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  • Tongquanve W2008 R2Thaxhthucvamuctieucua Data CenterMot so diem nhantrongphien ban W2008 R2Tich hop cac san phamcongnghemoicua MSTom tat
  • CaitienaohoaQuanlyhieu qua honNen tang web vungchacLam viec tot honvoi W7Windows Server 2008 R2 provides the most flexible and robust Windows Server operating system to date. It provides IT Professionals more control over the server and network infrastructure, and provides an enterprise-class foundation for efficiently handling business workloads. Microsoft enables organizations to deliver rich Web-based experiences, while reducing the amount of effort required to administer and support your Web-based applications. The powerful virtualization technologies in Windows Server 2008 R2 enable you to increase your server consolidation ratios while reducing the amount of administrative effort required for managing the infrastructure. Through increased automation and improved remote administration, Windows Server 2008 R2 helps organizations save money and time by reducing travel expenses, decreasing energy consumption, and automating repetitive IT tasks. When combined with the Windows 7 client operating system, the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008 enables you to provide your employees with ‘anywhere access’ to corporate data and resources, while helping to maintain the security of your enterprise systems.
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 is designed specifically to address the challenges that Microsoft customers have identified in the datacenter. Today’s IT administrators are faced with a series of challenges while simultaneously seeking to achieve certain common goals. Among these are managing server sprawl, addressing spiraling energy costs, and dealing with shrinking IT budgets. At the same time, customers are looking to maximize server scalability, ease their management burden and above all evolve IT into an agile corporate resource capable of quickly addressing new business needs. Windows Server 2008 R2 helps across this entire landscape with a powerful new iteration of Hyper-V server virtualization, new power management features, support for the latest hardware improvements, significant improvements to its management tool kit, cost saving features tracking to power management and server consolidation and a tight integration with Windows 7 and other Microsoft enterprise platforms that provides unprecedented agility for today’s IT departments. We’ll examine the benefits of each of these categories in the coming slides.
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 is a significant and measurable improvement over Windows Server 2008 and especially Windows Server 2003 R2 in terms of power and cooling savings. The product was designed ground-up with these considerations in mind and several key features were added specific to this philosophy.The Core Parking feature, which is configured by using Group Policy, allows Windows Server 2008 R2 to consolidate process onto the fewest number of possible processor cores and suspends inactive processor cores. If additional processing power is required, the Core Parking feature activates inactive processor cores to handle the increased processing requirements. Windows Server 2008 R2 has the ability to adjust processor performance (or, “P-state”) and subsequently adjust the server power consumption. Depending on the processor architecture, you can configure how P-states are adjusted by using Group Policy, giving you very fine control over processor power consumption.Windows Server 2008 R2 supports the ability to boot from Storage Area Network (SAN), which eliminates the need for local hard disks in the individual server computers. And the performance for accessing storage on SANs has been greatly improved.All these features combine to allow customers to attack the green IT issue from the bedrock of datacenter management. New features provide immediate reductions in power and cooling costs. New management and reporting tools allow IT administrators to accurately track these improvements and the combination provides the impetus for the industry as a whole to rethink the way it develops and delivers datacenter products.
  • Lack: thieuDisparate: tap nhamAnother key design goal was to provide higher performance for Windows Server 2008 R2 running on the same system resources as previous versions of Windows Server. In addition, Windows Server 2008 R2 supports increased scaling capabilities that allow you to support greater workloads than ever before. The Windows Server 2008 R2 features that improve performance and scalability for applications and services include:Scaling OutSupport for larger workloads by adding additional servers to a workload (scaling out) – feature examples include the advancements in Hyper-V for easier virtual server management, PowerShell and its improved remote management and R2’s updated management consoles.Scaling UpSupport for larger workloads by utilizing or increasing system resources (scaling up) – this means more bang for every hardware dollar with new support in Windows Server 2008 R2 supporting the latest CPU, storage and networking hardware technology enhancements.
