Novell ®  Open Enterprise Server Roadmap and Futures Sophia Germanides Senior Product Marketing Manager Collaboration Solu...
Table of Contents Market and Customer Perspectives Current State – OES2 SP2 Whats Coming in OES2 SP3 NetWare ®  Extended S...
Market Trends Traditional data centers morphing into private clouds How to best leverage SaaS and public clouds  Virtualiz...
Customer Demands <ul><li>I need you to help me.... </li><ul><li>Better manage my complex, mixed environment
Keep infrastructure costs down
Maximize existing investments
Help end users be more productive
Be sure my infrastructure supports business priorities
Be secure and meet compliance requirements
Leverage today's newest hardware </li></ul></ul>
Opportunities and Challenges Server Consolidation Virtualization <ul><li>New hardware performance standards
64-bit enhanced software performance </li></ul><ul><li>Choice of virtualization partners
Intelligent Workload Management </li></ul>Choice  and Flexibility <ul><li>Avoid single-vendor lock-in </li></ul><ul><ul><l...
Workgroup
Infrastructure
Leverage the best in Open Source </li></ul></ul>What about  the Cloud? <ul><li>Public? Private? Mix? - What makes sense fo...
Achieve realistic operational and capital efficiencies </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Real estate
Power
Cooling
Data storage </li></ul></ul>
Providing a Better Way Instead of ... Consider this ... Investing only in proprietary platforms Open Enterprise Server and...
Moving to Open Enterprise Server <ul><li>Don't rip-and-replace ... interoperate!
Control costs of growing infrastructure with powerful consolidation options
Utilize existing administration skills and processes
Enjoy vast selection of commodity hardware
More than 4,000 supported applications  </li></ul>Save your money for strategic projects Upgrade to the infrastructure tha...
The Evolution of Networking Services “ The Services” + Viable platform “ The Services” + Directory NetWare ® OES 1 OES 2 <...
Best file and print
OS components </li></ul><ul><li>NetWare  Migration  path
Coexistence
Dual NetWare and Linux  </li></ul><ul><li>Virtualized NetWare
Windows coexistence
x86 64-bit support </li></ul>Ponderosa <ul><li>Decoupled services
Hybrid Cloud Data Management
Multi-server management
Advanced Network Services on SLES </li></ul>Workgroup Services Advanced Networking Services Specialized Kernel  ->  Genera...
Open Enterprise Server 2 SP2
Novell ®  Open Enterprise Server  Delivering Value to End Users and IT End-user Services File and Print Client Infrastruct...
Open Enterprise Server 2 Trusted and Innovative Services Workloads with deployment flexibility Networking and Management N...
File Services Superior Access for End Users <ul><li>Novell Storage Services ™  (NSS) – what's new in SP2 </li><ul><li>Perf...
Auditing
Cross protocol file locking </li></ul><li>Ext3, Reiser, XFS </li><ul><li>Can use rich file system rights by adding NCP ™  ...
CIFS: Samba, Novell ®  CIFS
AFP: Native Apple 10.4, 10.5 and 10.6 workstation authentication
NFS
Distributed File System w/ junction support </li></ul><ul><li>Client Support </li><ul><li>Apple 10.5 and 10.6
Windows XP, Vista and 7
SUSE ®  Linux Enterprise Desktop </li></ul><li>Microsoft AD Support </li><ul><li>eDirectory ™  or AD Authentication Domain...
SaaS product delivery </li></ul></ul>File Systems File Access Protocol iFolder End-User Services   File
File Services Novell ®  CIFS Delivers on Customer Requirements <ul><li>No LUM User enablement  required
Scalability over Samba – supported up to 1500 users
Efficiency and performance -  small memory footprint </li></ul><ul><li>Leverage with DSFW
Cross Protocol File locking: AFP, CIFS, NCP
NTLM v1
DFS Support
NCS support  </li></ul>Novell CIFS Conceptual Overview Novell CIFS – Advantages and Benefits End-User Services
File Services – AFP Extending End-User Choice  <ul><li>Support for Mac OS* 10.3, 10.4, 10.5, and 10.6.
Scalability and Performance </li><ul><li>200 concurrent busy users
Outperforms CIFS access on MAC </li></ul><li>Bonjour support for the AFP server discovery using the Bonjour protocol
Cross-Protocol File Locking support between AFP, CIFS, and NCP ™
AFP parameter configuration and administration through iManager
No LUM User enabling required
Auditing and Monitoring (afpstat) support for File Access activities
Support for Unicode* filenames
Support for Universal Passwords longer than 8 characters
Clustering support for high availability </li></ul>Novell ®  AFP – Advantages and Benefits End-User Services
Novell ®  iPrint Reducing Helpdesk Calls with End-User Self-Service <ul><li>Client Support </li><ul><li>Windows 7, XP, Vis...
By modifying iprint.ini we can allow non admin users to install printers </li></ul><li>Bi-Directional Support </li><ul><li...
Enables an organization to recover, track or charge back for printing costs </li></ul><li>Highly Available – via Clusterin...
Dynamic Storage Technology Immediate Efficiencies for File Storage <ul><li>Tiered File Storage - Automated policies to rel...
Policies based on: </li><ul><li>Age of File
Size of File
File Type
Access/Modification Times </li></ul><li>User Experience: Merged view of information automatically provided for the end use...
DST supports up to 16 shadow volumes and up to 16 ShadowFS volumes in a virtualized guest server environment. </li></ul>In...
AFTER BEFORE Dynamic Storage Technology Included with Open Enterprise Server, Only on SUSE ®  Linux Enterprise Server Infr...
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  • Open Enterprise Server is a bundle of high-value networking, storage and print services that are optimized to run on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. You can see that we still are shipping a NetWare bare-metal install option, but not all of the most valuable services are available on that kernel. Domain Services for Windows, Dynamic Storage Technology, Virtualization, and the easy upgrade tools can only be used when deploying on SUSE Linux Enterprise. However all the critical tools you are familiar with, and have relied on for years with NetWare, are now available for you to use on Linux. And with the same skill sets you already have in your environment.
