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1Virtualization for Server Consolidation August 2013
2Agenda Business and IT Challenges How Can Virtualization Help? VMware vSphereNext Steps
3What’s Top of Mind? Business Priorities BYOD Virtualization Keeping their business up and running, securelyBalance IT supply (resources and skills) with IT demandIncrease agility to quickly respond to new business requirementsBYOD85% surveyed stating employees use personal devices for work.Virtualization3 out of 4 planning virtualization projectsDisaster Recovery43% never re-open after disasters and 29% close within 2 yearsMobility1.1 billion cell phones and 300 million tablets shipped by 2015.SLIDE: What’s Top of Mind for Companies today?#1 is keeping their businesses up and running. For IT this means ensuring that IT services are available, performing well and secureCompanies are also finding themselves short-handed. Challenged by the imbalance of limited IT resources and ever-growing demand for additional IT services and adoption of new technologiesAnd, third but certainly not least, how to quickly take advantage of new business opportunities and respond to competitive threatsThese business priorities, of course, translate into key IT priorities.Companies see the value of virtualization and many are planning on expanding the use of virtualization throughout their datacentersHaving a solid BCDR solution in place is another key IT initiative. Keeping their business up and running is critical. Studies have shown that 43% of companies never re-open after a disaster and 29% go out of business within 2 yearsSecurity is another big issue. A security breach can have significant negative impact to a company’s business operations, sales and reputationEnabling employees to be productive from anywhere, on any device at any time is also a key IT initiative. In this regard, companies are looking for simple and cost-effective ways to support and manage multiple end-user devices and platforms.And lastly, cloud is on everybody’s mind. How can cloud computing technologies and cloud services be leveraged to help the company scale more efficiently and be more nimble and agile?Many businesses, especially small and midsize business and in emerging markets, are faced with challenges from many directions. They have limited supply of resources and skill against the increasing demand on IT to keep their business up and running while trying to enable and support innovation and be agile to respond to business requirements.Many have challenges with their growing IT infrastructure and 3 out of 4 are planning virtualization projects.They also understand the exposure of not having a DR plan with known stats such as 43% of business that never re-open after disasters and 29% closing within 3 years of a disasterSecurity also continues to be a challenge and a recent study showed that there are 12 targeted attacks detected daily in companies, how many more go undetected?On the other hand, with consumerization of IT being a fast moving trend and mobile devices outgrowing PCs, they are faced with the need to integrated and adopt new technology in their workplace. 85% of companies surveyed stated BYOD is a growing trend with employees using personal devices for work. And, there are 1.1 billion cell phones and 300M tablets projected to ship by 2015.And for companies needing scale but are constraint by their budget, resource or time, we see them exploring cloud computing as an alternative, with a recent industry survey indicating that a 3rd have already adopted cloud and another 3rd plan to use the cloud in some form.<click>With all these for their IT team to consider, what’s top of mind is to keep their business up and running, securely; how they balance their IT supply with demand; and how to increase IT agility so they can quickly respond to new business requirements=========================================================Cloud~60% have or plan to adopt cloud in the next year.Cyber Attacks12 targeted attacks detected dailySource: Market Analysts and Industry Research
4A Balancing Act: Objectives and Resources Business DemandsCustomer SatisfactionRevenueCash flowIT ChallengesCapEx & OpExService Level AgreementsIT ComplexityFaced with the need to balance business objectives and limited, often shrinking, IT resources, customers in this situation look to simplify IT to help reduce cost and complexity.They invest in technology solutions that matter, that allow them to do more with less, resulting in growth in revenue and customers, improved cash flow and profitability.As a result, customers who who adopt the right solutions become nimble to react to changing market conditions and threats, and most importantly maintaining their competitive edge and staying in business.Simplify ITDo More with LessInvest in Solutions that Matter and Deliver Results
