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  • Estamos en una encrusijadamiuy interesante en la historia de TI, Hemos sido muy exitosos y continuamos teniendo una proposicion de valor muy significativa para las organizaciones de TI, lo que vendria siendo enmendar los pecados de la era cliente-servidor. Las organizaciones han adquirido nuestra tecnologia para remediar la proliferacion de servidores y en el camino han ahorado  considerables sumas de capex por medio de la consolidacion. y en el proceso se encontraron con que tambien pueden mejorar la eficiencia operacional, y eso es lo que ha propulsado a vmware a la posicion en la que se encuentra en la industra a de la tecnologia , de la virtualizacion y de la nube.Sin duda una gran posicion, en la que cerramos el ultimo capitulo de la era cliente servidor y escribimos los primeros de la siguiente era.Somos una compania que tiene una forma simplista de ver el mundo, en la que no nos suscribimos a la reverticalizacion de IT, no consideramos que en la escencia de la nube se encuentre la filosofia en la que los problemas de demanda de recurso de los centros de datos se soluciones con "cajas mas grandes", y que estas cajas representen silos verticales completos provistos por un solo fabricante. La nube, publica o privada, es la antitesis de esto.La nube trata de una estratificacion horizontal de IT.
  • Key Points:Using this framework we map to specific solution areas that VMware is focused on (walk through the layers and functional areas) and that are important in virtualized and cloud environments.At first glance some of these areas will be new (vApp Packaging) while others (provisioning, service desk) may seem similar to a traditional view of management, but as you double click in these spaces you will find that we are focused on functionality that is both critical to and takes advantage of managing in a virtualized or cloud environment. In some areas (compliance & security, performance, service desk) we will dramatically redefine how management is done. We will be wrapping our solution content, product roadmaps and GTM strategy around this framework.VMware Infrastructure and Operations Management solutions enable IT to create a zero-touch, compliant infrastructure. Native management is designed-in to the virtualized and public, private, and hybrid cloud infrastructure to help deliver self-service through policy-driven control.VMware Application Management solutions enable IT to quickly, accurately, and confidently transition applications to virtualization and the cloud, mapping dependencies, assuring application portability & performance, and establishing service contracts with the infrastructure. VMware End-User Computing Management allows IT teams to provision & deploy desktops rapidly, manage workstation images simply, and deliver virtualized applications to desktop.VMware IT Business Management solutions allow IT and service providers to confidently deliver new levels of self-service while ensuring these new services are automatically governed with appropriate business and process-level controls. Self-service without business governance can lead to sprawl, cost, licensing, chargeback, and security issues.
  • 3 CAPAS Estas estratificaciones horizontales, en terminos simples, tratan de una transformacion fundamental de la infraestructura a una capa mas automatizada,  una tranformacion en como las aplicaciones son ahora desarrolladas sobre esta infraestructura, y finalmente una transformacion en como los resultados de estas aplicaciones son entregados al usuario final.En VMware pensamos que hay un cambio muy profundo en esas tres capas.
  • La relacion entreestascapases la relacion entre IT y sususuarios finales, y estoes Las Aplicaciones.Aplicacionesexistentes, nuevasaplicaciones y el surgimiento de AplicacionesSaaS en el negocio.Estasaplicacionesdeben ser soportadastantopor los centros de datosexistentescomoporlasnubespublicas.Y porsupuesto los usuarios finales van a accesarestasaplicacionesporunacrecientevariedad de dispositivos.Esto genera un nuevo panorama para IT en el nuevomundo del computo de nube, el cual propone infraestructuramas flexible, agil y eficiente.Unanuevageneracion de aplicacionesquerepresentan el tipo de convergencia de la experiencia de usuaroquevemos en el mundo de consumomasivo, pero con los requerimientos del mundoempresarial.
