Windows Server 2012 - Dynamische opslag met Storage Pools

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Windows Server 2012 introduceert het gebruik van Storage Pools. Hiermee kunt u zowel USB, externe als interne harde schijven in een Storage Pool plaatsen. Vanuit deze pool kunt u vervolgens zoveel virtuele schijven maken als u nodig heeft. Dit zijn in feite VHD bestanden zoals deze ook al door HyperV gebruikt werden. Server 2012 ondersteunt de RAID versies 0,1 en 5. Wilt u flexibiliteit en file redundancy, zonder een duur SAN aan te hoeven schaffen, dan is deze feature is voor u!

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  • Windows Server 2012 brings Microsoft’s experience from building and operating public clouds to deliver a highly dynamic, available, and cost-effective server platform for your private cloud. It offers businesses and hosting providers a scalable, dynamic, and multitenant-aware cloud infrastructure that securely connects across premises and allows IT to respond to business needs faster and more efficiently. Microsoft’s Cloud OS uniquely delivers on customer needs across these scenarios. The Cloud OS is a consistent platform with a common set of technologies you can use to develop and manage applications for all environments using the same skills, knowledge and experience:Agile development Platform: Use the tools you know build the apps you need, new modern apps and traditional apps, wherever they need to run to get to your customers or users. Those tools may be Visual Studio and .NET or open source technologies and languages, such REST, JSON, PHP, Java.Unified Dev-ops & Management: Use System Center as single pane of glass for all apps coupled with Visual Studio as common platform to build once, deploy anywhere with integration to manage apps across their lifecycles for quick time to solution and easy troubleshooting/management.Common identity: Implement Active Directory as a powerful asset across environments to help you extend your enterprise to the cloud with internet scale security using a single identity and/or securely extend apps and data to devices.Integrated virtualization: Microsoft is engineered for cloud from the metal up with virtualization built as an integrated element of the OS, not layered on the OS with no need for additional add-ons.Complete data platform: Microsoft delivers comprehensive technologies to manage petabytes of data in the cloud to millions of transactions for your most mission-critical applications to billions of rows in the hands of end users for predictive and adhoc analytics in IT-managed offerings. Microsoft uniquely delivers the Cloud OS as a consistent and comprehensive set of capabilities across on-premises, Microsoft Cloud or service provider’s cloud to support the world’s apps and data anywhere.
  • Cloud and mobility are two major trends that have started to affect the IT landscape, in general, and the datacenter, in particular. There are four key IT questions that customers claim are keeping them up at night:How do I embrace the cloud?With a private cloud, you get many of the benefits of public cloud computing—including self-service, scalability, and elasticity—with the additional control and customization available from dedicated resources. Microsoft customers can build a private cloud today with Windows Server 2008 R2, Microsoft Hyper-V, and Microsoft System Center, but there are many questions about how to best scale and secure workloads on private clouds and how to costeffectively build private clouds, offer cloud services, and connect more securely to cloud services.How do I increase the efficiency in my datacenter?Whether you are building your own private cloud, are in the business of offering cloud services, or simply want to improve the operations of your traditional datacenter, lowering infrastructure costs and operating expenses while increasing overall availability of your production systems is critical. Microsoft understands that efficiency built into your server platform and good management of your cloud and datacenter infrastructure are important to achieving operational excellence.How do I deliver next-generation applications?As the interest in cloud computing and providing web-based IT services grows, our customers tell us that they need a scalable web platform and the ability to build, deploy, and support cloud applications that can run on-premises or in the cloud. They also want to be able to use a broad range of tools and frameworks for their next-generation applications, including open source tools.How do I enable modern work styles?As the lines between people’s lives and their work blur, their personalities and individual work styles have an increasing impact on how they get their work done—and which technologies they prefer to use. As a result, people increasingly want a say in what technologies they use to complete work. This trend is called “Consumerization of IT.” As an example of consumerization,more and more people are bringing and using their own PCs, slates, and phones to work.Consumerization is great as it unleashes people’s productivity, passion, innovation, and competitive advantage. We at Microsoft believe that there is power in saying “yes” to people and their technology requests in a responsible way. Our goal at Microsoft is to partner with you in IT, to help you embrace these trends while ensuring that the environment is more secure and better managed.
