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  • Reliability and predictabilityApplications are highly available, fault tolerantRemediation from failure is simple (re-start, re-deploy)Highly automatedRatio of servers/admins is ~50:1 in enterprises todayRatio of servers/admins is ~500:1 in “cloud” datacentersAgility and speedApplications are deployed, changes are made, remediation is executed in minutesDeploying applications takes weeks in the enterprise and it needs to be daysFocus is on applications/servicesResults are measured relative to service quality
  • Key MessageConcero is a self-service portal for deploying and managing services across hybrid cloud environmentsThis is vision over timeTalking pointsConcero is a self-service portal for deploying and managing services across hybrid cloud environmentsIt sits as a web portal above multiple instances of VMM, WAPA and Windows AzureAcross all these cloud types (Azure, WAPA and VMM clouds) the concept of a service and it’s management is what the experience is focused onIt provides the key constructs for fulfilling this experienceWeb portal for interacting with multiple hybrid clouds – providing a single panel for viewing capacity from underlying sources and ability to consume this capacityLibrary, where a service owner has compilation of services which can be deployedAccess control and delegate accessThe Strategic objective for Concero is three foldEnable IT organizations to make the transition to the public cloud using the management paradigms and constructs that they are familiar with inside the enterpriseBy giving them visibility and control to cloud deployments. Give an example of how IT departments are seeing business developers bypassing them to get cloud capacity. Concero provides the tools for an IT organization to view it’s capacity from multiple clouds, assess needs and acquire capacity so they can expand/shrink the pool onto which they can deploy their services Deliver a differentiated competitive offering to Vmware’s vCloud Director which spans the various cloud types Azure, WAPA and partner cloudsProvide an IT centric management view over Azure to increase it’s adoption by IT organizations.Provide a System Center experience for customers looking to deploy services into Azure. By doing so we make provide control to IT orgs about Azure Portability of services between their private clouds and Azure. This allows an IT org to dynamically expand and utilize capacity from external sources in a seamless manner.

CTU June 2011 - Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012
    Sainath K.E.V
    Avanade Asia Pte Ltd.
    Microsoft MVP –Directory Services
    Microsoft Author – TechNet Magazine , MOF
    Microsoft Speaker – SWUG
    Community Technology Update
  • 2. SCVMM Architecture
  • 3. Cloud Computing Enables You to DeliverIT as a Service to Your Business
    Self-Service
    Metered by Use
    Scalable & Elastic
    Shared
    Acceleratingthe Speed
    & Loweringthe Costof IT…
    while delivering Reliable Services
  • 4. DELIVERING THE PRIVATE CLOUD
    Infrastructure
    Logical & Standardized
    Diverse Infrastructure
  • 5. DELIVERING THE PRIVATE CLOUD
    Infrastructure
    Logical & Standardized
    FIN
    MKTG
    HR
    SALES
    Delegated Clouds
    Diverse Infrastructure
  • 6. DELIVERING THE PRIVATE CLOUD
    Applications
    APP 1
    OS 1
    OS 1
    APP 2
    OS 2
    OS 2
    OS
    APP 3
    OS 3
    OS 3
    Externalized Configurations
    FIN
    MKTG
    HR
    SALES
    Delegated Clouds
    Logical & Standardized
    Diverse Infrastructure
  • 7. APPLICATIONS
    Customer opportunity in private cloud
    DELIVERING THE PRIVATE CLOUD
    Business Empowerment
    Self Service
    “Administration”
    SLA Management
    APP 1
    APP 2
    OS
    APP 3
    Externalized Configurations
    FIN
    MKTG
    HR
    SALES
    Delegated Clouds
    Logical & Standardized
    Diverse Infrastructure
  • 8. SCVMM 2012 Investment Areas
    Fabric
    Services
    Cloud
    Deployment
    Fabric
    Management
    Hyper-V Bare Metal Provisioning
    Update Management
    Hyper-V,
    VMware, Citrix XenServer
    Dynamic Optimization
    Network Management
    Power Management
    Storage Management
    Cluster Management
  • 9. Deployment and Upgrade
    Highly Available VMM Server
    Addresses key customer ask
    VMM server is now cluster aware so there’s no single point of failure
    Upgrade
    From VMM 2008 R2 to VMM 2012 RC
    From VMM 2012 RC to VMM 2012 RTM
    Custom Properties
    Name/Value pairs
    No need to use Custom1…Custom10
    Powershell
    Fully powershell scriptable
    Powershell 2.0 – standard verbs, noun naming convention
    Backward compatible with VMM 2008 R2 scripting interface
  • 10. Fabric Management
    Physical Server
    Manage multiple hypervisors – Hyper-V, VMware, Xen
    Server hardware management – IPMI, DCMI, SMASH, Custom via Provider
    Host provisioning – from baremetal to Hyper-V to Cluster provisioning
    Network
    Define Logical Networks using VLANs and Subnets per datacenter location
    Address management for Static IPs, Load Balancer VIPs and MAC addresses
    Automated provisioning of Load Balancers via Provider
    Storage
    Storage Management using SMI-S
    Discover storage arrays and pools
    Classify storage based on throughput and capabilities
    Discover or configure LUNs and assign to hosts and clusters
    Rapid provisioning of VMs using snap cloning of LUNs
  • 11. Fabric Management
    Update Management of Fabric Servers
    Update operation control (On-demand scan and on-demand remediation)
    Updating a Hyper-V cluster is fully automated
