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Presentación de las novedades de vSphere 5.1 (2 de octubre, Hotel Vela Barcelona) de la mano de Omega Peripherals y VMware.

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  • 1. Presentación vSphere 5.1 con VMware
  • 2. Agenda 9:00 Recepción y registro asistentes 9:15 Presentación y bienvenida de Omega Peripherals 9:30 Novedades de Vmware End-User Computing 10:30 ¿Cómo acelerar los entornos virtualizados? 11:00 Café 11:30 Novedades de Vmware vSphere 5.1 Nuevas modalidades de licenciamiento 12:30 Disponibilidad de aplicaciones y datos en entornos virtuales según Symantec 2
  • 3. Presentación Compañía
  • 4. Nuestra misión Nuestra misión: Ayudarle a garantizar el acceso a su información. Nuestra especialización: Infraestructuras IT para la información
  • 5. Resumen ejecutivo - I• Empresa 100% de capital nacional – 18 años en el sector TI – Más de 50 especialistas a su servicio. – Oficinas en Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid 3
  • 6. Resumen ejecutivo - II• Ingeniería de TI especializada en – integración de infraestructuras TI – servicios de TI 4
  • 7. Resumen ejecutivo - III• Valores – excelencia de nuestros empleados – foco permanente en formación – satisfacción de nuestros clientes – calidad en todas nuestras actividades. 5
  • 8. Especialistas en• Infraestructuras de la información: – Almacenamiento información – Copias de respaldo y plan contingencia – Virtualización infraestructura – Servicios de gestión 6
  • 9. Nos sentimos orgullosos de: • conocimientos de nuestros técnicos – formación – experiencia • capacidad de integración • conocimiento del mercado – multivendedor – productos innovadores • trabajo en equipo – entre sedes – con partners externo 7
  • 10. www.omega-peripherals.comGracias por su atención
  • 11. Novedades en End User Computing Jesús Huerta SE, VMwareConfidential © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  • 12. The Drivers of Change Wherever, Whenever, In Context Customer Employee Customer Employee Experience Experience Experience Experience Paper & web pages Desktop-centric Real-time Stream-centric Narrow, specific Document and Broad information flows Social and mobile information flows Email-centric intelligently combined Narrow context Mobile and social Today’s IT Tomorrow’s IT2 Confidential
  • 13. Top-to-Bottom Transformation Access Mobile PCs Users Existing New Apps Applications Apps & Big Data Servers Infrastructure Clouds3 Confidential
  • 14. View/Mirage Horizon Centralized Windows Management Centralized Access Control & Management Secure, Mobile Desktop Desktops, Apps, Data Mobile PCs Virtual & Physical Access Multi-Device Workspace Users Access Existing New Apps Applications Apps & Big Data PCs Mobile Users Servers Infrastructure Clouds4 Confidential
  • 15. View & Mirage Mirage View Highest Physical The Security Offline Complete Solution Device Mobility Operations to Transform Legacy Desktops Central a Service into Management Disaster Recovery High Availability5 Confidential
  • 16. How It Works Centralized Images Local Copies Core Image Optimized Sync & Desktop Streaming Mirage Server Mirage Client Manage Centrally Execute Locally6 Confidential
  • 17. Layered Single Image Management Mirage splits desktop up into logical layers User Data & Profile • All layers are stored in the data center User Installed Apps • Granular operations on layers (restore, migrate, update) Machine Identity • Personalized blue layers continuously Departmental App backed up in data center (Experimental) • Red layers managed by IT Base Image • Single image (OS + core apps) Driver Library • Hardware independent base-image • In-place image swapping Desktop Layers (zero touch)7 Confidential
  • 18. Centralized Image Management for Virtual & Physical Mirage View Centralized Image VDI Image Central execution Efficient Efficient WAN Remote Streaming & Protocol Caching Local Local execution execution In VM VDI Physical BYOD Thin/Zero-Clients Corp Owned Laptops Off-Network BYOD Macs Networked Mobile Devices Power-User Workstations Off-Network BYOD Win Laptops Networked BYOD Laptops CAPEX Sensitive Desktops8 Confidential
  • 19. Single-Image Management Reference CVD created BI is downloaded optimallyReference from a reference PC Merged CVD is uploaded & merged with endpoint UIA Machine CVD1 Reference CVD Base Image CVD2 Laptops w/ Base Image is captured Mirage Client from reference CVD Base Image is applied to designated CVD collections Zero touch: no installation at the endpoint Personalized apps and profiles preserved Highly WAN optimized Minimal end-user downtime Safety net: Can revert to previous version quickly9 Confidential
  • 20. Endpoint Continuity Stream CVD to new device HP Fully managed / synchronized Content Apps OS WAN Dell Mirage Server Re-base CVD onto VM Access PC on central VM via Content remoting protocol VM Pool Apps OS for VM  Migrate full image (CVD) into data center  Mount CVD onto VM for universal access  Restore CVD onto a new device10 Confidential
