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Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
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Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
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Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
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Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
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Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
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Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
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Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
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Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
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Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
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Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
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Semplificare la complessità 2012 10 24_Convegno Mauden SpA
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Presentazione relativa al Convegno organizzato da Mauden SpA: "Semplificare la complessità. Nuove soluzioni per ottimizzare l'infrastruttura del sistema informativo aziendale". …

Presentazione relativa al Convegno organizzato da Mauden SpA: "Semplificare la complessità. Nuove soluzioni per ottimizzare l'infrastruttura del sistema informativo aziendale".
Agenda dell'evento:
9,30 / 10,00 Accoglienza partecipanti

10,00 ROBERTA VIGLIONE, Presidente Mauden
Benvenuto e introduzione

10,10 MAURO PIROVANO, Mauden
Gestire la complessità dell’infrastruttura di un moderno sistema informativo aziendale

10,25 ALESSANDRO MALOSIO, IBM
Sistemi Esperti Integrati: la famiglia IBM PureSystems
La gestione integrata dell'infrastruttura: la soluzione Flex System Management (FSM)

11,00 MATTEO MARINI, VMware
Ottimizzare il management e la continuità del business: l’integrazione di VMware nella piattaforma Purflex

11,35 Coffee Break

11,50 ALESSANDRO MALOSIO, IBM
Dalla virtualizzazione all'automazione: realizzare un Cloud Privato con la soluzione SmartCloudEntry

12,25 MATTEO MARINI, VMware
Le novità VMware f.y. 2013: come ridurre la complessità e aumentare la flessibilità del Data Center

13,00 Lunch

Milano, 24 ottobre 2012, c/o Black Label Room - Hotel Diana Majestic

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  • 1. SEMPLIFICARE LA COMPLESSITÀNuove soluzioni per ottimizzare linfrastruttura del sistema informativo aziendale 24 ottobre 2012 Hotel Diana Majestic, Viale Piave 2, Milano
  • 2. MAURO PIROVANO Mauden SpAGestire la complessità dell’infrastruttura di un moderno sistema informativo aziendale
  • 3. Giancarlo LivraghiPubblicitario, scrittore e bibliografo
  • 4. La complessità spiegata in modo semplice (*)Quando lo scopo è andare da A a B, nella mente di tutti noi si delinea un percorso lineare,quindi molto SEMPLICE: A BTuttavia, nel mondo reale fra un punto A e un punto B ci sono sempre “interferenze”. Le rettenon esistono: il percorso reale sarà necessariamente più COMPLESSO A B(*) Giancarlo Livraghi, Lumanità dellinternet. Le vie della rete sono infinite, Hops Libri,Milano, 2001
  • 5. Se l’obiettivo da raggiungere è per sua natura complicato e quindi l’operazione da compiere ècomplessa, il percorso diviene ancora più tortuoso e si può persino perdere di vista l’obiettivo: C D A B E FÈ quello che accade, per esempio, in una qualsiasi organizzazione se le diverse componentinon hanno una conoscenza condivisa della rotta da seguire
  • 6. In un ambiente stabile, entro il quale le variabili fossero facilmente controllabili, la condivisionedell’obiettivo e la puntuale verifica dei percorsi basterebbero a far convergere gli sforzi, così: A BPurtroppo,in genere si ha a che fare con ambienti turbolenti, nei quali le evoluzioni non sonoprevedibili
  • 7. Continuare a considerare solo l’obiettivo “B” può quindi essere controproducente:raggiungerlo dai punti C, D, E ed F implicherebbe complicate e faticose “retromarce”.Le inversioni di rotta, potrebbero rappresentare SOLUZIONI TROPPO COMPLESSE N C D A B E FInvece, osservando il sistema con un atteggiamento più elastico, si potrebbe notare che alcune“deviazioni” in realtà convergono verso un nuovo obiettivo (N)
  • 8. Puntando sul nuovo obiettivo, senza necessariamente tagliare i“rami” che esplorano altredirezioni, muta la struttura del sistema: N AChe può sembrare poco “logica”… Ma è più semplice di quelle che si disegnerebberotentando di seguire un modello “lineare” :
  • 9. In analogia con quanto accade in natura, dove “paga” l’evoluzione non lineare,LA “COMPLESSITÀ” NON È IN REALTÀ PIÙ COMPLESSA DEI SISTEMI “ORDINATI” : al contrario, tende a sintesi più semplici SOLUZIONI SEMPLICI per PROBLEMI (APPARENTEMENTE) COMPLICATI
  • 10. Corsi e ricorsi della storia PC SISTEMI INGEGNERIZZATI DDDD DDDD DDDD • Gestione accentrata • Footprint • Virtualizzazione • Ri-consolidamentoMAINFRAME
  • 11. Corsi e ricorsi della storia
  • 12. Corsi e ricorsi della storia
  • 13. Corsi e ricorsi della storia
  • 14. Corsi e ricorsi della storia
  • 15. Corsi e ricorsi della storia
  • 16. Corsi e ricorsi della storia
  • 17. Il mercato italiano dell’IT: dinamiche di crescitaVariazioni % su anno precedente (Assintel Report 2012) 70,00% 60,00% 50,00% 40,00% 30,00% 20,00% 10,00% 0,00% -10,00% -20,00% -30,00% Δ 09/08 Δ 10/09 Δ 11/10 Δ 12/11 E Hardware e assistenza -5,50% -19,10% -1% -9,40% tecnica Software -2,90% 0,90% 3% 0,80% Servizi IT -6,30% -3,80% 2,10% -3,80% Cloud Computing 0 58,20% 40,40% 57,80% Totale mercato IT -4,50% -7,60% 1,90% -3,20%
  • 18. Destinazione della spesa IT per macro capitolo di spesa e per classe dimensionale (Assintel Report 2012) xxxxx
  • 19. Green IT Prineville, Oregon (USA): i dati relativi all’efficienza dei consumi d’acqua ed energia accolgono i visitatori nell’ingresso del Data Center all’avanguardia di Facebook
  • 20. ALESSANDRO MALOSIO IBM Sistemi Esperti Integrati: la famiglia IBM Pure SystemsLa gestione integrata dell’infrastruttura: la soluzione Flex System Management (FSM)
  • 21. Sistemi Esperti Integrati:la famiglia IBM PureSystemsLa gestione integrata dellinfrastruttura:la soluzione Flex System Manager (FSM) Alessandro Malosio System x and PureSystems Technical Sales Support Team IBM Italia S.p.A. © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 22. What are today’s pressures and realities Consumerization • Mobility • Social business • Iterative solutionsBusiness Demands IT Needs• Address opportunities • Deliver new more quickly capabilities faster• Drive business • Shift resources from innovation maintenance to• Leverage technology transformation more strategically • Control growing complexity © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 23. You experience the barriers of time, cost and risk todayAligning IT and business goals Business Goals Grow top and bottom line by: IT Reality Getting Up and Running • Driving business innovation Takes months: • Specify/Design • Integrate • Make new markets • Procure • Deploy • Respond to competitive threats Development Operations • Enhance the customer Takes 30-90 days: experience • Provision • Configure Ongoing Effort Takes months and requires downtime: • Customize/Tune • Maintain • Scale • Upgrade • Manage © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 24. IBM PureSystems family integration by design Deployment Applications MiddlewareOptimizes the complete solution Development Integration stack Built-in Expertise by Design• All hardware and software components factory integrated and optimized• Fully virtualized and built for cloud•Management Storage tuned to data needs• Hardware directly tuned to the software• System resource allocation uniquely optimized per selected pattern for each application workload Simplified Virtualization Experience Storage Servers Networking © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 25. Infrastructure System: Platform System:Expert at sensing and Expert at optimallyanticipating resource deploying and runningneeds to optimize applications for rapidyour infrastructure time-to-value The world’s first family of expert integrated systems © 2012 IBM Corporation© IBM Corporation 2012
