FROM PHYSICAL TO VIRTUAL, by Veeam Virtualization Professional. Yuri Sobolev.

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FROM PHYSICAL TO VIRTUAL, by Veeam Virtualization Professional.
Yuri Sobolev, Technical Support Engineer, Tier 2, Veeam Software.

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  • На словах как все никак
  • More tech details on requirements.
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  • Reversed -1st on the market. Disk-to-disk backup mode
  • - Agentless backup- data flowCBTetc
  • Real life example – exchange restore.
  • Performance of respore, disk-to-disk benefitsSure backup featureReference to pixar movie
  • The best people drive the best technologies to help IT organizations all over the world. We are always looking for talented, creative and motivated people to join our team.(c)

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  • 1. FROM PHYSICAL TO VIRTUAL by
  • 2. Intro • Who am I? • Today’s goals: – Check technical English listening skills – Virtualization intro – Recruiting (secret goal from HR)
  • 3. FROM PHYSICAL TO VIRTUAL ≈ over 9000
  • 4. History of virtualization • MIT’s Project MAC – Batch processing – Time sharing – Multiple Access Computer July 1, 1963
  • 5. History of virtualization Virtual Machines. – CP-40/CP-67 • User interaction • Virtual Machines – CP/CMS • Control Program • Console Monitor System IBM mainframe -System/360
  • 6. History of virtualization Another way. • A multi-user computer: – MultiCS – Multi-user operating systems
  • 7. History of virtualization Software PC emulator SoftPC from Insignia Solutions. • 1987 - 1st of a kind: – DOS apps on Unix • 1989 – keep growing: – DOS Win apps on Mac • 1997 – competitors… SoftPC in 1992
  • 8. History of virtualization Followers of SoftPC: • Apple Virtual PC • VMWare workstation • Citrix - Xen • Microsoft Virtual PC Vmware Workstation running on MS Windows XP emulate MS Windows NT.
  • 9. Current state • Hypervisor - a piece of computer software, firmware or hardware that creates and runs virtual machines. Type 1 • Vmware ESXi Type 2 • MS Virtual PC • Vmware WorkStation • Virtual Box Type 0 • MS Hyper-V • Citrix XenServer
  • 10. Current state VM - is a software implementation of a machine (i.e. computer) that executes programs like a physical machine.
  • 11. Who is who • VMware ESXi • Microsoft Hyper-V • XenServer
  • 12. Who is who VMware ESXi • Hypervisor type 1 • VM as a bunch of files – .vmx – .vmdk • VM as a process
  • 13. Who is who VMware VM Snapshot
  • 14. Who is who VMware vCenter: - Mangement - vMotion - HA - FT
  • 15. Who is who VMware ESXi • Pros – ease of management – user/admin friendly – Scalability – Stability – long history • Cons – Costs – Obsolete limitations
  • 16. Who is who Simple, isn’t it?
  • 17. Who is who
  • 18. Who is who
  • 19. Who is who • Microsoft Hyper-V • Pros – low prices – most Enterprise level features are free – support modern requirements for hardware • Cons – part of hypervisor - Windows OS – CSV – some daily basics require lot's of PowerShell scripting
  • 20. Who is who Where is Xen?
  • 21. Disasters and recovery Possible issues and threats – Hardware issues – hypervisor issues – management issues – Guest OS issue
  • 22. Disasters and recovery Pixar studio stories - The movie vanishes
  • 23. Disasters and recovery What to do – benefits being virtual. VM is a bunch of files. We can: • copy VM files and use them to recreate VM • collect changes and save them • Copy only useful files (ex. user data)
  • 24. Disasters and recovery VM Backup requirements: • • • • Do not affect production Fast Reliable Easy to restore
  • 25. One of backup solutions has an ability to help us…
  • 26. Disasters and recovery Backup types: Bad backup
  • 27. Disasters and recovery Backup workflow
  • 28. Disasters and recovery Restore from backup – File level restore: recover an individual file from Guest file system – VM restore: restore VM files and register them as VM
  • 29. Disasters and recovery Restore from backup – Instant Recovery Why should we restore VM if we can start it directly from backup?
  • 30. What to next? Clouds Use cases: – – – – – Data analisys Hardware independent High available apps Gaming apps Web and Mobile apps Today’s implementations: • Vmware vCloud Director • Commercial clouds: Google, Amazon, HP
  • 31. Success stories
  • 32. Veeam in Figures 175 countries of presence 1200+ employees worldwide 80,000+ companies use our products 200,000 downloads of B&R Free Edition 4,000,000+ protected virtual machines
  • 33. Veeam Tech Support
  • 34. Q&A • History of virtualization How MIT’s Project MAC (Multiple Access Computer) became VMware VDI • Current state Hypervisor as is. Description of basics, workflows. • Who is who Realities of modern virtualized world. Biggest players and solutions, major differences between VMware and Hyper-V hypervisors. • Disasters and recovery Downside of virtualization. Issues with VMs and ways to survive them. • What to next? What should we expect from virtualization in nearest future?
  • 35. Veeam contacts Career site: https://veeam.com http://careers.veeam.com/ VK group: https://vk.com/veeam_team My contacts: yrrisobol yury.sobolev@veeam.com