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 concentrates heavily on providing IT administrators with new tools and capabilities designed to make server and datacenter management easier and significantly more flexible.For example, we’ve leveraged our successful Best Practice Analyzer technology. This was first introduced with other platforms, notably Exchange, and compared the server upon it was run to all the best practice compliance knowledge that Microsoft had available in its knowledgebase. This extends down to configurations and network environments specific to a particular server and the BPA comes back with a complete best practice analysis report, including advice for fixing problems and links back to the Microsoft Web site for more detailed information. Customers have been big fans of this technology and Windows Server 2008 R2 has answered that feedback by providing BPAs for all the server roles available in R2. Administrators can now quickly configure an R2 for any scenario and immediately get back optimized config information. PowerShell has also been upgraded with over 240 new in-box commands and the ability to run PowerShell remotely – perfect for consolidated datacenter management. Last, Windows Server 2008 R2 has updated several of its key internal management consoles, especially those for Active Directory, Hyper-V and IIS. All of these now sport easier interfaces and deeper support for PowerShell as an underlying automation mechanism.
  • Cost savings was an important design philosophy for Windows Server 2008 R2. New features and supported technologies clearly aim in this direction. BranchCache, for example, directly attacks expensive WAN telecommunications costs. Virtualization and PowerShell aim to reduce server hardware and management costs. And our new power management technologies aim to keep datacenter power and cooling costs at a minimum. Additionally, WS08R2 follows Microsoft’s official R2 release plan in that no new CALs are required to run this operating system in your datacenter. This despite the fact that Windows Server 2008 R2 introduces significantly more new capabilities and features than your average R2 release.
  • Managing a datacenter in today’s business climate means being able to react to new front-line business needs as quickly as possible. Efficiency is good; agility is fantastic. To make this goal achievable for customers, Windows Server 2008 R2 leverages Microsoft’s unique advantage in offering product platforms that span the length of the IT task chain. By building better management tools and leveraging our close relationship with the Windows desktop operating system, Windows Server 2008 R2 can offer IT administrators a consolidated and optimized tool set across a wide variety of IT scenarios, including not just easier desktop management but also branch and remote computing scenarios as well as security and identity management.
  • Two key examples of Microsoft’s Better Together advantage with Windows Server and Windows 7 definitely includes DirectAccess. With the VPN Security market reaching $2.9 billion by 2013, according to market research vendor IDC, customers are in need of alternate solutions. DirectAccess provides such a solution, providing seamless access to corporate network resources to Windows 7 users no matter to what networks, public or private, those users might be connected.DirectAccess allows customers to avoid purchasing and managing additional VPN hardware, software, and carrier charges.
  • Another key Better Together example is BranchCache. This technology establishes data caches at branch office sites that reduce traffic over WAN networks (meaning significantly cheaper WAN costs) and simultaneously improve perceived network performance for users at those sites. Cache sizes are fully manageable and configuration is minimal. All this combines to create a super cost-cutting feature for Windows Server 2008 R2 customers.
