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Support you Microsoft cloud with Microsoft services By Anis Chebbi)

  1. 1. palais descongrèsTunis8 et 9 février2012
  2. 2. Support your Microsoft Cloud with Microsoft ServicesAnis ChebbiServices Executive Microsoft TunisiaPatrick MattaSenior IT Manager Microsoft NEPA
  3. 3. Agenda Microsoft’s Cloud approach Implementation Value Proposition and Overview Microsoft Services Cloud Offerings  Data Center Services  Journey to the Cloud Microsoft IT ShowCase: Server Virtualization
  4. 4. 1 Microsoft’s Cloud approach Implementation
  5. 5. 59 markets and36 languages 76 markets and 48 languages 200+ CLOUD SERVICES
  6. 6. The Microsoft Data Center Strategy Approximately 100 Data Centers Distributed Globally Generation 4 Quincy, Washington Chicago, Illinois San Antonio, Texas Dublin, Ireland Data centers
  7. 7. 2 Value Proposition and Overview
  8. 8. What is Cloud computing?On-demand delivery of applications as standardized IT services Dynamic Elastic Self-Service Private Cloud Public Cloud Cloud Computing with Cloud Computing with company resources globally shared resources
  9. 9. What is a Private Cloud? Your focus now shifts to theA Private Cloud presents the OS applications, where you rely onand virtualization resources as a the pool of resources to supply pool of shared resource the right capacity and capabilities Operating System Virtualization Management The resource pool is createdthrough management, based on business rules and executed through automation. You no longer think about numbers of VMs, server ratios, memory or storage but instead on how much compute resources you have access to
  10. 10. Benefits of a Private Cloud Beyond Large-Scale VirtualizationThe Applications use as much or as little of the resource pool as needed Dynamic The Applications can be provisioned by end-users based on business requirements Self-service Operating System Virtualization Management The Applications can be turned on, off, moved & scaled Elasticity The ability to scale is now based on the application’s needs, not limited by the underlying resources; Server, VM, or even the datacenter
  11. 11. Cloud under your controlMOBILITY VM ROLE Private Cloud Public CloudIDENTITYMANAGEMENTDATABASEDEVELOPMENT Slide 12
  12. 12. 3 Microsoft Services Cloud Offerings  Private Cloud : Data Center Services  Public/Hybrid Cloud: Journey to the Cloud
  13. 13. Data Center Management Challenges IT and Business Improve Operational Improve Business Alignment Efficiency Responsiveness  IT service availability  Virtualization still seen  Cloud computing and performance drive as a key driver to increases IT agility investments. reduce operational and cost expectations.  Application-focused costs.  Unpredictable virtualization and  Need to efficiently business demand for management are manage virtualized data center services. increasingly important. environments.  Need for elastic and  Mixed environments  Compliance costs flexible IT capabilities add complexity. continue to rise with to meet business increased regulatory demands. pressures. Centralize Optimize Service Enable Cloud Management, Delivery Invest in Automation Computing
  14. 14. Microsoft Services Datacenter ServicesMicrosoft Services can help you with your planning, deployment,transition, and support for transforming your data center. Datacenter Services Solutions Secure and Optimized Data Well-Managed IaaS Center Data Center Transformation Transformation Transformation Microsoft Services IT Operations Turnkey private cloud and Consulting and Microsoft Services transformational services. Premier Support included in solution. Industry-leading data center principles Infrastructure management automation and design patterns from Microsoft using Opalis and Microsoft® Solution Global Foundation Services. Accelerators. Integrated solution architecture across Windows Server® Hyper- V™, Microsoft® System Center, and Microsoft ® Forefront ® .
  15. 15. Infrastructure as a ServiceOverview • Automated deployment of scale-units (15+1 node cluster). • Tenant interface for automated provisioning of base VMs (Sm, Med, Lrg). • Automated patching of hosts with no downtime to VMs. • Automated fault detection and resolution. • Built-in tenant and admin reporting (incl. cost model). • Automated deployment of management infrastructure. • Can be customized to integrate with business logic. • Designed for general purpose (80% of scenarios). 17 Microsoft Confidential
  16. 16. Infrastructure as a Service ServiceManagement Approve Service Request Investigate Any Investigate Any Issues Issues Security Security Updates ReceivedOrchestration Initiate Update Continue Report Workflow Continue Report Workflow Workflow Workflow Results Workflow ResultsManagement Migrate VMs Initiate Maint. Patch Physical Patch Master Verify Host Verify Patch End Maint. Migrate VMs off Host Mode on Host Host Image Availability Installation Mode on Host off HostAutomation Migrate VMs Run Host Migrate VMs Ensure Separation Health Check BackVirtualization VM Live Verify Hyper-V VM Live Migration Health Migration Servers Patch Verify Server Installation Health Network Verify Network Connectivity Storage Patch Verify Storage Installation Connectivity 18 Microsoft Confidential
  17. 17. The Microsoft Services Advantage Experienced Accountable Worldwide Microsoft Services Engaged from start deployments and can help you deploy your to finish to enable delivery stabilization and Datacenter Services Solution more experience. knowledge transfer effectively. to your IT staff. Knowledge transfer Higher efficiency, of all recommended due to the proven practices, Microsoft methodologies and product expertise, structured and implementation approach. experience. Knowledgeable Efficient 22
