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Solaris 10 virtualization presentation

  1. 1. VIRTUALIZATIONBUILT IN...SOLARIS: THEFOUNDATION FOR THEDYNAMIC DATACENTER 1
  2. 2. State of Infrastructure TodayOperating Cost Power and Cooling Space Crunch Server Sprawl• $8 in maintenance • 50¢ for every $1 • DC space costs • 41m physical for every $1 spent on spent on servers 10’s of millions servers by 2010 – new infrastructure • $29 bn in power and to build 700% increase in cooling industry wide 15 years• 20-30:1 Server-to- • Limits on facilities admin ratio upgrades in • Ave UT < 10% = existing sites $140 bn in excess server capacity – a 3 year supplySource: IDC 2
  3. 3. Global IT Challenges Economics Business Continuity Business and Ecology and Resilience Agility • Under-utilized • Disaster recovery • Ability to deploy systems limit planning is non- new services is business growth negotiable critical to remain competitive • Energy costs • Downtime is drain the bottom not an option • IT resources line must be easier • Remote to allocate • Sprawling IT management infrastructure is hard to manage 3
  4. 4. Today’s Distributed Datacenters Space Issues Cooling Concerns Hard to Manage Security Challenges 4
  5. 5. The Power of Virtualization Server Reduced Increased Consolidation Space and Mobility Hardware Power Utilization 5
  6. 6. Virtualization Challenges • Increased management complexity > Still need to manage hardware and OS • Virtualization density requires performance and management skills • Management solutions are custom-constructed by the customer using multiple tools • Performance overhead can limit possible cost savings • New security challenges • Proprietary solutionsGetty images:200315535-001.jpg 6
  7. 7. Sun Virtualization History “I think their strategy is right on the money”— Chris Wolf, Burton GroupDeployment ofOpen Source Software Open Networking VirtualBox Xen VDI Open Storage Logical Domains Sun Ray Solaris Containers NFS Dynamic System Domains Time 7
  8. 8. Desktop to Datacenter VirtualizationUnifying Virtualization and Management Across the Infrastructure Datacenter Management – Sun xVM Ops Center SERVER DESKTOP STORAGE NETWORK VIRTUALIZATION VIRTUALIZATION VIRTUALIZATION VIRTUALIZATION Solaris Containers Sun Virtual Desktop Open Storage Open Networking Sun xVM Hypervisor Infrastructure Logical Domains Sun VirtualBox Dynamic Domains 8
  9. 9. ServerVirtualization 9
  10. 10. What is Important? Understand the Application – One Size Management of These Does Not Fit All Environments is Key IDENTITY MANAGEMENT FUSION 10
  11. 11. Understanding Your Application Application xVM Ops Center IDENTITY MANAGEMENT FUSION X-Series T-Series M-Series Solaris Containers Solaris Containers OS Solaris Containers Solaris 8/9 Containers Solaris 8/9 Containers Virtualization xVM Htpervisor Hypervisors/ VirtualBox Logical Domains Dynamic Domains Domains VMware ESX Hyper-V 11
  12. 12. Server Virtualization from Sun Today xVM Ops Center Hard Partitions SPARC Hypervisors x86 Hypervisors Solaris Containers Identity File Mail Server Server Server Multiple OSes Single OS M – Series T – Series X – Series All Sun Systems Dynamic Domains Logical Domains xVM HYpervisor Solaris Containers VirtualBox (Zones + SRM)‫‏‬ Solaris Trusted Extensions VMware ESX Solaris 8 and 9 Containers Microsoft Hyper-V Solaris Containers for Linux Applications 12
  13. 13. Different Usage Scenarios • Eco consolidation – Retire legacy systems • Consolidate many small applications on different OSes • Adapt application resources/location to business changes • Protect Web facing applications • Consolidate vertically scaling applications – databases 13
  14. 14. Eco Consolidation with Solaris xVM Ops Center Solaris 8 Solaris 9 Container Container Solaris 8 Solaris 9 Solaris 10• Virtualization allows the move to newer more efficient systems > SPARC: Solaris 8 and 9 Containers• Lower the power/cooling/space/support cost on running these applications 14
  15. 15. Eco Consolidation with Solaris Solaris 8 4 Solaris 8 on 4 V880s Containers on Total Savings T2000 with Solaris 10 Before After Total• 32 CPUs • 1 CPU with 32 threads• 136 Rack Units • 2 Rack Units 98% space savings• 8800 Watts • 275 Watts 97% less power• 28,872 BTUs • 1,535 BTUs 94% less BTUs• OS support cost: • OS support cost: 83% lower annual $21,600 for Solaris 8 $3,780 for Solaris 10 with support cost Solaris 8 Containers 15