5Traditional IT Environment Client EndpointsPublicEnd UsersDevicesOS / Apps / DataOn-PremiseOff-PremiseManagementTraditional IT EnvironmentThe traditional IT environment presents some challenges to IT teams.In a traditional IT environment you see a very silo'ed environment where IT pros are asked to manage multiple technology stacks with little interoperability.As IT adds services - desktop, application and data - these services are often acquired and consumed through different models and a variety of tools are used to manage these IT services.As businesses add alternative computing models such as public cloud for SaaS, another set of management tools and dashboards are used.IT management also becomes silo’d, often resulting in missed SLAs due to reactive vs proactive management.With this complex environment, IT is challenged with managing trying to manage all these services, on- and off-premise, efficiently to meet their business requirements.These challenges have a direct effect on the bottom line of IT teams with limited resources, tight budgets and tight deadlines.Infrastructure and Services
6Challenges of Traditional Computing Environments 1:1 ratio of server/OS/applicationLow resource utilization across IT environmentServer sprawl = Increasing cost and complexityDifficult to scale applications to keep up with demandsKeeping applications available, optimizedSilos of applications = silos of solutions for protectionA comprehensive BCDR solution can be multi tiered and complexLack of comprehensive visibility across the IT infrastructureCost and complexity restricts the solutionSome applications are left unprotectedNo easy way to test = unpredictable results in the event of an outage
7Top Technology Priorities “While the majority of Global 1000 enterprises are heavily virtualized, many smaller enterprises and those in emerging economies are still early in their virtualization effort.” — Gartner, 2012Q. Which of the following initiatives are likely to be your IT organization top technology priorities over the next 12 months?Top IT PrioritiesBC/DRSecurityConsolidationVirtualization and automation% critical or high priorityBased on Forrester’s budgets and priorities survey last year, it was evident that the top IT priorities amongst SMB, Commercial and Enterprise companies are addressed by our VMware portfolio. BCDR, Security, Consolidation and Virtualization are top priorities across all segments, with a significant oppty in SMB and commercial segments."Forrsights Budgets and Priorities Tracker Survey, Q2 2012, Forrester Research, Inc., 2012"Source: Forrsights Budgets And Priorities Tracker Survey, Q2 2012, Forrester Research, Inc, 2012VMware market segment definition: SMB: employees, Commercial: employees, Enterprise: 5000+
8Virtualization still tops for major IT spending priorities Approved by IDC for use.Source: IDC State of the Market: IT Spending Review & 2013 Outlook, November 2012
9Hardware Independence VirtualizationSimple Application ProtectionEntire system – including application, OS, and data – is stored as virtual machine filesSimplify availability and data protection for applications and virtual machinesEncapsulationCost-Efficient InfrastructureImprove hardware utilization and reduce footprintReduced hardware requirements at recovery siteUse recovery hardware to run low-priority appsConsolidationvSphereI want to review 3 key features of virtualization that lead to better disaster recovery.Encapsulation. Because virtualization captures everything about a server into just a few files on disk, the real benefit here is mobility. The ability to move your VMs wherever you want. You can back them up in the same way you currently protect your other files. You can also replicate them to your disaster recovery site, so that they will be available when you need to recover from an outage.Consolidation. Server consolidation means doing more with less. You’re reducing your physical footprint, which also means you can streamline your disaster recovery plans and standardize your recovery process.Hardware Independence. This means being able to recover onto any x86 hardware. So, you have the flexibility to buy different servers for your recovery site, or even fewer servers. Continuing to virtualize your production site will free up additional machines that can then be moved over to your recovery site.Flexible InfrastructureLeverage a pool of servers to avoid failuresEliminate need for identical hardware across sitesEnable waterfalling of equipment to recovery siteHardware IndependencevSphere
10Key Properties of Virtual Machines PartitioningRun multiple operating systems on one physical machineDivide system resources between virtual machines
11Key Properties of Virtual Machines : Continued PartitioningRun multiple operating systems on one physical machineDivide system resources between virtual machinesVMwareIsolationFault and security isolation at the hardware levelAdvanced resource controls preserve performance
12Key Properties of Virtual Machines : Continued PartitioningRun multiple operating systems on one physical machineDivide system resources between virtual machinesVMwareIsolationFault and security isolation at the hardware levelAdvanced resource controls preserve performanceEncapsulationEntire state of the virtual machine can be saved to filesMove and copy virtual machines as easily as moving and copying files
13Key Properties of Virtual Machines : Continued PartitioningRun multiple operating systems on one physical machineDivide system resources between virtual machinesVMwareIsolationFault and security isolation at the hardware levelAdvanced resource controls preserve performanceEncapsulationEntire state of the virtual machine can be saved to filesMove and copy virtual machines as easily as moving and copying filesHardware IndependenceProvision or migrate any virtual machine to any similar or different physical server
