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  • This presentation is intended to enable Account Managers to have a conversation about how EMC’s products and services can help customers realize the benefits of VMware quicker and with less risk.

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  • 1. EMC Information Infrastructure for VMware Environments – Overview Integrate, Extend, Accelerate
  • 2. The Joint VMware/EMC Effect Time The Path to Success
    • Process and Tech Standard Phase
      • Extended Mobility
      • “ VM 1st” Policy
    • Heavy-Use Phase
      • Disaster Recovery
      • Tier 1 apps
      • Backup Built for VM
      • Performance/QoS
      • VM Mobility
      • VDI
    • Light-Use Phase
      • Utility Servers
      • High Availability
    • Pilot Phase
      • POC Servers
      • Test/Dev
    TIME NUMBER OF VMs
  • 3.
    • Simple, easy-to-use solutions that integrate with and extend all VMware advanced functions (e.g., DRS, Storage VMotion, SRM)
    • Flexibility for iSCSI, FC, and NFS – every protocol VMware needs = no risk, no sacrifices, no protocol wars
    • Proven scaling, proven replication, proven availability, proven tier 1 app solutions
    • Unique capabilities in VMware environments:
      • Backup built for VMware
      • VDI solutions – from 1 image to 10,000 in minutes
      • Change control and end-to-end virtual-to-physical management
      • Virtual appliances
      • Joint VMware/Exchange/SQL/Oracle/SAP solutions
    • Net – more customers choose EMC for VMware
    Why EMC for VMware – 5 Reasons 2007 Server Virtualization Survey Results - IDC Chart Source: IDC’s Server Virtualization 2007 Multiclient Study, Dec 2007. Chart shows percentage of survey responses to a question about primary brand of network storage attached to virtual servers. N=311
    • “ For virtual servers, networked storage solutions are more heavily weighted toward EMC storage . In previous years, storage attached to virtual servers was highly captive relative to the server hardware purchase.”
      • Source: IDC’s Server Virtualization 2007 Multiclient Study, Dec 2007
      • * EMC and VMware were sponsors of this study
  • 4. VMware/EMC Integration Points
    • VMware Essentials
      • E-Lab/VMWare HCL
      • Simple and easy to use
      • Built for hyper-scale and hyper-availability
      • Advanced zero-space snapshots and clones
      • Thin Provisioning
      • All protocols VMware needs
    Light VM ESX Cluster Lab Manager ESX Cluster 1G/10G iSCSI NAS Native 4 Gbps FC Purpose Built for Hyper-Scale Heavy VM ESX Cluster VDI ESX Cluster IP Storage Tier 2/3 Block Tier 1 Block B2D
    • Backup built for VMware
    BUSINESS CONTINUITY
    • Application consistency
    BUSINESS CONTINUITY
    • Site recovery manager integration
    • Best replication technology
      • Deltas only
      • All WAN topologies
      • Async/sync/continous
      • WAN compression
    IP Storage Tier 2/3 Block Tier 1 Block B2D Storage/ Network Fabric Storage/ Network Fabric DESKTOP MANAGEMENT
    • Integrated VDI solution
    • Go from one VM image to 1,000 in minutes, using little to no storage
    SOFTWARE CYCLE
    • Integrated replication with Lab Manager
    • Archive old builds, stale VMs
    • Integrated VMware/infrastructure management
    • Complete storage virtualization and mobility
    INFRASTRUCTURE OPTIMIZATION
    • Storage VMotion integration
    • DRS and array QoS integration
  • 5. VMware/EMC Integration Points
    • VMware Essentials
      • E-Lab/VMWare HCL
      • Simple and easy to use
      • Advanced zero-space snapshots and clones
      • Thin Provisioning
      • All protocols VMware needs
    Light VM ESX Cluster Heavy VM ESX Cluster VDI ESX Cluster Lab Manager ESX Cluster iSCSI NAS Native 4 Gbps FC Start small with no sacrifice… starts at $30K
    • Backup built for VMware
    BUSINESS CONTINUITY
    • Site recovery manager integration
    • Best replication technology
      • Deltas only
      • All WAN topologies
      • Async/sync/continous
      • WAN compression
    BUSINESS CONTINUITY
    • Application consistency
    Storage/ Network Fabric Storage/ Network Fabric DESKTOP MANAGEMENT
    • Integrated VDI solution
    • Go from one VM image to 1,000 in minutes, using little to no storage
    SOFTWARE CYCLE
    • Integrated replication with Lab Manager
    • Archive old builds, stale VMs
    INFRASTRUCTURE OPTIMIZATION
    • Storage VMotion integration
    • DRS and array QoS integration
  • 6. Storing VMware Information More Efficiently
    • VMware requires shared – consolidated storage
      • VMotion, HA, DRS, etc.
