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NCCE 2011
Admin/IT Summit - Virtualization

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  • Updated October 2009
  • 1) Jewelry TV “…To go from 1 support call per day to 1 call per year is just amazing, and we couldn't have done it without the great products from VMware and Wyse. The way they just worked together so well made everything else easier. Our support costs for the Wyse/VMware solution is as close to zero as possible." Wesley Baker, Virtualization Architect, at Jewelry Television 2) “…The value that virtualization brought to Amerisure surprised not only company management but even me. We have much lower TCO costs, enabling us to skip 2-3 refresh PC cycles, saving us at least 1.9 million each time. We have also seen a 75-80% drop in helpdesk calls and have been able to reduce our staff from 6 to 1. In 2009 alone, we’ve reduced our overcall IT cost by 3.5 million.” Jack Wilson, Enterprise Architect at Amerisure 3) “The benefits to Reed have been immeasurable. The IT budget has been cut by 20% and the IT department halved the number of storage drives and reduced the number of servers by a factor of 20. In one year, Reed reduced its carbon footprint by 2500 tons, achieving a reduction of at least 20% and reduced our utility bill down at least a quarter million.” Sean Whetstone, Head of I.T. Services - Reed Specialist Recruitment 4) "To think of Wyse only in terms of hardware is to do them a disservice. I've been consistently and thoroughly impressed with the virtualization software offerings from Wyse. The breadth of their offerings means they can completely replicate the PC experience, only without the baggage that comes with PCs. ” Bill Lewkowski, Executive VP and CIO at Metro Health 5) “Security was one of the primary reasons for deploying virtual clients throughout Residence Life. The combination of student records and credit card information makes for a high-risk environment, but those risks have been mitigated. As a result of the implementation, compliance mandates and audits from organizations such as the PCI Security Standards Council have gone smoothly. We've survived two security audits unscathed. In one case, the auditor stated that he was 'truly impressed' that Residence Life could guaranty the level of security that we do.” Dimitri Petropolis, Principal Systems Administrator, Residence Life Department at The University of Arizona

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  • VMware View
  • Information and data is our most important asset. We spend too much time recovering lost data from stolen laptops. What keeps you up at night? How do I maintain or improve desktop management when I ’m required to do more with less? It is difficult to respond quickly when employees are mobile and scattered across the world. Windows 7 is here, I need to prepare for it! I spend a lot of time on desktop support calls. But I really need to focus on strategic IT initiatives that really add value.
  • Primary Drivers for VMware View Adoption
      • Device Consolidation
      • Ease and Speed of Application Deployments
      • Power Savings
      • Security and Control of Assets Deployed Outside the Corporate Perimeter (Outsourcing)
      • Simplified Desk-Side Support
      • Simplified Lifecycle Management
      • Simplify Adoption of New Hardware By Enabling Compatibility with Legacy Applications/OS
      • Data Security/Control
      • Windows 7 Migration
      • IT Cost
  • The desktop dilemma: User Freedom vs IT control IT User Increasing IT costs
      • Security and compliance risks
    Anytime, anywhere access Device, OS and apps diversity
  • Device-centric computing is the problem Components (Apps, OS, profile and data) bound to device Apps OS Data Profile User
  • Enables IT to deliver desktops as a managed service Deliver Desktops as a Managed Service
    • What does it mean?
    • Central Management
    • Dynamic Assembly
    • Personal Desktops
    • Benefits
    • Automated Management
    • Security & Compliance
    • Reduced Costs
    OS Apps Persona OS Apps Persona OS Apps Persona OS Profile Data Persona Apps Data Profile Devices Apps OS OS Apps Persona OS Apps Persona OS Apps Persona
  • VMware View 4.5 Built for Desktops
  • VMware View is the Modular Desktop vSphere User Data Disk ThinApp PCOIP
  • VMware View Overview
  • Deliver highly secure desktops to users
    • Data stored in datacenter
    • Authentication using Active Directory
    • View Security Server (DMZ)
    • SSL encrypted connection
    • Optional integration with SecurID for two-factor authentication
    • Support for Smart Card authentication
    Client
  • Provision desktops in minutes Template
    • Automate provisioning from template
    • On-demand provisioning
    • Multiple types of desktops
      • Persistent, Non-persistent, Individual
    • Apply group policies
    View Manager vCenter
  • Standard VDI Templates vs. vClones 10GB x 15 + 500MB x 15 = 157.5GB 10GB + 500MB + 500MB x 15 = 25GB +
  • Package Once, Deploy Everywhere
    • Built for desktops
    • Designed for the LAN or WAN
    • Uses end-to-end software implementation
    • Optional hardware acceleration for graphically intense application
    • Supports low cost, “zero” clients
    Provide a superior experience from LAN to WAN using PCoIP
  • Provide a seamless desktop experience Rich media and graphics Multimedia redirection Progressive build of graphics USB redirection Productivity applications
  • Wyse Cloud Client Computing for VMware View Dave Jolley Wyse Technology, Inc. Senior SE, US Northwest Region
  • VMware & Wyse Strategic Partnership
    • Wyse Technology is the global leader in cloud client computing, offering the broadest and best-selling portfolio of thin, zero and cloud clients certified for VMware View desktop virtualization cloud infrastructure. 
