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  • TP: This is a comparison between Microsoft Windows and VMware pricing for both standard and enterprise implementations. As you can see, we have one price for both configurations. Vmware’s strategy is to charge for add ons for standard and to bundle these add ons into it’s enterprise edition (VI3) either of which is significantly higher than Microsoft’s price. VI3/ESX includes ESX Server, VMFS, VirtualCenter Agent, Virtual SMP, VMotion, VMware HA, VMware DRS, and Consolidated Backup.Windows Server EE and DC licenses are $2400 Open NL bandKey points: With Microsoft, many of those features are just included… out of the box.. no need for additional licensing and using our platform, requires NO retraining of the multiple IT groups VMware ESX comes at a significant premiumVMware’s pricing model is to charge for everything. ESX would require specialized knowledge from multiple teams (Windows, Storage, Linux)If the customer chooses to use VMware… they would still have to pay for System Center licensing if they want Configuration Manager, DPM, Operations Mgr.Does not include maintenance, support or hardware costs. Deploying ESX with no integration work will affect multiple groups today and require parallel infrastructures for existing VM plant, including training and ad-hoc code workMicrosoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 allows for increased density at a fraction of the cost of ESXRequires NO retraining of the multiple IT groups that look after and use the VM plantContinued hosting of VMs on the Windows platform makes it easier for global operations and engineering coverage of the product, unlike ESX which would require specialized knowledge from multiple teams (Windows, Storage, Linux)Using a Windows solution allows internal teams to productize VMs sooner and integrate the product offering into the distributions channels (i.e. MCM), enabling scale far beyond any one feature.Microsoft Pricing Notes:Virtual Server software available as free download Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition includes 4 free VMs
  • Virtualization 360 - Westcoast

    1. 1. Virtualization 360:Virtualization from the Desktop to the Datacenter<br />Edwin Yuen<br />Product ManagerIntegrated Virtualization Initiative<br /><br />425-707-4756 <br />
    2. 2. What is Virtualization?<br />Without Virtualization<br />With Virtualization<br />Virtualization Issues<br />Virtual Applications<br />Any application on any computer on-demand<br />Infrastructure<br />Applications installed to<br />Specific hardware and OS<br />Virtual Presentation<br />Presentation layer separate from process<br />Interface bound to process <br />Management<br />Operating System assigned<br />to specific hardware<br />Virtual Machine<br />OS can be assigned to any desktop or server<br />Licensing<br />Storage assigned to specific <br />locations<br />Interoperability<br />Virtual Storage<br />Storage and backup over the network<br />Network assigned to specific<br /> locations<br />Support<br />Virtual Network<br />Localizing dispersed resources<br />
    3. 3. Microsoft Virtualization Products<br />A comprehensive set of virtualization products, from the data center to the desktop<br />Assets – both virtual and physical – are managed from a single platform<br />Server Virtualization<br />Presentation Virtualization<br />Management<br />Application Virtualization<br />Desktop Virtualization<br />
    4. 4. Virtualization: <br />Business Benefits<br />Accelerated server provisioning/ consolidation<br />Power/Space reduction<br />App incompatibilities eliminated<br />ROI in often less than 6 months<br />Simplified backup & recovery<br />Business continuity built into model <br />Dynamic provisioning<br />Transformation of physical IT infrastructure (datacenter & desktop) into logical layers<br />Management becomes policy-based, enabling self-managing dynamic systems<br />Reduces<br />TCO<br />Enables<br />Dynamic IT<br />Increases<br />Availability<br />
    5. 5. What's new in the virtualization world<br />
    6. 6. What's new with VMM<br />
    7. 7. New Momentum with VMM<br />Press recognizing the value of VMM!<br />Tech Republic – “Microsoft strikes back with Virtual Machine Manager 2007”<br />IDC Reports sums up the VMM story<br />Besides the additional feature development and heterogeneous support coming in VMM version 2, IDC expects the greatest value to come from the VMM integration with the broader System Center Suite, as this addresses pressing operational issues such as change, configuration, asset, and event management. These expanded capabilities enable IT organizations to attack VM sprawl from a life-cycle perspective.<br />“Microsoft, for the first time in the company’s history, is positioning management as a centerpiece for differentiation and making a significant investment in management product execution and sales training for both direct (enterprise) and indirect small/midmarket channels prior to the release of the core technology (Viridian hypervisor)”<br />
