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Private cloud 201 how to build a private cloud

  1. 1. Private Cloud 201How to Build a Private CloudHarold WongSr. IT Pro EvangelistBlogs.technet.com/haroldwong al 1
  2. 2. “The Cloudscape” Dedicated Cloud Public Cloud Publish to Cloud Secure Cloud or Enterprise Federation Private Cloud International ENTERPRISE Microsoft Confidential 2
  3. 3. Cloud Definitions• Private cloud. The cloud infrastructure is operated solely for an organization. It may be managed by the organization or a third party and may exist on premise or off premise.• Public cloud. The cloud infrastructure is made available to the general public or a large industry group and is owned by an organization selling cloud services.• Hybrid cloud. The cloud infrastructure is a composition of two or more clouds (private, community, or public) that remain unique entities but are bound together by standardized or proprietary technology that enables data and application portability (e.g., cloud bursting for load- balancing between clouds).
  4. 4. Cloud Computing Characteristics Ref: The NIST Definition of Cloud Computing http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/SNS/cloud-computing/cloud-def-v15.docOn-demand Ubiquitous Location Rapid Measuredself-service network transparent elasticity service with access resource pay per use pooling
  5. 5. The *aaS’s• IaaS Infrastructure as a Service (TBA)• SaaS Software as a Service (Office 365)• PaaS Platform as a Service (Windows Azure)• ITaaS IT as a Service (Private Cloud/HyperV Cloud)
  6. 6. Service Across Devices and Platforms Client Tools and Cross-Platform Support PC Phone TV Server Cloud Microsoft Confidential 6
  7. 7. Really Big Datacenters
  8. 8. Private Cloud Build Options• Build your own private cloud with help from the Hyper-V Cloud Deployment Guides and Hyper-V Cloud partners.• Get a pre-validated private cloud configuration from Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track OEM partners. Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track partners have worked with Microsoft to combine hardware and software offerings based on a reference architecture for building private clouds.• Find a service provider in the Hyper-V Cloud Service Provider Program who can host a dedicated private cloud for you.
  9. 9. Service Provider Partner Country Offer Managed Hosting, Web Adhost US Hosting Agarik France Webhosting AIMS Malaysia IaaS Alog Brazil IaaS Applied Innovations US IaaS, Public Cloud Web Hosting, Managed Argeweb Netherlands Hosting Aruba Italy Web Hosting Telco, Managed Hosting, BlueFire Australia Applications - BI Telco, Outsourcer, Managed BT France France Hosting Chungwha Telecom Taiwan Managed Hosting Cloudmore Sweden IaaS, Applications Corpflex Brazil IaaS Crystone Sweden IaaS Doruk Turkey IaaS eLabs A.G. Germany Managed HostingFor Complete List of Hosting Partners please seehttp://www.microsoft.com/virtualization/en/us/hyperv-cloud-service-providers.aspx
  10. 10. Pre-Validated Private Cloud Configuration• Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track partner offerings provide flexibility and choice while reducing risk and increasing the speed of deployment. Click on the partner tabs below to learn about the available options from each partner.
  11. 11. Build Your Own Private Cloud• Fujitsu Launches Global Cloud Platform Service Powered By Windows Azure By Larry GrothausToday, Fujitsu and Microsoft announced the upcoming August 2011 availabilityof the Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform service, which marks the first officialproduction release of a Windows Azure platform appliance delivered byFujitsu. The new service offering has already been running in Fujitsu’sdatacenter and available on a trial basis to companies since April 21, 2011.
