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Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
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Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
Hp Industry Standard Solutions For Microsoft Windows Server (96dpi)
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A Microsoft.com webcast of Oct 18, 2007: HP Industry-Standard Solutions for Windows Server 2008

A Microsoft.com webcast of Oct 18, 2007: HP Industry-Standard Solutions for Windows Server 2008

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  • HP Industry-Standard Solutions for Windows Server 2008 Duration: 60 Minutes Start Date: Thursday, October 18, 2007 1:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada) Event Overview Join us for an introduction to the Hewlett-Packard (HP) lineup of industry-standard servers designed for the Windows Server 2008 operating system. Discover how HP servers provide benefits to the deployment of modular architectures and the management of your business technology infrastructure. During the webcast, we provide server-adoption scenarios to help you determine which HP servers are right for your business. HP engineers give an overview of HP servers, discuss manageability of servers using Microsoft Operations Manager and HP System Insight Manager, and provide example topologies and architectures of Microsoft applications on blade servers. Other topics we cover include: HP ProLiant and BladeSystem applications for Windows Server 2008. HP solution & technology investments for Windows Server 2008. HP solutions focus for Windows Server 2008, including network services, Web solutions, security solutions, management solutions, and virtualization solutions. HP support of Windows Server 2008. Presenter: Al Jimenez, Engineering Manager, Solutions Alliances HP, HP Al Jimenez is an engineering manager in the Hewlett-Packard (HP) Solution Alliances engineering organization. Al's team is responsible for Microsoft Internet business solutions for HP, which includes characterizing, understanding, and recommending Microsoft server solutions on HP ProLiant and HP BladeSystem servers. During the 18 years he has worked at HP, Al has designed and developed hardware and software, authored technical papers and presentations on Microsoft software and technology, and presented at and supported many Microsoft and HP customer events. Al has more than 28 years of industry experience, and he holds degrees in business management and engineering. He lives and works in Houston, Texas.
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    • 1. Industry Standard Solutions for Al Jimenez [email_address] http://www.hp.com/go/longhorn
    • 2. Why HP for ?
      • The most reliable technology, for the most reliable solutions, delivered by the most reliable partner.
      • HP has the broadest, most rigorously tested & certified 32- & 64-bit industry standard servers.
      • HP is the 32 & 64-bit development platform for Windows Server 2008, as we were for Windows Server 2003 & Windows Server 2000 .
      • HP offers an end to end management solution from system component level right through to business service level.
      • HP provides comprehensive server lifecycle management for Windows Server 2008 through HP ProLiant Essentials.
      • HP offers ActiveAnswers - the online solutions authority where HP shares its experience and best practices for planning, deployment and operation of Windows Server 2008.
      • HP offers a complete portfolio of infrastructure design and implementation services for Windows Server 2008.
      Support Reliability Manageability
    • 3.
      • 20+ Years of Partnership
        • A 20+ year partnership dedicated to developing & delivering industry-standard information technology & integrated technology solutions
        • Microsoft and HP, respectively, represent the first & second largest Windows implementation in the world.
      • HP relies on Microsoft
        • HP runs on the Windows platform
        • HP has world’s 2nd largest Windows Server 2003 implementation
        • HP deploys an array of .NET-based Web services solutions
      • Microsoft relies on HP
        • Microsoft runs its business on HP platforms
        • HP ProLiant were used as the development platform for Windows Server, Commerce Server, Exchange Server, SharePoint Portal Server, SQL Server and the Microsoft .NET framework
        • HP supports Microsoft employees IT requirements worldwide
        • Microsoft technology is built on HP hardware
      HP’S WINDOWS MARKET LEADERSHIP
    • 4. Why ProLiant?
      • Industry Standard Servers with a Consistent Customer Experience
      • Standards - Industry standards are the foundation for ProLiant innovation. These include: ACPI , PXE , SMASH Command Line Protocol (CLP) , SMBIOS, USB .
      • Performance - proven track record of industry-standard benchmarks.
      • Testing that includes: Software Testing, Thermal Testing, Reliability Testing, Environmental Testing, Environmental Regulations and Standards testing.
      • Remote Management - HP Integrated Lights Out (iLO) defines remote management. It is an integrated management processor with its own memory and network interface that allows it to operate independently from the host server.
      • System Firmware - HP embeds capabilities in ProLiant systems and options firmware that streamline configuration, enhance diagnostics, and improve system security.
      • Chassis Design - To reduce complexity and lower total cost of ownership, HP has defined a common set of features and components and implemented them consistently across the ProLiant product line. These include: LED Indicators, Hood Latches, Touch Point Colors, USB Ports, ROM Based Setup Utility and more.
    • 5. Cost-savvy Change-ready Energy-thrifty Time-smart Why HP BladeSystem ? …Moving from an era of Information Technology to Business Technology Regardless of size, location or what they put inside. Blades help customers run what they want to run , with useful tools to simplify the job and save them lots of money. Blades… …to reduce Cost, Time, Change, & Energy $
    • 6.
      • Assemble everything you need for the optimal Windows Server environment
        • With c-Class BladeSystem 2 socket quad-core servers provide the performance for best in class infrastructures…
        • Interconnects that fit into your environment: Cisco, Brocade, Blade Network Technologies...
