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  • Key pointsEveryone thinks about server virt when they think about virt – we have history here w/ Virtual Server, and a big strength w/ Hyper-VBut, there’s more to virt than server virt…As virtualization becomes more pervasive, management is much more critical to enable dynamic scenarios – System Center can sit at the heart of all of this“When we think about virtualization, most of the hype in the industry today is focused on machine virtualization or server virtualization, and certainly server virtualization is a critical enabling technology where I'm able to encapsulate an operating system and application and my data all together.  Microsoft's solution there is that we have a solution, Virtual Server, in market, and now with Windows Server 2008, a key feature of Windows Server 2008 is Hyper-V, our hypervisor-based virtualization solution. That is in the process of coming to market and will be released to market within the next three to four weeks or so; which is great but that's just one kind of virtualization. Depending on the problem that you're trying to solve, there are a number of different virtualization technologies that are important to take advantage of.  So Application Virtualization: On clients the ability to do application isolation and to stream application on-demand is critical; if we think about the adaptive application delivery, which I'll talk to in a minute, and we have the leading virtualization capability here with Microsoft Application Virtualization.  Desktop virtualization: Virtual PC has been in market for awhile, and then we announced an acquisition of a company called Kidaro to really enable enterprise-class desktop virtualization solutions and scenarios.  Then presentation virtualization, which you may know of as Terminal Services, but the ability to centrally manage and host an application and the data, and just serve out the interaction with that, so present it up to a user remotely. All of these different pieces can play a role in the solution that you're trying to solve for, but what's critical is at the heart of this is management. In a virtualized world, management becomes much, much more critical in enabling some of these dynamic scenarios that we talk about. So, take a broad view and think about desktop to datacenter.”
  • SC VMM vNext Physical Resource Optimization (PRO) Pack leverages the Operations Manager Framework enabling partners to deliver value add to our mutual customers by creating specific policies that VMM, in concert with Operations Manager, is called to act upon minimizing downtime and accelerating time to resolution
  • This slide shows the four key messages of our server virtualization solution: It begins by outlining the key business value that our solution offers – from server consolidation, to business continuity to dynamic provisioning. To gain this value we have two key technologies that, combined together, provide a comprehensive virtualization solution.Windows Server 2008 – virtualization is included as a key feature of this new release. The messages to get across here are: - it’s the Windows you count on and use today. . It easily integrates into your existing systems. No need to learn a new system. - 80% of virtualized machines are Windows – this allows you to run Windows on Windows.2) System Center is a full lifecycle management product that deploys, monitors and backs up both your virtual and physical infrastructure from one platformThe messages to get across here are: - Management becomes essential with virtualization because a) when resources are virtual, you need management to act as the “radar screen” to know where resources are located and b) to unlock the ability to dynamically move resources around, you need policy and model-based systems that can get resources to the right place in real-time - You want a single pane of glass to view both your physical and virtual resources – you don’t want to create islands of virtual (which is all you can do with VMware) as that adds complexity to your mgmt process. - You want to be able to gain knowledge down at the application level to truly enable dynamic allocation of resources. Only System Center can do this – VMware will only tell you about the state of a virtual machine.3) Refer back to the key scenarios: It is the combination of virtualization and management that unlocks business value.The messages to get across here are: – Server 2008 with System Center is what allows you to build a foundation for a dynamic datacenter - The combination of the two products enable you to achieve the key scenarios of virtualization: - With VMM, you can easily convert physical servers to virtual server, enabling server consolidation - With DPM you can build the foundation for your business continuity plan - With SCCM you can patch virtual and physical servers so they’re always up to date - And with SCOM you can monitor the health of your VMs and apps running inside, providing the data to dynamically provision the right server to the right host in real-time.4) This combined solution is very cost effective – and approximately one third the price of VMwareThe messages to get across here are: - The Enterprise license for Windows Server 2008 list at $3,999 – this allows you to have up to 4 copies of Windows running on your physical server/host - The System Center Enterprise Suite lists at $860 – this allows you use of all four System Center products on an unlimited number of virtual guests per physical server/host - Combined, the cost is approximately $4,860 – approximately one-third the price of VMware’s Enterprise offering which is approximately $14,700 – for all the same features.In sum, the message of this slide is to show that Microsoft is clearly in the game with this combined offering – with similar features and business benefits – at a much lower cost than VMware.
