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The acute need to maximize the utilization of server is driving the deployment of server virtualization. Jayaswal will share best practices of effective deployment of virtualization tools, and will ...

The acute need to maximize the utilization of server is driving the deployment of server virtualization. Jayaswal will share best practices of effective deployment of virtualization tools, and will highlight the benefits derived from using such techniques and tools.

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    Kailash Jayaswal - Server Virtualization - Interop Mumbai 2009 Kailash Jayaswal - Server Virtualization - Interop Mumbai 2009 Presentation Transcript

    • Server Virtualization Presented by Kailash Jayaswal For: Interop, October 2009 1 © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd.
    • Agenda Growing IT Pains Server Virtualization Virtualization Benefits Implementation Practices Services from Choice Solutions Ltd. © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 2
    • Growing IT Pains © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 3
    • Growing Pains for SMB © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 4
    • Agenda Growing IT Pains Server Virtualization Virtualization Benefits Implementation Practices Services from Choice Solutions Ltd. © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 5
    • What is Virtualization Contd… Source: VMware © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 6
    • Virtualization Application Application Application Operating System Operating System Operating System Virtual Machine 1 Virtual Machine 2 Virtual Machine 3 Virtual Infrastructure Servers Network Servers Storage Storage Hardware Infrastructure © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 7
    • Multiple OS on a Single Physical Server Before Virtualization After Virtualization © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 8
    • Components of a Virtualized Environment © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. Contd… 9
    • Clients Application/DB Servers Virtual Desktops Resource Consolidated High-Availability Power management Scheduler Backup Virtualization Management Modules Virtual Machines Apps Apps Apps Apps Apps Apps Apps OS OS OS OS OS OS OS Virtual Network Virtual File Virtual CPUs Virtual Memory Ports systems Enterprise Servers Enterprise Network Enterprise Storage 10
    • Physical Servers, Hosts, Clusters and Resource Pools ERP Environment Inventory and maintenance Management VM VM VM VM VM Non- Business 4 GHz ERP Intelligence 16 GB RAM Servers Server 10 GHz 40 GB RAM Cluster 12 GHz 48 GB RAM Virtual Physical X 86 Server X 86 Server X 86 Server 4 GHz, 16 GB RAM 4 GHz, 16 GB RAM 4 GHz, 16 GB RAM 11
    • Agenda Growing IT Pains Server Virtualization Virtualization Benefits Implementation Practices Services from Choice Solutions Ltd. © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 12
    • Top 3 Justifications for Virtualization © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 13
    • Technical Justifications to Implement Virtualization 1 Server Consolidation 61% 2 Reduce DC Costs 31% 3 Power Mgmnt 8% © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 14
    • Migration of VMs between Physical Servers No downtime for server or storage maintenance No downtime if a physical server fails Move VMs when in need to power off physical servers Source: VMware © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 15
    • Migration of VMs between Storage Arrays… Storage independent migration of virtual machine disks Zero downtime to virtual machines LUN independent Supported for Fiber Channel SANs Minimizes planned or unplanned downtime due to storage outages Source: VMware © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 16
    • Real-time Resource Scheduling VM1 VM2 VM3 1. Improved Performance VM1 VM2 VM3 VM4 VM5 VM6 2. Meet user demands in Physical Host 1 Physical Host 1 real-time VM7 VM7 VM4 VM5 3. Allocate more or less resources as required to VM Physical Host 2 Physical Host 2 4. If a physical server fails, move all VMs to another VM8 VM9 VM8 VM9 VM6 server low-cost alternative to clustering Physical Host 3 Physical Host 3 © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 17
    • Power Management Computes the required load and Virtual Servers (7) available resources in the cluster If resources are not required, free-up and power-off physical servers Later, if the host is required to take Shared Resource Pool user load, it is powered on via NIC card using “wake-on-LAN” pings Minimizes power consumption while guaranteeing service levels Physical Servers (3) No disruption or downtime to virtual machines Source: VMware © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 18
    • Best Practices for BCP Implementation © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 19
    • Why Virtualization is Effective for Disaster Recovery Reliably recover a virtual machine to any Hardware- hardware Independence Enable water falling of equipment to recovery site All information about a system is stored as Encapsulation data on disk Entire systems can be protected with data protection tools Partitioning Reduced hardware requirements at and production and DR site Consolidation Can use higher consolidation ratios at DR site Resource Transparently share and allocate hardware Pooling resources Automatic resource optimization © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 20
