VMWARE Professionals - Foundation Hybrid Clouds and Costs


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  • Now, you saw all these clouds right, I think then you might be also thinking is how hard is it to connect to these clouds, you know basically we connect to three types of connections you can think about, the cloud to complete connection, one is VMM, the Virtual Machine Manager, here basically the requirement is you need to be able to be the administrator for the VMM, so basically when you connect to the VMM and the cloud there is a two way trust between the App Controller Server and the VMM Server. And when you want to connect to a service provider all you need is a management certificate and service endpoint URL and I’ll show you exactly what that means. And for when you want to connect to Windows Azure all you need is a management certificate and a subscription ID that you’re going to manage.
  • Today we are seeing a lot of customers not only on the infrastructure that they are developing inside the datacenters but are relying more and more on service providers and hosters to provide them this capacity as needed. In System Center 2012 SP1 we have made significant enhancements in investments so that service providers and hosters can use the capabilities that we provided as a part of System Center 2012 and System Center 2012 SP1 and using shared infrastructure provide isolated environment Service Provider Foundation provides a REST based API over one or more virtual machine manager servers and provides customers with the ability to access their capacity across these multiple VMM servers using a REST interface. You can have multiple tenants, tenant A and tenant B in this case who can access their capacity which may be sitting on shared infrastructure on VMM but are isolated from the perspective of each of these tenants.
  • Okay, in addition we’ll also show you how to actually migrate your virtual machines to Windows Azure basically you can copy your virtual machine, the reason I say copy is because it doesn’t actually delete the machine from the VMM so it actually copies the virtual machine that you have on premise into the public cloud and very easy with a click.
  • VMWARE Professionals - Foundation Hybrid Clouds and Costs

    1. 1. Microsoft Virtual Academy
    2. 2. Microsoft Virtual Academy Part 1 | Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V &. VMware vSphere 5.1 Part 2 | System Center 2012 SP1 & VMware’s Private Cloud (01) Introduction & Scalability (05) Introduction & Overview of System Center 2012 (02) Storage & Resource Management (06) Application Management (03) Security, Multi-tenancy & Flexibility (07) Cross-Platform Management (04) High-Availability & Resiliency (08) Foundation, Hybrid Clouds & Costs ** MEAL BREAK **
    3. 3. Microsoft Virtual Academy
    4. 4. Scalability, Performance & Density Security & Multitenancy Flexible Infrastructure High Availability & Resiliency Host: 320 LP | 4TB Host: 1024 VMs VM: 64 vCPU | 1TB VM: 64TB VHDX Cluster: 64 | 8,000 Virtual Fiber Channel 4K Disk Support ODX QoS Extensible Switch: PVLANS ARP/ND Spoofing DHCP Guard Monitoring Mirroring DVMQ | SR-IOV IPsec Task Offload BitLocker Live Migration Storage Migration Shared-Nothing LM Network Virtualization Incremental Backup Hyper-V Replica NIC Teaming Cluster: 64 | 8,000 Secure Cluster Storage Enhanced CSV 3 Level Availability Priority & Affinity Hyper-V: A More Complete Virtualization Platform
    5. 5. Tenant A Tenant B Service Provider Tenant A Users Tenant A Admin Tenant A Self-Service User Roles VM Networks, Templates, VHDs, Allowed Actions Tenant A Tenant Admin User Role Tenant B Users Tenant B Admin Tenant B Self-Service User Roles VM Networks, Templates, VHDs, Allowed Actions Tenant B Tenant Admin User Role Gold Cloud Synced User Roles VMM 1 Synced User Roles VMM 2 Synced User Roles VMM3 Production Cloud Dev Cloud Test Cloud European Cloud REST API AUTHENTICATION & AUTHORIZATION AGGREGATION, TENANT MANAGEMENT, STAMP MANAGEMENT RESOURCES, ACTIONS ORCHESTRATION & PROCESS SERVICE PROVIDER FOUNDATION SPF Database Stamps Tenants User Roles Tenant A Production (Quota) Tenant A Dev (Quota) Tenant A Test (Quota) Tenant B Production (Quota) Tenant B Dev (Quota) Tenant B Test (Quota)
    6. 6. 15:1 VM to Host Ratio 34 Hosts 2 CPU w/ 16 Cores Windows Server licensing additional Comprehensive Management 68 CPUs of Windows Server Datacenter
    7. 7. 68 CPUs Hyper-V Server $0 68 CPUs System Center 2012 $122,638* Total Cost $122,638 Provides complete infrastructure management including: Application Performance Management, Self-Service, Backup & Application Protection, IT Service Management & Service Catalog, Orchestration and much more… * Microsoft Pricing: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/system-center/datacenter-management-buy.aspx - correct as of 12/31/2012
    8. 8. 68 CPUs vCloud Suite Ent $781,660* vCenter Server $4,995* Total Cost $786,655 + S&S Costs, without S&S, $786,655 yet lacks true ITIL-based service management, granular workload protection, comprehensive in-guest management, DevOps capabilities and 3rd Party integration… Over 6x more expensive than the Microsoft solution * VMware Pricing: http://www.vmware.com/products/datacenter-virtualization/vcloud-suite/pricing.html, http://www.vmware.com/products/vcenter-server/buy.html - correct as of 12/31/2012
    9. 9. Deep technical content and free product evaluations Expert-led, no cost, hands- on technical training events Free, online, technical courses Download Microsoft software trials today. Find an IT Camp near you. Take a free online course. Technet.microsoft.com/evalcenter Technet.microsoft.com/globalitcamps microsoftvirtualacademy.com
    10. 10. ©2013 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Office, Azure, System Center, Dynamics and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.