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  • 1. Incorporating Chargeback In Private Cloud Lai Yoong Seng (MVP Virtual Machine) www.ms4u.info | laiys@redynamics.com Redynamics Asia System Management
  • 2. Session Objective and Key Takeaway• Session objectives – Product Overview : Vkernel• Key Takeaway – Chargeback product for Private Cloud
  • 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. 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. Integration Points Active Directory Vmware VCenter Vkernel API Access
  • 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. VKernel’sPerformance Monitoring Product
  • 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. Real Time Alert –Root Cause
  • 10. Impact Analysis
  • 11. Current Bottleneck-Summary
  • 12. CPU
  • 13. Memory
  • 14. Analysis-Why?
  • 15. Storage
  • 16. Throughput
  • 17. Analysis- Throughput
  • 18. Latency
  • 19. VKernel’sCapacity Management Product
  • 20. Capacity Planning Requirement• Predict Resource Exhaustion• Identify Available Slots for Safe VM Deployment• Forecast future hardware needs and time frames
  • 21. VKernel’sResource Optimization Product
  • 22. Optimization Requirements• Size VM Resource Allocations Correctly• Identify and Remove Data Waste Files and Idle VM
  • 23. Rightsizer-Summary
  • 24. CPU
  • 25. Memory
  • 26. Storage
  • 27. Wastefinder- Abandoned VM
  • 28. VKernel’sReporting Product
  • 29. Reporting• Customize Dashboard• Querying• Customize Service Level Reporting (Enterprise)
  • 30. Dashboard
  • 31. Reporting
  • 32. Sample Report-Storage
  • 33. Sample Report- VM Count
  • 34. Sample Report-Memory
  • 35. Sample Report-Utilization
  • 36. Inventory
  • 37. VM Detail View
  • 38. VKernel’sChargeback Product
  • 39. Chargeback Requirement• Calculate Total Billing/Show back amount• Distribute or Export Chargeback Amount• Determine the Operational for Individual VM
  • 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. VKernel vOperations Suite
  • 42. VKernel vOperations Suite
  • 43. VKernel vOperations Suite
  • 44. VKernel vOperations Suite
  • 45. VKernel vOperations Suite
  • 46. Chargeback
  • 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. Q&AQuestions & Answers Virtual Lai www.ms4u.info laiys@redynamics.com