      • Designed for flexibility, growth & consolidation
        • Greater density frees rack space
        • Provide shared infrastructure for Windows, “eco-system” servers
        • Data center consolidation & cable reduction
      • Best Managed Windows Server Environment
        • The BladeSystem c-Class introduces Insight Control, Onboard Administrator and SIM with Microsoft System Center & Open View integration
        • Centralize management, maintenance & deployment
      • Thermal Logic technology
        • Designed to minimize energy & cooling requirements
        • Provides continuous views of power usage, capacity, & temperature at component, enclosure, & rack level
      BladeSystem Ready for c7000 enclosure c3000 enclosure
      • HP BladeSystem c-Class Enclosures
      • HP BladeSystem c-Class enclosures, Family data sheet
      Links:
    • 7. HP BladeSystem c3000 enclosure All-in-one infrastructure for storage, servers and everything else…
      • No special power or cooling required
      Useful, hassle-free tools to manage your way
      • Plugs in the wall or UPS
      • Rated to 36 o C
      • Save 30% on power, use less AC
      Right-sized to fit just right
      • Rack or Tower
      • 4-8 storage or server blades
      • Built to be virtual
      • Just like regular servers or storage
      • KVM, DVD, or remotely
      • Simple & in a single package
      Zero-cable storage expansion and data protection
      • Bladed tape
      • Bladed DAS, NAS, & SAN
      • View enclosure flash demo
      • View demo of example solution configurations
      • View HP StorageWorks Ultrium 448c tape blade demo
      Links: Servers Price Low cost upfront Break-even at 1-3 blades
    • 8. HP BladeSystem c3000 enclosure HP BladeSystem c3000 - front Consolidated from the start Unified – server, storage, expansion, network, power in a single enclosure HP Nonstop mid-plane Redundant signal and power connections for every component – maximum I/O bandwidth, scalable power OnBoard Administrator Local and remote administration Highly available and secure access Quick set-up wizards HP Thermal Logic Optimize power consumption Minimize heat generation PARSEC architecture Scalable cooling delivered where it's needed – automatically Active Cool fans More cooling with less power and noise Single or redundant interconnects Choose Ethernet, Fibre Channel or Infiniband – or the revolutionary HP Virtual Connect Dynamic Power Saver Automatically optimize power load for peak efficiency and conservation iLO controlled speed-stepping Regulate power consumption HP BladeSystem c3000 - rear
    • 9. Virtual Connect architecture
        • Streamlines the process of connecting blade servers to LANs & SANs
        • Enables upgrade, migrate, redeployment, and failover of blade servers without modification to LAN or SAN
        • Reduces cables up to 94% without the addition of managed Ethernet or Fibre Channel switches
      Ethernet FC Ethernet FC Virtual Connect architecture virtualizes the connections from servers to LANs and SANs Appears as one server to LAN and SAN
      • Virtual connect launch webcast
      • HP Virtual Connect architecture
      • Evaluate HP Virtual Connect
      Links: Virtual Connect architecture
    • 10. Virtual Connect solves these issues & makes IT change-ready
      • Reduces cables without adding switches to manage
        • No new FC domains
      • Maintains end-to-end connections of your favorite brands (Cisco, Nortel, Brocade, McData, etc.)
      • Cleanly separates Server from LAN & SAN
      • Relieves LAN & SAN admins from server maintenance
      • Servers are Change-Ready – add, move, replace, upgrade w/o affecting LAN or SAN
        • MAC & WWN are locally administered so LAN & SAN connections stay constant
      Change servers when your business needs it, not when you can fit it into everyone’s calendar Server Administrator Blade Enclosure Network Administrator Storage Administrator A B C Spare LAN SAN HP Virtual Connect Modules Server-Edge Virtualization NIC HBA NIC HBA NIC HBA NIC HBA
    • 11. HP Solution & Technology Investments for Key Technologies & Solutions for HP
      • HP Solutions for Microsoft
      • Windows Server 2008 Support
      • HP & Windows Vista
      • HP Solutions for the Microsoft Office system
      • Microsoft Exchange Server
      • Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
      • Microsoft SQL Server
      • HP BladeSystem Solutions for Windows Infrastructure
      Links: Solution Technology Solution Technology Server Virtualization Solution
      • Windows Server Virtualization
      • Server Core
      Security & Policy Enforcement Solution
      • Network Access Protection
      • Secure Wireless
      • Identity and Access Mgmt
      • Server Core
      Centralized Application Access Solution
      • Terminal Services Gateway
      • Terminal Services Remote Programs
      Server Management Solution
      • Windows PowerShell
      • Server Manager
      • Server Core
      • Server Deployment
      Branch Office Solutions
      • Read-Only DC
      • Server Core
      • BitLocker Drive Encryption
      • SMB 2.0 / Net IO
      High Availability Solution
      • Failover Clustering
      • Dynamic Partitioning
      Web & Applications Platforms
      • IIS7
      • .NET Framework 3.0
      • Win System Resource Mgr.
      • Server Core
    • 12.
      • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Infrastructure Services
      • Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Infrastructure
      • Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
      • HP Windows Virtualization Infrastructures
      • Server Virtualization Farm for Service Delivery
      • Small Company Disaster Recovery, Example deployment scenario
      • Midsize Company Disaster Recovery, Example deployment scenario #1
      • Midsize Company Disaster Recovery, Example deployment scenario #2
      ProLiant & HP BladeSystem Applications of
      • Infrastructure Services
      • Management
      • Security
      • Virtualization
      • Messaging
      • Web
      • Database
      View demo of example solution configurations Links:
    • 13. Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Infrastructure Services HP BladeSystem c3000
      • BL460c Blade Server
      • 2 x Intel Xeon Processors
      • Quad / Dual Core
      • 1x4 or 2x4 MB Level 2 cache memory
      • Max Memory: 32GB
      • HP StorageWorks
      • Ultrium 448c tape blade
      • Rec. Tech.: LTO Ultrium 2
      • Capacity : 400GB
      • Transfer Rate : 173GB/hr
      • Buffer Size: 64MB
      • Interface : 3Gb/sec SAS
      BL460c Security ISA Firewall BL460c with Ultrium 448c Core Services Active Directory DNS/ DHCP File/Print Collaboration Microsoft SharePoint Services Management Microsoft System Center Essentials HP Systems Insight Control Back up HP Data Protector
      • Essential Windows Infrastructure Services to build on:
      • Services
        • Microsoft Active Directory Services, Domain Name Services, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
        • File/Print Services
        • Microsoft SharePoint Services
        • Microsoft System Center Essentials
        • HP Systems Insight Manager
        • HP Data Protector
      • Security
        • Microsoft Internet & Security Acceleration Server, a firewall, VPN & web cache .