  • 21. Clustered Deployment Stateless servers Single pane of glass for management High density: 1500-2000 endpoints per blade (quad-core & 16GB) Dynamically add/remove server nodes Use existing server load balancing Dynamically add storage volumes11 Confidential
  • 22. Branch Win 7 Migration Laptops w/ Mirage Client Base Image is captured from the Reference CVD Windows 7 The BI is downloaded to one Reference or more Branch Reflectors CVD1 Machine Reference CVD Branch Reflector Base Image CVD2 Mirage Server Zero-touch (No PXE/USB needed) User profiles & files migrated WAN optimized Endpoints leverage CVD3 Minimal end-user downtime Reflector Built-in safety net: centralized snapshot of XP image to load new Base Image.12 Confidential
  • 23. Top 3 new capabilities with View 5.1 1. View Storage Accelerator 2. Improved Management at Scale 3. Even better end-user experience13 Confidential
  • 24. View 5.1 New Features Overview •Newly implemented USB redirection stack •Radius Authentication (more options) •More clients (e.g. New Mac Clients) Connect •PCoIP & User Experience improvements •Local Mode enhancements •Admin UI Performance Enhancements •Persona Management for physical machines •Persona Management Migration tool Manage •Support for Pre-created AD machine accounts • Large scale tuning and best practices •View Storage Accelerator •View Composer Array Integration (Tech Preview) •Cluster size expansion for NFS Datastores Simplify •Standalone View Composer Server •Customer Experience Improvement Program14 Confidential
  • 25. View Storage AcceleratorStorage Access Optimization to Improve Performance and Storage Cost Overview  In-memory cache of common block reads (Content Based Read Cache)  Applicable to all types of desktops  Completely transparent to the guest  100% server based  No special array technology needed Benefits  Reduce storage cost  Storage can be sized for average workloads  Decrease peak IOPS load on storage  Ensure consistent user experience by handling worst case usage  Allow larger concurrent user scale on same resources15 Confidential
  • 26. Sample Data (1): Windows 7 – Single host boot storm• ~80% reduction in peak IOPS• ~45% reduction in average IOPS• ~65% reduction in peak throughput• ~25% reduction in average throughput16 Confidential
  • 27. Sample Data (2): Windows 7 multi host boot storm “View (Monaco.2)with CBRC (View Storage Accelerator) does a great job. Rebooting linked clone pool is fast as h*** :-) (60 VMs in less then 90 seconds)” From a Beta Tester ~65% reduction in peak IOPS17 Confidential
  • 28. Management at Large Scale ImprovementsFeatures and Best Practices to Improve Manageability at Large Scale Overview  Improved Admin UI large dataset display response time  Event logging into syslog  Standalone View Composer Server  Expansion of cluster size fro 8 to 32 when NFS storage in use  Large scale management best practices backed by extensive testing Benefits  Accelerate large scale deployments by providing tested best practice  Reduce support cost by enhancing product error reporting/handling capabilities18 Confidential
  • 29. Continued PCoIP Performance ImprovementsContinued Optimization of CPU and Bandwidth Utilization Overview • CPU utilization optimizations • Numerous protocol and multi-media optimizations Benefits • Lower costs with more users per server • Improved interactivity and responsiveness over WAN • Better video playback experience with client side optimizations19 Confidential
  • 30. Sample Data: Latest Remote Protocol Test Results 1,2 PCoIP View 5.1 Beta RDP 7 XD 5.5 Equivalent Image 1 quality Max FPS 24 0,8 Normalized Results (lower is better) Media redirection disabled 0,6 WAN condition 0,4 View Planner workload 0,2 0 CPU usage BW Usage * Note: Showing normalized results for comparison purposes20 Confidential
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  • 32. VMware Horizon Suite The Platform for Workforce Mobility Manage Secure Access Mobile Track22 Confidential
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  • 38. For Users Consistent Access to Apps & Data Separation Personal / Business Choice of Any Device28 Confidential
  • 39. For IT Truly Integrated Management Policies That Follow Users, Not Devices29 Confidential
  • 40. 30 Confidential
  • 41. Top-to-Bottom Transformation Access Mobile PCs Users Existing New Apps Applications Apps & Big Data Servers Infrastructure Clouds31 Confidential
  • 42. Thank You32 Confidential
