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 Welkom  Virtualization  Storage  Pauze  Networking  Identity and Access.

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2  Welkom  Virtualization  Storage  Pauze  Networking  Identity and Access

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4 Scale Multitenant Cost

5 Virtualization Storage Networking Identity and Access

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7 Once Hyper-V Replica is enabled, VMs begin replication Affordable in-box business continuity anddisaster recovery Configurable replication frequencies of 30seconds, 5 minutes and 15 minutes Secure replication across network Agnostic of hardware on either site No need for other virtual machinereplication technologies Automatic handling of live migration Simple configuration and management Replicate Hyper ‑ V VMs from a Primary to a Replica site Once replicated, changes replicated on chosen frequency Upon site failure, VMs can be started on secondary site

8 Replication configured from primary to secondary Once a VM has been successfullyreplicated to the replica site, replicacan be replicated to a 3 rd location Chained Replication Extended Replica contents match theoriginal replication contents Extended Replica replication frequenciescan differ from original replica Useful for scenarios such as SMB ->Service Provider -> Service Provider DRSite Replicate to 3 rd Location for Extra Level of Resiliency Replication can be enabled on the 1 st replica to a 3 rd site

9 Improvements Faster and simultaneous migration Live migration outside a clusteredenvironment Store virtual machines on a File Share VM Target host Live migration setup SMB network storage IP connection Configuration data Memory pages transferred Memory content MEMORY Modified pages transferred Modified memory pages Storage handle moved Live migration based on server message block (SMB) share VM

10 Computer running Hyper ‑ V Target deviceSource device Benefits Manage storage in a cloud environmentwith greater flexibility and control Move storage with no downtime Update physical storage available to avirtual machine (such as SMB-basedstorage) Windows PowerShell cmdlets Live migration of storage Move virtual hard disks attached to a running virtual machine Reads and writes go to the source VHD Disk contents are copied to new destination VHD VHD Disk writes are mirrored; outstanding changes are replicated Reads and writes go to new destination VHD Virtual machine VHD

11 Destination Hyper ‑ V Virtual machine Target deviceSource device Virtual machine Source Hyper ‑ V IP connection Configuration data Memory content Modified memory pages Benefits Increase flexibility of virtual machineplacement Increase administrator efficiency Reduce downtime for migrations acrosscluster boundaries Shared-nothing live migration Reads and writes go to the source VHD Reads and writes go to the source VHD. Live Migration Begins Disk contents are copied to new destination VHD Disk writes are mirrored; outstanding changes are replicated Live Migration MEMORY VHD Live Migration ContinuesLive Migration Completes

12 SystemResource MAXIMUM NUMBER Improvement factor Windows 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012 R2 Host Logical processors on hardware × Physical memory1 TB4 TB4× Virtual processors per host5122,0484× Virtual machine Virtual processors per virtual machine 46416× Memory per virtual machine64 GB1 TB16× Active virtual machines3841,0242.7× Cluster Nodes16644× Virtual machines1,0004,0004×

13 Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Introduced Dynamic Memory to enablereallocation of memory automaticallybetween running virtual machines Enhanced in Windows Server 2012 & R2 Minimum & Startup Memory Smart Paging Memory Ballooning Runtime Configuration Achieve higher levels of density for your Hyper-V hosts 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

14 Hyper-V Smart Paging Reliable way to keep a VM running whenno physical memory is available Performance will be degraded as disk ismuch slower than memory Used in the following situations: VM restart No physical memory is available No memory can be reclaimed from othervirtual machines on that host Utilize disk as additional, temporary memory 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 Removing paged memory after virtual machine restart Memory reclaimed after startup Physical memory pool Memory in use after startup

15 Features Storage capacity up to 64 TBs Corruption protection during power failures Optimal structure alignment for large-sectordisks Benefits Increases storage capacity Protects data Helps to ensure quality performance on large-sector disks VHDX Large allocations and 1 MB aligned Header region Data region (large allocations and 1 MB aligned) Metadata region (small allocations and unaligned) Intent log Block Allocation Table (BAT) Metadata table User data blocks Sector bitmap blocks User metadata File metadata Header

16 Expand Virtual SCSI Disks 1. Grow VHD & VHDX files whilst attachedto a running virtual machine 2. Then expand volume within the guest Shrink Virtual SCSI Disks 1. Reduce volume size inside the guest 2. Shrink the size of the VHDor VHDX file whilst the VM is running Online VHDX Resize provides VM storage flexibility

17 Allows an administrator to specify amaximum IOPS cap Takes into account incoming &outgoing IOPS Configurable on a VHDX by VHDXbasis for granular control whilst VM isrunning Prevents VMs from consuming allof the available I/O bandwidth tothe underlying physical resource Supports Dynamic, Fixed& Differencing Control allocation of Storage IOPS between VM Disks

18 VHDX files can be presented to multipleVMs simultaneously, as shared storage VM sees shared virtual SAS disk Unrestricted number of VMs canconnect to a shared VHDX file Utilizes SCSI-persistent reservations VHDX can reside on a Cluster SharedVolume on block storage, or onFile-based storage Supports both Dynamic and Fixed VHDX Guest Clustering No Longer Bound to Storage Topology Flexible choices for placement of Shared VHDX

19 Ease of Management & Operations PXE boot from Optimized vNIC Hot-Add CD/DVD Drive Dynamic Storage VMs have UEFI firmware with supportfor GPT partitioned OS boot disks >2TB Faster Boot from Virtual SCSI with OnlineResize & increased performance Security Removal of emulated devices reducesattack surface VM UEFI firmware supports Secure Boot VMs built on Optimized, Software-Based Devices

20 Improved VMBus Capabilities enable: Audio over VMConnect Copy & Paste between Host & Guest Smart Card Redirection Remote Desktop Over VMBus Enabled for Hyper-V on both Server& ClientFully supports Live Migration of VMs Enhancing VMConnect for the Richest Experience

21 Activate VMs without managingproduct keys on a VM by VM basis VMs activated on start-up Reporting & Tracking built-in Activate VMs in remote locations, withor without internet connectivity Works with VM Migration Generic AVMA key for VMs activatesagainst a valid, activated WindowsServer 2012 R2 Hyper-V host Simplifying Activation of Windows Server 2012 R2 VMs

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26 The act of finding and removing duplication within data without compromising its fidelity or integrity Purpose: Store/Transfer less data How it works: Segment data into small variable sized chunks Identify and remove duplicate chunks Replace duplicate copies of each chunk with a reference to a single copy Compress chunks What is Deduplication?

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