What’s new in windows server 2012

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What’s new in windows server 2012

  1. 1. TOP FEATURES OF STORAGE TO MEET CUSTOMER CHALLENGES 1 2 3 4 5 File system Cluster Shared SMB 3.0 forStorage spaces improvements Thin provisioning Volume workloads 6 7 8 9 10Offloaded data Storagetransfer Transparent failover NFS support iSCSI target management
  2. 2. 1 2 3 4 5Website density Application Dynamic IP NUMA-Awareand mutlitenancy Initialization Restrictions CPU Throttling Scalability 6 7 8 9 10 CommingCentralized SSL “Just works” with Embracing web Application Developmentmanagement PHP and node.js standards symmetry Platform
  3. 3. 1 2 3 4 5 Single Root I/O Network DHCP server VirtualizationNIC Teaming virtualization failover (SR-IOV) Resource Metering 6 7 8 9 10 IP AddressDynamic Virtual Management Quality of Service SMB Direct andMachine Queue (IPAM) (QoS) BranchCache Multichannel
  4. 4. 1 2 3 4 5Multiserver Role and feature Disconnectedmanagement deployment Integrated console 2,400 cmdlets Sessions 6 7 8 9 10Windows Windows SyntaxPowerShell PowerShell Web Windows Simplification andWorkflow Access PowerShell ISE Script Sharing IntelliSense
  5. 5. Add/remove Graphical Management Server Graphical Shell Desktop Experience Feature Tools and Infrastructure PowerShell Install-WindowsFeature Server-Gui-Mgmt-Infra Server-Gui-Shell Desktop-ExperienceUninstall-WindowsFeature
  6. 6. TOP FEATURES FOR SECURITY & ACCESS 1 2 3 4 5 Simpler Domain NameDynamic Access deployment of System SecurityControl Classification DirectAccess Active Directory Extensions 6 7 8 9 10 KerberosActive Directory Active Directory constrained Private virtual LAN Multitenant securityvirtualization cloning delegation (PVLAN) and isolation
  7. 7. Country x 50 Department x 20 Sensitive Make that 2000 groups
  8. 8. Windows Server 2012 ActiveIn Active Directory: Directory Resource Property Definitions Access PolicyOn File Server: WindowsAt Runtime: Server 2012 File Server End User Allow/ Deny
  9. 9. User claims Device claims File propertiesUser.Department = Finance Device.Department = Finance File.Department = Finance User.Country = US Device.Managed = True File.Country = US ACCESS POLICY Applies to: File.Country exists AND File.Department Exists Allow | Read, Write | if (User.Department == File.Department) AND (User.Country == File.Country)
  10. 10. AD Admin Center 1 1 Claims 2 PropertiesAccess Policies 3 AD RMS 2 4 4 USE LICENSEDynamic Access Control FCI  CLASSIFY  PROTECT DYNAMIC DYNAMIC POLICY POLICY PROTECTOR 3 MODULEWindows Server 2012 Desktop Windows Server 2012 GigaTrust Contact: ppainter@gigatrust.com
  11. 11. Windows Server 2012 ActiveIn Active Directory: Directory Resource Property DefinitionsIn Group Policy: Audit PolicyOn File Server: WindowsAt Runtime: Server 2012 File Server End User Audit Yes/NoEvent collection system Event collected to central repository for analysis and reporting
  12. 12. 1 2 3 4 5Hyper-V Network Shared-nothing live ClusterVirtualization migration Massive scale enhancements Hyper-V Replica 6 7 8 9 10Hardware Virtual Fibre Guest NUMA Runtime memory Hyper-V networkoffloading Channel support configuration switch
  13. 13. Maximum number Improvement Windows ServerSystem Resource Windows 2008 R2 2012 factor Logical processors on hardware 64 320 5× Physical memory 1 TB 4 TB 4×Host Virtual processors per host 512 1,024 2× Virtual processors per virtual machine 4 64 16× Memory per virtual machine 64 GB 1 TB 16×Virtual Active virtual machines 384 1,024 2.7×machine Virtual disk size 2 TB 64 TB 32× Nodes 16 64 4×Cluster Virtual machines 1,000 4,000 4×
