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  • Goal: Frame how System Center 2012 (and SP1) deliver unified management for the Cloud OS.
  • Goal of this slideRepresent core messages that differentiate us from VMwareSpotlight the areas that we will drill down into from an Application Management perspective (see highlights on the slide)System Center 2012 cloud and datacenter management solutions empower you with a common management toolset for your private and public cloud applications and services. System Center helps you confidently deliver IT as a Service for your business.System Center 2012 helps your organization consume and deliver IT as a Service by enabling productive infrastructure, predictable applications, and cloud on your terms. System Center 2012 helps you to deliver flexible and cost-effective private-cloud infrastructure to your business units in a self-service model, while carrying forward your existing datacenter investments. Recognizing that applications are where core business value resides, System Center 2012 offers deep application insight, which, combined with a “service-centric” approach, helps you deliver predictable application-service levels. Finally, System Center 2012 empowers you to deliver and consume private and public cloud computing on your terms with common management experiences across your hybrid environments.Productive Infrastructure System Center 2012 helps you deliver flexible and cost-effective infrastructure with what you already know and own. System Center 2012 helps you integrate heterogeneous datacenter investments, including multi-hypervisor environments. You can pool and abstract your datacenter resources and deliver self-service infrastructure to your business units in a flexible, yet controlled, manner.Heterogeneous supportTo help you carry forward your existing datacenter investments and skillsets, System Center 2012 offers integrated management for your heterogeneous datacenter environments. For example, it offers multi-hypervisor management for Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware vSphere/ESX, and Citrix XenServer with Virtual Machine Manager; cross-platform monitoring of Linux/Unix/Sun Solaris guests with Operations Manager; cross-platform configuration management for Linux and Unix servers with Configuration Manager; and integrated automation across management toolsets from vendors like HP, CA, BMC, EMC, and even VMware with Orchestrator.Process automation System Center 2012 helps you simplify and standardize your datacenter with a flexible process automation platform. By automating repetitive tasks, you can lower your costs and improve service reliability. With Orchestrator, you can integrate and extend your existing toolsets and build flexible workflows (or runbooks) that can span across multiple organizational silos and systems. These workflows are then executed in an orchestrated manner through the automation engine built into Orchestrator. Service Manager offers industry-standard service management capabilities (based on ITIL/MOF) which automates core organizational process workflows like incident management, problem management, change management, and release management.Self-service infrastructure With the provisioning capability of Virtual Machine Manager, you can pool and abstract your datacenter resources (such as compute, network, and storage) into a private cloud infrastructure fabric, which can then be maintained by Virtual Machine Manager and Operations Manager. You can allocate and delegate this pooled fabric to your business unit IT organizations in a flexible, yet controlled, manner using Virtual Machine Manager. Application owners can consume capacity (and request additional capacity) in a self-service mode using the service catalog offered by Service Manager. Requests for capacity would be fulfilled using the process automation and provisioning capabilities offered by Orchestrator and Virtual Machine Manager respectively.Predictable ApplicationsApps power your business. System Center 2012 helps you deliver predictable application service levels with deep application insight, and holistically manage your application services, which is where your core business value resides.360 ̊ application monitoring, diagnosis and dev-opsOperations Manager offers deep application and transaction monitoring insight for .NET applications (and J2EE application server health) to maximize application availability and performance. Operations Manager also integrates with Microsoft Visual Studio through a connector (also enabled with Intellitrace telemetry for SP1) to unlock development-to-operations collaboration, thereby helping you remediate application issues faster, which results in the delivery of predictable SLAs. Easy-to-use reporting and dashboarding allows you to track and communicate your SLAs more effectively. Additionally, with SP1,Global Service Monitor (GSM) offers the “outside-in” view offering a comprehensive 360 degree monitoring. Comprehensive hybrid application managementMicrosoft Server Application Virtualization (SAV), a feature of Virtual Machine Manager, optimizes your modern and existing applications for private cloud deployments with sequenced state separation between the application and underlying infrastructure. SAV dramatically simplifies application servicing (such as upgrades and maintenance) with image-based configuration and management techniques that reduce administrative effort and expense. By decoupling your applications from the infrastructure, SAV helps unlock application portability as appropriate to your business needs. Configuration Manager supports SAV, thereby extending the benefits of SAV to applications and workloads that may be deployed in physical/traditional environments. Through SAV support, Configuration Manager enables easier physical-to-virtual application mobility and in-place application servicing. System Center 2012 empowers your application and service owners with a common self-service experience across on-premises, service provider and Microsoft clouds, thus enabling comprehensive application management in a hybrid context.  