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January 2009 New England VMUG at Gillette presentation

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    • VMware Product Direction Jaleh Rezaei Product Marketing Manager
    • Forward-Looking Statements Statements made in this presentation which are not statements of historical fact are forward-looking statements and are subject to the safe harbor provisions created by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements relate, but are not limited, to ongoing development and delivery of innovative new products and applications of VMware products and technologies and market adoption, deployment and demand for such products and architecture. Actual results could differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements as a result of certain risk factors, including but not limited to: (i) adverse changes in general economic or market conditions; (ii) delays or reductions in consumer or information technology spending; (iii) competitive factors, including but not limited to pricing pressures, industry consolidation, entry of new competitors into the virtualization market, and new product and marketing initiatives by our competitors; (iv) our customers’ ability to develop, and to transition to, new products, (v) our abililty to continue to develop and deliver innovative products useful to our customers, and (v) our ability to attract and retain highly qualified employees. These forward looking statements are based on current expectations and are subject to risks and uncertainties further detailed in documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including the report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2008. VMware disclaims any obligation to update any such forward-looking statements after the date of this presentation. Pricing and packaging is not yet determined.
    • VMware’s Focus in the Future vCloud vClient Virtual The Internal People & Scale Initiative Initiative Datacenter OS Cloud Info-centric Outside the Firewall Efficient Use Of Federation Desktop Applications And With the Cloud Dilemma Hardware
    • Complexities of Existing ‘Siloed’ Model Application Challenges Windows Linux Future Future Future Future app app OS OS OS OS OS OS Infrastructure Challenges
    • Evolving to Virtual Datacenter OS Windows Linux Future Future Future … Application Availability Security Scalability vServices Virtual Datacenter Operating System VDC-OS Infrastructure vCompute vStorage vNetwork vServices Datacenter Infrastructure
    • Virtual Datacenter OS: Delivering the Internal Cloud Windows Linux Future Future Future … Application Availability Security Scalability vServices Management VDC-OS vServices Infrastructure vCompute vStorage vNetwork vServices Datacenter Infrastructure
    • Virtual Datacenter OS: Delivering the Internal Cloud Windows Linux Future Future Future … Application Availability Security Scalability vServices Management VDC-OS vServices Infrastructure vCompute vStorage vNetwork vServices Datacenter Infrastructure
    • vCompute: Powerful Enough for All of Your Applications PAST CURRENT FUTURE 1 to 2 CPUs 4 VCPUs 8 VCPUs CPU % of Applications 64 GB per VM Memory < 4 MB at peak 256 GB per VM < 2.4 Mbits/s 9 Gbits/s 40 Gbits/s Network < 100 at peak 100,000 200,000+ IOPS Application’s Performance Requirements
    • vCompute Future: Enabling More Powerful Clusters 64-Nodes per cluster 4,096 processor cores 6 Million IOPs 64TB of RAM VMware DRS automatically balances VMs
    • vStorage Technologies and Interfaces: Optimizing Disk Usage and Management vStorage Storage Technologies Partners VMFS Storage Management VMotion vStorage APIs Thin Array-based Provisioning Capabilites Linked Clones
    • vStorage Thin Provisioning: Smart Allocation App App App OS OS OS VMware ESX 20GB 10GB 40GB Virtual Disks 20GB 40GB 100GB Physical Storage 40GB 10GB 20 GB
    • vNetwork Switch Today App App App OS OS OS Net State Net State Net State vSwitch vSwitch vSwitch
    • vNetwork Distributed Switch App App App OS OS OS Net State Net State Net State vSwitch vNetwork Distributed Switch vSwitch vSwitch