14Why Should I Virtualize? 1. Reduce the Complexity to simplify operations and maintenance2. Dramatically Lower Costs to redirect investment into value-add opportunities3. Enable Flexible, Agile IT Service Delivery to meet and anticipate the needs of the businessReduce the Complexity by moving from discrete, siloed infrastructure components, and the management of silos, to pooled infrastructure that can be managed holistically.Dramatically Lower Costs through maximum utilization of resources by effective pooling, increased automation of operational processes, and the appropriate use of available public cloud services.Enable Flexible, Agile IT Service Delivery through policy-driven automation and self-service capabilities, regardless of where these services are sourced from or delivered to.The net of these 3 initiatives is to drive new levels of IT agility, and thus drive increased business value through IT.Drive IT Agility to Increase Business Value141414
15How Do I Get Those Benefits? Consolidation - One-time event that moves existing applications onto a fewer number of serversContainment - An ongoing effort to virtualize new applications and manage growth of existing onesAvailability – Introducing virtualization to increase application availability and data recoverability…there are many more benefits of virtualization
16Save Time During Disaster Recovery PhysicalConfigure hardwareInstall OSConfigure OSInstall backup agentStart “Single-step automatic recovery”VirtualPoweron VM40+ hrsRestoreVM< 4 hrsEliminate recovery stepsNo operating system re-install or bare-metal recoveryNo time spent reconfiguring hardwareStandardize recovery processConsistent process independent of operating system and hardwarevSphere also simplifies the disaster recovery process, by eliminating many of the time-consuming manual steps. For example, it eliminates the need to reinstall and reconfigure operating systems and applications because all of that information is encapsulated in the VM data on disk.
19% workloads on virtualized infrastructure Virtual Reality% workloads on virtualized infrastructure80%70%60%50%40%30%20%10%Virtualization technology is the foundation of our success, today and for the future.VMware pioneered the market for x86 server virtualization, forever changing the landscape of both desktop and server computing.Virtualization addresses IT’s most pressing challenge: the infrastructure sprawl that compels IT departments to channel most of their budgets into maintenance, leaving scant resources for business-building innovation.Because X86 computers are designed to run just one operating system and application at a time, even small data centers have to deploy many servers, each operating at just 5% to 15% of capacity—highly inefficient by any standard.Virtualization software solves the problem by abstracting compute resources from the hardware on which they run, pooling them together, and automating their management.Today the vast majority of workloads run on virtualized infrastructure.VMware has continued to lead the virtualization market. VMware is the clear industry leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for virtualization vendors*, and accounts for over 80% of all virtualized workloads in the world.VMware’s virtualization infrastructure platform is battle-tested. VMware provides the only virtualization platform proven to deliver maximum uptime in the most demanding, in-production enterprise environments.IT is facing a new set of challenges posed by the shifting technology landscape…*Gartner “Magic Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualization Infrastructure” by Thomas J. Bittman, George J. Weiss, Mark A. Margevicius, Philip Dawson, June11,201320052006200720082009201020112015Source: Gartner “Magic Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualization Infrastructure” by Thomas J. Bittman, George J. Weiss, Mark A. Margevicius, Philip Dawson, June 11, 2012
20VMware: The Industry-Leading Virtualization Software Company $4.61 billion in revenues for 2012More than 500,000 customers99% of the Fortune 10099% of the Fortune 50099% of the Fortune 1000100% of the Fortune Global 10099% of the Fortune Global 500Over 55,000 partners worldwide~13,800 employees worldwideFulfilling our vision to empower people and organizations has made VMware the industry-leading virtualization software company.More than 500,000 customers, from small and midsize companies to large enterprises—including 99 percent of Fortune 500 and 100 percent of Fortune Global 100 companies—use VMware technologies and services.More than 55,000 partners, including technology and consulting partners, top distributors and resellers, and system vendors and integrators, help provide customers with freedom and choice.Through the broadest set of cloud service provider partners—more than 10,000 of them—VMware is making the hybrid cloud a reality.VMware stays close to customers with offices in more than 100 countries.Innovation begins with the more than 13,000 VMware employees.