  • File System Services NSS – whats new in SP2 ?? Notable feature callout for SP2 Auditing Cross protocol file locking ?? Ext3, reiser, XFS call out how we leverage the use of these FS for file serving … any eDirectory integration to set rights ? File Access Protocol NCP: Traditional File Access CIFS: Samba, Novell CIFS AFP: Native Apple 10.4, 10.5 and 10.6 workstation authentication NFS: DFS: NEED A POINT OR 2 HERE ?? Novell Client Services Windows Vista and Windows 7 Support Client version ?? Any new special feature callout ?? iFolder Client Support Apple 10.5 and 10.6 Windows XP, Vista and 7 SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Microsoft AD Support eDir or AD Authentication Domain Tiered Admin Support Customized administration for large organizations SaaS product deliver y
  • Dynamic Storage Technologies provides: Automated policies to relocate infrequently used unstructured files to a low cost storage device Policies based on: Age of file Size of file File type File owner Merged view of information automatically provided for the end user Administrators can maintain separate backup/restore policies for frequently and infrequently used information Can partition files based on “need to backup” Primary area for “important” dynamic data Secondary area for “less–important” static data Can have different backup policies for each tree “ Important” data backed up more frequently Primary backups are smaller Primary backups run faster and use less storage (tape, etc.) Primary restores faster
  • Note - NCP fix is needed for any accurate Trustee auditing. The fix is only given to the third parties and one customer thus far. If a customer needs it before it is released they must talk with Kent Boogert and/or PM.
  • Remote Office Appliance DSFW Novell CIFS Integration DNS on ADC, Removal of Partition Boundary limitation, Windows 2008 as a member server Novell CIFS NTLMv2, Kerberos Support, Domain pass through authentication OpenSLP integrated into eDirectory DHCP - View of Leases in Java Console DST Enhancements - Novell CIFS Support Quick Finder - Support for MS office 2007 iFolder Restore tool of backed up encrypted and unencrypted folders Slave to Master upgrade
  • What is Remote Office Appliance ? OES2 Linux based Branch Office Server Appliance. Centrally deploy and manage servers in remote branch office sites Provides Centralized user, server, workstation, and desktop application deployment, patching and administration. Benefits Provide IT services to remote sites without large full time IT staff Full remote administration. Works efficiently in bandwidth constrained WAN environments. Easily deploy and manage servers to remote sites Standard hardware and Software configurations. Deployments can be maintained across Remote sites Enforce build standards for servers and workstations Remote server and workstation patching Components and Capabilities Image creation, deployment, recovery Configuration of services like eDirectory and DSfW Data replication capability to the Central Server (CMD)
  • Simplified deployment and management: We will provide more flexible deployment options through virtual appliances, implementing the OES services. These will also come with new and more effective management tools. Integration with Workgroup Collaboration products Remote Office services provide a solution that allows the simplified deployment, support and management of many remote sites from a central location. So that you feel confident rolling OES into your remote offices!! SLES 11 support and component updates Web 2.0 File experience for OES File users: You have heard a lot about these exciting and new collaboration services that I have been talking about - The great thing is that OES customers will benefit from these great innovations.. Future Content Services in OES and project “Cockpit” will help &amp;quot;Turn your Files into Conversations&amp;quot;...
  • If you are still using NetWare, only Novell provides you with a viable and cost-effective upgrade path, which allows you to leverage current investments and skills. Open Enterprise Server on Linux provides all the services you have relied on, all enhanced on the Linux platform. But why should you be so excited about that? SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is the most interoperable platform for mission-critical computing—both physical and virtual. As you embrace this platform for your workgroup collaboration services, you&apos;re investing in opportunities for further cost-savings and optimizations in your environment. * Leverage the ecosystem of ISVs/IHVs supporting SUSE Linux Enterprise (this didn&apos;t exist for NetWare) * You can consolidate any workload on SLES – even Windows workloads. * Leverage Novell&apos;s workload management capabilities In addition, you have actually started to implement the Novell Open Collaboration Architecture. You are building the back-end for your future collaboration needs. Equally important, we have also made migration tools, best practices and upgrade guides available, to facilitate your move to Linux.
  • If you are still using NetWare, only Novell provides you with a viable and cost-effective upgrade path, which allows you to leverage current investments and skills. Open Enterprise Server on Linux provides all the services you have relied on, all enhanced on the Linux platform. But why should you be so excited about that? SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is the most interoperable platform for mission-critical computing—both physical and virtual. As you embrace this platform for your workgroup collaboration services, you&apos;re investing in opportunities for further cost-savings and optimizations in your environment. * Leverage the ecosystem of ISVs/IHVs supporting SUSE Linux Enterprise (this didn&apos;t exist for NetWare) * You can consolidate any workload on SLES – even Windows workloads. * Leverage Novell&apos;s workload management capabilities In addition, you have actually started to implement the Novell Open Collaboration Architecture. You are building the back-end for your future collaboration needs. Equally important, we have also made migration tools, best practices and upgrade guides available, to facilitate your move to Linux.
  • If you are still using NetWare, only Novell provides you with a viable and cost-effective upgrade path, which allows you to leverage current investments and skills. Open Enterprise Server on Linux provides all the services you have relied on, all enhanced on the Linux platform. But why should you be so excited about that? SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is the most interoperable platform for mission-critical computing—both physical and virtual. As you embrace this platform for your workgroup collaboration services, you&apos;re investing in opportunities for further cost-savings and optimizations in your environment. * Leverage the ecosystem of ISVs/IHVs supporting SUSE Linux Enterprise (this didn&apos;t exist for NetWare) * You can consolidate any workload on SLES – even Windows workloads. * Leverage Novell&apos;s workload management capabilities In addition, you have actually started to implement the Novell Open Collaboration Architecture. You are building the back-end for your future collaboration needs. Equally important, we have also made migration tools, best practices and upgrade guides available, to facilitate your move to Linux.