Service-centric approachIn a cloud computing model, a service is a deployed instance of an application along with its associated configuration and virtual infrastructure. System Center 2012 offers a service-centric approach to help you manage your application components in the context of the holistic service that it represents to the business. From provisioning services (visualization, design, composition, deployment, and configuration) to operating them (monitoring, remediation, and upgrades), we help you manage the full lifecycle. For example, Virtual Machine Manager and App Controller enable service-centric provisioning and updates while Operations Manager enables monitoring at the service level. Your CloudPrivate and public cloud computing on your terms managed with a common toolset. System Center 2012 empowers you to deliver and consume private and public cloud computing on your terms, with common management experiences across your hybrid environments.Flexibility with delegation and controlConstruct and manage clouds across multiple datacenters, multiple infrastructures (such as Microsoft and VMware), and service providers (Windows Azure). Provide delegated authority and tools to enable self-service flexibility across your environments. You retain control across your private and public cloud environments, which is important for enterprise security and compliance requirements while ensuring your IT pros have a key role even as your organization adopts cloud-computing models.Applications self-service across your hybridclouds System Center 2012 empowers your application and service owners with a common self-service experience across on-premises, service provider and Microsoft clouds. With App Controller, you can experience visibility and control, so you can confidently adopt Windows Azure as your enterprise Platform as a Service (PaaS) choice.Physical, virtual, and cloud managementSystem Center has historically been known for physical and virtual management in the datacenter. You can also use your familiar on-premises Operations Manager to monitor your Windows Azure applications (using the Monitoring Pack for Windows Azure Applications)—thus extending your common management experience to the cloud. App Controller provides you a single pane of glass with self-service flexibility and control for your application owners to manage their applications and services across private and public clouds, including Windows Azure.Hybrid environments will be the corporate standard for many years; a common management toolset with integrated physical, virtual, IaaS, andPaaS management will help you increase efficiency and optimize ROI.
  • Notes:Once you have a private cloud, you need to be able to ensure that it runs correctly.Some focus here needs to be on the challenges you face:I need to ensure that the application owners only use the amount of resources I grant them for the resources I assign them.I need to be able to quickly patch and update deployed services whether the application or the operating system is updated.I need to ensure that I can handle my dynamically changing environment.Am I outgrowing capacity, and how do I plan for future growth?
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  • Cloud ModelCompute, Storage, Network FabricCloudApps You don’t have 1 cloud, you have multiple clouds and they sit on your infrastructure and share your infrastructureConcepts are actually in the product (land that we have this and think about it in the product).When you think about managing a private cloud, you want to ensure that you provide the resources in a way that effectively delivers the cloud resources without compromising the integrity of your infrastructure. You private cloud is:Optimized – Dynamically adjusting the resources to accommodate loadI need to ensure that my applications get the resources they need when they need them, and I can handle these changes dynamically.Controlled – Assuring the correct people are accessing the correct resourcesI need a way to control the amount of resources I assign to my application owners. I want them to have self service, but I want to place limits on what they are using.Systematic – Updating the applications or services with approved updatesI need a more systematic approach to application updates. I would like to update once and push those updates to all deployed services. Right-Sized – Understanding the resources utilization of your cloud now and forecasting for future growthI need to know before I outgrow capacity, and be able to plan for future growth?
