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1 Click to edit Master text styles Transformation your Datacenter through Virtualization Lionel Cavalliere Senior Product Marketing Manager, EMEA VMware, Inc

2 The state of IT today Building upon a Solid Foundation Standardizing on a Better Way to Manage IT Datacenter Economics Transformed Virtualization : the path to cloud computing Agenda

3 Trends and Business Challenges Facing IT Meet Service Levels Better Support the Business Reduce Capital & Operational Costs Simplify Management Get a Better Return on Investments Today’s IT Departments

4 Other App Win App Linux App OtherLinuxWindows Challenges with Traditional x86 Computing Application Challenges Complex Silo-ed Inefficient Infrastructure Challenges Expensive custom availability Hard to secure Inflexibility : Difficult to change

5 *Source: IBM Scorpion, VMware 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Server utilization rates* Efficiency # components Numbers of components which need to be procured, provisioned, managed, secured, etc. Complexity Key IT Obstacles What’s Increasing Pressures Do more with less Comply with security and regulatory requirements What’s Decreasing Resources Less able to add new functionality or improve IT service levels C/S Web SOA

6 Growing Gap Business Needs IT Capacity The Result What the business needs vs. What IT departments can deliver

7 You’ve got goals. You’ve got challenges. VMware Virtualization WILL help

8 Agenda The state of IT today Building upon a Solid Foundation Standardizing on a Better Way to Manage IT Datacenter Economics Transformed Virtualization : the path to cloud computing

9 Automate Separate ConsolidateAggregate Self-Managing Datacenter Capacity On Demand Server Consolidation Test and Development Computing Clouds On and Off Premise Hypervisor Management Liberate The Evolution of the Virtual Datacenter

10 What is Virtualization? Hardware Application With Virtualization Without Virtualization VMware server virtualization packages hardware + OS + applications into a portable virtual machine package Allows multiple applications to run in isolation within virtual machines on the same physical machine Virtualization provides direct access to the hardware resources to give you much greater performance than software emulation

11 Partitioning Run multiple virtual machines simultaneously on a single server Hardware Independence Run a virtual machine on any server without modification Encapsulation Entire virtual machine is saved in files Can be moved/copied like any other file Files Data Apps System Isolation / Secure Virtual machines are isolated one from each other Hypervisor OS App OS App OS App The Key Properties of Virtualization

12 The Hypervisor is the Foundation Partitions a server into virtual machines Availability: Embedded in OEM servers Free of charge download Plug-and-Play Minimal configuration. run VMs in minutes OS-Independent, thin, 32MB architecture Unparalleled security and reliability ESXi is the new generation of the market-leading ESX hypervisor VMware ESXi Virtual Machines App OS App OS App OS App OS

13 Liberate Automate SeparateConsolidate Aggregate Self-Managing Datacenter Capacity On Demand Server Consolidation Test and Development Computing Clouds On and Off Premise Hypervisor Management The Evolution of the Virtual Datacenter CapEx Savings

14 Centralized Management VMware VirtualCenter SHARED STORAGE VMware VirtualCenter

15 Memory OptimizationDynamic BalancingHigher Consolidation VM Density Robustness and Reliability Not All Consolidation is Created Equal

16 Agenda The state of IT today Building upon a Solid Foundation Standardizing on a Better Way to Manage IT Datacenter Economics Transformed Virtualization : the path to cloud computing

17 AutomateSeparateConsolidate Aggregate Self-Managing Datacenter Capacity On Demand Server Consolidation Test and Development Computing Clouds On and Off Premise Liberate Hypervisor Management Hypervisor Management Virtual Infrastructure The Evolution of the Virtual Datacenter Opex Savings

18 Traditional View VMware Infrastructure Defined Virtual Environment Exchange Operating System File/Print Operating System VPN Operating System CRM Operating System Interconnect Pool CPU Pool Memory PoolStorage Pool VMware Infrastructure