  • 43. The Software Defined Datacenter Víctor Ramón Rodríguez Territory Manager Catalunya & BalearesConfidential © 2011 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  • 44. A New Approach to Cloud The Software Defined Datacenter2 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 45. 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 $300 $1,800 monitoring 10 weeks 2 minutes 5 days, 2 minutes Availability3 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 46. VMware’s Complete Cloud Infrastructure & Management Suite Management Cloud Infrastructure Extensibility vCloud Director vCloud APIs vFabric Distributed Site Application vCloud Networking Storage Recovery & Security vCloud Director Tech Prev Manager Connector Virtualization vCenter Operations vCenter vSphere Mgmt Suite Orchestrator4 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 47. Cloud Infrastructure: vSphere 5.15 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 48. VMware Uniquely Delivers on Key Business Needs The VMware Advantage Reduce The lowest total cost of ownership Operational Costs across CapEx + OpEx Virtualize Critical The most comprehensive Applications virtualization and cloud solutions The Most Reliable The most reliable and proven Platform solution for your infrastructure6 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 49. VSA Enables High Availability at an Affordable Price VSA  Lowers capital costs to get to virtualized IT  Drops knowledge barrier for virtualization adoption  Enables more SMB and ROBO customers to benefit from unique vSphere capabilities (e.g., vMotion, High Availability, Cost-effective, easy-to-deploy DRS, Storage DRS) shared storage software that enables High Availability for any small environment7 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 50. vSphere 5 – Profile-Driven Storage Old Model of IT – Manual Storage Placement New Model of IT – Profile-Driven Storage High IO High IO Throughput Throughput Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Match? Match? Match?  X X Tier storage based on performance characteristics (i.e. datastore cluster) Weaknesses Benefits  Downtime is required for storage maintenance  Reduce time for storage planning/configuration or upgrading  Reduce errors in the selection and  Each new VM must be manually matched to management of VM storage the best storage option that meets its needs  Increase storage utilization by optimizing placement8 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 51. Storage DRS Overview  Group “like” datastores in a datastore cluster.  Initial placement of VMs/VMDKs Storage vMotion  Datastore maintenance mode  Space and I/O load balancing  Affinity and anti-affinity rules Benefits Datastore  Scalable storage management Cluster  Reduce time for VM provisioning  Eliminate VM downtime for storage maintenance  Automated Out of space avoidance  Automated I/O bottleneck avoidance9 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 52. Distributed Switch Overview  Distributed Switch now delivers:  Network Healthcheck  Configuration Backup and Restore  Roll Back and Recovery  LACP Support  SPAN, ER SPAN vSphere vSphere vSphere Benefits  Visibility into physical and virtual network status  Backup and recover network settings  Fast recovery from lost connectivity or incorrect configurations10 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 53. 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 technology11 *All editions and kits with–thefor External Distribution Confidential Not exception of Essentials
  • 54. 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 process12 *All editions and kits with–thefor External Distribution Confidential Not exception of Essentials
  • 55. vShield Endpoint Overview  Secure your VMs with offloaded anti- virus and anti-malware (AV) solutions without the need of agents  Included with vSphere*  Mcfee, TrendMicro, Symantec,… Benefits  Simplified AV administration  Higher consolidation ratios by preventing the possibility of AV storms  Improved performance13 *All editions and kits with–thefor External Distribution Confidential Not exception of Essentials
  • 56. Performance Guarantees – Network and Storage I/O Control 3. w/ Other VMs can 2. I/O controls, Overview give VIP VMs 1. VM requests are starved preferential access more resources  Set up SLAs for use of storage and for resources network resources  Added per virtual machine settings for Network I/O Control  Added NFS support for Storage I/O Control Benefits  Eliminate the “noisy neighbor” problem  More granular SLA settings for network traffic  Extend Storage SLAs to more VMs14 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 57. New SR-IOV Support for IO Latency Sensitive Applications Overview High Frequency  SR-IOV support allows multiple virtual Database Trading App machines direct access to hardware I/O devices  Allows multiple VMs to bypass the hypervisor (DirectPath) to reduce the I/O utilization overhead Benefits vSphere  Reduces latency for high-throughput devices and databases  Enables you to extend benefit of virtualization and cloud to most IO sensitive applications15 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 58. vSphere Web Client Interface ImprovementsObject Navigator Tabs Inventory Objects Create custom actions Sidebar Extension Portlets Add right-click extensions 16 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 59. Q3 vSphere 5.1 Edition Lineup: Enterprise New or Improved in vSphere 5.1 Standard Enterprise Enterprise+ Entitlements • vRAM Entitlement Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited • vCPU / VM 8-way 32-way 64-way Features • High Availability • Data Protection • vMotion • Hot Add • vShield Zones • Fault Tolerance (1 vCPU) • Storage vMotion • Virtual Serial Port Concentrator • Storage APIs for Array Integration, Multipathing • Distributed Resource Scheduler and Distributed Power Management • Distributed Switch • I/O Controls (Network and Storage) • Host Profiles and Auto Deploy • Storage DRS and Profile-Driven Storage • SR-IOV • vShield Endpoint • vSphere Replication 17 Confidential – Not for External DistributionAll editions include: Thin Provisioning, Update Manager, Storage APIs for Data Protection, Image Profile, and SLES (except Ess and Ess +)