  • La transformacion de la capa de infraestructura es la que nos ha posicionado en el lugar en donde nos encontramos como empresa de tecnologia ya que es aqui donde ofrecemos el mayor ahorro en capex para nuestros clientes. Es un area donde ya no necesitamos evanagelizar acerca de los beneficios. Si consideramos los numeros de Gardner, veremos que mas del 40% de las aplicaciones que corren en arquitectura x86 dentro del centro de datos se encuentran virtualizadas, en su vasta mayoria sobre infraestructura de VMware. Y este numero sigue creciendo anio con anio, lo que nos dice que que nuestros clientes ya no usan la virtualizacion para cargas menores de trebajo , sino para las cargas de mision criticas.
  • Gartner praises VMware for: Far-reaching virtualization strategy that includes enabling cloud computing, new application architectures and broader management Technology leadership and innovation High customer satisfaction Large installed base (especially in the Global 2000), and rapid growth of service providers planning to use VMware (vCloud initiative)  While questioning competitors for: Offering "Limited innovation and reactive strategy in a rapidly evolving market" Facing an "Uphill battle breaking into a very strong VMware installed base, especially in large enterprises" Failing to link virtualization and Cloud, offering an "evolving strategy and road map with respect to virtualization's tie with cloud computing" While delivering a product with a "Single point of failure/planned downtime in parent operating system"
  • La transformacion de la capa de infraestructura es la que nos ha posicionado en el lugar en donde nos encontramos como empresa de tecnologia ya que es aqui donde ofrecemos el mayor ahorro en capex para nuestros clientes. Es un area donde ya no necesitamos evanagelizar acerca de los beneficios. Si consideramos los numeros de Gardner, veremos que mas del 40% de las aplicaciones que corren en arquitectura x86 dentro del centro de datos se encuentran virtualizadas, en su vasta mayoria sobre infraestructura de VMware. Y este numero sigue creciendo anio con anio, lo que nos dice que que nuestros clientes ya no usan la virtualizacion para cargas menores de trebajo , sino para las cargas de mision criticas.Estatransformacion de la capa de infraestructura la vemoscompuestaporcincoprincipalescomponentes:
  • Tenemos vSphere, la plataforma misma de virtualizacion, que continuamos mejorando para hostear cada vez mas de las aplicaciones de servidor que existen en el mundo. Nos vamos a acercar lo mas posible al 100% de aplicaciones x86, nos estamos encargando de remover todos los peros tecnicos para alcanzar el 100%Ya contamos con ambientes de clientes virtualizados al 100% de cargas x86, pero la mayoria siguen en camino, removiendo cada vez mas obstaculos.
  • El siguiente es vShield. Ya que montamos este pool de recursos, todos estos servidores,  maquinas virtuales, switches virtuales y almacenamiento estan unidos por la virtualizacion. Y vamos a moverlos eventualmente, no solo por razones de balanceo sino tambien por razones de disponibilidad.Y las funciones de proteccion alrededor de las aplicaciones - firewalls, balanceadores, motores de antivirus y demaspoliticas de seguridad, tienen que moverse con ellas tambien. Para eso necesitamos un framework que lo habilite.Eso es vShield. El cual ya se integra con los grandes de la industria de la seguridad, quienes han migrado tambien sus funcionalidades de cajas fisicas a virtual appliances que se conectan a este framework de seguridad.
  • VMware’s pioneering security solutions are the vShield family of products. vShield solutions secure the edge of the virtual datacenter, protect virtualized application deployments from network-based threats, and streamline antivirus protection for all VMs by offloading AV processing to dedicated security VMs.vShield Edge protects the perimeter of a virtual data center, and provides services such as DHCP (Dynamic Host Config Protocol), NAT (Network Address Translation), Firewall, VPN and Web Load Balancing.vShield App protects application deployments from network based threats. It allows for flexible and elastic groupings of VMs based on business needs such as PCI, HIPAA, DMZ deployments. vShield App extends the basic vShield Zones capability that is included as part of vSphere advanced onward SKUs, by adding flexible VM grouping by user defined policies and supporting vCenter container based policies.vShield Endpoint enables efficient, offloaded AV processing. Partners such as Trend Micro, Symantec and McAfee will ship the security virtual machines that integrate with vShield Endpoint for offloaded AV processing. vShield Manager is the centralized deployment, management, reporting, logging, tracking and integration (REST based APIs) for all vShield products.