    • As a joint desktop virtualization solution,  Wyse cloud client computing and VMware View replaces the outdated distributed computing model of the unsecure, unreliable, energy-intensive and expensive PC, while delivering low TCO and superior user experience.
    • Wyse has shipped more than 20 million client devices and has over 200 million people interacting with their products each day, enabling the leading private, public, hybrid and government cloud implementations worldwide.
  • Wyse Cloud Client Computing – Wyse 3C
    • Wyse Cloud Client Computing blends…
      • Thin and zero client computing
      • Desktop Virtualization
      • Unified Communications
    • … to deliver reduction in TCO, eliminating or reducing costs associated with
      • Security
      • Management
      • Deployment
      • Green IT
      • Disaster recovery and business continuance
    Unified Communications Thin and Zero Client Computing Desktop Virtualization
  • Wyse 3C for VMware View Amplifying VDI Benefits VMware vSphere™ Virtualization Infrastructure Servers VMware® View LAN/WAN Wyse P20™ Wyse R50L/R90LW/R90L7 Wyse PocketCloud™ PCoIP PCoIP or RDP WAN Accelerated with Wyse VDA RDP The zero client built for VMware View With built in TCX media redirection. On iPad, iPhone and now Android smart phones. RDP WAN Accelerated with Wyse VDA Wyse X90c7/X50c VM VM VM VM VM VM … … Wyse WSM™ Wyse TCX™ Accelerate Performance Add functionality, to HDX, RDP or PCoIP protocols, XP Pro, Vista, or Windows 7 in a VM Wyse VDA™ Improve performance up to 20X ver WANs and “Fat long pipes” Wyse Device Manager™ Wyse PC Extender™ Repurpose PC solutions.
  • Wyse & VMware – Better Together
    • Why Wyse?
    • Inventor and market leader w/30-year history
    • Long standing VMware Partner
    • Broadest channel and field organization focus on VMware VDI
    • VMware uses Wyse
    • VMware View includes Wyse TCX
    • 20M+ devices, 200M+ users
    • Secure and Green computing via EnergyStar/EPEAT
    • IP/portfolio ownership: 100+ patents as of Q1/2010
    • Award-winning partner ecosystem
    • Why go with Wyse when doing VDI?
    • Wyse W3C reduce overall TCO of VDI
      • Cost less to buy and manage than a PC
      • Last longer
    • Wyse W3C is green
      • Consume 10x less energy than a PC
    • Wyse W3C is secure
      • Lock down environment
      • No vulnerabilities
    • Wyse W3C create VDI stickiness
      • A customer using a thin client to access VDI is more likely to maintain its VDI vendor choice for a longer time
  • Wyse W3C Wide Range of Products Certified for VMware View
    • Wyse delivers the best support for View 4 & PCoIP: Highest number of PCoIP certified devices in the View HCL .
      • P Class
        • Best performing hardware PCoIP zero client device
      • Z Class
      • WES 2009 and WES7, Fastest thin client on the market. Future ready advanced HW: USB 3, Display Port, etc
      • R Class
        • Windows (& Linux) multi-display and PCIe expansion
      • C Class
        • Wyse Thin OS, Linux & Windows
        • Hardware media & small form factor
    For more information, visit VMware ’s Compatibility Guide at vmware.com
      • V Class
        • WTOS, Linux & Windows
        • I/O Flexibility / 1.2 GHZ Processor
      • X Class
        • Linux & Windows
        • Market only View 4 certified thin laptops
      • Wyse Pocket Cloud
        • Market only View 4 client for the iPhone
      • Wyse PC Extender
        • Repurpose PC Solution with integrated View 4 client
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  • Additional Slides
  • Provisioning linked clones
  • Building Desktops with View Composer Base Image + Snapshot View Composer will create a replica of your source VM to use as a master per LUN Replica V1 Virtual Infrastructure
  • Building Desktops with View Composer Base Image + Snapshot OS Data Disk User Data Disk This replica creates linked clones and joins them to the domain using QuickPrep Replica V1 Virtual Infrastructure
  • Building Desktops with View Composer Base Image + Snapshot Profiles are stored as user personality disks, created on first logon if necessary Replica V1 Virtual Infrastructure
  • Building Desktops with View Composer Base Image + Snapshot User data can be stored on file servers Replica V1 Virtual Infrastructure
  • Building Desktops with View Composer Base Image + Snapshot The user ’s desktop is the result Replica V1 Virtual Infrastructure
  • Updating Linked Clones
  • Updating Desktops with Linked Clones Update the baseline Windows VM with a patch. V2 V1
  • Updating Desktops with vClones Publish the new source VM. V2 V1 V2
  • Updating Desktops with vClones As users log out, the clones are deleted… V2 V1 V2 X X X X X X
  • Updating Desktops with vClones … and fresh clones are attached to the new replica. V2 V1 V2
  • Questions Thank You!