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  • Server virtualization creates a separate OS environment that is logically isolated from the host server. This supports greater density of resource use (hardware, utilities, space) while maintaining operational isolation and security.Desktop virtualization creates a separate OS environment on the desktop, supporting a non-compatible legacy or line-of-business (LOB) application to operate within a more current desktop operating system.Application virtualization separates the application configuration layer from the OS in a desktop environment, reducing application conflicts, bringing patch and upgrade management to a central location, and accelerating the deployment of new applications and updates.Presentation virtualization isolates processing from the graphics and I/O, making it possible to run an application in one location but have it be controlled in another. This is helpful in a variety of situations, including ones where data confidentiality and protection are critical. Examples of this include Windows Server®Terminal Services and diskless PCs.
  • Virtualization Map Tech Ed2009

    1. 1. Govindaraj Rangan Technology Strategist Microsoft India
    2. 2. Key Takeaways Understand Microsoft’s end-to-end virtualization solutions and learn to choose a solution based on your scenario Learn how to use Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit for planning your technology migration Learn how to do an ROI analysis of your Virtualization and Consolidation project and convince your Management
    3. 3. Agenda Microsoft Virtualization Planning a Virtualization and Consolidation project using Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit Calculating Return On Investment (ROI) with Virtualization
    4. 4. Agenda Microsoft Virtualization Planning a Virtualization and Consolidation project using Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit Calculating Return On Investment (ROI) with Virtualization
    5. 5. Why Virtualization?
    6. 6. Microsoft Virtualization From the Datacenter to the Desktop Application Server Virtualization Virtualization Presentation Virtualization Desktop User State Virtualization Virtualization Document redirection Microsoft VDI Offline files
    7. 7. Agenda Microsoft Virtualization Planning a Virtualization and Consolidation project using Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit Calculating Return On Investment (ROI) with Virtualization
    8. 8. IT Migration Challenges Can my existing servers migrate to Windows Server 2008? What is the portion of physical servers that can be consolidated with Hyper-V? Managed by SCVMM? How many of my existing servers can be virtualized on the new hardware that I’m planning? What about application virtualization? Can my existing client machines run Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007?
    9. 9. Support at every stage Microsoft Assessment and Planning (tool + guidance) PLAN ROI Analysis System Center (SCVMM, SCOM, Infrastructure Planning and SCCM, SCDPM) Design Series (guidance) OPERATE IMPLEMENT Windows Server 2008 Offline Virtual Security Guide (guidance) Machine Servicing Tool Microsoft Deployment (tool + guidance)
    10. 10. Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit Integrated Automated Toolkit for migration planning from desktops to servers Windows Server Agent-less inventory of clients, servers, 2008 Hyper-V applications, devices and roles Other Products Virtual Server Technology migration and readiness 2005 R2 assessment and proposal generation Multi-Product Assessment Tool (proposals SQL Windows included) Server MAP Vista Hardware and Device Compatibility for Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 and 2007 Microsoft Office System Server Virtualization candidates for consolidation 2007 with Hyper-V and Virtual Server 2005 R2 SCVMM Microsoft Office Infrastructure assessment for environment to leverage Microsoft Application Virtualization App-V SQL Server Inventory Desktop Security Assessment
    11. 11. MAP – How it works Server Consolidation? Virtualization? Windows OS migration? SQL migration? PC security? Network Assesses your environment and recommends the right technologies MAP Tool User Report Generation For Different Migration Scenarios
    12. 12. MAP – Architecture Agent-less Corporate Network User Input Inventory Inventory Network-wide Collection Collection Database-driven System Center UI Console AD Win32 IP WMI SNMP Registry Perfmon Collector Collector Collector Collector Collector Collector Collector Main UI Wizard (Win32 Process) En/Decryption Component (DPAPI) MAPS Collection Manager Reporting DocGen Assessment Engine Engine Engine UI Data Access Layer Collector Data Access Layer ADO.NET Persist Configuration Persist Collection Get Collector’s Information/Retrieve Results/Populate Configured Information Progress Status Work-items Data Access via ADO.NET Database (SQL Express 2005) www.microsoft.com/MAP
    13. 13. MAP - Proposals
    14. 14. MAP – Detailed Assessments PC-by-PC Level Detailed Reporting Current OS Results Hardware and Device Assessment Results •System Resources •Experience after Upgrades •Deployment Blockers •Device Compatibility
    15. 15. MAP User Interface Database Driven Multiple Technologies
    16. 16. MAP Features Desktop Security Hyper-V Assessment Assessment SQL Server Discovery
    17. 17. MAP Wizard MAP Proposals and Reports
    18. 18. Agenda Microsoft Virtualization Planning a Virtualization and Consolidation project using Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit Calculating Return On Investment (ROI) with Virtualization
    19. 19. Virtualization ROI Tool https://roianalyst.alinean.com/msft/AutoLogin.do?d=307025591178580657
    20. 20. Virtualization Resources Microsoft Virtualization: http://www.microsoft.com/virtualization/default.mspx Virtualization ROI Calculator: http://www.microsoft.com/virtualization/why/roi/default.mspx Download MAP tool: http://www.microsoft.com/map MAP Blog: http://blogs.technet.com/mapblog/
    21. 21. © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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