21The Broadest, Most Mature Ecosystem for Virtualization/Cloud 2,200+ Technology Alliance Partners10,000+ Service Provider Partners55,000+ Total PartnersDistributors, ISVs, OEMs, Solution Providers, Service Providers, System IntegratorsWe are not in this alone—our partners are key to our success.We have invested heavily since our inception in building out a comprehensive ecosystem of partners to support our customers’ needs.Collectively, VMware and our Partner Network bring the expertise, technology, and services to help all of our customers achieve their full IT potential.The entire VMware partner community will be able to participate in selling and providing services that help VMware empower its customers.93,000+ VMware Certified Professionals
22Customers Are Benefiting from vSphere Financial ResourcesHuman ResourcesEarth’s Resources50% - 60% CapEx Reduction25%+ OpEx ReductionDelayed data center expansion33% Reduction in Admin TimeThe impact to IT can be characterized in 3 categories of resource savings – financial, human, and the earth’s.The first category, Financial Resources, is what attracts most people to virtualization in the beginning – server consolidation. For example, VMware customers have seen on average a 50 to 60 percent cost reduction in server hardware when leveraging VMware technology.Of even bigger impact for some is the ability to delay costly datacenter expansion, because of the reclaimed floor space, power and cooling as a result of these consolidation efforts.The second category is Human Resources, or staff labor. This is all about shifting their focus away from managing hardware, to spending time on business needs.A study of our highly virtualized customer base showed that on average these customers were spending one-third less time on routine administrative tasks in IT operations due to virtualization and the automation achieved with it. That’s a third of your day, everyday, in return capacity.And finally, the Earth’s Resources, which contributes literally to green initiatives. Virtualization in the datacenter has shown the ability to save up to 80% in energy costs.The result of all of these savings can now be applied to the business. And with advances in automation and self-service enablement, IT can dramatically increase its responsiveness to the business.Up to 80% reduction in datacenter energy costsSource: Gartner; 29 July 2010 Q&A: Six Misconceptions About Server Virtualization, Tom Bittman.
23VMware Virtualization Delivers Business Value With vCenter Operations Management and vSphere , TUI InfoTec was able to identify root causes of IT issues, saving 70% on hardware investments and reducing time to indentify problems by 50%.Within two years, Ducati infrastructure went from zero-to-98% virtualized, all with no down time and supporting a 3x increase in production.This slide highlights 3 customers who transformed their IT environment with VMware virtualization.TUI InfoTecIs using vSphere + vCenter Operations Management together to improve utilization of their IT resources thanks to the optimization recommendations found in vC Ops.They are also leveraging vC Ops to help pinpoint problems in their environment quicker than ever before. This capability is helping to improve the efficiency of their IT teams as well as improve availability of applications.DucatiThis is a customer who really saw the value of virtualization early on in their adoption which helped them go from 0-98% virtualized within the span of 2 yearsVirtualization has helped them eliminate downtime and improve production, both directly impacting their bottom line.Myron StevesHere’s another customers who adopted VMware virtualization and saw improvement in availability.They were able to improve the time it takes to recover from an outage and were also able to save a lot of money with their new solution in place – eliminating the $400,00 they were previously paying to their solution provider for DR services.With VMware virtualization, Myron Steves can switch their business over to their backup datacenter anytime and be up and running within a few hours instead of days. And they eliminated $400,000 service cost paid to a third-party disaster recovery service
24vSphere Virtualization Platform Server consolidationIntegrated backup and recoveryAutomatic failure detection and restart of servicesMove running VMs between hostsReplication of VMs across the LAN or WANCapabilitiesBefore VirtualizationAfter VirtualizationReduce CapEx, improve resource utilization, reduce IT management complexitySimplify backup and recovery infrastructure and processesImprove SLAs for virtualized applicationsEnable maintenance with zero downtimeSimplify disaster recoveryBenefits
