Desktop Virtualization and the Consumerization of IT

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Presented at InnoTech Austin on October 20, 2011. For details on InnoTech, visit www.innotechconferences.com

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Desktop Virtualization and the Consumerization of IT

  1. 1. What’s New in vSphere 5 09-23-2011
  2. 2. Agenda Journey To The Cloud Why are you considering DV? The Post PC Era The different Types of DVwww.sigmasolinc.com
  3. 3. Journey To The Cloud… 2014+ Virtualization 3.0 (Cloud Computing) The fully virtualized datacenter spans internal and external cloud adaptive, intelligent infrastructure service oriented (IT as a service) Virtualization 2.0  Integrated cloud management 2010  Utility billing/chargeback  Holistic monitoring/diagnosis  Automation and Orchestration  Cross-hypervisor management  Self-service portals  External cloud federation  Storage virtualization  Platform as a Service Virtualization 1.0  Client hypervisors  Virtualization-aware  Tier-1 Applications applications  Unplanned downtime  Mobility  VDI  Consumerization of IT  Resource  Converged Infrastructures optimization …Operational Savings  Policy-based management  Business continuity  Network/IO virtualization  Application Virtualizationwww.sigmasolinc.com
  4. 4. Communications Evolution Enterprise Data 1950 1970 1970 1970 Telephone Fax Email Socialwww.sigmasolinc.com
  5. 5. Market Dynamics
  6. 6. People Are Working Differently
  7. 7. Post PC Era Has Begun
  8. 8. It’s All About Policy
  9. 9. Market Dynamics Quantifiable QualifiablePC Replacement Savings Improved Data and Endpoint SecurityIT support cost savings from fewer Improved User Experienceproblems and faster resolutionImproved worker productivity due to Better Business Continuity andreduced PC downtime and greater Disaster Recoverydesktop mobilityElectricity savings from Thin Client and Enhanced Business Agility, e.g. moreZero Client efficient outsourcing projectsGreater IT staff efficiency due to Ability to spend more time onstreamlined desktop management strategic projects
  10. 10. Why are you considering DV? • Windows 7 Migration • Cost savings and green IT • Helpdesk efficiency / desktop management  PC lifecycle Management  User Experience  Cloud integration  BC/DR  BYODwww.sigmasolinc.com
  11. 11. Why Put The Desktop in the Datacenter • Management • Access • Performance • Security • Single Instance Block Levelwww.sigmasolinc.com
  12. 12. Desktop Virtualization Types
  13. 13. User Profiling Mobile Users Types Of Users Task Users Client Terminal Hypervisor Streaming VDI Server / Blade Type 1 & 2 Workstations Application Virtualizationwww.sigmasolinc.com
  14. 14. Server & Desktop Virtualization: “not a mini me…” • Server Virtualization is about Consolidation, Containment & Availability • Desktop Virtualization is about Standardization & Customization • Desktops will always have exceptions • Not much CapEx savings, but Significant OpEx savingswww.sigmasolinc.com
  15. 15. BYOD • Bring, Your Own Device • Save on costs • Maximize user experience • Supportability • Access to corporate network • Private and corporate data mix • Hardware ownership • Encryption • Data ownershipwww.sigmasolinc.com
  16. 16. VDI: Server-Hosted Virtual Desktops • VMs reside on servers in the data center • Server-based computing model • Centralized management, access, performance, and security • VDI “secret sauce”: – Storage – Management – User Personalizationwww.sigmasolinc.com
  17. 17. VDI: Server-Hosted Virtual Desktops • Ease of management • Power savings • Replace broken hardware with Thin Clients • Support savings • Use of existing hardware • Business continuity • Backups • Device independence • Sensitive applicationswww.sigmasolinc.com
  18. 18. Client Hypervisors – Type 1 • Standardized HAL • Reduce initial investment • Single Windows image • Multiple VMs • Enable BYOC • Swap user machine • Easier management and updatewww.sigmasolinc.com
  19. 19. Client Hypervisors – Type 2 • Reliance on general-purpose OS • Double, triple, or quadruple number of managed VMs • Patching • Upgrading • Antiviruswww.sigmasolinc.com
  20. 20. Application Virtualization • Legacy Application Support • Reduced Storage Requirements • Reduce/Eliminate Application Conflicts • Centralized Management • Centralized Distribution • Not all apps can be virtualizedwww.sigmasolinc.com
  21. 21. Twitter: @ekhnaser Elias Khnaser:EKhnaser@sigmasolinc.com

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