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Virtualization: Hyper-V, VMM, App-V and MED-V.

Virtualization: Hyper-V, VMM, App-V and MED-V.

Torben Nelausen.

Ráðstefnan 2009.

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    Virtualization: Hyper-V, VMM, App-V and MED-V. Virtualization: Hyper-V, VMM, App-V and MED-V. Presentation Transcript

    • Virtualization: Hyper-V, VMM, App-V and MED-V or Server and desktop solutions Torben Vig Nelausen Product Manager – Windows Server Family Torben.Nelausen@microsoft.com
    • Microsoft Virtualization Document redirection Offline files
    • Server Virtualization
    • Hyper-V Architecture Provided by: OS ISV / IHV / OEM Parent Partition Child Partitions Microsoft Hyper-V Microsoft / XenSource VM Worker Processes Applications Applications Applications Applications WMI Provider User VM Service Mode Windows Windows Server Non- Xen-Enabled Server 2008 2003, 2008 Hypervisor Linux Kernel Aware OS Linux Windows Windows Kernel VSP Kernel VSC VSC Kernel IHV Drivers VMBus VMBus VMBus Emulation Hypercall Adapter Mode Windows hypervisor Ring -1 “Designed for Windows” Server Hardware
    • Hyper-V Capabilities – 32-bit (x86) & 64-bit (x64) VMs – Large memory support (64 GB) per VM – SMP VMs (up to 4 cores) – Integrated cluster support for HA & Quick Migration – BitLocker: Seamless, secure data encryption – Live Backup: Volume Shadow Service integration – Pass-through disk access for VMs – Virtual Machine snapshots – New hardware sharing architecture (VSP/VSC/VMBus) • Disk, networking, input, video – Robust networking: VLANs and NLB – DMTF standard for WMI management interface – Support for Full or Server Core installations
    • Windows Server Core • Server Core: new minimal installation option – Provides essential server functionality – Command Line Interface only, no GUI Shell • Benefits – Less code results in fewer patches and reduced servicing burden – Low surface area server for targeted roles – More secure and reliable with less management
    • Security Isolation – No sharing of virtualized devices – Separate VMBus instance per vm to the parent – No sharing of memory • Each has its own address space – VMs cannot communicate with each other, except through traditional networking – Guests can’t perform DMA attacks because they’re never mapped to physical devices – Guests cannot write to the hypervisor – Parent partition cannot write to the hypervisor
    • Virtualization and High-Availability • Traditional Non-Virtualized • Virtualized Environment Environment – Value of the physical server – Downtime is bad, but affects goes up only one workload – Downtime is far worse because multiple workloads are affected Virtualization and High-Availability Go Hand in Hand
    • Windows Server Virtualization High Availability • Providing solutions for both planned and unplanned downtime • Planned downtime – Quickly move virtualized workloads to service underlying hardware – More common than unplanned • Unplanned downtime – Automatic failover to other nodes (hardware or power failure) – Not as common and more difficult
    • Quick Migration Fundamentals VHDs 1. Save state a) Save entire vm state SAN Storage 2. Move virtual machine a) Move storage connectivity from origin to destination host 3. Restore state and Run a) Restore vm and run b) Done Network Connectivity
    • Virtual Server 2005 vs. Hyper-V Virtualization Feature Virtual Server 2005 Hyper-V R2 32-bit Virtual Machines Yes Yes 64-bit Virtual Machines No Yes Multi Processor Virtual Machines No Yes, 4 core VMs Virtual Machine Memory Support 3.6 GB per VM 64 GB per VM Managed by System Center Virtual Machine Yes Yes Manager Support for Microsoft Clustering Services Yes Yes Host side backup support (VSS) Yes Yes Scriptable / Extensible Yes, COM Yes, WMI User Interface Web Interface MMC 3.0 Interface
    • Managing The Server Lifecycle Backup Live host level virtual machine Patch management and deployment backup OS and application In guest consistency configuration management Rapid recovery Software upgrades End to end service management Virtual machine management Server and application health Server consolidation and monitoring & management resource utilization optimization Performance reporting and analysis Conversions: P2V and V2V
    • A centralized, heterogeneous management solution for the virtual datacenter. • Maximize Resources – Centralized virtual machine deployment and management for Hyper-V, Virtual Server, and VMware ESX servers – Intelligent placement of Virtual Machines – Fast and reliable P2V and V2V conversion – Comprehensive application and service-level monitoring with Operations Manager – Integrated Performance and Resource Optimization (PRO) of VMs • Increase Agility – Rapid provisioning of new and virtual machines with templates – Centralized library of infrastructure components – Leverage and extend existing storage infrastructure and clusters – Allow for delegated management and access of VMs • Leverage Skills – Familiar interface, common foundation – Monitor physical and virtual machines from one console – Fully scriptable using Windows PowerShell
