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3 Enabling IT Pros and Development Teams Across the IT Lifecycle Vision Move from Physical to Logical Managed by policy State-aware, Self-healing Available, secure and real-time Completely Services-based Federated and connected On-premise, off-premise, hosted Efficient dev-to-IT operations Virtualization is a Key Driver Control Costs Increase Availability Increase Availability Improve Business Agility

4 ServerVirtualization ApplicationVirtualizationApplicationVirtualization User State Virtualization Roaming Profiles Folder Redirection DesktopVirtualization PresentationVirtualizationPresentationVirtualization Storage Virtualization

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6 Why We Virtualize “Why is virtualization such a big deal? A lot of people understand, and they think it's about saving money, it's about saving power, it's about green IT, it's about space, and that's certainly true. But in our perspective, it's much, much bigger than that, and people are just now beginning to understand that. We think that there's a major transformation taking place in IT. This major transformation that's been taking place for years is starting to accelerate, and we believe that virtualization is a major enabler and catalyst of that transition that's taking place.” - Tom Bittman, Gartner VP and Chief of Research of Infrastructure and Operations, at Microsoft’s Virtualization Launch Event

7 Hardware OS Data, User settings Applications Roaming Profiles + Folder Redirection Roaming Profiles + Folder Redirection Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) Local Desktop Virtualization Remote Desktop Virtualization Focus: Reducing Costs Focus: Increasing Flexibility Session-Based Desktops (RDS) Traditional Client Computing RemoteApp (RDS)

8 Opportunities: Retire older hardware Reduce physical servers, floor space, and power Repurpose freed servers for new business needs Rejoice in the new processor technologies Server Utilization

9 “Maxol runs Exchange Server 2007, SQL Server 2005, Terminal Services, and file and print servers as key workloads in its virtual environment. Going forward, nearly every business application at Maxol will be a candidate for virtualization.” - Maxol Case Study Full support for key server applications in a virtualized environment Server workload licensing to enable virtualization mobility Management of the workloads is key, not just the virtual machine “We’ve seen first-hand that we can virtualize everything from file, print, and web servers to database servers running SQL Server and Oracle, and actually have the virtual machine run *faster* than what it ran on our original physical box.” - Janssen Jones, Indiana University + Line of Business Applications

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12 RDS (Session-Based) VDI (VM-Based) Technology Maturity ProvenEmerging ScalabilityHigher ratio of users/serverLower ratio users/server Isolation/Security Session-based isolation Shared OS across users Must run as standard user VM-based isolation Dedicated OS per user Can run as administrator Remote User Experience Protocol-dependent User Flexibility User is running as a userUser can have full rights Application Compatibility Windows Server OSWindows Client desktop

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15 Business Continuity with Virtualization Adding virtualization to your business continuity plan will reduce costs and minimize business downtime by: Increasing the availability of server infrastructure Inexpensively extending protection to more applications Minimizing time and resources needed to support infrastructure Disaster Recovery High Availability Backup and Recovery Business Continuity Quick/Live Migration VHD Shared Storage Backup/Recovery Clustering Secondary Site Primary Site Storage Array Disaster Recovery Backup/Recovery 15

16 High Availability for Virtual Environments Host Clustering with Migration Capability Virtual machine Guests failover from one node to another Hyper-V leverages Windows Server 2008 Clustering for Quick Migration VHDs reside on shared disk Hosts are clustered Guests are not clustered Guest VMs can run any OS

17 Virtualization Storage Fundamentals VM storage options Virtual hard disks Dynamically expanding Fixed size differencing Pass through disks Direct access FC or iSCSI Usually higher performance Direct iSCSI disk Exposed directly to VM

18 SharePoint Server 2007 Recent SharePoint adopters are more likely to use server virtualization for deployments Consolidation - Much more manageable Easier to scale Balanced utilization and flexible configuration Farm mobility – HA, DR Does your organization run SharePoint on virtual machines or physical servers Source: Enterprise Strategy Group, Dec 08 Use of VMs vs. physical servers for SharePoint deployments, by length of time SharePoint has been deployed Source: Enterprise Strategy Group, Dec 08 Among organizations that have been using SharePoint in production for less than 6 months, 42% have done so on a virtual infrastructure

19 ) ) % CPU Throughput (Batch requests/sec) Relative Throughput for Windows Server 2008 Heavy Load Moderate Load Low Load CPU over-commit Almost Linear Scale No CPU over-commit Almost Linear Scale No CPU over-commit Results: Increased throughput with consolidation Near linear scale in throughput with no CPU over-commit Improved performance with Windows Server 2008 R2 and SLAT processor architecture Configuration: OS: Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 Hyper-V™ Hardware: HP DL585 (16 core) with SLAT HP EVA 8000 storage Virtual Machines: 4 virtual processors and 7 GB RAM per virtual machine; Fixed size VHD

20 Windows 7 1VCPU 1GB, Intel Xeon x4 Core, 72GB Source: "Citrix XenDesktop 4 and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 with Hyper-V on the Intel Xeon Processor 5600 and 7500 Series", April 2010 Source: March 2010, "Best Hypervisor for VDI? Only Two Make the Cut" Hyper-V: 63 XenServer: 57 Other: desktops

21 iSCSI Performance with Intel® G NIC with VMDq, Intel® Xeon 5580 Platform, Windows Server 2008 R2 and R2 Hyper V Breakthrough I/O Performance on Hyper-V Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the approximate performance of Microsoft Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. Buyers should consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems or components they are considering purchasing. Near native iSCSI performance Read/Write IOPs and Throughput Test

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23 Management is KEY!!!!

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25 Standardize on scalable server hardware Architect IT services for shared and abstracted compute resource pools Ramp up virtualization efforts and expertise Standardize on management platform across deployment models Fine-tune processes around IT/people interaction Management

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27 NETWORK PCs Running Windows 7 Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs Windows Embedded for Thin Clients Integrated Management User state Virtualization Application Delivery Desktop Delivery Virtualization Platform 3 rd party Partner Solutions

28 Microsoft RemoteFX in Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 will enable a local-like, rich media experience for session-based or virtual desktops. Dynamic Memory in Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 enables better consolidation ratios with predictable performance Dynamic MemoryRemoteFX

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34 WW Server IB WW Server Shipments WW Virtual Server IB 31.5% 0.6% 6.5% Source: IDC, Bringing the Private Cloud to the Data Center, Doc # DR2010_T2_ME, March 2010

35 Continued Innovation with R2 Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V and System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 Better flexibility Live Migration Cluster Shared Volumes Quick Storage Migration Hot Add/remove of Storage Processor compatibility mode Boot from VHD Green IT with Core Parking Performance and Resource Optimization (PRO)* Intelligent Placement* Cross-Platform Support (VS2005,Hyper-V, ESX)* Self-Service Portal* Improved Performance and Scalability 64 logical processor support Improved memory management TCP Offload support Virtual Machine Queue (VMQ) Support Improved Networking * Available in R1 Release

36 Business Value Virtualization Maturity Index Strategic Virtualization Time Standardize Automate Explore Utility Servers Tactical Virtualization Different SLAs – common infrastructure Business Applications Mission-Critical Applications Universal Desktop Everything virtualized Where do you want to be? Reduce capital expenditure Reduce operational expenditure Deliver higher service levels More responsive to business needs Reduce capital expenditure Reduce operational expenditure Deliver higher service levels More responsive to business needs


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