      • Links:
        • HP ProLiant BL460c server blade
        • HP StorageWorks Ultrium 448c tape blade
        • HP BladeSystem c-Class Enclosures
      Services Security
    • 14. Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Infrastructure HP BladeSystem c3000 BL460c Security Microsoft Forefront ISA Firewall BL460c with Ultrium 448c Core Services Active Directory DNS/ DHCP File/Print Collaboration Microsoft SharePoint Services Management Microsoft System Center Essentials HP Systems Insight Control Back up HP Data Protector BL460c with SB40c Messaging Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Outlook Web Access
      • HP StorageWorks SB40c
      • SSF Storage Type: Hot plug SFF SAS &/or Hot plug SFF SATA
      • Max Drive Bays: 6
      • Storage Controller: Smart Array P400
      • BL460c Blade Server
      • 2 x Intel Xeon Processors
      • Quad / Dual Core
      • 1x4 or 2x4 MB Level 2 cache memory
      • Max Memory: 32GB
      • HP StorageWorks
      • Ultrium 448c tape blade
      • Rec. Tech.: LTO Ultrium 2
      • Capacity : 400GB
      • Transfer Rate : 173GB/hr
      • Buffer Size: 64MB
      • Interface : 3Gb/sec SAS
      • HP ProLiant BL460c server blade
      • HP StorageWorks Ultrium 448c tape blade
      • HP StorageWorks SB40c storage blade
      • HP BladeSystem c-Class Enclosures
      Links: Services Security Messaging
    • 15. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 HP BladeSystem c3000
      • BL460c Blade Server
      • 2 x Intel Xeon Processors
      • Quad / Dual Core
      • 1x4 or 2x4 MB Level 2 cache memory
      • Max Memory: 32GB
      • HP StorageWorks All-in-One SB600c Storage Blade
      • iSCSI /SAN storage
      • Quad-core Intel Xeon E5345 (2.33 GHz/1333 FSB) Cache Memory 2 x 4MB L2
      • Memory Standard/Max: 2GB/4GB
      • Storage Included 1.16TB 8 x 146GB 10K SFF SAS
      2 x BL460c Web Farm Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007 WFE / Search / WLBS BL460c SQL Server Cluster Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Database Infrastructure SB600c Storage Blade Microsoft Windows Storage Server Serves SQL Cluster Database Infrastructure BL460c Index Server Shared Service Provider
      • Highly Available SharePoint Server Infrastructure
      • Storage Efficiency w/failover capable
      • HP ProLiant BL460c server blade
      • HP StorageWorks All-in-One SB600c Storage Blade, Data sheet
      • HP BladeSystem c-Class Enclosures
      Links: Web Index Database
    • 16. HP Virtualization Infrastructure Server virtualization centrally hosts and delivers a cost-efficient server environment by consolidating many physical servers &/or services onto a single server. HP BladeSystem BL460c server blade HP BladeSystem c7000 enclosure HP BladeSystem c3000 enclosure
      • Possible types of VMs to deploy:
      • Light-weight Windows application consolidation
      • Legacy Windows applications (i.e. NT 4.0, W2K, etc)
      • Dedicated line of business Windows applications
      • Web server farm load balanced with WLBS*
      • Web services hosted for business processes; service delivery
      • Linux virtual machines not requiring special hardware resources
      • Clone of physical machines for disaster recovery fail-over
      • Development and Test VMs
      • Distribution of Windows Services to dedicated VMs.
      * Windows Load Balancing Service
      • HP ProLiant BL460c server blade
      • HP BladeSystem c-Class Enclosures
      Links: VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM
    • 17. Server Virtualization Farm for Service Delivery HP BladeSystem VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM 1:1 connections VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM Dynamic connections HP StorageWorks EVA 6000 Other applications Corporate Infrastructure / Datacenter Remote Connections VM VM VM Remote Connections VM VM VM
    • 18. Small Company Disaster Recovery Example deployment scenario
      • Small company consolidates to the HP ProLiant DL140 G3
      • Older server from the consolidation is repurposed as a DR target
      • Windows Server virtualization is installed on target and 4 virtual machines are created
      HP ProLiant DL140 G3 IP network Virtual machines Repurposed Server
    • 19. Midsize Company Cross-Hosted Disaster Recovery Example deployment scenario #1
      • Midsize company with cross-hosted production and DR resources
      • HP StorageWorks SB600c Storage Blades for iSCSI SAN and Windows ® file server (NAS)
      • Windows Server virtualization with 5 virtual machines on DR targets
      Main Office HP BladeSystem c3000 enclosure Branch Office HP BladeSystem c3000 enclosure IP network Virtual machines Main Office Disaster Recovery Servers Production Servers Virtual machines Branch Office Disaster Recovery Servers Main Office Production Servers Main Office Branch Office Storage
    • 20. Midsize Company Cross-Hosted Disaster Recovery Example deployment scenario #3
      • Midsize company with cross-hosted production and DR resources
      • DR on Quad-core BladeSystem ProLiant BL480c with up to 48GB RAM
      • Windows Server virtualization with 6 virtual machines on each DR target
      IP network Branch Office DR2 HP BladeSystem c7000 Main Office DR1 HP BladeSystem c7000 Virtual machines Virtual machines HP StorageWorks EVA 6000 SAN
    • 21. HP’s Windows Server Virtualization Sizer Input your current system configurations and workloads into the web-based sizer at: http://h71019.www7.hp.com/ActiveAnswers/cache/106082-0-0-225-121.html The sizer computes equivalent utilization for newer processors and factors in overhead The sizer outputs recommendations on which applications to share and a complete order list HP ProLiant Sizer CPU0 – 2.4GHz CPU1 – 2.4GHz App. A 10% Util. Overhead App. B 5% Util. Overhead
    • 22.
