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  • 1. The Sun Eco-Optimized SAP Data Center Sun Virtualization for SAP Dr. Christoph Brune Global Technical Account Manager for SAP Christoph.Brune@Sun.COM Sherry Yu ISV Engineering for SAP Sherry.Yu@Sun.com Sun Microsystems 1
  • 2. Agenda Market Trends and Challenges Overview of Virtualization on Sun Virtualization Technology Different Levels of Virtualization Solaris Containers Virtualization Management N1AA SAP Adaptive Computing xVM Ops Center Roadmap of Sun Virtualization for SAP 2
  • 3. 3
  • 4. Global Business Challenges 4
  • 5. Key Benefits of Virtualization If you want to make money, you need to get all the resources behind the 5
  • 6. Virtualizing the Desktop — Sun™ Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Software Your Desktop Anywhere My desktop My desktop My Desktop on a My desktop My desktop on a PC on a MAC Sun Ray™ client on a laptop on a phone As you move between devices, your desktop follows you 6
  • 7. Thin Clients are Green Clients Replace PCs with Sun Ray Thin Clients to Slash Energy Costs 150 watts 24% 23% 55% 36% decrease Less vs. power less less in CO2 noise 4 watts reduction electronics plastic emissions 7
  • 8. Server Virtualization with different layers Multiple OS Single OS Hard Partitions Virtual Machines OS Virtualization Resource Mgmt. App Database Identity File Web Mail Calendar Database Web SunRay Database App App Server Server Server Server Server Server Server Server Server OS Server Very High RAS Ability to live migrate an Very scalable and low Very scalable and low OS overhead overhead Very Scalable Ability to run different OS Single OS to manage Single OS to manage Mature Technology versions and types Cleanly divides system Fine grained resource Ability to run different OS De-couples OS and HW and application management versions versions administration Fine grained resource management Isolation Flexibility 8
  • 9. Virtualization technologies on Sun platforms Multiple OS Single OS Hard Partitions Virtual Machines OS Virtualization Resource Mgmt. App Database Identity Server Server File Server Web Server Mail Server Calendar Database Web Server Server SunRay Database App Server Server App OS Server Dynamic System Domains Logical Domains Solaris Containers Solaris ResourceManager Xen Solaris Trusted Extensions VMware Microsoft Virtual Server Solaris Containers for Solaris 8 and Solaris 9 All available on Sun 9
  • 10. Virtualization technologies on Sun platforms full SW-Stack Virtual Machines OS Virtualization minimal overhead tied to application (CPU & memory) (OS, MW, Application) File Web Mail Calendar Database Web Server Server Server Server Server implementation using just 1:1 mapping of Solaris features is possible existing system (additional tools are not a must) landscape possible small administration overhead only minor changes tight integration into to operational Sun Cluster procedures (monitoring & SW clear separation of roles (platform lifecycle-mgmt / patching) vs. application mgmt.) Live Migration conceptually possible Only one patch level for kernel significant overhead (CPU, Memory, Network) conceptually 'Live-migration' is not possible highest administration efforts A few applications can not be run within zones (guests AND hypervisor require maintenance) (for SAP software this is not really an issue) high license- and maintenance-cost (virtualization-SW & guest OS) Different virtualization technologies on different layers do make sense ! They address different requirements. 10
  • 11. OS Virtualization OS Virtualization Solaris Containers deliver orders of magnitude more flexibility — Up to 8000 containers per OS Calendar Server Database Web Server Containers plus ZFSTM file system provide greater agility and faster adoption of SAP solutions Support on SPARC ®, UltraSPARC, and x64 systems (see saponsolaris.com) Low to no overhead — benchmark at less than 2% Containers are free! 11
  • 12. Don't Give Up Performance SAP SD measurement on Solaris Containers 2-tier SAP SD Benchmark 1 Benchmark on T2000 yields 4780 SAPS 4 Benchmarks on T2000 with 4 containers 1170 SAPS 1180 SAPS 1180 SAPS 1170 SAPS Date of Certification SAPS Certification Number Total: 4700 SAPS 05/29/06 05/29/06 1170 1180 2006029 2006030 Performance 98.3% 05/29/06 05/29/06 1180 1170 2006031 2006032 12/06/05 4780 2005047 12
  • 13. Solaris 8/9 Containers on Solaris 10 S8MA Physical to Virtual (P2V) Database Database Application Application Application Solaris 8 Container Solaris 8 Solaris 10 OS Global BrandZ ZFS FMA DTrace Solaris 10 Kernel Server T5x20/T5x40 Mx000 13
