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  • BenefitsBetter consolidation ratios with predictable performanceEnables linear scalability for deployment environmentsDesigned for production useRecommendations for use for server applications still being evaluated.With the SP1 release, we will meet all the Gartner/Burton group requirements for an Enterprise ready Hypervisor
  • iSCSI Performance can be as good or better than either Fibre Channel or FCoE. iSCSI can offer a compelling offering for those who don’t want to invest in FC.Windows Server and Hyper-V is not a limiting factor to IO performance. There shouldn’t be any significant concern around IO for virtualizing with Hyper-V.More details (along with a great Photoshop picture) at http://gestaltit.com/all/tech/storage/stephen/microsoft-and-intel-push-one-million-iscsi-iops/
  • Vmug hyper v overview

    1. 1. Number of physical servers shipments used for virtualization will grow to 1.7M+ in 2012 at a CAGR of 15% IDC Server Virtualization Forecast Other 9.00 14,000,000 1% 8.00 Unix 12,000,000 7.00 6% 10,000,000 6.00 8,000,000 5.00Linux 21% 4.00 6,000,000 Licensed 3.00 Windows Unpaid 61% 4,000,000 2.00 Windows 1.00 2,000,000 11% 0 Y2005 Y2006 Y2007 Y2008 Y2009 Y2010 Y2011 Y2012 Physical Units Logical Units VM Density 19% of physical server shipments will be used for virtualization, increasing from 11.7% in 2007
    2. 2. www.virtualrealitycheck.net
    3. 3. http://www.enterprisestrategygroup.com/2010/07/microsoft-hyper-v-r2-scalable-native-server-virtualization-for-the-enterprise/http://www.infostor.com/index/articles/display/5976242552/articles/infostor/esg-lab-review/2010/july-2010/microsoft-hyper-v.html
    4. 4. 2010 ESG Lab Highlights: VM Scalability Hyper-V R2 on 16 servers with Microsoft Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV) stored on a single SAN attached disk array supported 1,024 virtual machines Virtual Machine Scalability 1 through 16 Microsoft Hyper-V R2 Servers 1,024 896 768 Vrirtual Machines 640 512 384 256 128 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Clustered Hyper-V R2 Servers http://www.enterprisestrategygroup.com/2010/11/emc-symmetrix-vmax-and-microsoft-server-virtualization-scalable-enterprise-class-virtual-infrastructure/© 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group 10
    5. 5. 2010 ESG Lab Highlights: Mixed Workloads Hyper-V R2 on 2 servers with 16 VMs sharing a single disk array: • 18,750 mailboxes with the Microsoft Exchange 2010 Jetstress utility • and 3,475 small database IOs per second with the Microsoft SQLIO utility • and 650 MB/sec of database throughput with the SQLIO utility • and 3,106 simulated web server IOPs with the Iometer utility • and 413 MB/sec of simulated backup throughput with the Iometer utility • with predictably fast response times and scalability 14,000 12,000 I/Os per second (IOPS) 10,000 8,000 Exchange 6,000 SQL Server Web Server 4,000 Scan/read 2,000 0 1 2 3 4 Virtual Machines http://www.enterprisestrategygroup.com/2010/06/ibm-system-storage-ds5020ds3950-express-and-ibm-system-x3950-m2-mixed-workload-performance-in-microsoft-hyper-v-r2-environments/© 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group 11
    6. 6. 2011 ESG Lab Test Bed (Physical) HP BL680C up to 24 cores and 128 GB LAN RAM per blade F5 BIG-IP 2x4 Gbps FC per server SAN RAID-10 Pools: Data (88): EMC CX4-960 Logs(16): 155 15K RPM FC disk drives OS(24): Apps(16):© 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group
    7. 7. 2011 SharePoint Test Bed (Logical) Application: SharePoint 2010/ SQL 2008 R2 VM configuration: 2 vCPU, 4 GB/ 4vCPU, 32 GB Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Hyper-V R2 Hypervisor: Microsoft Hyper-V R2 Physical OS: Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 SAN Load generator: Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Virtual machine images: Fixed VHD SQL data and logs: Fixed VHD© 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group 13