      • Purpose : Provide a SMB & mid-market Windows Infrastructure example that can be used to deploy a four functional Windows servers onto a HP BladeSystem c3000 enclosure with the necessary Microsoft applications, to help customers with their first blade experience.
      • Target Audience : HP channel partners, field sales & customers
      • Value Proposition
        • For HP: The adoption of HP BladeSystems by volume mid-market customers.
        • For partners, VARs and resellers :: The ability to deliver turnkey systems that enable value added services and revenue for HP partners.
        • For customers :: The deployment of complex business technology to enable and support business growth.
      HP BladeSystem c3000 In Sept 2007 for c3000 Launch In Feb 2008 for W2k8 Launch HP BladeSystem c3000 Startup Deployment Kit Kit using: 2008
    • 23.
      • Microsoft Windows Infrastructure
      • This is an Microsoft Windows Server Infrastructure All-in-One Solution designed for up to 1000 concurrent users.
      • Configured as a 2-tier system, the operating system services, security server and mail servers run on the same HP BladeSystem.
      • Options
      • Additional servers can be added to provide more functionality and scalability to the system – adding extra breadth and scope.
      • To reduce the amount of servers deployed and increase processor utilization virtual machines can also be used to create partitions on the these systems to enable other functions to run on the same servers – greatly increasing the efficiency of the solution. The configuration of the individual servers may need to be increased to enable the virtual environment.
      • C3000 Blade Enclosure:
      •  BL460c (Core Services & Security Blade)
      • Processor: Intel Xeon Dual or Quad
      • Memory: 32 GB Max Fully Buffered PC2-5300 DDR2
      • Storage: 2 Hot plug SFF SAS or 2 Hot plug SFF SATA
      •  BL480c (Mail & Messaging Blade)
      • Processor: Dual-Core Intel Xeon® 5140 2.33GHz/1333MHz FSB
      • Memory: 4GB (4x1 GB) PC2-5300 DDR2 (up to 48GB)
      •  HP StorageWorks SB40c Storage Blade
      • SSF Storage Type: Hot plug SFF SAS / SATA
      • Max of 6 Drive Bays
      • Storage Controller: Smart Array P400
       Core Services Blade  Mail & Messaging Blade  Security Blade  Storage Blade Infrastructure on HP BladeSystem c3000 Bill of Materials Hardware Item description Qty. HP BladeSystem c3000 enclosure 1 HP Virtual Connect Module 1 BL460c blade server (  ) 2 BL480c blade server (  ) 1 HP StorageWorks SB40c Storage blade (  ) 1 HP 146GB 3G SAS 15K SFF HDD (for SB40c) (  ) 6 Software Item description Qty. Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 SP1 (   ) 3 Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 (  ) 1 Microsoft System Center Essentials 2007 (  ) 1 Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server (  ) 1 HP Systems Insight Manager (  ) 1
    • 24. Microsoft Application Specifications for HP BladeSystem Function Specification Firewall/VPN Blade Server
      • A Specification for a Blade Firewall / VPN Server using Microsoft ISA.
          • Link: HP BladeSystem specification for a c-Class application firewall and VPN server blade for Windows .
      Server Provisioning Blade Server
      • A Specification for a Blade Provisioning Server using ProLiant Essentials RDP
          • Link: HP BladeSystem specification for a c-Class provisioning server blade
      Windows Infrastructure Services Blade Server
      • A Specification for a Blade Server for Windows Infrastructure Services
      • Supports the deployment of DNS, DHCP, Active Directory, file server, print server, basic web server, HP System Insight Manager and hosting a virtual server such as Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 or VMWare Server.
          • Link: HP BladeSystem specification for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 infrastructure services
      Management Blade Server A Specification for a Blade Management Server using HP Systems Insight Manager . Link: HP BladeSystem specification for a c-Class management server blade using HP Systems Insight Manager Windows Infrastructure Enclosure Specification A Specification for a HP BladeSystem Enclosure for Windows Server Applications. Link: HP BladeSystem specification for a c-Class enclosure for Windows Server applications . Forefront for Exchange Blade Server A Specification for a Blade Application Server using Microsoft Forefront for Exchange 2007. Link: HP BladeSystem specification for Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server Microsoft Windows Server Compute Cluster Enclosure Specification A Specification for a HP BladeSystem Enclosure for Windows Compute Cluster Server. Link: HP BladeSystem specification for Microsoft Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 2003
    • 25. for Itanium on HP Integrity Servers
      • Tailored to support enterprise customer workloads:
        • Database (MS SQL Server, Oracle, DB2)
        • Line-of-Business Applications (SAP, SAS, Siebel, i2, Manugistics)
        • Custom Applications
      • Roles that don’t apply to target workloads will be excluded
      • Workload focus is consistent with current deployments and the need to deploy an enterprise-ready operating system
      • Benefits
          • Remove legacy and unused code
          • Reduced patching
          • Higher availability
    • 26.