  • I need to ensure that I can handle my dynamically changing environmentOptimize Resource Utilization and Load Balance Workloads DynamicallyDynamically Optimize the Infrastructure to accommodate changes in workloadBetter Utilization of Existing ResourcesSystem Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager
  • When you have created your cloud infrastructure, you want to ensure that the resources are being used to the best advantage and that the workloads will automatically adjust to the changes in demand
  • How do we handle dynamically changing workloads?As System Center notices that the workloads upon a particular hypervisor pass a threshold, they will automatically adjust the VM distribution to better handle the current load, and as we all know, this load will change depending on many factors (time of day/month, popularity of the application, seasonality, etc.) and you need to adjust the workloads throughout the day, and you don’t want to have to sit there and watch it all the time.
  • ResourcesOptimizes for CPU, Memory, Disk IO and Network IOOptimizes when resource usage goes above DO thresholdConsiders overall cluster statusNew UI enhancements for simplified control - NEWManual and Automatic modeDefault is manualUser defined frequency Default is 10 minutesConfigurable aggressivenessMore aggressive = More migrations = More balanced
  • ResourcesOptimizes for CPU, Memory, Disk IO and Network IOOptimizes when resource usage goes above DO thresholdConsiders overall cluster statusNew UI enhancements for simplified control - NEWManual and Automatic modeDefault is manualUser defined frequency Default is 10 minutesConfigurable aggressivenessMore aggressive = More migrations = More balanced
  • I need to ensure that the Application Owners only use the amount of Resources I grant them for the Resources I assign them.Quota, Resource, and Access ControlQuota policies at a per user, per group, and per cloud level to ensure resource availability, Create User Roles and Assign User Roles to Individual CloudsControl of how much of my resources are being used with Control of access to resourcesSystem Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager
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  • With the private cloud, you want to ensure that the correct people have access to the resources that that you control. To accomplish this, we have created access control capabilities to give you fine-grainedThe Administrator and Delegated Administrator has full control to the underlying Infrastructure and all of the fabric. While the Administrator has access to the entire VMM environment, the Delegated Administrator has the control over the delegated host groups assigned.The Self-Service User will have access to just clouds, and there you can set revocable actions in a quota controlled environment. This gives you the ability to specify what actions these users can do and how much of the cloud resources they can consume.
  • Shareable ObjectsProfiles (Hardware, Guest OS, Application, SQL)Templates (VM, Service)Virtual machine Service
  • Example of Team vs. User 40 for the team 8 for each userVMs in Library are not counted against Quota Dimension
  • I need to be able to quickly patch and update deployed services whether the application or the operating system is updated.Decrease Effort to Update Existing Applications and OS ImagesService Template Model allows me to update a piece of the Service within the Template and push it out to all deployed Services from that templateOS Image UpdatesReduced Operational Costs and Time for Application and OS MaintenanceSystem Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager
  • Goal of the slideClick down on Server Application Virtualization (SAV), a game-changing technology that is part of System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager.Talking points SAV dramatically simplifies maintaining standardized application services in your private cloud. SAV optimizes your applications (including a subset of existing applications) for private-cloud deployments with sequenced state separation between the application and underlying virtual infrastructure. Further, it dramatically simplifies upgrades and maintenance with image-based configuration and management techniques that reduce administrative effort and expense.It might be good to pick one application and OS combination in your organization that meets the SAV pre-requisites listed below (scroll down).Let’s look at a scenario in which you can update the business logic–tier of a three-tier application using image-based updates to a previously deployed application service. An image-based approach is where one or more new virtual instances (or VMs) are created, typically from an updated virtual image. Virtual Machine Manager moves the running application into these new VMs, and shuts down any VMs that the application was previously running.Let’s say we need to update the middle-tier business logic of a running application, so we must install the application’s code in the new VM. This should be pretty straightforward if the application maintains no state within its VM. But applications often make local changes within their VMs, such as modifying the Windows registry or relying on local configuration files. So moving the application successfully to a new VM might require moving this state as well.Virtual Machine Manager can accomplish this by wrapping the application code in an SAV package. Through sequencing, SAV can detect and track any local-state changes the application makes. When