  • El tercer elemento es la interfaz de usuario que lo conectara a esta infraestructura segura. EN otras palabras: como es que el creador de esta infraestructura va a presentarla a sus usuarios?Como facilitamos el aprovisionamiento de aplicaciones, la asignacion de politicas para determinar como deben correr estas aplicaciones y las metricas necesarias para mostrar el desempeno y el consumo de recursos de estas aplicaciones?La respuesta es vCloud Director.Es la consola de usuario donde encuentra los catalogos, politicas de seguridad, niveles de servicio disponibles y reportes sobre desempeno y consumo de recursos. vCloud Director permite a IT convertirse en un proveedor de clientes internos.
  • Si eres el administrador de todo ese pool de recursos donde corren tus aplicaciones no puedes enfocarte en una sola aplicacion y al mismo tiempo saber si todo el pool se encuentra saludable. Lo que es peor si activaramos toda la capacidad de reporteo o de logueo de todos los elementos en el pool recibirias tanta informacion que seria imposible relacionarla.Es necesario una mejor manera de manejar y monitorear esta estratificacion horizontal del mindo de la nube.Asi que invertimos en la suite de vCenter Operations, la cual toma una etrategiaanalitica y estadistica en como se monitorea y administra esta infraestructura.IT como el usuario final no va a intentar cuales de estos logs son importantes y cuales no. Vamos tomar todos esos logs y vamos a crear un modelo estadistico de la infraestructura y te vamos a reportar cuando este pool de recursos esta realmente alcanzando los umbrales de niveles de servicio de las diferentes aplicaciones y cuando se esta comportando normal de acuerdo a los registros historicos.Como modelo estadistico no va a senalar eventualmente falsos positivos. En otras palabras, nos va a avisar que nos estamos saliendo de los niveles de servicio establecidos , y ustedes le diran: Todo esta bien, es cierre mensual. Y vCenter Operations va a aprender de esas respuestas.
  • Esta es la suite de infraestructura para nube que estamos creando y vamos a ver como se aplica a un modelo de nube hibrida, ya que no creemos que el computo en todo el mundo sera solo privado o solo externo. En esencia lo que nuestros clientes nos dicen es que necesitan tomar decisiones de negocio en vez de decisiones de tecnologia cuando hablan de correr sus servicios de forma interna o externa. Asi que estamos habilitandolos para tomar cargas de trabajo de nubes externas i llevarlas a la nube interna y viceversa.Es por eso que estamos habilitando a proveedores de servicios dispuestos a hablar el lenguaje empresarial interno.Ya contamos con alrededor de 1000 de estos proveedores de servicios que licencian nuestro vSphere para operar estas ofertas de servicio a clientes.Implementamos modelos e licenciamiento para que estos proveedores no tengan que comprar licencias para proyectados usos futuros, sino que basicamente rentan nuestro software en base al uso que le van dando.
  • Esta primera capa es nuestro enfoque esencial en la tranformacion de la infraestructura, que se encuentra firmemente en el contexto de la nube hibrida ya que la lamayoria de las organizaciones viviran en este esquema, el cual ,gracias que  la virtualizacion realmente encapsula las aplicaciones, es capaz de soportar todas las plicaciones existentes de nuestros clientes.Asi que vemos la virtualizacion de aplicaciones existentes como la rampa de salida para el viale hacia la nube. El reto ahora para nuestros clientes es la tranformacion de las aplicaciones.
