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VMworld 2013: How To Build Your Hybrid Cloud and Consume the Public Cloud


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VMworld 2013

Chris Colotti, VMware
Michael Roy, VMware

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VMworld 2013: How To Build Your Hybrid Cloud and Consume the Public Cloud

  1. 1. How To Build Your Hybrid Cloud and Consume the Public Cloud Chris Colotti, VMware Michael Roy, VMware PHC4783 #PHC4783
  2. 2. 2 Agenda  Introduction  vCloud Hybrid Service Overview  Why Hybrid Cloud and Public Cloud  Use Cases for Consuming the Public Cloud  Designing Your Hybrid Cloud (Whiteboard)  Migrating to the New Datacenter • vCloud Connector • Data Center Extension (DCE) (aka Stretch Deploy)  Q&A
  3. 3. 3 Introductions Chris Colotti  Senior Technical Marketing Manager  VCDX #37, vCAP-DCD, VCP  Blog:  Twitter: @ccolotti Mike Roy  Technical Marketing Manager  Blog:  Twitter: @mikeroySoft
  4. 4. 4 vCloud Hybrid Service Overview
  5. 5. 5 Bridging the Gap Between the Business and IT Line of Business Requires speed, agility and the ability to innovate IT Team Focused on maintaining reliable, secure infrastructure Two Key Challenges Growing chasm between Business and IT due to lack of agility Lack of trust for business-critical workloads in the public cloud With the Same Solution Common platform that spans private and public cloud, linking them together seamlessly.
  6. 6. 6 vCloud Hybrid Service: Extending To The Cloud VMware vCloud Hybrid Service Your Data Center Any Application… No Changes Software-Defined Data Center VMware vSphere & vCloud Suite Existing & New Apps Seamless Networking Common management One Support call IaaS cloud owned and operated by VMware based on VMware software
  7. 7. 7 Bring Your Own Licenses Bring Your Own VMs Bring Your Own Tools Customer Components VMware vCloud Hybrid Service Hybrid Service Delivery Components Infrastructure Hardware & Facilities Compute Storage Networking & Security OS Catalogs Application Catalogs Infrastructure Management Web Console vCloud API
  8. 8. 8 Why Public and Hybrid Cloud Common Use Cases
  9. 9. 9 Let’s Go Back in Time
  10. 10. 10 Why Should You Examine Public Cloud?  On Premise Capacity Limitations • Physical Space • vSphere Cluster Resources • Storage capacity • Networks  Payment Options • Capital Expense • Monthly Expense • Credit Card  Provider Support • Leverage vSphere and vCloud • Seamlessly Connect to Physical • Leverage SLA’s
  11. 11. 11 Common Use Cases For Public Cloud Resources  On Demand IaaS • Development • Production Seasonal Bursting • Allow user controls  Public Facing Apps • Web Services • Leverage Provider Pipe • Ease of Access  High Availability Services • Redundant Application Access • Failover Location • DRaaS (tricky)  Leverage Multiple vCloud Providers and/or Geo Locations • Multi Data Center
  12. 12. 12 Designing Your Hybrid Cloud Live Whiteboard Design Session
  13. 13. 13 Migrating to the New Data Center vCloud Connector (V2C)
  14. 14. 14 VM Transfer and Synchronization Data Center Extension Automatically extend your data center network, redeploy to the cloud with the same IP address Catalog Sync Automatically ensure you run exactly the same VMs in your data center and in the cloud Performance Optimization Far faster than standard TCP/IP Offline Data Transfer Bulk migration to vCHS from disk Data Center vCloud Hybrid Service
  15. 15. 15 vCenter Client Integration (vCloud Connector)
  16. 16. 16 vSphere Web Client Integration
  17. 17. 17 Story: When Would You Use Stretch Deployed Networks  Application Dependency on IP Address  Application Dependency on MAC Address • Licensing requirement  External Application Interdependencies • Hard Coded IP Addresses • Lack of DNS usage  Existing Security Rules • Switch ACL’s • Existing Firewalls
  18. 18. 18 Story: What Does It Get Me?  Unique feature and functionality  Extend internal network segments to vCloud Hybrid Service (L2) • Not limited to one on premise port group • Stretch as many as you need  Migrate workloads without changing IP addresses • Also Maintains MAC address • Is MAC retention as important as IP retention?  Deploy new workloads in vCloud Hybrid Service on extended network from template. • Needs manual configuration of network IP addresses • Net new workload in cloud on stretched network  No changes to the core routing infrastructure
  19. 19. 19 DCE Logical Architecture (vCD Private Cloud) Stretch1 Local Application vCloud Director (On-Premise) Sharepoint-Routed Network ( vCHS Edge Gateway External Router Sharepoint-Default Routed Network (192.168.109/24) Remote Application vCloud Hybrid Service vSphere Edge Gateway SSLVPN – Port 443 SSLVPN Traffic Stretch2 Stretch-Routed vAPP Network ( vShield Edge Stretch1 Stretch-Routed vAPP Network ( vShield Edge
  20. 20. 20 DCE Logical Architecture (vSphere Private Cloud)
  21. 21. 21 Stretched Network Considerations  Stretched virtual machines use On Premise Network Gateway • All Network traffic traverses VPN • Default Gateway of Migrated VM remains the same  Active Directory Sites and Services • “Stretched” network is part of On Premise Site in AD • DNS/AD calls for vCloud servers will traverse VPN • Cannot split a network between sites  Stretch Once, Migrate many • Single “test” Stretch Deploy VM to create vApp network • Migrate other machines with vCC Copy (Changed MAC Address) • No Guest Customization!  vApp Limitations • 128 Virtual machines per vApp • Single vApp container with power operations
  22. 22. 22 Q&A
  23. 23. 23 Other VMware Activities Related to This Session  Group Discussions: PHC1002-GD vCHS & Hybrid Cloud Experience (migration, operations, management) with Patrick Chang
  24. 24. THANK YOU
  25. 25. How To Build Your Hybrid Cloud and Consume the Public Cloud Chris Colotti, VMware Michael Roy, VMware PHC4783 #PHC4783