  • 14. Solaris 8 and Solaris 9 Containers S10 Adoption Database Database Application Application Application Solaris 8 Solaris 10 Container Container Solaris 10 Solaris 10 Container OS Global BrandZ ZFS FMA DTrace Solaris 10 Kernel Server T5x20/T5x40 Mx000 14
  • 15. Adoption Typical Scenario S10 S10 Part of a Solaris 10 Adoption plan S8 S10 S10 Consolidate many servers into S8 S10 S10 many Containers on a few systems S8 S8 S10 Most applications move into Solaris 10 Containers S8 S10 S10 A small number of applications S8 S10 S10 which must run in Solaris 8/9 environments get their own S9 S9 S10 Solaris 8/9 Containers S8 S8 S10 S10 S10 15
  • 16. Solaris 8 and Solaris 9 Containers Key foundations for S8C, S9C Solaris Binary Compatibility Guarantee Solaris Containers BrandZ Technology Whole-root Zone Integrated with, leverages other Solaris features DTrace ZFS Predictive Self-Healing (FMA) 16
  • 17. Third Architectural Decision Mixing Jack and Coke? - Good Mixing production and non-production? - Not good No mixing of production and non-production environments 17
  • 18. Guidelines for Virtualization • Start first with Development and Training systems > NOW! • Choose the right virtualization technology for your landscape • Check the support plan(s) > Not all applications support virtualization > More complex service contracts Hardware – Virtualization Software – Operating System • You need virtualization management 18
  • 19. Agenda Market Trends and Challenges Overview of Virtualization on Sun Virtualization Technology Different Levels of Virtualization Solaris Containers Virtualization Management N1AA SAP Adaptive Computing xVM Ops Center Roadmap of Sun Virtualization for SAP 19
  • 20. N1 Advanced Architecture for SAP Virtualized resources Resource pooling Hardware and software provisioning Centralized management Workflow-driven user interface 20
  • 21. New Solaris 10 (Sparc and x64 ) Container support for Adaptive Computing Prerequisite SAP SAP SAP SAP Use IP Instances in Non-Global Exclusive-IP Container Application Application Application Application Available in Solaris 10 8/07 and SAP Adaptive Computing later Work with NICs that are Solaris Solaris Solaris Solaris supported by the Generic Container Container Container Container LAN Driver version 3 Solaris Solaris (GLDv3) New Solaris New Solaris List of supported NIC's can be found on http://www.opensolaris.org/o Computing Network Storage s/project/crossbow/faq/#ipin st_which_nic OpenStorage / NAS device as shared storage 21
  • 22. Sun xVM Portfolio Open Virtualization for Desktop to Datacenter xVM VirtualBox xVM Hypervisor Open Developer Enterprise-Class Virtualization Hypervisor Platform xVM OpsCenter VDI Manage Only VDI with Choice: Heterogeneous Windows, Solaris Datacenters and Linux Delivered Securely 22
  • 23. Comprehensive Systems Management End-to-End Automation Security Systems of Data and Management Center Compliance • Integrated physical • Increase productivity • Create profiles and virtual system • Baremetal discovery for the enterprise management and provisioning • Confidence with • Life cycle • Keep environments compliance management up to date reporting • Heterogenous system management 23
  • 24. Sun xVM Ops Center Key Features DISCOVERY UPDATING • Inventory • Linux and Solaris • Baremetal discovery • Baseline reporting • VM auto discovery • Machine mirror • Advanced • KGM permission model • Patch an OS within a • Team sharing Automation VM, Zone, LDom • Active dependency rules • Job scheduling • Job simulation • Firmware • Rollback and recovery • Hardware and OS • Windows(VM), Linux • Resource optimization and Solaris • Reporting • Golden images • Audit log • Provision xVM Server and VM • Historical monitoring PROVISIONING MANAGEMENT 24
  • 25. Easy to Use 25
  • 26. Sun and SAP — Virtualization Past and Future Network Virtualization SAP supports SAP certifies SAP certifies Co-found (Crossbow) Dynamic Sun StorageTek™ Sun™ Secure Enterprise with Domains on storage for Global Virtualization Adaptive Computing SPARC™ servers SAP Adaptive Desktop Community Solaris Container Computing software Support for Adaptive Computing 1999 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 xVM Ops Solaris LDom Center Co-found Sun N1™ Advanced Support Support for Adaptive support for Architecture Adaptive Adaptive Computing Computing for SAP Solutions Computing Co-found Council Green IT Community 26
  • 27. Next Steps sun.com/sap/virtualization Sun Solution Centers Sun partners Schedule a virtualization assessment 27
  • 28. Sun Virtualization for SAP Dr. Christoph Brune Global Technical Account Manager for SAP Christoph.Brune@Sun.COM Sherry Yu ISV Engineering for SAP Sherry.Yu@Sun.com Sun Microsystems 28