency, Grainy picture
    Lossless text. 0.2 – 0.5 bits/pixel
    Lossless
    Built as BW permits
    Lossless picture
    Lossless text
    5 – 15 bits/pixel
  • 20. So what does PCoIP offer View users?
    VMware PCoIP:
    Broadest coverage of use cases and deployment options:
    Uncompromised user experience
    Single protocol fit for the Task Worker to the Designer
    VMware-developed protocol through co-development with Teradici, which is a leading innovator in the VDI space
    Designed for the LAN and the WAN
    Flexible software and hardware deployment options
  • 21. When will the PCoIP protocol be available?
    The PCoIP protocol is currently in Beta stage and will be released as part of the next version of View.
  • 22. Why is the User-Experience so important?
    Agenda:
    VMware View Overview and Background
    PCoIP – Why a new protocol?
    Other elements of the View solution
    Questions?
  • 23. What other elements of VMware View contribute to the overall business case?
  • 24. Updated
    View Composer: Storage Optimization and Image Management
    Lowering Overall Storage Costs
    Up to 90% reduction
    Manage 1000s of desktops
    Streamline Desktop Management
    Very Quick Provisioning
    Simplified updating, patching and upgrading while retaining user settings
    Guarantees that updates are applied to every desktop
  • 25. ThinApp: Application Management through Virtualization
    Operating System
    Problem:
    Tightly coupled relationships between OS, Applications and Data.
    Symptoms:
    Application conflicts and issues with “badly behaving applications”
    Inability to deploy all required applications to specific desktop image
    Expensive application compatibility testing with large testing matrix
    Application
    Application
    App Files
    App Files
    Solution: VMware application virtualization to decouple applications and data from the OS
  • 26. ThinApp: Application Management through Virtualisation
    Features
    Decouples applications & data from OS
    Agent-less architecture
    Wide platform and application support
    Plugs into existing Application Management tools
    Benefits
    Reduces Storage Costs
    Minimizes desktop images to be managed
    Streamlines application patch updates
    Allows multiple versions of applications to be used
    Operating System
    Application
    Application
    App Files
    App Files
    Application
    Application
    sandbox
    sandbox
    VOS
    VOS
    Operating System
  • 27. Offline Desktop (Experimental): Anywhere Mobility!
    Enables end-users to check-out their hosted Virtual Machines to a local physical computer for a full user experience
    Enables administrators to extend security and encryption policies of the centralized virtual desktops to the end-user’s local computer
    Centralized Virtual Desktops
    View Manager
    VMware Infrastructure 3
  • 28. Offline Desktop (Experimental): Anywhere Mobility!
    When checked out – the virtual machine has a “heartbeat” back to the datacenter allow administrators to deactivate if necessary
    When the user checks-in, only the delta is checked in
    Centralized Virtual Desktops
    VMware Infrastructure 3
    View Manager
  • 29. View Manager: Virtual Printing
    Driver Free Printing: No Installation and Maintenance of printer drivers
    All printers automatically available
    Minimize network utilization with advanced print stream compression
    High quality printing even over WAN connections
    Virtual Desktops
    VMware Infrastructure 3
    View Client
    View Client
  • 30. View Manager: Unified Access
    Leverage View Manager’s secure connection brokering capability for other platforms accessible by RDP
    Terminal Servers
    Blade PCs
    Physical PCs
    Load Balancing of multiple Terminal Servers
    Monitoring and auditing within View Manager
    Blade PCs
    Physical
    PCs
    Terminal
    Servers
  • 31. Summary of VMware View:
    Summary of Benefits
    Streamlined Desktop and Application Management
    Reduced Desktop Maintenance and Support Costs
    Improved End User SLAs and Desktop Business Continuity
    Improved Security and Compliance
  • 32. Questions please?
  • 33. Thank You for your time.