25Protect Against Failures vSphere High Availability (HA)Detect server failures and provide rapid recovery by automatically restarting VMs on available seversProtect applications from operating system failures by automatically restarting VMs when an operating system failure is detected.vSpherevSphere High AvailabilityvSphereNo RebootSeamless CutovervSphere Fault Tolerance (FT)Single identical VMs running in lockstep on separate hostsGuarantee application availability and zero data loss even when a server failsNo complex clustering or specialized hardware requiredSLIDE: Protect Against FailuresHA: VMware vSphere High Availability (HA) provides easy-to-use, cost effective high availability for applications running in virtual machines. In the event of physical server failure, affected virtual machines are automatically restarted on other production servers with spare capacity. In the case of operating system failure, vSphere HA restarts the affected virtual machine on the same physical server.vSphere HA allows IT organizations to:Minimize downtime from server and operating system failureIncrease protection across your infrastructureFT: vSphere Fault Tolerance (FT) provides continuous availability for applications in the event of server failures by creating a live shadow instance of a virtual machine that is in virtual lockstep with the primary instance. By allowing instantaneous failover between the two instances in the event of hardware failure, FT eliminates even the smallest chance of data loss or disruption.Automatically trigger seamless stateful failover when the protected virtual machines fail to respond for zero downtime, zero data loss continuous availabilityAutomatically trigger the creation of a new secondary virtual machine after failover, to ensure continuous protection to the applicationvSphere Fault Tolerance
26vSphere App HA Overview Benefits Detect and recover from application or OS failureSupports most common packaged applications (Exchange, SQL, Oracle, SharePoint, etc.)vCloud Extensibility – APIs to EcosystemvSphereOSAPPVMware HAAppRestart123BenefitsSimpler management from vCenter ServerTier 1 application protection at scaleLower TCO than traditional application specific cluster availability solutionsvSphere App HA is a new feature that complements the functionality of vSphere HA to detect and recover from application failure.App HA improves application uptime through policy-based, application-level monitoring and automated remediation with multiple recovery options, e.g. restart the application service or restart the virtual machine.App HA eliminates the need for application-specific clustering solutions, therefore reducing the complexity involved in managing infrastructure silos, as well as cost associated with the solutions.vSphere App HA leverages VMware vFabric™ Hyperic® to deliver uniform monitoring and support for the most commonly used, off-the-shelf applications.NEO-BO JF1
27Eliminate Planned Downtime vSphere vMotionMigrate VMs between vSphere hosts without application downtimeMove VMs out of failing or underperforming servers without downtimePerform hardware maintenance without scheduling downtime or disrupting business operationsvSpherevSphere vMotionvSphere Storage vMotionPerform live migration of VM disk file across heterogeneous storage array with complete transaction integrity and application availabilityEliminate application downtime for storage maintenanceSimplify array refresh/retirement, improve array performance and capacity balancingvSphereSLIDE: Eliminate Planned DowntimevSphere vMotion enables the live migration of running virtual machines from one physical server to another with zero downtime, continuous service availability and complete transaction integrity. vMotion is a key enabling technology for creating the dynamic, automated and self-optimizing datacenter.Move running virtual machines instantlyManage and schedule live migrations with easeStorage vMotion: Perform live migration of virtual machine disk files within and across storage arrays with vSphere Storage vMotion. Relocate virtual machine disk files while maintaining continuous service availability and complete transaction integrity.Simplify array migrations and storage upgradesDynamically optimize storage I/O performanceEfficiently manage storage capacityvSphere Storage vMotion