  • The VMware Cloud Application Platform combines the Spring Framework for building new applications together with a complete set of Application Platform Services required to run and manage these applications.[CLICK] Spring Framework: Spring is a comprehensive family of developer frameworks and tools that enable developers build innovative new applications in a familiar and productive way while enabling the choice of where to run those applications, whether inside the datacenter or on private, hybrid, or public clouds. Spring enables developers to create applications that: Provide a rich, modern user experience across a range of platforms, browsers and personal devices Integrate applications using proven Enterprise Application Integration patterns, including batch processing Access data in a wide range of structured and unstructured formats Leverage popular social media services and cloud service API’s[CLICK] VMware vFabric: VMware vFabric is a comprehensive family of application services uniquely optimized for cloud computing including lightweight application server, global data management, cloud-ready messaging, dynamic load balancing and application performance management. [CLICK] The products behind these services include: Lightweight Application Server: tc Server, an enterprise version of Apache Tomcat, is optimized for Spring and VMware vSphere and can be instantaneously provisioned to meet the scalability needs of modern applications Data Management Services: GemFire speeds application performance and eliminates database bottlenecks by providing real-time access to globally distributed data Cloud-ready Messaging Service: RabbitMQ facilitates communications between applications inside and outside the datacenter Dynamic Load Balancer: ERS, an enterprise version Apache web server, ensures optimal performance by distributing and balancing application load Application Performance Management: Hyperic enables proactive performance management through transparent visibility into modern applications deployed across physical, virtual, and cloud environments Policy-Driven Automation: Project Napa is the code name for a new offering still under development that is focused on policy-based automation of application and platform configuration and provisioning tasks.
  • Problem Statement: Managing Apps is Becoming HarderDiverse application types (Native, App Pub, App Virt, SaaS, Client Server)Diverse & BYO devices (Macs, Netbooks and iPads in the Enterprise)
  • Remote Desktop AccessWindows App Access – app pub / app virtCloud Services – data / backup Existing and Custom Web Applications Cloud Apps
  • Ampi vmware

    1. 1. VMware Cloud computing - AMPI<br />Tomas Valles, <br />Sr. SystemsEngineer & Enterprise Datacenter Architect<br />tvalles@vmware.com<br />
    2. 2. The Rise of a New Era in IT<br />Cloud<br />Web<br />+ Maximum efficiency with optimized resource utilization<br />+ Increased agility with on-demand computing<br />+ User-centric <br />PC / Client-Server<br />Mainframe<br />Cloud Computing will transform the delivery of IT services<br />
    3. 3. The VMware Customer Journey To IT-as-a-Service<br />IT Production<br />Business Production<br />IT as a Service<br />Stage<br />IT / LOB<br />CIO<br />IT<br />Sponsorship<br />Quality of Service<br />Cost Efficiency<br />Business Agility<br />CAPEX<br />OPEX<br />Availability<br />Responsiveness<br />Compliance<br />Time-to-market<br />CAPEX<br />OPEX<br />Availability<br />Responsiveness<br />Business Focus<br />CAPEX<br />OPEX<br /><ul><li>IT Operations
    4. 4. Application Lifecycle Efficiency
    5. 5. Service levels
    6. 6. Desktop
    7. 7. Server & infrastructure consolidation
    8. 8. Service catalog and self-service IT
    9. 9. Policy-driven automation
    10. 10. Increased IT innovation</li></ul>TechnologyFocus<br />CloudReadiness<br />Private Cloud<br />
