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  • SLIDE: Horizon MobileHorizon Mobile is another great example of how the EUC platform enables IT to appropriately extend the reach of their corporate policy outside of the organization CLICKThe workforce brings in a mobile device of their choice with their existing personal phone planCLICKHorizon Mobile enables IT to provision a separate, isolated “work phone” to that personal device. This ensures the right amount of policy and security control for corporate mobile services while simultaneously providing end users with device flexibility.
  • Cloud is a style of computing where scalable and elastic IT-related capabilities are provided as a service toexternal customers using Internet technologies.Traditional business applications and platforms are too complicated and expensive. They need a data center, a complex software stack and a team of experts to run them.
  • U n i v e r s i t y o f T o l e d o , T o l e d o , O h i o Established in 1842, the University of Toledo is located in the city ofToledo in Ohio. The university provides undergraduate coursesranging from liberal arts to business administration; graduate degreesin nursing, education, medicine, and law, among others; adult andlifelong learning courses; and online learning options. The school hasroughly 24,000 students studying in multiple buildings across threecampuses, including a medical center. The University of Toledomaintains about 14,000 machines and has over 5,000 staffers."The real thing that made me decide to choose virtualization was cost,"said Godfrey Ovwigho, Ph.D., the university’s vice president forinformation technology and CIO. He was familiar with remotedeployment from previous jobs and found it to be a better way tostreamline operations. "I was looking for ways to hold down costs andto make IT more responsive when it comes to provisioning desktopsand being able to provide adequate support," he said. "Ownership onindividual desktops was becoming too expensive, and I was lookingfor better ways to provide support."The university researched desktop virtualization solutions fromVMware, Citrix, and Microsoft, eventually choosing VMware basedon pricing and functionality. At that point, the university also realizedthat it could get discounts by buying through a prenegotiated statewidecontract, giving it significant savings on thousands of licenses. Most ofthe university’s PC hardware is from Dell, and most of its thin clients©2011 IDC Government Insights #GI227444 Page 7(200 to 300 so far) are Wyse terminals. When the implementation iscomplete, the university will support about 50% thin clients and 50%PCs with a virtual desktop window. The university already supportsPCs, Macintosh computers, and Linux computers, in many casessqueezing an additional year or two out of the machines.On the client side, cost savings were substantial, with more than a 50%reduction in related expenses. Meanwhile, the time needed toprovision critical applications dropped to less than 30 minutes fromabout 4 hours per computer. The full implementation, including 5TBof storage, cost less than $1 million. The investments came out ofexisting IT department budgets. No special spending was provided orneeded. Ovwigho said that the university handled the fullimplementation in-house and required only a couple of visits from aVMware technician. Prior to the start of the project, his office wasspending over 20% of its budget on PCs and PC maintenance. Nowthat number is under 6%. Most of the savings comes from reducedhardware costs and maintenance costs, said Ovwigho. "The softwarelicense is the same whether we’re virtual or not," he noted. Ovwighowas able to eliminate a couple of staff positions and also cut computerlab part-time student helper positions through attrition from over 84positions to under 40 positions.
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    • 1. Graphic CloudIT new ERA Computing 1
    • 2. Agenda• IT new ERA• Cloud computing• Desktop virtualization• Server virtualization• Best practices• Demo• Q&A
    • 3. IT new ERA 2020 ?
