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HP's approach to Desktop Virtualisation - from theory to reality how to determine the right solution for your organisation


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Hewlett-Packard's approach to desktop virtualization, from theory to reality. Join us for this session to learn from the experts in this field how to determine the right solution for your …

Hewlett-Packard's approach to desktop virtualization, from theory to reality. Join us for this session to learn from the experts in this field how to determine the right solution for your organisation.

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  • 1. ©2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice HP'S APPROACH TO DESKTOP VIRTUALISATION From theory to reality - how to determine the right solution for your organisation Jerry Walsh
  • 2. Extending the Value of Converged Infrastructure HP VirtualSystem HP CloudSystem HP AppSystems HP Converged Systems Networking Security Automation and orchestration Storage Servers 2
  • 3. CUSTOMERS NEED TO REVIEW THEIR DESKTOP ENVIRONMENT End of life for Windows XP: 4/2014 The Burden of Managing Distributed Desktops An Increasingly Global & Mobile Workforce Over a third of the world‟s workforce will be mobile by 2013 1 IT client side support is 80% of the annual $1298 client cost per user 2 1 in 10 laptops are stolen, average cost per stolen laptop is $50,000 3 Average annual cost per enterprise of stolen laptops $6.4 million 3 3 Intel, Ponemon Institute, The Billion Dollar Lost Laptop Study, 2010 The Impact of Security and Compliance Breaches Migration planning should begin NOW 1 IDC Mobile Worker Population, 2010 2 IDC, Understanding the Business Value of Centralized Virtual Desktops, 2009 70/30 Paradigm shift 3
  • 4. Manageability Flexibility Availability Security & Compliance 44% increase in IT support productivity CLIENT VIRTUALISATION DELIVERS Device Centric to Usage centric Anywhere, Anytime, Any Device Data never leaves the datacenter! Solves regulatory & compliance issues Environmental Up to 99% reduction in data backup time Built-in disaster recovery capability Up to 66% reduction in power usage Sources: HP customer data Forrester 1/2010: 2,000 IT decision-makers at North American and European enterprises and SMBs
  • 5. The Adaptive Client Traditional “Fat Client” • Personal to a single user type • Patch everything • Components „locked‟ together Virtualised Client • Any hardware • Patch once • Easily change OS • Flexible application pool Dynamic provisioning Any hardware type Patch once. Change easily Consistent experience 5
  • 6. HP CLIENT VIRTUALISATION SOLUTIONS Dedicated Remote Workstations Graphics Accelerated VDI VDI Session Virtualisation Hosted Desktop Application Virtualisation Provisioning / Management Task Oriented Productivity / Knowledge Desktop Power User Performance User Traditional PC Workstation High-endPC HP Client Automation – Image Management HP Insight Control Management Tools HP Client Infrastructure Services UserVirtualisation 6
  • 7. HP REFERENCE ARCHITECTURES • Easy to size, based on user requirements • Deliver predictable, scalable performance • Lowers implementation risk, simplifies and accelerates deployment • Completely self-contained – no switches needed, no external storage traffic • Enhanced security • Unified management • Managed and supported by a single vendor • VMware View, Citrix XenDesktop with MS Hyper-V & XenServer 7 Application Virtualisation User Virtualisation HP Consulting, Integration and Factory Express Services Device management Compute resource User devices Client Automation E-prints Universal Print Drivers
  • 8. OPTIMISED FOR ALL SIZES… Users 0 - 250 150 - 500 500+ Micro-branch Branch Department Enterprise 1,000+ Powered by P4800 SAN Utilises P4500 SANLeverage HP specific value in VSA 8
  • 9. ENTERPRISE REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE Under the covers • The World‟s #1 blade server with HP Blade Technology • Price optimised for proper VDI deployments • Stateless VMs • Virtualised user data • Unique integrated systems management with HP Insight Control • SSD with VSA is in use • The industry‟s first bladed SAN storage with the HP Storage P4000 series 9