      • Key Technologies
      Windows maturing for the Enterprise Operations Infrastructure Centralized Role Management Failover Clustering Windows Virtualization Network Access Protection Terminal Services Enhancements Active Directory Enhancements Windows PowerShell Service Hardening Windows Advanced Firewall BitLocker Drive Encryption Server Core Dynamic Partitioning Next Generation TCP/IP 64x64-bit Cores Application Platform IIS 7 .NET Framework 3.0 Resource Management Federated Identity Security Reliability Performance
    • 27. Versions Web Server Standard Enterprise Datacenter For Itanium-Based Systems Windows Version CPU Architecture max. CPUs Physical Memory (32-bit / 64-bit) Server Core Built-In Virtualization Virtual guest instances per license Footprint (Core / Full) x86/x64 4 4G / 32GB - - - 1.7GB / 6GB x86/x64 4 4G / 32GB   (x64) 1 1.7GB / 6GB x86/x64 8 64GB / 2TB   (x64) 4 1.7GB / 6GB x86/x64 64 64GB / 2TB   (x64) unlimited 1.7GB / 6GB IA64 64 2TB unlimited 1.7GB / 6GB Server Configuration Minimum Recommended Processor 1GHz (x86 processor) or 1.4GHz (x64 processor), 2GHz or faster Memory 512MB RAM 2GB RAM Disk Space 10GB 40GB or greater Display VGA (800 x 600) higher-resolution monitor Network Ethernet 100MBs NICs Gigabit Ethernet NICs
    • 28. Upgrading to
      • Upgrade only supported on same processor architecture (i.e. no upgrade from 32-bit to 64-bit OS)
      • No support for upgrade to Server Core – always new install
      • No support for server applications installed prior to upgrade
      • No support for mixed domain with NT4 DCs
    • 29. HP ProLiant & Integrity Support
      • Windows Server 2008 Support Classifications
        • Supported: system is compatible with Windows Server 2008 but does not take full advantage of the OS
        • Logo : platform support of specific features and functionality in Windows Server 2008
        • Virtualization: meets Logo and must have HW assist (only available in newer servers)
      • Legacy HP Server Support Strategy
        • meets minimum OS system requirements
        • meets Microsoft Supported/Logo requirements
        • Lifecycle of server within 2-3 years of OS launch
      • Complete list will be posted on the HP server support matrix: www.hp.com/go/ossupport
      Note: List subject to change based on further testing Supported ProLiant Supported Integrity Logo Virtualization BL20p G3 BL25p G1 BL35p G1 BL45p G1 DL140 G2, G3 DL145 G2, G3 DL145 G2 DL320 G3, G4, G5, DL320s DL360 G4 DL380 G4 DL385 G1 DL580 G3, G4 DL585 G1 ML110 G2, G3, G4 ML115 G1 ML150 G2, G3 ML310 G3, G4 ML350 G4 ML370 G4 ML570 G3, G4 rx2620 rx2660 rx3600 rx4640 rx6600 rx7620 rx7640 rx8620 rx8640 Superdome sx1000 Superdome sx2000 BL860c BL20P G4 BL25P G2 BL35P G2 BL45P G2 BL460c BL480c BL685c DL360 G5 DL365 G1 DL380 G5 DL385 G2 DL585 G2 ML 350 G5 ML370 G5 BL20P G4 BL25P G2 BL35P G2 BL45P G2 BL460c BL480c BL685c DL360 G5 DL365 G1 DL380 G5 DL385 G2 DL585 G2 ML 350 G5 ML370 G5
    • 30. ProLiant Software Support for Windows Server 2008
      • HP System Management Home Page
      • HP ProLiant iLO Advanced
      • HP ProLiant iLO2 Management
      • HP ProLiant Smart Array 5x/6x Event Notification *
      • HP Smart Array SAS/SATA Event Notification *
      • HP StorageWorks Fibre Channel Event Notification *
      • HP ProLiant Array Configuration Utility *
      • HP ProLiant Array Diagnostic Utility
      • HP SATA RAID Controller *
      * Some items not be supported with Server Core
    • 31. Insight Control = Insight and control from the individual blade to the data center
      • Enclosure (Onboard Administrator)
        • Simple setup
        • Integrated management
        • Power management
      • Data center infrastructure (HP SIM & Essentials)
        • Monitoring & Performance
        • Security Scan and Patch
        • Provisioning and recovery
      • Blade server (iLO 2)
        • Remote administration
        • Virtual KVM access
      Distributed management Intelligent Infrastructure
    • 32. HP Server Management Packs v1.0 for Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007
      • HP Server Management Packs v1.0 forMicrosoft System Center Operations Manager 2007
      • What does Management Pack add?
        • Integration with Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007
        • Integration with Microsoft System Center Essentials
        • View HP Server Management status in the management console
        • Brings Diagram View into the console
        • View Group Status and Alerts
      • Server Blade Infrastructure Management
    • 33. HP PolyServe for SQL Server
      • Dynamic Re-Hosting™ for Optimization
          • Stack multiple instances of SQL server
          • Buy only what you need, Reacts in 30 seconds
      • Guaranteed High Availability for All
          • All servers are active
          • Guaranteed, mixed failovers – Fan out
      • One-Click Maintenance
          • Dynamic Re-Hosting™ for offload & upgrades
          • Hot insertion of mixed servers & storage
          • One Windows install per server
          • Push installs & hot fixes
      • Go from “Instances per Server” to “Instances per BladeSystem”
          • HP PolyServe provides the change management within the BladeSystem
          • Storage provisioning at the BladeSystem enclosure level, not the individual Blades
          • One enclosure for ~30-40 SQL Server instances (64-bit OS)
        • eBook – “ Shortcut Guide to SQL Server Infrastructure Optimization ”
      PolyServe and
    • 34. Windows Server 2008 Support from HP
      • A support page for : www.hp.com/go/windows server 2008
      • HP Links:
          • Email support available:
            • ProLiant servers: Windows Server 2008beta@hp.com .
