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3 Hosts Support for up to 320 logical processors& 4TB physical memory per host Support for up to 1,024 virtual machinesper host Clusters Support for up to 64 physical nodes &8,000 virtual machines per cluster Virtual Machines Support for up to 64 virtual processorsand 1TB memory per VM Massive scalability for the most demanding workloads

4 Expand Virtual SCSI Disks1. Grow VHD & VHDX files whilst attachedto a running virtual machine 2. Then expand volume within the guest Shrink Virtual SCSI Disks1. 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

5 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 Token-based data transfer within the storage array

6 Live migration maintaining Fibre Channel connectivity Hyper ‑ V host 1 Hyper ‑ V host 2 Worldwide Name Set B Worldwide Name Set A Worldwide Name Set B Unmediated access to a storage areanetwork (SAN) Hardware-based I/O path to virtual harddisk stack N_Port ID Virtualization (NPIV) support Single Hyper ‑ V host connected to different SANs Up to four Virtual Fibre Channel adapterson a virtual machine Multipath I/O (MPIO) functionality Supports Live migration Access Fibre Channel SAN data from a virtual machine Worldwide Name Set A

7 Bandwidth Management Establishes a bandwidth floor Assigns specified bandwidth for each typeof traffic Helps to ensure fair sharing duringcongestion Can exceed quota with no congestion 2 Mechanisms Enhanced packet scheduler (software) Network adapter with DCB support(hardware) Achieve desired levels of networking performance Relative minimum bandwidth Strict minimum bandwidth Bandwidth oversubscription Normal priority High priority Critical Hyper ‑ V Extensible Switch W=1W=2W=5 Bronze tenant Silver tenant Gold tenant Hyper ‑ V Extensible Switch 100 MB200 MB500 MB 1 Gbps Gold tenant Hyper ‑ V Extensible Switch 500 MB 1 Gbps NIC Teaming 1 Gbps

8 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

9 Export a clone of a running VM Point-time image of running VMexported to an alternate location Useful for troubleshooting VMwithout downtime for primary VM Export from an existing checkpoint Export a full cloned virtual machinefrom a point-in-time, existing checkpointof a virtual machine Checkpoints automatically merged intosingle virtual disk Duplication of a Virtual Machine whilst Running VM1VM2

10 Utilizes available CPU resources on thehost to perform compression Compressed memory sent across thenetwork faster Operates on networks with less than 10gigabit bandwidth available Enables a 2X improvement in LiveMigration performance Intelligently Accelerates Live Migration Transfer Speed VM Target host Live migration setup iSCSI, FC or SMB Storage IP connection Configuration data Memory pages compressed, then transferred Memory content MEMORY Modified pages compressed, then transferred Modified memory pages Storage handle moved VM

11 Host running Hyper ‑ V Target deviceSource device Move virtual hard disks attachedto a running virtual machine 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 Increased Flexibility through Live Migration of VM Storage 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

12 Destination Hyper ‑ V Virtual machine Target deviceSource device Virtual machine Source Hyper ‑ V IP connection Configuration data Memory content Modified memory pages Increase flexibility of virtual machineplacement & increased administratorefficiency Simultaneously live migrate VM & virtualdisks between hosts Nothing shared but an ethernet cable No clustering or shared storagerequirements Reduce downtime for migrations acrosscluster boundaries Complete Flexibility for Virtual Machine Migrations 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

13 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

14 Secure Isolation for traffic segregation,without VLANs VM migration flexibility Seamless Integration Key Concepts Provider Address – Unique IP addressesroutable on physical network VM Networks – Boundary of isolationbetween different sets of VMs Customer Address – VM Guest OS IPaddresses within the VM Networks Policy Table – maintains relationshipbetween different addresses & networks Network Isolation & Flexibility without VLAN Complexity Network/VSIDProvider AddressCustomer Address Blue (5001) Blue (5001) Blue (5001) Red (6001) Red (6001) Red (6001)

15 Multi-tenant VPN gateway in WindowsServer 2012 R2 Integral multitenant edge gateway forseamless connectivity Guest clustering for high availability BGP for dynamic routes update Encapsulates & De-encapsulatesNVGRE packets Multitenant aware NAT forInternet access Bridge Between VM Networks & Physical Networks

16 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

17 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

18 Virtual Machines Virtual Machine Manager Features VM management. Service management. Self-service VM networks. Multi-tenancy/multi-stamp. Self-service tenant administration. Enterprise identity for SPF. Extensibility for hosted cloud API. Service Management API / Service Provider Foundation Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Windows Server 2012 R2

19 Core service dashboardConfiguration and controlUtilization reporting

20 Include one or more servicesBind services to cloudsSet quotas and add-ons

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22 Learn more and download the Windows Azure Pack. Download the Windows Server 2012 R2 server-2012-r2.aspxhttp://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/windows-server/windows- server-2012-r2.aspx Download the System Center 2012 R r2.aspx

23 © 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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