So you’ve done the easy stuff – how about the rest?

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In this session we will take you through the virtualization journey, help you to assess where your organisation lies
and suggest the next areas you should be addressing. It will cover the most recent VMware announcements and
strategies particularly in the areas that address the perceived barriers to comprehensive server virtualization
programs including tier 1 business applications, availability, security and management.

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  • The value here is built on the core competence of Vmware from the last 7 years- Server Consolidation and Virtual Infrastructure-Suspect everyone here has done this at some level - Comfortable with articulating why this works and why it makes sense
  • And we really do have a lot of customers that have experienced this so far. We have today more then 190000 customers that are using our enterprise products.So if you have not started your journey yet, now is the time.
  • Trying to avoid this stand-off, which I suspect everyone has seen in some formIf the App Owner is accountable, then he needs to be convinced of the benefit, because he has the strong hand and can always convince the CIO that the risks are too high.
  • The capabilities that deliver the confidence to takle Business Critical applications are central to the Vmware platform – vSphere 4.My application is insulated from individual hardware failures. Should an application failure happen, I can restart automatically. I can move workloads to avoid downtime to improve performance – all of which drive service quality to a level that is unattainable in the physical world.
  • So you’ve done the easy stuff – how about the rest?

    1. 1. Server Virtualization Lee Dilworth Principal Systems Engineer, VMware Confidential © 2009 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
    2. 2. Virtualization, its only about this yes? Traditional Architecture Virtual Architecture No. Let’s take a look at the virtualization journey…. 2 Confidential
    3. 3. Introducing the Virtualization Journey Virtualization Adoption – The Key Elements Ownership/ Business Value Sponsorship Adoption Value Business Triggers Confidence IT Capabilities from Virtualization 3
    4. 4. The Virtualization Journey Stages COST EFFICIENCY QUALITY OF SERVICE BUSINESS AGILITY Stage IT Production Business Production IT as a Service (ITaaS) Sponsorship CAPEX CAPEX OPEX CAPEX OPEX Availability Business Value OPEX Availability Responsiveness Responsiveness Compliance Time-to-market Key Capabilities Confidence Stages of Adoption and Maturity 4
    5. 5. Stage 1 – IT Production COST EFFICIENCY Stage IT Production Sponsorship  Within the IT Dept CAPEX Business Value OPEX  Server Consolidation for CAPEX savings Key Capabilities  More Efficient Resource Utilisation  Reactive Use virtualization platform in production to Confidence address a specific issue Stages of Adoption and Maturity 5
    6. 6. The Power of the Platform Early Generation Focus Multiple Apps per Machine Key Benefit = Consolidation 6
    7. 7. VMware – The Proven Industry Leader Company Overview • 190,000 Customers • 25,000+ Partners • ~8,200 employees worldwide • 51,000+ certified professionals • 1M+ community members • 5th largest infrastructure software company in the world Proven in the Trenches • 100% of Fortune Global 100 • 94% of Fortune Global 500 • 97% of Fortune 1000 7
    8. 8. Stage 2 – Business Production COST EFFICIENCY QUALITY OF SERVICE Stage IT Production Business Production Sponsorship  Application Owners CAPEX CAPEX Business Value OPEX  Enhanced SLA. Effective High OPEX Availability Availability and Disaster Recovery Responsiveness Key Capabilities  High availbility, ability to relocate, fast recovery, End user mobility  Selective More challenging applications, databases Confidence and Tier 1 apps Stages of Adoption and Maturity 8
    9. 9. Challenges of Virtualizing Business Critical Applications CIO: “Virtualize more!” App Owners: “No way!” “Our CIO told the team that we “The Exchange owner vetoed the need to virtualize as much as we virtualization project; he felt it was can as soon we can.” too risky.” VI Admin, VI Admin, VMware Customer VMware Customer 9
    10. 10. The Power of the Platform Early Generation Focus Platform Focus Multiple Apps per Machine Infrastructure Abstraction High Dynamic Availability Resource Scheduling SRM VMotion™ vNetwork Distributed SwitchStorage VMotion Key Benefit = Consolidation Key Benefit = Dynamic, Flexible Infrastructure 10
    11. 11. VM Cross Over 17,500,000 Physical machines Virtual machines 15,000,000 12,500,000 10,000,000 7,500,000 5,000,000 2,500,000 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 We are past a virtual tipping point! Source: IDC 11 Confidential