            • Integrity servers: Windows Server 2008ia64feedback@hp.com .
            • www.hp.com/go/activeanswers
      Servers Storage Solutions Application Sizers
      • HP BladeSystem
      • ProLiant tower servers
      • ProLiant rack servers
      • ProLiant blade servers
      • Options & Accessories
      • HP Integrity servers
      • HP Insight Control Management Software
      • StorageWorks
      • Tape, disk-based backup products
      • NAS solutions
      • SAN solutions
      • All StorageWorks products
      • HP BladeSystem for medium-sized businesses – overview
      • HP BladeSystem Solutions for Windows Infrastructure
      • Microsoft Internet Information Services
      • Microsoft Exchange Server Solutions
      • Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Solutions
      • Microsoft SQL Server Solutions
      • PolyServe Shared Data Clustering for Linux and Windows
      • Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server
      • File Print Consolidation Solutions
      • Microsoft Dynamics Solutions
      • View demo of example solution configurations
      • www.hp.com/go/activeanswers/sizers
      • HP BladeSystem Power Sizer
      • Small and Medium Business (SMB) HP ProLiant Sizer for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services (online)
      • HP StorageWorks Sizing Tool
      • HP Systems Insight Manager (SIM) Sizing Tool
      • HP ProLiant server sizer for Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2
      • HP Sizing and Configuration Tool for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
      • HP Storage Planning Calculator for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
      • Microsoft SharePoint 2003 sizing and configuration tool V3.0 for HP ProLiant servers
      • HP ProLiant server data mart sizer for Microsoft SQL Server 2005
      • HP ProLiant Server Transaction Processing Sizer for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 (x64)
      • HP ProLiant server sizer for SAS
    • 35.  
    • 36. Backup Slides
    • 37. When should I consider a BladeSystem?
      • < 3 servers
      • Many servers, few purchases
      • 2P >48Gb or 4P > 64Gb
      • > 4 processors per server
      When should I not look at blades? HP BladeSystem HP ML & DL ProLiant Servers
      • For out-dated infrastructures
      • Upgrade
      • Add / Connect a SAN
      • Virtualization
      • Expansion
      • Strategic Initiative
      • Consolidation
    • 38. HP does not make it complicated A BladeSystem is an infrastructure in a box Fill it with blades of all types, shapes, sizes & functions 1 2 3 In thousands of combos to run what your customers run today 4 To deliver vital business solutions and services easier ( ) n +
    • 39. HP Blade Server Benefits of key features * RAID 5 available on BL480c only Feature Function Benefit Quad Core & Dual Core Processors Quad Core – 4 cores per server socket Dual Core - 2 cores per server socket Allows for greater system scalability – support more users, bigger apps Serial Attach Storage Serial drive interface replaces U320 busses Point-to-point interface enables rapid data transfer between RAID controllers & drives Integrated Smart Array RAID Controllers with Battery backed cache option Integrated SAS RAID controller in each c-Class server blade to allow RAID 0/1/5* Common array controller strategy with ProLiant ML/DL servers provides consistent customer experience Battery backed cache to protect against data loss Multi Function NICs High Performance Network Interface with TOE & RDMA/iSCSI options Provides best-in-class network performance with options for additional upgrades to enhance memory & storage utilization
    • 40. BladeSystem Components HP BladeSystem Blade Servers: BL460c Two hot-plug SAS/SATA drive bays Two Mezzanine Slots: One x4, One x8 8 Fully Buffered DIMM Slots DDR II 667Mhz Embedded Smart Array Controller integrated on drive backplane Half height blade server Processor Up to two Quad-Core Intel Xeon processors Up to two Dual-Core Intel Xeon processors Memory
      • FBDIMM 667MHz, 8 DIMM Slots, 32GB max
      Internal storage
      • 2 Hot-Plug SFF SAS/SATA HDDs
      • Standard RAID 0/1 controller with optional BBWC
      Networking 2 integrated Multifunction Gigabit NICs Mezzanine slots 2 mezzanine expansion slots Management Integrated Lights Out 2, Standard Blade Edition Application The BL460c blade server is a good fit for those Microsoft Windows applications whose performance scalabilities requirements can be met by scaling out ‘n’ number of servers.
    • 41. BladeSystem Components HP BladeSystem Blade Servers: BL480c Embedded Smart Array Controller integrated on drive backplane Four hot-plug SAS/SATA drive bays
      • Three Mezzanine Slots:
      • One x4
      • One x8
      12 Fully Buffered DIMM Slots DDR II 667Mhz Processor Up to two Quad-Core Intel Xeon processors Up to two Dual-Core Intel Xeon processors Memory
      • FBDIMM 667MHz, 12 DIMM Slots, 48GB max
      Internal storage
      • 4 Hot-Plug SFF SAS/SATA HDDs
      • Standard RAID 0/1 controller with optional BBWC
      Networking 2 integrated Multifunction Gigabit NICs 2 integrated Gigabit NICs Mezzanine slots 3 mezzanine expansion slots Management Integrated Lights Out 2, Standard Blade Edition Application The BL480c blade server is a good fit for those Microsoft Windows applications whose performance scalabilities requirements can be met by scaling out ‘n’ number of servers.