    11. 11. Virtualization & Cloud Management: VMware Solution Areas<br />End-User Computing Management <br />IT Business Management<br />Administration<br />Deployment<br />Updating<br />Request Fulfillment<br />End User Computing<br />Application Management <br />Asset Management<br />Discovery & Mapping<br />Application Performance<br />vAppPackaging<br />Cloud Applications<br />Chargeback<br />Service Desk<br /> Infrastructure & Operations Management <br />Availability & Performance<br />Configuration<br />Business Continuity<br />Capacity<br />Compliance & Security<br />Provisioning<br />Public/Private/Hybrid Cloud Virtualized Infrastructure<br /><ul><li> VMware Cloud Director
    12. 12. vSphere
    13. 13. vCloudDirector
    14. 14. vSphere</li></ul>VMware Management Solutions <br />
    15. 15. Delivering the cloud computing stack<br />Applications <br />Softwareas a ServiceSaaS<br />Application Server (SpringSource)<br />Platformas a ServicePaaS<br />Infrastructure as a ServiceIaaS<br />vSphere/vCloud<br />
    16. 16. Cloud is changing the new IT landscape…<br />Re-think End-User Computing<br />Modernize Application Development<br />Evolve the Infrastructure<br />
    17. 17. Cloud is changing the new IT landscape…<br />The Challenge for IT:<br />Weave all this together into a cohesive, secure, compliant whole<br />SaaS Apps<br />Existing Apps<br />New Enterprise Apps<br />Public Cloud Services<br />Existing Datacenters<br />
    18. 18. Pressures Facing the Enterprise<br />End-User Computing<br /><ul><li>Devices are cheap and easy to procure and proliferate
    19. 19. Personal devices are invading the enterprise
    20. 20. Data outlives devices
    21. 21. IT needs to secure end-user access to data from various platforms</li></ul>Application<br /><ul><li>Legacy applications run inefficiently and are costly to maintain
    22. 22. Software as a Service (SaaS) options present new benefits but also security challenges
    23. 23. IT needs to modernize applications</li></ul>Infrastructure<br /><ul><li>Traditional budget/hardware cycles can’t keep up with the business
    24. 24. Public clouds present cheap and quick alternatives to IT but introduce security and compliance concerns
    25. 25. IT needs to provide agile infrastructure connectable to public clouds</li></li></ul><li>VMware in the Leaders Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualization<br />Gartner, Inc. Magic Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualization Infrastructure, Thomas J. Bittman, Philip Dawson, George J. Weiss, 26 May 2010.<br />This Magic Quadrant graphic was published by Gartner, Inc. as part of a larger research note and should be evaluated in the context of the entire report. The Gartner report is available upon request from VMware.<br />The Magic Quadrant is copyrighted 2010 by Gartner, Inc. and is reused with permission. The Magic Quadrant is a graphical representation of a marketplace at and for a specific time period. It depicts Gartner's analysis of how certain vendors measure against criteria for that marketplace, as defined by Gartner. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in the Magic Quadrant, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors placed in the "Leaders" quadrant. The Magic Quadrant is intended solely as a research tool, and is not meant to be a specific guide to action. Gartner disclaims all warranties, express or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. <br />
    26. 26. Building a vCloud<br />vCloud PoweredPublic Clouds<br />IndependentPublic Clouds<br />Secure Private Cloud<br />End-User Computing<br />View<br />ThinApp<br />Zimbra<br />SaaS Applications<br />Other SaaS Providers<br />Application Access<br />Cloud Application Platform<br />Google App Engine<br />vmForce<br />Spring<br />vFabric<br />vFabric Hyperic<br />Other cloud infrastructure providers<br />Oher PaaS Partners<br />Application Portability<br />Cloud Infrastructure and Management<br />First Step<br />vShield<br />vClud Director<br />vCenter Ops<br />S R M<br />Application Mobility<br />VMware vSphere: Foundation for Cloud Computing<br />