  16. 16. Eco Consolidation with Solaris Solaris 8 6 Solaris 8 on 6 V880s Containers on Total Savings T5240 with Solaris 10 Before After Total• 48 CPUs • 2 CPUs (128 threads)• 204 Rack Units • 2 Rack Units 99% space savings• 13,200 Watts • 1,100 Watts 92% less power• 43,308 BTUs • 3,608 BTUs 92% less BTUs• OS support cost: • OS support cost: 88% lower annual $32,400 for Solaris 8 $3,780 for Solaris 10 with support cost Solaris 8 Containers 16
  17. 17. Eco Consolidation with Solaris Solaris 8 6 Solaris 8 on 6 V880s Containers on 2 Total Savings T5220s with Solaris 10 Before After Total• 48 CPUs • 2 CPUs (128 threads)• 204 Rack Units • 4 Rack Units 98% space savings• 13,200 Watts • 2,200 Watts 83% less power• 43,308 BTUs • 7,216 BTUs 83% less BTUs• OS support cost: • OS support cost: 77% lower annual $32,400 for Solaris 8 $7,560 for Solaris 10 with support cost Solaris 8 Containers 17
  18. 18. Consolidate Many Small Applicationson Different OSes xVM Ops Center• A hypervisor allows the consolidation of many small apps > SPARC: Logical domains, dynamic domains > X86: VirtualBox, xVM hypervisor, VMware, Hyper-V• Each VM can have their own patch level 18
  19. 19. United States Air Force Overview Solution • Managed service provider to • Consolidation with Solaris Containers the U.S. Air Force • Products and Services: Solaris 10 • Capabilities Integration Operating System, Sun SPARC Environment (CIE) facilitates Enterprise T5240 Server, Sun Fire development and testing of T2000 Server software applications prior to production use Results • Consolidated servers using the • Reduce rack space to achieve a 13:1 Containers feature in the consolidation ratio and reclaim Solaris 10 Operating System datacenter floor space • Decreased server deployment time by Challenge more than 90% with Logical Domains • Optimize hardware utilization (LDoms) • Conserve datacenter floor space, • Cut datacenter power consumption by power, and cooling more than 25% and reclaimed nearly • Build a scalable architecture 50% of datacenter floor space with eco-responsible servers • Keep up with growth and expand customer base • Provided customers better service levels at a lower cost 19
  20. 20. Primus Canada • Overview • Solution•850 employee •Leverage Sun’s Try and Buy Programtelecommunications company •Deploy proven Solaris 10 partitioning•1,000,000+ customers and virtualization capabilities, using Sun Fire T2000 servers and Logical •Challenge Domains (LDoms)•Maximize uptime •Results•Add failover •Increased server performance•Improve IT staff freedom and and efficiencyflexibility •Reduced physical space requirements•Consolidate four existing VoIP •Lower energy consumptionplatforms •Highly stable environment“When we failed over from the old system to the Sun Fire T2000, the application went from 50 percent CPU utilization down to 15 percent. We were just dumbfounded to learn that it was only using 15 percent of one core of this eight-core CPU.” — Paul Monaghan, Manager, Service Platform Engineering Team, Primus Canada 20
  21. 21. Adjust to Business ChangesRe-Size the Resources to Fit the Changes on Demand AM/Day/Week PM/Night/Weekend 21
  22. 22. Adjust to Business ChangesMigrate the Applications onto Fewer System: Turn UnneededSystems Off to Save Power AM/Day/Week PM/Night/ Weekend 22
  23. 23. Secure Internet Facing Applications Problem • Many companies want a Web presence • Web-facing applications often need to be dynamic • These applications are often new and untested Risk • Hackers can de-face website or steal data • Hackers can gain access to the corporate network Solution • Use Solaris Containers/Trusted Extensions to “lock down” the application environment 23
  24. 24. Secure Internet Facing ApplicationsAn Example Configuration to Prevent Web Page Hijacking Solaris 10 Private Public LAN Internet Datazone Webzone 10.0.0.200 129.152.1.200 /shared Read/Write Read Only Firewall • A locked down environment can protect > x86 and SPARC: Solaris Containers • Control the content from outside Container • Totally isolate the internet network from LAN 24
  25. 25. Consolidate Vertical Scaling Apps Example • Insurance agency with many field offices Problem • Databases need many threads (CPUs) to perform • Field offices only get ~20 inquiries per day Result > Systems and database licenses are very under utilized Solution • Consolidate the databases in Containers on an M-Series system • Compress the costs of 40 databases into that of ~2! 25
  26. 26. Consolidate Vertical Scaling Apps40 x 8 Way Systems One 16 Way System Total Saving Cost Cost Cost• 40 x $old-systems SWaP • 1 x $new system SWaP • 38 x power/cooling/space• 40 x 8 x $database • 1 x 12 x $database • 38 x 8 x $database• Using the new M-series allow to vertically scaling > Powerful CPU, lots of memory > Use Solaris containers to “cap” the CPU to the right level• Solaris Containers considered a license boundary for both Oracle & IBM 26