    • Consolidated workloads
      • Aggregate workloads, QoS
      • Consolidated risk
    • More efficient management
      • Virtual LUNs
      • Virtual (Thin) Provisioning
      • Virtual Storage
    • Efficient storage architecture
      • Active archiving
      • Single instance storage
      • De-duplication
    • Tier resources to optimize capital investments
      • Connectivity – FC, iSCSI, NFS, CIFS, FCoE
      • Storage device– SSD, FC, SAS, SATA
      • Storage protection – RAID 1, 10, 5, 50, and 6
    Archive Tier 3 Tier 2 Tier 1 FC, iSCSI, FCoE, NFS, CIFS DR OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP Tier 0
  • 7. Information Protection – Disaster Recovery
    • Virtual Infrastructure Requires Flexibility in Data Replication Solutions
      • VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM)
        • Simplifies planning and execution of BC/DR processes
        • Integrates with and inherits characteristics of storage replication solutions
      • DR infrastructure needs to support both virtual and traditional deployment
        • Enable transition from physical to virtual
    • EMC Delivers
      • Best-in-breed data replication solutions
        • Array-based
          • All WAN topologies (IP, Layer 2, DWDM)
        • Fabric-based
          • Compression and heterogeneous configurations
        • Host-based
          • Critical in many physical to virtual scenarios
        • Application integrated
          • Upgrade to app-consistent replication for all Tier 1 apps (Exchange, SQL Server, Oracle, SAP)
    PRODUCTION RECOVERY APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS APP OS
  • 8. Information Protection – Backup Built for VMware
    • Impact to existing process
      • Virtualization reduces or spare CPU/IO resources
      • Virtualization consolidates backup workloads
    • Virtualized systems have a significant amount of redundant data
      • 90% of data in VM’s is duplicate (C:)
    • Need more efficient method of backing-up in a virtualized environment
    • Integrated data-de-duplication and backup-to-disk solution
    • Tremendous backup process improvements
      • 90% reduction in VMDK backup storage requirements
      • 10x improvement in backup times
      • De-dupe at source enables higher consolidation
    • Available as a Virtual Appliance
    EMC delivers Virtualization enables new backup choices Traditional Full and incremental backup: move 150–200% of data/week Hardware Disk NIC Memory CPU VMware ESX Server Built for VMware Efficient VMware backup: move 2–7% of data/week Hardware VMware ESX Server Disk NIC Memory CPU
  • 9. Managing the VMware-Enabled Data Center
    • Need to Manage Physical and Virtual Environments End-to-End
      • Traditional view of resources change
        • Virtual servers, networks
        • One application per server becomes many to one
      • Flexibility of virtualization enables relationships to change frequently
        • VMotion, DRS, Storage VMotion
    • EMC Delivers
      • Management Tools Built for VMware
        • Simple views of virtual-physical relationships for IO (network and storage)
        • Dependency-driven configuration and problem management
        • Simplified planning and management of virtual infrastructure
        • 100% integrated with VMware APIs
  • 10. VMware and Tier 1 Applications
    • Accelerate Deployments While Reducing Risk
      • Need confidence that components from multiple vendors work together
      • Understand the nuances of deploying mission-critical applications with VMware
    • EMC Delivers
      • Joint HCL/eLab interoperability testing
        • Ensure the virtual and physical work together
        • Weekly calls with the VMware HCL team
      • Joint VMware EMC Reference Architectures for Tier 1 Applications
        • Oracle 11 g /10 g
        • SQL Server 2005
        • Exchange 2007
        • SAP
        • All at enterprise scale
    More than 450 ESX 3.5 Servers at Joint VMware/EMC Solution Center
  • 11. Virtual Desktop Environments
    • Simplifying, Accelerating, and Securing the Desktop
      • VDI and VDM
        • Centralized management and provisioning of desktop environments
        • Does 1000 10GB VMs mean 10 TB? And how to copy them fast?
    • EMC Delivers
      • From 1-1,000s of VMs in minutes
        • Instantly snap images in seconds, using no additional capacity
        • Makes patching obsolete – build a new image and replicate
      • User data redirection
        • Store user data in highly available storage outside their desktop
        • Transparent to the user – looks like “My Documents”
        • Simpler backup, simpler image management
    Golden Desktop Image Virtually Provisioned Disk VM.vmdk VM.vmx … Snap LUNs (Virtually Provisioned … 1,000
  • 12. Virtual Infrastructure Migration Methodology EMC has more than 300 VCPs on staff – 50+ being added quarterly Steady State Handover Analysis Discover Release 0..N Detailed Design Pilot & Test CI Service Operations Service Transition Service Design Service Strategy Policy-Driven Service Architecture Organizational Collaboration Virtualized Infrastructure Architecture People Development Software Toolset Automated Process Architecture Migration Candidate Selection Candidate Scheduling Service Commissioning P2V Migration Operational Handover Decommissioning Identification of Potential Estate Strategic Goals Identified Architecture Requirements Analysis Maturity Model Assessment Service Assessment Skills Assessment Infrastructure Design Operational Policy Development Offering Development Development Plan Infrastructure Production Build-out Service Introduction Service BAU Infrastructure Management Skills Continuous Development Infrastructure Pilot Service Pilot Skills Development Environmental Assessment Toolset Evaluation Toolset Design Toolset Release Toolset Deployment Process Discovery Process Creation Operational Process Process Testing Process Assessment
  • 13.