Presentaties seminar
De virtuele realiteit

28 september 2010
Groot Kievitsdal, Baarn
Programma
 09.00 uur              Ontvangst

 10.00 uur – 10.15 uur Voorwoord

 10.15 uur – 11.15 uur Desktopvirtualisatie...
Voorwoo
rd
VOORWOORD
Desktopvirtualisatie: De laatste ontwikkelingen


Willem van Engeland
VMware Systems Engineer




Confidential
           ...
Agenda



• The VMware approach on End-User Computing
• What’s new in View 4.5
    • Local Mode
    • Windows 7 support
  ...
Virtualization & Cloud Management: VMware Approach


                                   End-User Computing Management
    ...
What’s new in View 4.5




                         © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
VMware View 4.5 – Deliver desktops as a managed service


                             Platform
                         V...
Local Mode: Mobility & Bring Your Own Computer

View Client with Local Mode (Type 2 Hypervisor)

 Virtual desktop is chec...
VMware View System Requirements

   Connection S
    C     ti Server O
                    Operating S t
                ...
View Client for Mac OS




 View Client for Mac OS
  View Client supported on Mac OS 10.5
   or greater
  Mac user acces...
Endpoint Device Flexibility                             User Experience


     Desktop PC/Laptop   Thin Client/Zero Client...
Thinapp Entitlement in View 4.5




     View Manager allows you to define UNC
     locations as “Application Repositories...
Thinapp Entitlement in View 4.5




     V1




     Applications can then be assigned to
     desktops, or pools of deskt...
Thinapp Entitlement in View 4.5

         Deployed          Streamed
         Thinapps        Thinapps stay
     are copie...
Full Internet Explorer 6 Support on Win 7 and 2008 R2
     • Easily create IE6 packages.
                         packages...
Location Based Printing


                                            Floor 3
Details
 Automatically connect View desktop...
Kiosk Mode


     Overview
      Support for public or shared end-point
                                    end point
   ...
Why PCoIP protocol does well on WAN
      PC IP protocol uses h t id rendering t avoid client redirection l t
       PCoI...
vShield Endpoint
Endpoint Security for Virtual Data Centers and Cloud Environments



            Improves performance and...
Optimized Cloud Infrastructure Platform

 Support for vSphere 4.1 & vCenter 4.1
 Scalability: Built for the largest desk...
Project Horizon




22
Project Horizon: Organization Directory Services




23
Project Horizon: One Click New User Creation




24
Project Horizon: Application Pre-Configuration




25
Project Horizon: Server Application Configuration




26
Project Horizon: Server App Deployment




27
28
Sequoia
     Portal
     P t l




29
Sequoia
     Portal
     P t l




30
Demo time




31
VMware View 4.5 Pricing and Packaging


                                    View Enterprise   View Premier

     vSphere f...
Thank You

     Questions?




33
NetApp in
N tA i een
g
gevirtualiseerde
omgeving
Rogier van der Ven
Pre-sales consultant




For NetApp internal and autho...
NetApp Storage
Essential for Virtual Desktop Solutions
                 Performance:
                     – Better end-us...
The Essential for Storage for VMware View




                                      Performance




© 2010 NetApp. All rig...
Desktop performance

                 Users Performance:
                     – Light/medium/heavy


                 Ap...
Storage Impact on Desktop Performance




                                                                                ...
NetApp Eliminates Boot & Log On Storms


                                                             Boot time decreases ...
Better User Experience

20 Minutes
After Install                         The first 30 minutes of operation
               ...
Write Performance VDI


 RAID 5
   – >4 IOPS writes (better with write cache)
 RAID 10
   – 2 IOPS writes


 RAID DP an...
Solving the VDI Performance challenge
Customer       Regional bank running 1000+ View Desktops with major
 Example       p...
The Essential for Storage for VMware View




                                      Cost-Effective
                       ...
Deduplication: Essential for View




                                      App   AppDuplicate
                           ...
FAS Deduplication: Function

                 Data




                                      Deduplication
               ...
Reducing Capacity for Virtual Desktops

                                                     Deduplicate virtual desktops...
Sizing for Performance and Capacity

                     16000
                                                          ...
The Essential for Storage for VMware View




                                      Management




© 2010 NetApp. All righ...
A New Model of Management

Storage Admin
 Delegate storage operations
 Create resource pools
                  p

VI Adm...
Management via Integration


                                      RCU provisioning
                                      ...
The Rapid Cloning Utility Plug-in
 Manages storage options
       Enable dedupe
       Enable thin provisioning


