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Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009
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Janalent Virtualization Event - Jan 2009

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  • The trends are clear: revenues are decreasing amid economic contraction. Simultaneously, expectations of organizations are increasing, and the IT services your organization delivers are expected to be on par. As such, many seemingly contradictory requirements are placed on you: performance versus cost, mobility versus security, innovation versus reliability and continuity, and flexibility versus control. Further, people everywhere look to their organizations to lead in environmental sustainability. Helping IT professionals find the right balance between these seemingly mutually exclusive imperatives is important to us. 
  • In virtualized systems, workflow to one failed virtual component can be instantly and automatically rerouted to an identical virtual component—even one that’s geographically remote. Domino pattern failures that cause entire system crashes are reduced or eliminated. Even older, less stable applications can be operated in a secure, isolated environment.  And failed system restoration is often as simple as copying a file onto a new machine.
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    • 1.
    • 2. Seminar Agenda
      • 08:00 – 08:30 Registration / Breakfast
      • 3. 08:30 – 09:00 Welcome / Introductions
      • 4. 09:00 – 09:15 About Janalent
      • 5. 09:15 – 10:00 Virtualization and Systems Management
      • 6. 10:00 – 10:15 Break
      • 7. 10:15 – 11:00 Virtualization and Systems Management
      • 8. 11:00 – 11:30 Real World Demo and Discussion
      • 9. 11:30 – 12:00 Survey, Give Aways, Wrap Up
    • Introductions - 30 Seconds
      • My name is
      • 10. My company is
      • 11. What I like about these types of events
      • 12. What I don’t like about these types of events
    • About Janalent
      • Innovative Solutions Consulting Organization, Founded in 2004
      • 13. Locations:
      • 14. NA Headquarters: Las Vegas, Nevada
      • 15. NA Sales: Silicon Valley, CA, Lansing, MI, Seattle, WA
      • 16. EMEA headquarters: Brussels BE
      • 17. EMEA Sales: Frankfurt DE
      • 18. Consultants spanning North America & Europe
      • 19. 12 Time zone coverage
      • 20. 500+ successful engagements on 5 continents
      • 21. Key Partnerships
      • 22. Microsoft Field Managed Gold Certified Partner
      • 23. Quest Software Elite Global “go to” Managed Partner
      • 24. NetApp Platinum “go to” Global Managed Partner
      • 25. Certified Woman-Majority, Minority-Owned, Small Business
    • Experience
      Broad Sector & Industry Success
      Over 4 Million Users / Mailboxes to date
      Deployments on five continents
      Over 500 customers in all industries
      Recognized with global awards
    • 26. Recognition
      • Microsoft Global Partner of the Year Finalist 2008
      • 27. Microsoft Regional Partner Award Winner FY 2009 Q1 & Q2
      • 28. Awarded 7 Advanced Competencies, 12 specializations
      • 29. Advanced Infrastructure Solutions
      • 30. Network Infrastructure Solutions
      • 31. Information Worker Solutions
      • 32. Unified Communication Solutions
      • 33. Security Solutions
      • 34. Mobility Solutions
      • 35. Small Business Solutions
      • 36. Over 4 Million accounts & mailboxes deployed/migrated
      • 37. Award winning Global Directory Design & Implementation
      • 38. Quest Software Platinum Elite partner, globally-managed
      • 39. NetApp Platinum partner, globally-managed
      • 40. Go-To partner for Microsoft, MCS, Quest, NetApp, & others
    • IT – trends and challenges
      Even though revenues decrease…
      …expectations of IT increase
      Tensions:
      Performance versus cost
      Security versus mobility
      Innovation versus reliability and continuity
      Flexibility versus control
      Computing growth versus pressure to improve environmental sustainability
    • 41. IT Manager Pain Points
      “…costs are too high…”
      Challenge:
      • Underutilized hardware
      • 42. Excessive power consumption
      • 43. Expensive space across data center or branch office
      “…can’t meet my SLAs…”
      Challenge:
      • Providing disaster recovery for business continuity for operating systems and applications
      “…systems can’t scale quick enough..”
      Challenge:
      Inability to respond quickly to changing needs at desktops and the datacenter
      Challenge:
      • Application incompatibilities
      Challenge:
      • Planned and unplanned downtime affecting server uptime
      Challenge:
      • Server siloing
    • Why is everyone talking about Virtualization?