  • Windows Server 2012 has many new features and enhancements related to storage and supporting application storage. To show you some of these and their value to your organization lets walk through a number of themStorage SpacesStorage Spaces enables you to deliver a new category of highly capable storage solutions to ITat a dramatically lower price point. Storage Spaces is flexible, allowing you to leverage SAS, Shared SAS, or SATA interconnects to build virtualized storage pools from which you can build various volumes to provide for your storage requirements. Storage Spaces volumes can be configured with RAID0, RAID1, or RAID5 equivalent striping to offer varied levels of performance and data protection as needed.File system improvementsWindows Server 2012 includes new file system enhancements including the introduction of the new Resilient File System (ReFS) storage standard, and delivers the ability to deploy 64 TB volumes through improved NTFS and ReFS availability features. Specifically, Windows Server 2012 takes a new approach to correctly identify and eliminate transient error conditions while keeping the file system accessible. This new approach prioritizes file system availability even when corruption is present, and delivers on a new model for managing file system corruption. ReFS is an update to the NTFS standard, and adds support for SCSI storage devices. ReFS also includes improved support for SATA storage standards, which means that ReFS offers more performance and features that work with SATA than NTFS currently provides. Among the benefits of ReFS with SATA is better resilience against corruption caused by unexpected power loss conditions, and better utilization of read and write drive caching. Further enhancements include:Improved self-healing. ReFS and NTFS instantaneously self-heal more issues online without requiring Chkdsk to run. This reduces Chkdsk execution frequency.Online analysis. The time needed to scan and analyze the volume is a background task performed while the volume remains online. Corruption correction. Upon completion of an online scan, a determination is made whether the volume must be taken offline to complete the repair. Chkdsk directly fixes the previously identified corruption, and the offline time is reduced to seconds. Consequently, volume unavailability is no longer proportional to the number of files on the volume, but rather to the number of corruptions on the volume.Thin Provisioning“Get thin” and “stay thin” through new native support for thin provisioning and trim, which is the ability to provision storage as needed and to reclaim storage that is no longer needed. Instead of removing redundant data on the volume, thin provisioning gains efficiencies by enabling you to allocate just enough storage at the moment of storage allocation, and then increase capacity as your business needs grow over timeCluster Shared VolumeNot just for Microsoft Hyper-V any longer, this popular shared file storage solution gives administrators the flexibility to house storage and applications in a consolidated cluster while taking advantage of many other new Windows Server 2012 features. With CSVs, all cluster hosts have simultaneous access to a single shared volume through a shared namespaces to share configurations across all cluster nodes, including the ability to build continuously available cluster-wide file systems. Application storage can be served from the same share as data, eliminating the need to deploy two clusters, an application and separate storage cluster, to support true high availability application scenarios.SMB 3.0 for workloadsWindows Server 2012 now offers support for application-based file shares. This application support for SQL and Hyper-V allows you to leverage the high-performance and high availability features now available with Windows Server 2012 for your SQL databases or your Hyper-V guests. For example, by leveraging SMB Direct and SMB Multichannel on a file server hosting the VHDX drives for your Hyper-V cluster, you can see storage performance on your Hyper-V guests that approaches that of a built-in server storage. No only that, but those Hyper-V guests enjoy the resiliency of a failover network to help avoid any outages.Offloaded Data TransferOffloaded Data Transfers (ODX) in Windows Server 2012 enables you to accomplish more with your existing hardware infrastructure by letting you quickly move large files and virtual machines directly between storage arrays, which reduces host CPU and network resource consumption. ODX enables rapid provisioning and migration of virtual machines and provides significantly faster transfers of large files such as database or video files. By offloading the file transfer to the storage array, ODX minimizes latencies, maximizes the use of array throughput, and reduces host resource usage such as CPU and network consumption. File transfers are automatically and transparently offloaded when you move or copy files, regardless of whether you perform drag-and-drop through Windows Explorer or