    27. 27. vCloud Component: VMware vSphere<br />Objective<br />Abstract hardware through virtualization<br />Pool resources (DRS is a requirement) to provide cloud foundation<br />Features<br />Virtualized compute (CPU, memory), network, and storage resources<br />vCloud Abstractions<br />External, Org, and vApp Networks<br />Virtual Datacenters<br />Organizations<br />Resource Pools<br />vSphere Abstractions<br />Port Groups or dvPort Groups<br />Host Clusters<br />Datastores<br />PhysicalResources<br />Storage<br />Compute<br />Network<br />
    28. 28. vCloud Component: VMware vShield<br />vShield eliminates the need for multiple special purpose hardware appliances – 3-5x Savings Capex, Opex<br /><ul><li>Load balancer
    29. 29. Firewall
    30. 30. VPN
    31. 31. Etc…</li></ul>vShield Virtual Appliance<br />Load balancer<br />VMware vSphere<br />firewall<br />VPN<br />
    32. 32. vCloud Component: VMware vShield<br />vShield App and Zones<br />Security Zone<br />Endpoint = VM <br />Edge<br />vShield Edge<br />vShield Endpoint<br />vShield Manager<br />Endpoint = VM <br />Application protection from network based threats<br />Secure the edge of the virtual datacenter<br />Enables offloaded anti-virus<br />Centralized Management<br />Virtual Datacenter 2<br />Virtual Datacenter 1<br />VMware<br />vShield <br />VMware<br />vShield <br />DMZ<br />PCI compliant<br />HIPAA compliant<br />Test & Dev<br />Web<br />VMware vShield Manager<br />VMware vSphere + vCenter<br />
    33. 33. vCloud Component: VMware vCloud Director<br />VMware vCloud Director<br />Organization: Marketing<br />Organization: Finance<br />Organization VDCs<br />Catalogs<br />Organization VDCs<br />Catalogs<br />Resource Pools<br />Datastores<br />Port Groups<br />Users & Policies<br />Users & Policies<br />Provider Virtual Datacenters<br />(Gold)<br />(Bronze)<br />(Silver)<br />VMware vCenter Server<br />VMware vSphere<br />Secure Private Cloud<br />
    34. 34. vCloud Component: Site Recovery Management<br />Site A (Primary)<br />Site B (Recovery)<br />vCenter Server<br />Site Recovery Manager<br />vCenter Server<br />Site Recovery Manager<br />vSphere<br />vSphere<br />vSphere Replication<br />Storage-based replication<br />vSphereReplicationSimple, cost-efficient replication for Tier 2 applications and smaller sites<br />Storage-based ReplicationHigh-performance replication for business-critical applications in larger sites<br />
    35. 35. vCloud Component: vCenter Operations<br />3rd Generation – Holistic, Real Time Analytics <br />Flexible INTEGRATIONto many data sources<br />EnterpriseSCALABILITY<br />I can put all my monitoring tools to good use and get better performance analytics.<br />Patented performanceANALYTICS<br />Powerful informationDASHBOARDS<br />
    36. 36. Apps<br />Only VMware offers the best of both worlds with hybrid cloud<br /><ul><li>Common platform
    37. 37. Common management
    38. 38. Common security</li></ul>Apps<br />vCloudService Provider<br />VMware<br />Enterprise Hybrid Cloud<br /> Private Cloud<br />Cloud Infrastructure <br />Security<br />Cloud Infrastructure <br />Management<br />Cloud Computing Moves from a Technology Discussion to a Business Decision<br />
    39. 39. Pressures Facing the Enterprise<br />End-User Computing<br /><ul><li>Devices are cheap and easy to procure and proliferate
    40. 40. Personal devices are invading the enterprise
    41. 41. Data outlives devices
    42. 42. IT needs to secure end-user access to data from various platforms</li></ul>Application<br /><ul><li>Legacy applications run inefficiently and are costly to maintain
    43. 43. Software as a Service (SaaS) options present new benefits but also security challenges
    44. 44. IT needs to modernize applications</li></ul>Infrastructure<br /><ul><li>Traditional budget/hardware cycles can’t keep up with the business
    45. 45. Public clouds present cheap and quick alternatives to IT but introduce security and compliance concerns
