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IBM Virtual Desktop Virtualization - IBM och VMware visar hur du kan utveckla din befintliga miljö, uppgradera på ett framtidssäkrat sätt och slutligen förbereda dig för att ta steget ut i …

IBM Virtual Desktop Virtualization - IBM och VMware visar hur du kan utveckla din befintliga miljö, uppgradera på ett framtidssäkrat sätt och slutligen förbereda dig för att ta steget ut i molnet.
Denna presentation hölls på Nordic Forum i Kista 2012. Talare var Peter Nilsson, IBM sales specialist system x och Erik Hjalmarsson, VMware

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  • 1. Virtual Desktop VirtualizationPeter Nilsson © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 2. System xSmarter Systems for a Smarter PlanetDesktop Virtualization Seven key factors are driving VDI in today’s business climate 1. Windows 7 migration 2. Increasing mobility of “work”…it is no longer a place for a lot of people 3. Ownership of end point devices is changing with BYOC programs 4. Many device types accessing applications and data 5. Complexity and cost of managing existing desktop environments 6. Need for rapid recovery from theft, failure and disasters 7. Data security and compliance concerns Flexibility Control Choice Security Self Service Lower Costs2 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 3. System xSmarter Systems for a Smarter PlanetVirtual Desktop Benefits End User Flexibility & Productivity Reduce end-user downtime Automate desktop and data backup High availability and business continuity Increase desktop access OPEX Cost Savings Reduce help desk calls Improve desktop management efficiency Simplify security and compliance Provision users & deploy desktops in minutes CAPEX Cost Savings * C us tomer exam Reduce storage requirements ples c ompile Improve desktop consolidation ratios d from typica Improve backend user density l case s in th e indu stry3 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 4. VMware S Erik Hjalmarsson4 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 5. People Are Working Differently and Have High Expectations Sources: Morgan Stanley 2011, Gartner 2011, Forrester 2010, Pew 2011 ACCESS: 37% use do-it-yourself tech 97% carry > 2 devices OS ACCESS APPS: 2015 Mobile App Market $38B DEVICES APPS DEVICES: 2010 Shipments Tablets + Smartphones > PC 2015 shipments 1.1B cell phones, 300M tabletsTransition to the Post-PC Era Has Already Begun5
  • 6. IT is Under Pressure from Every Direction C CO O ET M M PL PL G D IIA AN U NC B CE E STUCK IN A OS ACCESS VICIOUS SPIRAL DEVICES APPS S U ES US SE N ER SI RS S U B6
  • 7. Transition to the Post-PC Era Has Already Begun Installed base of enterprise applications 2011 Source: Gartner, 2011 A New Approach Is Required7
  • 8. The EUC Platform for the Post-PC Era Simplify Manage Connect Desktop Service Universal Services Broker SaaS Mobile App Catalog Service Users, Application, Data Policies Secure Data Service Universal Access8
  • 9. Where Are We Headed for the User? My Apps, My Files, Native Device Experience9
  • 10. Break the Cycle and Move to the Post-PC Era Escape to Your Cloud Embrace Improve what the Cloud you have now10
  • 11. Improve New Apps what you Project Octopus have now Project AppBlast Prepare to Break Out Horizon ThinApp ThinApp View 5 View Better Desktops, Better Applications 11
  • 12. Building the Composite Desktop X86 Hardware Operating System Application Application Machine User/Profile Virtualization Virtualization • Virtualization breaks the bond between each layer • Allows IT to manage each layer separately • Users can pick HW and apps while still locking down desktop • Supports server hosted desktops and PCs12
  • 13. Create Conflict Free Applications Problem: • Tightly coupled relationships between OS, Applications and Data Symptoms: • Application Conflicts • Complex Compatibility Test Matrices • Diminished Time to Deployment • Loss of User Productivity • Increased helpdesk support calls Solution: VMware ThinApp 2009 Reader’s Choice Award • Agentless application virtualization 2010 Best product in category www.virtualizationreview.com decouples applications and data from the OS13
  • 14. VMware ThinApp Virtualized App Architecture ThinApp Compressed Container (EXE) Application Registry Access Virtual Physical Registry Registry Virtual Physical File Access File System File System Sandbox Virtual OS (VOS)14