use command-line file copy commands. No administrator setup or intervention is needed.Transparent FailoverA new runtime infrastructure for failover clustering allows Windows Server 2012 to perform failover operations on clustered storage so quickly that most applications and services relying on that high-availability experience no downtime at all. If anything, business critical applications like SQL and Hyper-V may see a small I/O hiccup during a failover, but that delay occurs so quickly that everything is transparent to server applications and no errors are generated. Transparent failover takes effect during planned and unplanned outages alike, so transparent failover keeps your applications and services running through hardware failures, software failures, rebalancing operations, and even during cluster updates or other maintenance, freeing administrators from constraining downtime windows and keeping users productive 24/7, 365 days a year.NFS SupportFile-based storage has become a practical alternative to more expensive SAN storage because file-based storage is straightforward to provision and file-based storage has gained viability as an alternative to more expensive SAN storage because it is simple to provision and manage. An example of this trend is the recent popularity of deploying and running VMware ESX/ESXi virtual machines from file-based storage accessed over the NFS protocol. To help you take advantage of this, Windows Server 2012 includes an updated Server for NFS that supports NFS version 4.1 and can leverage many other performance, reliability, and availability enhancements available throughout the Windows storage stack.iSCSI TargetTake advantage of low-cost servers providing block storage. One use case for iSCSI Target is the diskless Internet SCSI (iSCSI) boot services, which provide storage provisioning capabilities that are traditionally reserved only for high-end storage devices now fully integrated into Windows Server 2012. In this release, the iSCSI Target has been continuously improving the performance and scalability; ultimately, the iSCSI Target feature built into Windows Server 2012 lets you create a SAN storage device on any hardware and gives you the power to store operating system images in a centralized location to improve efficiency, manageability, availability, and security.Storage ManagementAlong with the growing and costly demand for storage, storage infrastructure complexity brings additional costs that need to be addressed. To help improve storage management efficiency and offset that cost, Windows Server 2012 will come with a set of storage management APIs and provider interfaces that will enable administrators to centrally manage disparate storage resources and solutions, like SANs and storage arrays, from a centralized “single pane of glass” interface. Manageable resources can include SANs that are SMI-S complaint, storage devices with proprietary hardware that has compatible third-party storage management providers, or storage devices that are already being allocated through the use of Storage Spaces. This storage management capability will allow administrators to configure and manage all of the storage devices throughout their organization or management sphere through an easy-to-use management interface that they are already familiar with, the Server Manager. By using Server Manager, administrators can populate server groups with file servers or storage clusters that leverage Storage Spaces, or reach out to populate manageable devices that have SMI-S agents enabled.
  • We have had virtualization at Hyper-V layer over the last couple of releases of Windows server. With Windows Server 2012, we give you the ability to virtualize your storage solution. Storage spaces gives you the ability to consolidate all your SAS and SATA connected disks – no matter whether they are SSDs or traditional HDDs and consolidate them together as storage Pools. Once you have the storage pools created, you can cave our virtual disks or Storage Spaces that can be exposed out as volume shares to your VMs or applications. Storage Spaces is compatible with other Windows Server 2012 storage features, like SMB Direct and SMB Failover Clustering, so you can use simple inexpensive storage devices to create powerful and resilient storage infrastructures on a limited budget. Storage Spaces is also flexible, allowing you to leverage SAS, Shared SAS, or SATA interconnects to build virtualized storage pools from which you can build various volumes to provide for your storage requirements. Storage Spaces volumes can be configured with RAID0, RAID1, or RAID5 equivalent striping to offer varied levels of performance and data protection as needed.Storage Spaces enable you to deliver a new category of highly capable storage solutions to all Windows customer segments at a dramatically lower price point. At the same time, you can maximize your operations by leveraging commodity storage to supply high-performance and feature-rich storage to servers, clusters, and applications alike.