  • 26. Simplified Experience Expert Integrated SystemsReduce time, effort and risk throughout the solution lifecycleStarts at Acquisition: A continuum of value from building blocks to systemsFlex System Pre-configured, pre-integrated Pre-configured, pre-integrated Chassis 14 half-wide bays infrastructure systems with platform systems with for nodes compute, storage, networking, middleware designed for physical and virtual transactional web applications Compute management, and cloud and enabled for cloud with Nodes Power 2S/4S (1) management with integrated expertise. x86 2S/4S integrated expertise. Storage Node V7000 Expansion inside or outside chassis Management Appliance Optional Networking 10/40GbE, FCoE, IB 8/16Gb FC Expansion PCIe Storage © IBM Corporation 2012 Note (1) : Power compute nodes only available in PureFlex, not ordered as a separate component
  • 27. Announcing the first two members of the IBMPureSystems family Infrastructure System: Platform System: Expert at sensing and Expert at optimally anticipating resource deploying and running needs to optimize applications for rapid your infrastructure time-to-value © 2012 IBM Corporation © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 28. Integrated Infrastructure Designed for future generations of technology 1 system for compute, storage and systems networking Up to 896 cores, 43 TB10 U memory, 480 TB storage and 26M IO operations per second, per rack Up to 4 chassis per rack 10U Chassis 14 Node scalable up to 4 racks Bays © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 29. Integrated Compute NodesNo compromise designs for full performance Support multiple architectures using up to 14 POWER7 or x86 nodes per chassis Support for applications across multiple operating environmentsPOWER7 ® ® ®AIX , i , Linuxx86 ®Linux , ®WindowsVMware® © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 30. Integrated Systems Networking Pay as you grow scalability Low latency, terabit switching and network bandwidth-on- demand Virtual Machine Ready Ethernet networking40Gb uplinks 10Gb, 1Gb 80Gb of Ethernet bandwidth and FCoE network intelligence to every Fibre compute and storage node Channel 16Gb, 8Gb Infiniband QDR, FDR © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 31. Integrated StorageStore more for less 1Gbps iSCSI Virtualize existing storage -- 10Gbps iSCSI IBMs or competitors -- and migrate data without disruption 8Gbps Fibre Channel Optimize application performance with Flash storage and Intelligent Storage Tiering Double storage efficiency and improved transactional performance up to 300% Storwize V7000 © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 32. Consolidated Virtualized Tiered Automated Storage Storage Storage Deployment Space-efficient External Easy Tier Innovative GUI copies Virtualization SAN Solid-State StorageThin provisioning Hard DisksScale out storage to Increase utilization of Efficiently use solid statemanage billions of files existing storage by up disk to Increase Deploy in minutesfrom a single, to 30%. performance up to 200% on versus weeks: 3x fasterconsolidated system. critical apps. deployment Reduce TCO up to 66%Scale up storage with by deploying Reduce costs by migrating Non-Disrubtive Datasystems that can scale automated, virtualized less critical data to less Migration included withto store petabytes of storage. expensive media. every system for rapidstructured data. integration © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 33. Features: Internal & External Storage Block-level virtualization IBM IBM Oracle Microsoft HP VmWare Sun HP SGI Linux Apple IBM BladeCenter Volume Volume Volume Volume Volume SAN Internal Storage 100% SVC software Storwize V7000 External Storage (To be Optionally Virtualizated) Hitachi EMC NetApp IBM Sun HP NEC Bull Fujitsu Pillar USP, VSP CLARiiON, FAS ESS, FAStT StorageTek, MA, EMA iStorage StoreWay Eternus AxiomTagmaStore Symmetrix, DS3/4/5/6/8 USP, USP-V MSA, EVA VMAX, VNX, VNXe XIV XP © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 34. Simplified Management ExperienceManagement integration across all physical and virtual resources Chassis Map* Single management console for all resources Manage workloads while Flex System the system automatically Manager manages resources Thousands of end points at your fingertips with Quick Find © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 35. Management • New user interface Management • Cross-resource integration and automation Networking StorageSystem infrastructure • Works with the management you have • Easier monitoring Virtualization Compute Setup Wizards Global Find Chassis Map Remote Presence © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 36. Chassis managementSystems ManagementApplianceSingle focus point for seamless multi-chassismanagement providing an instant resourceoriented view of chassis and chassisresourcesResource oriented chassis map providesmultiple view overlays to monitor:  system health  work with firmware inventory  view environmental status, including thermal and power metricsChassis views to view and label hardware,OS, and firmware inventoryIncludes quick finder to launch to commonmanagement tasks (a value add for admin’s toquickly perform management tasks)Chassis map provides launch point forremote access tools to work with OS, etc. onindividual blade (node) © IBM Corporation 2012 16
  • 37. Remote Control Watch a reboot progress in background Flyover Details Resizable Powerful Toolbar – power on/off, mount local files, etc.© IBM Corporation 2012
  • 38. IBM Flex System - Update Manager Manage updates for many IBM platforms using the same interface – Automatically check for new updates – Show and install updates needed by your systems Monitor system compliance – Create compliance policies to automatically notify you when a system is out of date – Show and resolve compliance issues to install the missing updates © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 39. Virtualization ExpertiseVirtualize all resources for highest utilization VirtualAppliance Virtual Appliance Deploy Software Virtual Machines application Operating system Capture Virtual Machines Metadata More memory, more cpu power = more virtual machines per compute node Support for tens of thousands of applications across 4 hypervisors Virtualize all resources and automatically manage with highest utilization© IBM Corporation 2012
  • 40. FSM Hypervisor Support Strategy Cloud Services Disaster Recovery Extend with Service Management Security Isolation Energy Efficiencies Workload Performance Workload Resilience VM Placement  Focus on richness of capabilities for IBM Systems  Integrate with others and extend via Service Management Image Management Focus on Depth VM RelocationStorage & IO Virtualization Resource Pooling VS Lifecycle Health and Status Integrate with OthersDiscovery and Inventory PowerVM, KVM VMware Hyper-V Others… © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 41. Virtualization management Virtualization Management – Manage Virtual Servers and Hosts – HMC and Systems – VS Life-cycle management – Topology Maps – Create empty virtual server – Monitoring, automation Edit virtual resources – Edit Hosts – Edit Virtual Servers – GUI or command line – Launch to Platform Manager Relocate – Live relocation – Plan for relocation © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 42. Image management and deploymentTasks for Virtual Appliances SW Deploy OS Import Capture meta-data Versioning Virtual Appliance© IBM Corporation 2012
