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  • 1. Introduction to Virtualization By Ahmad Hafeezi bin Ali Amat
  • 2. Personal Profile
    • Partnered Owner of Mirae Kaze Consulting
    • 3. Business Analyst / Business Information Systems Consultant
    • 4. Specialize in Business IT Management, Open Source Solutions & Software Development
    • 5. System Integrator for DELL
    • 6. Microsoft .Net Developer (Programmer) since 2005
    • 7. IT Internal Auditor in 2009
    • 8. Obtained Graduate Diploma in Business Major in Business Information Systems in 2010
  • 9. What is Virtualization?
  • 10. Traditional Computing Model
  • 11. Virtualized Computing Model
  • 12. What is Virtualization?
    • Virtualization, in computing, is the creation of a virtual (rather than actual) version of something, such as hardware platform, operating system, a storage device or network resources. (Wikipedia)
    • 13. Virtualization is a framework of dividing the resources of a computer into multiple execution environments. (Dr. Antonio Diaz Andre, Auckland University of Technology)
  • 14. How Does Hardware Virtualization Works?
    • Hardware Virtualization works by imitating hardware resources (memory, cpu, networking, device drivers) by means of a software layer (Hypervisor).
    • 15. The Hypervisor is installed on a host operating system (O/S) and creates Virtual Machines (VM) with their own Virtual Hardware Resources..
    • 16. Guest Operating Systems are installed on VMs and operates just like a normal Computer / Server.
  • 17. HW Virtualization Illustration
  • 18. Types of Hardware Virtualization
    • Full Virtualization – Virtual Machine fully simulates the hardware
    • 19. Hardware-assisted Virtualization – Hardware provides architectural support to run the O/S in isolation (AMD-V / Intel VT Technology)
    • 20. Paravirtualization – The O/S knows that it is in a Virtualized Environment and modify itself to make full use of the Virtual Machine
  • 21. Why use Virtualization?
    • Economies of Scale (No $$$)
    • 22. Applications that run on different O/S or different versions of the same O/S (Windows 2000, XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7)
    • 23. Lots of Underutilized Hardware Resources (Extra RAM, Storage, CPU, etc)
    • 24. Consolidate Servers (Data Centers)
  • 25. Who Can Use Virtualization?
    • Traditional Businesses with old legacy applications and aging hardware.
    • 26. Web Designers & Developers that needs to test their web sites / web applications on Internet Explorer 6 and below.
    • 27. Software Developers that needs to test their software on client environments.
    • 28. Businesses with limited capital for procuring servers.
  • 29. Virtualization Examples
    • Server Machine – DELL Poweredge T110
    • 30. 2 Gb RAM, Intel Xeon 2.4GHz, 250Gb Sata HD
    • 31. Tested with OpenVZ, Xen Hypervisor & Xen Cloud Platform
    • 32. 6 Virtual Servers (4 Linux Server & 2 Windows Server 2008)
  • 33. Benefits of Virtualization
    • Reduce Initial Capital to Procure Hardware.
    • 34. Increase Utilization of Hardware Resources (Memory, CPU, Storage, Networking, etc) – Increases Return of Investment (ROI)
    • 35. Reduce Associated Cost to Hardware (Power Cost, Room Space, Disposal Cost, etc) – GO GREEN!!!
    • 36. Easy to Backup, Duplicate, Deploy and Restore (Easier Management)
  • 37. List of Virtualization Platforms
    • Proprietary Platforms
    • 38. Parallels Virtuozzo
    • 39. VMWare Server
    • 40. Citrix XenServer
    • 41. Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008
  • 46. Questions & Answers?
  • 47. Thank You!