  • The Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): Windows Server 2012 certification shows that you have the primary set of Windows Server skills that are relevant across multiple solution areas in a business environment. The MCSA: Windows Server 2012 certification is a prerequisite for earning the MCSE: Server Infrastructure certification, the MCSE: Desktop Infrastructure certification, the MCSE: Private Cloud certification.CONFIDENTIAL – the MCSE: Messaging, MCSE: Communication, and MCSE: SharePoint certifications will also be based on the MCSA: Windows Server 2012 certification and will be released later this fiscal year.Course 20410 is currently availableCourse 20411 will be available at the end of September 2012Course 20412 will be available at the end of September 2012
  • MCSE: Server InfrastructureIT departments are becoming more inundated with creating a highly dynamic, available, and cost-effective infrastructure solution that allows growth into the world of cloud-optimized IT. Deliver a cloud-optimized datacenter.Manage a modern infrastructure solution across technologies.Create the power of many servers, with the simplicity of one.Transform IT operations and deliver new business value. The Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE): Server Infrastructure certification validates your ability to build Server infrastructure solutions that provide a comprehensive platform on which to build and run your infrastructure. With the know-how of essential services ranging from identity management, systems management, virtualization, storage, and networking, you have the tools needed to run a highly efficient and modern datacenter. The MCSE: Server Infrastructure certification empowers you to go beyond virtualization and deliver the essential services for a highly efficient and modern datacenter. Exams 413 and 414 are currently available to everyone in paid beta.Course 20413 is scheduled to be available by the end of the calendar yearCourse 20414 is scheduled to be available by the end of the calendar yearExam 70-413 Plan and Deploy a Server InfrastructureDesign an automated server installation strategy. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including images and bare metal/virtual deployment; design a server implementation using Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK); design a virtual server deploymentPlan and implement a server deployment infrastructure. This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure multicast deployment; configure multi-site topology and distribution points; configure a multi-server topology; configure autonomous and replica Windows Deployment Services (WDS) serversPlan and implement server upgrade and migration. This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for role migration; migrate server roles; migrate servers across domains and forests; design a server consolidation strategy; plan for capacity and resource optimizationPlan and deploy Virtual Machine Manager services. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design Virtual Machine Manager service templates; define operating system profiles; configure hardware and capability profiles; manage services; configure image and template libraries; manage logical networksPlan and implement file and storage services. This objective may include but is not limited to: Planning considerations include iSCSI SANs, Fibre Channel SANs, Virtual Fibre Channel, storage spaces, storage pools, and data de-duplication; configure the iSCSI Target server; configure the Internet Storage Name server (iSNS); configure Network File System (NFS); install Device Specific Modules (DSMs) Design and Implement Network Infrastructure Services Design and maintain a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) solution. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including a highly available DHCP solution including split scope, DHCP failover, and DHCP failover clustering, DHCP interoperability, and DHCPv6; implement DHCP filtering; implement and configure a DHCP management pack; maintain a DHCP databaseDesign a name resolution solution strategy. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including secure name resolution, DNSSEC, DNS Socket Pool, cache locking, disjoint namespaces, DNS interoperability, migration to application partitions, IPv6, Single-Label DNS Name Resolution, zone hierarchy, and zone delegationDesign and manage an IP address management solution. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including IP address management technologies including IPAM, Group Policy based, and manual provisioning, and distributed vs. centralized placement; configure role-based access control; configure IPAM auditing; migrate IPs; manage and monitor multiple DHCP and DNS servers; configure data collection for IPAM Design and Implement Network Access ServicesDesign a VPN solution. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including certificate deployment, firewall configuration, client/site to site, bandwidth, protocol implications, and VPN deployment configurations using Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK)Design a DirectAccess solution. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including topology, migration from Forefront UAG, DirectAccess deployment, and enterprise certificatesImplement a scalable remote access solution. This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure site-to-site VPN; configure packet filters; implement packet tracing; implement multi-site Remote Access; configure Remote Access clustered with Network Load Balancing (NLB); configure DirectAccessDesign a network protection solution. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including Network Access Protection (NAP) enforcement methods for DHCP, IPSec, VPN, and 802.1x, capacity, placement of servers, firewall, Network Policy Server (NPS), and remediation networkImplement a network protection solution. This objective may include but is not limited to: Implement multi-RADIUS deployment; configure NAP enforcement for IPSec and 802.1x; deploy and configure the Endpoint Protection client; create anti-malware and firewall policies; monitor for compliance Design and Implement an Active Directory Infrastructure (Logical)Design a forest and domain infrastructure. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including multi-forest architecture, trusts, functional levels, domain upgrade, domain migration, forest restructure, and Hybrid Cloud servicesImplement a forest and domain infrastructure. This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure domain rename; configure Kerberos realm trusts; implement a domain upgrade; implement a domain migration; implement a forest restructure; deploy and manage a test forest including synchronization with production forestsDesign a Group Policy strategy. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including inheritance blocking, enforced policies, loopback processing, security, and WMI filtering, site-linked Group Policy Objects (GPOs), slow-link processing, group strategies, organizational unit (OU) hierarchy, and Advanced Group Policy Management (AGPM)Design an Active Directory permission model. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including Active Directory object security and Active Directory quotas; customize tasks to delegate in Delegate of control wizard; deploy administrative tools on the client computer; delegate permissions on administrative users (AdminSDHolder); configure Kerberos delegation  Design and Implement an Active Directory Infrastructure (Physical)Design an Active Directory sites topology. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including proximity of domain controllers, replication optimization, and site link; monitor and resolve Active Directory replication conflictsDesign a domain controller strategy. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including global catalog, operations master roles, Read-Only Domain Controllers (RODCs), partial attribute set, and domain controller cloningDesign and implement a branch office infrastructure. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including RODC, Universal Group Membership Caching (UGMC), global catalog, DNS, DHCP, and BranchCache; implement confidential attributes; delegate administration; modify filtered attributes set; configure password replication policy; configure hash publication Exam 414Manage and Maintain a Server InfrastructureDesign an administrative model. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including user rights, built-in groups, and end-user self-service portal; design a delegation of administration structure for Microsoft System Center 2012Design a monitoring strategy. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including monitoring servers using Audit Collection Services (ACS), performance monitoring, centralized monitoring, and centralized reporting; implement and optimize System Center 2012 - Operations Manager management packs; plan for monitoring Active DirectoryDesign an updates infrastructure. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design considerations including Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), System Center 2012 - Configuration Manager, and cluster-aware updating; design and configure Virtual Machine Manager for software update management; update VDI desktop imagesImplement automated remediation. This objective may include but is not limited to: Create an Update Baseline in Virtual Machine Manager; implement a Desired Configuration Management (DCM) Baseline; implement Virtual Machine Manager integration with Operations Manager; configure Virtual Machine Manager to move a VM dynamically based on policy; integrate System Center 2012 for automatic remediation into your existing Enterprise Infrastructure Plan and Implement a Highly Available Enterprise Infrastructure Plan and implement failover clustering. This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for multi-node and multi-site clustering; design considerations including redundant networks, network priority settings, resource failover and failback, heartbeat and DNS settings, Quorum configuration, and storage placement and replicationPlan and implement highly available network services. This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for and configure Network Load Balancing (NLB); design considerations including fault-tolerant networking, multicast vs. unicast configuration, state management, and automated deployment of NLB using Virtual Machine Manager service templatesPlan and implement highly available storage solutions. This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for and configure storage spaces and storage pools; design highly available, multi-replica DFS namespaces; plan for and configure multi-path I/O, including Server Core; configure highly available iSCSI Target and iSNS ServerPlan and implement highly available server roles. This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for a highly available Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Server, Hyper-V clustering, Continuously Available File Shares, and a DFS Namespace Server; plan for and implement highly available applications, services, and scripts using Generic Application, Generic Script, and Generic Service clustering rolesPlan and implement a business continuity and disaster recovery solution. This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan a backup and recovery strategy; planning considerations including Active Directory domain and forest recovery, Hyper-V replica, domain controller restore and cloning, and Active Directory object and container restore using authoritative restore and Recycle Bin Plan and Implement a Server Virtualization Infrastructure Plan and implement virtualization