    • 42. BL480c – BL460c Server comparison BL480c Full height BL460c Half height Processor Intel Xeon Quad-Core, Up to 2.66 GHz, 2x4MB shared L2 cache Chipset Intel Blackford Memory ECC DDR2 FBDIMM, 12 Sockets, 48GB max ECC DDR2 FBDIMM, 8 Sockets,32GB max HDD & Controller 4 SFF Hot Plug SAS or SATA HDDs RAID 0,1,5 support Integrated SAS controller with optional BBWC 2 SFF Hot Plug SAS or SATA HDDs RAID 0,1 support Integrated SAS controller with optional BBWC Networking 4 integrated NICs (2 Multifunction & 2 Gigabit) (additional via mezzanine card) 2 integrated Multifunction NICs (additional via mezzanine card) Management iLO 2 Standard Blade Edition OS support Windows, Linux Windows, Linux, Netware Enclosure 8 in 10U enclosure 16 in 10U enclosure Mezzanine support Up to 3 mezzanines Choices: multifunction NICs or standard NICs, 4Gb FC, IB (10GbE-coming soon) Up to 2 mezzanines Choices: multifunction NICs or standard NICs, 4Gb FC, IB (10GbE-coming soon)
    • 43. BladeSystem Components HP BladeSystem Blade Servers: BL465c Half height blade server Processor
      • Up to two AMD Opteron 2000 Series processors with AMD Virtualization™ technology to improve performance in a virtual environment ;
      • Support for AMD PowerNow!™ technology with Optimized Power Management (OPM) providing power-on-demand computing, resulting in optimal performance-per-watt.
      • Low voltage processor options targeted at most optimal performance per U & performance per watt resulting in cooler, power-optimized systems
      Memory
      • 32GB of ECC 667MHz DDR2 Registered DIMMs; with memory interleaving capability ; Supports up to 8 Registered DDR2 DIMM memory expansion slots
      Internal storage
      • 2 Hot-Plug SFF SAS/SATA HDDs
      • Standard RAID 0/1 controller with optional BBWC
      Networking
      • 2 integrated Multifunction Gigabit NICs
      Mezzanine slots
      • 2 mezzanine expansion slots
      Management
      • Integrated Lights Out 2, Standard Blade Edition; Smart power & thermal management now available with HP Power Regulator for policy based power management. Also offering, new industry exclusive Power Meter reporting capability to log actual power usage.
      Application
      • The BL465c blade server is a good fit for those Microsoft applications whose performance scalabilities requirements can be met by can be met by scaling out n number of servers.
    • 44. BladeSystem Components HP BladeSystem Blade Servers: BL685c Full height blade server Processor
      • Up to four next-generation AMD Opteron™ 8000 Series processors
      • Low voltage processor options targeted at most optimal performance per U & performance per watt resulting in cooler, power-optimized systems
      Memory
      • Up to 64GB Registered DDR2 Memory via 16 PC2-5300 DIMM slots
      Internal storage
      • Two hot-plug Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) or Serial ATA (SATA) hard-drives
      Networking
      • Four embedded Gigabit Ethernet NICs - Two are Multifunction Gigabit NICs with TCP/IP Offload Engine (TOE) & RDMA/iSCSI
      Mezzanine slots
      • Three mezzanine expansion slots to simultaneously support a wide variety of I/O mezzanine cards
      Management
      • Integrated Lights Out 2 (iLO2) Standard Blade Edition delivers the industry's most complete, high-performance, out-of-band remote management solution
      • New BladeSystem Thermal Logic Cooling displays instant thermal dashboard for system diagnostics & control of power & cooling
      • Insight Control Data Center Edition is an integrated suite of software that simplifies the provisioning & management of HP BladeSystem infrastructures
      • Smart power & thermal management available with HP Power Regulator. Policy-based management includes new industry-exclusive power meter reporting capability to log actual power usage
      Application
      • The BL685c blade server is a good fit for those Microsoft applications whose performance scalability requirements can be met by scaling out n number of servers or scaling up a single multi-processor server with additional processors, memory, & NICs.
    • 45. BladeSystem Components HP BladeSystem Blade Servers: BL680c G5 Full height blade server Processor Up to four Quad-Core Intel Xeon processors, u p to 2X4MB cache Memory
      • PC2-5300 DDR2 Fully Buffered DIMMs , 64GB max
      Internal storage
      • 2 Hot-Plug SFF SAS/SATA HDDs
      • Smart Array P400i
      Networking 2 - embedded NC373i Multifunction Gigabit Server Adapters 1 - embedded NC326i Dual Port Gigabit Server Adapter 1 - additional 10/100 server adapter dedicated to iLO 2 Management Mezzanine slots 3 mezzanine expansion slots Management Integrated Lights Out 2, Standard Blade Edition Application The BL680c blade server is a good fit for those Microsoft Windows applications whose performance scalabilities requirements can be met by scaling out ‘n’ number of servers.
    • 46. BladeSystem Components HP BladeSystem Blade Servers: SB40c Storage Blade Specifications:
      • Half-height c-Class direct attach storage blade
      • Up to six hot-plug Small Form Factor (SFF) Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) or Serial ATA (SATA) hard disk drives.
