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Get More from Server Virtualization

  1. 1. Get More from Server Virtualization: Tap the App Mark Yohai & Greg O’Connor – Jan 28, 2010
  2. 2. Housekeeping • Please Participate • Use the GoToWebinar controls to ask questions • We’ll take most at the end
  3. 3. First Installment of a 3 part series • Get more from server virtualization – This Webinar • Building the foundation for private/hybrid cloud – Feb 18, 2010 @ 11AM EST • Decreasing TCO with server-side Application Virtualization – Mar 11, 2010 @ 11AM EST • Please Register at www.appzero.com
  4. 4. Today’s Webinar Topics • Benefits and pitfalls of server virtualization • Next Step: server-side application virtualization • Setting the stage for adopting cloud computing
  5. 5. The Business of Server Virtualization VMWare Revenue $2,000,000 $1,800,000 $1,600,000 • VMWare Revenue $1,400,000 $1,200,000 Growth $1,000,000 $800,000 – $700M -> $1.8B $600,000 $400,000 • Doing Something $200,000 $- 2006 2007 2008 right Year Ending
  6. 6. The Appeal of Server Virtualization • Reduced costs • Reduced complexity • Simplified management • Addresses fault / disaster recovery needs • Better utilizes IT resources
  7. 7. What Customers Say Strengthens Business Continuity Easier to Manage.. Easier to Recover Meet its DR Requirement s Address Server Consolidatio n and DR Challenges
  8. 8. What Are the Pitfalls • Virtual Machine Overload SOURCE: Server virtualization: planning and pitfallsBy Garry Kranz, Contributor - SearchDataCenter.com
  9. 9. What Are the Pitfalls • Virtual Machine – "They set up virtual Overload servers to test new applications and keep setting them up and setting them up – until the server blows up because they didn't put a limit on how many virtual servers could be placed on a physical machine“ - Rick Villars IDC SOURCE: Server virtualization: planning and pitfallsBy Garry Kranz, Contributor - SearchDataCenter.com
  10. 10. What Are the Pitfalls • Virtual Machine – “We virtualized servers but didn't get rid of them. Overload We still have all the management and maintenance issues you • Failure to Manage have to contend with when not really consolidating the (physical) servers," Niraj Patel - GMAC. – "There's no point in going to a platform like VMware if your cost of operations is [going to be] increased," Phil Dawson - Gartner. SOURCE: Server virtualization: planning and pitfallsBy Garry Kranz, Contributor - SearchDataCenter.com
  11. 11. What Are the Pitfalls • Virtual Machine – “It's not solely a Overload technical decision and it's not an architecture that • Failure to Manage should be developed in a vacuum without the involvement of • Cultural Resistance the business units," Kris Domich – Dimension Data SOURCE: Server virtualization: planning and pitfallsBy Garry Kranz, Contributor - SearchDataCenter.com
  12. 12. What do we hear? • High Software TCO Its • Long provisioning About times • Low infrastructure The utilization ( still! ) • How to leverage App! Cloud?
  13. 13. Today’s Webinar Topics • Benefits and pitfalls of server virtualization • Next Step: server-side application virtualization • Setting the stage for adopting cloud computing
  14. 14. Virtualization Evolution … Virtual Machines App App App App App App App App App AppZero AppZero OS OS App App App AppZero Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Application OS OS OS OS ESX Server OS ESX Server Physical Server Physical Server Physical Server Physical Server Server App Data Center 1.0 Hypervisor Vision Virtualization Pre - 2001 2001 - 2015 2010-2025 Server App Consolidation Consolidation Continuity/DR App Mobility
  15. 15. How AppZero Helps… AppZero Solution • Isolate Applications from OS – fewer gold images • Isolate Applications from each other – consolidate on fewer OS • Share/Reuse “gold” Application images across many OS instances • Less to manage • Assault SW Lifecycle Costs • Install/Deploy/Patch/Update • Both App + OS • Add a verb to the SW Lifecycle Vocabulary: MOVE • Across Lifecycle Stages • Across Boundaries • Dev • Physical • Test • Virtual • Prd • Datacenter • Cloud 15
  16. 16. Installing an App App Server 2003
  17. 17. Virtualizing an App App VAA App Server 2003
