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Microsoft Virtualization (Hyper-V 2008 R2)

  1. 1. Microsoft Virtualization <br />(Hyper-V 2008 R2)<br />Christian Millar<br />A+, CTT+, CCNA, MCT, MCDBA, MCSA (2k3) MCSE (2k, 2k3), MCTS, MCITP, MSBS<br /><br />Senior MCT Trainer<br />Free Powerpoint Templates<br />
  2. 2. Overview – Full Agenda!<br />Past and Future Decade<br />Server Virtualization<br />Storage Virtualization<br />Presentation Virtualization<br />Application Virtualization<br />Desktop Virtualization<br />IP Infrastructure<br />Cloud Computing<br />Management-Virtual and Physical Combined<br />Security<br />Innovation<br />
  3. 3. Who am I ?<br /><ul><li>I have been working in IT for the past 15years designing, implementing and maintaining Enterprise, SMB level systems including Server and desktop systems, Small to Enterprise local area networks,
  4. 4. I have worked for both start-up and Fortune 500 companies, Has extensive experience with a wide range of messaging, remote access, disaster recovery, and infrastructure-level services.
  5. 5. Currently hold over 24 certifications from Microsoft and Comptia and Cisco </li></li></ul><li>The Last Decade<br />Intel <br />Leaks x64 <br />(2/2004<br />Intel <br />Core 2 <br />CPU QUAD Core <br />(7-06)<br />Windows 2000 (2/2000)<br />Terminal Services &<br /> Remote Desktop<br />Go Mainstream<br />Virtual PC <br />(8/2003)<br />VMWare<br />ESX Server<br />Toyota<br />Hybrid<br />Car<br />AMD<br />AMD64 <br />(4/03)<br />Atom <br />Processor <br />Netbooks<br />(2008)<br />Application<br />Virtualization<br />(2006)<br />MSFT <br />HyperV<br />(9-04)<br />MSFT <br />Virtual <br />Server <br />(9-04)<br />Bluetooth <br />(2002)<br />3G Mobile<br />Network<br />(9/2004)<br />YouTube<br />(2005)<br />MSFT <br />SCVMM<br />Virtuali-<br />zation<br />Mgmt<br />Twitter<br />2006<br />MSFT <br />Windows <br />2008 R2<br />(10/2009)<br />VDI Virtual <br />Desktop <br />Infrastructure <br />(2009)<br />
  6. 6. The Next Decade<br />The Role of IT Changes…Specialization!<br />Data Explosion Continues!<br />Information when and where you want it<br />Speech, Gestures, Handwriting<br />Advertisements Everywhere!<br />Virtualization extends to the consumer<br />Fast Internet will become an Ultra-Fast Network<br />Wireless Everywhere… Free Public Network<br />Mobile devices grow up!<br />Security – Cat and Mouse Game Continues Hackers Win.<br />New Technologies will be created that we cannot even dream of today!<br />
  7. 7. With Less, Do More<br />
  8. 8. Server Virtualization<br />Mainstream for all (small, med, large)<br />Mega Data Centers<br />Online Services Will Dominate<br />Complexity Get Worse<br />Hardware Capabilities Grow<br />More Players In The Space<br />Leaders Change… Competition breads Innovation<br />Moving Up or Down The Stack?<br />Management: A Whole New World! (more later)<br />
  9. 9. Storage<br />Major Investments in Technical Advances?<br />Complex Today, Simple Tomorrow<br />Tiering of data to manage cost<br />Where is the data? It could be anywhere!<br />Organize and “Easily” Manage Centrally<br />Who Owns it?<br />Storage as Dynamic as Servers are today<br />Massive “Dead” Data (in the cloud)<br />High Definition Media / Large Data<br />
  10. 10. Desktop Virtualization<br />Terminal Services / Presentation Virtualization<br />… Will change thinking<br />Bring the OS to the client or Take the Client to the OS? BOTH?<br />Prices fall, functionality skyrockets<br />The very Old is New AGAIN<br />Mainframe->Client Server->Terminal Server-> VDI<br />Maturity will come fast<br />Adoption… Maybe not so fast<br />VDI as a “secure” solution (Instead of VPN)<br />Hardware Performance Improvements Continue to explode<br />Management changes the game<br />
  11. 11. IP Infrastructure – IPv6 / Bandwidth<br />Internet Bandwidth<br />Wireless EVERYWHERE!<br />What is IPv6 and why it will survive<br />Mobile devices<br />Why Adoption has not happened<br />Consumers will want IPv6<br />Small Businesses will want IPv6<br />Enterprises will want IPv6<br />Ok, so when?<br />
  12. 12. Application Virtualization<br />Applications continue to grow in complexity<br /> Leading to more need for virtualization<br />Deployment GREATLY Simplified<br />Centralized Management familiar tools<br />As prolific as non virtualized applications<br />Virtualization of components (modules) are introduced<br />
  13. 13. Cloud Computing – OS/Data/Services In The Sky<br />Definition of Cloud computing will one day be understood – massive growth assured<br />So much more than just a server in the Cloud… It is the future of virtualization<br />Massive $$$$ investment<br />Online services will dominate the IT World<br />Paying for what you use, not what you THINK you will eventually need<br />Who owns the data?<br />Federal and International Data Laws<br />Availability , Archival, Recoverability<br />Service Agreements<br />What happens to you and I when companies move to the cloud?<br />Automation!!!!, Specialization!!!!<br />Outsourced to the Cloud Provider<br />Small Business Consultants and IT people are most at risk short term<br />Cloud vs On Premise<br />Line will get grey as applications seamlessly work on either/both platforms (Long Term)<br />Eventually, you will not be able to tell the difference<br />The Term “Server” and “Cloud” will be synonymous<br />
  14. 14. Management<br />Automation becomes the holy grail of the virtualization platform. <br />Management MUST encompass all areas of the infrastructure<br />Physical<br />Virtual<br />Online<br />… And All Disciplines<br />Server, Storage<br />Application, Presentation<br />Desktop, Cloud<br />Etc.<br />Microsoft with System Center Virtual Machine Manager has a HUGE head start so I would expect them to be at the very least a top contender. More likely they will be the clear leader.<br />
  15. 15. What CEOs Are Saying: Virtualization Leads<br />Source: Barclays Capital CIO Survey, May 2009<br />
  16. 16. Security<br />Segment Physical from Virtual<br />Different Nics, Different Vlan’s, <br />Different Disk, Etc<br />Outsourcing Security – Specialization may be the answer<br />Companies are not taking security seriously but they are making a HUGE MISTAKE.<br />Security will get more complex as the data moves and the connection paths increase… (remote, local, data center, cloud, federated)<br />Security concerns move in a big way to devices (phone, etc)<br />Centralized Security MAY move to the cloud for consumers (and business?)<br />Safety/recoverability of the data/machine is as important part of the security story<br />Federated Services (LiveID, etc)<br />Keys and passwords stored online for consumers <br />
  17. 17. Innovation Will Continue<br />Virtualization will lead the way to new innovations<br />Chips will get smaller, faster, cheaper<br />Innovations will come in all areas<br />Disk Size and Speed<br />CPU / GPU / Memory <br />Software, Cloud<br />New Devices and Synthetic devices<br />Products and service<br />Will grow at a staggering pace<br />Things we have not even dreamed of<br />Pricing will evolve<br />Virtualization is everywhere and it is not going away, learn It, embrace it, enjoy it and make or save money using it!<br />
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  20. 20. Thank you!<br /><br />