hosts. This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for and implement delegation of virtualization environment (hosts, services, and VMs), including self-service capabilities; plan and implement multi-host libraries including equivalent objects; plan for and implement host resource optimization; integrate third-party virtualization platformsPlan and implement virtualization guests. This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for and implement highly available VMs; plan for and implement guest resource optimization including smart page file, dynamic memory, and remoteFX; configure placement rules; create Virtual Machine Manager templatesPlan and implement virtualization networking. This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for and configure Virtual Machine Manager logical networks; plan for and configure IP address and MAC address settings across multiple Hyper-V hosts including IP virtualization; plan for and configure virtual network optimization Plan and implement virtualization storage. This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for and configure Hyper-V host storage including stand-alone and clustered setup using SMB 2.2 and CSV; plan for and configure Hyper-V guest storage including virtual Fibre Channel, iSCSI, and pass-through disks; plan for storage optimizationPlan and implement virtual guest movement. This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for and configure live, SAN, and network migration between Hyper-V hosts; plan for and manage P2V and V2V Manage and maintain a server virtualization infrastructure. This objective may include but is not limited to: Manage dynamic optimization and resource optimization; manage Operations Manager integration using PRO Tips; automate VM software and configuration updates using service templates; maintain library updates  Design and Implement Identity and Access Solutions Design a Certificate Services infrastructure. This objective may include but is not limited to: Design a multi-tier Certificate Authority (CA) hierarchy with offline root CA; plan for multi-forest CA deployment; plan for Certificate Enrollment Web Services; plan for network device enrollment; plan for certificate validation and revocation; plan for disaster recovery; plan for trust between organizationsImplement and manage a Certificate Services infrastructure. This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure and manage offline root CA; configure and manage Certificate Enrollment Web Services; configure and manage Network Device Enrollment Services; configure Online Certificates Status Protocol responders; migrate CA; implement administrator role separation; implement and manage trust between organizations; monitor CA healthImplement and manage certificates. This objective may include but is not limited to: Manage certificate templates; implement and manage deployment, validation, and revocation; manage certificate renewal including Internet-based clients; manage certificate deployment and renewal to network devices; configure and manage key archival and recoveryDesign and implement a federated identity solution. This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for and implement claims-based authentication including planning and implementing Relying Party Trusts; plan for and configure Claims Provider Trust rules; plan for and configure attribute stores including Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS); plan for and manage Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) certificates; plan for Identity Integration with Cloud servicesDesign and implement Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS). This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for highly available AD RMS deployment; manage AD RMS Service Connection Point; plan for and manage AD RMS client deployment; manage Trusted User Domains; manage Trusted publishing domains; manage Federated Identity support; manage Distributed and Archived Rights Policy templates; configure Exclusion Policies; decommission AD RMS 
  • With the proliferation of devices in the consumer market, the boundaries between work and life have blurred—making flexible, secure, reliable, and consistent access to corporate services mandatory for both traditional and virtualized environments. Enable the modern workstyle.Embrace the consumerization of IT. The MCSE: Desktop Infrastructure certification validates you can take advantage of the cost savings associated with deploying and managing desktops and devices. Be the hero in your organization. Enable a flexible workstyle by providing access from anywhere on any device while maintaining security and compliance with your skills in desktop virtualization, remote desktop services and application virtualization.  The Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE): Desktop Infrastructure proves you can enable flexible, reliable and consistent access to corporate services across devices.Exams 415 and 416 are currently available to everyone in paid beta.Course 20415 is scheduled to be available by the end of the calendar yearCourse 20416 is scheduled to be available by the end of the calendar year 
  • Windows Server 2012 - Dynamische opslag met Storage Pools

    1. 1. Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Seminar: Dynamische opslagmogelijkheden van file services in Windows Server 2012 Korte, intensieve sessie over de mogelijkheden van Storage Pools. Windows Server 2012 introduceert het gebruik van Storage Pools. Hiermee kunt u zowel USB, externe als interne harde schijven in een Storage Pool plaatsen. Vanuit deze pool kunt u vervolgens zoveel virtuele schijven maken als u nodig heeft. Dit zijn in feite VHD bestanden zoals deze ook al door HyperV gebruikt werden. Server 2012 ondersteunt de RAID versies 0,1 en 5. Wilt u flexibiliteit en file redundancy, zonder een duur SAN aan te hoeven schaffen, dan is deze feature iets voor u!