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    1. 1. Novell ® Open Enterprise Server Roadmap and Futures Sophia Germanides Senior Product Marketing Manager Collaboration Solutions and Services Novell, Inc. Bill Calero Systems Engineer Collaboration Solutions and Services Novell, Inc.
    2. 2. Table of Contents Market and Customer Perspectives Current State – OES2 SP2 Whats Coming in OES2 SP3 NetWare ® Extended Support Looking Ahead
    3. 3. Market Trends Traditional data centers morphing into private clouds How to best leverage SaaS and public clouds Virtualization is part of the data center Utilize open source initiatives Cross platform interoperability Merging of consumer and corporate demands Reduce costs, mitigate risk
    4. 4. Customer Demands <ul><li>I need you to help me.... </li><ul><li>Better manage my complex, mixed environment
    5. 5. Keep infrastructure costs down
    6. 6. Maximize existing investments
    7. 7. Help end users be more productive
    8. 8. Be sure my infrastructure supports business priorities
    9. 9. Be secure and meet compliance requirements
    10. 10. Leverage today's newest hardware </li></ul></ul>
    11. 11. Opportunities and Challenges Server Consolidation Virtualization <ul><li>New hardware performance standards
    12. 12. 64-bit enhanced software performance </li></ul><ul><li>Choice of virtualization partners
    13. 13. Intelligent Workload Management </li></ul>Choice and Flexibility <ul><li>Avoid single-vendor lock-in </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Virtualization
    14. 14. Workgroup
    15. 15. Infrastructure
    16. 16. Leverage the best in Open Source </li></ul></ul>What about the Cloud? <ul><li>Public? Private? Mix? - What makes sense for you?
    17. 17. Achieve realistic operational and capital efficiencies </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Real estate
    18. 18. Power
    19. 19. Cooling
    20. 20. Data storage </li></ul></ul>
    21. 21. Providing a Better Way Instead of ... Consider this ... Investing only in proprietary platforms Open Enterprise Server and SUSE ® Linux Enterprise Server can manage and serve many applications Spending on a file and print migration only to be locked-in Maximize the investments you've already made and continue to get industry-leading identity and security, user productivity, choice and flexibility Paying for costly virtualization offerings Open Enterprise Server gives you virtualization for free to host all your workloads – Windows or Linux. Buying expensive Storage Resource Management tools Deploy Dynamic Storage Technology for free to drive down cost and inefficiency Monolithic deployments Open Enterprise Server can deploy AD-ready appliances when you decide
    22. 22. Moving to Open Enterprise Server <ul><li>Don't rip-and-replace ... interoperate!
    23. 23. Control costs of growing infrastructure with powerful consolidation options
    24. 24. Utilize existing administration skills and processes
    25. 25. Enjoy vast selection of commodity hardware
    26. 26. More than 4,000 supported applications </li></ul>Save your money for strategic projects Upgrade to the infrastructure that controls your costs
    27. 27. The Evolution of Networking Services “ The Services” + Viable platform “ The Services” + Directory NetWare ® OES 1 OES 2 <ul><li>F: drive sharing
    28. 28. Best file and print
    29. 29. OS components </li></ul><ul><li>NetWare Migration path
    30. 30. Coexistence
    31. 31. Dual NetWare and Linux </li></ul><ul><li>Virtualized NetWare
    32. 32. Windows coexistence
    33. 33. x86 64-bit support </li></ul>Ponderosa <ul><li>Decoupled services
    34. 34. Hybrid Cloud Data Management
    35. 35. Multi-server management
    36. 36. Advanced Network Services on SLES </li></ul>Workgroup Services Advanced Networking Services Specialized Kernel -> General Purpose OSS -> Virtualization -> Appliances and Cloud N N L L L File Services Print Services identity services Private Cloud Services Content Multi Server Mngt online backup iFolder NDFS
    37. 37. Open Enterprise Server 2 SP2
    38. 38. Novell ® Open Enterprise Server Delivering Value to End Users and IT End-user Services File and Print Client Infrastructure Services HA Interop Identity Networking
    39. 39. Open Enterprise Server 2 Trusted and Innovative Services Workloads with deployment flexibility Networking and Management Novell Storage Services ™ (NSS) SUSE ® Linux Enterprise Server Novell ® CIFS Novell Cluster Services ™ iPrint iFolder 3.8 Novell eDirectory ™ (64-bit) Novell iManag er DNS & DHCP DFS w/ Junction Support Dynamic Storage Technology Domain Services for Windows XEN Virtualization Novell Remote Manager SAMBA & NetAtalk AFP stack CIFS stack POSIX Auto YaST File Storage Interoperability User and IT Productivity Novell Client ™ Archive & Versioning Enhanced Upgrade Utilities End User Collaboration Infrastructure Data Center NetStorage Identity Manager 3.5 Bundle Edition Workloads with Deployment Flexibility
    40. 40. File Services Superior Access for End Users <ul><li>Novell Storage Services ™ (NSS) – what's new in SP2 </li><ul><li>Performance increase of 5-15%
    41. 41. Auditing
    42. 42. Cross protocol file locking </li></ul><li>Ext3, Reiser, XFS </li><ul><li>Can use rich file system rights by adding NCP ™ support to these file systems </li></ul></ul><ul><li>NCP: Traditional file access
    43. 43. CIFS: Samba, Novell ® CIFS
    44. 44. AFP: Native Apple 10.4, 10.5 and 10.6 workstation authentication
    45. 45. NFS
    46. 46. Distributed File System w/ junction support </li></ul><ul><li>Client Support </li><ul><li>Apple 10.5 and 10.6
    47. 47. Windows XP, Vista and 7
    48. 48. SUSE ® Linux Enterprise Desktop </li></ul><li>Microsoft AD Support </li><ul><li>eDirectory ™ or AD Authentication Domain </li></ul><li>Tiered Admin Support </li><ul><li>Customized administration for large organizations
    49. 49. SaaS product delivery </li></ul></ul>File Systems File Access Protocol iFolder End-User Services File
    50. 50. File Services Novell ® CIFS Delivers on Customer Requirements <ul><li>No LUM User enablement required
    51. 51. Scalability over Samba – supported up to 1500 users
    52. 52. Efficiency and performance - small memory footprint </li></ul><ul><li>Leverage with DSFW
    53. 53. Cross Protocol File locking: AFP, CIFS, NCP
    54. 54. NTLM v1
    55. 55. DFS Support
    56. 56. NCS support </li></ul>Novell CIFS Conceptual Overview Novell CIFS – Advantages and Benefits End-User Services
    57. 57. File Services – AFP Extending End-User Choice <ul><li>Support for Mac OS* 10.3, 10.4, 10.5, and 10.6.