  • 43. Designed for Cloud with resource pooling andautomated provisioning expertiseDramatically improve system utilization and administrator productivity• Manage Services instead of Servers, Network and Storage• System Pools* are a set of resources that make up a service and can be acted upon as a group for Placement, Maintenance, etc.• Provisioning of CPU, memory, storage* and networking* with automatic virtual machine placement and optimization Management Virtualization• Utilization monitoring and policies to support performance, utilization or energy* optimized pooling Mobility SW SW SW OS OS OS Software Operating System Virtual Server Virtual Server Virtual Server Virtualization Optimized for …. • Availability • Performance • Energy* Networking Compute Storage Networking Compute Storage Systems Virtual Systems System Pools / Cloud Manage a pool of system resources or a cloud as simply as managing a single system *Some capabilities planned for future delivery © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 44. Advanced virtualizationAutomate the virtualized environment with system pools  Intelligent Virtual Machine Placement Services  Dynamic Workload Mobility  Integrated Storage and Network Management  Automation policy control for workloads – Advise – VMControl recommends actions and requires confirmation – Automate – VMControl automates actions  Availability Automations – Automate relocation of virtual workloads in response to predicted host system failures without disruption – Restart virtual workloads when a host fails – Automate remote restart of virtual workloads in response to host failures with minimal disruption  Energy Automations – Allows the pool to relocate VM’s to minimum hosts – Minimum number of hosts reduce overall energy bill  Performance Automations – Allows pool to spread VM’s for optimum performance © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 45. FSM Non-Disruptive Update Example – with VMware FSM determines there is a firmware update for one of the servers it is FSM managing within Update Manager. IBM FSM System Manager VM Control Resource Optimization Active Energy Manager The administrator chooses to Storage Control Network Control Resource Life Cycle Management evacuate the host system prior to Base and Agent Service and Support Manager VMware Platform Manager installing the update to prevent the Firmware Auto Discovery Remote Console Graphical Chassis Map Feature on Demand update vCenter need for planned downtime. Configuration Wizards POWER Systems Manager Centralized User & Security Mgmt Open Fabric Manager The FSM task to evacuate the host system using VMotion to move VMs to another available host. FSM Update Manager applies the update and, virtual virtual virtual The administrator then moves the machine machine machine virtual machines back to the updated host system using VMotion. View In Animation Mode © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 46. FSM Availability Example – with VMware FSM A physical system hosting IBM FSM System Manager Resource Optimization VMware virtual servers issues a VM Control Active Energy Manager Storage Control Network Control predictive failure analysis event Resource Life Cycle Management Base and Agent Service and Support Manager which is received by FSM VMware Platform Manager Auto Discovery Remote Console Graphical Chassis Map Feature on Demand vCenter Configuration Wizards POWER Systems Manager Centralized User & Security Mgmt Open Fabric Manager FSM responds with an automation plan for the affected virtual servers The plan automatically migrates the virtual servers from the failing server by calling VMotion ESX or ESX or ESX or ESXi ESXi ESXi virtual virtual virtual server server server PFA View In Animation Mode © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 47. Packaging for IBM PureFlex “Foundation” editionsFlexibility and simplicity extends from acquisition to deployment  Pre-configured, pre-integrated systems with servers, storage and networking  Includes Flex System Manager for integrated management across all virtual resources  Available in predefined starting points delivered integrated and tested Express Standard Enterprise  10Gb Network Switch  10Gb Network Switch  2 x 10Gb Network Switch  8Gb Fibre Chan. Sw.  2 x 8Gb Fibre Chan Sw.  2 x 8Gb Fibre Chan Sw.  2 PSU / 4 Fans  4 PSU / 6 Fans  6 Power / 8 Fans  Flex System Manager  Flex Sys Mgr Advanced  FSM Sys Mgr Advanced  V7000 Storage Controller  V7000 Storage Controller  V7000 Storage Controller  Compute Node (x or  Compute Node (x or power)  Compute Node (x or power)  Platinum Support Services power)  Gold Support Services  Services Optimized for small and Optimized for application Optimized for transactional midsize businesses. servers with supporting and database systems. Most affordable storage and networking. Redundancy for entry point. resilient operation.  All configurations are Cloud ready with addition of SmartCloud Entry software  Choice of IBM POWER7 or Intel x86 processors  Any combination of PowerVM, VMware, KVM, or Microsoft HyperV  Choice of AIX, IBM i, Microsoft Windows®, and Linux from Red Hat, SUSE27 © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 48. FlexSystemManager - featuresThe IBM Flex System Manager base feature set offers the following functionality:• Support for up to four managed chassis• Support for up to 5,000 managed elements• Auto-discovery of managed elements• Overall health status• Monitoring and availability• Hardware management• Security management• Administration• Network management (Network Control)• Storage management (Storage Control)• Virtual machine life cycle management (VMControl Express)• I/O address management (IBM Fabric Manager)The IBM FSM Advanced Feature set upgrade offers the following advanced features:• Image management (VMControl Standard)• Pool management (VMControl Enterprise) © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 49. FlexSystemManager - Virtualization managementBase feature set• Support for VMware, Hyper-V, KVM, and IBM PowerVM®.• Creates virtual servers.• Edits virtual servers.• Manages virtual servers.• Relocates virtual servers.• Discovers virtual server, storage, and network resources and visualize the physical-to- virtual relationships. © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 50. FlexSystemManager - Virtualization managementAdvanced feature set• Creates new image repositories for storing virtual appliances and discover existing image repositories in your environment.• Imports external, standards-based virtual appliance packages into your image repositories as virtual appliances.• Captures a running virtual server that is configured the way you want, complete with a guest operating system, running applications, and virtual server definition.• Imports virtual appliance packages that exist in the Open Virtualization Format (OVF) from the Internet or other external sources.• Deploys virtual appliances quickly to create new virtual servers that meet the demands of your ever-changing business needs.• Creates, captures, and manages workloads.• Creates server system pools, which enable you to consolidate your resources and workloads into distinct and manageable groups.• Deploys virtual appliances into server system pools.• Manages server system pools, including adding hosts or additional storage space and monitoring the health of the resources and the status of the workloads in them.• Groups storage systems together using storage system pools to increase resource utilization and automation.• Manages storage system pools by adding storage, editing the storage system pool policy, and monitoring the health of the storage resources. © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 51. Announcing the first two members of the IBMPureSystems family Infrastructure System: Platform System: Expert at sensing and Expert at optimally anticipating resource deploying and running needs to optimize applications for rapid your infrastructure time-to-value © 2012 IBM Corporation © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 52. IBM PureApplication SystemCombining virtualized workloads with scalable infrastructure Deployment Applications Middleware Optimizes the complete Development solution stack: • All hardware and software components factory integrated and optimized • Fully virtualized and built for cloud • Storage tuned to data needsManagement • Hardware directly tuned to the software • System resource allocation uniquely optimized per selected pattern for each application workload Virtualization Storage Servers Networking © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 53. Patterns of Expertise: Proven best practices and expertise for complex tasks learned from decades ofclient and partner engagements that are captured, lab tested and optimized into a deployable formWhat is a Pattern?