  • File Classification Infrastructure — FCI làmộttínhnăng built-in chophépcácchuyêngia CNTT phânloạivàquảnlýdữliệutrongcácmáychủ file. Dữliệucóthểđượcphânloạivớitácđộngdoanhnghiệpmứcthấp, caohoặctrungbình, sauđóngườidùngcóthể backup cácdữliệuquantrọngnhấtdễdànghơnvàhiệuquảhơn.Greater efficiency and increased IT agility are certainly two of our customers’ key goals in the coming years. In conjunction with Windows 7, DirectAccess and BranchCache are important additions to IT administrators’ toolkits when it comes to quickly and easily providing solutions to new business requirements. But Windows Server 2008 R2 has some net new features all its own. Chief among these is the new File Classification Infrastructure. Windows File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) provides insight into your data to help you manage your data more effectively, reduce costs, and mitigate risks by providing a built-in solution for file classification that allows administrators to automate manual processes with predefined policies based on the data’s business value. FCI also provides an extensible infrastructure upon which ISVs can build end-to-end solutions that enable organizations to perform advanced classification and data management, which in turn helps enable Microsoft partners to deliver rich classification solutions.FCI provides several important benefits:· Risk and cost mitigation. Administrators can now manage files based on their business value by classifying files and applying actions based on the classification. As a result, a new layer of efficiency is added, driving down the typical costs associated with managing and protecting the file server. For example, non-essential data can be automatically flagged for removal to save capacity and business sensitive data can be more closely managed.· Automatic classification. Out of the box, administrators can begin creating rules to automatically classify files based on their content and location on the file server.· Policy-based management. Administrators can configure data management policies based on file classification. For example, an administrator can configure a backup application to backup files that have personal information to an encrypted backup store.· Extensibility. Partners and IT administrators can build solutions to classify files, and apply policy based on classification to help organizations automate their file management, thereby helping to reduce costs and risks.· Alignment with SharePoint. An organization can now apply classification taxonomy across all its Microsoft file stores including SharePoint and Windows File Servers.
  • Title: Internet Information Services Talking Points: Another example of Windows Server 2008 R2’s focus on technology improvement and integration is Internet Information Services (IIS), now in version 7.5. This is the Web publishing platform in Windows Server® 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 that enables organizations to deliver rich Web-based experiences. Extensible Web features in IIS provide easy-to-use tools to aid your customers in administration, diagnostics, and management. IIS is a customizable platform with .NET extensibility. It provides enhanced reliability, security, and failure recovery via efficient management and deployment tools. IIS provides a variety of benefits for your customers’ business managers, technical staff, and for Web hosting, including: More ReliableIncreased availability through dynamic request handling, improved caching, and powerful troubleshooting toolsScalable Web InfrastructureImplement a scalable Web infrastructure with HTTP-based load balancing and intelligent request handling and routingURL Rewriter, Application Request RoutingDynamic Caching & CompressionImprove performance by enabling high-speed dynamic caching and compressionUser-Mode Caching, Kernel-Mode Caching, Static and Dynamic CompressionPowerful Diagnostic ToolsFind and fix issues quickly and easily with powerful diagnostic toolsDetailed Errors, Failed Request Tracing, [**Configuration Logging, Best Practice Analyzer] More ControlSimplified, distributed management through set of customizable administrative tools with easier application deployment for developersCentralized Web ManagementConfigure and manage your Web infrastructure from one place through a wide selection of administration toolsIIS Manager, Database Manager, Windows PowerShell Snap-In, AppCmd, Shared Configuration, .NET Web Administration, WMIDelegated Remote ManagementDelegate site configuration management and publishing to remote usersFeature Delegation, IIS Manager for Remote AdministrationEasy Application & Server DeploymentArchive, package, migrate, and deploy complete applications and Web servers more easilyWeb Deployment Tool More SecureImproved security and server protection through reduced server footprint, enhanced publishing, and request filtering capabilitiesEnhanced Server ProtectionMaximize Web site security through reduced server footprint and automatic application isolationServer Core, Modular Architecture, Application Pool IsolationSecure Content PublishingPublish Web content more securely using standards-based protocolsFTP, WebDAVImproved Access ProtectionProtect Web server and Web applications from malicious requests and unauthorized accessRequest Filtering, URL Scan, URL Rewriter, URL Authorization, Dynamic IP Restrictions More ChoiceFlexible platform with enhanced support for multiple application development platforms and media content deliveryBuilt-in ASP.NET & PHP SupportDevelop and deploy ASP.NET and PHP applications together on a flexible Web platformWeb Platform Installer, FastCGI, Integrated PipelineModular & Extensible Web ServerDeploy a streamlined, modular, and extensible Web serverServer Core, Modular Architecture, .NET Extensibility, ISAPI Extensions and FiltersIntegrated Media PlatformOptimize bandwidth and set content delivery options through intelligent media serving in an integrated HTTP-based media delivery platformSmooth Streaming, Live Smooth Streaming, Advanced Logging, Bit Rate Throttling, Web Playlists **Configuration Logging and Best Practice Analyzer are available only in Windows Server 2008 R2  Additional Information:IIS online:
  • Microsoft’s Better Together philosophy extends beyond just Windows Server and Windows desktops.Microsoft delivers interoperability by design. At its most basic level, this means connecting people, data, and diverse systems. Windows Server 2008 R2 is a central hub in this cross-platform interoperability. Not only does R2 seamlessly connect across other Microsoft enterprise platforms (not just in terms of functionality but also in terms of simpler and effective management), it’s also one of the world’s most broadly supported platforms across server hardware, disparate specialty enterprise operating platforms and today’s most popular front-line business applications. Worldwide System Infrastructure Software 2009 Top 10 Predictions Interconnected Datacenter – According to Microsoft Primary Research, 86% of Datacenters have heterogeneous environments (Ops Mgr V4 value prop research, 2007). Integrated technologies – Microsoft builds infrastructure solutions that integrate tightly with one another, with server and client operating systems, and with messaging and collaboration platforms. This tight integration makes it easier to secure, manage, and provide secure access to IT systems, which drives down the operational costs associated with running IT. Integrated technologies – Microsoft offers a range of solutions that help manage, secure, and back up mission-critical servers and client machines. These solutions integrate tightly with the client and server operating system as well as with mission-critical messaging and collaboration solutions. This tight integration helps to increase availability and reduce the risk of downtime. 
  • Tang cuongkhanang hop nhat may chuCong quanlyhieu qua honTang cuongchoung dung may chu WebCaithienhieunangvatinhmorongChua bao gio ma sutuongtacgiua Server va Client lai tot nhu W8R2 & W7Truy cap moinoiMicrosoft Windows Server 2008 R2 gives IT Professionals more control over their server and network infrastructure, and provides an enterprise-class foundation for business workloads. Microsoft enables organizations to deliver rich Web-based experiences efficiently and effectively, by reducing the amount of effort required to administer and support your Web-based applications. The powerful Virtualization technologies in Windows Server 2008 R2 enable you to increase your server consolidation ratios, while reducing the amount of administrative effort required for managing the infrastructure. Through increased automation and improved remote administration, Windows Server 2008 R2 helps organizations save money and time, by reducing travel expenses, decreasing energy consumption, and automating repetitive IT tasks. When combined with Windows 7 client operating system, the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008 enables you to provide your employees with anywhere access to corporate data and resources, while helping to maintain the security of your systems.
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 Bdm Overview Rtm 2