      • SSF Storage Type = Hot plug SFF SAS or Hot plug SFF SATA
      • Storage Controller = Smart Array P400
      • Max blades per enclosure = 8
      Usage Models:
      • For Virtual Machines – with greater processor, power density (dual-core) increased direct-attach storage capacity improves consolidation into Virtual Machines
      • Small data center in a box
      • Use in Terminal services farm
      • Storage for database applications
      • Branch office where SAN is not feasible
      • Local data storage
      • Boot & Swap
      Application
      • The BL40c is a good fit for those Microsoft applications requiring disk storage capacity beyond the internal storage capacity of a blade server
    • 47. BladeSystem Components HP BladeSystem Blade Servers: All-in-One SB600c 1.16TB SAS Storage Blade Specifications:
      • Description: All-in-One SB600c 1.16TB SAS Storage Blade
      • Integrated Application Data Storage (iSCSI SAN) Yes
      • Integrated File Serving (NAS) Yes
      • Integrated Data Protection Yes
      • Form Factor HP BladeSystem c-Class half-height blades
      • Processor Type/Description Quad-core Intel Xeon E5345 (2.33 GHz/1333 FSB) Cache Memory 2 x 4MB L2
      • Memory Standard/Max 2GB/4GB
      • Storage Included 1.16TB
      • 8 x 146GB 10K SFF SAS
      • Remote Management iLO2
      • Expansion Slots (2) additional I/O expansion slots via mezzanine card
      Usage Models:
      • For Virtual Machines – with greater processor, power density (dual-core) increased direct-attach storage capacity improves consolidation into Virtual Machines
      • Small data center in a box
      • Use in Terminal services farm
      • Storage for database applications
      • Branch office where SAN is not feasible
      • Local data storage
      • Boot & Swap
      Application
      • The SB600c is a good fit for those Microsoft applications requiring disk storage capacity beyond the internal storage capacity of a blade server
    • 48. ProLiant Server Support for Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 support will be provided for all future products as well. Consult white paper for details about ROM revisions ProLiant & Integrity Storage Options Support *ProLiant only Utilize OS provided drivers when available 100 Series 300 Series 500 Series BL Series
      • DL140 G2, G3
      • DL145 G2
      • ML110 G2, G3, G4
      • ML115
      • ML150 G2, G3
      • DL320 G4, G5
      • DL320s
      • DL360 G4, G4p, G5
      • DL365
      • DL380 G4
      • DL380 G4 Pkg Cluster
      • DL380 G5
      • DL385, DL385 G2
      • DL385 Pkg Cluster
      • ML310 G2, G3, G4
      • ML350 G4, G4p, G5
      • ML370 G4, G5
      • DL580 G3, G4, G5
      • DL585 & G2
      • ML570 G3, G4
      • BL20p G3, G4
      • BL25p, BL25p G2
      • BL30p, BL35p
      • BL45p, G2
      • BL460c, BL465c
      • BL480c
      • BL685c
      SAS/SATA Controllers U320 SCSI Controllers Smart Array Controllers
      • 6-Port SATA RAID Controller
      • SAS/SATA Notification Service
      • Integrated Dual Channel Ultra320 SCSI Controller
      • 64-bit/13-MHz Single Channel Ultra320 SCSI Host Bus Adapter
      • 64-bit/13-MHz Dual Channel Ultra320 SCSI Host Bus Adapter
      • E200, E200i*, E500
      • P400, P400i
      • 5i, 5i Plus
      • 6402, 6404, 641, 642, 6i
      • P600, P800
    • 49. ProLiant Network Options Support Drivers for some network controllers may not be included in OS Tape devices for all ProLiant/Integrity platforms 300 Series 100/1000 Series 6000 Series 7000 Series NC310 NC320m, NC320T NC325m NC340T NC360T,NC364T NC370T/F/i NC371i, NC373T/F/M/i NC374M, NC380T NC1020 NC150T NC6170 NC7170 NC7761 NC7771 NC7781 PCI-X LOM NC7782 PCI-X Autoloaders Cartridge Library Mini Library StorageWorks Tape Drives
      • 4/8-GB
      • DDS2 4/16-GB
      • DDS3 12/24-GB DAT
      • DDS4 8 Cassette
      • HP DDS4 6 Cassette
      • 35-GB AIT
      • 8/16 Cartridge DLT
      • SSL1016
      • Compaq DLT 15
      • Model 15/30
      • Model 20/40
      • Model 35/70
      • MSL5000 Series
      • SSL2020 AIT
      • TL881 DLT
      • TL891 DLT
      • 4/8-GB SLR
      • DDS 2/4/16 GB, DDS3 12/24 GB DAT
      • DDS4 8 Cassette. DDS4 6 Cassette
      • DAT (all models)
      • DDS2/3/4
      • LTO Ultrium-1 (all models), LTO Ultrium-2 460
      • SureStore VS80/VS160
      • SDLT320/SDLT640
      • DAT Autoloader 72*6, DAT Autoloader 72*10
    • 50. Fibre Channel HBA Support NOTE: Revised firmware, BIOS and drivers are available from Emulex and QLOGIC MPIO DSM will not be available until Beta 3 StorageWorks Division will release a whitepaper this summer outlining their support for Windows Server 2008. Storage Array Support QLOGIC EMULEX
      • QLA234x or above
      • QLE24xx
      • QMH2462 (HP ProLiant Servers)
      • QLA2462, QLE2460 (HP Integrity Servers)
      • LP1050, LP1050DC
      • LP11002, LPe11002
      • LP1150, LPe11050
      • LP98x or above (HP ProLiant and Integrity Servers)
      • LP980x or above (HP Integrity Servers)
      MSA EVA XP
      • MSA1000
      • MSA1500CS
      • MSA1510i
      • EVA3000
      • EVA5000
      • EVA4000
      • EVA6000
      • EVA8000
      • XP10000
      • XP12000
      • XP24000
    • 51. HP BladeSystem c7000 enclosure (front) HP BladeSystem c7000 front BladeSystem c7000 enclosure Consolidated from the start Unified – server, storage, expansion, network, power in a single enclosure HP Nonstop mid-plane Redundant signal and power connections for every component – maximum I/O bandwidth, scalable power OnBoard Administrator Local and remote administration Highly available and secure access Quick set-up wizards HP Thermal Logic Optimize power consumption Minimize heat generation
    • 52. HP BladeSystem c7000 enclosure (rear) HP BladeSystem c7000 rear PARSEC architecture Scalable cooling delivered where it's needed – automatically Active Cool fans More cooling with less power and noise Single or redundant interconnects Choose Ethernet, Fibre Channel or Infiniband – or the revolutionary HP Virtual Connect Dynamic Power Saver Automatically optimize power load for peak efficiency and conservation iLO controlled speed-stepping Regulate power consumption

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