  • 60. Q3 vSphere 5.1 Edition Lineup: SMB Standard with New or Improved in vSphere 5.1 Essentials Essentials+ Standard Operations Management Price (license only) $83 $749 $995 $1,995 Entitlements • vRAM Entitlement Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited • vCPU / VM 8-way 8-way 8-way 8-way Features • High Availability • Data Protection • vMotion • vSphere Storage Appliance • Hot Add • vShield Zones • Fault Tolerance (1 vCPU) • Storage vMotion • Virtual Serial Port Concentrator • Storage APIs for Array Integration, Multipathing • Distributed Resource Scheduler & DPM • Distributed Switch • I/O Controls (Network and Storage) • Host Profiles and Auto Deploy • Storage DRS and Profile-Driven Storage • SR-IOV • vShield Endpoint • vSphere Replication • vCOPs Advanced • 18 vCenter Protect Confidential – Not for External DistributionAll editions include: Thin Provisioning, Update Manager, Storage APIs for Data Protection, Image Profile, and SLES (except Ess and Ess +)
  • 61. vSphere 5.1: vSphere and vCenter Server Purchasing Options vCenter Server Standard Edition (purchased separately) 1 vSphere Editions Per CPU licenses, vSphere Standard completely scalable vSphere vSphere vSphere w/ Operations Standard Enterprise Enterprise Plus Management 2 vSphere Kits 1 Essentials Kits Acceleration Kits For small environments, All in one soft bundles for new customers to get started up to 3 virtualized hosts Starts at 6 CPUs, scalable with vSphere Editions Essentials Essentials Standard AK Standard w/ Enterprise AK Enterprise Plus Kit Plus Kit Ops Mgmt AK AK $495 $4,495 $6,995 $10,000 $17,495 $21,995vCenter Server vCenter Server vCenter vCenter vCenter vCenterfor Essentials for Essentials Standard Standard Standard Standard vSphere vSphere vSphere vSphere vSphere vSphere Enter. Essentials Essentials Plus Standard Standard w/ Enterprise Plus (6 procs) (6 procs) (6 procs) Ops Mgmt (6 procs) (6 procs) (6 procs) vSphere vSphere vSphere VSA for Storage Storage Storage Essentials + vSphere Appliance Appliance Appliance Storage Appliance 1 Limited to one per customer site19 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 62. vCloud 5.1 Suite20 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 63. vCloud Suite reduces costs while improving business responsiveness Virtual Data Center (VDC) Software-Defined Datacenter 5 days, 2 min 3 minutes 21 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 64. vCloud Networking and Security – How it Works Abstract and Pool ResourcesIntegrated Management with vCenter/vCD  Minimize dedicated hardware  Optimize Utilization Create Logical Networks 3rd party services VDC 1 VDC 2  Accelerate Application Provisioning  Scale Applications On-demand  Simplify Operations Attach Services  Integrated Management VMware Networking & Security  3rd Party Extensible Services Metadata vSphere Enable Policy-based Automation • 4Gbps connectivity • 2 redundant pNICs  Dynamic Provisioning • Load Balancer • Web Application  Unlock Efficiency & Agility Firewall 22 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 65. VXLAN: Driving Agility for Software Defined Networking 650.555.1212 650.555.1212 Telephony Mobile Telephony Identifier = Location VLAN 10 VXLAN 10 Networking VXLAN Identifier = Location23 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 66. vCenter Operations • Identify Current Problems • Potential & Future Risk? • Are threre Optimization opportunities?24 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 67. 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 Simplify management of recovery and migration plans • Replace manual runbooks with centralized recovery plans Site A (Primary) Site B (Recovery) • From weeks to minutes to set up new plan VMware Site Recovery VMware Site Recovery vCenter Server Manager vCenter Server Manager Automate Recovery and Failover VMware vSphere VMware vSphere • Ensure automated failover and migration • Automate failback processes Test Recovery Plan • Reduce testing gap with frequent non- Servers Servers disruptive testing Broad Choice of Replication Options • Built-in vSphere Replication • Support for storage-based replication25 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 68. Access to Infrastructure is Blazingly Fast Three Ways to Connect, Including GUI  Direct access through web- based portals by end users (developers, etc) or IT delegate  Integrate into IT workflows and request processes  Programmatic access through vCloud API26 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 69. vCloud Director is the Practical, Out-of-the-box Option for IAAS  Builds on VMware vSphere and is the foundation for VMware vCloud Suite  Utilizes your existing x86 hardware  Uses existing skill set  Fully functional cloud in less than 30 days27 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 70. 