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    • VMware Operation Management © 2009 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
    • Agenda §  The Virtualization ‘Journey’ •  Changing nature of the virtualization landscape §  Ops Management 101 •  Infrastructure team vs. Operations team •  Ownership and stakeholders §  VMware Operations Manager •  Features and Benefits •  Editions and Packages2
    • Virtualization – Transforming IT % Virtualized (of all installed workloads WW) 69% 65% 59% 51% 42% 33% 22% 14% 9% 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 A New Datacenter ArchitectureSource: IDC Worldwide Virtualization Tracker, 2010 3
    • Virtualization – Transforming IT 17,500,000 Physical machines Virtual machines 15,000,000 12,500,000 10,000,000 7,500,000 5,000,000 2,500,000 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013Source: IDC 4
    • vSphere 5.0 – Scaling Virtual Machines Overview §  Create virtual machines with up to: §  32 vCPU §  1 TB of RAM Benefits §  4x size of previous vSphere versions 4x §  Run even the largest applications in vSphere, including very large databases §  Virtualize even more applications than ever before (Tier 1 and 2) Copyright © 2011 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by U.S. and international copyright and intellectual property laws. VMware5 products are covered by one or more patents listed at http://www.vmware.com/go/patents. VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies.
    • How Powerful is a VM Today? •  The Movie Jurassic Park’s computer graphics was created on 15 Silicon Graphics Indigo machines •  A vSphere 5.0 VM’s 1 TB vRAM limit is 207 times the total RAM on those 15 machines!!!6
    • Massive Databases...One massive databasewith 2 billion transactionper day…. 2 Billion Trades Per Day ….fits in a single 32-vCPU, 1 TB VM 7
    • Bigger Than The Biggest Exchange Configuration Single Exchange 2010 role on a serverMicrosoft recommended maximum =12 cores Single VM = 32 vCPU Multiple Exchange 2010 roles on a server Microsoft recommended maximum =24 cores 8
    • The Trend Is Clear… % of workload instances running on VMware in customer base 67% 54% 47% 53% 42% 43% 34% 28% 28% 38% 25% 25% 18% MS MS MS Oracle Oracle SAP Exchange SharePoint SQL Middleware DB Source: VMware customer survey, Jan 2010 and April 2011 interim results, Data: Total number of instances of that workload deployed in your organization and the percentage of those instances that are virtualized9
    • The “Journey” to production virtulization Cost Efficiency Quality of Service Business Agility Phase IT Production Business Production IT as a Service Business CAPEX CAPEX CAPEX Value OPEX OPEX OPEX Availability Availability Responsiveness Responsiveness Compliance Key • Shared resource pools • Zero-touch infrastructure • Service definition Capabilities • Elastic capacity • Increased control and • Self-service service assurance • Chargeback Business-Value Approach Copyright © 2011 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by U.S. and international copyright and intellectual property laws. VMware10 products are covered by one or more patents listed at http://www.vmware.com/go/patents. VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware, Inc in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies.