    8. 8. 2011 SharePoint Workload Visual Studio 2010 for SharePoint Load Generation • Hyper-V stress test with a non-blocking lightweight workload • 89% browse • 10% upload • 1% check in/check out • 22 GB SQL database • Scale from 1 to 3 web server VMs (5 VMs total) • Hardware load-balanced web traffic • Constant workload© 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group 14
    9. 9. 2011 SharePoint Workload Results Guest CPU Utilization (3 VMs, 1 web server) ( SharePoint 2010, Windows 2008 R2 SP1, SQL Server 2008 R2) SharePoint Web Server CPU bottleneck SQL 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% vCPU Utilization© 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group 15
    10. 10. 2011 SharePoint Workload Results CPU Utilization (5 VMs, 3 web servers) ( SharePoint 2010, Windows 2008 R2 SP1, SQL Server 2008 R2) SharePoint Web Server Web Server Web Server SQL 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% vCPU Utilization© 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group 16
    11. 11. 2011 SharePoint Workload Results Hyper-V R2 Application Workload Scalability ( SharePoint 2010, Windows 2008 R2 SP1, SQL Server 2008 R2) 600,000 3.0 Users (light-weight, 1% concurrent) Average Page Response Time (sec) 500,000 2.5 400,000 2.0 300,000 1.5 200,000 1.0 100,000 0.5 0 0 1 2 3 Web Server VMs: 1 2 3 Total VMs: 3 4 5© 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group 17
    12. 12. 2011 SharePoint Results Summary Hyper-V R2 SharePoint Workload Scalability • Up to 460,800 simulated SharePoint users* • As expected, the front end is the bottleneck during single web server VM testing • Adding web server VMs alleviates the bottleneck • Response times improve and more requests per second are delivered as VMs are added • 90% scaling efficiency from 1 to 2 web servers** *1% concurrent users derived from the requests per second measured during the three web server test ** Based on a comparison of requests per second divided by average page response time© 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group 18
    13. 13. The Bigger Truth Why This Matters Performance scaled and response times dropped as Hyper-V R2 web server VMs were added to a consolidated SharePoint deployment on a single physical server. The manageably low performance impact of Hyper-V R2 won’t be detected by the vast majority of end-users and applications. The performance, scalability, and low overhead of Hyper-V R2 can be used to reduce costs and improve the manageability, flexibility, and availability of consolidated SharePoint applications.© 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group 19
    14. 14. Issues to Consider • Mileage varies; test with your workloads and your data • Hyper-V • Included for free with Windows Server 2008 • Proven to perform with demanding applications • Size matters • Application and web server roles are good candidates for virtualization • For larger deployments, consider deploying resource-bound SQL Server and Index roles on physical servers • High availability matters • Leverage ESG Lab Validations, Microsoft and its partners’ best practices/proof points© 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group 20
    15. 15. Microsoft/Intel iSCSI test• Used Windows Server 2008 R2, Intel Xeon 5500 processors, and Intel 10Gbps Ethernet Adapters• Reached over One Million IOPS over a single 10 Gbps Ethernet link using a software iSCSI initiator on Native HW• Reached over 700,000IOPS over a single 10 Gbps Ethernet link using a software iSCSI initiator on Hyper-V to the Guest OS
    16. 16. Microsoft/Intel iSCSI testNative Performance In-Guest VM Performancehttp://gestaltit.com/all/tech/storage/stephen/microsoft-and-intel-push-one-million-iscsi-iops/
    17. 17. Static Memory http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/system/sysperf/Perf_tun_srv-R2.mspx
    18. 18. Dynamic Memory
    19. 19. http://www.buildwindows.com
    20. 20. http://www.citrix.com/xendesktophttp://www.microsoft.com/hypervhttp://www.quest.com/vworkspace
    21. 21. http://www.ipexpo.co.uk/https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032493495&Culture=en-GBhttp://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com

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