    8. 8. Reduce Total Cost of Ownership<br />Challenges: <br /><ul><li>Underutilized hardware
    9. 9. Excessive power consumption
    10. 10. Expensive space across data
    11. 11. Center or branch office</li></ul>Server Virtualization<br />Solution: Server consolidation through virtualization and physical and virtual machine management<br />Case Study: AtlantiCare<br /><ul><li>Eliminated need to expand or relocate data center
    12. 12. Virtual Server 2005 used to consolidate infrastructure and legacy application servers
    13. 13. Consolidation ratio achieved of 33:2</li></li></ul><li>Reduce Total Cost of Ownership<br />Challenges:<br /><ul><li>Terminal server siloing
    14. 14. Server underutilization</li></ul>Application Virtualization<br />Presentation Virtualization<br />Solution: Enable any applications to run side-by-side on any server at the same time<br />Case Study: Russell Investment Group<br /><ul><li>Consolidated servers by over 40%</li></li></ul><li>Reduce Total Cost of Ownership<br />Challenges:<br /><ul><li>Application incompatibilities
    15. 15. Lengthy testing</li></ul>Application Virtualization<br />App-to-app<br />incompatibilities<br />Solution: Eliminate application conflicts and testing by using desktop and application virtualization<br />Case Study: Alamance Regional Medical Center <br /><ul><li>Eliminated regression testing
    16. 16. Eliminated 5,000 hours of end-user downtime per year</li></ul>Desktop & Presentation<br />Virtualization<br />App-to-OS incompatibilities<br />
    17. 17. Reduce Total Cost of Ownership<br />Challenge:<br />Multiple management tools and learning curves<br />Server Virtualization<br />Application Virtualization<br />Presentation Virtualization<br />Solution: A single management platform:<br />- Seamlessly manage both physical and virtual from the same “pane of glass”<br />- Manage diversified virtualization<br />- Leverage functionality of time-tested management tools<br />Desktop Virtualization<br />Application Virtualization<br />
    18. 18. Increase Availability<br />Challenge:<br />Providing disaster recovery for business continuity for operating systems and applications<br />Backup<br />Solution: Virtualize operating systems and applications – enabling easy backup, replication and moving to available servers<br />Server A<br />Server B<br />
    19. 19. Increase Availability<br />Backup<br />Challenge:<br />Providing disaster recovery for business continuity for operating systems and applications<br />Microsoft System Center<br />Virtual Application<br />Server A<br />Solution: Virtualize operating systems and applications – enabling easy backup, replication and moving to available servers<br />Microsoft System<br />Center Virtual Application<br />Server B<br />
    20. 20. Improve Agility: Turning IT into a Service<br />Challenge:<br />Inability to respond quickly to changing needs at desktops and the datacenter<br />Solution: Dynamic provisioning of servers and desktops are based on real-time needs using a single management platform<br />
    21. 21. Integrated Virtualization Demo<br />
    22. 22. $15,650<br />VMware VI3/ESX: <br />VMware ESX $5750<br />Virtual Center $5000<br />Windows Server $2400<br />VMware VI: <br />VMware ESX $3750<br />Windows: $2400<br />VMware VI Add Ons: <br />Virtual Center $5000<br />Dynamic Resource $2000<br />HA/Clustering $2000<br />Consolidated Backup $500 <br />OR<br />Microsoft: <br />Windows Server EE $2400<br />Server Mgmt Suite $860<br />Virtual Server $0<br /> Windows Server<br /> Windows Server<br /> Windows Server<br />Single server configuration scenario<br />Microsoft vs. VMware Pricing Comparison<br />
    23. 23. Management<br />Licensing<br />Applications <br />Interoperability<br />Infrastructure<br /> Heterogeneous support for Linux<br />VHD Open Specifications Promise<br />Standards EffortsDMTF: Standard APIs for VM managementPCI-SIG: Standards for I/O virtualization<br />Ease consolidationonto virtual infrastructure<br />Better utilizemanagementresources<br />Free up IT spend<br />Instance based licensing for Windows Server<br />Unlimited instances with Windows Server Data Center Edition andSQL Server Enterprise Edition<br />Acceleratedeployment<br />Reduce the costof supportingapplications <br />Turn applications into dynamic, real-time services<br />Virtual Server 2005 and Windows Server 2003 make cost effective virtualization combo<br />Windows Server virtualization is a component of Windows Server “Longhorn”<br />A Multiple Level Approach<br />Support <br />Virtualization Investments<br />
    24. 24. Virtualization Resources<br />Microsoft Virtualization<br />Web:<br />System Center Virtual Machine Manager<br />Email:<br />Web:<br />SoftGrid<br />Email:<br />Web:<br />Terminal Services<br />Blog:<br />Web:<br />Virtual Server 2005 R2<br />Web:<br />Virtual PC 2007<br />Web:<br />Longhorn/Windows Server Virtualization (Hypervisor)<br />Web:<br />