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1 VTUG Microsoft Virtualization for VMware Professionals – Part 2 More Jobs Owner - Bay State Integrated Technology, Inc. (www.BayStateTechnology.com)www.BayStateTechnology.com President - Boston User Groups (www.BostonUserGroups.org)www.BostonUserGroups.org Cubmaster/Leader – Cub Scouts Pack 14, Lakeville, MA {LakevillePack14.com)LakevillePack14.com Founder/Chairman - Virtualization Group Boston (www.VirtG.com)www.VirtG.com Founder/President – North East Leaders Calendar - Azure Trial -

2 VMware or Microsoft? – The Complete Series VMware or Microsoft? – The Complete Series DateArticleAuthor Aug 12, 2013Series IntroductionKevin RemdeKevin Aug 13, 2013What is a Purpose-Built Hypervisor?Kevin RemdeKevin Remde – Aug 14, 2013Simplified Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 Host Patching = Greater Security and More Uptime Chris AvisChris Aug 15, 2013Reducing VMware Storage Costs WITH Windows Server 2012 Storage Spaces Keith MayerKeith Aug 16, 2013Does size really matter?Brian LewisBrian Aug 19, 2013Lets talk certifications!Matt HesterMatt Aug 20, 2013Virtual Processor SchedulingTommy PattersonTommy Aug 21, 2013FREE Zero Downtime Patch ManagementKeith MayerKeith Mayer – Aug 22, 2013Agentless ProtectionChris Avis More Coming..

3 Free Downloads VTUG How To Play! Free Stuff ISO: (Eval) VHD: (Eval) R2: (RC) TOTALLY FREE Windows Server 2012 with Hyper-V R2: MS vCenter Equivalent + MUCH MORE! (Eval) R2: (RC) Free Cloud Resources Activate a Free Azure Trial Create your Free Cloud Virtual Machines, websites and use other cloud resources NOTE : Requires Credit Card but you will NOT be billed if you do not manually change your account to a Pay Account Microsoft Virtual Academy ITProGuru (Dan Stolts) Blog Free Training

4 Creating an SMB Share From Server Manager: 1.Log on or connect to a Windows Server 2012 computer on which the File and Storage role is installed. Open Server Manager and navigate to File and Storage Services 2.In Server Manager, start the New Share Wizard # Create folder MD X:\VMS # Create file share New-SmbShare -Name VMS1 -Path X:\VMS -FullAccess Domain\HVAdmin, Domain\HV1$, Domain\HV2$, Domain\HVC$ # Set NTFS permissions from the file share permissions (Get-SmbShare VMS1).PresetPathAcl | Set-Acl With PowerShell:

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7 VM1 Maximum memory Hyper V Physical memory pool Minimum memory Maximum memory Memory in use Physical memory pool Memory in use Physical memory pool Administrator can increase maximum memory without a restart Dynamic Memory Introduced in Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Reallocates memory automatically amongrunning virtual machines Windows Server 2012 improvements Minimum memory Hyper V smart paging Memory ballooning Runtime configuration

8 Hyper V VM1 Maximum memory Virtual machine starting with Hyper V smart paging Minimum memory VMn Minimum memory Maximum memory VM2 Maximum memory Minimum memory Physical memory pool Physical memory pool Physical memory pool Startup increases memory in use Paging file provides additional memory for startup Benefits Higher consolidation numbers Improved reliability of Hyper V operations Ability to increase maximum memoryconfiguration with minimal downtime Removing paged memory after virtual machine restart Memory reclaimed after startup Physical memory pool Memory in use after startup

9 Dynamic Memory vs. Memory Overcommit Minimum Memory setting Minimum/Maximum memory settings can be modified while VM is running More At…

10 Virtual Memory Management: Dynamic Memory-Much Different Than Memory Over Commit See more at:

11 Check out Tommy Pattersons Blog Post Virtual Processor Scheduling – How VMware and Microsoft Hypervisors Work at the CPU Level

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14 Migrating Storage to an SMB Share 1.To determine the current storage being used by a virtual machine: 2.To migrate the virtual machine storage to an SMB file share: 3.To confirm migration: Get-VM VM1 | FT Name, Path, State Get-VMHardDiskDrive VM1 | FT VMName, Path Move-VMStorage –VMName VM1 –DestinationStoragePath \\FST\VMS Get-VM VM1 | FT Name, Path, State Get-VMHardDiskDrive VM1 | FT VMName, Path You can migrate from… Direct-Attached Storage to SMB file share SMB file share to another SMB file share