the running application is moved into a new VM, the SAV package moves its current state as well, including registry changes and configuration files. Because image-based updates can install a new VM image beneath a running application, it allows a separation of applications and VM images. This eliminates the need to have a separate VM image for each application that uses that image. Instead, an organization might choose to use the same small set of VM images for many applications, combining them as needed with service templates. Managing fewer VM images is simpler, cheaper, and less error-prone.SAV supports application components belonging to the .NET and Java application frameworks as long as they meet the pre-requisites. See additional details on what’s supported (and what’s not) in System Center 2012 by scrolling down to the FAQ section below._______________________________________________________________________________Server Application Virtualization FAQ What is Microsoft Server Application Virtualization (SAV)? SAV is conceptually similar to the Client Application Virtualization solutions that Microsoft’s customers have been using for some time now as part of MDOP. SAV is a packaging technology that helps customers optimize existing data center operations by logically abstracting applications from the underlying infrastructure. SAV enables customers to separate the application configuration and state from the underlying operating system and achieves this abstraction without requiring changes to application code.How does SAV work?SAV packages server applications into “XCopyable” images, which can then be easily and efficiently deployed and started using Virtual Machine Manager for System Center 2012 without an installation process. SAV offers a sequencer to abstract the application from the operating system thereby enabling IT organizations to maintain fewer application and OS images resulting in reduced updating and maintenance.Why should you care about SAV?SAV is a crucial piece of technology to enable the private cloud:Unlocks significant benefits for our customersWorks for existing applications—Customers can deploy a sub-set of existing application components in private-cloud environments without necessarily having to rewrite or rearchitect those application components. Since the application is abstracted from the infrastructure, you could think of SAV as a bridge to unlock application mobility across private clouds and public clouds (for example, Windows Azure).Comprehensive application and infrastructure manageability—SAV simplifies provisioning, deployment, and servicing by enabling image-based management techniques. Dramatically reduce operational expense—Maintaining fewer application and OS images requires reduced administrative effort.2. Strong proof point to our private cloud and System Center 2012 messageSAV technology is a strong supporting proof point to Microsoft’s “service-centric” approach to private and public cloud management. By providing customers with a bridging technology to deploy and manage applications across private and public clouds, SAV strongly amplifies the message we’re trying to land with the System Center 2012 releases. 3. Strong VMware differentiationVMware does not have equivalent technology as they don’t have the deep understanding of application and service models like Microsoft.Q. What application types and components are supported by SAV in System Center 2012?OS supportSAV supports server OS platforms only. Both x86 (where applicable) and x64 versions of Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008 R2 are supported. All editions are supported with one exception—the Server Core edition is supported for Windows Server 2008 R2 only. Application virtualization supportIIS—SAV supports applications that install web sites, virtual directories, and application pools. With SAV, you can easily virtualize applications that create these components on IIS 6.0, IIS 7.0, and IIS 7.5.Windows Services—Many server applications install Windows services. With SAV, you can sequence an application which creates Windows services. When a virtual package is deployed to a server, you will see the same services in the Windows Service Control manager as you would see with a native installation of the application.COM/DCOM/COM+—SAV Sequencer captures COM/DCOM/COM+ components created by the application installer. These components are registered during deployment time so that they can be consumed by other applications or processes. You can also see these components with tools such as dcomcnfg.WMI—Many data center applications create WMI components, such as WMI providers or classes during the application installation. With an SAV virtualized package, you won’t miss any of these components when the package is deployed!Local users and Groups—Unlike desktop applications, it is common for data center applications to create local users or groups as part of the installation process. Many files also contain references to user or group security IDs to restrict access to certain users and groups. SAV is capable of capturing local users and groups created during sequencing of the application and recreating them at deployment time. Any references to the SIDs are also maintained automatically.SSRS—In SAV, we built a special component to handle the virtualization of applications that install SQL Services Reporting Services as part of the installation process. Therefore, if your application uses SSRS, you can use SAV to virtualize it! Does not support applications that install the