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VMworld 2013: Introduction to the vCloud Suite and the Software-Defined Data Center

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VMworld 2013

Edward Hsu, VMware
Arun Lal, VMware

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VMworld 2013: Introduction to the vCloud Suite and the Software-Defined Data Center

  1. 1. Introduction to the vCloud Suite and the Software- Defined Data Center Edward Hsu, VMware Arun Lal, VMware VSVC5676 #VSVC5676
  2. 2. 2 Overview  Positioning our customers for success in the mobile-cloud era  Software-defined data center and VMware vCloud Suite  vCloud Suite customers – their stories
  3. 3. 3 Entering the Third Generation of IT: The Mobile-cloud era Mainframe Mobile-cloudClient-server
  4. 4. 4 The Mobile-Cloud Era: New challenges for IT • Continuous application development and deployment • Explosion of data volume, velocity and variety • Inefficient Infrastructure Silos • Use of external infrastructure resources New expectations: • Speed • Choice of services
  5. 5. 5 Challenges of today’s IT organizations Fear of Lock-In  Managing heterogeneous IT environments  New applications types e.g. Big data, mobile  Vendor lock-in Inflexibility  Slow time to market  Reactive IT organizations  Rise of “Shadow IT” Inefficiency Downtime  Challenging to meet SLAs  Long issue identification / resolution times  Security and compliance issues  High capex and opex  High complexity, Siloed IT  Operational inefficiencies Traditional New
  6. 6. 6 The road ahead ** Equinix.com blog, Cisco VNI 2011 Gartner 2009 and 2011, IDC 2011 Workloads are doubling every 4 years… …how do we manage this growing complexity? 50x – Data managed within enterprise datacenters 44x – Storage growing from 0.8 ZB to 35 ZB in 2020 26x – Mobile data traffic growth from mobile devices 10x – Servers worldwide growth 5x – IP-based video and real time applications growth 4x – IP traffic growth 2012 By 2015
  7. 7. Succeeding in the mobile-cloud era require key IT capabilities • HW-agnostic and elastic scalability • Automated, dynamic resource assignment with ecosystem integration • Apps & services on-demand, with hybrid control • Cloud infrastructure management 1 2 3 4
  8. 8. Overview  Positioning our customers for success in the mobile-cloud era  Software-defined data center and VMware vCloud Suite  vCloud Suite customers – their stories
  9. 9. 9 Software-Defined Data Center The ideal architecture for private, hybrid and public clouds. All infrastructure is virtualized and delivered as a service, and the control of this data center is entirely automated by software.
  10. 10. 10 Software-Defined data center Compute Software-defined data center: How it works Automation XaaS: Self-service catalog, lifecycle management Operations Management Analytics-based operations enabling self-healing, self-regulating IT Storage & Availability Network & Security Policy-based control & automation of infrastructure services Abstraction & pooling
  11. 11. 11 Software-Defined data center Compute Software-defined data center: Implications for data center domains Automation XaaS: Self-service catalog, lifecycle management Operations Management Analytics-based operations enabling self-healing, self-regulating IT Storage & Availability Network & Security Provide logical and distributed network services e.g.: switching, routing, FW, LB, VPNs x86 virtualization platform: optimize performance for all apps Cover full range of cost / performance storage profiles e.g.: VSAN and virtual volumes
  12. 12. 12 Software-Defined data center Compute Software-defined data center: Top level capabilities Automation XaaS: Self-service catalog, lifecycle management Operations Management Analytics-based operations enabling self-healing, self-regulating IT gu Cloud management 4 Storage & Availability Network & Security Policy-based control & automation of infrastructure services Abstraction & pooling HW agnostic & elastic 1 Apps & services on-demand, with hybrid control 3 Dynamic resource assignment 2
  13. 13. 13 Traditional IT pain points New IT pain points Software-defined data center: Addressing IT challenges of the mobile-cloud era Inflexibility Fear of Lock-InInefficiency Downtime Choice Your data center, your terms Virtualization economics, across your data center Control Business-aware IT control Agility Apps at Business Speed
  14. 14. 14 Software-Defined data center Compute VMware vCloud Suite: vSphere-based private cloud based on the SDDC architecture Automation Operations Management Storage & Availability Network & Security vCenter Operations Management Suite vCloud Automation Center vCloud Director vSphere vCenter Site Recovery Manager Virtual SAN vCloud Network and Security NSX vCloud Suite components
  15. 15. 15 CloudManagementCloudInfrastructure vCloud Suite 5.5 Edition Lineup Licensed per CPU vSphere Enterprise Plus • Virtualized infrastructure with policy-based automation Disaster Recovery Automation • Automated disaster recovery planning, testing, and execution Cloud Automation • Application and data services – Application provisioning, changes and data • Governance – Approvals, reclamation, cost profile and transparency • Extensibility – Infrastructure integrations, workflows and customizations • Infrastructure provisioning and management SRM Enterprise Networking and Security • Scalable networking and virtualization-aware security vCloud Net & Sec vCloud Net & SecvCloud Net & Sec vSphere Enterprise Plus vSphere Enterprise Plus vSphere Enterprise Plus Operations Management • Application Monitoring – OS, middleware, databases • OS-level change, configuration and regulatory compliance management • Extensibility – Adapters for 3rd party OS and application monitoring tools • Extensibility – Adapters for 3rd party Infrastructure monitoring tools • vSphere hardening, change and configuration management • Application Awareness – Discovery dependency mapping • Chargeback – Cost metering and reporting • Operations Dashboard – Health Monitoring and Performance Analytics • Capacity Management – Planning and Optimization vCOPS Advanced vCOPS Enterprise vCAC Ent Updated Q3 2013 vCOPS Standard vCAC AdvvCAC Std Virtualized Datacenters • Virtualized datacenters and public cloud extensibility vCD, vCCvCD, vCCvCD, vCC EnterpriseAdvancedStandard
  16. 16. Overview  Positioning our customers for success in the mobile-cloud era  Software-defined data center and VMware vCloud Suite  vCloud Suite customers – their stories
  17. 17. 18 Michael Leeper Director of IT
  18. 18. 19 Michael Lebiedzinski Director of Private Cloud Engineering
  19. 19. 20 Alex Freixas Vice President, Worldwide Information Systems
  20. 20. 21 Questions and Answers with Customers Michael Leeper Director of IT Michael Lebiedzinski Director of Private Cloud Engineering Alex Freixas Vice President, WW Information Systems
  21. 21. 22 Traditional IT pain points New IT pain points Software-defined data center: Addressing IT challenges of the mobile-cloud era Inflexibility Fear of Lock-InInefficiency Downtime Choice Your data center, your terms Virtualization economics, across your data center Control Business-aware IT control Agility Apps at Business Speed
  22. 22. 23 Other VMware Activities Related to This Session  HOL: HOL-SDC-1313 vCloud Suite Use Cases - Infrastructure Provisioning (IaaS) HOL-SDC-1307 vCloud Automation Solutions  Group Discussions: VSVC1006-GD vCloud Suite and SDDC with Tom Stephens
  23. 23. THANK YOU
  24. 24. Introduction to the vCloud Suite and the Software- Defined Data Center Edward Hsu, VMware Arun Lal, VMware VSVC5676 #VSVC5676

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