Andik SusiloMost Valuable Professional (MVP)Data Center Engineer and Cloud Service Consultan http://www.infinyscloud.com/ http://www.telkomcloud.com Email: email@example.com
Wikipedia, Cloud computing is computation,software, data access, and storage services that donot require end-user knowledge of the physicallocation and configuration of the system that deliversthe services. Parallels to this concept can be drawnwith the electricity grid where end-users consumepower resources without any necessaryunderstanding of the component devices in the gridrequired to provide the service.
SaaS Software as a Service PaaS Platform as a Service IaaSInfrastructure as a Service
Software delivery model • Increasingly popular with SMEs • No hardware or software to manage • Service delivered through a browserAdvantages • Pay per use • Instant Scalability • Security • Reliability • APIs Commercial Services:Examples • Salesforce.com • CRM • Emailcloud • Financial Planning • Telkom Collaboration • Human Resources • C2 (Communication & • Word processing Collaboration) Infinyscloud
Platform delivery model • Platforms are built upon Infrastructure, which is expensive • Estimating demand is not a science! • Platform management is not fun!Popular services • Storage • Database • Scalability • VPSExamples • Google App Engine • TelkomVPS • Mosso • SQL server add on • AWS: S3 • Cloud Server Infinyscloud
Computer infrastructure delivery modelAccess to infrastructure stack: • Full OS access • Firewalls • Routers • Load balancingAdvantages • Pay per use • Instant Scalability • Security • Reliability • APIsExamples • Flexiscale •TelkomVPS • AWS: EC2 •Cloud Server Infinyscloud
Advantages • Lower cost of ownership • Reduce infrastructure management responsibility • Allow for unexpected resource loads • Faster application rolloutCloud Economics • Multi-tenant • Virtualisation lowers costs by increasing utilisation • Economies of scale afforded by technology • Automated update policy
With Hyper-V, its easier than ever to take advantage ofthe cost savings of virtualization through Windows Server2008 R2. Optimize your server hardware investments byconsolidating multiple server roles as separate virtualmachines running on a single physical machine, efficientlyrun multiple different operating systems in parallel, on asingle server, and fully leverage the power of x64computing.
A multiple level approachInfrastructure Interoperability Management Licensing Applications Create agility Support Ease Deliver Accelerate Better utilize heterogeneity consolidation cost- deployment server across the onto virtual effective, Reduce the resources datacenter infrastructure flexible and cost of OSP (Open Better utilize simplified supporting Partner with licensing AMD and Specification management applications Intel Promise) resources Turn apps VHD and Free up IT into dynamic, HyperCall spend real-time services
Description Hypervisor-based virtualization platform A role of Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard, Enterprise and Datacenter Editions Stand-alone Hyper-V Server R2 available tooHardware Requirements x64 server with hardware assisted virtualization AMD AMD-V or Intel VT Hardware enabled Data Execution Prevention (DEP) required AMD (NX no execute bit) Intel (XD execute disable) Note: Enabling these BIOS features requires powering down (not rebooting) the server to take effect
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Microsoft Capabilities Hyper-V Server EE, DC Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 2008 (Hyper-V role) Number of Logical 24 64 64 processors supported Number of Sockets Up to 4 Up to 8 Up to 8 = EE | Up to 64 = DC (Licensing) Memory Up to 32 GB Up to 1 TB Up to 1TB VM Migration None Quick and Live migration Quick and Live Migration Number of VMs per 32 (server workloads) 32 (server workloads) Not applicable node in a cluster 64 (VDI workloads) 64 (VDI workloads)Virtualization Rights for EE = 4 VMs Windows Server 2008 0 0 DC = unlimited VMs guests Up to 192, or as manyNumber of running VM Up to 384 or as many as physical Up to 384, or as many as as physical resources Guests resources allow physical resources allow allow
Hyper-V Architecture Provided by: OS ISV / IHV / OEM Microsoft Hyper-V Microsoft / XenSource Parent Partition Child Partitions VM Worker Processes Applications Applications Applications Applications WMI Provider User VM Service Mode Windows Server Windows Server Non-Hypervisor Xen-Enabled Linux 2008 2003, 2008 Aware OS Kernel Windows Windows Linux Kernel Kernel VSC VSC IHV Drivers VSP VMBus Kernel VMBus Emulation Hypercall Adapter Mode Windows hypervisor Ring -1 “Designed for Windows” Server Hardware
Add role Hyper-vCreate Virtual MachineInstalling OS on VMProcessor StuffRam StuffDisk StuffSnapshotVirtual NetworkP2V