  18. 18. Data Center Services ImplementationMicrosoft Services can help you maximize your investment ina private cloud data center strategy through a… Production Architecture and Pilot 3–6 Months* *Includes Assessment and Proof of Concept Proof of Concept 3–4 Weeks Data Center Assessment 3–5 Days 23
  19. 19. Journey To the Cloud Value Model Processes Investment objective Drivers Stakeholders IT Service Feature KPI Strategy Organization Reference Architecture Industry Location Solution architecture Capabilities Scenario Programs and projects Business benefits Technology Market Business change Workload Roadmap Sector Business Case Infrastructure 24
  20. 20. Stakeholder Perspectives Customer Accelerate business objectives Business value driven IT programs Maximize IT investments Enterprise Architect Evidence for opportunity identification Proven practices Improved time to value Domain Experts Extensible model for 3rd party content integration Reduce time to develop content Increase content utilization Value Realization Framework Stable framework with a focus on improvement Enabling others to extend the platform 25
  21. 21. Value Delivery Cycle Prioritization and Planning Initiative Planning Value Initiative Planning Realization Service Delivery Plan and Scorecard Other Strategic Plan Architecture Plan Business Case Value Realization Plan Measure Solution Delivery Microsoft Services Internal IT Partner of Choice Hybrid Governance and Oversight 26
  22. 22. 4 Microsoft IT ShowCase: Server Virtualization
  23. 23. v3Server Virtualization & Cloud
  24. 24. Content • MS IT Environment • What is Microsoft Server Virtualization? • Why Is MSIT Using Hyper-V? • What Is MSIT’s Current Virtualization State? • How Does MSIT Operate Hyper-V? • What Are MSIT’s Lessons Learned With Virtualization? • MSIT Cloud Adoption Strategy • ConclusionsMicrosoft Confidential 2/8/2012 31
  25. 25. MS IT Environment Enterprise Infrastructure First and Best Customer 6 data centers High Scale Processes 11K production servers 240K Windows 7 73,000,000+ internal 5K pre-production servers IMs per month clients 106 countries 111,000+ user 200K Office clients 648 buildings mailboxes 200K or more 300K managed computers 1,200,000+ remote SharePoint Sites connections per month 750K+ managed devices 200K+ end users  Virtual Machines make up more than 55% of our total Windows Server population in MSIT, as of today  About 1600 physical servers of differing configurations host about 7000 Virtual Machines  Highest VM concentrations are in enterprise datacenters Microsoft Confidential 2/8/2012 32
  26. 26. What Is Microsoft Server Virtualization? Virtualization enables a single physical server to host multiple "guest servers", while each guest server perceives itself to be a fully distinct and independent server Each virtual machine has their own representation of hardware, an isolated OS and application environment, and a unique network and security identity Microsoft Confidential
  27. 27. Why Is MSIT Using Hyper-V? Microsoft Confidential 2/8/2012 34
  28. 28. How Does MSIT Implement Hyper-V? The preferred infrastructure platform is the MSIT “Scale Unit” Hyper-V R2 deployments on the Scale Unit utilize 16 node clusters to minimize sunk capacity and maximize flexibility All server consolidation hosts run Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Server Core, with R2 the current standard All virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) hosts run Hyper-V Server R2 Virtual machine configurations and resource allocations are very similar to those of the same workload on a physical machine Microsoft Confidential 2/8/2012 35
  29. 29.  File Services  Print Services  DDS Service (Products Repl.)  Intellimirror Service (MyDocs)  Windows Deployment Services (WDS)  SCCM (SMS)  Read Only Domain ControllerMicrosoft Confidential
  30. 30. How Does MSIT Operate Hyper-V? All virtualization hosts are managed centrally, by a full compliment of tools that are appropriate for the environment and platform System Center Configuration Manager, Operations Manager, and Virtual Machine Manager agents are deployed and provide central administration Hardware support agents, antivirus, and other tools provide additional functions Microsoft Confidential
  31. 31. MSIT Cloud Strategy FY15: 80% apps FY13: 15% in the apps in the Cloud Cloud FY11: Less than 5% apps in theSavings Cloud MSIT Azure Adoption Strategy: Existing Portfolio Evaluation Framework Portfolio Mix in FY15 Apps New apps 50% 20% Apps moved Apps re-20% retired or “last to to Cloud in VM role architected for Cloud 10% written directly to move” Cloud 39 Microsoft Confidential
  32. 32. MSIT Cloud Adoption Strategy: Existing Portfolio Evaluation FrameworkMicrosoft Confidential
  33. 33. What did MSIT learn from its experience withVirtualization? Always strive to “virtualize appropriately” Apply best practices for optimizing performance Provision and manage VMs similarly to physical machines Ensure you maintain capacity slightly ahead of the demand Simplify and standardize the host computer and virtual machine configuration, as much as possible Microsoft Confidential 2/8/2012 41
  34. 34. Conclusions Machine virtualization continues to increase Microsoft IT’s operational efficiency in the server space Use of virtualization has reduced MSIT’s space and power consumption significantly Proper use of virtualization has allowed Microsoft to avoid millions of dollars of capital spend MSIT has been able to pass-along cost savings Machine virtualization and complimentary technologies are critical parts of MSIT’s business strategies and meeting their priorities Microsoft Confidential 2/8/2012 42
  35. 35. © 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION. Slide 43