 Res...
The Rapid Cloning Utility Plug-in
 Instant cloning of VMs
       Virtual servers
       Virtual desktops
       Deskto...
The Virtual Storage Console Plug-in
 Audits and Automates the storage
  configuration settings of ESX/ESXi
  hosts
     ...
The Virtual Storage Console Plug-in
 Reports storage utilization to VI
  Admins
       SAN & NAS
 Transparency through
...
The Virtual Storage Console Plug-in
 Reports storage array faults to VI
  Admins
     Shares state of
      infrastructu...
VM Insight vCenter Plug-in
 Add on module for SANScreen
 Monitors and maps V2P
                 p
  architecture
      ...
Centralized Backup and Recovery

 Recovery from User error/Software bug
      –   Restore desktop to previous state
     ...
Business Continuance for Desktops

      Instant backup and recovery
     T
      Transparent recovery from component fa...
The Essential for Storage for VMware View




                                      Storage as Flexible as
               ...
Unified Storage for Desktop and Data


                                             Unified storage for virtual desktops
...
The Broadest Range of Unified Storage

 Unified storage – NFS, CIFS, FC SAN, FCoE and iSCSI
C
 Common software, interfac...
Summary




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Project desktop virtualisatie in actie

Reinoud Reynders, IT Manager Infrastructure & Operations
Agenda
 g
• Wie zijn wij
         j    j
• Fat client vs Thin client binnen UZ
  Leuven
• Waarom het bij VDI wel zou lukke...
Universitaire Ziekenhuizen Leuven




                                65
UZ Leuven
• Grootste ziekenhuis van België:
                             g
  – 2000 bedden
  – 8500 personeelsleden
  – 5 ...
Belangrijkste applicaties
     g j       pp
• KWS
    – Elektronisch medisch dossier+
    – Bijna volledig in huis gemaakt...
Fat client vs thin client
• Reeds in 1998:
  –O d
   Onderzocht voor gebruik van thi client
           ht        b ik     ...
Fat client vs Thin client
• Zeer hoge ROI
• Niet aanvaardbaar
  door onze gebruikers

• Oplossing: de PC
  beheren als een...
Waarom zou het lukken met VDI?
• Belangrijke technologische
       g j            g
  ontwikkelingen:
  – Deduplicatie op ...
Project aanpak
   j       p
• Fase I: spelen en de j
           p           juiste
  componenten kiezen:
  – VMWARE View 4...
Project aanpak
   j       p
• Fase II: selecteer de juiste piloot
   – We hebben het ons moeilijk gemaakt:
      • Zeer kr...
Project aanpak
   j       p
• Enkele leuke uitdagingen op intensieve
                    g g     p
  – Zeker de juiste pat...
Project aanpak
   j       p
• Fase II+: enkele leuke zaakjes
                             j
  meegenomen:
  – Mac wordt ni...
Project aanpak
   j       p
• Fase III: evaluatie:
  – Op dit ogenblik
  – Opmaken financieel plaatje
Enkele uitdagingen
            g g
• Windows XP gaat goed,
  maar Vista en Windows 7
  stukken moeilijker
• Storage: hoe s...
Toekomst
• Verder uitrol op intensieve
  zorgen en operatie kwartier.
• PICS: Patient Informatie en
  Communicatie Systeem...
Vragen
   g
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Presentaties seminar de virtuele realiteit