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 with a vRAM entitlement Unlimited VMs of each component on top of each properly licensed vCloud Suite CPU Not a bundle – cannot break apart components of one license to run on multiple CPUs28 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 71. vCloud Suite Edition Lineup vCloud Suite vCloud Suite vCloud Suite Standard Advanced Enterprise Price (per CPU, license only) $4,995 $7,495 $11,495 vSphere Enterprise Plus Virtualization Virtualized infrastructure with policy-based automation vCloud Director & vCloud Connector Virtualized datacenters with multi-tenancy and public cloud extensibility Standard vCloud Networking and Security vCNS Standard vCNS Advanced vCNS Advanced Cloud Software defined networking, security, and ecosystem integration Infrastructure Advanced vCloud Networking and Security Continuous firewall and network availability vCenter SRM vCenter Site Recovery Manager Enterprise Automated disaster recovery planning, testing, and execution vCenter Operations Management Suite vCOps Advanced vCOps Enterprise - Performance monitoring and alerting - Capacity planning, reporting, and optimization vCenter Configuration Manager Configuration and compliance management of virtual infrastructure Operations Management vCenter Infrastructure Navigator Application discovery, dependency mapping, and management vCenter Chargeback Manager Metered chargeback reporting and accountability vFabric Application Director Multi-tier application service catalog publishing and provisioningNote: vCloud Suite Editions are licensed per CPU, with 96GB vRAM entitlement (identical to vSphere Enterprise Plus) 29 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 72. vCLoud Suite Promotions30 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 73. Gracias31 Confidential – Not for External Distribution
  • 74. Protección de las aplicaciones y los datos en entornos VMWare Joan García Sr. Technical Sales ConsultantOmega Peripherals, VMWare & Symantec – Better together 1
  • 75. Agenda 1 Estado de la virtualización 2 Protección de las aplicaciones 3 Protección de los datos y las VMs 2
  • 76. Agenda 1 Estado de la virtualización 2 Protección de las aplicaciones 3 Protección de los datos y las VMs 3
  • 77. Virtualizing Business-Critical Applications Key Challenges: Ensuring Application Availability Low adoption beyond Tier 3 TIER 3 TIER 2 TIER 1 • Virtualization widely- adopted for non- critical applications Virtualization adoption • Business critical applications are infrequently virtualized IIS Apache WebLogic WebSphere SQL, Oracle SAP • Virtualization vendors Print File Exchange fail to ensure application availability Criticality of applications 4
  • 78. Application availability a key requirement for virtualization of critical apps Leading causes for unplanned outages1 Key challenges in managing virtualized servers2 Ensuring Application Availability 51% 40% Operations 20% Security, Power, Coordinating new deployments Errors OS, HW and upgrades 41% Managing unanticipated cost increases 42% Overcoming existing allocation, purchasing and budget practices 29% 40% Compensating for the lack of Application integrated management tools 32% Failures Gartner: 40% of failures are caused by the IDC: 51% of respondents rank Application application going down Availability as the key virtualization challenge 2. Source: IDC, October 2009. Choosing Storage for Virtualized Servers. For1. Source: Gartner, 30 November 2010 companies with > 1,000 employees. 5
  • 79. Agenda 1 Estado de la virtualización 2 Protección de las aplicaciones 3 Protección de los datos y las VMs 6
  • 80. Symantec ApplicationHA + VMware HA: Virtualizewithout compromise VM1 VM2 VM2 Symantec App c1 c1 Components c1 c3 ApplicationHA protect c2 c3 c2 c2 c4 application Application components Resources OS OS OS OS VMware HA VMware ESX VM protect infrastructure components ESX Server Site 7
  • 81. Coordinated recovery between ApplicationHA and VMware HA – Details VM1• Deep understanding of the apps – App specific modules start, stop, recover apps App – Eg: SQL DB instances, FileStream, Analysis, Storage mount points, dependencies Agent – Functional testing based on SQL Pack queries Application EXCH SQL HA• Customizable recovery behavior ApplicationHA – App or VM restart limit OS – In-guest remediation only - Enable/Disable App Heartbeat VMware HA – Turn off remediation during planned maintenance - Enter/Exit Maintenance mode VMware ESX 8
  • 82. Symantec ApplicationHA + VMware HA:Virtualize without compromise Ensure Exploit Minimize Availability Virtualization Complexity 9
  • 83. Coordinated recovery between ApplicationHA andVMware HA• App monitoring VM1 VM2 VM1 VM2 – Show health status – Detect app failures ORA SQL ORA SQL• Coordinated recovery Application HA Application HA OS OS OS OS – Restart applications – Trigger VMware HA VMware HA VMware HA for further recovery VMware ESX VMware ESX – Integration via App Monitoring API• Protects against wide range of failures – Infrastructure failures – VM recovers after a server failure but app doesn’t – VM is up but app is down – App is up but not functional 10