    2. 2.  Windows Server 2012 Trends and Challenges Storage Get Started: Advies en Doen!
    3. 3. The Cloud OS
    4. 4. New Deviceapps proliferation Data explosion Cloud computing
    5. 5. CLUSTER AWARE DEDUPLICATIONSMB 3.0 UPDATINGSMB 3.0 Automatically Eliminates file moves file server duplication for up toSMB Multi-Channel roles to additional 95% spaces savings nodes without on software andContinuously Available File Server service interruption. VHD library folders Orchestrates updates across all ONLINE BACKUP cluster nodes withSTORAGE SPACES zero downtime. Backup directly to a Returns all roles to Windows AzureThin Provisioning preferred node on subscription completionClustering
    6. 6. CPUMEMORYSTORAGE
    7. 7. CPU MEMORY STORAGE CPU MEMORY STORAGE CPU MEMORY STORAGE CPU MEMORY STORAGE CPUSTORAGE MEMORYCPU STORAGEMEMORY
    8. 8. D: E: VHD / Pool VHD / iSCSIPartitionsVolume Disk C:Physical D:
    9. 9. Windows Application Server or File ServerPhysical orvirtualizeddeploymentsIntegrated File Server Hyper-V SMB Multichannel Administration Consolewith otherWindows Failover Clustering NTFS SMB DirectServer 2012capabilities Cluster Shared NFS Windows Storage Mgmt. VolumeWindowsVirtualized Storage Space Storage Space Storage SpaceStorage Storage Pool Storage PoolPhysicalStorage (Shared) SAS or SATA
    10. 10. Offloaded Data Transfer(ODX)Token-based data transfer betweenintelligent storage arrays Benefits • Rapid virtual machine provisioning and migration • Faster transfers on large files • Minimized latency • Maximized array throughput • Less CPU and network use • Performance not limited by network External Intelligent Storage Array throughput or server use • Improved datacenter capacity and scale Token Virtual Disk Virtual Disk
    11. 11. iSCSI Target Server with Network Boot  iSCSI network boot  Typically used for Hyper-V host boot and HPC boot  Rapid deployment  Quick recovery  Reduce capital expenditures and operating expenditures  Ease of management
    12. 12. CONTINUOUS APPLICATION AVAILABILITY • Ability to leverage Third-party cloud Windows Azure cloud services to back up data Microsoft online Third-party online • Reduced cost for backup backup portal backup portal storage and management • Sign up • Sign up • Options for third-party • Billing Microsoft online Third-party online • Billing cloud services backup service backup service • Ideal for smallRegistration businesses, branch Backup/ Restore Registration offices, and departmental business needs Inbox engine Agents Inbox UI • Microsoft online backup • Third-party agents Windows Server 2012 Windows Server backup (extensible) 2012 IT Pro
    13. 13. What is Deduplication?The act of finding and removingduplication within data withoutcompromising its fidelity or integrityPurpose: Store/Transfer less dataHow it works: Segment data into small variable sized chunks Identify and remove duplicate chunks Replace duplicate copies of each chunk with a reference to a single copy Compress chunks
    14. 14. Maximize capacity by removing duplicate data VHD Library • 2:1 with file shares, 20:1 with virtual storage • Less data to back up, archive, andSoftware Deployment migrate Share Increased scale and performance • Low CPU and memory impact General File • Configurable compression schedule Share • Transparent to primary server workload Improved reliability and integrity User Home Folder • Redundant metadata and critical data (My Docs) • Checksums and integrity checks • Increase availability through redundancy 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Faster file download times with Average savings with Data Deduplication by workload type BranchCacheSource: “Microsoft Internal Testing"
