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  • Let’s first talk about the desktop dilemma facing most enterprise IT teams and end users. Simply put the problem is how to satisfy end-user requirements while ensuring IT requirements are also met.
    What users want is the flexibility to access their personalized desktops, applications and data anywhere, anytime, using multiple devices. What this means is the ability to have their desktops follow them not a device. Additionally, they want the ability to use native Windows applications in conjunction with web based applications. They need the ability for these applications to work seamlessly together. Finally, users want 24 by 7 access to their desktops, implying a critical need for desktop business continuity.
    On the other side of the coin, IT teams face the challenge of managing different types of desktops. Enterprise desktops are one of the most difficult-to- manage IT assets today. Within any organization there exist different users, a variety of hardware that must be supported, growing security concerns, and a workforce that is increasingly dispersed geographically. In addition, different types of users need different applications. Managing these moving parts is both complex and costly. This makes managing these devices very time consuming and inefficient in addition to making it very expensive to manage these disparate desktops. Industry research shows that more than 70% of the total cost of ownership of a desktop is spent on operational activities associated with managing the PC: managing end-users, hardware maintenance and repairs, provisioning and upgrading PCs, and software application management—such as installing and patching. Increasingly, IT departments are being pressured to reduce costs but manage more applications, users and desktop configurations with minimal resources. Companies are being mandated to do more with the existing resources or even reduced resources.
    Quantifying security risks and their associated costs can be very difficult. A report often cited to estimate the cost of a security breach is the “CSI/FBI Computer Crime And Security Survey”. According to the 2007 survey, the average cost per security breach was $350K, up from $168K in 2006. Average losses associated with the theft of confidential information, except from mobile devices, were $5.7 million per incident. The loss associated with data or network sabotage was $1.1 million per incident.
    As the landscape changes, it is essential that businesses think strategically about desktop management to enable their workers to get the resources they need to efficiently do their jobs, while also meeting IT requirements.
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  • Ibm 18nov2010

    1. 1. © 2010 IBM Corporation IBM Systems & Technology Group New Generation Client Computing with IBM Virtual Client Solution Claudiu Albina claudiu.albina@ro.ibm.com IBM Account Manager Cross-Industry
    2. 2. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 2 IBM’s Client Consolidation Solutions: VCS3 Agenda: Virtual client solution overview1 Today’s Desktop Infrastructure Challenges2 Benefits of Virtual Client4 Virtual Client Solution Components5 Agenda Why IBM6
    3. 3. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 3 IBM’s Client Consolidation Solutions: VCS3 Agenda: Virtual client solution overview1 Today’s Desktop Infrastructure Challenges2 Benefits of Virtual Client4 Virtual Client Solution Components5 Agenda Why IBM6
    4. 4. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 4 Desktop Virtualization
    5. 5. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 5 IBM Virtual Client Solution - VCS PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC PC
    6. 6. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 6 IBM’s Client Consolidation Solutions: VCS3 Agenda: Virtual client solution overview1 Today’s Desktop Infrastructure Challenges2 Benefits of Virtual Client4 Virtual Client Solution Components5 Agenda Why IBM6
    7. 7. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 7 Today’s desktop environment challenges can be addressed with Virtual Client Solution Distributed workforce  Outsourcing and off-shoring  Mobile and remote workers PC security challenges  Data/infrastructure risks  Patch compliance  Regulations  Viruses Rising management costs  Deployment  Support  Controlling/tracking IT assets  Unpredictable IT costs  Power & Cooling Infrastructure complexity  Multiple platform models  Refresh cycles  Standardization and availability  Image Management Client Virtualization:  Enhanced security  Reduced complexity  Lower TCO  Increased availability, productivity and user access
    8. 8. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 8 IBM’s Client Consolidation Solutions: VCS3 Agenda: Virtual client solution overview1 Today’s Desktop Infrastructure Challenges2 Benefits of Virtual Client4 Virtual Client Solution Components5 Agenda Why IBM6