  1. 1. Presentaties seminar De virtuele realiteit 28 september 2010 Groot Kievitsdal, Baarn
  2. 2. Programma 09.00 uur Ontvangst 10.00 uur – 10.15 uur Voorwoord 10.15 uur – 11.15 uur Desktopvirtualisatie: de laatste ontwikkelingen 11.15 uur – 12.15 uur 50% kostenbesparing met Unified Storage in virtuele desktop-omgevingen 12.15 uur – 13.00 uur Lunch 13.00 uur – 13.30 uur Praktijkverhaal UZ Leuven 13.30 uur – 14.15 uur Demo desktopvirtualisatie 14.15 uur – 15.00 uur Demo NetApp Storage beheer integratie in VMware vSphere 15.00 uur Afsluiting en borrel
  3. 3. Voorwoo rd VOORWOORD
  4. 4. Desktopvirtualisatie: De laatste ontwikkelingen Willem van Engeland VMware Systems Engineer Confidential © 2009 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  5. 5. Agenda • The VMware approach on End-User Computing • What’s new in View 4.5 • Local Mode • Windows 7 support • PCoIP • ThinApp 4 6 integration 4.6 • Location Based Printing • Kiosk Mode • vShield Endpoint • Future “Project Horizon” • Demo time 5 Confidential
  6. 6. Virtualization & Cloud Management: VMware Approach End-User Computing Management • Provision & deploy desktops rapidly End User Computing • Manage workstation images simply • Deliver virtualized applications to desktop IT Business Management g Application Management • Govern cloud provisioning • Encapsulate applications into containers with vApps processes Cloud Applications • Assure application portability & performance • Establish service contracts with infrastructure • Track cloud software license usage • Standardize cloud partitions p Infrastructure & Operations Management • Create a zero-touch, compliant infrastructure • Build automation into platform Public/Private/Hybrid Cloud • Deliver self service through policy driven control self-service policy-driven Virtualized Infrastructure VMware Management Solutions © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  7. 7. What’s new in View 4.5 © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  8. 8. VMware View 4.5 – Deliver desktops as a managed service Platform VMware vSphere for desktops Management VMware View Manager Vmware View Composer VMware ThinApp User Experience PCoIP Print Multi-monitor display Multimedia USB redirection © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  9. 9. Local Mode: Mobility & Bring Your Own Computer View Client with Local Mode (Type 2 Hypervisor)  Virtual desktop is checked-out to local endpoint p p and encrypted  Access desktop, applications and data regardless of network availability  Changes are checked in to the datacenter when online th d t t h li  Extend IT security policies to local desktop View Manager © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  10. 10. VMware View System Requirements  Connection S C ti Server O Operating S t ti Systems • Windows Server 2008 R2 • Windows Server 2003  View Agent • Windows XP SP3 • Windows 7 Wi d  View Client • Windows 7 + XP + Vista • Windows Embedded OS • Mac OS X • Linux Li • Zero Client  Database • Microsoft SQL / Oracle  Directory Services • Active Directory / Novell eDirectory © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  11. 11. View Client for Mac OS View Client for Mac OS  View Client supported on Mac OS 10.5 or greater  Mac user access to a View hosted Windows OS  Extend EOIT and BYOPC use cases to Mac users  Supports USB Redirection  Support for ThinPrint © 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
  12. 12. Endpoint Device Flexibility User Experience Desktop PC/Laptop Thin Client/Zero Client Mobile Devices Windows, Mac OS Broad Industry iPad/iPhone or Repurposed PCs Support Android* * Wyse Pocket Cloud 12
  13. 13. Thinapp Entitlement in View 4.5 View Manager allows you to define UNC locations as “Application Repositories” 13
  14. 14. Thinapp Entitlement in View 4.5 V1 Applications can then be assigned to desktops, or pools of desktops. 14
  15. 15. Thinapp Entitlement in View 4.5 Deployed Streamed Thinapps Thinapps stay are copied to the here linked clone. V1 Applications can be run from the UNC share (streamed) or copied local to the desktop. 15
  16. 16. Full Internet Explorer 6 Support on Win 7 and 2008 R2 • Easily create IE6 packages. packages • No “install capture” - Harvest of IE6 from XP SP3. • Easy deployment into newer operating systems systems. • Run IE6 on both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. • Run IE6 side-by-side with native IE side by side IE. • Run different versions of components (Java, .NET/ActiveX, Flash, etc.) in separate IE6 packages on same Win 7 system. • No more “Web App Hell”! Windows 7 6 16