    • Virtualization Makes for a Simple, Inexpensive BCP Option Traditional BCP solutions are complex & expensive Most solutions tied to HW, OS, or applications Mirrored Sites Virtualization reduces expense and increases simplicity Fault-Tolerant HW, OS, application independent Configurations NO need for expensive failover software Cost Failover Cluster Site-to-site failover Site- to- for VMs High-End Server Fault Tolerance for Entry-Level Server components Failover of VMs Move VMs Resource Encapsulation Dynamic Resource Scheduling Isolation Scheduling Uptime © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 21
    • High Cost Power and Cooling Spending Installed Base (US$B) (M Units) $300 50 45 $250 New Server Spending 40 Power and Cooling $200 Cost of IT Administrators 35 30 $150 25 20 $100 15 $50 10 5 $0 0 99 04 09 97 98 00 01 02 03 05 06 07 08 10 96 19 20 20 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 19 Source: IDC © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 22
    • Server Virtualization to help DC Efficiency Source: McKinsey © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 23
    • Energy-Saving Initiatives Source: Emerson User Group Survey, 2008 © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 24
    • Key Components of Virtual Desktops Clients (Thin clients, low-end desktops) Datacenter servers Desktop Manager provides all user desktops Manages connection from client to hosted desktop. Active Directory For User authentication Centralization Compatibility Virtualization Closely managed by Identical OS on each Resource Sharing Corporate IT desktop Performance Ease of upgrades High Uptime Security Real-time desktop Isolated desktops provisioning Backups
    • Example : Before and after virtualization Virtualization helps reduce servers, storage and network and improve utilization # Feature Before Virtualization After Virtualization Physical 1 1, 000 80 Servers 2 Storage Direct-attached storage Tiered SAN or NAS 3 Network 3,000 cables or ports 300 cables or ports 200 racks , 12 racks , 4 Facilities 10,000 SFT DC spaces 600 SFT DC spaces Use existing servers and storage - Use memory 5 Expansion In-progress to meet future needs over-commitment and load-balancing Operational Power, Cooling, IT Save 1,000 USD per year per SFT on operation 6 expenses administration are key expenses expenses
    • Breakthrough Benefits 60% Reduction 2–3x Gain in Admin in Cost per appl. Productivity $14,235 100–250 $5,694 30–75 Traditional With Virtualization Traditional With Virtualization Cost (Opex, Infrastructure) Workloads per Admin per Application Source: IDC and VMware © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 27
    • Agenda Growing IT Pains Server Virtualization Virtualization Benefits Deployments Services from Choice Solutions Ltd. © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 28
    • Virtualization Benefits .. Consolidation at a Customer Site FROM TO © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 29
    • Typical Virtual Datacenter Architecture Management Application/ Application Server DB servers users Server Server Server Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 VM VM VM VM VM Fabric FC Switch IP Network HYPERVISOR © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. Source: VMware 30
    • Proposed ERP Server Infrastructure for a Govt Organization In India Choice Solutions provided server and storage solutions for ERP and non-ERP applications using virtual machines on two physical servers. The ERP environment uses clustering or load-balancing for improved performance and availability © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 31
    • Best Practices for Implementing Virtualization © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 32
    • Implementation Phases Identify Issues CBA (Cost-Benefit Analysis) Proposed Savings, ROI Savings & user benefits End-to-End Performance data collection Availability Onsite Fine-tuning Days / weeks End Result Higher Utilization - RoY Security, Availability, Proposed re- Deploy virtualized Performance architecture and servers Reduced CapEx and OpEx benefits User Acceptance Preserve deployed Tests resources (Return Data Migration on Yesterday – Service go-live RoY) Documentation Backups Admin training Disaster Recovery © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 33
    • Agenda Growing IT Pains Server Virtualization Virtualization Benefits Implementation Practices Services from Choice Solutions Ltd. © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 34
    • Value Additions from Choice Solutions Ltd. © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 35
    • Choice Solutions Clients for Server Virtualization © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 36
    • OEM Support for Server Virtualization © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 37
    • Virtualization: Transforming Computing © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 38
    • Choice Solutions Contact IMAM M Manager, Network Technology Services imam@choice-solutions.com Phone: 91 40 2354 6100 www.choice-solutions.com Hyderabad (H.O.) Bengaluru Chennai Coimbatore Phone: 91 40 2354 6100 Phone: 91 80 4123 6368- 72 Phone: 91 44 2431 3171-74 Phone: 91 422 4384440 Fax: 91 40 2355 2889 Fax: 91 80 2344 2999 Fax: 91 44 4286 8247 Fax: 91 422 4384440 Gurgaon Kolkata Mumbai Nioda Phone: 91 124 4004731 - 35 Phone: 91 33 3251 5541 Phone: 91 22 2518 5910 Phone: 91 120 4727400 Fax: 91 124 4004731 Fax: 91 33 4008 0230 Fax: 91 22 2518 5915 Fax: 91 120 4727400 Pune Phone: 91 20 2567 9926 Fax: 91 20 2567 9927 © 2009-10 Choice Solutions Ltd. 39