    Integrated with Windows Server Update Server
    Dynamic Optimization (DO)
    Cluster level workload balancing scheme to optimize for VM performance
    Leverages live migration to move workloads
    Power Optimization (PO)
    Leverages live migration to pack more VMs per host
    Powers down servers to optimize for power utilization
    Enhanced Placement
    Over 100 placement checks/validation
    Support for custom placement rules
    Multi-VM deployment for Services
  • 12. Data Center Model
  • 13. VMM 2012 Walkthrough
    demo
  • 14. Private Cloud Usage Scenario
    Configure the fabric (servers, network, storage)
    Create a cloud from the fabric
    Delegate the cloud to a Self Service User
    Self Service User creates VMs and Services in the cloud
  • 15. Private Clouds
    Cloud Consumer View
    Capacity
    Capabilities
    Libraries
    Hosts
    Clusters
    Library Servers
    Logical Networks
    Load Balancers
    IP Address Pools
    MAC Address Pools
    Storage Classifications Storage Capacity
    Storage Pools
    Storage Providers
    Storage Arrays
  • 16. Private Clouds
    Private Cloud
    Abstraction that enables opaque usage model for service and VM management
    Fabric
    Compute: Logical grouping of hosts or clusters in host groups
    Storage: Storage Classifications, Pools, Providers and Arrays
    Network: Logical Networks, IP/MAC Address Pools, Load Balancers, VIP Templates
    Delegation - User Role
    Quota: Defines per-user limits on compute, memory, storage, number of VMs
  • 17. Cloud Capacity
    Cloud can expose
    Aggregate capacity of underlying resources (vCPU, Memory, Storage)
    Oversubscription is allowed
    Dimensions of Capacity
    vCPUs
    Memory
    Storage
    Number of deployed VMs (VMs in Library are not counted)
    Custom Quota (to support quota points from VMM 2008 R2)
  • 18. Cloud Capabilities
    Cloud can
    Host highly available VMs
    Allow VMs to use dynamic disks or differencing disks
    Enable network optimizations
    VM “shape” limits
    Processor Range (i.e. 1 - 4)
    Memory Range (i.e. 16MB – 32 GB)
    Number of disks (0 – 7)
    Number of NICs (0 – 7)
    Built-in set representing underlying limits for Hyper-V, Xen, VMware
  • 19. User Roles and Scope
    VMMAdmin
    Delegated Admin
    Self-Service User
    Read-only Admin
  • 20. Controlling Usage by Self-Service Users
    Revocable actions – fine-grained action control
    Author, VM Control, Read-only
    Quota – 2 Types of Quota
    Shared – total usage of all members of the user role
    Per-user – usage of each member of the user role
    Dimensions of Quota
    vCPUs
    Memory
    Storage
    Number of deployed VMs (VMs in Library are not counted)
    Custom Quota (to support quota points from VMM 2008 R2)
  • 21. Service Lifecycle Management
    Service Templates
    Used to model a multi-tier application
    Source of truth for deployed service configuration
    Applications
    Built-in support for Web deploy, Server App-V, SQL DAC
    Custom command execution for other application packages
    Image-based
    OS separated from apps
    Composed during deployment
    Servicing
    Change the template and then apply that change to deployed instances
    Upgrade domains ensures application availability during servicing
  • 22. Sharing Among Application Owners
    An application owner authors the service template and then shares that template with his team to deploy the application
    Shareable Objects
    Resource group – group of on-disk library objects which user considers interchangeable
    Profiles (Hardware, Guest OS, Application, SQL)
    Templates (VM, Service)
    Virtual machine
    Service
  • 23. Building and Delegating Clouds
    demo
  • 24. Federation to Public Clouds Using “Concero”
    Customer
    Partner
    Customer
    Services
    “Concero”
    “Concero”
    Services
    Windows Azure Platform Appliance
    Windows Azure Platform Appliance
    Microsoft
    Microsoft
    VMM 2012
    VMM 2012
    VMM Future
    VMM 2012
    VMM 2012
    VMM 2012
    VMM 2012
    VMM 2012
    VMM 2012
    Windows Azure
    Windows Azure
    Hyper-V, VMware, Xen
    Hyper-V, VMware, Xen
    Hyper-V, VMware, Xen
    Hyper-V, VMware, Xen
    Hyper-V, VMware, Xen
    Hyper-V, VMware, Xen
    Hyper-V, VMware, Xen
    Hyper-V, VMware, Xen
    Hyper-V, VMware, Xen
    Fabric
    Fabric
    Concero 1.0
    Concero 1.0
    Azure – PaaS Public Cloud
    IT Pro experience for Azure
    RBAC using on-premise domain credentials
    Single view for multiple Azure subscriptions
    VMM – IaaS Private Clouds
    Manage services across multiple VMM servers
    Web based – self service experience
  • 25. Track Resources
    .
    You can also find the latest information about our products at the following links:
    Cloud Power - http://www.microsoft.com/cloud/
    Private Cloud - http://www.microsoft.com/privatecloud/
    Windows Server - http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver/
    Windows Azure - http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazure/
    Microsoft System Center - http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/
    Microsoft Forefront - http://www.microsoft.com/forefront/
  • 26. Resources
    Connect. Share. Discuss.
    http://northamerica.msteched.com
    Learning
    Sessions On-Demand & Community
    Microsoft Certification & Training Resources
    www.microsoft.com/teched
    www.microsoft.com/learning
    Resources for IT Professionals
    Resources for Developers
    http://microsoft.com/technet
    http://microsoft.com/msdn
  • 27. © 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. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.