Windows 8 Hyper-V: Availability


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  • Windows 8 Hyper-V: Availability

    1. 1. • Statements about capabilities or benefits are subject to change• Packaging and licensing have not yet been determined• Any concepts shown are for illustration purposes onlyDisclaimer:This presentation contains preliminary information that may be changed substantially prior to final commercial release of the software described herein.The information contained in this presentation represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation on the issues discussed as of the date of the presentation. Because Microsoftmust respond to changing market conditions, it should not interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of the informationpresented after the date of the presentation. This presentation is for informational purposes only.MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED, IMPLIED ,OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.Microsoft may have patents, patent applications, trademarks, copyrights or other intellectual property rights , covering subject matter in this presentation. Except as expresslyprovided in any written license agreement from Microsoft, the furnishing of this information does not give you any license to these patents , trademarks, copyrights or otherintellectual property rights.
    2. 2. MISSION CRITICAL WORKLOADS Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    4. 4. Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    5. 5. High Medium Low
    6. 6. • VM Health Monitoring detection inside virtual machine• Clustering in the host identifies app failures and takes recovery action 1. Host level HA recovery • Failover Clustering fails over VM to another node 2. Guest level HA recovery APP • Failover Clustering Reboots VM 3. Application level recovery • Service Control Manager (SCM) or event triggered• Generic health monitoring for any application – Monitor services through Service Control Manager – Generation of specific Event ID’s • ISV opportunity to leverage GuestSetCriticalState() with to integrate 3rd party application monitoring solutions in the VM
    7. 7. Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    8. 8. Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    9. 9. According to Gartner about 1/3 companies use outside companies to dispose of PCs & Servers
    10. 10. ENCRYPTED CLUSTER VOLUMES Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    11. 11. Hyper-V Replica Affordable Simple to configure Works with your current hardware Comes in the box in Windows 8 Single wizard setup All you need is two connected servers No Guest dependencies Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    12. 12. Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    13. 13. Demo
    14. 14. DISASTER RECOVERY FOR EVERYONE Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    15. 15. VM1 Root Partition VM2 VM NIC Host NIC VM NIC • Yes! NIC Teaming is supported with the Extensible Switch Hyper-V Extensible Switch Extension Protocol Capture Extensions WFP Extensions Filtering Extensions Forwarding Extensions Extension Miniport Team NICPhysical NIC Physical NIC Physical NIC Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    16. 16. Configuration VM Host 1 Host 2Extensible Switch Extensible SwitchExtension Protocol Extension Protocol Runtime State Extension A Extension AExtension Miniport Extension Miniport Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    17. 17. Turn On IOV Live Migration Post Migration• Enable IOV (VM NIC Property) • Switch back to Software path • Reassign Virtual Function• Virtual Function is “Assigned” • Remove VF from VM • Assuming resources are available• “NIC” automatically created • Migrate as normal• Traffic flows through VF • Software path is not used Virtual Machine Network Stack “NIC” “NIC” Software NIC VM has connectivity even if • Switch not in IOV mode Software Switch Software Switch • IOV physical NIC not present (IOV Mode) (IOV Mode) • Different NIC vendor Virtual Function Virtual Function • Different NIC firmware Physical NIC Physical NIC SR-IOV SR-IOV Physical NIC Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    18. 18. Fibre Channel from the guest• Guest Clustering • Cluster service runs inside a VM Cluster • Apps and services inside the VM are managed by the cluster • Apps move between clustered VMs Fiber Channel • Historically required iSCSI shared storage• New virtual “Fiber Channel Adapter” • Up to four virtual HBAs assigned to each guest • WWNs assigned to each virtual HBA
    19. 19. DSM Guest MPIO DSM Host MPIOSTORAGE
    20. 20. Demo
    21. 21. ARCHITECTURE Cluster Node 1 Node 2 Green = Storage Blue = Networking Shared Storage: SAS, iSCSI, FC or SMB
    22. 22. ARCHITECTURE Host 1 Host 2 SMB File Server Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    23. 23. ARCHITECTURE Storage 1 Storage 2 Hyper-V Server Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    24. 24. 1. Reads and writes go to VHD on Source device Hyper-V Server 2. VHD is copied from Source to Destination Virtual Machine device 3. After copying, mirror writes to Source and Destination VHD Stack1 4. After Source and Destination storage are 3 synchronized, transfer 2 access to the VHD to the Destination device 5. VHD from Source device VHD 5 VHD 4 is deletedSource Device Destination Device
    25. 25. Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    26. 26. ARCHITECTURE Host 1 Host 2 Blue = Networking No Shared Storage Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    27. 27. Demo
    28. 28. MOBILITY WITHOUT LIMITS Windows Server 8 Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Developer Preview Yes, with no limits. As No, Quick Migration one atLive Migration Yes, one at a time many as hardware will a time allowLive Migration Storage SAN required SAN required Any Storage SolutionRequirementsLive Migration Shared iSCSI, Fiber Channel, SAS iSCSI, Fiber Channel or SAS iSCSI, Fiber Channel or SASStorage or SMB Yes, with no limits. As No. Quick Storage Migration No. Quick Storage MigrationLive Storage Migration many as hardware will via SCVMM via SCVMM allowLive Migration Between No No YesClusters Windows Server 8 – Developer Preview
    29. 29. • Hyper-V Replica for Asynchronous Replication Disaster Recovery • Integration with Storage Arrays for Synchronous Replication • Non-Cluster Aware Apps: Application Health detectionApplication/Service Failover • VM Guest Cluster: iSCSI, Fiber Channel, FCoE • VM Guest Teaming of SR-IOV NICs • Network Load Balancing & Failover via Windows NIC Teaming I/O Redundancy • Storage Multi-Path IO (MPIO) • Multi-Channel SMB • Live Migration for Planned DowntimeNode Redundancy • Failover Cluster for Unplanned Downtime Hardware Fault • Windows Hardware Error Architecture (WHEA)/RAS