    • 4. People Are Working Differently and Have High Expectations ACCESS: 37% use do-it-yourself tech 97% carry > 2 devices OS ACCESS APPS: 2015 Mobile App Market $38B DEVICES APPS DEVICES: 2010 Shipments Tablets + Smartphones > PC 2015 shipments 1.1B cell phones, 300M tabletsTransition to the Post-PC Era Has Already Begun
    • 5. IT is Under Pressure from Every Direction STUCK IN A OS ACCESS VICIOUS SPIRAL DEVICES APPS
    • 6. Transition to the Post-PC Era: A Process, Not an Event Installed base of enterprise applications100% OS Neutral 75% 50% 25% CROSSOVER POINT Windows Source: Gartner, 2011 0% 1996 2011 2020Evolution, not revolution: Keep users working
    • 7. VMware EUC Platform for the Post-PC Era SIMPLIFY MANAGE CONNECT Desktop Service Universal Services Broker App Catalog Service End Users Users, Desktops, Apps, Data Policies Secure Data Universal Service Access
    • 8. Break the Cycle and Move to the Post-PC Era Escape to Your Cloud Embrace Improve what the Cloud you have now
    • 9. Improve New Appswhat you Project Octopushave now Project AppBlastPrepare toBreak Out Horizon ThinApp ThinApp View 5 View Better Desktops, Better Applications
    • 10. View and ThinApp: Deliver Desktops as a Managed Service SIMPLIFY MANAGE CONNECT View Desktop ThinApp Service View Broker View ThinApp App Catalog Service End Users Users, Desktops, Apps, Data Policies Secure Data Universal Service Access
    • 11. Embrace New AppsThe Cloud Project Octopus Project AppBlastShake offthe Legacy Horizon Horizon ThinApp View 5 Your Policy, Your Cloud
    • 12. Horizon: Your Bridge to the Cloud and Mobile SIMPLIFY MANAGE CONNECT Desktop Service Horizon App Catalog Service End Users Users, Desktops, Apps, Data Policies Data Secure Universal Service Access
    • 13. Horizon Mobile: Bridging Personal, Enterprise Mobile WorkspacesPersonal Enterprise• Unrestricted access to personal • Virtual “Work” Phone - fully- data and applications encrypted Runs Locally• Make calls, share pictures • Fully Managed by IT• Personal („home‟) phone • Corporate applications and cannot be altered by IT Infrastructure support • Complete Separation and Isolation
    • 14. Escape To New Apps New AppsYour Project Octopus Project OctopusCloud Project AppBlast Project AppBlastCompleteYour Escape Horizon ThinApp View 5
    • 15. Project AppBlast: Universal Application Access SIMPLIFY MANAGE CONNECT Desktop Service HTML 5 Horizon HTML 5 App Catalog Service End Users Users, Desktops, Apps, Data Policies Data Secure Universal Service Access
    • 16. Project Octopus: Secure Data Sync and Collaboration Service SIMPLIFY MANAGE CONNECT Desktop Service Horizon App Catalog Service End Users Users, Desktops, Apps, Data Policies Secure Data Universal Service Access
    • 17. Horizon: Setting Application, Data, and Device Policies SIMPLIFY MANAGE CONNECT Desktop Federated Service User Usage Device File / Data Payment Directory Entitlements, Tracking Policies Policies Services Services Settings, & & Reporting Policies Horizon HTML 5 App Catalog Service End Users Users, Apps, Data Policies Data Secure Universal Service Access
    • 18. VMware End User Apps: Connect Users via Social Applications SIMPLIFY MANAGE CONNECT Desktop Service End Users Horizon App Catalog Service End Users Users, Desktops, Apps, Data Policies Secure Data Universal End Users Service Access
    • 19. VMware End User Apps: Connect Users via Social Applications SIMPLIFY MANAGE CONNECT Desktop Service End Users Horizon App Catalog Service End Users Users, Desktops, Apps, Data Policies Secure Data Universal End Users Service Access
    • 20. Summary: The VMware Platform for the Post-PC Era SIMPLIFY MANAGE CONNECT VMware View VMware ThinApp Desktop Service End UsersVMware Horizon Horizon Project AppBlast App Catalog End Users Service Users, Desktops, Apps, Data Policies Project Octopus Secure Data Universal End Users Service Access
    • 21. VMware EUC Platform for the Post-PC Era SIMPLIFY MANAGE CONNECT Desktop Service Universal Services Broker App Catalog Service End Users Users, Desktops, Apps, Data Policies Secure Data Universal Service Access
    • 22. Cloud computing Green Don’t Consume if you don’t use Conserve Energy
    • 23. Cloud computing model Software as a Service (SaaS) Corporate Email CRM, ERP, HR Business Processes The Cloud Platform Platform as a Service (PaaS) Java Runtime Web 2.0 Runtime LAMP / WAMP Software Platform Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Virtual Servers Virtual Storage Network Routers Virtualized CPUs and Storage Datacenters
    • 24. Cloud computing service map
    • 25. Why Desktop Virtualization Advanced Mobility Enhanced Security Reducing IT Costs Improved Application Streamlined Management Access Data Apps Computing
    • 26. The Costs of Managing PCs is Staggering For every $1 spent on hardware, companies spend $3 to manage… Increasing IT costs $3 $3 $1 CAPEX OPEX
    • 27. Analyze & Visualize End-to-End View Infrastructure Centralized Virtual Desktops vCenter Operations for View VMWARE Parent VIEW MANAGER Image Thin Client VMWARE Desktop VIEW COMPOSER Local Mode VMWARE Tablets THINAPPClients Network vSphere Storage View Application
    • 28. The Move To Virtual Desktops is PervasiveWho Will Be Your Desktop Virtualization Which Vendor(s) Do You PlanVendor? to Use for Desktop Virtualization? 73% Production in progress 62% VMware 54% Production in 2011 46% 2009 Production in 2012 2010 Pilot in progress Citrix Pilot in 2011 Pilot in 2012 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% Citrix VMware Source: Goldman Sachs IT Spending Survey, Jan. 2011 Source: Morgan Stanley CIO Survey, Jan. 2011
    • 29. Improving the Total Cost of Ownership Impact on Helpdesk/Service Desk Without View With View Average time spent per user/year 60 Min. 8 Min. (Desk-side Support) Average number of service calls/month- 1200 600 Drenthe College Impact on PC Deployment Without View With View Average time required to deploy a PC 8 Hours 8 Min. Impact on application patching/updates and upgrades University of Toledo Without View With View Average time spent per user/year 240 Min. 30 Min. (App deployment/patch/upgrade)- Failure Rate when Upgrading Applications- 3%-5% 0%.
