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We will discuss the deployment of Sage 300 ERP in today's typical virtualized environments. We will examine various issues that relate to configuration, optimization, disaster recovery, and other ...

We will discuss the deployment of Sage 300 ERP in today's typical virtualized environments. We will examine various issues that relate to configuration, optimization, disaster recovery, and other relevant topics.

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  • Sage 300 ERPAdvanced Virtualization Optimization
  • Introduction• Peter Singh Customer Support Specialist• In this session, we will discuss the deployment of Sage 300 ERP in todays typical virtualized environments. We will examine various issues that relate to configuration, optimization, disaster recovery, and other relevant topics.• Follow Sage 300 ERP Customer Support: @sage300erpcs• Sage 300 ERP Community: http://community.sageaccpac.com/• Follow me on Twitter: <https://twitter.com/#!/sinpa01
  • Agenda• What is Virtualization• Virtualization Software• Advantages of Virtualization• vCloud• Optimization and Performance• Virtualization Architecture• Q&A View slide
  • What is Virtualization• Virtualization is a creation of Virtual over an Actual Complete Machine• Virtual can be a Hardware Platform, Operating System, Storage Device or Network Resource• Virtual is a set of files, running programs on an actual, physical machine (which the user need not necessarily be aware of)• Virtualization is used to centralize administrative tasks while improving scalability and overall hardware-resource utilization View slide
  • Virtualization Software• VMware Desktop & Enterprise Software • VMware ESX and VMware ESXi • Market leader in terms of virtualization management tools is VMware• Hyper-V Server 2008 • Windows Server 2008 R2 OS platform you can download Hyper-V Server at no cost.• Citrix Xen Server • XenServer
  • Advantages of Virtualization• Lower number of physical servers• Implementing a server consolidation strategy• Having each application within its own "virtual server"• Standard virtual server, build many, easy duplication• Deploy multiple operating systems• Affordable Recovery• Desktop Management Control• Protect all applications running
  • vCloud• Public Cloud: Management Software and infrastructure technology to enable customers to move their applications to the cloud.• Hosted Cloud: Offer enterprise customers all the benefits of cloud computing services—delivered on dedicated servers with exclusive network access control to meet their requirements.• On-Premise Cloud: Increase IT agility by hosting a private cloud that gives your workers the flexibility they demand while helping to optimize datacenter utilization.
  • vCloudAmazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)• http://aws.amazon.com/ec2/Web Service Provides Resizable Compute Capacity in Cloud. Itpresents a true virtual computing environment.• Allows you to obtain and configure with minimal friction• Provides you with complete control of computing resource and environment• Variety of operating systems, custom applications and environments
  • vCloudAmazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)• Scalability upgrading as your computing requirements change• Allowing you to pay only for capacity that you actually use• Manage your network access permissions• Elastic Virtual Images as you desire• Run on Multiple Locations• Reliable and Secure Service
  • Virtual Optimization• Architectural Design o Number of Servers and their Duties• Hardware o Disk Space, CPU Usage and Memory• Performance level o Number of Users, Software Usage and Licenese’s• Assembly Level o Data Storage, Backup and Recovery
  • Virtualization ArchitectureExample of an Mid –Size Sage ERP 300 UserSales, Demo and Needs Analysis:• Architectural Design o Application Server – IIS Server – Database Server o Number Server = 3• Hardware o Disk Space: o 100 gb Application Server o 50 gb IIS Server o 300 gb Database Server (*RAID 1+0)
  • Virtualization Architecture o CPU Usage: o 4 Application Server o 4 IIS Server o 4 Database Server (Standard Edition Software) o Memory: o 12 gb ram o 8 gb ram o 32 gb ram o Nic Card: o 3 o Dell – Best Practices for Vmware, Hyper V o Dell PowerEdge Blade Servers
  • Virtualization ArchitectureExample of an Mid –Size Sage ERP 300 User• Performance level o Number of Users: 10–20–SQL Processor o Software Usage: 8–15 o License – Lanpak, CRM, Network, Concurrent Usage and Process License• Assembly Level o Data Storage – Transaction Logs – Number of Drives o Backup & Recovery
  • Virtualization Architecture• Mid-Size Organization VMware Win 2008 Win 2008 Win 2008 IIS Terminal SQL 2008 CRM Server Portal Sage 300 ERP Memory – 64 GB CPU – 12 Disk Space - 2 TB
  • Virtualization Architecture• Mid-Size Organization Hyper V Win 7 Win 2008 Win 2008 Win 2008 Client IIS Terminal SQL 2008 CRM Server Portal Sage 300 ERP
  • Virtualization Architecture• Large Enterprise – VMware Win 2008 Win 2008 Win 2008 Win 2008 Win 2008 Win 2008 Win 2008 Win 2008 SQL IIS Recovery File T-Server T-Server T-Server T-Server CRM Server Sage 300 Sage 300 Sage 300 Sage 300 Share ERP ERP ERP ERP data
  • VMware Sphere Client
  • Virtualization ArchitectureIssues Reported To Support• Performance o Images o Resources• License o Obtain Licenses from Microsoft treaded the same
  • Questions:• Presenter Contact Information: – Peter Singh – Peter.Singh@sage.com – Twitter hashtag <Presenter and/or Product hashtag>• Follow us on Twitter: @Sage300ERPCSThank you for your participation.