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  • Microsoft Virtualization Deployment Summit 05/01/10 08:52 © 2008 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.

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  • 1. Fco. Javier Acero Lucena Ingeniero de Sistemas/ Instructor / Preventa at GTI [email_address]
  • 2. System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 provides a management solution for the virtualized data center that helps enable centralized management of IT infrastructure, increased server utilization, and dynamic resource optimization across multiple virtualization platforms.
  • 3. Virtual Machine Manager delivers the following key features: - Designed for managing virtual machines running on Windows Server® 2008 Hyper–V™ and Microsoft Hyper-V Server. - Virtualization support for virtual machines running on Microsoft Virtual Server and VMware ESX. - End-to-end support for consolidating physical servers onto a virtual infrastructure. - Performance and Resource Optimization (PRO) for dynamic and responsive management of virtual infrastructure. - Intelligent Placement of virtual workloads on the best-suited physical host servers. - A complete library to centrally manage all the building blocks of the virtual data center.
  • 4. Maximize IT Resources Across virtualization platforms, System Center delivers straightforward and complete support for consolidating multiple physical servers within a virtual infrastructure, thus increasing overall utilization of physical servers. Heterogeneous Virtualization Management from One Console: In addition to running on the newly available Hyper-V platform and the previously supported Microsoft Virtual Server, Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) provides compatibility with VMware VI3 through Virtual Center integration. VMM supports VMware-specific features such as VMotion while also providing VMM-specific features like Intelligent Placement to VMware servers. It further provides a straightforward wizard that can convert VMware virtual machines to VHDs through an easy and speedy Virtual-to-Virtual (V2V) transfer process.
  • 5. Fast, Reliable P2V Conversions : Virtual Machine Manager helps improve the P2V experience by integrating the P2V conversion process and by using the Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) of Windows to create a virtual machine faster and without having to interrupt the source physical server.
  • 6. Centralized Resource Management: The Virtual Machine Manager Administrator Console provides a central work area for performing resource tuning. Resource settings can be changed on virtual machines without interrupting workloads and virtual machines can be migrated from one host to another to optimize physical resources.
  • 7. Achieve Agility Virtual Machine Manger provides rapid provisioning of virtual machines by administrators and authorized users. Rapid Virtual Machine Provisioning Virtual Machine Manager enables quick provisioning of new virtual machines. Using a wizard-based user interface, IT administrators can rapidly deploy virtual machines across the entirety of the enterprise. Virtual Machine Manager also allows management and migration of existing virtual machines amongst multiple physical hosts, giving IT administrators a complete and holistic view of their virtual infrastructure.
  • 8. Centralized Library: The library in Virtual Machine Manager centrally manages all the building blocks of the virtual data center, such as virtual hard disks, CD/DVD media images, post deployment customization scripts and hardware configurations, as well as templates and ISO images.
  • 9. Rapid Deployment of Virtual Machine Templates: The library in Virtual Machine Manager adds an important tool to the administrator’s toolkit: virtual machine templates. Templates contain both the guest operating system configuration and the hardware configuration, to ensure consistency in the data center.
  • 10. Centralized Monitoring: Once workloads are consolidated onto a virtual infrastructure, Virtual Machine Manager provides IT administrators with reports and monitoring data. These capabilities can be extended with integration with Operations Manager 2007.
  • 11. Delegated Administrator Role: Available in this version of Virtual Machine Manager is also the delegated administrator role, allowing specialization of the tasks and functions that administrators are assigned. For example, a delegated administrator may be given responsibility for managing the virtualization needs of a specific host group of servers or sub-segment of users.
  • 12. Familiar Interface, Common Foundation : The Virtual Machine Manager Administrator Console is built on the familiar System Center Framework user interface, helping administrators quickly and easily become proficient in managing their virtual machines.
  • 13.
    • Componentes Arquitectura:
    • VMM Server (Por defecto es el library Server, aunque esta se puede instalar en otra máquina).
    • VMM Consola Administrativa
    • VMM Agente (usa el puerto 443 por defecto).
    • Servidor de Biblioteca (Library Server).
    • VMM Portal Autoservicio (componente opcional).
  • 14. External Network (DMZ) Singapur Virtual Machine Hosts Londres Virtual Machine Hosts Windows ® PowerShell Administrator Console Web-based Delegated Provisioning UI Virtual Machine Hosts Library Server Library Server WAN Infrastructure Library Server
  • 15.
    • Requisitos VVM Server:
    • W2008 R2 con Hyper-V ó W2008 64bits con Hyper-V
    • SQL Server 2005 Express
    • (el asistente de instalación lo instala sino se tiene).
    • - Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0
    • (el asistente de instalación lo instala sino se tiene).
    • 2GB de RAM
    • 200 GB para Library Server
    • - ADDS (Directorio Activo).
  • 16.
    • Requisitos VMM Server:
    • W2008 R2 con Hyper-V ó W2008 64bits con Hyper-V
    • SQL Server 2005 Express
    • (el asistente de instalación lo instala sino se tiene).
    • - Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0
    • (el asistente de instalación lo instala sino se tiene).
    • 2GB de RAM
    • 200 GB para Library Server
    • - ADDS (Directorio Activo).
  • 17.
    • Novedades de SCVMM 2008 R2:
    • Live Migration
    • Soporta CSV (Clustered Shared Volumes)
    • - Quick Storage Migration
    • (Mover VM´s a diferentes LUN´s)
    • Hot-Add and Removal of Storage
    • (añade y quita en caliente almacenamiento).
  • 18.
    • Biblioteca – Library Server:
    • Repositorio Centralizado
    • Incluye:
    • - Maquinas Virtuales (Store)
    • Discos Virtuales (VHD)
    • - CD/DVD Images, ISO Files
    • - Perfiles de Sistema Operativo
    • Scripts (implementaciones)
    • Ficheros de respuestas Sysprep
    • Configuraciones HW
    • Plantillas
  • 19.
    • Herramientas intuitivas y fáciles de usar
      • Característica “Core” de SCVMM. Sin coste adicional ni precio por conversión
      • Basada en un Asistente
      • Reconfigura almacenamiento, memoria, CPU, etc.
      • Copia eficiente de los discos
      • Preserva la configuración de red y las direcciones MAC
      • Automatizable a través de PowerShell
    • Plataformas Soportadas
      • En caliente – Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, y Windows Server 2008
      • Offline – Windows 2000 Server
      • Los orígenes pueden ser SMP y/o x64
  • 20.
    • Membresía
      • Determina que usuarios forman parte de un determinado role
      • Los miembros pueden ser usuarios o grupos
      • Los miembros pueden pertenecer a múltiples roles, incluidos los basados en perfiles diferentes
    • El perfíl determina
      • Qué acciones están permitidas
      • Qué interfaz de usuario será accesible
      • Como se define el ámbito
    • El ámbito determina
      • Sobre qué objetos puede llevar a cabo acciones
    Role de Usuario Membresía Perfil Ámbito
  • 21.
    • Administradores
      • Acceso total a todos los objetos
      • Acceso total a todas las acciones
      • Puede utilizar tanto la consola como PowerShell
      • Su ámbito no es personalizable
    • Administradores Delegados
      • Acceso total a la mayoría de las acciones
      • Se puede limitar el ámbito a grupos de hosts y servidores de librería
      • Puede utilizar tanto la consola como PowerShell
    • Usuarios de Autoservicio
      • Acceso limitado a un subconjunto de acciones
      • Se puede limitar el ámbito a grupos de hosts y servidores de librería
      • Puede utilizar el portal Web de Autoservicio como PowerShell
  • 22. Entorno Virtualizado Administración Delegada Administración Delegada Madrid Barcelona Producción Pruebas y Desarrollo Usuarios de Autoservicio Usuarios de Autoservicio Usuarios de Autoservicio
  • 23. PS C:> Get-VMMServer Server1 PS C:> Get-help Get-VM –Examples EXAMPLE 1: Get all virtual machines and display complete information about each one. C:PS> Get-VM -VMMServer VMMServer1.Contoso.com Gets all objects that represent virtual machines. This command retrieves virtual machine objects from the Virtual Machine Manager database on VMMServer1, which is located in the Contoso.com domain, and displays information about these virtual machines to the user. PS C:> Get-VM –VMMServer server1 | select name, processortype, memory Name ProcessorType Memory ---- ------------- ------ Print Server 1-processor 1.00 GHz Pe... 512 LOB Server 1 1-processor 1.00 GHz Pe... 512 Dev Server 1-processor 1.00 GHz Pe... 1024 Test Server 1-processor 1.00 GHz Pe... 512
    • 170 Cmdlets
    • Base de la consola y del portal de autoservicio
    • Todas las operaciones se auditan y se guardan en un log
  • 24.
    • Tecnología de planeamiento de la capacidad que asegura la mejor utilización de los recursos
    • Clasificación de los resultados para una mejor toma de decisiones
    • Algoritmo personalizable para mayor flexibilidad
    • Aplicable tanto para servidores de Microsoft como de VMware
  • 25. CPU, Red y carga del disco Requerimientos de disco físico y de memoria Configuración VM Resultado de la comprobación de las capacidades de disco y memoria Comprobación de las Capacidades del disco y la memoria Tecnología de planificación de la capacidad Host normalizado + carga de la VM Carga existente Configuración Rendimiento y Configuración del Host Función de clasificación
  • 26. Adding a new VM to a Failover Cluster – Selecting the virtual machine host.
  • 27. Managing Microsoft and VMware virtual machines.
  • 28. The P2V wizard helps users convert physical machines to virtual machines.
  • 29.
    • Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager
      • Homepage: http://www.microsoft.com/scvmm
      • Tech Center (documentación y descargas): http://technet.microsoft.com/scvmm/default.aspx
    • Microsoft Virtualization Homepage http://www.microsoft.com/virtualization
    • Microsoft System Center Homepage http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/
    • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Homepage http://www.microsoft.com/hyper-v/