  • 15. The VMware ThinApp SolutionAgentless architecture • Single file – EXE, MSI • No installation or changes to registry • Zero management required on end point deviceSeamlessly fits into any environment • No streaming server hardware or software needed • Plugs into any existing management framework Run Virtually Any Application from Any Device • Desktop, USB, flash, terminal services, Citrix • Any windows application – simple to complex • Supporting components can be run side by side (java, .Net)Ensuring security without compromising user flexibility•User-Mode execution•Virtual Registry protects underlying host OS • No device drivers installed on underlying OS15
  • 16. Expand Target Users of the Enterprise Desktop Task Tele- Mobile Power Power Office Bound Oriented commuter Users Users Users WAN Bandwidth Optimization Unified Communication Virtual 2121 2121 Persona Management Desktop 5.0 View 3D Graphics iPad, Android, Mac, Linux… 21% 9% 46% 16% 8%Enterprise Desktop User Segments (600M User TAM) 16
  • 17. View 5: WAN Bandwidth Enhancements -75% Reduction in Bandwidth Consumption Optimized WAN performance Client-side caching Improved session resilience Lossless CODEC17
  • 18. View 5 with Unified Communications Seamless and Scalable18
  • 19. Scalable, High-Quality Rich Media View 5 Laptop UC Call Control Media WAN Processing Thin Client Voice and Video Call Signaling19
  • 20. View 5 with Persona Management Personalization across non-persistent sessions Fast login/logout and reduced IOPs No additional infrastructure No dependency on roaming profiles20
  • 21. Delivering High Performance 3D Graphics with View 5 View 5 Non-hardware acceleration No Windows client-side dependencies21
  • 22. VMware View Architecture View Composer ThinApp View AgentSecurity Server Connection ESXi Server vCenter ActiveView Client Directory Transfer Server 22
  • 23. End-to-End Performance Monitoring and Troubleshooting Centralized Virtual Desktops vCenter Operations for View VMWARE Parent VIEW MANAGER Image Thin Client VMWARE Desktop VIEW COMPOSER Local Mode VMWARE Tablets THINAPP Clients Network vSphere Storage View Manager23
  • 24. “View Users” Dashboard – Troubleshooting Overview List/Search 1 Display a View end-user Users with all supporting dey@vmware infrastructure components Ranked Root-Causes for selected objectRaw metrics for Metric charts forselected object 4 selected metrics24
  • 25. Horizon: Bridge to the Cloud and Mobile Simplify Manage Connect Desktop Service Horizon SaaS Mobile App Catalog Service Users, Application, Data Policies Secure Data Service Universal Access25
  • 26. Horizon: Setting Application, Data and Device Policies Simplify Manage Connect Federated User Usage Device File/Data Payment Directory Entitlements, Desktop Service Tracking Policies Policies Services Services Settings, and and Reporting SaaS Policies Horizon Mobile App Catalog Service Users, Application, Data Policies Secure Data Service Universal Access26
  • 27. Horizon: User Workspace Delivered as a Service to Any Device Simplify Manage Connect Desktop Service SaaS Horizon Mobile App Catalog Service Users, Application, Data Policies Secure Data Service Universal Access27
  • 28. Horizon: User Workspace Delivered as a Service to Any Device Simplify Manage Connect Desktop Service SaaS Horizon Mobile App Catalog Service Users, Application, Data Policies Secure Data Service Universal Access28
  • 29. Horizon Mobile: Bridging Personal, Enterprise Mobile Workspaces Simplify Manage Connect Desktop Service SaaS Horizon Mobile Mobile App Catalog Service Users, Application, Data Policies Secure Data Service Universal Access 29
  • 30. Horizon Mobile: Bridging Personal, Enterprise Mobile Workspaces EnterprisePersonal Virtual “Work” Phone – Unrestricted access to personal fully-encrypted, runs locallydata and applications Fully managed by IT Make calls, share pictures Corporate applications and Personal (“home”) phone cannot infrastructure supportbe viewed/altered by the enterprise Complete separation 30
  • 31. Project AppBlast: Universal Application Access Simplify Manage Connect Desktop Service SaaS Universal Services Mobile Broker App Catalog Service Users, Application, Secure Data Policies Universal Access Data Service Access Windows, Linux Apps from the Browser31
