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  • 1. Hyper-VA More Complete Virtualization Platform– A Real World Example
  • 2. Agenda• Introduction• Virtualization History• Microsoft’s Competitive Advantages• Virtualization Futures• Rise Platform• Q&A 3
  • 3. Introduction:Mike McCabe – Senior Pre-Sales Engineer for Rise • MSP Background • Large Enterprise Experience • Cloud EvangelistRise – Microsoft’s Hosting Partner of the Year 2011 • Working with Microsoft on the Windows Server 8 / Hyper-V release • One of the largest deployments of Hyper-V • Member of Microsoft’s PAC 4
  • 4. Today’s Takeaway Points• One Platform for Physical and Virtual Infrastructure• Simplified method for physical and virtual computer deployments• Scalability 5
  • 5. Virtualization History 1999 2008 2010 2011 2012 VMware Microsoft Microsoft Hyper-V Microsoft Intros x86 Releases Increases Growth at Will Release Virtualization Hyper-V Market Share 62%(IDC) Revolutionize to 24.4% (IDC) Virtualization Again 6
  • 6. Microsoft’s ApproachHolistic Approach to VirtualizationScalability within PlatformLower TCO – Maximize Number of Utilities 7
  • 7. VMware’s ApproachCreated Virtualization MarketGoal is to lower number of physical serversSimply virtualization platform 8
  • 8. Rise’s Partner DecisionDynamic Partner EcoSystemWorld’s best partner program and supportEngagement SupportMicrosoft’s assistance during the deployment processFaith of the ProductsProducts used internally and known by engineering staffFuture GoalsMicrosoft’s goals were in line with Rise’s business goals 9
  • 9. Virtualization Futures Ease of Reduced TCO Scalability Integration More Management of Platforms Productivity 10
  • 10. Scalability Comparison Windows Server VMware VMware vSphereSystem Resource “8” Beta Hyper-V ESXi 5.0 5.0 Enterprise Plus Logical Processors 160 160 160Host Physical Memory 2TB 32GB1 2TB Virtual CPUs per Host 1,024 2,048 2,048 Virtual CPUs per VM 32 8 322 Memory per VM 1TB 32GB1 1TBVM Active VMs per Host 1,024 512 512 Guest NUMA Yes Yes Yes Maximum Nodes 64 N/A3 32Cluster Maximum VMs 4,000 N/A3 3,000VMware ESXi 5.0 is a free download yet has the following restrictions: 1. Host physical memory is capped at 32GB thus maximum VM memory is also restricted to 32GB usage. 2. vSphere 5.0 Enterprise Plus is the only edition that supports 32 vCPUs. All others support 8 vCPUs within a virtual machine. 3. For clustering/high availability, customers must purchase vSphere 11
  • 11. Storage Comparison Windows Server “8” VMware VMware vSphereCapability Beta Hyper-V ESXi 5.0 5.0 Enterprise PlusVirtual Fiber Channel Yes Yes Yes3rd Party Multipathing (MPIO) Yes No Yes (VAMP)1Native 4-KB Disk Support Yes No NoMaximum Virtual Disk Size 64TB VHDX 2TB VMDK 2TB VMDKMaximum Pass Through Disk Size Varies2 64TB 64TBOffloaded Data Transfer Yes No Yes (VAAI)31. vStorage API for Multipathing (VAMP) is only available in Enterprise & Enterprise Plus editions of vSphere 5.02. The maximum size of a physical disk attached to a virtual machine is determined by the guest operating system and the chosen file system within the guest.3. vStorage API for Array Integration (VAAI) is only available in Enterprise & Enterprise Plus editions of vSphere 5.0 12
  • 12. Resource Comparison Windows Server “8” VMware VMware vSphereCapability Beta Hyper-V ESXi 5.0 5.0 Enterprise PlusDynamic Memory Yes Yes YesResource Metering Yes Yes1 YesQuality of Service Yes No Yes2Data Center Bridging (DCB) Yes Yes Yes1. Without vCenter, Resource Metering in VMware ESXi is only available on an individual host by host basis.2. Quality of Service (QoS) is only available in the Enterprise Plus edition of vSphere 5.0
  • 13. VDI Comparison Windows Server “8” VMware VMware vSphere 5.0Capability Beta Hyper-V ESXi 5.0 Enterprise PlusUnified Management Yes VMware View1 VMware View1Intelligent Patching Yes VMware View2 VMware View2Rapid VM Provisioning Yes VMware View2 VMware View2Hardware GPU Support Yes No3 No3Remote Touch Support Yes No NoUser Profile & Data Mgmt. Yes VMware View2 VMware View21. VMware have no Remote Desktop Services technology of their own, but offer basic management of TS/RDS. • No PCoIP Support | No Persona Management | No USB Support2. Intelligent Patching, Rapid Provisioning and Persona Management are features of VMware View Premier, available at additional cost.3. vSphere 5.0 enables basic 3D applications like Windows Aero, Office 2010 or those requiring OpenGL or DirectX in View desktops. This feature provides acceptable performance on the WAN, up to 100ms latency. No hardware GPU support. • http://pubs.vmware.com/view-50/topic/com.vmware.ICbase/PDF/view-50-architecture-planning.pdf 14
