VMworld 2013: Directions in VMware EUC & the Multi-Device, Virtual Workspace

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VMworld 2013: Directions in VMware EUC & the Multi-Device, Virtual Workspace

  1. 1. Directions in VMware EUC & the Multi-Device, Virtual Workspace Scott Davis, VMware Daniel Beveridge, VMware EUC4544 #EUC4544
  2. 2. 2 Disclaimer  This presentation may contain product features that are currently under development.  This overview of new technology represents no commitment from VMware to deliver these features in any generally available product.  Features are subject to change, and must not be included in contracts, purchase orders, or sales agreements of any kind.  Technical feasibility and market demand will affect final delivery.  Pricing and packaging for any new technologies or features discussed or presented have not been determined.
  3. 3. 5 Then:  Tethered, known location  IT approved, purchased and supported applications  Single OS  Uniform systems  Predictable refresh/upgrade cycle  Secure data repository “One employee, one computer. The only difference – some had handles”
  4. 4. 6 Now:  Multiple locations  Unlimited, unvalidated, employee-sourced SaaS applications  Multiple OS, multiple versions  Diverse systems  Multiple, unknown data repositories “..employees can carry their work [and your data] in their pockets…”
  5. 5. 7 We Focused and Standardized, But Change Didn’t Stop  A new way to work  Not just Windows anymore New Device Platforms  SaaS, mobile apps  Quantity is increasing New Apps  Collaboration with partners, contractors, and customers  Productivity through better technology New User Expectations
  6. 6. 8 The Bigger Picture
  7. 7. 9 Apps Data Apps Data From Client/Server to Mobile/Cloud: End-to-End Infrastructure
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  10. 10. 12 07/27/2013 16:32:17 LATITUDE: N 47°55.512’ LONGITUDE: E 8°29.804’
  11. 11. 13 01/27/2013 16:32:17 LATITUDE: N 47°55.512’ LONGITUDE: E 8°29.804’
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  13. 13. 16 What We Need Now: EUC Transformation Front-End Transformation
  14. 14. 17 Why is this so hard?  What we have now is outdated  Bewildering choice  Velocity of change  We can’t start again  No compromise on security; threat is only rising  The clock is ticking
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  16. 16. 19  VMware Horizon Workspace delivers a single secure workspace to any device, desktop, laptop, BYOD or mobile  End-user benefits include device freedom & anytime, anywhere access  Admin benefits include simpler, centralized, user-centric, policy-based mgmt. Horizon Workspace Strategy: User Centric Computing
  17. 17. 20  VMware Horizon Mirage and Horizon View modernize the management and delivery of traditional Windows desktops and apps  Facilitate the journey to the User-Centric Era • End-user benefits include availability, access and mobility • Admin benefits include enhanced security, agility and reduced OPEX • Add Horizon Workspace for non-Windows devices Desktop Strategy: Modernize and Evolve to User-Centric
  18. 18. 21 From a Windows Desktop to a Multi-Device Workspace  Device  OS  Apps  Data  Profile
  19. 19. 22 Multi-Device Virtual Workspace
  20. 20. 23 With Appropriate Compliance/Control
  21. 21. 24 Centrally managed Windows images deployed locally on devices Datacenter hosted virtual desktops Horizon View Horizon Mirage Security Remote & Roaming Access Offline Flexibility Native Performance Synchronization Windows as a Service – Horizon View & Horizon Mirage Thin/zero clients Tablets PCs Laptops Macs
  22. 22. 25 VDI 1.0 Data Center $$$
  23. 23. 26 Welcome to VDI 2.0 Data Center
  24. 24. 27 3D Graphics for VDI 2.0  Most flexible platform – Soft 3D, Shared HW, Dedicated Passthrough  Broadest coverage of both users and use cases  Highest scalability Task Worker Power User Workstation UserKnowledge Worker Soft Shared Direct
  25. 25. 28 End-User Experience with Unity Touch: Ease of Use
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  27. 27. 30 View Composer Image Management
  28. 28. 31 Reduce Desktop TCO with a “Virtual SAN” on Local Storage Benefits  Simplified management and administration  Eliminates the need for storage sizing and design  Reduce CAPEX costs of VDI Virtual SAN Horizon View on Software Defined Storage
  29. 29. 32 Mirage Image Management Thin/zero clients Tablets PCs Laptops Macs Data Center Mirage
  30. 30. 33 Horizon View Image Management Thin/zero clients Tablets PCs Laptops Macs Data Center VDI 1.0 UIA + Persona Managed Apps 2 Managed Apps 1 OS
  31. 31. 34 Horizon View Image Management Thin/zero clients Tablets PCs Laptops Macs Data Center Mirage VDI 2.0 OS Managed Apps 1 Managed Apps 2 UIA + Persona