    58. 58. Scalability and Performance </li><ul><li>200 concurrent busy users
    59. 59. Outperforms CIFS access on MAC </li></ul><li>Bonjour support for the AFP server discovery using the Bonjour protocol
    60. 60. Cross-Protocol File Locking support between AFP, CIFS, and NCP ™
    61. 61. AFP parameter configuration and administration through iManager
    62. 62. No LUM User enabling required
    63. 63. Auditing and Monitoring (afpstat) support for File Access activities
    64. 64. Support for Unicode* filenames
    65. 65. Support for Universal Passwords longer than 8 characters
    66. 66. Clustering support for high availability </li></ul>Novell ® AFP – Advantages and Benefits End-User Services
    67. 67. Novell ® iPrint Reducing Helpdesk Calls with End-User Self-Service <ul><li>Client Support </li><ul><li>Windows 7, XP, Vista, Apple, Linux
    68. 68. By modifying iprint.ini we can allow non admin users to install printers </li></ul><li>Bi-Directional Support </li><ul><li>Allows for a printer to auto configure the driver on a workstation regarding the feature set of the printer </li></ul><li>Universal Printer Driver Support </li><ul><li>No Longer need a unique driver for each Printer Model within the same family of Printers (e.g., Xerox GPD, HP UPD, Ricoh UPD) </li></ul><li>Print Accounting </li><ul><li>ISV Partners: Pcounter, EquiTrac, PaperCut
    69. 69. Enables an organization to recover, track or charge back for printing costs </li></ul><li>Highly Available – via Clustering (NCS) </li></ul>Novell iPrint End-User Services
    70. 70. Dynamic Storage Technology Immediate Efficiencies for File Storage <ul><li>Tiered File Storage - Automated policies to relocate unstructured files to a lower cost storage devices
    71. 71. Policies based on: </li><ul><li>Age of File
    72. 72. Size of File
    73. 73. File Type
    74. 74. Access/Modification Times </li></ul><li>User Experience: Merged view of information automatically provided for the end user. No desktop agent required </li><ul><li>NCP ™ /Samba Clients, Novell ® CIFS client support in SP3 </li></ul><li>Administrators can maintain different backup/restore policies for their primary and secondary storage locations
    75. 75. DST supports up to 16 shadow volumes and up to 16 ShadowFS volumes in a virtualized guest server environment. </li></ul>Infrastructure Services
    76. 76. AFTER BEFORE Dynamic Storage Technology Included with Open Enterprise Server, Only on SUSE ® Linux Enterprise Server Infrastructure Services
    77. 77. Domain Services for Windows Seamless Windows Interoperability So good, even Microsoft apps think they're using AD <ul><li>Native Microsoft Active Directory and Windows Protocols running on OES2 servers. </li><ul><li>Windows workstations, servers are joined into a DSFW domain
    78. 78. No Novell Client ™ required
    79. 79. Support for cross-domain and cross-forest trust relationships
    80. 80. Use existing management tools – MMC, iManager, ConsoleOne ® </li></ul><li>Unified repository of user account information – not a Meta Directory </li><ul><li>Single password to login </li></ul><li>Support for common authentication protocols and open standards </li><ul><li>Kerberos*, NTLM, and SSL/TLS </li></ul></ul>
    81. 81. Domain Services For Windows Conceptual Diagram Infrastructure Services
    82. 82. Domain Services for Windows Support for Major Applications <ul><li>Novell ® Supported Applications </li><ul><li>Novell ZENWorks ® Configuration Management 10
    83. 83. Citrix Terminal Server
    84. 84. VMware VDI
    85. 85. MS Sharepoint
    86. 86. NetApp Filers </li></ul><li>Currently Not Supported </li><ul><li>MS Exchange
    87. 87. Novell ZENWorks Endpoint Security 4.1
    88. 88. Novell SecureLogin 7 </li></ul></ul>Infrastructure Services
    89. 89. DNS/DHCP What's New in OES2 SP2 DHCP <ul><li>eDirectory ™ integration support </li><ul><li>eDir or OpenLDAP. Enables you to configure, administer, and manage IP addresses host names through LDAP
    90. 90. iManager plug-in provides support for the new directory objects
    91. 91. Clustered Service via Novell Cluster Services ™
    92. 92. A new version of the Java Management Console to manage DHCP objects </li></ul></ul>DNS <ul><ul><li>rndc Support: DNS can now be managed through an open source tool called rndc
    93. 93. Clustered Service via Novell Cluster Services
    94. 94. DsfW: Novell ® DNS can now be installed with the DSfW (Domain Services for Windows) pattern </li></ul></ul>Infrastructure Services
    95. 95. Novell Cluster Services ™ High Availability for Your Data and Resources OES2 SP2 NCS v 1.8.7 <ul><li>Upto 32 Node Clusters
    96. 96. File systems </li><ul><li>NSS Volumes, NCP ™ Volumes (NSS, posix)
    97. 97. Linux Posix ext3, reiser, xfs partitions </li></ul><li>OES Services </li><ul><li>DNS/DHCP, iFolder, iPrint, NetStorage, QuickFinder, Novell CIFS, AFP, Certificate Server, IDM, Dynamic Storage Technology </li></ul><li>POSIX/Linux Services </li><ul><li>DNS/DHCP,mySQL, Samba </li></ul><li>As of SP2, Cluster restart no longer required in rolling cluster upgrade </li></ul>Infrastructure Services
    98. 98. File Services – Audit Meeting Business Requirements for Compliance <ul><li>Novell Storage Services ™ Auditing events (includes AFP events): </li><ul><li>File or Directory create, rename, delete events
    99. 99. File opened, closed
    100. 100. Link to file or directory created
    101. 101. File or directory metadata modified (ie: file creation time, owner, flags, etc. -not file data)
    102. 102. Trustee added or removed to file or directory
    103. 103. Inherited Rights of a directory modified </li></ul><li>NCP ™ engine events: </li><ul><li>File opened, closed by an NCP client </li></ul><li>CIFS engine events: </li><ul><li>File opened, closed by a CIFS client </li></ul></ul>Infrastructure Services
