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VMware: my jsme “software defined”

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Marek Bražina, Senior Systems Engineer, VMware
Virtualization Forum 2014, Prague, 22.10.2014

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VMware: my jsme “software defined”

  1. 1. The Future of IT is Software-Defined Marek Brazina Sr. Enterprise Management SE Eastern Europe
  2. 2. VMware Delivers: The Foundation for the Software-Defined Enterprise Traditional Modern Applications Apps SaaS Software-Defined Data Center Hybrid Cloud End-User Computing 2
  3. 3. VMware’s Vision for End-User Computing PCs, Laptops Thin Clients Tablets, Smartphones Desktop Management and Delivery Enterprise Mobility Management and Security Mission: Secure Virtual Workspace for Work at the Speed of Life Desktop Laptop Tablet Phone Machine VMware vForum 2014 3
  4. 4. VMware’s Vision for the Software-Defined Data Center Transform storage by aligning it with app demands Management tools give way to automation Expand virtual compute to all applications Virtualize the network for speed and efficiency VMware vSphere® VMware NSX™ VMware Virtual SAN™ Virtual Volumes VMware vRealize™ Compute Network Storage Management Software-Defined Data Center
  5. 5. Software-Defined Data Center: IT Outcomes CapEx Reduction OpEx Reduction Improved Security to Effort Ratio Higher Availability Improved Service Delivery Time 5 Data Center Virtualization and Standardization Security Controls Native to Streamlined and Infrastructure Automated Data Center Operations App and Infrastructure Delivery Automation High Availability and Resilient Infrastructure
  6. 6. Software-Defined Data Center: IT Outcomes Data Center Virtualization and Standardization Security Controls Native to Streamlined and Infrastructure Automated Data Center Operations App and Infrastructure Delivery Automation High Availability and Resilient Infrastructure 6
  7. 7. Data Center Virtualization and Standardization Before Customer Experience High Equipment Costs Windows Linux Proprietary Hardware Mission Critical Silos Big-Data Manual Operations 7
  8. 8. Data Center Virtualization and Standardization Before Customer Experience 8
  9. 9. Data Center Virtualization and Standardization After Customer Experience Unit Costs Comparable to Amazon, Google… 9
  10. 10. Data Center Virtualization and Standardization After Customer Experience Unit Costs Comparable to Amazon, Google… Standardized Infrastructure for Traditional and New App Types 10
  11. 11. Data Center Virtualization and Standardization After Customer Experience Unit Costs Comparable to Amazon, Google… Standardized Infrastructure for Traditional and New App Types 11 Hybrid Cloud Extensibility
  12. 12. Software-Defined Data Center: IT Outcomes Data Center Virtualization and Standardization Security Controls Native to Streamlined and Infrastructure Automated Data Center Operations App and Infrastructure Delivery Automation High Availability and Resilient Infrastructure 12
  13. 13. Streamlined and Automated Data Center Operations Before Customer Experience Overprovisioning of VMs and Resources Long Mean Time to Issue Resolution Overprovisioned VMs Idle VMs Undersized VMs Right-sized VMs 13 Unnecessary CAPEX from Over-purchasing Hardware Lack of Infrastructure Visibility
  14. 14. Streamlined and Automated Data Center Operations After Customer Experience Efficient Operations reduce OpEx of IT management Unified Management of Infrastructure and Overprovisioned VMs Idle VMs Undersized VMs Right-sized VMs Good health Bad health Abnormal health 14 ImproveOd pPtiemrfiozremd aPnecrefo armnda Ancveo idaendd DCiaspruapctitioyn Apps Faster Mean Time to Issue Resolution
  15. 15. Software-Defined Data Center: IT Outcomes Data Center Virtualization and Standardization Security Controls Native to Streamlined and Infrastructure Automated Data Center Operations App and Infrastructure Delivery Automation High Availability and Resilient Infrastructure 15
  16. 16. Network Virtualization Overview Compute Virtualization Abstraction Layer Physical Infrastructure • Provisioning is slow • Placement is limited • Mobility is limited • Hardware dependent • Operationally intensive 16