19 Pools of Shared Resources Virtualized Environment Interconnect Pool CPU Pool Memory PoolStorage Pool VMware Infrastructure The best place to run applications! Dynamic Management of Resources: Compute Storage Network Real Time allocation: Guaranteed application performance

20 Fundamental building block : Live Migration (VMotion) – Eliminates planned downtime – Enables dynamic load balancing – Reduces power consumption – Essential to managing the virtualized datacenter * Source: Comprehensive survey of VMware customers conducted in 2007 Proven: VMotion has been available since 2003 and is now trusted by 62% of VMware customers in production* Hypervisor

21 Highly Available Restart immediately when H/W or OS fail Protect all applications On Demand Capacity Scale without disruption Reconfigure on the fly Save time The Always On, Optimized, Energy Efficient Datacenter X VMware Infrastructure Dynamic Resource Scheduling Balance workloads Right-size hardware Optimize real time

22 Infrastructure Best place to Run your Applications Guarantee application performance – Fast recovery from hardware or software failure – Security threats detected and eliminated – Application delivery is automated Applications VMware Infrastructure Transforms infrastructure into pools of shared resources

23 Capacity On Demand Hypervisor Management Virtual Infrastructure AutomateSeparateConsolidateAggregate Self-Managing Datacenter Server Consolidation Test and Development Computing Clouds On and Off Premise Hypervisor Liberate Hypervisor Management Hypervisor Management Virtual Infrastructure Automation The Evolution of the Virtual Datacenter Business Agility

24 Leading to Greater Standardization and Efficiency What the assembly line did for manufacturing… …VMware is doing for IT!

25 Standardized Software Containers Virtual Machines are standardized software containers + Virtual Machines are the new atomic unit of management = Unprecedented Standardization and Automation in the Datacenter

26 Dev and QA Staging Production Automation of the Application Delivery Cycle Test & Dev Resource Pool Pre-Production Resource Pool Production Resource Pool VMware Infrastructure TestIntegrationStagingProductionDev

27 VMware Site Recovery Manager – Simplifies and automates disaster recovery workflows: Setup, testing, failover – Turns manual recovery runbooks into automated recovery plans – Provides central management of recovery plans from VirtualCenter – Works with VMware Infrastructure to make disaster recovery rapid, reliable, manageable, affordable Production SiteRecovery Site App OS App OS App OS VMware Infrastructure Leverages VMware Infrastructure to deliver advanced disaster recovery management and automation App OS App OS App OS

28 Application maintenance 15% Application innovation 45% Infrastructure innovation 10% Infrastructure maintenance 30% Application maintenance 30% Application innovation 23% Infrastructure innovation 5% Infrastructure maintenance 42% BEFOREAFTER Source: VMware Fortune 100 Customer Maintenance Innovation Maintenance Innovation Realizing the benefits of Greater Automation

29 Agenda The state of IT today Building upon a Solid Foundation Standardizing on a Better Way to Manage IT Datacenter Economics Transformed Virtualization : the path to cloud computing

30 *Source: IDC and VMware TAM program Infrastructure Cost per App $14,235 $5,694 Before VMwareAfter VMware The VMware Effect: Customer Breakthroughs 60% Reduction in Cost 2–3x Gain in Productivity Workloads per Admin 30–75 Before VMwareAfter VMware 100–250

31 Online TCO Calculator for Server Consolidation

32 plus … VMware is Lowest TCO Per VM VMware VI3 Foundation VMware VI3 Enterprise Other Solutions 2-way server (4GB RAM) $6,000 Cost: Guest Windows licenses 1 $5,998 Cost: Virtualization license $1000$5,750$0 Subtotal $12,998$17,748$11,998 Total VMs 2 (512MB each) 15* 7 Cost per VM $866$1,183 $ List price for 2-socket Windows 2003 Server Datacenter Edition 2 Assumes a 2:1 memory overcommit ratio based on VMware advanced memory mgmt technologies * Assumes 512MB of memory used by “host virtualization SW” for all vendors VI3 Enterprise Edition includes management capabilities like VMotion, Storage VMotion, DRS, HA, Consolidated Backup, Update Manager, and DPM that the competitors don’t have. VMware’s cost-per-VM beats even “free” products