    • 30. VMware View Streamlines Desktop Management, Reduces OpEx Streamlined OS and Application Updates through the use of a template  Quick-application updates done in ~30 min/user  Zero downtime while updates occur  Persistent desktops - users keep their persona for a more personalized desktop experience Average cost savings of $500/PC per year with VDI vs. Physical PCs
    • 31. University of Toledo /Ohio/24000 - student14000 – Machine Vmware View5000 – Staffers /VDI/10 – blade chassis
    • 32. Server virtualization 1 Make better use of existing or new infrastructure 2 Save time in managing infrastructure 3 Improve application availability 4 Better protect business data
    • 33. Before VMware After VMware More applications per machine = less machinesServers 10 Servers 3Utilization 8% Utilization 80%Annual cost per server $4,000 Annual cost per $4,000 serverTotal Cost $40,000 Total Cost $12,000 $28,000 in cost avoidance
    • 34. Save time managing infrastructure • Do more work with the same number of % of Time Spent on people = operating cost savings Maintenance • Drivers of productivity improvements 72% include • Zero downtime maintenance • Built-in high availability • Dynamic patching • Instant provisioning 24% • Automated disaster recoveryBefore VMware After VMware
    • 35. Save time during disaster recoveryPhysical Configure Install Configure Install Start “Single-step automatic hardware OS OS backup recovery” agentVirtual Restore Power 40+ hrs VM on VM < 4 hrsEliminate recovery steps • No operating system re-install or bare-metal recovery • No time spent reconfiguring hardwareStandardize recovery process • Consistent process independent of operating system and hardware
    • 36. OCBC NISP Bank /Jakarta Indonesia/5800 - plus1800 – Virtual machine Vmware virtualization144 – physical servers10 – blade chassis
    • 37. AvailabilityHow VMware FT Works Primary Secondary Virtual Machine Virtual Machine VMkernel VMM VMM VMkernel Log Update? DEMO Log Read? Record Logs Log Buffer Log Buffer Heartbeat? Read/Write Read Single Copy of Disks on Shared Storage
    • 38. Enable Fault Tolerance with a Single Click Availability After you turn on Fault Tolerance, the Status tab on the primary virtual machine shows Fault Tolerance information.
    • 39. ScalabilityHost Scalability •Enhanced performance andApp App App AppApp App App App App App App App higher consolidation rates 192 256 VMsOSOSOS OSOS OS VMs OSOSOS OSOS OS – 64-bit VMkernel – 512GB host memory – 64 logical CPUs – 256 virtual machines per host 64 32 Cores 512GB 256 GB Cores
    • 40. Virtual Machine Scalability Scalability •Dynamic scale-up supports much larger workloads – 8-Way Virtual SMP – 256GB RAM – Virtual Machine Hardware App 256 GB Version 7 App • New virtual devices OS • VMDirectPath I/O OS • Hot plug support 8 CPUs
    • 41. Hot Add for Memory and CPU Scalability Virtual Machine > Edit Settings > Options Tab > Memory/CPU Hotplug You must enable Memory and CPU Hot Add so that the options are available on the Hardware tab.
    • 42. Thank you for your attention Q&A

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