    1. 1. Windows Server 2008 R2Business Value Overview<br />Pham Anh Vu<br />Technology Specialist – Public Sector Group<br />Microsoft Vietnam<br />
    2. 2. Windows Server 2008 R2: The Complete Picture<br />Overview<br />Datacenter Challenges and Goals<br />Key Product Highlights<br />Integration: The Microsoft Advantage<br />Summary<br />
    3. 3. Better Together with Windows 7<br />Streamlined Management<br />Robust Web Platform<br />The Complete Picture<br />Virtualization with Hyper-V<br />
    4. 4. Windows Server Release CadenceDelivering on the Promise of New Value<br />Next Major Release<br />2012?<br />2 years<br />Release update<br />2009 H2<br />4 years<br />Major Release<br />2008<br />TODAY<br />2 years<br />Release Update<br />2005<br />Major Release<br />2003<br />
    5. 5. Datacenter Challenges and Goals<br />Efficient<br />Energy Costs<br />R2 Power Management<br />Server Sprawl<br />Hyper-V<br />Agility<br />More Regulation<br />Scalability<br />Management & reporting<br />Advanced Hardware <br />Support<br />IT Agility<br />Better together & Familiar and Supported<br />Cost<br />Lower Budgets<br />Power & Consolidation<br />Consolidated<br />
    6. 6. Key Product Highlights<br />
    7. 7. SITUATION TODAY<br /><ul><li>Difficult management of high-density VM sites
    8. 8. Limited hardware resources per VMs
    9. 9. Lack of unified virtualization architecture
    10. 10. Limited VM client support
    11. 11. Difficult end-to-end management</li></ul>WINDOWS SERVER 2008 R2<br /><ul><li>Live Migration of running VMs
    12. 12. Support for 64-cores, 1 TB RAM and 256 VMs
    13. 13. Integrated RDS/VDI for unified virtual management
    14. 14. Support for SuSE, Red Hat and Solaris
    15. 15. Also, SCVMM can manage ESX</li></ul>Virtualization with Hyper-V & RDS<br />With virtualization, we will save about 50 percent of our annual energy budget for cooling and electricity. Virtualization saves us on hardware and labor. We also save on software licensing fees. And we can save money by creating and managing virtual test environments for some applications with our development group. - LukOil Oil Company<br />
    16. 16. Feature Overview<br />Processor Power Management (PPM)<br />Core Parking<br />Centralized Storage<br />Reduction in Power & Cooling costs (+6%)<br />Power Management<br />WINDOWS SERVER 2008 R2<br /><ul><li>Processor Power Management (PPM)
    17. 17. Core Parking
    18. 18. Centralized Storage
    19. 19. Reduced Power & Cooling costs (+6%)</li></ul>SITUATION TODAY<br /><ul><li>Only basic server power management
    20. 20. Proliferation of disparate hardware
    21. 21. Lack of power reporting</li></ul> REDUCE<br /> MANAGE<br /> RETHINK<br /><ul><li>Increase productivity and reduce footprint
    22. 22. Lead by example
    23. 23. Built in energy efficiency
    24. 24. Resource optimization
    25. 25. Guidance & education
    26. 26. Centralize control
    27. 27. Analyze operations
    28. 28. Monitor goals</li></ul>Over time, however, the company expects to benefit from reduced power consumption and costs. “Because of our size, we can realize significant gains by managing power more efficiently,” says Buckingham. “The electricity billing in our data centers is based on metered power, and we can reduce our monthly bills if we control power consumption with Windows Server 2008 R2.” <br /> -<br />
    29. 29. Scalability & Reliability<br />SITUATION TODAY<br /><ul><li>Lack of advanced hardware support
    30. 30. Disparate systems for advanced hardware and server solutions
    31. 31. Lack of unified management infrastructure</li></ul>WINDOWS SERVER 2008 R2<br /><ul><li>Scaling Out
    32. 32. Flexible management features & emphasis on virtualization
    33. 33. Scaling Up
    34. 34. In-box support for the latest CPU, storage and networking technologies</li></ul>Employee productivity has improved so much that he was able to defer hiring additional sales and management personnel this year. “The $120,000 to $150,000 a year it would cost to fund these positions now goes straight to our bottom line or gets distributed to current employees to help preclude layoffs in the future. - Convergent Computing<br />
    35. 35. SITUATION TODAY<br /><ul><li>Increased need for organizational resource reporting
    36. 36. Too many manual tasks
    37. 37. Complex monitoring and event reporting
    38. 38. Multiple management tools</li></ul>WINDOWS SERVER 2008 R2<br /><ul><li>Best Practice Analyzers across server roles
    39. 39. PowerShell and PowerShell-enabled management tools