  17. 17. Location Based Printing Floor 3 Details  Automatically connect View desktop to y closest printer  Simplify printing for end users  Satisfy compliance requirements (healthcare, financial services)  Simple GUI interface for Administrators Floor 2 to link devices to printers Use Cases  Medical staff moving from room to Floor 1 room in a hospital  Bank personnel moving around a branch office 17
  18. 18. Kiosk Mode Overview  Support for public or shared end-point end point  Automatic login – no credentials required to access desktop  Authentication done through the application if needed Benefit  Simplified user experience – auto login, auto USB redirection, no Windows error messages Example Use Cases  Education – labs/classrooms  H lh Healthcare – nurses stations i  State/Local - job placement, recruiting 18
  19. 19. Why PCoIP protocol does well on WAN  PC IP protocol uses h t id rendering t avoid client redirection l t PCoIP t l host-side d i to id li t di ti latency limitations  PCoIP protocol uses UDP to transfer real-time audio and image data optimally (no resending of stale packets required)  PCoIP protocol dynamically adjusts image quality and frame rate based on available bandwidth  PCoIP protocol is able to use lossy compression on images and audio when network is constrained 19
  20. 20. vShield Endpoint Endpoint Security for Virtual Data Centers and Cloud Environments Improves performance and effectiveness of existing endpoint security solutions • Offload of AV functions • Hardened, security virtual machine Features • Offload file activity to Security VM • Manage AV service across VMs • Enforce Remediation using driver in VM • Partner Integrations through EPSEC API - Trend Micro, Symantec, McAfee • Policy Management: Built-in or customizable with REST APIs • Logging of AV file activity 20
  21. 21. Optimized Cloud Infrastructure Platform  Support for vSphere 4.1 & vCenter 4.1  Scalability: Built for the largest desktop environments • 1000s of VMs/pod • Faster and more efficient vMotion leading to decreased migration time for VMs • Shrink and grow desktops based on demand and priority • Dynamic Resource Allocation  High Performance • Optimized for desktop workloads • Performance acceleration due to lower memory swapping  Best Density • I Increased desktop VM d d d kt density – 16 20 VM / it 16-20 VMs/core  High Availability and Business Continuity 21
  22. 22. Project Horizon 22
  23. 23. Project Horizon: Organization Directory Services 23
  24. 24. Project Horizon: One Click New User Creation 24
  25. 25. Project Horizon: Application Pre-Configuration 25
  26. 26. Project Horizon: Server Application Configuration 26
  27. 27. Project Horizon: Server App Deployment 27
  28. 28. 28
  29. 29. Sequoia Portal P t l 29
  30. 30. Sequoia Portal P t l 30
  31. 31. Demo time 31
  32. 32. VMware View 4.5 Pricing and Packaging View Enterprise View Premier vSphere for desktop vCenter View Manager 4.5 View C Vi Composer Local Mode vShield Endpoint ThinApp 4.6 Pricing per seat (concurrent connection) $150 $250 32
  33. 33. Thank You Questions? 33
  34. 34. NetApp in N tA i een g gevirtualiseerde omgeving Rogier van der Ven Pre-sales consultant For NetApp internal and authorized partners use only
  35. 35. NetApp Storage Essential for Virtual Desktop Solutions  Performance: – Better end-user experience – Boot storms/peaktimes/virus scans etc  Capacity – Use at least 50% less storage  Costs per desktop p p – Centralized storage  Management: – Provision 1000’s of desktops in minutes 1000 s – Backup/restore/Disaster recovery © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  36. 36. The Essential for Storage for VMware View Performance © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  37. 37. Desktop performance  Users Performance: – Light/medium/heavy  Applications – Use at least 50% less storage  Growth – 1000’s to more-> scalability/flexibility © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  38. 38. Storage Impact on Desktop Performance Read data block from disk Disk © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved. NetApp Confidential – Internal Use Only 38
  39. 39. NetApp Eliminates Boot & Log On Storms Boot time decreases 47% Storage workload decreases 50% Performance increases 71% P f i 1% Read data block from disk Disk Flash Cache Users don’t take a hit during simultaneous boot or log on. © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved. NetApp Confidential – Internal Use Only 39
  40. 40. Better User Experience 20 Minutes After Install The first 30 minutes of operation after deploying Flash Cache Cache 90% Populated © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved. 40
  41. 41. Write Performance VDI  RAID 5 – >4 IOPS writes (better with write cache)  RAID 10 – 2 IOPS writes  RAID DP and DataOntap WAFL –R d Random -> S Sequential ti l – Less disk I/O < 1 IOPS (WAFL efficiency) –L Less spindles i dl – SSD (1,5x faster) © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved. 41