    15. 15. Decimal prefix Binary prefixName Description Description(Symbol)Kilobyte (kB) 103 Byte = 1.000 Byte 210 Byte = 1.024 ByteMegabyte (MB) 106 Byte = 1.000.000 Byte 220 Byte = 1.048.576 ByteGigabyte (GB) 109 Byte = 1.000.000.000 Byte 230 Byte = 1.073.741.824 ByteTerabyte (TB) 1012 Byte = 1.000.000.000.000 Byte 240 Byte = 1.099.511.627.776 BytePetabyte (PB) 1015 Byte = 1.000.000.000.000.000 Byte 250 Byte = 1.125.899.906.842.624 ByteExabyte (EB) 1018 Byte = 1.000.000.000.000.000.000 Byte 260 Byte = 1.152.921.504.606.846.976 ByteZettabyte (ZB) 1021 Byte = 1.000.000.000.000.000.000.000 Byte 270 Byte = 1.180.591.620.717.411.303.424 ByteYottabyte (YB) 1024 Byte = 1.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000 Byte 280 Byte = 1.208.925.819.614.629.174.706.176 Byte
    16. 16. New Storage Capabilities with Resilient File System (ReFS)  ReFS File System Scale to  Greater compatibility with SATA standards PetaByte+  Resilience against power outage corruption  Online corruption recovery  Implements on-disk structures, such as the Master File Table, to represent files and directories.
    17. 17. FailoverClustering
    18. 18. CONTINUOUS APPLICATION AVAILABILITY• Reduces server downtime and user disruption by orchestration of cluster node updates U• Maintains service availability without impacting cluster quorum Third-party plug-in for updates• Detects required updates and moves workloads off nodes for updates• Uses Windows Update Agent or extensible Windows Server Cluster plug-in Current Workload
    19. 19. Download Windows Server2012LearnAct
    20. 20. MCSA: Windows Server 2012 + + = Installing and Configuring Advanced Configuring Windows Administering Windows Windows Server 2012 MCSA: Windows Server Server 2012 Server 2012 Services 2012 Installing and Configuring Advanced Configuring Windows Administering Windows Windows Server 2012 Server 2012 Server 2012 Services Find a Learning Partner
    21. 21. MCSE: Server Infrastructure * Requires recertification + + = Designing and Implementing an Implementing a Server Advanced Server MCSE: Server Windows Server 2012 Infrastructure Infrastructure Infrastructure Designing and Implementing an Implementing a Server Advanced Server Infrastructure Infrastructure Find a Learning Partner
    22. 22. MCSE: Desktop Infrastructure * Requires recertification + + = Implementing Desktop Implementing a Desktop Application MCSE: Desktop Windows Server 2012 Infrastructure Environments Infrastructure Implementing Desktop Implementing a Desktop Application Infrastructure Environments Find a Learning Partner
    23. 23. Upgrade paths Windows Server 2012 Designing and Implementing a Server Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure Infrastructure Server InfrastructureAny of the following certifications qualify:• MCSA: Windows Server 2008*••• MCITP: Virtualization Administrator MCITP: Enterprise Messaging Administrator MCITP: Lync Server Administrator Either or• MCITP: SharePoint Administrator Upgrading Your Skills to• MCITP: Enterprise Desktop Administrator MCSA Windows Server 2012 Both Implementing a Desktop Implementing Desktop Desktop Infrastructure Infrastructure Application Environments

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