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Virtualising Your Data Center
Virtualising Your Data Center
Virtualising Your Data Center
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Virtualising Your Data Center
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Virtualising Your Data Center
Virtualising Your Data Center
Virtualising Your Data Center
Virtualising Your Data Center
Virtualising Your Data Center
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Virtualising Your Data Center
Virtualising Your Data Center
Virtualising Your Data Center
Virtualising Your Data Center
Virtualising Your Data Center
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Virtualising Your Data Center
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  • ObjectiveAfter today session, you will gain ???
  • Aggregate capacity of underlying resourcesDimension of CapacityvCPU , vMemory, vStorage, # of VM, QuotaBuilt- in set representing underlying limits for Hyper-V, Citrix Xen and VmwareProcessor Range (i.e. 1 - 4)Memory Range (i.e. 16MB – 32 GB)Number of disks (0 – 7)Number of NICs (0 – 7)
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    • 1. Virtualizing Your Data Center
      Lai YoongSeng (MVP Virtual Machine)
      Technical Consultant
      Email:- laiys@redynamics.com
    • 2. Session Objective and Takeaways
      Objectives:
      Architecture of Next Generation of Virtualization Management
      4 Pillars of Management
      Deployment , Fabric , Cloud and Services
      Demos
      Key Takeaways:
      Ability to understand the key features of System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012
      Slide 2
    • 3. Scenario
      Case Study
      Implement Virtualization
      IT Requirements:-
      Eliminate traditional approach
      Virtual, unless…
      Save electricity
      Central Management
      Managing Heterogeneous Environment
      Secure & Compliance
      Automated
    • 4. Architecture
    • 5. Virtual Machine Manager 2008: Architecture
      Self Service Web Portal
      Console
      Operations Manager
      Management Server
      Windows PowerShell
      SCVMM Connector
      Virtual Machine Manager
      Management Server
      Management Interfaces
      Virtualization Abstraction Layer
      VMM Library
      Server
      VMware vCenter
      Hyper-V
      Hosts and Clusters
      VMware ESX
      Hosts and Clusters
      VMware ESX
      Hosts and Clusters
    • 6. Virtual Machine Manager 2012: Architecture
      Self Service Web Portal
      Console
      Operations Manager
      Management Server
      Windows PowerShell
      SCVMM Connector
      Virtual Machine Manager
      Management Server
      Management Interfaces
      Virtualization Abstraction Layer
      VMM Library
      Server
      Windows Deployment Services Server (WDS)
      Windows Software Update Services Server
      (WSUS)
      VMware vCenter
      Hyper-V
      Hosts and Clusters
      Citrix XenServer Hosts and Clusters
      VMware ESX
      Hosts and Clusters
      VMware ESX
      Hosts and Clusters
      Storage / Networking
    • 7. Fabric
      Services
      Cloud
      Deployment
      Fabric
      Management
      Bare Metal to Hyper-V Cluster
      Update Management
      Hyper-V, VMware, Citrix XenServer
      Dynamic Optimization
      Network Management
      Power Management
      Storage Management
      Monitoring Integration
    • 8. Deployment Management
    • 9. Deployment Management
      Description
      Highly Available VMM Server
      VMM Server
      VMM Server
      Description
      Upgrade VMM
      VMM Server is now cluster aware so there is no single point of failure.
      Windows Server 2008 R2 or above
      SQL 2008 SP2 or above
      No SQL Express
      No SQL Server 2005
    • 10. Video
      High Availability VMM
    • 11. Fabric Management
    • 12. Fabric Management
      Physical Server
      Bare Metal Provisioning
      Hyper-V
      Managing Heterogeneous Environment
      Hypervisor Support
      Integrate VmwareVcenter to manage Vmware ESX 4.1
      Manage Citrix XenServer
      Integrate with Windows Deployment Server (WDS)
      Integrate with Remote Server hardware management
      IPMI, SMASH, SCMI, Custom via provider
    • 13. Video
      Bare Metal Provisioning
      Managing Citrix XenServer
      Managing Vmware ESX
    • 14. Fabric Management
      Network Management
      Storage Management
      Define Logical network using VLANs and Subnet per datacenter location
      Address management for Static IPs, Load Balancer, VIPs and Mac Address
      Load Balancer Integration
      Using SMI-S provider
      Discover storage arrays and pools
      Classify storage based on throughput and capabilities
      Configure LUNs and assign to host
      Fabric Management
    • 15. Fabric Management
      Description
      Update Management
      Host is now offline for servicing Windows Update
      Integrate with Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)
      Patch Virtualization Infrastructure
      Hyper-V
      VMM Server
      VMM Library
      WSUS Server
      WDS Server
      Shared Storage
    • 16. Video
      Update Management
    • 17. Fabric Management
      Dynamic Optimization & Power Optimization
      Dynamic Optimization
      Keep cluster balanced for resource usage
      Live Migration avoid VM down
      Does not require SCOM
      Support Hyper-V, Vmware & Citrix
      Power Optimization
      Leverage Live Migration to pack more VM per host.
      Power down server to optimize for power utilization
      Leverage Out of Band Management to Power on/off.
    • 18. Cloud Management
    • 19. Cloud Management
      Delegation & Quota
      Cloud Capacity & Capabilities
      Private Cloud
      Market Admin
      (Delegated Admin)
      Lab User
      (Service User)
      Full Admin
      Network
      Storage
      Compute
      Aggregate capacity of underlying resources
      Dimension of Capacity
      vCpu,vMemory,vStorage
      Built in set representing underlying limits for Hyper-V,Citrix and Vmware
      User role assignment to Private Cloud
      Quota- Define per user limits on compute, network , storage and number of VM
    • 20. Video
      Private Cloud Management
    • 21. Services Management
    • 22. Services Management
      Description
      Applications
      Image-Based Deployment
      Server App-V
      Image-Based
      Service Templates
      Used to model a multi-tier application
      Source of truth for deployed service configuration
      Built-in support for
      Web Deploy
      Server App-V
      SQL DAC
      OS separated from apps
      Change the template and then apply that change to deployed instances
      Servicing
    • 23. Video
      Services Dashboard Designer
    • 24. Deploy VMM 2012 RC
      4 Pillar of Managements
      1
      Let’s Recap….
      Deployment
      Fabric
      Cloud
      Services
    • 25. Track Resources
      Join Malaysia Virtualization Community
      Search “MVUG” @ Facebook
      Download VMM 2012 Release Candidate
      http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=27252
      System Center VMM 2012 Technet Library
      http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg610610.aspx
      Lai Blog’s – http://www.ms4u.info
    • 26. Question ?
      Email:- laiys@redynamics.com
      www.ms4u.info

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