28vMotion without Shared Storage Live Migration Without Shared StorageLive migration of a virtual machine without the need for shared storageExtends VMware’s revolutionary technology for automated virtual machine movementZero downtime migrationNo dependency on shared storageLower operating costHelps meet service level and performance SLAsSLIDE: vMotion without Shared StorageEnhancements to vMotion in vSphere 5.1 provide a new level of ease and flexibility for live virtual machine migrations. Prior to vSphere 5.1, both vMotion and Storage vMotion required shared storage to perform live migrations of virtual machines. (vMotion required shared storage between hosts performing the vMotion. Storage vMotion required a host to have access to the source and destination datastores.) vSphere 5.1 removes the shared storage requirement.vSphere 5.1 enables a virtual machine to change its datastore and host simultaneously, even if the two hosts don't have any shared storage in common. It allows virtual machine migration between clusters in a larger datacenter, which may not have a common set of datastores between them but also allows virtual machine migration in small environments without access to expensive shared storage equipment.vSphere 5.1 allows combining vMotion and storage vMotion into one process. This combined migration copies both the virtual machine memory and its disk over the network to the destination host. After all the memory and disk data are send over, the destination virtual machine will resume and the source virtual machine will be powered off.vSphere vMotion
29vSphere Data Protection Simplify Backup And Recovery With Integrated Data ProtectionBackup and recovery tightly integrated with vSphereBased on EMC Avamar technologySimple setup and management through vCenterHighly efficient global deduplication across all VMsSpeedy recovery of VMsVMware vSphereData deduplicatedAnd stored on VDP applianceVDPvSphere Data Protection (VDP), an entirely new backup and recovery solution included with vSphere 5.1. It replaces vSphere Data Recovery and included with all editions of vSphere Essentials+ and above.First, VDP is very space efficient. The usage of a variable-length deduplication algorithm ensures minimum amount of disk space is used and reduces ongoing backup storage growth.Data is deduplicated across all Virtual Machines (VMs) associated with the VDP virtual appliance. A change at a beginning of a file will be processed to find that change – not considered as an entire file change. This type of algorithm has the highest rates of deduplication with an average of 99% seen in file systems and 96% in databases.Second, VDP reduces the load on hosts and required network bandwidth. Through tight Storage APIs for Data Protection (VADP) integration, VDP leverages Changed Block Tracking, sending only daily unique changes over the network in order to minimize traffic. The process is transparent and automated, enabling up to eight VMs to be backed up concurrently. Since VDP resides in a dedicated virtual appliance, backup processes are offloaded from production VMs.VDP is very easy to use and tightly integrated with vCenter, allowing users to quickly set up backup policies. And everything can be managed directly from the vSphere Web Client. Setting backup schedules is simple and efficient, since administrators can define different policies based on specified retentions and schedules. Policies are applied to groups of virtual machines, based on business needs and data types.Finally, VDP is based on EMC Avamar and provides numerous capabilities and performance optimizations for VMware Virtual Machine backup and recovery. The underlying technology found in VDP has been successfully deployed at over 6000 customers, so you can rest assure your data is reliably protected.This initial version of VDP is ideally suited to protect smaller environments with up to 2TB of deduplicated storage or 100VMs. Larger environments can be protected by scaling out multiple VDP virtual appliances.vSphere Data ProtectionvSphere Data Protection Advanced adds enhanced scalability and application integration
30Virtual Machine Replication for Disaster Recovery vSpherevSphere ReplicationSite A (Primary)Site B (Recovery)Simplify Disaster RecoveryVirtual machine level replication by the vSphere hostIncluded with vSphere Essentials+ and aboveLow cost, efficient replication optionSimple setup from within vCenter ServerIntegration with SRM enables automated DR processSLIDE: Virtual Machine Replication for Disaster RecoveryvSphere Replication has been designed specifically to provide very cost-efficient, simple, yet powerful replication for SRM deployments.It is more cost-efficient because it reduces both storage costs and replication costs. At the storage layer, vSphere Replication eliminates the need to have higher end storage arrays at both sites. Customers can use lower end, different storage across sites, including Direct Attached Storage. For example, one popular option is to have Tier 1 storage at the production site, but lower end storage at the failover site, such as older arrays or less expensive arrays. vSphere Replication is also bundled with SRM at no additional cost, eliminating the additional cost of storage-based replication licenses.vSphere Replication is also inherently simpler than