  • 84. Bringing Application Awareness to Site RecoveryManager Application Monitoring on Both Sites During Test and Real Recovery Site B • Automatic application monitoring enabled on both Test Recovery sites • Automatic establishment of communication with Site A VMware HA on recovery site • Dashboard view on both sites with secured Real Recovery communication Application awareness in SRM audit trail • Report application status in SRM audit trail • Proof to auditors and/or management 11
  • 85. ApplicationHA working in SRM environment“Protected” Site “Recovery” Site vSphere Client vSphere Client ApplicationHA dashboard ApplicationHA dashboard DB DB DB DB ApplicationHA ApplicationHA SRM Server SRM Server Console Console getAppStatus.bat VM1 VM2 VM3 VM1 VM2 VM3 EXCH SAP ORA EXCH SAP ORA SRM Failover Application Application Application Application Application Application HA HA HA HA HA HA OS OS OS OS OS OS VMware HA Resource Mapping VMware HA ESX ESX ESX ESX ESX 12
  • 86. ApplicationHA + Restore desde el backupTaking Application Availability to a New Level via Integration with Backup Exec Escalation of Remediation Mechanism Application Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Restart Reboot Image RecoveryAutomatically restore, or trigger a prompt for consent to restore, a failed virtual machinein order to recover lost application services once ApplicationHA has exhausted the stepsavailable to remediate the failure. 13
  • 87. Support For Off-the-shelf and Custom Applications ApplicationHA Guest• Windows Server 2003, 2003 R2, 2008, 2008 R2 • Linux x64 (RHEL 5, 6, SLES 10, 11 SP1, OEL (all x64) 5) • VMware vCenter Server • SAP Netweaver 7.0x Central Services • Oracle Siebel CRM 8.1 • Oracle 10gR1, 10gR2, 11gR1 , 11gR2 • SQL Server 2005, 2008, SQL Server 2008 R2 • Oracle Weblogic 9, 10 • Exchange Server 2007, 2010 • SAP Netweaver 7.0 (NW04) • IIS 6.0, 7.0 • IBM Websphere Application Server • Sharepoint 2010 and MQ • SAP Netweaver 7.0 (NW04) • Apache/IBM HTTP Server • FileShare • Custom Application • PrintShare • ApplicationHA Console Server • Custom Application• Windows Server 2003, 2003 R2 (32 bit) • Custom Application • FileShare • SQL Server 2008 More applications on more platforms to be added in future releases 25
  • 88. Ensuring Availability for Custom Applications A B Choose Custom Application Choose Windows Service for Monitoring 15
  • 89. Visualize and control apps from vSphere client -screenshot VM Selected Application Status Application Operation Detailed Monitoring 16
  • 90. Dashboard for Visualizing Application Status andControlling Applications Dashboard also available on cluster level. Data Center Level Batch Operations Aggregated Statistics Alert Details 17
  • 91. Ease of deployment step2 step1Installation Installer VM VM VM VM• Step 1: vCenter plugin install Plugin Guest Comp Guest Comp Guest Comp• Step 2: OS OS OS OS Guest component install vCenter Hv Hypervisor vSphere server clients ApplicationHAConfiguration step3 console ESX servers• Step 3: Select Auto-Discovery Auto-Configure From vCenter plug-in, Exchange 2010 select app App components SQL 2008 and resources: App • SQL DB• No cost and complexity IIS instances • SQL Analysis of traditional File Service “clustering” Print • FileStream • Storage used by – No standby VMs (duplicate SQL licenses, patching, etc.) • Dependencies – No deployment pain Custom 18
  • 92. Agenda 1 Estado de la virtualización 2 Protección de las aplicaciones 3 Protección de los datos y las VMs 19
  • 93. NetBackup – Industry Leading Backup And Recovery Symantec is #1 Largest Global Data Protection Footprint… 35,000 customers. in VMware Backup Enterprise Distributed System Backup/Recovery Fortune 500 Global 2000 Revenue Market Share, 2010 99% 99% Leading Leading Telecom Healthcare 10 of 10 10 of 10 Leading Savvy Businesses Financial Services • 35K Enterprise 10 of 10 • 1.5 Million SMB Combined 35% Market Share – • Symantec NetBackup™: Delivers 1st in VMware, Storage, Copy Management, and Scale for the Enterprise. • Symantec Backup Exec™: Delivers 1st in Microsoft Application Protection, and Simplicity for SMB. • Symantec™ V-Ray technology: Shared Between Backup Exec/NetBackup – Dedupe, VMware, and more. #1 Backup/Recovery Market ShareGartner, Inc., Gartner custom data based on Market Share: Storage Management Software, Worldwide, 2010; Alan Dayley; March 30, 2011 20
  • 94. The Virtual Machine Protection ChallengeBad Things Can Happen in the Dark VM Backup Challenge Don’t Backup Blind Putting a backup client in a You can’t PROTECT, DEDUPE, VM can congest your network MANAGE or RECOVER what and impact your application you can’t see. performance. 21
  • 95. Symantec NetBackup with V-Ray TechnologyVisibility into Reducing Cost, Faster Performance, Better BackupSymantec V-Ray• Patented visibility into virtual machines, applications, dedupe data streams• Transparent backup and recovery• Unifies both physical and virtual deployments• Symantec’s 3rd Generation Granular Recovery Technology Unified Protection • File & Application Recovery Deduplication • Automated Protection 22