    • Management Challenges  From    an  infrastructure  and  opera1ons  perspec1ve,  which  of  the  following  would  you  consider  to  be  significant  management  challenges   related  to  your  organiza1on’s  usage  of  server  virtualiza1on?     Difficulty  in  isolaBng  root  cause  across  a  virtualized  data  center   34%  Capacity  monitoring  and  planning  required  to  support  current  and  future  virtual  server  environment   32%   It  has  increased  the  need  for  collaboraBon  between  different  infrastructure  groups   27%   Difficulty  in  idenBfying  performance  issues  across  a  virtualized  data  center   26%   OrganizaBonal  complexity   24%   Need  for  increased  training  for  IT  staff   24%   Lack  of  virtualizaBon  skills  within  our  IT  organizaBon   23%   IdenBfying  dormant  virtual  machines   22%   Ensuring  proper  business  conBnuity  and  disaster  recovery  processes   21%   Difficulty  monitoring  and  meeBng  SLAs  for  criBcal  applicaBons/services  running  on  virtual  machines   21%   Difficulty  implemenBng  security  policies  across  our  virtual  environment   18%   Need  different  management  tools  for  physical  and  virtual  environments     18%   Poor  visibility  of  tracking  virtual  machines  and  supporBng  physical  infrastructure   17%   Asset  ownership  confusion   16%   Mapping  virtualizaBon  technologies  into  IT  governance  frameworks   16%   Ensuring  compliance  with  company,  industry,  and/or  government  regulaBons   16%   Difficulty  implemenBng  IT  chargeback  due  to  changing  virtualized  infrastructure   15%   ImplemenBng  backup  and  recovery  of  virtual  machines  and  associated  data   14%   Ensuring  compliance  with  virtual  server  environment  best  pracBces   13%   © 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group We  have  not  encountered  any  challenges     3%   0%   5%   10%   15%   20%   25%   30%   35%   40%   11 11
    • The Role of Operations Management Ensure and Restore Optimize for Service Levels Efficiency and Cost Monitor Plan Slow performance Utilization / forecast ! Problem Maintenance Remediate Isolate Automate Optimize Rollback change Config issue Orchestrate changes Reclaim capacity Reactive Proactive12
    • Generic Ops Management Questions §  Does your organisation have Operations Management? •  The ‘single pane of glass’ •  Infrastructure management vs Operations management? •  Service level management? •  Who owns this? •  How proactive is it? •  How well do you do it?13
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    • VMware vCenter Ops Management Questions §  What is your VMware vSphere footprint? •  How many VMs do you have? •  What % of applications have you virtualized? •  What type of applications have you virtualized? •  Do you manage your VMs? •  Has your virtualization effort stalled at 35%-50%? •  If I could show you a way of enabling further virtualization...15
    • Virtualization Requires a New Approach Virtualized infrastructureTraditional IT Management Management Services and Service assets tied components are together in abstracted and complex, brittle, sourced from vertical stacks dynamic that are hard resource pools to change and with horizontal manage layers loosely bound into services Business agility IT able to keep up with suffers speed of the business16
    • Management Challenges in the Virtual World LOB A LOB B LOB C •  Shared Infrastructure •  Shared across multiple lines of business /customers •  “Invisible walls” – limits and contention •  Ongoing workload deploymentNew •  VMs added daily, weekly, monthlyDelivery •  Capacity is fluid- Objects continuously move aroundModel •  Workloads decoupled from physical resources VDC 1: Gold VDC 2: Silver VDC 3: Bronze •  Deployed on logical entities (clusters, datastores, etc) •  Dynamically scheduled between physical resources within a cluster •  End users want more applications and services •  Higher QoS – applications expected to be available,Greater anywhere, anytime with little or no downtimeDemands •  More VMs, more interdependencies and greater rate of change 17
    • Companies are increasingly virtualizing Bus. Critical Apps Improve App Improve App Accelerate Quality of Efficiency App Lifecycle Service  The Niche Apps (LOB apps, Tier 2 DB, etc.) >60% Virtualized  SAP  Custom Java Apps  SharePoint  Exchange  SQL  Oracle 30% Virtualized  The Easy Apps (infrastructure, file, print) vSphere vSphere vSphere18
    • What is Your Operations Management Challenge? Change Capacity& Configuration Performance The don’t really havegets We VI team always In the past we’ve We’ve spentown the We used to achanges Configuration fortune blamed for performance just over-provisioned good visibility with on monitoring tools. servers #1 reason for are our running our problems – but 90% – as that was and safest our servers the VMs Why are our end users apps. Now We don’t downtime. we need that’s notknow what we don’t true way to CYA. But now still the first apps can know if the to know better visibility into management is asking patches have been about performance get the changing in what’s resources they Toousage reports before for many fire-drills applied or when problems and why do needinfrastructure both to run well andcan buy more we unproductive they applications to and take so long conference calls infrastructure solve? Infrastructure Team Operations Team Infrastructure & Operations Management converge in the Cloud VMware can help resolve these issues19