    40. 40. Expanded R2 management tool portfolio & System Center suite availability</li></ul>Management & Reporting<br />Using Windows Server 2008 R2, we accomplished a whole year’s worth of IT projects in the first quarter of 2009—even in this tight economy…We couldn’t be more pleased. <br /> - Convergent Computing<br />
    41. 41. SITUATION TODAY<br /><ul><li>Spiraling datacenter costs
    42. 42. Budget pressures vs. need for expansion & agility
    43. 43. Tight economy</li></ul>WINDOWS SERVER 2008 R2<br /><ul><li>Server consolidation & power management
    44. 44. R2 requires no new CALs
    45. 45. Significant new features out-of-box</li></ul>Taking advantage of the BranchCache feature in Windows Server 2008 R2, we can spend $20,000 rather than $50,000 per year on bandwidth by postponing our expansion schedule.<br />- Sporton International<br />IT Budgets<br />
    46. 46. IT Agility<br />SITUATION TODAY<br /><ul><li>Disparate systems & technologies paralyze internal innovation
    47. 47. Multiple management tools and skill sets cement awkward processes
    48. 48. Datacenters largely static hardware-heavy resources</li></ul>Physical<br />Datacenter<br />Work Anywhere<br />Security <br />Simplified Management Better Together synergy<br />Virtual<br />Desktop<br />Branch<br />Identity<br />
    49. 49. SITUATION TODAY<br /><ul><li>Separate client software required to initiate remote session; complex desktop support
    50. 50. Modifications of existing network technologies or even new technologies required for remote sessions
    51. 51. Ongoing investment in VPN and RAS hardware
    52. 52. Separate desktop management policies for remote and local clients</li></ul>WINDOWS SERVER 2008 R2<br />Comprehensive anywhere access for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2<br /><ul><li>Seamless, always-on, secure connectivity; no separate client software required
    53. 53. Utilizes networking technologies already in Windows Server 2008
    54. 54. No separate action required to connect to corpnet while remote. Corpnet is simply there.
    55. 55. Leverages policy-based network access
    56. 56. Enables desktop management regardless of client location</li></ul>With DirectAccess, CCO is saving about $40,000 a year by eliminating its VPN and all its associated hardware, software, licensing, and carrier charges - Convergent Computing<br />Work Anywhere with DirectAccess<br />
    57. 57. WINDOWS SERVER 2008 R2<br />SITUATION TODAY<br />BranchCache™<br /><ul><li>Application and data access over WAN is slow in branch offices
    58. 58. Slow connections hurt user productivity
    59. 59. Improving network performance is expensive and difficult to implement
    60. 60. Caches content downloaded from file and Web servers
    61. 61. Users in the branch can quickly open files stored in the cache
    62. 62. Frees up network bandwidth for other uses</li></ul>Remote Offices & BranchCache<br />Using the BranchCache™ features in Windows Server® 2008 R2 and Windows 7, CCO has simplified remote connection to its network and speed the downloading of important files. It has cut costs by eliminating its virtual private network and has seen a 43 percent savings in wide area network (WAN) bandwidth. - Convergent Computing<br />
    63. 63. SITUATION TODAY<br /><ul><li>File server storage growth increasing at 51% CY08-CY12 (IDC)
    64. 64. But storage costs are decreasing at only 30% (IDC)
    65. 65. IT storage budgets have flattened with up to 60% of current file server data</li></ul>estimated to be stale.<br /><ul><li>IT admins are hampered with little or no visibility into the lifecycle of corporate data.</li></ul>WINDOWS SERVER 2008 R2<br />Revolutionary data management system able to manage file lifecycle based on criteria and policy<br /><ul><li>Identify data based on various criteria, including data type, file type and even content
    66. 66. Manage data lifecycle based on these criteria
    67. 67. Initiate tasks or events based on those same criteria, including backup or encryption
    68. 68. Provide IT administrators with new and much deeper insight into enterprise data. </li></ul>File Classification Infrastructure<br />
    69. 69. Internet Information Services<br />
    70. 70. Integration: The Microsoft Advantage<br />Core Infrastructure Technologies<br />Cross <br />Platform<br /> Existing <br /> Infrastructure<br /> Line of <br /> Business<br />
    71. 71. Increased server consolidation<br />Greater administrative control<br />Unprecedented synergies with client OS<br />Anywhere access<br />Summary<br />Rich Web-based experiences<br />Performance and scalability enhancements<br />
    72. 72. © 2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.<br />The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.<br />