  • Speaking NotesMicrosoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Solution Accelerator is an integrated tool that makes it easier for IT professionals and consultants to conduct network-wide readiness assessments for migration to Microsoft technologies from servers, to desktops and applications. With the help of its agent-less inventory, performance data gathering, and auto-generated proposal and report generation capabilities, Microsoft customers and partners can now more quickly and efficiently determine the right candidates for the following products: • Windows operating system migration and deployment (servers or desktops)• Server Virtualization (Hyper-V or Virtual Server 2005 R2)• Application Virtualization (SoftGrid)MAP is the expanded version of the Windows Vista Hardware Assessment Solution Accelerator tool that was released in early 2007. New features include Windows Server 2008 hardware compatibility assessment, virtualization candidacy recommendation for Virtual Server 2005 R2 (this release) and Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V (future release), and infrastructure assessment for Microsoft Application Virtualization.Get MAP Download here: http://www.microsoft.com/MAP
  • This is how it looks like on screen when running Virtual PC or any Virtualization engine User has two start menus, two task-bars, and a new concept of managing VMs which is confusing…
  • If you would like to host your demo on the Virtual Server, please use the myVPC demo slide, not this slide.
  • Hyper-V support for VDI -Providing a better virtualization platform for scalable and highly available VDI deploymentsLive Migration of Virtual Machines – With Live Migration, there will be no perceived downtime in the desktop workloads running in the VM, and network connections from and to the VM being migrated will stay connected. This capability will be possible between hosts within a High Availability cluster.Support for Enhanced Virtualization Capabilities in the Hardware – Support for Nested Page Tables (NPT) and Extended Page tables (EPT) in Intel and AMD hardware. These capabilities improve the performance of translation of memory addresses.Thenew Remote Desktop Connection Broker, which extends the Session Broker capabilities already found in Windows Server 2008, creates a unified admin experience for traditional session-based remote desktops and (new) virtual machine-based remote desktops. The two key deployment scenarios supported by the Remote Desktop Connection Broker, besides traditional TS, are persistent (permanent) VMs and pooled VMs. In either case, the in-box solution supports storage of the image(s) on the Hyper-V host.SCVMM 2008 support provides intelligent placement of VMs during placement, fast and reliable P2V and V2V (VMware to Hyper-V) conversions as well monitoring of all virtual and physical assets from “one single pane of glass”.

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  • Ramnish Singh IT Advisor Microsoft Corporation
  • Why Virtualize? Drive Increase Enable Costs Down IT Efficiency Business Agility Server Consolidation Rapid Provisioning Dynamic Datacenters & Desktops Energy & Space Reduction High Availability Accelerated Responsiveness Application Compatibility Business Continuity “Why is virtualization such a big deal? A lot of people understand, and they think it's about saving money, it's about saving power, it's about green IT, it's about space, and that's certainly true. But in our perspective, it's much, much bigger than that, and people are just now beginning to understand that. We think that there's a major transformation taking place in IT. This major transformation that's been taking place for years is starting to accelerate, and we believe that virtualization is a major enabler and catalyst of that transition that's taking place.” - Tom Bittman, Gartner VP and Chief of Research of Infrastructure and Operations, at Microsoft’s Virtualization Launch Event
  • Microsoft Virtualization Strategy It’s the Platform Data center to End-to-End Best you know desktop Management TCO/ROI Part of Windows Full range of Physical and Virtual Approx 1/3 the price Server 2008 products & solutions & Cross-hypervisor of VMware Use Existing Tools & Large partner eco- Interoperability Skills Management Lower ongoing costs system
  • Microsoft Virtualization Products From the Datacenter to the Desktop “Having one vendor for the hypervisor, operating system, and much of our application software was very appealing to us from a support and cost perspective.” Bert Van Pottelberghe, Sales Director, Hostbasket Document redirection Offline files