    104. 104. Auditing Applications Novell ® Open Enterprise Server on Linux <ul><li>Novell Sentinel ™ Log Manager </li><ul><li>Released and available today </li></ul><li>BlueLance, LT Auditor+ 9 for SUSE ® Linux </li><ul><li>Release scheduled for March 22, 2010 </li></ul><li>NetVision, NVMonitor Version 7.0 </li><ul><li>Requires an NCP ™ engine fix to be available 1H '10
    105. 105. Only reports on NSS_ADD_TRUSTEE, NSS_REMOVE_TRUSTEE and NSS_SET_INHERITED_RIGHTS events. (Does not report on file/directory related events) </li></ul><li>Novell, OES, vlog </li><ul><li>Currently in BETA, and for release in OES2SP3 </li></ul></ul>Infrastructure Services
    106. 106. Open Enterprise Server 2 SP2 New Feature Summary SUSE ® Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3 support Novell Storage Services ™ file system auditing Cross protocol file locking for AFP, CIFS and NCP ™ DFS support via CIFS protocol Remote Server Navigation for FTP servers UPD and Bi-Di Printing support for HP and Xerox printers iFolder support for Active Directory and tiered admin support Simplified Domain Services for Windows Install iFolder and iPrint clients for Win 7, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11 and MAC 10.6
    107. 107. Upgrading to Open Enterprise Server 2 Migration Toolkit
    108. 108. Reasons for Migrating End of NetWare ® General Support <ul><li>March 7, 2010 – Extended Support phase
    109. 109. ISV and IHV support has waned </li></ul>New Features Add Value <ul><li>Dynamic Storage Technology
    110. 110. Domain Services for Windows
    111. 111. Virtualization
    112. 112. Better scalability with 64-bit support </li></ul>Linux and Open Source <ul><li>Highest innovation rates are on Linux/OSS
    113. 113. Linux certifications </li></ul>
    114. 114. Building Your Knowledge OES2 Upgrade Resources <ul><li>Training Courses </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Migration and upgrade courses
    115. 115. Free Bootcamp at Brainshare
    116. 116. Free OnDemand Training
    117. 117. Free ATT Online Training </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Best Practices Guide </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Live document
    118. 118. User comments
    119. 119. Quick response time
    120. 120. Real migration scenarios </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Novell ® Community </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Upgrade/migration articles
    121. 121. Novell CoolSolutions
    122. 122. Support forums </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Social Media </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Twitter: twitter.com/novelloes
    123. 123. Linkedin Groups
    124. 124. Facebook
    125. 125. YouTube </li></ul></ul>Learning Resources
    126. 126. Resources for Upgrading <ul><li>Upgrade Community - http://www.novell.com/communities/coolsolutions/upgradetooes
    127. 127. Upgrading to OES Guide - http://www.novell.com/documentation/oes2/upgrade_to_oes_lx/ page=/documentation/oes2/upgrade_to_oes_lx/data/front.html
    128. 128. iPrint Migration Best Practices – TID 7004455 </li></ul>Other iPrint Resources – TIDS 7004109 , 7005255 , 7004910 Brainshare ® Bootcamp and Session – CL212
    129. 129. ISV Ecosystem of Partners Open Enterprise Server 2 SP2
    130. 130. Data Center Infrastructure Support Novell ® Sentinel ™ PCounter Backup Anti-virus Audit Print Accounting
    131. 131. Primary ISV Ecosystem Summary OES2 SP2 Backup <ul><li>Symantec: Backup Exec v12.5, NetBackup v6.5
    132. 132. CA: BrightStor
    133. 133. IBM: Tivoli Storage Manager v5.5
    134. 134. Syncsort: Backup Express v3.1
    135. 135. BakBone: NetVault
    136. 136. CommVault – Simpana 8
    137. 137. SEP Backup Exec </li></ul>Anti-virus <ul><li>McAfee Linuxshield v1.5.1
    138. 138. Symantec Endpoint Protection v11.0
    139. 139. CA Antivirus v8.1
    140. 140. And more ... </li></ul>Auditing <ul><li>Novell ® Sentinel ™ Log Manager
    141. 141. BlueLance, LT Auditor+ 9 </li><ul><li>Release scheduled for March 22, 2010 </li></ul><li>NetVision, NVMonitor Version 7.0 </li><ul><li>Scheduled for April 2010 </li></ul></ul>Printing <ul><li>Equitrac
    142. 142. PaperCut
    143. 143. PCounter </li></ul>ISV list: http://www.novell.com/products/openenterpriseserver/partners_communities.html
    144. 144. Premier Software and Hardware Vendors Support ...Plus hundreds more ISVs SUSE ® LINUX Enterprise Server 10 Partner Applications Servers and Storage
    145. 145. Open Enterprise Server 2 What's Next with Support Pack 3
    146. 146. Novell ® Open Enterprise Server 2 SP3 2012 2010 2011
    147. 147. Novell ® Open Enterprise Server 2 SP3 2012 2010 2011
    148. 148. Open Enterprise Server 2 SP3 New Feature Summary Novell ® Remote Office Appliance Domain Services for Windows enhancements Novell CIFS Open SLP integrated into eDirectory ™ DHCP view of leases in Java console Dynamic Storage Technology with CIFS support QuickFinder support for Windows 2007 iFolder
    149. 149. Remote Office Appliance Summary <ul><li>OES2-based appliance for distributed environments
    150. 150. Response to customer requests for branch office management capabilities </li></ul><ul><li>Centrally administers users, servers, and workstations
    151. 151. Deploys servers and workstation apps and patches
    152. 152. Controls remote site processes based on standards of central IT authority </li><ul><li>Hardware and software configurations
    153. 153. Enforce build standards
    154. 154. Standardized patch management </li></ul><li>Image creation, deployment, recovery
    155. 155. Replicates data to the Central Server (CMD) </li></ul>What is it? What will it do for me?
