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VMware 2009

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    • 1. VMware vSphere April 2009 Jens Hyldgaard Petersen Senior konsulent – C2IT [email_address] Tlf. 72160777 Mobil 60631100
    • 2. GSX 1.0 ESX 1.0 Server 2001 2001 VMware Product Evolution vCloud 1.0 Cloud 2008 Workstation 1.0 VDI 1.0 Desktop 1999 2006 VirtualCenter 1.0 (with w/VMotion) Management 2003 2005 Stay Tuned! Workstation 5.0 ACE Player Fusion VDM ThinApp SVI Mobility Workstation 1.0 VDI 1.0 Desktop 1999 2006 VMware Server 2.0 ESXi ESX 3.5 GSX 1.0 ESX 1.0 Server 2001 2001 Storage VMotion DRS HA Backup Mgr Update Mgr DPM Capacity Planner Lab Mgr Stage Mgr Lifecycle Mgr Site Recovery Mgr Virtual Center 1.0 (with w/VMotion) Management 2003 2005 Workstation 6.0 ACE Player Fusion VDM ThinApp SVI Mobility VMware Server 2.0 ESXi ESX 3.5 Storage VMotion DRS HA Backup Mgr Update Mgr DPM Capacity Planner Lab Mgr Stage Mgr Lifecycle Mgr Site Recovery Mgr
    • 3. Virtualization: Industry-Standard Way of Computing Hypervisor Virtual Infrastructure Management & Automation Hypervisor Virtual Infrastructure Hypervisor Test & Development Early Adoption Mainstreaming Standardization Server Consolidation Infrastructure Management High Availability 3 rd generation 2006- 2008 2 nd generation 2003 - 2005 1 st generation 1998 – 2002
    • 4. The Next Generation of Virtualization The Virtual DataCenter Operating System (VDC OS)
      • VMware Infrastructure is extended to “Virtual DataCenter OS “in 2009
      • A Virtual DataCenter OS:
          • Aggregates server, storage and network hardware into a shared resource or ‘internal cloud’
          • Allocates this shared resource among applications precisely and efficiently
          • Provides built in services to ALL applications such as availability, security and performance scalability
          • Federates with external clouds so cloud computing is easily accessible for enterprises
      VDC OS is to the entire datacenter what Windows and Linux are to a single server
    • 5. The virtual datacenter OS from VMware vCloud vCenter On-premise Infrastructure VMware Infrastructure -> Virtual DataCenter OS SaaS Linux Windows J2EE .Net Web 2.0 … Application vServices Scalability Security Availability Infrastructure vServices vNetwork vStorage vCompute Cloud vServices
    • 6. Highest Single Server Resource Efficiency Storage Networking Virtual Machines CPU Memory
      • Virtual hardware scale out
      • Virtual hardware scale out
      • 128 cores and 512 GB of physical RAM
      • Hardware Scale Out
      • Lowest CPU overhead
      • HW Assist
      • Purpose Built Scheduler
      • Maximum memory efficiency
      • HW Assist
      • Page Sharing
      • Ballooning
      • Wirespeed (9Gb today) network access
      • VMDirectPath
      • Offload
      • Greater than 200k iops per second
      • Lower than 2 ms latency
      • VMDirectPath
      • Para-virtualized SCSI
      ESX Server App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS
      • 8-way vSMP and 256 GB of RAM per VM
    • 7. Very Large VMs, Powerful Performance % of Applications Application’s Performance Requirements IOPS Memory CPU PAST < 100 at peak < 4 MB at peak 1 to 2 CPUs 1. Source: VMware Capacity Planner assessments CURRENT 100,000 64 GB per VM 4 VCPUs FUTURE 200,000 256 GB per VM 8 VCPUs
    • 8. Infrastructure vServices and Cloud vServices VMware Infrastructure -> Virtual Datacenter OS Cloud vServices
      • vStorage Thin Provisioning
      • Linked clones Reduce storage costs by up to 50%
      • vNetwork Distributed Switch Aggregates network configuration to a datacenter level and enables 3 rd parties such as Cisco to provide VM level enforcement of qos and policies
      • Existing technologies virtualize CPU/memory with the lowest overhead and greatest efficiency (over 100k iops and less than 0.2 ms latency)
      • DRS aggregates resources across servers and provides non disruptive dynamic load balancing
      • vCloud The vCloud will connect internal datacenters and external service provider offerings together seamlessly enabling enterprises to adopt cloud-based services
      Resource Abstraction Resource Aggregation & Allocation Infrastructure vServices vNetwork vStorage vCompute
    • 9. vNetwork Distributed Switch
        • Aggregated view of virtual networking
          • Datacenter level networking (versus host level)
          • Historical statistics follow the VM
          • A unified infrastructure for networking services (monitoring, filtering, mgmt via PVLANs)
        • Simplified setup and change; seamless addition of capacity
        • Easy troubleshooting, monitoring and debugging
        • Enables new security services
      vSwitch vSwitch vSwitch App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS vNetwork Distributed Switch
    • 10. Ecosystem Enablement
        • Enterprise networking vendors can provide proprietary networking features in a VMware environment
        • Enables networking solutions to monitor, control and manage virtual networks
        • Networking/security solutions can understand/ be aware of mobile, dynamic virtual infrastructure
        • Simplicity and transparency for network administrators
        • Unified management framework for physical and virtual networks
      App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS Third Party Virtual Switch
    • 11. vStorage Technologies and Interfaces VMware Infrastructure virtual datacenter OS from VMware Infrastructure vServices vNetwork vStorage vCompute vCloud