      Ability to Increase
      Ability to Decrease
    • Availability, continuity, and disaster recovery
      Reroute workloads from failed server to backup server
      Host legacy applications securely
      Restore systems easily
    • 55. Improved security
      Through:
      • Centralized Management
      • 56. Streamlined security updates
      • 57. Lower infection transmission risk
      • 58. Coordinated patching & updating
    • Increased mobility and access
      Flexible desktop & work environment
      Take your desktop experience with you
      Extend to Mobile devices
    • 59. Sustainability & Green Computing
      Reduction in power consumption sends a positive message from your organization about sustainability & stewardship
    • 60. Analyst Perspectives
      “On average, respondents have virtualized 24% of their servers today and plan to have 48% virtualized in two years.”
      “Virtualization of the PC has even more potential than server virtualization… it is going to be much bigger... This will help change the paradigm of desktop computer management in organizations.”
    • 61. What are analysts saying?
      “Consolidation, virtualization, and provisioning are the three hottest trends in servers today. If you haven’t consolidated yet… if you haven’t virtualized your computing resources… and if you haven’t learned how to provision your systems and storage—you’re needlessly wasting your precious operating budget!”
      —Joe Clabby, Clabby Analytics
    • 62. VirtualizationAdoption
    • 63. So… What is Virtualization?
      Virtualization is a technique for abstracting the physical characteristics of computing resources from the way other systems, applications, or end users
      interact with those resources.
      Sales & Marketing Application
      Corporate Wide Application
      Engineering Application
      Accounting Application
      Operating
      System
      Operating
      System
      Operating
      System
      Operating
      System
      Virtual Infrastructure
      Storage
      Network
      Host Servers
      Mgmt. Servers
    • 64. Server Virtualization
      Departmental / Legacy Applications
      Specialized Applications
      Corporate
      Applications
      Line of Business Applications
      Linux / Unix
      Other Vendor OS
      Running multiple operating systems and applications directly on top of a server
    • 65. Virtualization enabled SharePoint Architecture (example) 
    • 66. Microsoft’s Virtualization Solution
      Presentation
      Virtualization
      Application
      Virtualization
      Desktop
      Virtualization
      Server
      Virtualization
    • 67. VM
      VM
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      Managin Virtual Infrastructure - SCVMM
      A centralized management application solution for Microsoft virtual server software.
      Increased Physical Server Utilization
      • Deploys multiple virtual servers on 1 physical server
      • 68. Increases flexibility
      • 69. Sets up servers for testing
      • 70. Decreases hardware costs
      Centralized Management of Virtual Infrastructure
      • Uses MOM pack for reporting and health monitoring
      • 71. Reports on consolidation candidates, utilization trending, optimization opportunities
      Rapid Provisioning of New Virtual Machines
      • Enables end users to use Self Service Provisioning UI to request and place VMs
      • 72. Enables administrators to configure rules and boundaries for provisioning
    • Our Virtualization Solutions
      Assessment
      Planning & Design
      Business Integration
      Production Pilot
      Global Migration
    • 73. Full Lifecycle Virtualization Services
      • Readiness Assessment
      • 74. Business Req. Analysis
      • 75. Business Case, ROI, TCO
      • 76. Strategy & Integration Planning
      • 77. Hyper-V Server Consolidation
      • 78. Virtual Strategy Management
      • 79. Infrastructure Management
      • 80. Availability & Continuity
      • 81. Disaster Recovery
      • 82. Knowledge Transfer
      • 83. Enterprise Scalability
      • 84. Application Packaging
      • 85. Application Virtualization
      • 86. Desktop Virtualization
      • 87. Production Application Environment
      • 88. Test Environment Application Environment
      • 89. Development Application Environment
      • 90. Pilot Deployment , End-User Validation, Full Migration
    • Virtualization Key Points
      Key Take Aways…
      • No need for “religious” discussion between MS and VMWare
      • 91. Virtualization saves $, but can expose vulnerabilities
      • 92. Holistic management is the key to administration
      • 93. MSFT desktop to datacenter strategy is the smart bet
      • 94. Drive cost out of IT using Virtualization
      • 95. Further enables IT as a service
      • 96. Scales for most companies (small to large enterprise)
      • 97. Failures are now catastrophes, w/out the right management/ planning/architecture
      Deploy
      Design
      Analyze
      Educate
      Assess
    • 98. Get Started today…www.janalent.com+1-888-290-4870sales@janalent.com

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