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TechCamp 2013 Dublin - Managing The Data Center with System Center 2012 R2
 

TechCamp 2013 Dublin - Managing The Data Center with System Center 2012 R2

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Utilizing the hidden functions of SCVMM, learn how you can manage your end to end Data Center Fabric, from Server Deployment, Layer 2 and 3 Network Switching and Software Extensions eg Nexus 1000v, to ...

Utilizing the hidden functions of SCVMM, learn how you can manage your end to end Data Center Fabric, from Server Deployment, Layer 2 and 3 Network Switching and Software Extensions eg Nexus 1000v, to the Storage Subsystems on both Block and File level SCVMM has 3rd party supported implementation answers for all your needs.

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  • Virtual Fibre Channel support: Support management of Fibre Channel fabrics and the automated provisioning of virtual machines with connectivity to storage over Fibre Channels fabrics. For more information about Virtual Fibre Channel, see Managing Virtual Fibre Channel in VMM.Management of zonesLeverage of the Windows Server 2012 Offloaded Data Transfer (ODX) capability: Fast file copy in System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager greatly improves the time performance of file transfers and virtual machine deployments, mostly by leveraging the Windows ODX feature. For more information about fast file copy, see Creating and Deploying Virtual Machines Overview.Shared VHDX support: Support for shared VHDX storage in a service tier. This supports guest clustering, which allows users to deploy in-guest high availability applications. This also can be used for SQL failover clustering and high availability VMM with shared VHDX storage to provide a highly available SQL farm. For more information, see How to Create a Guest Cluster by Using a Service Template in VMM.Provision Scale-Out File Server cluster from bare metal computers. Using physical computer profiles, you can provision bare-metal computers to be Scale-Out File Servers, and chose to cluster the provisioned computers into a Scale-Out File Server cluster. You can use a single step to accomplish both, provisioning and clustering. For more information, see How to Create a Host or a Physical Computer Profile to Provision a Hyper-V Host in VMM and How to Create a Scale-Out File Server in VMM.Integration of storage with differencing disks optimizations. Differencing disks reduce storage requirements by allowing a large percentage of disk data to be shared among multiple virtual disks, optimizing storage costs.Storage spaces File: File server management encompasses the full lifecycle of a file server from provisioning to steady-state management which frees a cloud administrator from having to build or integrate different tools for storage management. Management of the file server supports the Windows Server 2012 R2 integrated experience for storage, computing, and networking, from initial provisioning to on-going monitoring. This integrated experience incorporates management at scale across multiple racks and thousands of managed devices.
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TechCamp 2013 Dublin - Managing The Data Center with System Center 2012 R2 TechCamp 2013 Dublin - Managing The Data Center with System Center 2012 R2 Presentation Transcript

  • Manage the Data Centre with System Center 2012 R2 (VMM/SPF/WAP) Damian Flynn, MVP
  • @damian_flynn www.DamianFlynn.com www.petri.co.il/author/damian-flynn Damian Flynn is the Infrastructure Architect. His current focus is on Software Defined Networks (SDN) with “Windows Azure Pack”, with perspective on Orchestration of repeatable processes in “Dev/Ops” scenarios. He has a keen interest in Cloud Computing from both a business strategy and technical viewpoint and presents sessions on building and managing Private/Hybrid Clouds at a number of industry events. Damian authored the Cloud chapters on two books, is active in many MS Programs, blogs at www.damianflynn.com & www.petri.co.il, tweets at @damian_flynn, and has published a number of white papers and technical articles. info@DamianFlynn.com
  • Session Objectives • Shift to Cloud Computing • Manage the Datacenter with SCVMM 2012 R2 • Fabric Management – Manager Storage, Fabric and Compute • Services and VM Management
  • CLOUD COMPUTING • Why do we need Management? • Why should I do Cloud Computing? • How do I move to the Public/Hybrid Cloud?
  • Enabling IT
  • Cloud Transition Advanced Virtualization Shift from Basic to Standard Resource Pooling Efficient Capacity Planning Shift from Standard to Rationalized Fabric Management Service Management Enable Dynamic IT model
  • System Center Virtual Machine Manager VMs and Services (Infrastructure) System Center Virtual Machine Manager Deployment Management Automation Monitoring Tenants (Service Customers) Clouds (Resources Pools) Storage Network Compute Data Center Fabric iSCSI, Fiber Channel, SMB, Storage Spaces Logical Networks, VLAN’s, NVGRE Hyper-V, VMware ESXi, Citrix Xen
  • Storage
  • System Center VMM Storage Investments Insight Flexibility Automation
  • System Center VMM Storage Plumbing Windows Storage Management API (Windows PowerShell and WMI) Vendor-provided SMI-S provider (CIMXML or WMI) Storage Array Pass-through API for extensibility (WMI) Vendor-provided transport and/or protocol Storage Array Just Bunch Of Disk JBOD
  • Windows Storage Partners
  • System Center VMM R2 Storage Features • Virtual Fibre Channel support • Management of zones • Leverage of the Windows Server 2012 ODX capability • Shared VHDX support • Integration of storage differencing disks optimizations. • Storage spaces File • Provision Scale-Out File Server cluster (Inc. Bare Metal)
  • System Center VMM 3rd Party Management
  • Storage Management Demo
  • Networking
  • Is Network Management Relevant??? Paul, Are you nearly ready yet? I wish I could just buy Damo a pint, and have all this done in his software defined network.
  • System Center VMM Network Management • Logical Networks • Physical Network Infrastructure • Network Sites • Network Sites / VLANs • IP Pools • IP Address Pools for deployment
  • System Center VMM Network Management • Logical Networks • Physical Network Infrastructure / Sites / IP Pools • VM Networks • Virtual Networks for VMs • Port Profiles • New Features from Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V • Logical Switch • Logical Network Switch which combines all features
  • System Center VMM Networking
  • System Center VMM SP1/R2 Networking
  • System Center VMM SP1/R2 Networking
  • System Center VMM SP1/R2 Networking • Software Defined Networking • Hyper-V Network Virtualization • Extensible Virtual Switch • Network Policy/Offloads • • • • • SR-IOV DHCP Guard IPSec Task Offload Bandwidth Control Trunk Mode
  • Multi-Tenant NVGRE Gateway • Virtual Machine running Server 2012 R2 with RRAS Role • On dedicated Hyper-V Host • 50 S2S VPNs / 200 virtual Subnets per single GW • Service Template for Scale Out / Redundancy • Support for Site-to-Site VPN with 3rd Party Products from Cisco, Juniper, Citrix
  • System Center VMM IPAM Integration AD DC / NPS / DNS SCVMM IPAM Management Server DNS DHCP • Extend IPAM with virtual IP Addresses managed by VMM
  • Network Management Demo
  • Clouds, VM Templates and Services
  • Services Overview
  • Services Overview Why Services? • • • Manage multi-tier applications across multiple servers as a single unit Scale out based on demand Composibility of OS and Applications, allows users to manage fewer OS images Template • • • • Specifies machine and connectivity requirements Starting point for services Deployed services are always linked to their templates Enables servicing of the instances
  • Services Demo
  • Self Service
  • App Controller • Manage VMs and Services • Private & Public Cloud • Windows Azure & Hoster
  • Windows Azure Pack • Cloud Offerings for your Private Cloud • Service Providers • IaaS
  • Questions? Download TWO Free
  • THANK YOU! Damian Flynn MVP Cloud and Datacentre System Center