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  33. 33. 36 VDI 2.0 is VDI Evolved!  VDI 2.0 Brings a fuller Windows Experience • Advanced 3D Acceleration • Unity Touch • MMR, UC, Webcam  VDI 2.0 Affordable and High Performance Full Clones • vSAN and new Flash arrays make full clones affordable and high performance • Solve image management challenges with Horizon Mirage  Mirage Image Management with Linked Clones • Image diversity w App Layers • User Installed Apps
  34. 34. 37 The prevalence of virtual desktops in enterprises today makes the inclusion of that workload in hybrid cloud strategies imperative. DaaS in relation to a Hybrid Cloud Strategies Per Gartner’s Magic Quadrant report:  Almost 50% of all server VM’s are now HVD VMs.  Roughly 4% of all server VMs are running in cloud providers.  Approximately 50% of large enterprises have already deployed a private cloud service as a pilot project and about half are building strategies for hybrid cloud interoperability Gartner “Magic Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualization Infrastructure” by Thomas J. Bittman, George J. Weiss, Mark A. Margevicius, Philip Dawson, June 2013.
  35. 35. 38 Continuing VMware’s Strategy for Desktop as a Service 2 Years of Success enabling Public Cloud DaaS with Desktone Now is the time to leverage the power of Hybrid Cloud Services
  36. 36. 39 DaaS Cloud Adapter Tenant 1 Today: Consume DaaS from the Hybrid Cloud Tenant 2 Horizon View DaaS Customer Existing VMware Infrastructure Extend Infrastructure to vCloud Hybrid Services
  37. 37. 41 DaaS Cloud Adapter Tenant 1 Future: Extend VMware View to the Hybrid Cloud Tenant 2 Existing Horizon View Customer “Hybrid Cloud Pool”
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  39. 39. 43 VMware Horizon Workspace serves both IT and end users Get access to a secure workspace that contains the user’s files, apps, and Windows desktops on any device END USERS IT ADMINS
  40. 40. 44 What’s Inside the Workspace for End Users Any Device FilesApps Desktop Security + Policy • Persistent and centralized identity • Integrated with directory services (AD) • Single sign on (SaaS, View) • Enterprise application catalog • Apps customized for the device platform • Access to View desktops • File sync and sharing • Sync across devices • Sharing with internal and external users • Consistent experience across devices Single Hub for Accessing All Business Apps, Files and Windows Desktops
  41. 41. 45 VMware Horizon Workspace Serves Both IT and End Users Single management console for administration, managing security, and user entitlement policies END USERS IT ADMINS
  42. 42. 46 Mobile management is evolving USER OWNED UNMANAGED IT OWNED MANAGED Unrestricted Personal Device Corporate-Owned Devices Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) Corporate-Owned Personally Enabled (COPE) Manage Corporate Workspace Only of workers believe their smartphones should be enabled for work and personal 92% Device Apps & Data Corporate Apps & Data
  43. 43. 47 Secure mobile workspace management IT Admin Android (Available in limited markets) IOS (Upcoming release) Challenge  Users want to use a single mobile device  Keep personal data private  IT doesn’t want to be liable for personal content  Protect sensitive corporate data and take control of mobile apps and updates Solution  A mobile workspace that is completely enterprise- owned and controlled  Ability to provision, manage, and remove corporate data and applications on employees’ devices Benefit  Complete separation of personal and corporate data—IT is not liable for personal content  Support for corporate security, compliance and privacy policies  Corporate data is encrypted and isolated  Solves Android fragmentation problem
  44. 44. 48 VMware Ready devices in US LG Intuition Motorola Razr M Samsung Galaxy S3 Samsung Galaxy S4 Motorola Razr HD  HTC Droid DNA  HTC One  LG G2 (on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile)  Motorola Droid Ultra Lineup (3 devices)  Plus more… Next in Line:
  45. 45. 49 iOS: Apple redefines the game with iOS 7  Strategy Validation  Role of Application Wrapping  iOS 7, expected Fall 2013 • Control of “Open In” – prevents data leakage • Per-App VPN • Single Sign-On (Kerberos) • Volume Licensing improvements • MDM becomes mandatory for all use cases  Our Approach • Embrace Apple’s APIs; Don’t fight Apple on App Wrapping • Remove App Wrapping from Horizon Workspace • Implement iOS7-based MDM/MAM in an upcoming release • Will still manage apps but will leverage MDM APIs to implement
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  47. 47. 51 EUC – Your Virtual Workspace for the Mobile Cloud Era
  48. 48. 52 Other VMware Activities Related to This Session  HOL: HOL-MBL-1301 Horizon View from A to Z HOL-MBL-1304 Horizon Workspace - Explore and Deploy HOL-MBL-1309 Horizon Mirage - Manage Physical Desktops  Group Discussions: EUC1002-GD, EUC1003-GD Overall EUC with Scott Davis or John Dodge
  49. 49. THANK YOU
  50. 50. Directions in VMware EUC & the Multi-Device, Virtual Workspace Scott Davis, VMware Daniel Beveridge, VMware EUC4544 #EUC4544

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