  • 96. NetBackup Intelligent DeduplicationVisibility for Optimized, Green, Global Deduplication Traditional backup data stream NetBackup data stream What They See ? What We See Without V-Ray – What We Can Do – • “Multi-Step” Backup and Recovery  Slow • “Single-Pass” Backup and Recovery  Fast • “Guessing” at best-fit deduplication • “Intelligent” Deduplication  Data Aware • Requires ‘more’ compute power • Use ‘less’ compute power  Green • Limited to no growth potential • Deduplication Platform  Future growth 23
  • 97. What Can Happen When You Separate the Backup andRecovery of Your Virtual Infrastructure CAPEX OPEX RISK Twice the…… Licensing Management Disaster Recovery = $$$$$ Physical Infrastructure & Virtualized Infrastructure Backup Team & VM Team 24
  • 98. V-Ray Visibility Enables Unified Backup Management vCenter plug-in for monitoring backup events Symantec Symantec Physical Infrastructure & Virtual Infrastructure & Backup Team VM Team Unified Data Protection 25
  • 99. Example Dialogue Between the VM and Backup AdminVM Admin Hi Backup Guy! Somebody in engineering accidently destroyed VM12, VM18 and VM23. Please restore those VMs from yesterday’s backup. I have no record of VM18 ever being backed up. When did you create that VM? Backup AdminVM Admin D’oh! #@&!^@^%$ 26 26
  • 100. V-Ray Visibility to Protect VMs “On the Fly”Wherever They May Reside V-Ray• Reduce OpEx and risk by automatically protecting VMs as they move, change or come online• Reduce performance impact from backup operations with automated load balancing With VMware Offload IT staff Intelligent and reduce risk of Policy unprotected data 27
  • 101. VM Intelligent Policy• Query builder, incluyendo: – Datastore Cluster – Custom VM Attributes 28
  • 102. Example Dialogue Between the VM and Backup AdminVM Admin Hi Backup Guy! VM18 has gone down. There are some very important files that we need right away. Hang on! I’m going to have to recover the whole VM first and need to find some available disk to recover it to. Backup AdminVM Admin Argghh. 29 29
  • 103. The VM Recovery Challenge – Part 1 80% of restore requests are for single files ….but you still need to be able to perform Disaster Recovery• You a require a VMDK backup for DR• However the steps to recover individual items are: 1. Recover the VMDK which requires dedicated disk 2. Power on the VM(s) 3. Find the VM image with needed file – hint this could take time 4. Recover file 30
  • 104. The VM Recovery Challenge – Part 2 80% of restore requests are for single files ….but you still need to be able to perform Disaster Recovery• If do a backup for files/folders only…• How do you recover for DR? 1. Provision and power on new VM 2. Install NetBackup Client 3. Start recovery over network – hint this could take time 31
  • 105. File Recovery vía OpsCenter Operational Restore 32
  • 106. File Recovery vía OpsCenter Operational Restore Most recent file displayed Older versions can be accessed from here 33
  • 107. V-Ray Visibility for Single File and Application Restore Symantec V-Ray • Four types of recovery from a single backup – single file, application object, application item and DR image • All files are cataloged for instant recovery • Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint and SQL server application items • Write data to backup storage once • Recover directly from any storage type – disk or tape • No staging to disk required 34
  • 108. Protección de aplicaciones en VMs• Checkbox setup• Descubrimiento automático de las aplicaciones• Application-consistent VM backup• Log truncation• Any-level Recovery: VM, Files, Databases, Items Recovery Exchange SharePoint SQL Server Media VM    Any File    Any Database    Not Tape Item   n/a Not Tape 35
  • 109. Disaster Recovery Considerations Your Insurance Policy From a Disaster or Downed Event RPORTO Retention The Cost of Offsiting Tapes for Disaster Recovery 36
  • 110. Accelerate Virtualization with Easy Physical to Virtual(P-V) & Worry-free Disaster Recovery• Easy physical to virtual (P-V) conversion with NetBackup Bare Metal Restore• Efficiently replicate backup image to DR site. Advantages include: – Uses most up to date physical backup to restore into virtual machine – Stop trucking tapes for DR – Drives less complexity, cost and risk NetBackup Client with NetBackup Media Server BMR enabled Recover Physical Backup to Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Replicate Backup with AIR to Production Data Center #2 DR Site 37
  • 111. Stop Shipping Tapes with NetBackup Auto ImageReplication (AIR)Reduce Cost, Better Disaster Recovery Domain B Branch office Production Data Center #1 Domain A Domain C Remote office Auto Image Replication (AIR) • Off-Siting  Electronic NOT Tape • Data and applications are automatically − Backed up, Deduped, and Replicated − Available for restore - NOW • No tapes to lose, search for and load Domain D Production Data Center #2 38