  42. 42. Solving the VDI Performance challenge Customer Regional bank running 1000+ View Desktops with major Example performance issues directly related to storage Previous Storage NetApp Solution 300 Disks 56 Disks VDI servers non Boot Storms: Non-existent responsive Login Storm: Logins staggered 4 second login Better Performance AND Less Cost © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  43. 43. The Essential for Storage for VMware View Cost-Effective Desktop Storage © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  44. 44. Deduplication: Essential for View App AppDuplicate App DataApp App OS OS I Eliminated OS Is Eli OS t d i OS NetApp® FAS SystemRAID Arrays Traditional Enterprise  Savings extend to all copies of the data - Including backup DR test clones backup, DR, clones, and archival copies © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved. 44
  45. 45. FAS Deduplication: Function Data Deduplication Process Deduped (Single Instance) Storage General data in flexible volume Deduped data in flexible volume © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved. 45
  46. 46. Reducing Capacity for Virtual Desktops  Deduplicate virtual desktops up to t 95%  Dedupe end-user storage by Virtual Desktops 30%-40% 30% 40%  Create desktop copies without using additional capacity  Thin provisioning increases utilization to over 70%  RAID DP protection using ½ the 70% <40% 0% number of disks RAID10 NetApp Storage Pool Utilization Use at least 50% less storage with NetApp © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  47. 47. Sizing for Performance and Capacity 16000 8 AM $$ Peak Example: 1000 Users Load Dedupe-aware $$ • 20 GB per user OPS) 2 solid state cache and write optimized $$ • 8 IOPS/user Performance (IO OS $$ $$ Steady 8000 $$ State $$ $$ $$ 1 Optimize Capacity $$ View and NTAP 1 $$ P $$ 2 Optimize Performance 10 20 Capacity (TB) VDI Storage starting around $50 per desktop © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  48. 48. The Essential for Storage for VMware View Management © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  49. 49. A New Model of Management Storage Admin  Delegate storage operations  Create resource pools p VI Admin  Automate storage connectivity best practices  Provide controller reporting and alerts  Ensure best practices around VM I/O p  Ensure storage efficiencies  Physical to virtual environment synchronization © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  50. 50. Management via Integration RCU provisioning i i i plug-in VMware ESX VSC configuration plug-in VM Insight plug-in SMVI backup plug-in Virtual Datacenter © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  51. 51. The Rapid Cloning Utility Plug-in  Manages storage options  Enable dedupe  Enable thin provisioning  Resize datastores  Grow  Shrink (NFS)  Configure autogrow (NFS) Supports: vSphere & VI3 Every storage platform FC, FCoE, iSCSI, & NFS © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  52. 52. The Rapid Cloning Utility Plug-in  Instant cloning of VMs  Virtual servers  Virtual desktops  Desktop pools  With import in connection brokers p  Supports guest customization  Native storage efficiency  I/O offload  Pre-deduplicated clones Supports: vSphere & VI3 Every storage platform FC, FCoE, iSCSI, & NFS © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  53. 53. The Virtual Storage Console Plug-in  Audits and Automates the storage configuration settings of ESX/ESXi hosts  Update setting non disruptively  Ensures ESX/ESXi connectivity best practices are in place  Audits environment over lifetime Supports: vSphere & VI3 Every storage platform FC, FCoE, iSCSI, & NFS © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  54. 54. The Virtual Storage Console Plug-in  Reports storage utilization to VI Admins  SAN & NAS  Transparency through the storage layers:  Datastore  LUN  FlexVol Fle Vol  Aggregate Supports: vSphere & VI3 Every storage platform FC, FCoE, iSCSI, & NFS © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  55. 55. The Virtual Storage Console Plug-in  Reports storage array faults to VI Admins  Shares state of infrastructure outside of storage team g  Bridges virtual to physical environments  Reduce time to identify potential yp I/O issues Supports: vSphere & VI3 Every storage platform FC, FCoE, iSCSI, & NFS © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  56. 56. VM Insight vCenter Plug-in  Add on module for SANScreen  Monitors and maps V2P p architecture  VMDK  Datastore  LUN  FlexVol  Storage fabric  Ensures availability by bridging physical & virtual environments Supports: vSphere & VI3 Every storage platform FC, FCoE, iSCSI, & NFS © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  57. 57. Centralized Backup and Recovery  Recovery from User error/Software bug – Restore desktop to previous state – Restore user data to previous state – Restore and recover d t b R t d databases i a f in few minutes i t – Underlying technology: snapshots, typically hourly user data Full point-in-time virtual copy point in time © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  58. 58. Business Continuance for Desktops  Instant backup and recovery T Transparent recovery from component failure t f t f il  Auto failover for system and site failure  Recover in minutes from larger regional disasters SRM with NetApp SnapMirror Building 1 Building 2 DR Site View users stay connected. © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved. 58