    • vNetwork 3rd Party Plug-ins App App App OS OS OS Net State Net State Net State vSwitch vNetwork Distributed Switch vSwitch vSwitch Nexus 1000V
    • Virtual Datacenter OS: Delivering the Internal Cloud Windows Linux Future Future Future … Application Availability Security Scalability vServices Management VDC-OS vServices Infrastructure vCompute vStorage vNetwork vServices Datacenter Infrastructure
    • vApp: Simplifying Application Deployment Name: eCommerce Availability: 99.9% DR RTO: 1 hour VRM: Encrypt w/ SHA-1 100 ms web response App App App Only port 80 is used Decommission in 1 month OS OS OS vApp SLA Definitions Application Availability Security Scalability vServices VMware Infrastructure
    • Availability: VMware HA VMs Reboot App App App App HA HA OS OS OS OS VMware ESX VMware ESX
    • VMware Fault Tolerance No Reboot – Seamless Cutover App App FT OS OS VMware ESX VMware ESX
    • vCenter Data Recovery 1. Backup VirtualCenter VirtualCenter 1. Schedule backups via VC 2. Snapshots taken 3. Data de-duped and stored De-duplicated Storage X 2. Restore VirtualCenter VirtualCenter 1. VM goes down 2. Select VM images/files to recover 3. Restore…VM running in seconds X
    • Security vServices: VMware VMsafe Application Operating System Protection Engine VMware Infrastructure
    • Security vServices App App App OS OS OS Security vService VMware ESX with VMsafe™
    • Enabling the Self-Securing Datacenter Security Security App App App App VM VM OS OS OS OS vNetwork Distributed Switch VMware ESX VMware ESX Partner Products
    • Virtual Datacenter OS: Delivering the Internal Cloud Windows Linux Future Future Future … Application Availability Security Scalability vServices Management VDC-OS vServices Infrastructure vCompute vStorage vNetwork vServices Datacenter Infrastructure
    • VMware vCenter Application Management Lab Stage vCenter Manager Manager AppSpeed Management Management vServices vServices vCenter vCenter vCenter vCenter ConfigControl Orchestrator CapacityIQ Chargeback Lifecycle Site Recovery Manager Manager Infrastructure Management
    • End-to-End Value Across vCenter Solutions Lifecycle Manager Management Task Provision Track Decommission Deploy vCenter vCenter vCenter CapacityIQ Chargeback CapacityIQ
    • vCenter AppSpeed Discover Monitor Remediate Quality of Service Quality of Service IT Service App App App OS OS OS 2 1 55 4 75 Servers Database Users Provision 2 more servers
    • End-to-End Integrated Management Enterprise System Management vCenter Extensibility vCenter: Physical-Only Environments VMware Workloads Non-x86 Non-VMware
    • Cloud: Federation Obstacles Drivers Not compatible with Business cycle times enterprise shortening IT Requires app modification Service must scale Proprietary, not interoperable Investment must match need Virtual Datacenter Off-Premise Clouds Datacenters are expensive
    • vCloud Initiative Broad Compatibility 100+ Service Built on vApps Provider Partners Federation Cloud vServices Application and Infrastructure VMs App App App App App OS OS OS OS OS Load Firewall Tomcat IIS Oracle Balance
    • Federate Internal and External Clouds Windows Linux Future Future Future … Application Availability Security Scalability vServices Management vServices Cloud Infrastructure vCompute vStorage vNetwork vServices vServices Datacenter Off-Premise Infrastructure Cloud
    • The Desktop Dilemma IT Needs To Bring Down End Users Want Their Costs, but… Desktop To Follow Them Thick or Thin? Want info to be accessible anywhere, anytime Mobile or Not? Don’t want info locked up Windows or Mac? in a single device But don’t want to give up richness
    • Desktops That Follow the User: From VDI to VMware View™ User Env Thin User Env Client Virtualization PC Data App User Env OS Client Virtualization User PC
    • VMware’s Focus in the Future vCloud vClient Virtual The Internal People & Scale Initiative Initiative Datacenter OS Cloud Info-centric Outside the Firewall Efficient Use Of Federation Desktop Applications And With the Cloud Dilemma Hardware