  • 112. Política de backup VMware®• Todas las configuraciones agrupadas en una pestaña 39
  • 113. VADP Backup ProcessVMware ESXi ESXi Host Backup Server Datastore 40
  • 114. VADP Backup Process VADP Snapshot of Target VM(s)VMware ESXi ESXi Host Backup Server Datastore 41
  • 115. VADP Backup ProcessVMware ESXi ESXi Host Backup Server VM Backup Sent to Server Datastore 42
  • 116. VADP Backup Process Snapshot ReleasedVMware ESXi ESXi Host Backup Server Datastore 43
  • 117. VADP Network Block Device (NBD) Transport Backup server processes and stores data in disk, VMware ESXi deduplicated disk, tape or cloud Virtual Machine data is streamed via ESXi VMkernel ports to backup server Simplest to implement Fibre Channel, iSCSI, DAS, NFS Hypervisor level snapshots are taken for virtual May strain VMkernel if not planned well machines 44
  • 118. VADP Hotadd Transport Proxy VM Backup server processes and stores data in disk, deduplicated disk, tape or cloud VMware ESXi Virtual Machine snapshots are attached to a dedicated Proxy VM that streams data to backup server Careful planning provides offhost backups Throttle using traffic shaping Hypervisor level snapshots are taken for virtual Fibre Channel, iSCSI, NFS, limited DAS machines 45
  • 119. VADP SAN Transport 100% true offhost backup Suited for enterprise Fibre Channel and iSCSI storage VMware ESXi Virtual Machine data is streamed directly from storage to backup server Backup server processes Hypervisor level snapshots and stores data in disk, are taken for virtual deduplicated disk, tape or machines cloud 46
  • 120. Benchmark publicado en el VMWold 2012 47
  • 121. Benchmark Environment Cisco UCS Blades 1x vCenter, 6x ESXi Nexus Block Storage 8Gb Fibre Channel 10Gb Ethernet NetBackup 5220 NetApp FAS 6080 NetApp V-Series 6080 48
  • 122. Benchmark Environment Cisco UCS Blades 1x vCenter, 6x ESXi Symantec NetBackup 5220 • VADP access via 2x10GigE • VADP access via 2x8Gb FC • Built-in V-Ray deduplication Nexus Block Storage 8Gb Fibre Channel 10Gb Ethernet NetBackup 5220 NetApp FAS 6080 NetApp V-Series 6080 49
  • 123. Backup System Used for Benchmark • Dual Intel E5620 CPUs NetBackup 5220 • 24GB RAM • 4TB Dedupe storage • Connectivity • 2x8Gb Fibre Channel • 2x10Gb Ethernet • Typical power consumption: < 415W 50
  • 124. Performance Advantage: NetBackup 7.5 and NetBackup 5220 for VMwareB-Mark 1: VMware Consolidated Backup63 MB/sec 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 Backup Throughput – MB/sec 51
  • 125. Performance Advantage: NetBackup 7.5 and NetBackup 5220 for VMwareB-Mark 1: VMware Consolidated Backup63 MB/secB-Mark 2:600 MB/sec VADP – Cisco / NetBackup 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 Backup Throughput – MB/sec 52
  • 126. Performance Advantage: NetBackup 7.5 and NetBackup 5220 for VMwareB-Mark 1: VMware Consolidated Backup63 MB/secB-Mark 2:600 MB/sec VADP – Cisco / NetBackupB-Mark 3:1340 MB/sec VADP – Cisco / NetApp FlexPod / NetBackup 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 Backup Throughput – MB/sec 53
  • 127. Performance Advantage: NetBackup 7.5 and NetBackup 5220 for VMwareB-Mark 1: VMware Consolidated Backup 0.27 TB/hr63 MB/secB-Mark 2:600 MB/sec VADP – Cisco / NetBackupB-Mark 3:1340 MB/sec VADP – Cisco / NetApp FlexPod / NetBackup 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 Backup Throughput – MB/sec 54
  • 128. Performance Advantage: NetBackup 7.5 and NetBackup 5220 for VMwareB-Mark 1: VMware Consolidated Backup 0.27 TB/hr63 MB/secB-Mark 2: 2.1 TB/hr600 MB/sec VADP – Cisco / NetBackupB-Mark 3:1340 MB/sec VADP – Cisco / NetApp FlexPod / NetBackup 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 Backup Throughput – MB/sec 55
  • 129. Performance Advantage: Single VADP host! NetBackup 7.5 for VMwareB-Mark 1: VMware Consolidated Backup 0.27 TB/hr63 MB/secB-Mark 2: 2.1 TB/hr600 MB/sec VADP – Cisco / NetBackupB-Mark 3:1340 MB/sec VADP – Cisco / NetApp FlexPod / NetBackup 4.8 TB/hr 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 Backup Throughput – MB/sec 56
  • 130. Performance Advantage: Single VADP host! NetBackup 7.5 for VMwareB-Mark 1: VMware Consolidated Backup 270 VMs63 MB/secB-Mark 2: 2100 VMs600 MB/sec VADP – Cisco / NetBackupB-Mark 3: 4800 VMs1340 MB/sec VADP – Cisco / NetApp FlexPod / NetBackup 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 Backup Throughput – MB/sec Weekend full backups, daily incremental backups, 100GB VMs, 60GB data 57
  • 131. Thank you! joan_garcia_sanchez@symantec.com Copyright © 2010 Symantec Corporation. All rights reserved. Symantec and the Symantec Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Symantec Corporation or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. This document is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended as advertising. All warranties relating to the information in this document, either express or implied, are disclaimed to the maximum extent allowed by law. The information in this document is subject to change without notice.Omega Peripherals, VMWare & Symantec – Better together 58

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