• The pre-defined architecture of an application• For each component of the application (i.e. database, web server, etc) • Pre-installation on an operating system • Pre-integration across components • Pre-configured & tuned Monitoring • Pre-configured Monitoring Lifecycle Management • Pre-configured Security • Lifecycle Management• In a deployable form, resulting in repeatable deployment with full lifecycle management• Delivering superior results: • Agility: Faster time-to-value • Efficiency: Reduced costs and resources • Simplicity: Simpler skills requirements • Control: Lower risk and errors © 2012 IBM Corporation © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 54. Three ways to get the value of patterns ofexpertise Add third-party Capture your own expertise: application patterns  Image Construction & Composition Tool allows you to of expertise create your own custom virtual images  Pattern Development Kit allows you to create your own virtual application patterns.  Capture existing expertise for operating system and middleware installation Use IBM patterns of  Dynamically combine pre-defined expertise throughout components to build new image packages the system  Create a standard VM format in Open Virtual Format Capture 80% of today’s workloads© IBM Corporation 2012
  • 55. IBM and partner “patterns of expertise” extend thevalue of the system 100+ ISV business applications Available Application Patterns through Business intelligence Available patterns from PureSystems IBM and Partners Business process management Centre Web experience (portal) Platform Patterns Expertise across the Web application deployment middleware and Database deployment infrastructure Cloud platform management Built-in with flexibility Infrastructure Patterns Scalability Provisioning Expertise across the compute resources Upgradability Storage optimization © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 56. Extensibility from the broadest ecosystem is made easy New IBM PureSystems Centre:  Gain access to a broad community of IBM and certified partner expertise  Download optimized, deployable application patterns from 100+ leading ISV partners  Search by solution area, industry or system Also run your existing applications today* © IBM Corporation 2012 The SAP logo is a trademark or registered trademark of SAP AG in Germany and several other countries and is reproduced with the permission of SAP AG. * Unix/Linux and Windows applications
  • 57. 100 years of experiencedelivering essential IT • 19 years as top U.S. patent recipient • Since the beginning of 2000, we’ve spent nearly $70 billion in research and development • 250k technical experts worldwide • Market leading systems and software • Commitment to open standards • Broad open ecosystem of 120k partners © 2012 IBM Corporation © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 58. MATTEO MARINI VMwareOttimizzare il management e la continuità del business: l’integrazione di VMware nella piattaforma Pureflex © 2011 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  • 59. VMware vCloud SuiteMatteo MariniSr System EngineerVMware © 2011 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  • 60. Three Core Focus Areas Existing Apps New Enterprise Apps SaaS Apps Existing Datacenters Public Cloud Services3
  • 61. Three Core Focus Areas Re-think End-User Computing Modernize Application Development Existing Apps New Enterprise Apps SaaS Apps Evolve the Infrastructure Existing Datacenters Public Cloud Services4
  • 62. CIO’s Focus Gartner 2012 CIO AgendaCIO IT Strategies Ranking of IZT Strategies CIOs Selected as One of Their Top 3 in 2012Ranking 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008Delivering Business Solutions 1 2 1 3 1Reducing the Cost of IT 2 3 3 2 10Developing or Managing a Flexible Infrastructure 3 1 8 11 11Expanding the Use of Information and Analytics 4 7 7 10 9Improving IT Management and Governance 5 4 6 4 7Improving Business Alignment and Relationship 6 10 2 1 2Implementing Mobility Solutions 7 18 * * *Consolidating IT Operations and Resources 8 5 9 9 12Implementing Business Process Improvements 9 8 4 5 6Improving the IT Organization and Workforce 10 6 10 8 35
  • 63. Delivering Business Solutions is Obiettivi 2012: • Incrementare le vendite • Assunzione 10 nuovi agenti • Avvio di 1 nuovo marchio • Passare da 8 a 10 mercati esteri • Aumentare market share • Promozioni stagionali • Contratto di sub-distribuzione • Creazione linea prodotti BIO • Ridurre i costi nei periodi di picco • Raccolta pomodori, arance • Gestione cooperative lavoro6
  • 64. It’s Not Just About Saving Money It’s not just about saving money on hardware, but also about simplifying things like application provisioning, maintenance, high Bill Frost, Senior IS availability and disaster recovery” Engineer, Boise Inc. “We can give our end users a virtual machine in half an Dirk Holzwarth Team Leader, Alstom’s hour, when it takes VMware Infrastructure Center two to three weeks to spec out, order, and set up a physical one.”7
  • 65. Business Transformation Through IT TransformationCIOs are on a quest to make infrastructure just work Efficient • Average Cost / VM $300  $100 Automated and easy CIOs want to dedicate to manage their productive energy, • VM to Admin Ratio: time, and budget, 300:1  10,000:1 to segments of IT that Always available will fundamentally • Failure recovery time: differentiate them, and 5 min  1 min make them better Agile businesses • Provisioning a VM Weeks  Minutes8
  • 66. Every Company Today is in the Software Business Specialized software is replacing specialized hardware in the Datacenter9
  • 67. Yesterday’s Datacenter Based on Past IT Decisions APP APP OS APP OS OS APP APP OS OS APP APP APP OS OS OS10
  • 68. Proof Points Across the Industry11
  • 69. Three Key Trends Drive Us Towards a New Model X86 Price/ Performance12
  • 70. A New Approach to Cloud The Software Defined Datacenter13
  • 71. Virtualization Simplifies Provisioning of VMs, But AdditionalSteps Needed to Deploy in a Production Environment Enterprise storage Past Present VLAN networks + Firewall, load-balancer IDS, security,$10,000 CapEx $1,800 $300 monitoring 10 weeks 5 days, 2 minutes 2 minutes Availability14
  • 72. Software-Defined Datacenters Simplifies Process toDefine an Application and All the Resources It Needs Future VDC Software-defined Datacenter Services 5 days, 2 minutes 3 minutes $1.800 $35015
  • 73. VMware’s Complete Cloud Infrastructure & Management Suite Management Cloud Infrastructure Extensibility vCloud Director vCloud APIs vFabric Distributed Site Application Storage vCloud Networking Recovery Director Tech Prev & Security Manager vCloud Connector Virtualization vCenter Operations vCenter vSphere Mgmt Suite Orchestrator16
  • 74. VMware’s vCloud Suite is… A cloud infrastructure suite that dramatically simplifies IT operations… …delivering the best SLAs for all Apps …available in one SKU17
  • 75. VMware’s Complete Cloud Infrastructure & Management Suite Management Cloud Infrastructure ExtensibilityVirtualization vCloud Director vCloud APIsCloud vFabric Software Software Software Software ApplicationInfrastructure Defined Defined Defined Defined Director Storage Networking Security Availability vCloud Complete Cloud Infrastructure and Management Connector available in a single vCloud Suite Edition purchase Virtualization vCenter Operations vCenter vSphere Mgmt SuiteOperations OrchestratorManagement 18
