Microsoft NZ Cloud OS Summit: Enabling the Private Cloud
 

Microsoft NZ Cloud OS Summit: Enabling the Private Cloud

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The session "Enabling the Private Cloud – building a private cloud with Hyper-V and System Center" was hosted by one of Intergen's VTSPs, Andrew Kosmadakis and Cisco NZ's Conrad Bullock. ...

The session "Enabling the Private Cloud – building a private cloud with Hyper-V and System Center" was hosted by one of Intergen's VTSPs, Andrew Kosmadakis and Cisco NZ's Conrad Bullock.

This was part of Microsoft New Zealand Cloud OS Summit in Auckland and Wellington, March 2014.

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    Microsoft NZ Cloud OS Summit: Enabling the Private Cloud Microsoft NZ Cloud OS Summit: Enabling the Private Cloud Presentation Transcript

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    • Private Cloud – Hardware • Hardware Infrastructure Layer • Virtual and Physical Servers • Multiple Hypervisors • Blade and Rack Form Factors • Integration with Existing Data Centre • Network, Storage, Management • Management Integration • Hybrid Cloud – Public Cloud Integration
    • UCS Manager Comprehensive Role-Based Management and Automation for Ease of Integration and Operation Unified Fabric Best-of-Breed Cisco Networking for Powerful Simple Operation With FEX Architecture, FCoE, Unified Ports Virtualised I/O Innovation for Scalable Flexibility With Industry Leading Performance and a Certified I/O Stack Compute Without Compromise Support for Both Blade and Rack-Mount Servers in a Single UCS Managed Domain What is Cisco UCS? STANDARD API’S XML API
    • Traditional Element Configuration Cisco UCS Manager • Subject matter experts consumed by manual configuration chores • Serial processes and multiple touches inhibit provisioning speed • Configuration drift and maintenance challenges • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • LAN SAN Network SME Server SME Storage SME Compute, LAN, SAN Seamlessly Through Software
    • UCS Service Profiles Configuration Portability SIM Card Identity for a Phone Service Profile Identity for a Server UCS Service Profile Network Policy Storage Policy Server Policy
    • UCS Management with System Center 2012 Ease IT management through a single interface Operations Manager Orchestrator Management Pack Integration Pack Unified Compute System Software Integration Infrastructure UCS Manager XML API Physical Virtual& Virtual Machine Manager UI Extension .NET Library
    • FlexPod Joint Cisco and NetApp Solution for Private Cloud • Platform that hosts infrastructure software and business applications in a virtualised and bare- metal environment. • Tested and validated by Cisco and NetApp against wide range of hypervisors, management platforms, applications • Benefits • Right-sized for scale • Efficiency via unified storage, management and networks • Secure Multi-tenancy FlexPod
    • Cisco Nexus 1000V Architecture Utilizes Hyper-V Extensible Switch Platform Nexus 1000V VSM Extensible vSwitch Nexus 1000V VEM VM VM VM VM VNICs Advanced NX-OS feature- set Innovative Services architecture (vPath) Consistent operational model SCVMM Integration PNICs
    • Cisco Nexus 1000V Architecture Utilizes Hyper-V Extensible Switch Platform Nexus 1000V VSM Extensible vSwitch Nexus 1000V VEM VM VM VM VM VNICs Advanced NX-OS feature- set Innovative Services architecture (vPath) Consistent operational model SCVMM Integration PNICs
    • Pooled Resources Self-service Elastic Usage-based Control Customisable
    • • Manages the Private Cloud • Library and Host Management • Beyond VM Deployment – Service and Lifecycle management • Administration
    • • Starting point for VMs • Specifies Hardware, Guest Profile, Disks • Specifies single machine • “Fire and Forget” • Windows and Linux support • Starting point for services • Defines multi-machine distributed application • Specifies multiple machines across multiple tiers • Windows and Linux support
    • • Operations Manager • Performance and Resource Optimization • Monitors health and performance of virtual machines • SCVMM provides the capability to use SCOM’s reporting functionality • Orchestrator • Create, modify, turn on/off and restart virtual machines and services • Move VMs • Checkpoint VMs • Scale out services • SCORCH is used by Windows Azure Pack and System Center Service Manager
    • start now. http://www.Microsoft.com/ PrivateCloud andrewko@intergen.co.nz @KozNZ cobulloc@cisco.com @ConradAtCisco