    156. 156. Novell ® Remote Office Appliance Conceptual View Central IT Authority Central Management Directory (CMD)
    157. 157. NetWare ® Extended Support
    158. 158. Product Milestones NetWare ® Extended Support NetWare Self-Support NetWare End-of-Life Windows 2003 End of GA March 7, 2010 March 7, 2012 March 7, 2015 July 13, 2010
    159. 159. Free Extended Support <ul><li>12X5 call in support (unlimited)*
    160. 160. Experienced NetWare support engineers
    161. 161. Critical security fixes only
    162. 162. Patches, bug fixes, updates at the discretion of Novell </li></ul>*ALA/SLA Customers' benefits match levels of current support All Customers using NetWare ® who are current (maintenance and latest license) Will receive all the benefits of Extended Support for their entire NetWare environment for Free
    163. 163. Ponderosa
    164. 164. The Evolution of Networking Services “ The Services” + Viable platform “ The Services” + Directory NetWare ® OES 1 OES 2 <ul><li>F: drive sharing
    165. 165. Best file and print
    166. 166. OS components </li></ul><ul><li>NetWare Migration path
    167. 167. Coexistence
    168. 168. Dual NetWare and Linux </li></ul><ul><li>Virtualized NetWare
    169. 169. Windows coexistence
    170. 170. x86 64-bit support </li></ul>Ponderosa <ul><li>Decoupled services
    171. 171. Hybrid Cloud Data Management
    172. 172. Multi-server management
    173. 173. Advanced Network Services on SLES </li></ul>Workgroup Services Advanced Networking Services Specialized Kernel -> General Purpose OSS -> Virtualization -> Appliances and Cloud N N L L L File Services Print Services identity services Private Cloud Services Content Multi Server Mngt online backup iFolder NDFS
    174. 174. Simplify and Interoperate Ponderosa Enabling End Users Virtualization Appliances Public and Private Clouds Common Directory Services Infrastructure Cost Control Simplify Interoperate
    175. 175. The Road Ahead <ul><li>Simplify collaborative environment through native product integrations </li><ul><li>Web 2.0 experience for OES users
    176. 176. Novell ® Pulse / Content Services </li></ul><li>Streamline product deployment and management </li><ul><li>Appliance deployment options for individual OES components
    177. 177. Remote Office capabilities </li></ul><li>Sound infrastructure investment </li><ul><li>Power of SUSE ® Linux Enterprise Server for consolidation
    178. 178. Flexible migration path (NetWare ® ) </li></ul></ul>NEXT 3 YEARS
    179. 179. Novell ® Open Enterprise Server “Ponderosa” 2012 2010 2011 Common Authentication Layer Use AD as the primary identity store
    180. 180. Content Services Innovative File Access <ul><li>Extend your file access into the new social mediums of today </li><ul><li>Wave, Facebook, Pulse, etc.
    181. 181. File Collaboration outside the firewall </li><ul><li>Data stays inside the firewall </li></ul><li>Ensure the appropriate security remains intact </li><ul><li>Files remain on Servers
    182. 182. Not necessary to move or copy files to a middleware database layer
    183. 183. Avoid File duplication headaches </li></ul><li>Collaborate on portions of documents </li><ul><li>Owners Maintain security and grant access appropriately </li></ul><li>Bridge next generation social mediums with traditional user experiences </li><ul><li>Continue to work in your shared F: Drive </li></ul></ul></ul>What's new in file access?