  • 76. What is the vCloud Suite? Components of a Complete, Integrated Cloud Infrastructure vCloud Suite Disaster Recovery vCenter Site Recovery Automation Manager Cloud-enabled Application vFabric Application Provisioning Director Automated Operations vCenter Operations Management for the Cloud Management Suite Cloud Networking and vCloud Networking Security and Security IaaS & Hybrid Cloud vCloud vCloud Connectivity Director Connector Virtualization Platform vSphere Enterprise+Sold and licensed exactly as vSphere: per-CPU Unlimited vRAM, Unlimited VMs of each component on each vCloud Suite licensed CPU Not a bundle – cannot break apart components of one license to run on multiple CPUs19
  • 77. vSphere 5.1 Product Description  World’s Most Complete and Robust Virtualization Platform  vSphere Provides:  Core Services - Compute, Storage, Network  Additional Services - Availability, Security, Automation  Management Services - Basic/Remote Management, Patching  What Does vSphere Do for Customers?  Streamlines IT Operations  Provides a Powerful Disaster Recovery Strategy  Supports Mission-Critical Applications  Delivers the Most Flexible Building Block for Leveraging the Cloud  Foundation of the New vCloud Suites20
  • 78. What’s New in vSphere 5.1? • Single Sign On (vCD, vShield, vCenter) • Enhanced vCenter Orchestrator vCenter Server 5.1 • vSphere Web Client • Data Protection • Storage DRS and • Replication Profile-Driven Storage • vMotion w/o shared • vShield Endpoint working with VCD storage • Enhanced Auto • 0 Downtime upgrades of VMware Tools Deploy Availability Security Automation VMware vSphere 5.1 Compute Storage Network • HW version 9 • Enhanced • 64 way SMP • Storage Space Distributed Switch Reclamation for VDI • SR-IOV support 1 TB VMs21
  • 79. vMotion (w/o Shared Storage) Overview  Live migration of a virtual machine without the need for shared storage  Extends VMware’s revolutionary technology for automated virtual machine movement Benefits  Zero downtime migration  No dependency on shared storage  Lower operating cost  Helps meet service level and performance SLAs22
  • 80. vSphere Data Protection Overview  New backup and recovery tool for the vSphere platform VDP  Replaces vSphere Data Recovery  Based on EMC Avamar VMware vSphere Benefits  Use less disk space with deduplication DATA DEDUPLICATED AND STORED ON VDP  Simple setup and management APPLIANCE  Proven technology23 *All editions and kits with the exception of Essentials
  • 81. vSphere Replication Site A (Primary) Overview  Virtual machine level replication by the vSphere host vSphere  Included with vSphere* vSphere Replication Benefits Site B (Recovery)  Low cost/efficient replication option  Simple setup from within vCenter Server vSphere  Integration with SRM enables automated DR process24 *All editions and kits with the exception of Essentials
  • 82. vShield Endpoint Overview  Secure your VMs with offloaded anti- virus and anti-malware (AV) solutions without the need of agents  Included with vSphere* Benefits  Simplified AV administration  Higher consolidation ratios by preventing the possibility of AV storms  Improved performance25 *All editions and kits with the exception of Essentials
  • 83. vSphere Storage Appliance VSA VSA VSA VSA Manager vSphere vSphere vSphere vSphere Client NFS NFS NFSTransform internal Disks in a shared & resilient NFS storage The appliances use the available space on the local disk(s) of the ESXi servers & present one replicated NFS volume per ESXi server. Maximum 27 TB with 8x3 TB disks or 37.5 TB with 16x2 TB disks26
  • 84. ALESSANDRO MALOSIO IBM Dalla virtualizzazione all’automazione: realizzare un Cloud Privato con la soluzione SmartCloudEntry© IBM Corporation 2012
  • 85. Dalla virtualizzazione allautomazione:realizzare un Cloud Privato con lasoluzione SmartCloudEntryTransforming virtual infrastructure into a private cloud solution Alessandro Malosio System x and PureSystems Technical Sales Support Team IBM Italia S.p.A. © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 86. Businesses are choosing a variety of cloudmodels to meet their unique needs and priorities Private cloud Public cloud On or off premises cloud infrastructure operated Available to the general public or a large industry solely for an organization and managed by the group and owned by an organization selling cloud services. organization or a third party Hybrid IT Traditional IT and clouds (public and/or private) that remain separate but are bound together by technology that enables data and application portability Traditional IT Appliances, pre-integrated systems and standard hardware, software and networking. © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 87. Adoption initiatives are emerging for successfullybeginning and progressing cloud initiatives IaaS: Cut IT expense PaaS: Accelerate time SaaS: Gain Innovate and complexity through to market with cloud immediate business models a cloud enabled data platform services access with business by becoming a center solutions on cloud cloud service provider © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 88. IBM delivers prescriptive, repeatable cloudsolutions for our clients’ most pressing priorities Cloud Enabled Data Center Cloud Platform Services Business Cloud Service Solutions on Cloud Provider Integrated service Pre-built, pre-integrated IT Software-as-a-Service Advanced, reliable, management, infrastructures tuned to delivering IT and highly secure and automation, provisioning, application-specific needs process orchestration scalable platform for and self service within and across creating, managing, and organizations monetizing cloud services © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 89. IBM provides the right hardware, software and expertiseto help client organizations fully leverage the cloud. A next-generation combination of technology, expertise and reach helps you advance your cloud deployment. of Fortune 100 companies are using IBM cloud capabilities. “IBM has one of the most comprehensive cloud portfolios, IBM Cloud Labs with the cloud integrated throughout its many lines of IBM SmartCloud Centers business.” - Jeff Vance, Datamation© IBM Corporation 2012
  • 90. What are customers asking IBM? Line of Business Infrastructure Teams Teams How can I accelerate How can I improve my application my resource release cycle in an utilization, simplify optimized , quality administration and fashion? reduce cost ? Infrastructure as a Service Technologies Infrastructure Management Availability and Security and Usage and Platform and Administration Performance Compliance Accounting Operations Teams How can I improve responsiveness and drive productivity and efficiency while maintaining stringent qualities of service?© IBM Corporation 2012
  • 91. Cloud solutions have the potential to help business andIT create and deliver value in fundamentally new ways Improve speed and dexterity Speed the delivery of new offerings and services by creating new models of self- service and deployment. Deliver IT without boundaries Enable new IT and business processes that break down Create new traditional silos and simplify access to information in order business value Empower internal and to deliver better business external communities to outcomes. define and create new offerings and services.© IBM Corporation 2012
  • 92. IT is drawn to cloud’s economics, efficiency and control… of CIOs plan to use cloud— up from 33% two years ago. TransformationEfficiency of business executives believe cloud enables business transformation and leaner, faster, more agile processes. …while business users are drawn to cloud’s simplified, self-service experience and new service capabilities. 2011 IBM CIO Study, London School of Economics, December 2010© IBM Corporation 2012