  27. 27. Server Virtualization from Sun Today xVM Ops Center Hard Partitions SPARC Hypervisors x86 Hypervisors Solaris Containers Identity File Mail Server Server Server Multiple OSes Single OS M – Series T – Series X – Series All Sun Systems Dynamic Domains Logical Domains xVM Hypervisor Solaris Containers VirtualBox (Zones + SRM)‫‏‬ Solaris Trusted Extensions VMware ESX Solaris 8 and 9 Containers Microsoft Hyper-V Solaris Containers for Linux Applications 27
  28. 28. Server Virtualization Strengths • High performance network and I/O – bare metal performance Solaris • Consolidated old Solaris versions Containers • Limit the security breach of your web application • Consolidate very dynamic applications • Migrate VMs to fit business changes Logical • Most of the hypervisor built into the chip – very little overhead Domains • Redundant I/O paths • Run any x86 OS on shared infrastructure xVM Server • Migrate VMs to fit business changes • Move old OSes onto newer share/more efficient hardware • High isolation – dedicated hardware Dynamic • High performance network and I/O – bare metal performance Domains • No software single point of failure • Run multiple OSes on the same system 28
  29. 29. Backup SlidesProductDetails 29
  30. 30. Logical DomainsSolaris Containers xVM Server All Sun’s Server Virtualization Technologies managed from a single point 30
  31. 31. Discovery Update • Bare metal and OS discovery • Patch Linux and Solaris • Inventory and systems grouping • Simulate • Role based access control • Schedule • Rollback • App, file and script managementxVM Ops ● Provisioning ● ManagementCenter with • Linux and Solaris Operating • Compliance reporting Sun Universal Systems • Audit trailKnowledgebase • Firmware, with dependencies • Lights out management 31
  32. 32. Save Time with Sun xVM Ops Center Without Sun xVM Ops With Sun xVM Activity Center Ops Center Identify 100 assets on network Days Minutes Compare inventory for 100 systems Hours Minutes against baseline Obtain software and patches and Days < 24 hours validate PKG/RPM installation Identify patches required for 100+ Hours 15 Minutes servers and impact on system Deploy OS to powered-off Days Hours baremetal 100 servers Apply a security fix to 100 servers 1 Day 20 Minutes Identify, validate and deploy iLOM Days Hours firmware on 100 servers 32
  33. 33. Solaris Containers DNS Server Apps Web2 Zone Web1 Zone Global DNS Zone Mail Zone Zone OS 5 60 25 10 4 CPU Pool (FSS)‫‏‬ 4 CPU Pool Solaris 10 Kernel Server 33
  34. 34. Solaris Containers Solaris Containers – proven technology • More than 20% of Solaris 10 production systems are running multiple Containers • Recognized license boundary for major ISVs • New features added regularly • Simplified system upgrades via Solaris 8 and 9 Containers • Solaris Trusted Extensions give enterprise grade security • Mobility of Containers give agility and rolling upgrades • Solaris Containers have full Solaris Cluster support 34
  35. 35. Logical Domains Apps Control/ Service Service Domain Domain OS Server 35
  36. 36. Logical Domains 1.1 • Support multiple versions of Solaris, OpenSolaris, Linux and FreeBSD on the same system • Domain Mobility – Allows users to migrate workload between LDoms without shutting down the application > Users can also move workload between different machine types if the Logical Domain is shut down • Virtual I/O enhancements > Dedicated hardware mapped to a Logical Domain > Built in Dynamic Reconfiguration > Virtual network and switch support • Comes at no additional cost 36
  37. 37. Sun xVM Hypervisor Mail Mail File Server Server Server Sun xVM Server / Hypervisor IPS ZFS PV Drivers VMDK FMAEnterprise- ClassHypervisor 37
  38. 38. Sun xVM Hypervisor • Server Virtualization Without Barriers > Built-in management > Easy to use interface > Low barrier to entry > Programming interfaces • VMware compatible • Enterprise-class foundation • Open source 38
  39. 39. Server Virtualization from Sun Today xVM Ops Center Hard Partitions SPARC Hypervisors x86 Hypervisors Solaris Containers Identity File Mail Server Server Server Multiple OSes Single OS M – Series T – Series X – Series All Sun Systems Dynamic Domains Logical Domains xVM Server Solaris Containers VirtualBox (Zones + SRM)‫‏‬ Solaris Trusted Extensions VMware ESX Solaris 8 and 9 Containers Microsoft Hyper-V Solaris Containers for Linux Applications 39
  40. 40. Thank You.Your NameYour email@sun.com 40

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