1. Compliance Challenges in a Virtualized Environment<br />Ran Nahmias<br />Dir. Virtualization & Cloud Solutions<br />
2. Presenter<br />Ran Nahmias<br />Director, Virtualization and Cloud Solutions<br />Net Optics, Inc.<br />Over 15 years of experience in networking, security, desktop and server virtualization in engineering, product management and deployment roles for market leaders such as Check Point Software Technologies, Nice Systems, Microsoft and Net Optics.<br />
3. Agenda<br /><ul><li>Data Center in 2011
4. Virtualization in the Data Center
5. Monitoring and Compliance in virtualized areas of the Data Center </li></li></ul><li> Data Center trends and predictions for 2011 <br /><ul><li>Data Centers will continue to grow in 2011; exponential growth of data will necessitate expansion.
6. Virtualization deployment increasing year over year in data centers.
7. According to Garter, over 30% of x86 architectureservers workloads running on VMs
8. Industry figures describe up to 60% virtualization indata centers. 20%-25% seems more realistic inaverage (some areas higher, some areas not virtualized at all) </li></li></ul><li> Convergence @ the Data Center<br />Hypervisor Virtual Servers<br />Physical Servers<br /><ul><li>Most enterprise data centers now have physical servers and infrastructure as well as a virtual environment.
9. Physical still bigger than virtual, but the gap is shrinking </li></ul>Monitoring <br />tools<br />
10. The visibility challenge in the hybrid data center<br />Hypervisor Virtual Servers<br />Physical Servers<br />VM-1<br />VM-2<br />VM-3<br />Server 1<br />Server 2<br />Server 3<br />Virtual Switch<br />VMWare ESX<br /><ul><li>Current monitoring tools deployed on physical networks
11. Traffic from VMs to external peers visible on wired network
12. Inter-VM traffic hidden from wired network and the deployed tools</li></ul>Monitoring <br />tools<br />