  18. 18. What is a VAA? A Virtual Application Appliance ( VAA ) is a collection of files VAA that includes Everything the App Server 2003 needs … but with ZeroOS
  19. 19. What is a VAA? VAA
  20. 20. VAA’s are 100% Mobile • Server 2003->Server 2008 VAA Server 2003
  21. 21. VAA’s are 100% Mobile • Server 2003->Server 2008 • Physical -> Physical VAA Server 2008
  22. 22. VAA’s are 100% Mobile • Server 2003->Server 2008 • Physical -> Physical • Physical -> VMWare VAA Physical
  23. 23. VAA’s are 100% Mobile • Server 2003->Server 2008 • Physical - Physical • Physical – VMWare • VMWare - HyperV VAA VMWare
  24. 24. VAA’s are 100% Mobile • Server 2003->Server 2008 • Physical - Physical • Physical – VMWare • VMWare – HyperV VAA • Any -> Cloud HyperV
  25. 25. VAA’s are 100% Mobile • Server 2003->Server 2008 • Physical - Physical • Physical – VMWare • VMWare – HyperV VAA • Any -> Cloud • Cloud -> Datacenter Cloud
  26. 26. VAA’s can be Consolidated… • Not only isolated from OS • Isolated from each other • This reduces – Image Sprawl VAA VAA – License Sprawl • OS • Agents • This increases – Utilization/Density
  27. 27. VAA’s can be Layered… VAA
  28. 28. VAA’s can be Layered… VAA VAA
  29. 29. VAA’s can be Layered… VAA VAA
  30. 30. …Layers can be Shared & Reused Identity Separate application layers into Machine Instance discrete entities Machine Output Each VAA contains all that is needed to run its layer including Database config files and registry entries Master DB Instances may be made unique, Runtime Specific such as for IP address, using Application Identity VAAs Database runtime Executables Reuse means much less to manage and better leverage Services
  31. 31. What’s the benefit of Sharing/Reuse? – If I Support 1000 servers ( real or virtual or cloud ) … • 2 Versions of AppServer • 2 Versions of DB • 2 Versions of OS – 500 servers are OS1, the other 500 are OS2 – 500 servers are DB1, the other 500 are DB2 – 250 Servers on OS1 are AppServer 1, 250 AppServer 2 – 250 Servers on OS2 are AppServer 1, 250 AppServer 2 • Traditional Approach • With VAA…. – OS or DB Update – 4 VAA • 1 for each DB Version • Crawl thru 500-1000 Machines • 1 for each AppServer Version – 2 Gold OS Image – AppServer Update • Crawl thru 250-500 Machines • OS or DB Update – Update 1 or 2 Images/VAA • AppServer Update – Update 1 or 2 VAA Reducing the number of things to manage thru the lifecycle simplifies operations and reduces costs ( customers say by 80% or more )
  32. 32. Tap the App: Patch/Update AppZero VAA Virtual Machines Virtualization doesn’t change how OS/App Patches are Managed – Software TCO is the same Single point of Fewer OS application Images to patch/update maintain – Lowers SW Lowers SW TCO TCO
  33. 33. Today’s Webinar Topics • Benefits and pitfalls of server virtualization • Next Step: server-side application virtualization • Setting the stage for adopting cloud computing
  34. 34. Setting the Stage for Cloud Data Center Life Cycle Action Data Center Network Storage Server Pool Instant Provisioning: VAA Catalog No Install/Config App 1 App 1.1 headaches Updates: App 2 App 2.1 Risk and Hassle free Rollback: * Cloud App 3 App 3.1 Simple & Easy Rollbacks Utilization: Dynamic/flexible Application Data Amazon/GoGrid Single Gold Image: Public or Private Reduces errors Stateless: Movement D2C2C
  35. 35. Bringing it all Together VAASQL Data Center NJX90 NJX92 MS Windows 2003 MS Windows 2008 NJX91 MS Windows 2003 VAASQL VAASQL VAASQL EC2 Storage EC2 1 EC2 2 Windows 2003 Windows 2003 GoGrid Storage GoG 1 GoG 1 Windows 2008 Windows 2003
  36. 36. AppZero VAA Summary With AppZero • 100% mobility • Physical, Virtual, Datacenter, Cloud • 80% reduction in Software TCO • speeds time to service business needs • 66% Increase in consolidation ratios • reduce server, image, and license sprawl
  37. 37. Wrap Up • Please join the Next Installment: – Building the foundation for private/hybrid cloud • Feb 18, 2010 @ 11AM EST • Share this recorded session with your colleagues • Available on www.appzero.com
  38. 38. Wrap Up • Ready to take a deeper look? – Contact: sales@appzero.com • Connect directly with us – Mark Yohai – VP Sales and Bus Dev – myohai@appzero.com – Greg O’Connor – CEO – goconnor@appzero.com • Thank you for your Time!

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