    46. 46. IT needs to provide agile infrastructure connectable to public clouds</li></li></ul><li>VMware Cloud Application Platform for Spring/Java Apps<br />WaveMaker<br />Spring <br />Tool Suite<br />Code2Cloud<br />Services<br />Rich<br />Web<br />Social and <br />Mobile<br />Batch<br />Framework<br />Data<br />Access<br />Programming<br />Model<br />Integration<br />Patterns<br />Web Runtime<br />(ERS)<br />App Monitoring<br />(Spring Insight)<br />Performance Mgmt<br />(Hyperic)<br />In-mem SQL<br />(SQLFire)<br />Messaging<br />(RabbitMQ)<br />Java Runtime<br />(tc Server)<br />Global Data<br />(GemFire)<br />Virtual Datacenter<br />Cloud Infrastructure and Management<br />Java<br />Optimizations<br />(EM4J, …)<br />Automated <br />App Provisioning<br />(AppDirector)<br />
    47. 47. Enabling Extreme Data Scalability & Elasticity<br />Key Capabilities<br /><ul><li>Low-Latency, Linearly-Scalable, Memory-based Data Fabric
    48. 48. Data distribution, replication, partitioning and co-location
    49. 49. Pools memory and disk across many nodes
    50. 50. Data-aware Execution
    51. 51. Move functionality to the data for peak performance
    52. 52. Active/Continuous Querying and Event Notification
    53. 53. Changes are propagated to one or more "active" copies</li></ul>Application Data Lives Here<br />Application Data Sleeps Here<br />Mainframes / other<br />File Systems<br />Databases<br />
    54. 54. Pressures Facing the Enterprise<br />End-User Computing<br /><ul><li>Devices are cheap and easy to procure and proliferate
    55. 55. Personal devices are invading the enterprise
    56. 56. Data outlives devices
    57. 57. IT needs to secure end-user access to data from various platforms</li></ul>Application<br /><ul><li>Legacy applications run inefficiently and are costly to maintain
    58. 58. Software as a Service (SaaS) options present new benefits but also security challenges
    59. 59. IT needs to modernize applications</li></ul>Infrastructure<br /><ul><li>Traditional budget/hardware cycles can’t keep up with the business
    60. 60. Public clouds present cheap and quick alternatives to IT but introduce security and compliance concerns
    61. 61. IT needs to provide agile infrastructure connectable to public clouds</li></li></ul><li>Confidential<br />Diverse Apps<br />Today’s End-User Landscape<br />Diverse Devices<br />65% of the Fortune 100 are piloting iPads<br />Anywhere, anytime<br />Diverse<br />Access<br />58% of businesses use 2+ Cloud Apps & 75% of new apps are cloud-based<br />
    62. 62. Desktop is Being Pulled Apart<br />Data<br />Computing<br />Apps<br />Public Cloud<br />Data<br />Apps<br />Computing<br />Data<br />Apps<br />Interaction<br />Desktop Is Being Pulled Apart Into the Cloud<br />Private Cloud<br />Devices<br />
    63. 63. Horizon Vision Overview <br />Single Sign On<br />Virtual Desktops<br />Self Service App Catalog<br />Rich User Experience<br />Windows App Mgmt<br />End User Workspace<br />Horizon App<br />Manager<br />Cloud Applications<br />App Publishing<br />Admin Console <br />AD<br />Cloud Identity <br />Foundation <br />Data Services<br />App Entitlement and <br />Tracking <br />Device & Data Access<br />Management<br />
    64. 64. Horizon App Manager Release: May 17, 2011<br />Single Sign On<br />Self Service App Catalog<br />Rich User Experience<br />Cross Device App Portal<br />Horizon App<br />Manager<br />Cloud Applications<br />Admin Console <br />AD<br />Cloud Identity <br />Foundation <br />App Entitlement and <br />Tracking <br />Browser Access<br />Management<br />
    65. 65. Applications will become more device, OS and browser neutral<br />Crossover point<br />50% Specific<br />50% Neutral<br />Installed base of enterprise applications<br />
    66. 66. VMware End-User Computing Overview<br />VMware View<br />Desktop Virtualization <br />ThinApp<br />Application Virtualization<br />Horizon App Manager<br />Application & User Management<br />Zimbra<br />E-Mail & Collaboration<br />MVP<br />Mobile Virtualization Platform<br />Workstation<br />Windows Virtualization<br />Fusion<br />Mac Virtualization<br />
    67. 67. Tomas Valles, <br />Sr. SystemsEngineer & Enterprise Datacenter Architect<br />tvalles@vmware.com<br />

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