  • 10. • SAN, DAS and accelerated storage layers • Architecture can easily be mixed and matched • Each layer is cost optimised CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE Storage choice SAN DAS Accelerated Storage VSA
  • 11. HP IO accelerator for BladeSystem c-class • Fast, Green, persistent storage – Flash (NAND) based, but more than an SSD • PCIe x4 Type 1 Mezzanine card for the HP BladeSystem c-Class and PCIe card for HP ProLiant servers • Enterprise capacities : 320GB and 640GB • Low power and cooling requirements • High Bandwidth – up to 750MB(read)/550MB(write) – No write performance drop – No read/write mix performance drop • High IOPS (up to 100,000 IOPs) • Very low latency (~50uS) – 3 orders of magnitude “closer” to CPU than disk • Scale – scales linearly with RAIDed IO Accelerators 11
  • 12. • Recommended for 1GB – 1.5GB VMs • 2P Xeon 5600 Series Westmere / Tylersburg 36-D • 192GB (96GB w/ 8GB DIMMs) • Two integrated 10GB FlexFabric LOMs • 8 physical adjustable bandwidth NICs REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE TESTED BLADES Server Scalability Most scalable 2P blade server BL620c G7 World’s best selling blade BL460c G7 • Recommended for 1.5GB – 2.0GB VMs • 2P Xeon 5600 Series Westmere / Tylersburg 36-D • 288GB (144GB w/ 8GB DIMMs) • Two integrated 10GB FlexFabric LOMs • 8 physical adjustable bandwidth NICs • Recommended for 2.5GB and above VMs • 2P Xeon E7-2800 and E7-4800 • 512GB (256GB w/ 8GB DIMMs) • Four integrated 10GB FlexFabric LOMs • 16 physical adjustable bandwidth NICs Large memory & high density BL490c G7 TW (1GB) PW (1.5 GB) KW (2GB) 88 - 96 62 - 64 48 TW (1GB) PW (1.5 GB) KW (2GB) 96 – 104 68 - 72 64 - 68 TW (1GB) PW (1.5 GB) KW (2GB) 116 - 124 75 – 79 71 - 75 12
  • 13. HW GRAPHICS ACCELERATED VIRTUALISATION Traditional Dedicated Remote Workstation Graphics accelerated VDI host 13
  • 14. LAN or WANCapture, compress & encrypt video Thin Client Provides workstation dual / quad monitor performance Complex 3D & 2D, Client OS applications run with NVIDIA Quadro graphics acceleration Server HP BL460c Blade Server Access broker Capture keyboard, mouse & USB Network HP Virtual Connect Flex10 3D Workstation HP ws460c Blade Workstation Management HP Insight Software Complete control and availability, deep partner integration, built in support automation. 3D Protocols • HP RGS • Citrix HDX 3D • VMware PCoIP (investigation) • MS RemoteFX HP WORKSTATION BLADE WS460c Extending to 3D and Multi-display
  • 15. GRAPHICS VIRTUALISATION • GPU (on host side) used as a computational resource • A single GPU can be used to create a rich, local-like desktop experience for multiple remote users • All graphics are rendered on the host into a single frame buffer per user • Changes to the buffer sent to the client at highly compressed and at a dynamically adaptable frame rate • Requires Hypervisor to support this capability GPU Virtualisation Virtualised GPU used to Capture, Compress & Encrypt Video Rich Graphics Experience 15
  • 17. IT PRIORITIES OVER THE NEXT 18 MONTHS Source: ESG Research Report, 2011 IT Spending Intentions Survey, January 2011. • Technology is maturing, market is strengthening and moving • Analysts estimate that between 20 to 35 million desktops will be virtualised by 2013, spanning all industries and with significant traction in healthcare, government, financial services, and education • HP has the broadest portfolio end to end 17
  • 18. CUSTOMERS Qualifying / Discovery questions • Are you struggling to keep up with ever-changing user expectations and application updates ? • Is it challenging and expensive to support desktop users in remote offices ? • Do you have transactional or remote workers requiring secure access to the corporate network ? • Are you seeking ways to extend the life of current client devices/desktops ? • Do you need high availability and disaster recovery solutions for your desktop environment ? • Do you have plans to migrate to Microsoft Windows 7? Do you have other desktop refresh projects planned ? …. FSI HCS Education Public Manufacturing Call Center
  • 19. KEY RESOURCES • HP Client Virtualisation • Solution Center Grenoble • Enterprise Solution Centre in Boeblingen 19
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