  • 14. VMware Comparison Windows Server “8” VMware VMware vSphereCapability Beta Hyper-V ESXi 5.0 5.0 Enterprise PlusExtensible Switch Yes No Yes1Confirmed Partner Extensions 4 No 2Private Virtual LAN (PVLAN) Yes No Yes1ARP Spoofing Protection Yes No vShield App/Partner2DHCP Snooping Protection Yes No vShield App/Partner2Virtual Port ACLs Yes No vShield App/Partner2Trunk Mode to Virtual Machines Yes No NoPort Monitoring Yes Per Port Group Yes3Port Mirroring Yes Per Port Group Yes31. vSphere Distributed Switch (required for extensibility & PVLAN capability) is available only in the Enterprise Plus edition of vSphere 5.02. ARP Spoofing, DHCP Snooping Protection & Virtual Port ACLs require either vShield App or a Partner solution, all of which are additional purchases on top of vSphere 5.0 Enterprise Plus3. Port Monitoring and Mirroring at a granular level requires vSphere Distributed Switch, which is available in the Enterprise Plus edition of vSphere 5.0. 15
  • 15. VMware Comparison Windows Server “8” VMware VMware vSphereCapability Beta Hyper-V ESXi 5.0 5.0 Enterprise PlusDynamic Virtual Machine Queue Yes Yes YesIPsec Task Offload Yes No NoSR-IOV Yes DirectPath I/O1 DirectPath I/O1Storage Encryption Yes No No1. DirectPath IO, whilst not identical to SR-IOV, aims to provide virtual machines with more direct access to hardware devices, with network cards being a good example. Whilst on the surface, this will boost VM networking performance, and reduce the burden on host CPU cycles, in reality, there are a number of caveats in using DirectPath I/O: • Very small Hardware Compatibility List • No Memory Overcommit • No vMotion (unless running certain configurations of Cisco UCS) • No Fault Tolerance • No Network I/O Control • No VM Snapshots (unless running certain configurations of Cisco UCS) • No Suspend/Resume (unless running certain configurations of Cisco UCS) • No VMsafe/Endpoint Security support No such restrictions are imposed when using SR-IOV, ensuring customers can combine the highest levels of performance with the flexibility they need for an agile infrastructure. 16
  • 16. VMware Comparison Windows Server “8” VMware VMware vSphereCapability Beta Hyper-V ESXi 5.0 5.0 Enterprise PlusVM Live Migration Yes No1 Yes21GB Simultaneous Live Migrations Unlimited3 N/A 410GB Simultaneous Live Migrations Unlimited3 N/A 8Live Storage Migration Yes No4 Yes5Shared Nothing Live Migration Yes No NoNetwork Virtualization Yes No Partner61. Live Migration (vMotion) is unavailable in ESXi 5.0 – vSphere 5.0 required2. Live Migration (vMotion) is available in Essentials Plus & higher editions of vSphere 5.03. Within the technical capabilities of the networking hardware4. Live Storage Migration (Storage vMotion) is unavailable in ESXi 5.05. Live Storage Migration (Storage vMotion) is available in Enterprise & Enterprise Plus editions of vSphere 5.06. VXLAN is a feature of the Cisco Nexus 1000V 1.5, available at additional cost to VMware vSphere 5.0 Enterprise Plus 17
  • 17. VMware Comparison Windows Server VMware VMware vSphereCapability “8” Beta Hyper-V ESXi 5.0 5.0 Enterprise PlusIncremental Backups Yes No Yes1VM Replication Yes No vCenter SRM2NIC Teaming Yes Yes YesIntegrated High Availability Yes No3 Yes4Guest OS Application Monitoring Yes N/A No5Failover Prioritization Yes N/A Yes6Affinity & Anti-Affinity Rules Yes N/A Yes6Cluster-Aware Updating Yes N/A Yes61. VMware Data Recovery is available in Essentials Plus and higher vSphere 5.0 editions2. vSphere Replication is a feature of VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager (SRM), which is available in 2 editions and is a chargeable addition to vSphere 5.03. ESXi 5.0 has no high availability features built in – vSphere 5.0 is required.4. VMware HA is built in to Essentials Plus and higher vSphere 5.0 editions5. VMware have made APIs publicly available, but actual application monitoring is not included6. Features available in all editions that have High Availability enabled.
  • 18. VMware Comparison Windows VMware VMwareCapability Server “8” Beta vSphere 5.0 ESXi 5.0 Hyper-V Enterprise PlusNodes per Cluster 64 N/A1 32VMs per Cluster 4,000 N/A1 3000Max Size Guest Cluster (iSCSI) 64 Nodes 02 02Max Size Guest Cluster (Fiber) 64 Nodes 2 2Max Size Guest Cluster (File Based) 64 Nodes 03 03Guest Clustering with Live Migration Support Yes N/A1 No4Guest Clustering with Dynamic Memory Support Yes No5 No51. High Availability/vMotion/Clustering is unavailable in the standalone ESXi 5.02. VMware does not support VM Guest Clustering using iSCSI storage.3. VMware does not support VM Guest Clustering using File Based Storage i.e. NFS4. VMware does not support the vMotion of a VM that is part of a Guest Cluster5. VMware does not support the use of Memory Overcommit with a VM that is part of a Guest Cluster
  • 19. Rise Platform Demo 20
  • 20. Summary – Q & A 21
  • 21. Scalability, Secure Flexible HighPerformance Multitenancy Infrastructure Availability& Density & Resiliency Hyper-V: A More Complete Virtualization Platform.