  • 93. Many clients start the cloud journey with a private cloud • Higher availability of systems and applications Clients are looking for benefits • Lower total costs and better utilization of hardware from private clouds • Labor savings and improved quality of IT services • Secure start behind enterprise firewall • Highly standardized infrastructureAnd are preparing infrastructure • Virtualization to build the foundation • Multi-tenancy • Service catalog • Dynamic resource scaling Half of leading cloud adopters are planning to include multiple systems in their cloud infrastructures © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 94. As a result, a secure private cloud deployment is an increasingly attractive means of creating and delivering IT services Value delivered From traditional To cloud Change management Months Days or hours Test provisioning Weeks 20 minutes Install database 1 day 12 minutes Install of operating system 1 day 30–60 minutes Provisioning environment ▄ 51% cost savings Design and deploy business applications Months Days/Weeks© IBM Corporation 2012
  • 95. The journey to the cloud begins with virtualization… Virtualize Server, storage & network devices to increase utilization Provision & Secure Automate provisioning of resources Monitor & Manage Provide visibility of performance of virtual machines Orchestrate Workflow Manage the process for approval of usage Meter & Rate Track usage of resources © IBM Corporation 2012 12
  • 96. IBM offers scalability from virtualization to cloud Infrastructure as a Service Technologies  This is not always a linear progression. Infrastructure Management Availability and Security and Usage and Some clients begin Platform and Administration Performance Compliance Accounting Advanced Cloud by optimizing their virtualization Service foundation for a Orchestration workload, then Entry Cloud and Integration gradually move to cloud. Basic cloud Basic cloud  Others require cloudVirtualization (Self-service, (Self-service, capabilities from the admin, VM admin, VM beginning and mayFoundation provisioning) start with advanced provisioning) cloud or entry cloud Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization solutions. & platform & platform & platform  A client may be in all management management management of these stages w/ different workloads Virtualized Virtualized Virtualized across their data Servers, Storage, Servers, Storage, Servers, Storage, center. Networking Networking Networking © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 97. IBM SmartCloud Entry offers rapid time to value Clients need to quickly evolve new and existing infrastructure to a cloud-based model while lowering capital costs and risk. • Simplified cloud administration with intuitive interface • Accelerate Time to lowers administrative overhead Market: Time to market improvement for • Improved operations productivity with easy self-service user new applications interface • Integrated Management • Open and extensible for easy customization to help tailor to Approvals, metering, billing, unique business environments users and projects through a single ‘pane of glass’ • Standardization of virtual machines and images reduces • Flexible, modular design: Small management costs and accelerates responsiveness to Footprint -- simple, quick install on changing business needs systems with VMControl, • Improved utilization of infrastructure by highly optimized Extensible via REST API allowing partners to easily customize the UI IBM systems, simpler consolidation and management © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 98. IBM SmartCloud Entry delivers cloud experience to users  Easy to access, easy to use Service Request Catalog  Hides underlying infrastructure from user and shifts focus to services delivered  Enables the ability to provide standardized and lower cost services  Facilitates a granular level of services metering and billing  Workload standardization eases complexity © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 99. The IBM SmartCloud Entry end-user self-service scenarioEnd Service Request Provisioning EngineUsers Service Portal Catalog  Workflows  Expert Systems  Scripts Service Modules  Metering/Usage  Billing  Approvals Easy to access, easy to use Service Request Catalog Virtualized Cloud Hides underlying complex infrastructure from user and Infrastructure shifts focus to services provided Enables the ability to provide standardized and lower cost services Facilitates granular level of services metering and billing Workload standardization eases complexity © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 100. IBM SmartCloud Entry delivers cloud benefits to managers Self-service Web UI Basic usage metering © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 101. Overview: IBM SmartCloud Entry Convert hardware to ‘Cloudware’ with a quick and easy private cloud solution Improve performance and increase utilization ofKey Features Customer Benefits infrastructure using IBM HWEasy to deploy and use private • IBM SmartCloud Entry transforms virtualized systems intocloud ‘stack’ delivers improved a ready-made, highly-scalable cloud infrastructure thatservice levels and fastest time to empowers end users with new services on demand.value Improve end-user and operations productivity andIntuitive end-user Web portal for • IBM SmartCloud Entry provides a Web-based interface thatrapid self-service workload makes selecting and provisioning new workloads as simple accelerate time to marketprovisioning as browsing the Internet.Built-in workload metering delivers • IBM SmartCloud Entry provides comprehensive metering Provide more granularfoundation for pay-per-use model of virtualized workload activity to aid with usage tracking financial management and budgeting.Manage automated approvals, • IBM SmartCloud Entry empowers infrastructure teamsmetering, billing, users and projects with a rich set of administrative capabilities allowing easy Simplify Cloudthrough a single pane of glass delegation of provisioning to authorized users while maintaining full oversight to ensure safe operation administrationCreate gold master VMs (images), • IBM SmartCloud Entry allows easier customization ofconvert images from physical images, reducing errors and labor costs Standardizesystems or between hypervisorsand conserve image storage** virtual machines ** Image management capabilities delivered by VMControl for Power Systems and TPM for Images for System x to reduce cost © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 102. IBM SmartCloud Entry solution architecture IBM SmartCloud Entry management stack Self-service UI • Approval policy, REST API Customer project management, integration users and roles • Events and auditing Cloud administration • Metering and management Tivoli • Image library Provisioning Manager VMControl API for vCenter API Images 7.1.1 VMControl 2.3.1 VMware vCenter IBM Systems Director 6.2 PowerVM IBM Systems ESXi Director 6.2 Power Systems System x Reference Configurations Reference Configurations Common functionality Power Systems only System x only © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 103. IBM SmartCloud Entry: Comprehensive cloud capabilities Administrator Functions End User Functions • Configure workload to host • Request access to a project • Configure workload targets to system pool • Request CFS access from login • Configure Virtual Appliance Parameters panel • Register Virtual Appliance for User Selection • Request workload creation – • Approve/Reject New Workload Requests appliance deploy • Approve/Reject Workload Resize Requests • Set user instance parameters (CPU, • Configure Billing memory) • Charging accounts, account assignment • Resize Running Workloads • Configure approvals • Delete a Workload • Configure to generate metering records • Clone a workload • Create & Manage Projects • Start/Stop a workload • Add users to projects as admin, deployer, viewer • Review workload properties • Create Users • Add additional disk (VMControl) • Configure Network Pools • Set target disk size at deploy • Configure LDAP environment (VMware) • Cloud Configuration to VMControl or VMware • Manual Intervention • Review event logs & failures • Initiate workload movement (between projects or via virtualization manager)20 © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 104. IBM SmartCloud Entry: Comprehensive cloud capabilities • VM power on/offOverall Stack Management • Supported