    12. 12. Who is Virtualizing Business Applications? % of Application Instances running on VMware in Customer Base 53% 43% 42% 38% 25% 25% 18% MS MS MS SQL Oracle Oracle XenApp SAP Exchange SharePoint Middleware DB Source: VMware customer survey, January 2010, sample size 1038 Data: Total number of instances of that workload deployed in your organization and the percentage of those instances that are virtualized In a recent Gartner poll, 93% respondents used x86 virtualization for applications in production Source: Gartner Data Center Poll “2009 Data Center Poll Results for Virtualization Initiatives” , 9 March 2010 12 Confidential
    13. 13. The Virtualization Journey – IT as a Service COST EFFICIENCY QUALITY OF SERVICE BUSINESS AGILITY Stage IT Production Business Production IT as a Service (ITaaS) Sponsorship  CIO - CFO CAPEX CAPEX OPEX Business Value CAPEX  Business Agility OPEX Availability Availability Responsiveness OPEX  Building Responsiveness the Private Compliance Cloud Time-to-market  Automation, integration into business Key Capabilities process. Proactive IT support, increase end- user mobility  Proactive Comfortable virtualizing most if not all Confidence business applications and databases Stages of Adoption and Maturity 13
    14. 14. Common Concerns in Growing Virtualized Environments How do I keep track of my How can IT respond more rapidly growing virtual estate? rapidly to the changing needs of the business? If I plan a change, how do I know what else is impacted? How do I ensure I have capacity to meet new demands and How can I guarantee that we can changing recover in the event of a demands? disaster? How can I do cost recovery for a How can I ensure consistent central infrastructure? security policies remain in place across the estate? 14
    15. 15. Existing Apps New Enterprise Apps SaaS Apps Existing Datacenters Public Infrastructure 15 Confidential
    16. 16. The Challenge: Stitch all this together into a coherent, secure, Existing Apps New Enterprise Apps SaaS Apps compliant whole Existing Datacenters Public Infrastructure 16 Confidential
    17. 17. Existing Apps New Enterprise Apps SaaS Apps Cloud Infrastructure and Management Existing Datacenters Public Infrastructure 17 Confidential
    18. 18. Cloud Application Platform Existing Apps New Enterprise Apps SaaS Apps Cloud Infrastructure and Management Existing Datacenters Public Infrastructure 18 Confidential
    19. 19. End User Computing Cloud Application Platform Existing Apps New Enterprise Apps SaaS Apps Cloud Infrastructure and Management Existing Datacenters Public Infrastructure 19 Confidential
    20. 20. End User Computing The New Cloud Application Platform Stack Cloud Infrastructure and Management 20 Confidential
    21. 21. End User Computing View Thin App Zimbra Cloud Application Platform Spring vFabric Hyperic Cloud Infrastructure and Management vCloud vSphere vCenter vShield Director 21 Confidential
    22. 22. End User Computing View Thin App Zimbra The New Stack Cloud Application Platform for IT as a Service Spring vFabric Hyperic Cloud Infrastructure and Management vCloud vSphere vCenter vShield Director 22 Confidential
    23. 23. VMware Enabled Independent Secure Private Cloud Public Clouds Public Clouds End User Computing End-User Computing End User Modular Unified User Computing Desktops Management Self-Managed SaaS Partners Other SaaS Providers Application Access Cloud Application Platform Cloud Cloud Application Platform Other Cloud Cloud-Scale Open Self-Managed PaaS Infrastructure Application Partners Partners Platform Application Portability Cloud Infrastructure and Management Cloud Infrastructure Efficiency Agility with Freedom of through Security and vCloud Cloud and Management Automation Control Choice Partners Infrastructure & Application Mobility Management VMware vSphere: Foundation for Cloud Computing 23 Confidential
    24. 24. The Virtualization Journey - Recap COST EFFICIENCY QUALITY OF SERVICE BUSINESS AGILITY Stage IT Production Business Production ITaaS Sponsorship IT IT / LOB CIO Cost Efficiency Quality of Service Business Agility CAPEX CAPEX OPEX Business Value CAPEX OPEX Availability OPEX Availability Responsiveness Responsiveness Compliance Time-to-market  Cost Savings  Speed  Streamlined Processes Key Capabilities  Credibility  Stability  IT-as-a-Service  Provisioning  SLAs  Quality of Life Proactive Confidence Selective Reactive 24
    25. 25. VMware Virtualization enables evolution to the Cloud Cloud Web PC / Client-Server Mainframe Cloud Computing will transform the delivery of IT services Come talk to us on the vmware stand to find out more! 25

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