    • Summary of Features and Enhancements vCenter Operations Management Suite •  Operations Dashboard for Health, Efficiency, Risk •  Smart Alerting of Performance and Capacity Issues •  In-guest change events correlated with performance and health •  Compliance Management for vSphere Hosts •  Cost-based Capacity Optimization with vCenter Chargeback Manager •  Application-dependency mapping with vCenter Infrastructure Navigator20
    • Business Benefits delivered by vCenter Operations Comprehensive Intelligent Proactive Visibility Automation Management vCenter Operations Management Suite •  Higher QoS •  Faster MTTR •  Fewer Incidents •  Improved Collaboration •  Tool Consolidation •  Resource Utilization •  Compliance •  … “Notified the storage team “We’ll be able to reduce “Troubleshooting time before they were even our monitoring tools from reduced by 50%” aware of an issue.” over 300 to about 30.” TUI Infotec Maximus Kaiser Permanente21
    • That’s great… but all other vendors say the same thing! Patented Algorithms •  Stats based upon dynamic (not static) thresholds •  Self learning useage patterns •  Correlation between inter-dependent VMs22
    • vCenter Operations Solution- Bringing together 3 Disciplines Patented Performance Analytics •  Self-learning of “normal” performance conditions •  Service health baseline and trending •  Smart alerts of impending performance degradation Purpose Built Capacity Planning & Analysis •  Integrated capacity analysis and forecasting •  Decision support & automation via views, alerts, reports •  VM right sizing and capacity reclamation Automated Configuration & Compliance •  Automated Patching and Provisioning •  Comprehensive change tracking to isolate root cause •  Single-click rollback to remediate and return to normal23
    • vCenter Operations Manager Dashboard Overview §  Comprehensive dashboard for cloud operations with health, risk and efficiency scores §  Single tool to manage performance and capacity across multiple vCenter servers Benefits §  End-to-end visibility into cloud infrastructure health §  Proactive incident avoidance §  Optimize for efficiency and cost24
    • Summary: vCenter Operations Management SuiteVMware’s Solution for Automated Operations ManagementHEALTH• Report immediate problems• Alarms and alerts on current estateRISK• The potental to run into future problemsEFFICIENCY• Opportuities to optimise vCenter Operations Management Suite• INCREASE VM DENSITY• Forecast business needs25
    • Questions to Consider§  How many physical/virtual servers are in your organization?§  What tools do you currently use for monitoring your Virtual infrastructure?§  Even though you have monitoring tools in place, do you still hear from end users first about application slowdowns and performance problems?§  Does solving performance problems require “all hands on deck” bridge calls?§  Do you need to right-size your virtual environment to optimize usage and avoid additional purchasing cost?§  Do you have plans to oversubscribe while assuring performance is not impacted?§  Do you need to check compliance (regulatory and/or best practices) of your VI?§  Do you require Application Dependencies awareness between VM’s in your VI?26
    • VMware vCenter Operations – Benefits recap§  Clear and quick way to identify VMware performance problems§  Easy to use for VMware Administrators •  Deeply integrated as a vCenter pane •  Intuitive screens guide users to issues needing attention •  Automatically collects data from vCenter •  Time-series performance data, topological relationships and configuration change events§  VMware vCenter Operations Standard business benefits •  Increased performance for end users of business applications and services •  Reduced infrastructure costs through increased VM to ESX density •  Reduced VM administration costs and optimized VMware admin productivity27
    • vCenter Operations Management Suite Packaging – NEW Automated Operations Management Small and Mid-size Enterprise Standard Advanced Enterprise Enterprise Edition Edition Edition Plus EditionvCenter Operations Manager 1 2 2 2vCenter Configuration Manager 3 4vCenter Infrastructure NavigatorvCenter Chargeback Manager 1: Performance only 2: Performance and Full capacity Management Extensible to Adapters for 3rd 3: Compliance for vSphere hosts ONLY 3rd party party tools 4: Compliance for vSphere hosts and VM “Guest OS” data sources included. 28 * EMEA USD MSRP (Check EMEA price lists for local currencies)