    184. 184. Decoupled Workloads Right-sized Appliances <ul><li>SUSE Studio ™ is your appliance factory </li><ul><li>Cloud Service or On-Premise
    185. 185. Simple Appliance building </li><ul><li>Create the “Juice” JeOS – Just enough OS
    186. 186. Ensure performance and security </li></ul><li>Delivers formats of choice </li><ul><li>VMWare, Hyper-V*, Citrix-XEN*, OSS-XEN, Hard Disk / USB image, Live CD/DVD </li></ul></ul><li>Ponderosa Templates </li><ul><li>Filer
    187. 187. Clustered Filer
    188. 188. Multipurpose Filer </li></ul></ul>http://susestudio.com
    189. 189. Liberate Services where Appropriate Decoupled Workloads <ul><li>Dynamic Storage Technology </li><ul><li>1 st Generation complete as Novell Dynamic File Services for Windows
    190. 190. Available with Novell File Management Suite
    191. 191. Secondary storage targets the Cloud </li><ul><li>Available in the Summer: Amazon S3 support </li></ul></ul><li>iFolder </li><ul><li>Native on Windows Server; Port as a set of Windows Services
    192. 192. SaaS product delivery; Managed Service Providers, IaaS </li></ul><li>iPrint </li><ul><li>Native on Windows Server; Port as a set of Windows Services
    193. 193. iPrint SaaS delivery; Manage Service Providers, IaaS </li></ul></ul>
    194. 194. A Common Authentication Layer Ponderosa <ul><li>Leverage Microsoft AD as the common identity store </li><ul><li>Extend DSFW, Ponderosa Server as a Member/Workstation in Active Directory
    195. 195. All services can use AD as the user authentication source
    196. 196. Transparent to administrators and end users </li></ul><li>Servers hosting Ponderosa services are joined to AD as member/workstations
    197. 197. Services Available will include </li></ul><ul><li>Dynamic Storage Technology
    198. 198. Novell Cluster Services ™
    199. 199. Novell Storage Services ™ (NSS) </li></ul><ul><li>iPrint
    200. 200. iFolder </li></ul>
    201. 201. Enhanced File Storage Ecosystems <ul><li>Reduced Storage Cost </li><ul><li>DST secondary/tertiary on cloud
    202. 202. DFS split data on cloud
    203. 203. DFS junctions to integrate diverse file systems </li><ul><li>Junctions for Windows, Linux, NetWare ® in the same environment </li></ul><li>Extend Services to the Cloud </li></ul><li>iFolder,
    204. 204. F:>Drive liberate files (unstructured data) in the form of content (Content Services) </li></ul>
    205. 205. Social Media + Content Server + OES “Turning Files into Conversations” Intelligent Drive Mappings <ul><ul><li>Map drives appear in Pulse or Wave
    206. 206. ACLs are maintained via content server
    207. 207. File access through Pulse or Wave
    208. 208. On prem and web
    209. 209. Files become conversations </li></ul></ul>F: Files Content Server
    210. 210. Pulse + Content Server Working Off-line, On-line, Anytime iFolder i Smart Cache <ul><ul><li>Internet connection detected
    211. 211. Changes are auto-sync'd up
    212. 212. Pulse indicates “Live work” environment </li></ul></ul>Content Server
    213. 213. Intelligent Data Workloads Content services <ul><ul><li>Collaboratively support multiple concurrent content formats
    214. 214. Ready for consumption of unstructured data
    215. 215. Real time publishing of data using Data Synchronizer </li></ul></ul>Content Location services <ul><ul><li>Content based search, aggregation, creation
    216. 216. Redundant data location and mapping </li></ul></ul>
    217. 217. With Open Enterprise Server Do More... <ul><li>Intelligent Workload Management
    218. 218. Advanced file and data services
    219. 219. Centralized management of remote sites
    220. 220. End-user access and self-service </li></ul>...with Less <ul><li>Maximize existing investments
    221. 221. Leverage skills honed with NetWare ®
    222. 222. Exploit commodity hardware </li></ul>
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    224. 225. Appendix: Customer Successes
    225. 226. Notable Open Enterprise Server Customers
    226. 227. California Highway Patrol Americas “ The performance of Novell Open Enterprise Server running on Linux has been great and the fact that it ships with Xen for virtualization was a big plus,” said McLeod. “ Had we gone with VMware, it would have cost us an additional $800,000. ” “ Since migrating to Novell Open Enterprise Server and leveraging Xen for virtualization, we’ve been able to consolidate one third of the servers in our data center, “said McLeod. “We can now create a new virtual server on the fly, and have it up and running in less than a day.” Bruce McLeod, Network Architect California Highway Patrol
    227. 228. Hartford Hospital Americas “ We wanted to move to Linux and Novell Open Enterprise Server to gives us the networking functionality we are accustomed to with NetWare on a Linux platform. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server gives us enormous flexibility with the ability to leverage open source applications, as well as build our own.&quot;. &quot;When we can't hire more staff or invest in more hardware, we have to make do with what we have. Novell solutions allow us to actually do more with less. Novell has saved us a lot of money and our investment continues to pay off .&quot; Fernando Seguro, Manager of Systems Engineering Hartford Hospital CONSOLIDATION ON LINUX story... customer used SLES for multiple apps.
    228. 229. Leicester City Council EMEA “ Novell Open Enterprise Server running on Linux gave us continuity with our previous ways of working , combined with new options for the future.” “ The support and service from Novell across the various new solutions has been excellent,” said Volante. “We have already seen significant benefits in terms of reduced administration and increased productivity, and we look forward to extending our set of solutions to include Novell Identity Manager and Novell Teaming + Conferencing.” Kamal Kotecha, Server Manager Leicester City Council
    229. 230. Ohio Courts of Claims Americas ““ We live and die by Novell storage solutions. The Dynamic Storage Technology component of Novell Open Enterprise Server enabled us to easily move more than a terabyte of less frequently accessed data to inexpensive hardware, reducing our hardware costs alone by 60 percent .” “ All the storage management solutions we looked at were either really complicated or very expensive,” said Glenn. “Some would have required that we move to a Microsoft file server, and that’s where the conversation ended. I didn’t want to cut our performance in half!” “ With most storage management systems, you often experience incompatibilities in the file system. Dynamic Storage Technology from Novell is such an elegant solution . You don’t even have to make allowances for software incompatibilities.” Michael Glenn, Sr. IT Manager Ohio Courts of Claims DYNAMIC STORAGE TECHNOLOGY reference.
    230. 231. Almabani Engineering Contractors EMEA &quot;Where we have to operate using the satellite link, data transfer is much slower, and this would cause synchronisation problems for most e-mail servers,&quot; said John Lincoln, IT Director at Almabani. &quot;We needed a solution that could reliably provide access to e-mail, calendaring, tasks and files from any of our locations John Lincoln, IT Director Almabani Engineering Contractors
    231. 232. State of Louisiana HHS Americas &quot;We are familiar with Novell's tradition of producing quality products and have had years of great experience with Novell Services. Novell Open Enterprise Server provides outstanding networking and management services on a Linux platform. We want to move to Linux as much as possible in our environment.&quot; Chad Israel Technical Account Manager Northrup Grumman for LADHHS Great collaboration & consolidation story.