    • System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 Virtual Hyper-V Machines Cluster VMware Context server Sensitive Actions Filters Live Thumbnail VM Management Information Selection
    • VMM 2008 Architecture Administrator’s Self Service Web Console Portal Operator’s Web Windows Console Console PowerShell Windows® PowerShell Connector Virtual Machine Manager Operations Manager Server Server Management Interfaces Virtual Server VMM Library VMware VI3 Host Server Virtual Center Server VM VM Template VM VM VM VM ESX Host VM VM VM VM VM ISO VHD Script VM VM VM VM SAN Storage
    • Virtualization “Virtualization without good management is more dangerous than not using virtualization in the first place.” – TOM BITTMAN, GARTNER
    • Application and Desktop Virtualization
    • Mobile PCs yield positive ROI Corporate knowledge assets at risk Mobile users work on average Over 600K laptops lost in US 3.2 hours per week more than in 2005; 80% of companies’ desktop users data on user PCs Gartner, Forrester Safeware Insurance
    • Microsoft Application Virtualization* Dynamically streaming software as a centrally managed service Life without traditional software installation • Applications to users at log on • Accelerated desktop deployment • Centralized permissions • Minimize App to App compatibility testing • Sandboxed applications • Run real-time usage reports • Enable device roaming In a recent IDC study, customers highlight the cost and time savings with Application Virtualization Cost Savings Time Savings Microsoft Application Virtualization customers reduced help desk support 30% of customers experienced more volume and call time by 65% than 20% in cost savings with Microsoft 36% of customers saved at least Application Virtualization compared to 40% in IT labor with Microsoft their prior solution Application Virtualization compared to their prior solution
    • Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.5 Key Investment Areas Dynamic Suite Composition Admin controlled combination of virtual application environments Flexible deployment modes Interoperability with SMS, SCCM and third party ESD Standalone mode Increased Supportability Globalization and Localization Supports localized applications and operating systems Secure Windows Initiative Trustworthy Computing Secure by Default
    • The Microsoft Application Virtualization Platform SMS/SCCM Management Console SMS/SCCM Database Microsoft SMS/SCCM Active Application Distribution Point Directory Virtualization Management Management Console Web Service SMS/SCCM application System Center Microsoft delivery Application Application Virtualization Virtualization Management Server Database Windows application VECD Streaming Terminal + System Center server manifest Application Virtualization Microsoft Microsoft Application Streaming Server Application Desktop Virtualization Clients Virtualization Sequencer Virtualized VECD application Terminal Streaming server MSI-wrapped Microsoft Application virtualized Desktop Virtualization Clients Standalone application Microsoft Application VECD Virtualization Client Terminal server Application Microsoft Application Desktop delivery via Virtualization Clients MSI on CD
    • Desktop Virtualization Overview Server-Based Virtualization Client-Hosted Virtualization • Runs virtual images on a server, and Creates a local copy of the virtual provides remote access from any image, available to work offline, endpoint (with zero-touch and with no servers deployment) Server Client Client VDI (Windows VECD – Windows Vista Enterprise Microsoft® Enterprise Desktop Virtualization Centralized Desktop), Terminal Services based on Microsoft Virtual PC 2007
    • MEDV leverages Microsfot Virtual PC, to enable enterprise deployment of local desktop virtualization
    • User experience with Virtual PC
    • …with MEDV
    • MEDV Architecture
    • Replaceable PC Hot-Desking Flexibility, easy to migrate users Flexibly, compliance, free seating Application Virtualization Enterprise Desktop Application Bitlocker Drive Virtualization Encryption Virtualization Terminal Folder Services Folder Redirection (LOB Application) Redirection Extending PC Life Hosted Image Security, low cost, carbon-neutral Security, right apps and data Windows Vista Enterprise Centralized Desktop Terminal Services (Desktop) Working from Home Security, emergency access Windows Vista Enterprise Centralized Desktop Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Gateway 34
    • Questions ?
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