on AIX(Power) and on Linux (x86) • Add v-disk (VMControl) • Resize disk at deploy (vCenter)• Subscriber Level – End User Self Service Interface • Supports multiple VMware clusters & resource pools• Cloud Admin User Interface • Support multiple VMware data stores• Isolation of resources and users through • Support appliances with multiple VNICs projects/workspace • Admin initiated migration• Approval Policies for workload deployment & • Provision via vCenter resize • Provision from VS Templates• Basic billing, metering and audit • Provision to vCenter hosts, and clusters• Supports underlying virtualization management • Allow/tolerate vSphere initiated migration features • Retrieve deployment properties resource pooling, workload resiliency • Back-up & Restores via self-service (vCenter)• Support enterprise features of virtual system • Provides capability to capture Physical to Virtual management images for deployment in SmartCloud Entry• Storage pools, system pools, network config, environment (via TPMfI) placement optimization • Provides capability to capture Virtual images and• Support Systems Director and VMControl for migrate to VMware Images deployable to starter kit platform management environment (via TPMfI)• Northbound REST APIs (for partners, services) • Better manage image sprawl - Move the workload• Easy installation of management stack from one hypervisor type to another (V2V) from a• Integrate customer LDAP Server single image source. (via TPMfI)21 © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 105. IBM SmartCloud Entry : Self-service scenario #1 © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 106. IBM SmartCloud Entry : Self-service scenario #2 1. Click Appliances Tab © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 107. IBM SmartCloud Entry : Self-service scenario #3 2. Click Desired Appliance © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 108. IBM SmartCloud Entry: Self-service scenario #4 3. Click Deploy © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 109. IBM SmartCloud Entry: Self-service scenario #5 Enter Information & 4. Click Deploy © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 110. IBM SmartCloud Entry: Self-service scenario #6 Deployed!! © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 111. IBM Systems &Technology GroupInfrastructure offeringsfor Cloud Enablement © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 112. IBM Ready Pack for Cloud on System x IBM  Unico punto di gestione Smart Cloud Software di  Facile integrazione con Entryautomazione VCenter IBM System  Capacità flessibile Storage DS3524 Storage Express  Integrazione Dual Controller SAS Storage System  Integrazione Switch Juniper  Converged networking 24 Port 1GbNetworking  Connessione con lo EX2200 Ethernet storage esistente  Efficienza energetica  High availability  Integrazione Server RackServer Rack  Workload flessibile System x3650 M3virtualizzati  Networking • Cpu Xeon 6 cores  Optimizzati per VMware • 48 Gb di memoria  Efficienza energetica © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 113. IBM BladeCenter Foundation for Cloud withSmartCloud Entry Self Service Self ServiceBusiness challenge Automation Automation IBM DS3500• Complexity in deploying cloud System Storage SAP Business• IT expenses out of control Warehouse Accelerator• Unable to easily scale in response to Solution summary Integrated Management SUSE Linux changing business needs • Private entry cloud solutions IBM GPFS • Software solution is an easy add-on to Virtualized Servers IBM any BladeCenter Foundation for cloud BladeCenter HS23 • Easy to deploy, integrated, lightweight, StorageClient benefits scalable • Implemented first on VMware. Other• Easy upgrade from BladeCenter hypervisors to follow Converged Networking Foundation for Cloud • Further scalable to SmartCloud• Control expenses with metering and Provisioning and Orchestration charge-back.• Reduce expenses with self-service portal © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 114. IBM BladeCenter Foundation for Cloud - scalability© IBM Corporation 2012
  • 115. IBM PureFlexConfigurations that ease acquisition experience and match your needs Express Standard Enterprise Infrastructure Infrastructure for Infrastructure for for Small and application servers scalable cloud midsize businesses. with supporting deployments. Most affordable storage and Redundancy for entry point networking resilient operation• Designed for choice of architectures: IBM POWER7 and/or Intel x86 processors within the same systems• Designed for choice of OS: AIX, IBM i, Microsoft Windows ®, and Linux from Red Hat, SUSE• Designed for choice of hypervisors: PowerVM, VMware, KVM or Microsoft HyperV• Designed for simplicity: Integrated, single system management across physical and virtual resources• Designed for Cloud - SmartCloud Entry included on Standard and Enterprise © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 116. 100 years of experiencedelivering essential IT • 19 years as top U.S. patent recipient • Since the beginning of 2000, we’ve spent nearly $70 billion in research and development • 250k technical experts worldwide • Market leading systems and software • Commitment to open standards • Broad open ecosystem of 120k partners © 2012 IBM Corporation © IBM Corporation 2012
  • 117. Confidential © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  • 118. vCenter Operations ManagerSite Recovery ManagerMatteo Marini MilanoVMware 24 ottobre 2012 © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  • 119. Why Automated Operations, now more than ever?3
  • 120. The Problem – Complexity, Inefficiency, Inflexibility• I spend too much time and money to manage my datacenter…• Too many layers of technologies and infrastructure are accumulating…• How can I be Agile providing Agility to the Business?4
  • 121. What We Are Hearing From You “In the past we’ve “We don’t really have “I need a more just over-provisioned “We are constantly good visibility with integrated, simpler as that was the safest preparing for or our servers – we don’tapproach to ensure way to CYA. But now responding to an audit. know what patches the performance, management is asking We basically shut down have been appliedcapacity, and health for usage reports and normal IT Ops, other or when. It would be of our virtual capacity plans before than emergencies, great to know what environment” they allow us to buy during each quarterly percentage we are more infrastructure.” audit period.” patched each week.” Performance & Capacity Configuration & Compliance 5
  • 122. vCenter Operations Solution- Bringing together 3 Disciplines Patented Performance Analytics • Self-learning of “normal” performance conditions • Service health baseline and trending • Smart alerts of impending performance degradation Purpose Built Capacity Planning & Analysis • Integrated capacity analysis and forecasting • Decision support & automation via views, alerts, reports • VM right sizing and capacity reclamation Automated Configuration & Compliance • Automated Patching and Provisioning • Comprehensive change tracking to isolate root cause • Single-click rollback to remediate and return to normal6
  • 123. vCenter Operations Slide 7 Monitoring Server O/S Metrics – CPU, RAM, Disk, I/O, etc. Muscular Skeletal Cardio Vascular Nervous Monitoring App Layer Metric – JVM, DB Connections, etc. Respiration Heart Rate Temperature Monitoring UserEx Metrics Monitoring Business Metrics vCenter Operations My brain is understanding the health of my body. vCenter Operations is understanding the health of Should I do anything? my enterprise by analyzing millions of Your Brain Understands Context: measurements. Should I do anything?  If my heart rate and temperature are increasing I vCenter Operations Understands Context: should go to the hospital  Act based on urgency of emerging problems  If I’m tired, rest more  Act based on real-time performance dashboards  If I tire easily, start exercising!  Act based on long term correlations and trends 7