  59. 59. The Essential for Storage for VMware View Storage as Flexible as Virtual Desktops © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  60. 60. Unified Storage for Desktop and Data  Unified storage for virtual desktops – SAN for desktops, NAS for user data Use storage e – Efficient for both individual and pooled desktops er  Scale capacity in real-time – Support 1000’s of desktops p system pp p per y SAN NAS user data © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved.
  61. 61. The Broadest Range of Unified Storage  Unified storage – NFS, CIFS, FC SAN, FCoE and iSCSI C Common software, interface, and management tools ft i t f d tt l  Support for heterogeneous storage with V-Series Data ONTAP®: Foundation of th St D t ONTAP® F d ti f the Storage Pool P l FAS2000 FAS3000 FAS6000 V-Series HP EMC HDS © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved. 61
  62. 62. Summary © 2010 NetApp. All rights reserved. Mid-Year Tech Update 2010 62
  63. 63. Project desktop virtualisatie in actie Reinoud Reynders, IT Manager Infrastructure & Operations
  64. 64. Agenda g • Wie zijn wij j j • Fat client vs Thin client binnen UZ Leuven • Waarom het bij VDI wel zou lukken • Project aanpak • Toekomst
  65. 65. Universitaire Ziekenhuizen Leuven 65
  66. 66. UZ Leuven • Grootste ziekenhuis van België: g – 2000 bedden – 8500 personeelsleden – 5 sites • IT: – 120 koppen 0 oppe – Ondersteunen 14500 gebruikers – 6500 PC’s PC s
  67. 67. Belangrijkste applicaties g j pp • KWS – Elektronisch medisch dossier+ – Bijna volledig in huis gemaakt: j g g • 2-tier JAVA applicatie: FAT client • PeopleSoft als ERP • Office omgeving: microsoft based • Server virtualisatie: VMW S i t li ti VMWare (90%) • Storage: NetApp g pp
  68. 68. Fat client vs thin client • Reeds in 1998: –O d Onderzocht voor gebruik van thi client ht b ik thin li t • Geregeld herhaald, maar zagen steeds volgende hinderpalen: – Fat-client: 400Mb aan java process. process Moeilijk schaalbaar. schaalbaar – Veel grafische toepassingen: • PACS • Cardio • E-archief
  69. 69. Fat client vs Thin client • Zeer hoge ROI • Niet aanvaardbaar door onze gebruikers • Oplossing: de PC beheren als een “terminal”: managed desktopp
  70. 70. Waarom zou het lukken met VDI? • Belangrijke technologische g j g ontwikkelingen: – Deduplicatie op storage layer – Snelle replicatie van een virtuele desktop – D k ij oa “ Dankzij “memory sharing” perfect h i ” f t schaalbaar met onze FAT java applicatie – PCoIP: eindelijk grafische power – Zelfde hypervisor voor servers en desktop yp p
  71. 71. Project aanpak j p • Fase I: spelen en de j p juiste componenten kiezen: – VMWARE View 4 met PCoIP: • VMWare was al onze huis hypervisor • Teradici – view combinatie: perfect huwelijk • NetApp ondersteuning: – Dedup – Rapid clone utility
  72. 72. Project aanpak j p • Fase II: selecteer de juiste piloot – We hebben het ons moeilijk gemaakt: • Zeer kritische omgeving – Intensieve zorgen: g • PC’s in de kamer: – KWS – PDMS: monitors • Probleem: – Hygiëne – Patiënt veiligheid • Grote vraag naar thin clients – Als het hier lukt, lukt het overal
  73. 73. Project aanpak j p • Enkele leuke uitdagingen op intensieve g g p – Zeker de juiste patiënt of VDI – Barcode scanner – Beschikbaarheid • Evaluaties zeer positief • Planning om 120 kamers te migreren
  74. 74. Project aanpak j p • Fase II+: enkele leuke zaakjes j meegenomen: – Mac wordt niet ondersteunt (krijgt enkel internet), maar kan nu wel zijn vdi krijgen. – VDI van thuis – VDI voor testen van Windows 7
  75. 75. Project aanpak j p • Fase III: evaluatie: – Op dit ogenblik – Opmaken financieel plaatje
  76. 76. Enkele uitdagingen g g • Windows XP gaat goed, maar Vista en Windows 7 stukken moeilijker • Storage: hoe schaalbaar • Desktop pool vs persoonlijke desktops • Integratie met thinapp: – template zo klein mogelijk – Toch gepersonaliseerde desktop p
  77. 77. Toekomst • Verder uitrol op intensieve zorgen en operatie kwartier. • PICS: Patient Informatie en Communicatie Systeem • Raadpleging • Externe ziekenhuizen • …
  78. 78. Vragen g

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