15 Capability Hyper-V (2012) vSphere Hypervisor vSphere 5.1 Enterprise Plus VM Live MigrationYesNo 1 Yes 2 1GB Simultaneous Live MigrationsUnlimited 3 N/A4 10GB Simultaneous Live MigrationsUnlimited 3 N/A8 Live Storage MigrationYesNo 4 Yes 5 Shared Nothing Live MigrationYesNoYes 5 vSphere Hypervisor / vSphere 5.x Ent+ Information: network-security/features.html#vxlanhttp://www.vmware.com/products/vsphere/buy/editions_comparison.html network-security/features.html#vxlan

16 Storage Spaces and Thin Provisioning Storage

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18 VHD Library Software Deployment Share General File Share User Home Folder (My Docs) 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Average savings with Data Deduplication by workload type Maximize capacity by removing duplicate data 2:1 with file shares, 20:1 with virtual storage Less data to back up, archive, and migrate Increased scale and performance Low CPU and memory impact Configurable compression schedule Transparent to primary server workload Improved reliability and integrity Redundant metadata and critical data Checksums and integrity checks Increase availability through redundancy Faster file download times with BranchCache Source: Microsoft Internal Testing"

19 Storage Spaces Requirements The criterion for determining which drives are eligible to be part of a Pool are: Minimum drive size is 10 GB Drive is empty, i.e. no partition data exists on the drive Drive is not assigned to any other pool The Primordial Pool will consist of Physical Disks that are not assigned to any existing Storage Pool Windows Server 2012 Serial ATA (SATA) or Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) connected disks (in an optional just-a-bunch-of- disks [JBOD] enclosure) Multinode clustered shared-storage deployments Two or more servers running Windows Server 2012 Requirements as specified for failover clustering and Windows CSV SAS connected JBODs that comply with Windows Certification requirements Drive Type Stand-Alone File Servers Clustered File Servers SATASupported SCSISupported iSCSISupported SASSupported USBSupported

20 How does Storage Spaces Work? An example…

21 Process of Handling Resources

22 Storage Spaces Management Interface

23 Configuring a Storage Pool

24 Creating a Storage Space (Virtual Disk)

25 Data Redundancy in Storage Spaces Redundancy TypeDescription Simple Data is striped across physical disks Maximizes capacity Increases throughput Mirror Data is duplicated on two or three physical disks Increases reliability Reduces capacity by 50 to 66 percent Parity Data and parity information are striped across physical disks Increases reliability Reduces capacity by 13 to 33 percent

26 Deduplication Capacity Optimization Scale and Performance Reliability and Data Integrity

27 External Intelligent Storage Array Virtual Disk Token Benefits Rapid virtual machine provisioning andmigration Faster transfers on large files Minimized latency Maximized array throughput Less CPU and network use Performance not limited by networkthroughput or server use Improved datacenter capacity and scale Offloaded Data Transfer (ODX) Token-based data transfer between intelligent storage arrays

28 Capability Hyper-V (2012) vSphere Hypervisor vSphere 5.1 Enterprise Plus Native 4-KB Disk SupportYesNo Storage VirtualizationYes (Spaces)NoYes (VSA) Data DeduplicationYesNo iSCSI/FC SupportYes 3 rd Party Multipathing (MPIO)YesNoYes (VAMP) 1 Network File System SupportYes (SMB)Yes (NFS) Offloaded Data Transfer (ODX)YesNoYes (VAAI) 2 vSphere Hypervisor / vSphere 5.x Ent+ Information: and

29 Storage Spaces and Thin Provisioning Storage

30 Managing Storage with PowerShell Parameters configured with GUI and PowerShell Underlying storage pool name Virtual disk name Resiliency setting (Simple, Mirror, or parity) Provisioning type (Thin or Fixed) Virtual disk size Parameters configured only with PowerShell Number of columns: the number of columns the virtual disk contains Number of data copies - number of complete copies of data that can be maintained Disk interleave - number of bytes forming a stripe Physical disks to use - specific disks to use in the virtual disk PowerShell is required to access many of the advanced features afforded by the new Storage Management application programming interface (API) Example: New-StoragePool

31 Integrating Storage Pools with Failover Clustering Clustered Storage Spaces require fixed provisioning Clustered virtual disks require underlying hardware to support persistent reservations