  • What's new in Microsoft Virtualization • IDC Virtualization Tracker says Microsoft now has 23% of virtualization market! • Over 400 servers certified for Hyper-V by over 40 OEMs Momentum • Over 1M customers have downloaded RTM of WS2008 • Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V R2 RC is available now • Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 RC is also available for download Product • System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 RC is available now Updates • App-V 4.5 and Configuration Manager 2007 R2 also available • Announced our free Hypervisor, Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2, will include Live Migration and Cluster no cost • Agreement with Red Hat to support RH Linux on Hyper-V Recent News • Citrix announces Essentials for Hyper-V
  • Server Consolidation: The Fastest Way to Reduce Costs Challenges: Underutilized hardware Excessive power consumption Expensive space across datacenter and branch offices “We expect to consolidate an additional 75 servers using Hyper-V, which will lead to a cost savings of more than $325,000 annually. By the time we hit our fifth virtual machine, we’ve usually paid for the host. Long term, we will be able to reduce our total data center holdings by 75 percent—from nearly 400 servers Server to fewer than 100 servers.” Robert McShinsky Senior Systems Administrator, Utilization Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
  • Virtualized Workloads Microsoft fully supports our key server applications in a virtualized environment Microsoft has updated server workload licensing to enable virtualization mobility Management of the workloads is key, not just the virtual machine “Maxol runs Exchange Server 2007, SQL “We’ve seen first-hand that we can Server 2005, Terminal Services, and file and virtualize everything from file, print, and print servers as key workloads in its virtual web servers to database servers running environment. Going forward, nearly every SQL Server and Oracle, and actually have business application at Maxol will be a the virtual machine run *faster* than candidate for virtualization.” what it ran on our original physical box.” Maxol Case Study Janssen Jones, Indiana University
  • Hyper-V: Production Scalability Hyper-V Powering Microsoft Internet Properties TechNet: 100% Hyper-V http://technet.microsoft.com ~1 million hits a DAY MSDN: 100% Hyper-V http://msdn.microsoft.com ~3 million hits a DAY Microsoft.com: ~50% Hyper-V and growing http://www.microsoft.com >1 billion hits a month
  • Interoperability Interoperability agreements with Novell, Citrix (Xen), and Red Hat to support Linux on Hyper-V SVVP (Server Virtualization Validation Program) to certify non-Microsoft Hypervisors for Microsoft Support System Center Operations Manager supports monitoring of non-Windows, “DHMC runs both Windows Server 2008 and including Linux Windows Server 2003 as guest operating systems System Center Virtual Machine under Hyper-V, as well as Linux. To date, DHMC Manager manages VMware ESX has virtualized Web servers, sites on Microsoft servers Office SharePoint® Server 2007, reporting servers, medical applications, domain controllers, file and print servers, Citrix servers, and more.” Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Case Study
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V Overview of new features Live-migration of VMs between servers with no loss of service. Clustered Shared Volumes: Allows multiple VMs per LUN for clustered storage Hot add and remove VHD and pass-through disks to a running VM: Add storage without stopping VMs. Support for 32 logical processors on host computer
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V Overview of new features Live-migration of VMs between servers with no loss of service. Clustered Shared Volumes: Allows multiple VMs per LUN for clustered storage Hot add and remove VHD and pass-through disks to a running VM: Add storage without stopping VMs. Support for 32 logical processors on host computer
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V Overview of new features Live-migration of VMs between servers with no loss of service. Clustered Shared Volumes: Allows multiple VMs per LUN for clustered storage Hot add and remove VHD and pass-through disks to a running VM: Add storage without stopping VMs. Support for 32 logical processors on host computer
  • Managing Physical and Virtual Server Lifecycles Backup “A big selling point of System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 is that it’s a familiar toolset. Anyone who’s managing Windows servers is already familiar with this program.” Matt Lavallee, Director of Technology for MLS Property Information Network.