    232. 233. Aquelle EMEA “ The simplicity and power of the Novell Storage Services file system in Novell Open Enterprise Server simply blew us away. It is now easy to apply security policies to individual users or groups, and we have complete control and clarity. Novell Storage Services also offers one-click file salvaging if a user accidentally deletes an important document.&quot; Andrew Muller, IT Manager Aquelle This is a new customer to Novell who chose our enterprise-class products when their home-grown Linux solution maxed out. NOT A NETWARE UPGRADE.
    233. 234. itecPLUS EMEA &quot;File systems and network services may not seem very important compared with the mission-critical data held in our enterprise SAP systems. However, when you consider that our customers' e-mail systems and other front-end applications cannot function without such services, it would clearly be disastrous to lose them . The Novell Business Continuity Clustering solution enables us to provide the same high levels of availability for our Intel-based systems as for our enterprise systems.&quot; Werner Moschner Team Leader, IT Operations itecPLUS OES/Clustering/Business Continuity Clustering
    234. 235. iTV.com EMEA Novell Open Enterprise Server running on SUSE Linux allows ITV to further consolidate file, print and mail servers to simplify IT management, while significantly reducing hardware and software costs. A standardized environment has also simplified IT training, allowing ITV to focus primarily on Linux, rather than splitting its training across multiple platforms. &quot;Without a Novell Linux solution, we would have had some difficult decisions to make. We would have had to choose an alternate platform that would not have offered the same level of scalability across our enterprise, or the same degree of performance and cost savings .&quot; Nick Leake, Director,Operations & Infrastructure iTV.com OES/Clustering/Business Continuity Clustering
    235. 236. Social Security Appeals Tribunal APAC “ The Novell solutions helped us gain more control over our documentation and empower our members to share and re-use information across the agency. We now have a compact, efficient, centrally managed infrastructure that keeps our costs low and offers better opportunities for future development.&quot; Greig Morris, IT Business Manager Social Security Appeals Tribunal
    236. 237. Colorado Dept. of Corrections Americas “ Our research showed no cost benefit of moving to a Windows or UNIX-based platform . We saw demonstrations of what a Linux environment could do for us and knew that Novell Open Enterprise Server was the best fit.” “ We were really struggling to keep up with user demand – we were simply running out of circuits and space in our data center. By leveraging Xen virtualization, we can easily add new servers and meet the demands of our users without having to purchase additional hardware .” “ User dissatisfaction was reaching a breaking point before implementing our Novell solutions. We now have a high-performing environment with zero downtime and are able to keep up with the demands of our users, despite minimal resources and limited budget.” John Jubic, End User Solutions Mgr. Colorado Dept. of Corrections
    237. 238. Texas Attorney General Americas “ Our small, centralized IT team can manage a complex network across the entire state. Novell Open Enterprise Server and Novell Cluster Services require minimal administration and provide 99.999 percent uptime. ” Rudy Montoya, Director of IT Texas Office of the Attorney General
    238. 239. CECI Engineering Consultancy APAC “ &quot;Novell Open Enterprise Server provides excellent network security and ease of administration . Most important, it delivers superb availability, helping us to avoid the cost of unscheduled downtime.&quot; FU-Lai Chu, Vice President CECI Engineering Consultancy
    239. 240. CECI Engineering Consultancy APAC “ It is fair to say that Novell Open Enterprise Server simply does not crash . We have experienced almost no downtime since we installed the new solution, and we can now take full advantage of our new hardware without worrying about stability issues.” “ Novell Open Enterprise Server is extremely easy to manage and upgrade . You can choose to install only the elements that you need, which makes it rapid to deploy, and the general operating system management tools are very well designed. The solution definitely saves time for our IT staff because it is so simple to use. ” Kou Chunliang, IT Administrator Central China Securities
    240. 241. Dalmia Magnesite Cement APAC &quot;We wanted to upgrade, but we did not want to make major changes to our existing infrastructure. Many of the proposed solutions involved moving to a three-tier architecture with numerous application and database servers. Some would also have required our custom applications to be rewritten. These were both expensive options, so we wanted to find a different solution.&quot; &quot;We have worked with Novell software for many years, and we are confident in the reliability and performance. When we decided to move to Linux, Novell was the best option for us—particularly because SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and Novell Open Enterprise Server made it easy to migrate without the need for significant redevelopment effort .&quot; &quot;We have had trouble with viruses on Windows-based operating system servers in the past, and we were keen to avoid the same problems in future. So far, our confidence in the Novell operating systems has been completely rewarded.&quot; P Saravanan, Systems Manager Dalmia Magnesite Corp. CONSOLIDATION ON LINUX story... customer used SLES for multiple apps.
    241. 242. ELBAS EMEA &quot;Novell deserves credit for making it easy to upgrade from NetWare to Novell Open Enterprise Server on Linux – there was no risk to the business and the whole migration went very smoothly.” “ VMware enables us to run all seven Novell Open Enterprise Server environments on just two physical servers – cutting hardware costs, saving space and reducing electricity requirements significantly.” “ VMware virtualisation enables us to run all seven Novell Open Enterprise Server environments on just two physical servers – cutting hardware costs by around 70 percent, saving space and reducing electricity requirements significantly,” said Olsen. “Even more important, we now have the capacity to expand our IT environment to match business growth. There is plenty of headroom in the new servers, and we know that SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is a highly scalable operating system, so there should be no problems in dealing with increasing demand.” Henning Olsen, IT Administrator ELBAS GmbH CONSOLIDATION ON LINUX with VMWare.
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