  • 32. AppBlast Technology Preview From the cloud Deliver just an application32
  • 33. Project Octopus: Secure Data Sync and Collaboration Service Simplify Manage Connect Desktop Service SaaS Universal Services Mobile Broker App Catalog Service Users, Application, Data Policies Secure Data Service Universal Access33
  • 34. What Your Users Are Doing TodayUnsecure Unsanctioned File Access and Sharing Users are frustrated with their file- sharing experience and are less productive Leveraging multiple unsanctioned services to meet needs Internal Users 37% of U.S. information workers use do-it- yourself technology!* UnsanctionedFile Servers Access *Forrester34
  • 35. VMware Octopus Technology Preview Access & Share IT Control Anytime & Anywhere Remote Device Control & Device Wipe Storage, Retention, Sharing and Versioning Policies Auditing Personal and Shared Data; Collaboration with Real-Time Notification35
  • 36. Octopus Native Client Views36
  • 37. The Desktop of the Future–“Context-Aware” User Workspace Cross-Platform Portal Mobility and Offline Enterprise “App Store” Virtual Desktops End-User Workspace App Management SaaS Applications App Publishing Admin Console Data Services AD Cloud Identity Foundation App Entitlement and Tracking Policy and Access Management Optimized for users, applications and data ……37
  • 38. Summary: The VMware Platform for the Post-PC Era Simplify Manage Connect View AppBlast ThinApp Desktop Service Universal Horizon Mobile Horizon ServicesApplication Broker Manager Fusion App Catalog Workstation Service View Client Octopus Users, Application, Data Policies Secure Data Service Universal Access 38
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  • 40. System xSmarter Systems for a Smarter Planet The IBM SmartCloud Desktop Project Framework Using Best Practices - transitioning to a virtualized end user model Desktop Cloud Assessment Workshop Proof of Concept Desktop Cloud Assessment & Planning Process Design Implementation Operation Business needs Data gathering and Detailed solution Setup of Adjustments of Technical analysis design production the system Findings Setup of pre- Application testing environment requirements High level solution production Piloting Administration Possible scenarios design Application Changes Support TCO (high level) Solution interfaces testing due to piloting Cloud services Understand MS PoC environment Verification of Rollout license time and cost Labor and cost Handing over of estimate optimization / estimates solution application Order hardware Project Project migration and software management management Project management Develop Business Create Analysis and Create a Design Implement the Provide Ongoing Case Strategy Document Document Solution Services40 40 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 41. System xSmarter Systems for a Smarter PlanetAn SmartCloud Desktop Assessment is highly recommended toestablish sound approach for transformation Standard Pre-defined Engagement – estimated 6-9 wks Standard SOW – Data Gathering – Pre-virtualisation Analysis – Access Strategy Document provides the go-forward plan Application / workload Insights – – What applications / workloads do I have in my environment? – Which ones would thrive in a virtualized environment? – Which ones will have problems if virtualized? User Insights – – Which user environments should be virtualized? Virtualization Options – – Which architecture? Should I use Application Virtualization? Which apps? – How should I configure storage? Capacity – – How much CPU, memory and IO am I currently consuming? – How should I define the virtual machines based on the resource demands? – How do I account for workload, user need, time of day, geography and other factors? Migration – – What is the best path to transition from a traditional to a virtualized environment without disrupting operations? Management – – How do I manage the resulting physical and virtual servers? Drives clear understanding of scope and impact of project, the resources required and builds a valuable detailed planning and requirements document.41 41 IBM Smart Business Desktop Cloud – Assessment Process Overview © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 42. Frågor42 © 2011 IBM Corporation