32 Thin Provisioning and Trim Requirements Enabled by default in Windows Server 2012 Storage infrastructure that complies with the certification that is required for Windows Server 2012 Standards-compliant hardware for identification Capabilities Identification Windows Server 2012 uses a standardized method to detect and identify thinly provisioned virtual disks Notification When configured physical storage use thresholds are reached, Windows Server 2012 notifies the administrator through events; events can be used for automated actions by sophisticated management applications, such as Microsoft System Center Optimization Windows Server 2012 provides a new API that lets applications return storage when it is no longer needed. NTFS issues trim notifications in real time when appropriate. Trim notifications are issued as part of storage consolidation (optimization), which is performed regularly on a scheduled basis

33 Benefits Affordable in-box business continuity anddisaster recovery Failure recovery in minutes More secure replication across network No need for storage arrays No need for other software replicationtechnologies Automatic handling of live migration Simpler configuration and management New feature Replicate Hyper V virtual machines from a primary site to a replica site Hyper V role and tools Hyper V cmdlets Hyper V PS integrated UI Hyper V Management Module tracks and replicates changes for each virtual machine Hyper V role and tools Hyper V cmdlets Hyper V PS integrated UI Hyper V Management Module receives and applies the changes to the replica virtual machine Primary site CRM virtual machine SQL virtual machine SharePoint virtual machine Exchange virtual machine IIS virtual machine Exchange replica virtual machine CRM replica virtual machine Replicate over WAN link SMB file share Send/receive replica traffic SAN R1 R2 R3 P1P2 Replica site

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35 Capability Hyper-V (2012) vSphere Hypervisor vSphere 5.1 Enterprise Plus Incremental BackupYesNo 1 Yes 1 Inbox VM ReplicationYesNo 1 Yes 1 vSphere Hypervisor / vSphere 5.x Ent+ Information: virtualization/vsphere/compare-kits.htmlhttp://www.vmware.com/products/vsphere/buy/editions_comparison.htmlhttp://www.vmware.com/products/datacenter- virtualization/vsphere/compare-kits.html Replication CapabilityHyper-V ReplicavSphere Replication ArchitectureInbox with HypervisorVirtual Appliance Replication TypeAsynchronous RTO5 Minutes15 Minutes Planned FailoverYesNo Unplanned FailoverYes Test FailoverYesNo Simple Failback ProcessYesNo Automatic Re-IP AddressYesNo Point in Time RecoveryYes, 15 pointsNo OrchestrationYes, PowerShellNo, SRM

36 Hypervisor VM Management Automation Service Mgmt. Monitoring Self-Service vSphere Hypervisor vCenter Server vCenter Orchestrator vCloud Automation Center vCenter Ops Mgmt. Suite vCloud Director Hyper-V Virtual Machine Manager Orchestrator Service Manager Operations Manager App Controller Protection vSphere Data Protection Data Protection Manager

37 VMware or Microsoft? – The Complete Series VMware or Microsoft? – The Complete Series DateArticleAuthor Aug 12, 2013Series IntroductionKevin RemdeKevin Aug 13, 2013What is a Purpose-Built Hypervisor?Kevin RemdeKevin Remde – Aug 14, 2013Simplified Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 Host Patching = Greater Security and More Uptime Chris AvisChris Aug 15, 2013Reducing VMware Storage Costs WITH Windows Server 2012 Storage Spaces Keith MayerKeith Aug 16, 2013Does size really matter?Brian LewisBrian Aug 19, 2013Lets talk certifications!Matt HesterMatt Aug 20, 2013Virtual Processor SchedulingTommy PattersonTommy Aug 21, 2013FREE Zero Downtime Patch ManagementKeith MayerKeith Mayer – Aug 22, 2013Agentless ProtectionChris Avis More Coming..

38 Free Downloads VTUG How To Play! Free Stuff ISO: (Eval) VHD: (Eval) R2: (RC) TOTALLY FREE Windows Server 2012 with Hyper-V R2: MS vCenter Equivalent + MUCH MORE! (Eval) R2: (RC) Free Cloud Resources Activate a Free Azure Trial Create your Free Cloud Virtual Machines, websites and use other cloud resources NOTE : Requires Credit Card but you will NOT be billed if you do not manually change your account to a Pay Account Microsoft Virtual Academy ITProGuru (Dan Stolts) Blog Free Training

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41 © 2013 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. 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.


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