The role of hyper-v in nist model


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The role of hyper-v in nist model

  1. 1. The Role of Hyper-V in NISTModelGeorgy A. Gadzhiev,IT PRO Evangelist
  2. 2. Let Me Introduce Myself Georgy Adil Gadzhiev IT PRO Evangelist, Microsoft MCT, Independent About 10 years in IT Expert in virtualization, cloud computing, storage systens, server systems, RFID, ZigBee 70+ certificates in IT-related fields
  3. 3. Hyper-V OverviewHyper-V 1.0 - 2008Hyper-V 2.0 - 2009 - Live Migration, CSV, iSCSIHyper-V 2.0 SP1 - 2011- Dynamic Memory,RemoteFXHyper-V 3.0 - 2012
  4. 4. Hyper-V Architecture
  5. 5. Hyper-V 3.0 forthcomingNetwork virtualizationExtensible Hyper-V Virtual SwitchMulti-tenancyNIC teaming as part of Windows Server 8 OSUp to 160 logical processors per hypervisor instanceUp to 32 virtual processors per VMStorage Resource Pools.vhdx disk format supporting virtual hard disks as large as 16TB withpower failure resiliencyVirtual Fibre ChannelOffloaded data transferHyper-V replicaCross-premise connectivityCloud backupVMs can now access up to 512GB of memory eachEach hypervisor instance can now access up to 2TB of memory.Up to 1024 total virtual processors per hostUp to 1024 active VMs per hostUp to 4000 active VMs per failover cluster
  6. 6. The NIST Definition of CloudComputingCloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous,convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool ofconfigurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers,storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidlyprovisioned and released with minimal management effort orservice provider interaction. This cloud model is composed offive essential characteristics, three service models, and fourdeployment models
  7. 7. The NIST Definition of CloudComputing and Hyper-V
  8. 8. The NIST Visual Model of Cloud Computing HybridDeployment CloudsModels Private Community Public Cloud Cloud CloudService Software as a Service Platform as a Service Infrastructure as aModels (SaaS) (PaaS) Service (IaaS) On Demand Self-ServiceEssential Broad Network Access Rapid ElasticityCharacteristics Resource Pooling Measured Service Massive Scale Resilient ComputingCommon Homogeneity Geographic DistributionCharacteristics Virtualization Service Orientation Low Cost Software Advanced Security 8 Based upon original chart created by Alex Dowbor -
  9. 9. Security is a Major Issue
  10. 10. Cloud StandardizationAdvanced features Proprietary Value Add Functionality Core features Standardized Core Cloud Capabilities
  11. 11. Microsoft Private Cloud Solution Configuration App Controller Orchestrator Deployment Virtual Machine Manager Service Delivery & Operations Manager Model Automation Configuration Self- Manager Service Data Protection Manager DCApp Owner Admin Service Manager Service Manager Monitoring Usage Physical Environment Application Management Service Delivery Infrastructure Management
  12. 12. Implementing MicrosoftPrivate Cloud Clustered “Scale Units” of physical components Authoring & Auditing Virtualized sing Hyper-V Admin / Tenant Interfaces To create platform for 1000 VMs + Orchestration Layer Orchestrator Discrete Management Layer Management Layer Via System Center suite Orchestration of Hyper-V based hypervisor complex workflows Compute/Network/Storage Active Directory provides Common security model For hosting and hosting asse
  13. 13. Thank You for Your Time Questions