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Redhat rhev 31-update by syedmshaaf

  1. 1. Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1Syed M ShaafSolutions ArchitectRed HatNovember 2012 1 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  2. 2. RHEV Overview2 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  3. 3. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONRHEV MANAGER FEATURES ● High Availability ● Live Migration ● Load Balancing (DRS) ● Power Saver (DPM) ● Templates, thin provisioning, snapshots ● Centralized storage and networking management ● V2V ● Power User Portal ● Reporting Engine3 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  4. 4. RHEV HYPERVISOR/KVM OVERVIEWSCALABILITY SMALL FORM FACTOR, SCALABLE, HIGH PERFORMANCE ● Host: 160 logical CPU (4,096 theoretical max), 2 TB RAM (64TB theoretical max) ● Guest: 64 vCPU, 512 GB RAM ● Supports latest silicon virtualization technology ● Based on the latest RHEL 6 kernel ● Microsoft SVVP certified4 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  5. 5. SPICE: EXCEPTIONAL USER EXPERIENCE  User experience comparable to a local desktop PC  Bi-directional audio & video  VoIP & video conferencing  HD quality video  Hi resolution 2560x1600 (each)  Up to 4 monitors  USB redirection for nearly any device  Smart Card/CAC authentication  Copy & paste5 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  6. 6. SPICE: BUILT FOR VIRTUAL DESKTOPS  Adaptive Protocol  Dynamically chooses optimal point to process graphics  Renders locally on client or falls back to server or VM  Improved network support for WAN  Enhanced bandwidth and latency tolerance  Optional SSL encryption  Highest server density levels6 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  7. 7. RHEV 3.0 REPORTING Historical usage, trending, quality of service Integrated reporting engine based on Jasper reports Over 25 prebuilt reports and dashboards included Ability to create and customize reports and templates7 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  8. 8. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONISV PARTNERS ● Integrated through the RHEV API Operations Monitoring ● Certified by Red Hat Security Capacity & to work with RHEV Performance Management Backup & Disaster ● Free trials available Recovery via the RHEV Capacity Planning & Marketplace P2V, V2V Application VDI Delivery ● Visit our ISV partners at the Partner Pavillion and RHEV Campgrounds http://marketplace.redhat.com8 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  9. 9. INDUSTRY LEADING VIRTUALIZATIONPERFORMANCE Red Hat VMware ● SPECvirt_sc2010: As of September 1, 2012, RHEV claims top 7 results and the only 8-socket server scores9 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  10. 10. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONHYPERVISOR ● Standalone hypervisor ● Small footprint ● Customized spin of RHEL + KVM ● Just enough RHEL to run virtual machines ● Security hardened image ● Runs on all RHEL hardware ● with Intel VT/AMD-V CPUs ● Easy to install, configure and upgrade ● PXE boot, USB boot, CD or Hard drive10 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  11. 11. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONSECURITY RHEV inherits the security features of Linux and RHEL SELinux security policy infrastructure Provides protection and isolation for virtual machines and host Compromised virtual machine cannot access other VMs or host sVirt Project Sub-project of NSAs SELinux community. Provides “hardened” hypervisors Multilevel security. Isolate guests Contain any hypervisor breaches11 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  12. 12. Security - SELinux to the rescue SELinux is all about labeling ● Processes get labels – virtual machines with KVM are processes ● Files and devices get labels – virtual images are stored on files and devices ● Rules control how process labels interact with file labels and other process labels ● The kernel enforces these rules12 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  13. 13. KVM guests are processes, so we can confinethem like processes13 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  14. 14. Compromised virtual machine guest confined, despite its vulnerability14 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  15. 15. And of course, the guest operating system can also run SELinux15 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  16. 16. RHEV 3.0 ARCHITECTURE  RHEV-Manager is now a Java application running on JBoss EAP on RHEL  Backend database is now PostgreSQL 8.4  New user portal, REST API, Linux CLI  Support for multiple external authentication sources  Red Hat IPA  Microsoft Active Directory16 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  17. 17. RHEV 3.0 - Integration ● Hook scripts are called at specific VM lifecycle events ● VDSM (management agent) Start ● Before VM start ● After VM start ● Before VM migration in/out ● After VM migration in/out ● Before and After VM Pause ● Before and After VM Continue ● Before and After VM Hibernate ● Before and After VM resume from hibernate ● On VM stop ● On VDSM Stop ➔Hooks can modify a virtual machines XML definition before VM start ➔Hooks can run system commands – e.g.. Apply firewall rule to VM17 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  18. 18. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONRHEV 3.1 Integration & APIPython SDK - Python SDK for developers18 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  19. 19. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONRHEV 3.1 User InterfaceWeb Admin - Full support for Web Admin - Remove .NET Windows Admin Portal19 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  20. 20. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONRHEV 3.1 Platform InfrastructureOpenJDK - Run on 100% open source infrastructure - No requirement for proprietary Oracle JREJBoss EAP 6 - Reduced in-memory footprint - Reduced startup time - Improved performance and scalabilityDirectory Servers - Support for two new directory servers - Red Hat Directory Server - IBM Tivoli Directory ServerJasper 4.7 - Move to the latest JasperSoft reporting engine20 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  21. 21. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONRHEV 3.1 Platform InfrastructureGuest Scalability - 160 Virtual CPUs per VM - 2 TB Virtual RAM per VMNew CPU Support - New Intel Core i3, i5, i7 (code named “Sandy Bridge”) - New AMD family 15h processors (code named “Bulldozer”)P2V - Quickly migrate Physical machine to VirtualQuotas - Quotas for storage, CPU and memory21 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  22. 22. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONRHEV 3.1 User InterfaceReports - Integrate Reports / Dashboard into web admin portalIntegration - Single Signon between Admin portal and Jasper Reports22 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  23. 23. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONRHEV 3.1 NetworkingHot plug/unplug - Hot plug/unplug virtual machines network interface23 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  24. 24. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONRHEV 3.1 StorageHotplug Disk - Hot plug/unplug virtual machine disk imageDisk Management - New UI for managing internal and external (direct lun) disks24 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  25. 25. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONRHEV 3.1 StorageDirect LUN - UI support for configuring direct LUN access for virtual machine25 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  26. 26. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONRHEV 3.1 StorageStorage Migration - Live migration of virtual machine disk between storage domains Tech Preview26 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  27. 27. PHYSICAL TO VIRTUAL TO CLOUD27 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf
  28. 28. Thank you28 RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Update | Syed M Shaaf

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