  12. 12. Build Your Own Private Cloud• Your private cloud will deliver many of the benefits of public cloud computing – Self-service – Scalability – Elasticity – Resource Pooling
  13. 13. Build Your Own Private Cloud• The Hyper-V Cloud Deployment Guides are a collection of best practices based on a Microsoft Consulting Services framework. They are designed to help you deploy a private cloud solution using Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V, System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2, and the Virtual Machine Manager Self-Service Portal 2.0.http://www.microsoft.com/virtualization/en/us/private-cloud-get-started.aspx
  14. 14. System Requirements
  15. 15. Hyper V R2 Host Limitations
  16. 16. Hyper V R2 Guest Limitations
  17. 17. Hyper V R2 Guest OS Processor Limitations
  18. 18. Storage• Direct Attached Storage• iSCSI Storage Area Network• Fibre Channel Storage Area Network
  19. 19. Drive Types• SCSI• SAS• SATA• Fibre Channel
  20. 20. Drive Redundancy• Raid 1• Raid 10• Raid 5• Raid 50
  21. 21. Storage Controller Architecture
  22. 22. System Architecture• Rack Mounted Servers• Blade Servers• Symmetric Multi Processor Servers
  23. 23. Standard Rack Mounted Servers
  24. 24. Blade Servers
  25. 25. Symmetric Multi Processor Servers
  26. 26. Processors
  27. 27. RAM
  28. 28. Network Architecture
  29. 29. Host Bus Adapter (HBA)
  30. 30. VM’s
  31. 31. VHD’s• Dynamically Expanding• Fixed Size• Differencing• Pass Through Disks
  32. 32. Disk Access
  33. 33. iSCSI LUN
  34. 34. Virtual Networks
  35. 35. Security
  36. 36. DemoPrivate Cloud Infrastructure Walkthrough
  37. 37. System Center
  38. 38. System Center Virtual Machine Manager• SCVMM Server• SCVMM Administration Console• SCVMM Self Service Portal• SCVMM Agent• SCVMM Library Server
  39. 39. SCVMM Server• Runs SCVMM Service• Connects to a SQL Database• Is the Default Library Server
  40. 40. SCVMM Administration Console• Create, deploy, and manage virtual machines and templates• Monitor and manage hosts (Windows Server® 2008/ Windows Server® 2008R2 Hyper-V™, Microsoft® Virtual Server 2005 and VMware® Virtual Center managed ESX servers) and library servers• Manage library objects and jobs• Manage global configuration settings
  41. 41. SCVMM Self Service Portal
  42. 42. Self Service Portal 2.0• VMMSSP Website• VMMSSP Database• VMMSSP Server• VMMSSP Reporting Dashboard
  43. 43. Hardware Requirements
  44. 44. Software Requirements
  45. 45. Architecture (Single Server)
  46. 46. Architecture (Four Server)
  47. 47. Security Considerations• Understanding and planning the default and custom user roles that are defined in the self-service portal.• Planning and preparing the service accounts.• Understanding the ports and protocols required for establishing communication channels between various self-service portal components.• Hardening the Web server that will run the VMMSSP website component.•
  48. 48. Security Considerations• Accounts and Groups• Service Accounts• Firewall Exceptions
  49. 49. Hardening The SSP Website• Configuring SSL for the Self-Service Portal• Disabling ISAPI Handlers That Are not Needed
  50. 50. ISAPI Handlers
  51. 51. How To Disable ISAPI Filters1. On the Web server, in Administrative Tools, open InternetInformation Services (IIS) Manager.2. Expand Sites, and navigate to the IIS website configuredfor the self-service portal.3. In the Features View pane, under IIS, open HandlerMappings.4. For each handler that is not listed in the preceding table,select the handler, click Remove, and then click Yes.
  52. 52. VMSSP Dashboard
  53. 53. SCVMM Agent
  54. 54. Virtual Machine Host
  55. 55. Host Groups• Set aside resources on the hosts for the use of the host operating system.• Designate hosts that are used for self-service.• Designate which hosts are connected to a storage area network (SAN). (This is a best practice.)• Enable the automatic placement of virtual machines on the best host in a group of hosts.
  56. 56. SCVMM Library Server
  57. 57. SCVMM Server PlacementOne is enough except…• When the development and test environments are managed separately from the production virtual environment• When the virtual environments grows—or is planned to grow—beyond the supported maximum of 400 hosts and 8,000 virtual machines
  58. 58. Network Considerations• Connectivity• Bandwidth• Network traffic
  59. 59. Storage Considerations• DAS• Fiber Channel• iSCSI
  60. 60. Monitoring and Reporting• Provided through the Server Virtualization Management Pack for System Center Operations Manager 2007.• Before reports can be viewed and used, Operations Manager must be installed and the Server Virtualization Management Pack deployed.
  61. 61. Physical 2 virtual Migrations
  62. 62. DemoPrivate Cloud System Center Tools and Automation
  63. 63. Resourceshttp://blogs.technet.com/haroldwong
  64. 64. Resources• Trial Software Downloads – Windows Server 2008 R2 – Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 – Configuration Manager 2007 R3 – Operations Manager 2007 R2 – Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 – Service Manager 2010 – Opalis – System Center 2012 Release Candidates / Betas
  65. 65. Resources • www.microsoft.com/virtualization – White Papers – Case Studies – Deployment Guides – Partners• http://TechNet.microsoft.com/Virtualization – Links to webcasts – Videos – Whitepapers• http://blogs.technet.com/haroldwong
  66. 66. © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. 66 MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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