following componentsDrivers—If your application installs drivers, SAV won’t install the drivers on deployment machines. Some applications have drivers that are installable separately. If this is the case for your application, you can install the driver first and then sequence the application with SAV sequencer. Before you deploy the package, you should also install the driver to the deployment servers.SharePoint—SAV does not support virtualization of SharePoint or virtualization of an application that installs SharePoint as part of the installation process. If your application uses SharePoint, check if it can connect to an external SharePoint server. If so, you can virtualize the application without installing SharePoint during the sequencing process. SQL Server—SAV does not support SQL Server virtualization. If your application requires SQL Server, you will need to point the installer to a previously deployed SQL Server instance on another machine during sequencing time and update the deployment configuration information to point to an appropriate (again, previously deployed) instance at deployment time. Can SAV enable customers to seamlessly migrate applications between their private cloud and public cloud (such as Windows Azure)?Not today. Most customers tell us that mobility of applications within their on-premises private cloud is their top priority. We’ve enabled that in a significant way with Virtual Machine Manager for System Center 2012, which has application and service modeling capabilities that take advantage of SAV technology. We will continue to take customer and market feedback to engineer mobility between private and public clouds for a broad set of server applications. To be clear, no company offers seamless mobility across clouds for server applications today—VMware might claim mobility, but they essentially move VMs around (with no understanding of application state or service models as mentioned above). How can customers access SAV? We’re shipping SAV as part of System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager. In December 2010, we also announced a private, by-invitation-only SAV CTP for Windows Azure. In this way, we’re making the same underlying packaging and sequencing technology available for both private and public cloud scenarios, which is consistent with our “common management” vision. We will update you as soon as additional details are available.
  • Breakdown of how the Service template comes together to deliver the application.Infra and Fabric will cover the HW profile and OS profile content.TemplateStarting point for services and source of truthSpecifies machine and connectivity requirementsDeployed services are always linked to their templatesEnables servicing of the instancesInstanceGroups of machines that work togetherIncludes machine definitions as well as applicationsNative application types:Web Applications (WebDeploy)Virtual Applications (Server App-V Package)Database Applications (SQL DAC)
  • For managing the service, we leverage the template model where we can update elements in the template and apply them to the deployed services. The template is the “Source of Truth” for the service and as we make modifications and publish those changes, we can see which services need to be updated. We use the concept of “Upgrade Domains” to provide the ability to update the tiers while helping to keep the service available.We have two types of updates, In Place Updates and Image Based Updates.In Place Updates – Update the application or virtual machine specifications which can be applied to the existing version off the OS. Update the Service without replacing the OS imageImage Based Updates – Update to the OS can be applied by replacing the OS underneath the application. With this, the process would be to lift up the application, saving the state, replace the OS, drop the application back onto the updated system and then restore the state.
  • The template for the VM is the “Source of Truth” for the VM.We can now deploy some services off of that template.We want to make updates to the application and apply them to the template. In this example we are making updates to the application running in the middle tier.After updating the template we can now “Set” the template which allows us to correlate the services that used the older template. Once the template is set, the Service moves into a “Pending Service Update” mode.At this point you can apply the changes and the service is now running with the updated application.
  • The template for the VM is the “Source of Truth” for the VM.We can now deploy some services off of that template.We want to make updates to the application and apply them to the template. In this example we are making updates to the application running in the middle tier.After updating the template we can now “Set” the template which allows us to correlate the services that used the older template. Once the template is set, the Service moves into a “Pending Service Update” mode.At this point you can apply the changes and the service is now running with the updated application.
  • Am I outgrowing Capacity and how do I plan for future growthPlan for Future GrowthReporting on Current Infrastructure and Analytics ServicesPredictable Growth of ResourcesSystem Center 2012 Operations Manager, Virtual Machine Manager
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  • System Center 2012 SP1 has many more features and here is a sample of some of the exciting ones customers can expect
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