  17. 17. • Programmatic provisioning • Place any workload anywhere • Move any workload anywhere • Decoupled from hardware • Operationally efficient Network Virtualization Overview Compute Virtualization Abstraction Layer Physical Infrastructure Provisioning is slow Placement is limited Mobility is limited Hardware dependent intensive Software Defined Data Center One Network Virtualization Abstraction Layer 17
  18. 18. Security Controls Native to Infrastructure Before Customer Experience Traditional Data Center High CapEx: Physical DMZ/Firewalls Web VLAN to Manage Security Zones App VLAN HR Finance Finance HR Services/Manageme nt VLAN DB VLAN Services Mgmt Finance HR Perimeter firewall Inside firewall Adding New Zones, Security Granularity Increases Admin OpEx 18
  19. 19. Security Controls Native to Infrastructure After Customer Experience 1/2 (Micro Segmentation) NSX Data Center Perimeter firewall HR Group DMZ/Web App DB Finance Group DMZ/Web App DB Services/Management Group Services Mgmt Reduced Number of Firewalls While Increasing Security Separation, Reduces Firewall CapEx Virtualized Network and Security Services Tied to Workloads, Reduce Admin OpEx 19
  20. 20. Next Level in Data Center Network Security Perimeter-centric network security has proven insufficient and micro-segmentation is operationally infeasible in a traditional physical network environment Internet Micro-segmentation via NSX Traditional Approach Internet 20
  21. 21. Software-Defined Data Center: IT Outcomes Data Center Virtualization and Standardization Security Controls Native to Streamlined and Infrastructure Automated Data Center Operations App and Infrastructure Delivery Automation High Availability and Resilient Infrastructure 21
  22. 22. High Availability and Resilient Infrastructure Before Customer Experience 22 Slow and unreliable recovery times Increased CapEx due to duplicate server HW High CapEx on storage HW for data protection High OpEx because of management silos Site A Site B
  23. 23. High Availability and Resilient Infrastructure After Customer Experience 23 Site A Site B Reduced CapEx on HW at both sites Minimal downtime from local or site failures Lower OpEx to manage app availability and data protection Flexible deployment models for DR
  24. 24. Software-Defined Data Center: IT Outcomes Data Center Virtualization and Standardization Security Controls Native to Streamlined and Infrastructure Automated Data Center Operations App and Infrastructure Delivery Automation High Availability and Resilient Infrastructure 24
  25. 25. App and Infrastructure Delivery Automation Before Customer Experience Capacity Provisioning Integration Validation 25
  26. 26. App and Infrastructure Delivery Automation Rapid Application Delivery with Policy-Based Infrastructure Automation Request Approve Provision Manage Service blueprints 26
  27. 27. Software-Defined Data Center IT Outcomes: Summary Data Center Virtualization and Standardization Security Controls Native to Streamlined and Infrastructure Automated Data Center Operations App and Infrastructure Delivery Automation High Availability and Resilient Infrastructure CapEx Reduction OpEx Reduction Improved Security to Effort Ratio Higher Availability Faster Time-to-Market 27
  28. 28. 28 Key Features • Builds on trusted technology: – vSphere + Virtual SAN + Log Insight + EVO:RAIL Engine • Prescribed 2U/4N platform from qualified partners • Automated scale out up to 4 HCIAs • Time to value to first VM as little as 15 minutes • Non disruptive patch & upgrade • Primary use cases: Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Appliance (HCIA) x4 x3 x2 x1 TOR Switch ROBO Virtual Private Cloud VDI General Purpose
  29. 29. Fully Configured and Ready within (as Little as) 15 Minutes 29
  30. 30. Simplify Operations • Fully automated installation and configuration • Globally configure: – Passwords – NTP servers – Syslog servers – Time zone 30
  31. 31. Automatic Scale Out • Scales out to 4 EVO:RAIL HCIAs in a cluster for version 1.0 – 4 EVO:RAIL appliances = 16 ESXi hosts • Provides peer awareness through IPv6 auto-discovery and mDNS • Add new appliance to existing environment with 1 click 31
  32. 32. Zero Downtime Upgrade and Patch Management • Upgrades and patches with no workload downtime • Update full clusters in just a couple of clicks – vCenter Server, ESXi, EVO:RAIL engine 32
  33. 33. Easy VM Management • Same ease of management for virtual machines! • Highly intuitive, minimizes clicks 33
  34. 34. Easy Hardware Monitoring 34
  35. 35. Questions? 35

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