Incorporating Chargeback In Private Cloud

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Incorporating Chargeback In Private Cloud

  1. 1. Incorporating Chargeback In Private Cloud Lai Yoong Seng (MVP Virtual Machine) www.ms4u.info | laiys@redynamics.com Redynamics Asia System Management
  2. 2. Session Objective and Key Takeaway• Session objectives – Product Overview : Vkernel• Key Takeaway – Chargeback product for Private Cloud
  3. 3. VKernel Overview• Quest Product – Performance analysis, Capacity planning – Optimization, Reporting, Chargeback• 800+ customers, 50,000+ users worldwide• Microsoft System Center Alliance partner since 2009• Full Integrated 64 bit Virtual Appliance New Version 4.7• Main competitor = VMware• “Best of Show” at VMworld 2010
  4. 4. Where VKernel fits in System Center Solution • Extend VMM with capacity monitoring, planning, and cost management • Alerts fed into SCOM VKernel Confidential VKernel Confidential
  5. 5. Integration Points Active Directory Vmware VCenter Vkernel API Access
  6. 6. VKernel’s vOperations Suite (vOPS)• Reporting and Chargeback – Business level grouping and views of environment – Environment documentation and reporting – Infrastructure and VM cost visibility and accounting• Performance Analyzer – Root cause with actionable recommendations / remediation – Assess impact of VM performance problems on environment – Monitor environments for capacity bottlenecks• Capacity Manager – VM placement (size and throughput) – Determine future bottlenecks – Predictive resource planning – Capacity reservations• Optimizer – Identify and reclaim wasted resources (automatically) – Optimize resource allocation by VM (CPU, Memory, Storage)
  7. 7. VKernel’sPerformance Monitoring Product
  8. 8. Performance Monitoring• Real Time Monitoring• Monitoring the VM – Extend further to guest OS, non- virtualize server, server hardware, etc (Enterprise)• Correlate system events to VM Performance
  9. 9. Real Time Alert –Root Cause
  10. 10. Impact Analysis
  11. 11. Current Bottleneck-Summary
  12. 12. CPU
  13. 13. Memory
  14. 14. Analysis-Why?
  15. 15. Storage
  16. 16. Throughput
  17. 17. Analysis- Throughput
  18. 18. Latency
  19. 19. VKernel’sCapacity Management Product
  20. 20. Capacity Planning Requirement• Predict Resource Exhaustion• Identify Available Slots for Safe VM Deployment• Forecast future hardware needs and time frames
  21. 21. VKernel’sResource Optimization Product
  22. 22. Optimization Requirements• Size VM Resource Allocations Correctly• Identify and Remove Data Waste Files and Idle VM
  23. 23. Rightsizer-Summary
  24. 24. CPU
  25. 25. Memory
  26. 26. Storage
  27. 27. Wastefinder- Abandoned VM
  28. 28. VKernel’sReporting Product
  29. 29. Reporting• Customize Dashboard• Querying• Customize Service Level Reporting (Enterprise)
  30. 30. Dashboard
  31. 31. Reporting
  32. 32. Sample Report-Storage
  33. 33. Sample Report- VM Count
  34. 34. Sample Report-Memory
  35. 35. Sample Report-Utilization
  36. 36. Inventory
  37. 37. VM Detail View
  38. 38. VKernel’sChargeback Product
  39. 39. Chargeback Requirement• Calculate Total Billing/Show back amount• Distribute or Export Chargeback Amount• Determine the Operational for Individual VM
  40. 40. VKernel Chargeback• Allocated and actual (utilized) costs• Intelligent business views to group VMs into applications, services, etc. – each with it’s own cost model• Custom fields for allocation of additional costs (power, space, cooling, support, etc.)• Automated, scheduled reporting (email, PDF, CSV formats)• Rest-based API and integration with VMM Self-Service Portal
  41. 41. VKernel vOperations Suite
  42. 42. VKernel vOperations Suite
  43. 43. VKernel vOperations Suite
  44. 44. VKernel vOperations Suite
  45. 45. VKernel vOperations Suite
  46. 46. Chargeback
  47. 47. Let Get Starting….•VKernel delivered as virtual appliance• Download VHD file: www.vkernel.com• Import using VM Wizard• Configure network• Install SCOM collector•Supports both Hyper-V, Vmware and Red Hat from single appliance•Minimum Requirements• 4 vCPU• 8GB of memory• 64 GB of storage space•Microsoft Software Requirements• Microsoft Systems Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 (or later)• Microsoft Systems Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 (or later)
  48. 48. Q&AQuestions & Answers Virtual Lai www.ms4u.info laiys@redynamics.com

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