      • VMFS
      • Linked Clones
      • Thin Provisioning
      • Storage VMotion
      Storage Partners Management Array Based Capabilities
      • Storage Virtual Appliances
      • vStorage API’s
    • 12. vStorage Thin Provisioning
        • Significantly improve storage utilization
        • Eliminate need to over-provision virtual disks
        • Reduce storage costs by up to 50%
      • Virtual machine disks consume only the amount of physical space in use
        • Virtual machine sees full logical disk size at all times
        • Full reporting and alerting on allocation and consumption
      Physical Storage Virtual Disks 10GB 20GB 40GB 100GB 20GB 40GB ESX 30GB 70GB App OS App OS App OS 10GB 10GB
    • 13. vStorage linked clones
        • Multiple virtual machines share common base disk
        • Each virtual machine has own disk that stores its writes to disk
        • Patches applies to base disk are seen by all linked clones
        • Reduce storage costs for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure by up to 90%
        • Improve storage utilization
        • Simplify patch process
      Base Disk OS App OS App OS App OS App
    • 14. Virtual is Simply Better Than Physical for All Applications CURRENT NEW
            • VMware VMsafe provides fine-grained visibility into virtual machines to proactively detect and stop previously undetectable viruses, rootkits and malware
      • IBM, McAfee, Checkpoint, Radware announce products that use VMsafe to provide complete surround protection for VMs
      • Hot add of virtual CPU, memory and network devices to virtual machines enables applications to scale non disruptively
      • Very large virtual machines 8-virtual CPUs and 256 GB of RAM meet the requirements of the most intense applications
      VMware Infrastructure -> Virtual Datacenter OS Application vServices Scalability Security Availability …… .
      • VMware Fault Tolerance , provides zero downtime, zero data loss availability to all applications against hardware failures
      • vCenter Data Recovery provides quick, simple and cost effective backup and recovery for all applications.
      • DRS shares and reservations allow apps to shrink and grow
      • ESXi -32 MB of code, locked down interfaces, no general purpose OS dependence
      • HA, VMotion, Storage VMotion, NIC/HBA teaming provide resiliency to downtime
    • 15. VMware Fault Tolerance X X
      • Zero downtime, zero data loss
      • No complex clustering or specialized hardware required
      • Single common mechanism for all applications and OS-es
      • Single identical VMs running in lockstep on separate hosts
      • Zero downtime, zero data loss failover for all virtual machines in case of hardware failures
      • Integrated with VMware HA/DRS
      FT HA HA App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS X VMware ESX VMware ESX Availability
    • 16. vCenter Data Recovery VirtualCenter VirtualCenter
      • Agent-less, disk-based backup and recovery of your VMs
      • VM or file level restore
      • Incremental backups and data de-dupe to save disk space
      • Quick, simple and complete data protection for your VMs
      • Centralized Management through VirtualCenter
      • Cost Effective Storage Management
      1. Backup 2. Restore
      • VM goes down
      • Select VM images/files to recover
      • Restore…VM running in seconds
      • Schedule backups via VC
      • Snapshots taken
      • Data de-duped and stored
      De-duplicated Storage X VirtualCenter X VirtualCenter Availability
    • 17. Simplified Management – What’s New vCenter Application Mgmt
      • Quality of Service Management for Applications
        • vCenter AppSpeed: real-time performance monitoring and remediation guarantee service levels
      Infrastructure Mgmt
      • Proactive Management of Virtual Infrastructure
        • vCenter Orchestrator automates repetitive IT processes with a robust workflow engine
        • vCenter CapacityIQ provides proactive capacity planning for VMs, clusters and entire VI environment
        • vCenter Chargeback automates chargeback modeling for greater visibility and control of IT costs
        • vCenter ConfigControl a utomates discovery and tracking of configuration items for better visibility, compliance and remediation
        • Host Profiles simplify setup and ensure standardization
    • 18. Monitor and Control QoS with vCenter AppSpeed Policies (SLA) Quality of Service 99.9% Uptime Fault Protection Encryption Enabled
        • Monitor application performance from end-user perspective
        • Collect and correlate across tiers and in VI
        • Automated SLA management
        • Enables proactive detection of end user performance issues
        • Integration with VI enables root cause and remediation
      55 Users 2 Servers 1 Database ü ü ü 75 Users 4 Servers Application Mgmt
    • 19. Transparent Chargeback
        • Automate chargeback modeling based on resource utilization
        • Improve decision making with end user visibility to cost of service levels
        • Simplify management, tracking and control over IT service costs
        • Costs based on service levels, underlying infrastructure and custom definitions of fixed costs
        • Chargeback tied to organizational structure
        • Integrated with vCenter
      Resource Usage Reporting Costing Model Chargeback Engine vCenter $ vCenter Chargeback Infrastructure Mgmt

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