    9. 9. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 9 IBM Client Consolidation Solutions Moving compute workloads off desktops and onto servers… Desktop Consolidation Spectrum Client OS PC Blade Blade Chassis Client OS PC Blade Client OS PC Blade User1 User2 Hosted Workstation (1:1) Virtual Client (n:1) Client OS Client OS Client OS User1 User2 Server Hypervisor Virtual Desktop  Dedicated OS session on shared server  Dedicated performance/reliability  Technology developed for servers  Full desktop experience  Choice of Operating Systems  Improved Security & TCO Server OS User3 session User2 session User1 session Server Shared Services
    10. 10. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 10 IBM’s Client Consolidation Solutions: VCS3 Agenda: Virtual client solution overview1 Today’s Desktop Infrastructure Challenges2 Benefits of Virtual Client4 Virtual Client Solution Components5 Agenda Why IBM6
    11. 11. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 11 Addressing the Desktop Dilemma with VCS Personalized Desktops that follow them Flexible access anywhere using multiple devices Desktop Biz Continuity & Disaster Recovery Legacy, Win32, Web apps work well together Rich Application Interface User Requirements Manage disparate desktop images easily Manage explosion in multitude of devices Provide secure, continuous access to desktops, apps Manage Legacy, Win32 and Web apps Lower management costs IT Requirements Personalized Desktops that follow them Flexible access anywhere using multiple devices Desktop Biz Continuity & Disaster Recovery Legacy, Win32, Web apps work well together Rich Application Interface User Requirements Increase Security and Reduce Costs without Sacrificing End User Productivity
    12. 12. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 12 Typical Direct Savings Potential Estimates (Source: Gartner Research) Desk-side support, other than for hardware failures, is eliminated Deskside PC Support 90% Up to Administration is policy-based and authorized users can be allowed to administer their own entitlements (rule-based, delegated admin) Security & User Admin 75% Up to Blade and Thin Client solution gives maximum power efficiency 60% Power & Cooling Up to
    13. 13. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 13 Virtual Client can drive TCO advantages * Virtual Client can lower TCO by reducing cost of operations and end-user support. * (Source: Gartner Research) Non-hardware costs dominate total costs of PCs $0 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $4,000 $5,000 Typically Managed Desktop PC Virtual Client Over 35% reduction in TCO! Procuring, Tracking, IT Training Setup, Deployment, Repair, Recovery Hardware, Software, Lease, Warranty Total Cost of Ownership End-user Acquisition Costs Administration Operations Costs Costs Support, Training, Downtime 51% 29% 11%9%  Acquisition cost accounts for less than 30% of cost of ownership  VCS can reduce end-user costs by 65% vs. typical managed PC environment  VCS can reduce operations costs by 30% vs. typical managed PC environment
    14. 14. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 14 Real World Power Savings with Virtual Clients Virtual Clients use much less power than traditional desktop deployments Scenario 1: 100 users • Traditional desktop power consumption*: 15,000 watts • Virtual Client power consumption**: 1,948 watts • Estimated Savings**** ~$1,300 per year! Scenario 2: 250 users •Traditional desktop power consumption*: 37,500 watts • Virtual Client power consumption***: 3,912 watts • Estimated Savings**** ~$4,070 per year! 90% power reduction !!! Note: Configuration details in back-up charts
    15. 15. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 15 IBM’s Client Consolidation Solutions: VCS3 Agenda: Virtual client solution overview1 Today’s Desktop Infrastructure Challenges2 Benefits of Virtual Client4 Virtual Client Solution Components5 Agenda Why IBM6
    16. 16. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 16 The 5 Layers of Virtual Client Solutions End User Access Network Virtualization Software Datacenter Hardware System Management tools Services
    17. 17. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 17 Thin Client Desktops & Notebooks Low priced and full featured advanced virtual desktop appliances End User Access Network Virtualization Software Datacenter Hardware System Management tools TC10 “Zero” Thin Client  The TC10 is the highest performance desktop access device in the world. It is the first desktop access device that gives the end user a true PC experience with instant screen updates, full multimedia support, and full USB compatibility.  Freed desk space without the heat and noise generated by desktop PCs and workstations  Increased resistance to viruses that can affect traditional remote desktop installations  This Zero Client workstation has no image to manage and connects remotely to datacenters using Teradici’s world-class PC-over-IP™ protocol
    18. 18. © 2010 IBM Corporation Desktop Virtualization on IBM System x & BladeCenter 18 Questions???

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