  • System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 Centralized, Heterogeneous Management Solution For The Virtual Data Center Optimize Physical and Virtual Resources Centralized virtual machine deployment and management for Hyper-V, Virtual Server, and VMware ESX servers Intelligent placement of Virtual Machines Comprehensive application and service-level monitoring with Operations Manager Integrated Performance and Resource Optimization (PRO) of VMs, Hosts, and Applications Complete Virtualization Management Fast and reliable P2V and V2V conversion Centralized library of infrastructure components Leverage and extend existing storage infrastructure Allow for delegated management and access of VMs Leverage Existing Skills and Knowledge Familiar interface, common foundation Fully scriptable using PowerShell
  • Performance & Resource Optimization (PRO) Workload and application aware resource optimization Extensible through the Operations Manager 2007 MP framework Create policies that VMM acts upon tips automatically or manually Minimize downtime and accelerating time to resolution. Enables partners to deliver value add to our mutual customers
  • System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 Today with SCVMM 2008 : Manage physical and virtual from one console Manage both Hyper-V and VMware ESX Manage both servers and desktops SCVMM 2008 R2 (RTM within 60 days of WS08R2): Support for new Windows Server 2008 R2 features Live migration Support for CFS (Clustered Shared Volumes and 3rd party solutions) Hot add/remove of VHDs, Pass-through disks Maintenance mode Evacuate VMs from host using Live migration VDI Plug-in that implements WCF interface for placing, start/stop VMs Enables TSV Session broker to integrate with VMM for managing VMs
  • Customer Cost Savings with Hyper-V and System Center Virtual Machine Manager Increased Server Utilization “The current average server utilization at the bank is approximately 20 percent, and the bank is deploying nearly 200 new servers per year. Using Hyper-V to deploy several applications on one physical server will allow the bank to reduce this number to just over 640 servers, resulting in a 36 percent decrease in the number of servers required. This will lower the hardware and data center costs for the servers, including space, power, and cooling, by 4.7 million kroner (U.S.$1 million).” Saxo Bank Case Study Accelerated Time to Production “Building a physical server took almost four hours before virtualization. Hyper-V has helped decrease this time to 20 minutes. The simplified management console in System Center Virtual Machine Manager reduces this time even more, so build time is down to 10 minutes. The value of the time savings associated with the server management improvements is estimated to be AU$1,055,000 (U.S.$999,985) per year. WorleyParsons Case Study Reduced Energy Costs “Our number one cost has been power in the data center. We currently spend about $11,000 a month, but with Hyper-V we expect to reduce it to $2,500.” Matt Woodings, Chief Technology Officer, HotSchedules
  • Unlimited Virtualization with Datacenter Virtual Sessions Per License Unlimited .. “By deploying Windows Server 2008 32 Datacenter, with its liberal virtual-machine licensing options, MLS PIN achieved savings of 16 $200,000 over other editions of the operating system.” 8 Matt Lavalee, Director of Technology MLS Property Information Network 4 1 Standard Enterprise Datacenter Includes host OS: YES YES YES Datacenter Edition makes licensing Windows Server for Virtual Machines easy. Simply license the processors. No need to count, track, or license the virtual machines.
  • Server Management Suite Enterprise Provides comprehensive management for physical and Windows Server and storage environments and includes: System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 System Center Operations Manager 2007 Enterprise Edition System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 Enterprise Edition System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Provides the rights to manage an unlimited number of operating system environments (“OSEs”) on a physical host server Provides end to end Server Lifecycle management, both Physical and Virtual
  • Microsoft Assessment And Planning (MAP) How it works Server Consolidation? Application Virtualization? Windows migration? Customer Network Assess customer’s environment and recommend the right technologies MAP Tool User (IT Pro/Partner) “Before physical-to-virtual (P2V) conversions Report Generation began, Costco IT staff used the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit to For Different Migration evaluate server loads. Using the toolkit, staff Scenarios members discovered that, in many cases, servers were running at only 5 percent utilization, making them good candidates for consolidation.” Microsoft.com/MAP Costco Wholesale Corp Case Study
  • Application Compatibility Challenges: • Application incompatibilities Application • Lengthy testing Virtualization App-to-app Solution: incompatibilities Eliminate application conflicts and testing by using desktop and application virtualization “It used to take us up to 4 hours to restore a damaged client computer. With Microsoft Application Virtualization, the same process Desktop & takes only a quarter of an hour. If you take into Presentation consideration that we used to have to carry Virtualization out manual interventions on almost 200 of our App-to-OS 650 PCs when updating, you can imagine how incompatibilities many man-hours we save on this process alone.” Claude Progin, Group Manager of Information Technology and Logistics for the City of Biel
  • Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization
  • Cloud + Virtualization
  • Software + Services
  • Emergence of the Dynamic Datacenter Management
  • Next Steps
  • Virtualization Resources Microsoft Virtualization Web: http://www.microsoft.com/virtualization Hyper-V http://www.microsoft.com/hyper-v System Center Virtual Machine Manager Web: http://www.microsoft.com/scvmm Microsoft Application Virtualization Web: http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/appv Terminal Services Web: www.microsoft.com/terminalserver Virtual PC 2007 Web: http://www.microsoft.com/virtualpc
  • Resources www.microsoft.com/teched www.microsoft.com/learning Sessions On-Demand & Community Microsoft Certification & Training Resources http://microsoft.com/technet http://microsoft.com/msdn Resources for IT Professionals Resources for Developers www.microsoft.com/learning Microsoft Certification and Training Resources
  • © 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.