33 How VMware Reduces Energy Cost / Consumption Highest consolidation rates on most secure and reliable virtualization platform Safely improve utilization rates 80% energy reduction Dynamic server and storage migration Power off unneeded servers in real-time Migrate storage dynamically 25% energy reduction Host desktop PCs in the datacenter Use thin clients, double refresh cycle Reduce storage for similar desktop images 70% energy reduction

34 Examples of Productivity using VMware 4-6 weeks Hardware maintenance window; app migration takes days/weeks Patch each host manually with downtime Weekend testing, uncertain restore Slow, error-prone development / testing Iterative, error-prone release management BEFORE VMwareAFTER VMware Instant Provisioning Fully automated to days No maintenance window or planned downtime; migrate app in seconds Automated patching with no downtime Automated testing during day, quick/reliable restore Automated self-service development / testing Push-button, precise release management Live Migration Disaster Recovery Patch Management Service Delivery

35 Transforming Costs, Efficiency and Availability Key IT ObjectivesKey IT Metrics Reduce Capital and Operational Costs 1 Consolidate and Simplify Infrastructure 2 1 Defer Data Center Expansion by years Reduce Capex by >70% and Opex by > 80% 3 Meet Service levels efficiently Automate Service Level Assurance 6 5 >90% apps assured of >99.9% availability Improve utilization across all apps by 3-4X Time to provision, move, change down to minutes! 2 Simplify Management Manage Infrastructure Efficiently & Effectively 4 3 Increase time spent on strategic projects 2X

36 Agenda The state of IT today Building upon a Solid Foundation Standardizing on a Better Way to Manage IT Datacenter Economics Transformed Virtualization : the path to cloud computing

37 Capacity On Demand Hypervisor Management Virtual Infrastructure Evolution of the Virtual Datacenter AutomateSeparateConsolidateAggregate Self-Managing Datacenter Server Consolidation Test and Development Computing Clouds On and Off Premise Hypervisor Management Hypervisor Management Virtual Infrastructure Automation Liberate

38 VMware Infrastructure -> Virtual Datacenter OS App OS App OS App OS The Evolution of VMware Infrastructure Application vServices Scalability Infrastructure vServices SecurityAvailability vNetworkvStoragevComputevCloud Off-premise Cloud ESX vCenter Application Management Infrastructure Management Desktop Linux SaaSWindowsJ2EE.Net VDC-OS is to the entire datacenter what Windows and Linux are to a single server

39 The virtual datacenter OS (VDC-OS) from VMware vCloud vCenter On-premise Infrastructure SaaS LinuxGridWindowsJ2EE.Net VMware Infrastructure -> virtual datacenter OS Application vServices Scalability Infrastructure vServices SecurityAvailability vNetworkvStoragevCompute Cloud vServices ……. Web 2.0 VDC-OS is to the entire datacenter what Windows and Linux are to a single server Make applications more scalable, secure and resilient in a virtual environment than physical. Virtual is simply better than physical for all apps. Aggregate the entire hardware of a datacenter – server, storage and network- into a big shared resource that can be allocated on- demand to any app - like a just- in-time factory. Seamless movement of applications between on premise and off-premise clouds. Cloud computing made easy for the enterprise.