  14. 14. Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012HW Logical Processor 16 LPs 64 LPs 320 LPsSupportPhysical Memory Support 1 TB 1 TB 4 TBCluster Scale 16 Nodes up to 1000 VMs 16 Nodes up to 1000 VMs 64 Nodes up to 4000 VMsVirtual Machine Processor Up to 4 VPs Up to 4 VPs Up to 64 VPsSupportVM Memory Up to 64 GB Up to 64 GB Up to 1 TBLive Migration Yes, one at a time Yes, one at a time Yes, with no limits. As many as hardware will allow.Live Storage Migration No. Quick Storage No. Quick Storage Yes, with no limits. As many Migration via SCVMM Migration via SCVMM as hardware will allow.Servers in a Cluster 16 16 64VP:LP Ratio 8:1 8:1 for Server No limits. As many as 12:1 for Client (VDI) hardware will allow.
  15. 15. • Live Storage Migration • Online MetaOperations• Virtual Fiber Channel • Live VHD Merge • Live New Parent• Support for File Based Storage on SMB 3.0 • Native 4K Disk Support• New VHDX Format • Offloaded Data Transfer (ODX)
  16. 16. TokenOffload Offload Token Token Read Write Virtual Actual Data Transfer Virtual Disk Intelligent Disk Storage Array
  17. 17. Creation of a 10 GB Fixed Disk200150 ~3 Minutes100 Time (seconds) 50 0 <1 Second! Average ODX Desktop
  18. 18. Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012Live Storage Migration No. Quick Storage No. Quick Storage Yes, with no limits. As many Migration via SCVMM Migration via SCVMM as hardware will allow.VMs on File Storage No No Yes, SMB 3.0Guest Fiber Channel No No YesVirtual Disk Format VHD up to 2 TB VHD up to 2 TB VHD up to 2 TB VHDX up to 64 TBVM Guest Clustering Yes, via iSCSI Yes, via iSCSI Yes, via iSCSI or FCNative 4k Disk Support No No YesLive VHD Merge No, offline. No, offline. YesLive New Parent No No YesSecure Offloaded Data No No YesTransfer (ODX)
  19. 19. • Windows NIC Teaming• Continuously Available File Server (SMB) storage• CSV 2.0 Integration with Storage Arrays for Replication & HW snapshots out of the box• Guest Clustering via Fiber Channel for HA• Support for Concurrent Live/Live Storage Migrations• Major Failover Cluster Enhancements…
  20. 20. Failover cluster• Support for 64 nodes & 4000 • Cluster Wide Task Scheduling VMs in a Cluster • Inbox Live Migration Queuing• Cluster Aware Updating • SMB Support• Cluster Shared Volumes 2.0 • Hyper-V App Monitoring• VM Failover Prioritization • Guest Clustering via Fiber• Anti-Affinity VM Rules Channel…
  21. 21. NPIV port(s)
  22. 22. • Hyper-V Replica for Asynchronous Replication Disaster Recovery • CSV 2.0 Integration with Storage Arrays for Synchronous Replication • Non-Cluster Aware Apps: Hyper-V App MonitoringApplication/Service • VM Guest Cluster: iSCSI, Fiber Channel Failover • 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 Physical Node • Live Migration for Planned Downtime Redundancy • Failover Cluster for Unplanned Downtime Hardware Fault • Windows Hardware Error Architecture (WHEA)/RAS
  23. 23. Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012Hyper-V PowerShell No No YesNetwork PowerShell No No YesStorage PowerShell No No YesSCONFIG No Yes YesEnable/Disable Shell No No Yes, MinShell (Server Core @ OS Setup) (Server Core @ OS Setup)VMConnect Support for N/A No YesRemoteFX
  24. 24. MS Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 SP1 Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 Release Date: August 2011 Coming Soon Cost: Free Download from: Free Download from: www.microsoft.com/hvs www.microsoft.com/hvs Physical Processor Support: Up to 8 processors Up to 64 processors (no core limitations) (no core limitations) Physical Memory Support: Up to 1 TB per server Up to 4 TB per server Virtual Processors Up to 4 per VM Up to 64 per VMVirtual Machine Memory Support: 64 GB of memory per VM 1 TB of memory per VM (no memory tax) (no memory tax) Live Migration/High Availability: Yes Yes Live Storage Migration: No Yes Shared Nothing Live Migration: No Yes RemoteFX: Yes More monitors, more resolutions Storage Spaces: No Yes VMs on File Based Storage No Yes

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