  • 124. VMware: 3rd Generation Analytics & Performance Management Management vCenter Operations Analytics OPERATIONS Setup Update Inventory HA INFRASTRUCTURE vMotion DRS Distr. S/W I/O Control vSphere Physical Datacenters Virtual Datacenters8
  • 125. vCenter Operations Manager Dashboard (All Editions) Overview  Comprehensive dashboard for cloud operations with health, risk and efficiency scores  Single tool to manage performance and capacity across multiple vCenter servers Benefits  End-to-end visibility into cloud infrastructure health  Proactive incident avoidance  Optimize for efficiency and cost9
  • 126. Learn Normal Behavior and Identify Abnormalities Slide 10 GRAY BAR Learned Upper and Lower band of Dynamic Threshold - “Normal” BLUE LINE Metric’s Measured Value RED Zone Breached Dynamic Threshold – “Abnormal” Doesn’t assume IT data has a normal bell-shaped distribution Sophisticated Analytics – 8 different algorithms Learns your dynamic ranges of “Normal” without templates Learns patterns of behavior and identifies Abnormalities10
  • 127. Drill down to the Root Cause Smart Alert Summary (“What”) See change and other external events affect on application health with this “mash up” view11
  • 128. Capacity Management: Improve CapEx by 25% • Eliminate reliance on rules-of-thumb and homegrown tools • Forecast timing of capacity shortfalls and needs • Perform “What-If” impact analysis to model effect of capacity changes • Identify and reclaim unused capacity12
  • 129. vCenter Configuration Manager Overview  Deep Collection and Visibility  Compliance Policy Intelligence  Remediation and Patch Management  Server Provisioning and Application Stack Deployment  Multiplatform Support13
  • 130. Site Recovery ManagerMatteo MariniVMware © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  • 131. Better Business Continuity Is #1 Objective For Virtualization Top Five Objectives for Virtualization Use virtualization to improve Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) 46% Improve virtual machine performance 33% Increase the server consolidation ratio 32% Improve VM environment management 31% More mission-critical applications 24% Source: WW VMware customer survey, January 2010 N=108315
  • 132. VMware Business Continuity PillarsData Protection Local Availability Disaster Recovery X Reliable Platform16
  • 133. Rock-Solid Platform Is The Foundation ESX stability • End-user system with > 3 years continuous uptime Protection against component failures • NIC teaming • Storage multipathing “This is the ‘accidentally built a wall around it and forgot it was there’ kind of reliable. The code is virtually bomb-proof.” - Redmond Magazine - Editor’s Choice Awards17
  • 134. Protection Against Planned Downtime Server Maintenance • VMotion & DRS Maintenance Mode • Migrate running VMs to other servers in the pool • Automatically distribute workloads for optimal performance Storage Maintenance • Storage VMotion • Migrate VM disks to other storage Key Benefits targets without disruption • Eliminate downtime for common maintenance • No application or end user impact • Freedom to perform maintenance whenever desired18
  • 135. App-Aware HA Through Health Monitoring APIs Leverage 3rd party solutions that integrate with VMware HA 1 Application Health Monitoring VMware HA App • Detect application failures inside VM Restart 3 2 APP APP 2 App Restart Inside VM OS OS • App start / stop / restart inside VM 1 • Automatic restart when app problem detected 3 Integration with VMware HA • VMware HA automatically initiated when • App restart fails inside VM • Heartbeat from VM fails 19
  • 136. VMware Fault Tolerance For Continuous Availability • Single identical VMs running in lockstep on separate hosts • Zero downtime, zero data loss failover for all virtual machines in case of hardware failures XX App App App App App App App HA HA OS OS OS FT OS OS OS OS • Integrated with VMware HA/DRS VMware ESX VMware ESX • No complex clustering or specialized hardware required • Single common mechanism for all applications and operating X systems20
  • 137. Challenges of Traditional Disaster Recovery Complex Unreliable Expensive Recovery Plans Failovers Software Apps Hosts ? ? Hosts ? Storage ? Storage ? ? Facilities ? Network ? >$10K per app Failure to meet business requirements • Long RTOs – days to weeks • Too much time and resources consumed21
  • 138. vSphere Provides The Best Foundation For Disaster Recovery Cost-Efficient Infrastructure vSphere Consolidation • Reduced hardware requirements at recovery site • Use recovery hardware to run low-priority apps Flexible Infrastructure Hardware • Eliminate need for identical hardware across vSphere vSphere sites Independence • Enable waterfalling of equipment to recovery site Simple Application Protection • Entire system – including application, OS, Encapsulation and data – is stored as virtual machine files • Entire system can be protected with data protection tools22
  • 139. Simple Setup And Management of Recovery And Migration Plans From Complex Runbooks… …to Simple Recovery Plans  Weeks or months to set up  Simple recovery plan set up in minutes  Error-prone  Fewer steps means far less room for errors  Quickly falls out of sync with apps  Simple to keep in sync with changes and infrastructure changes 23
  • 140. Key Components Of SRM 5 vCenter Server 5 • 1 per site Protected Site Recovery Site • Standard or Foundation Site Recovery Manager 5 Site Site vCenter Server Recovery •vCenter Server 1 per site Recovery Manager Manager vSphere 3.5, 4.x or 5 • Standard, Enterprise or Enterprise Plus Replication Options vSphere vSphere vSphere Replication • Bundled with SRM Storage Storage-Based Replication Storage24
  • 141. SRM Provides Broad Choice of Replication Options Site A (Primary) Site B (Recovery) Site Site vCenter Server Recovery vCenter Server Recovery Manager Manager vSphere vSphere vSphere Replication Storage-based replication vSphere Replication Simple, cost-efficient replication for Tier 2 applications and smaller sites Storage-based Replication High-performance replication for business-critical applications in larger sites25
  • 142. vSphere Replication Complements Storage-Based Replication Replication Cost Management Performance Provider • Low-end • VM’ granularity • 15 min RPOs storage • Managed directly • Scales to 500 vSphere supported in vCenter VMs VMware Replication • No additional • File-level replication consistency software • No FT, linked clones, physical RDM • Higher-end • LUN – VM layout • Synchronous Storage replicating • Storage team replicationStorage-based storage coordination • High data Vendor Replication • Additional volumes replication • Application software consistency possible26
  • 143. SRM Reduces Recovery Risk With Frequent TestingRecovery Traditional Disaster Recovery Risk TESTING GAP Time DR Test DR TestRecovery Site Recovery Manager Risk Lack of confidence in DR process Frequent DR Testing  During the testing gap, organizations can’t be sure that they can recover the current IT environment  A failover scenario may take days or weeks to complete, leaving the business at extreme risk Time DR Test DR Test SRM provides assurance that DR objectives will be met.27
  • 144. vCenter Site Recovery Manager Ensures Simple, Reliable DR Site Recovery Manager Complements vSphere to provide the simplest and most reliable disaster protection and site migration for all applications Provide cost-efficient replication • Built-in vSphere Replication Site A (Primary) Site B (Recovery) • Broad support for storage-based replication VMware Site Recovery VMware Site RecoveryvCenter Server Manager vCenter Server Manager Simplify management of recovery and migration plans VMware vSphere VMware vSphere • Replace manual runbooks with centralized recovery plans • From weeks to minutes to set up new plan Automate failover and migration Servers Servers processes • Enable frequent non-disruptive testing • Ensure automated failover and migration • Automate failback processes28
  • 145. Grazie © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved

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