40 vApp – New Model for Describing and Deploying Applications Availability = 99.99% Security = High Performance = 500 msec SLA Definitions vApp App OS App OS App OS VMware Infrastructure -> Virtual Datacenter OS Application vServices Scalability Security Availability Allows management of multi-tier applications as a single entity Utilizes industry standard OVF to provide instructions on how to deploy Templates, Clone and other operations execute at the vService level Simpler, application centric view of management Easier portability of applications Applications can now be written to monitor and scale themselves Scalability

41 App OS App OS App OS XX App OS App OS App OS App OS X Zero downtime, zero data loss No complex clustering or specialized hardware required Single common mechanism for all applications and OS-es Single identical VMs running in lockstep on separate hosts Zero downtime, zero data loss failover for all virtual machines in case of hardware failures Integrated with VMware HA/DRS VMware ESX Example of Application vService : VMware Fault Tolerance FT HA Availability

42 Policies (SLA) Quality of Service 99.9% Uptime Fault Protection Encryption Enabled 55 Users 2 Servers 1 Database 75 Users 4 Servers Monitor and Control QoS with vCenter AppSpeed Monitor application performance from end-user perspective Collect and correlate across tiers and in VMware Infrastructure Automated SLA management Enables proactive detection of end user performance issues Integration with VI enables root cause and remediation

43 Summary VMware provides the foundation for datacenter virtualization with the most reliable and secure next generation hypervisor VMware standardizes management across applications, operating systems and hardware Infrastructure can become a shared resource pool with new levels of flexibility and automation VMware drives down TCO with high rates of consolidation, increased availability and lower ongoing operating costs VMware will deliver in 2009 the elastic, self-managing and self- healing datacenter with the Virtual Datacenter OS (VDC OS) Cloud computing is round the corner

44 Questions?

45 Backup Slides

46 Recent VMware Customer Survey *Global Customer Relationship Survey January 2008, VMware Customer Experience Team 98%96%95%90% Beat or met their virtualization expectations Renew their support contract Saw a two year ROI Would recommend VMware products Sent to 200,000 end users in 10 languages: 7% response rate (13,750 complete)

47 Live Migration Extended to Storage Live migration of VMs across storage disks with no downtime Minimizes planned downtime

48 The Technology Ecosystem is Designing Around VMware I/O Subsystem CPU Security Networking Storage Management Applications

49 Key Ecosystem Initiatives I/O Subsystem CPU Security Networking Storage DR Replication, VM Aware Storage Pluggable Virtual Switches, VM Aware Networking I/O Virtualization and Standards Processor Assist co-development VMSafe Management Applications Virtual Appliance Program Licensing Integrated Management and Standards

50 The Virtual Datacenter Operating System APP OS APP OS APP OS VMware Infrastructure – Adaptive, deploying and re-configuring infrastructure resources quickly – Self-optimizing, moving resources real time to guarantee application Quality of Service – Fault tolerant, recovering applications from any failure without disruption – Automated, accelerating IT processes while ensuring compliance – Self-protecting, detecting and eliminating security threats proactively Reliable & Dynamic Infrastructure for Enterprise Applications

51 VMware enables a local datacenter “cloud” – On-demand capacity via DRS – Self-healing and tolerant of hardware failures – Applications seamlessly move between resources VMware enables hosting providers offer better services – Hosted/SaaS offerings can be standard x86 applications – On-demand capacity even more critical – Offer customers add-on services of backup, DR, and security VMware’s Role in “Cloud Computing”

52 Transforming the Data Center The Data Center of the future will be somewhat different to the traditional mainframe or client server application architectures. – Based on standard components, both software and hardware that Provides seamless scalability on demand Has automation built in Is aligned to business demand and service requirements – This represents a major shift from the traditional “Glass House” model of the Data Centre. – This new Service Orientated Infrastructure will facilitate the adoption of distributed and component based applications (An SOA model) – The migration to this new Data Centre paradigm will require a number of technology and process/policy changes to be made, creating a shift from managing boxes to managing services.

53 VM and vService mobility goes even further – Compute-, Network-, and Storage-VMotion – Extending from the LAN to Wide-Area-Networks Manage vServices independently of where they run – vService includes full state and infrastructure instructions – Just as VMs separate software from hardware, vServices separate software and software management from the hardware Next Phase: Connecting the Clouds


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