storage-based replication. Replication is managed directly from vCenter, eliminating dependencies on storage teams. And it is managed at the level of individual VMs, making the setup of SRM much simpler.Despite its simplicity and cost-efficiency, vSphere Replication is still a robust, powerful replication solution. It can provide 15 minute RPOs, and gives the flexibility to set RPOs between 15 minutes to 24 hours. It tracks changed disk areas and only replicates the latest deltas to increase network efficiency, and will scale upwards of 500 virtual machines. It does however have a few limitations, such as the lack of support for automated failback (in this initial release), file-level consistency, no support for FT, linked clones, templates, and physical-mode RDMs.vSphere Replication
31Simplify Anti-Virus Administration Centralized and Simplified ProtectionSecure your VMs with offloaded anti- virus and anti-malware (AV) solutions without the need of agentsHigher consolidation ratios by preventing the possibility of AV stormsImproved performanceSLIDE: Simplify Anti-Virus AdministrationVMware vShield™ Endpoint strengthens security for virtual machines while improving performance for endpoint protection by orders of magnitude. vShield Endpoint offloads antivirus and anti-malware agent processing to a dedicated secure virtual appliance delivered by VMware partners. The solution is designed to leverage existing investments by allowing customers to manage antivirus and anti-malware policies for virtualized environments with the same management interfaces they use to secure physical environments.Improve consolidation ratios and performance by eliminating anti-virus "storms"Streamline antivirus and anti-malware deployment and monitoring in VMware environments.Satisfy compliance and audit requirements through logging of antivirus and anti-malware activities.vShield Endpoint
32Dynamically Align Resources With Business Demands Resource PoolDynamically Allocate And Balance VMs To Guarantee Optimal Access To ResourcesAlign resources to meet business goalsIncrease system administrator productivityAutomate hardware maintenanceMinimizes power consumption while guaranteeing service levels (DPM)Another feature of vSphere that helps customers scale their environment is Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS)DRS dynamically allocates and balances virtual machines to guarantee optimal access to resources. This can be a helpful capability as demand for applications grow especially in very dynamic environmentsThe benefits include:Dynamic alignment of resources to meet business goalsIncreased IT efficiency and Increase in system administrator productivityMinimization of power consumption while guaranteeing service levels with Distributed Power Management (DPM)DistributedResource Scheduler3232
33Align Server Resources with Demand Optimize DRS Clusters For The Lowest Possible Power ConsumptionPower up/down a host based on demand for server resourcesUp to an additional 20% reduction in power costs with DPMVMware vSphereSLIDE: Align Server Resources with DemandvSphere Distributed Power Management (DPM) continuously optimizes power consumption in the datacenter. When virtual machines in a DRS cluster need fewer resources, such as during nights and weekends, DPM consolidates workloads onto fewer servers and powers off the rest to reduce power consumption. When virtual machine resource requirements increase, DPM brings powered-down hosts back online to ensure service levels are met.Cut ongoing power and cooling costs by up to 20% in the datacenter during low utilization time periodsAutomate management of energy efficiency in the datacenterDistributedPower Management
34vSphere Flash Read Cache: Server-based Flash to Accelerate VM Performance OverviewVirtualized flash resource managed just like CPU and memoryPer-VM hypervisor-based read caching using server flashCompatible with vMotion, DRS & HAvSphereNewFlash PoolCPU PoolMemory PoolBenefitsAccelerates performance for mission critical applications by up to 5-10xEnables efficient use of server flash in virtual environmentsFully transparent read-caching – no host agents or application changesAccelerate performancevSphere Flash Read Cache is vSphere feature that virtualizes server side flash providing a high performance read cache layer that dramatically lowers application latency. The caching is fully transparent to the VM without requiring any guest agents. vSphere Flash Read Cache enables allocation of flash resources at a per-VMDK granularity providing vMotion consistent read caching and integration with DRS for initial placement SAN/NASNEO-BO JF1
35Simplify Networking Provisioning and Administration Simplified Provisioning And Administration Of Virtual Machine NetworkingEnables the use of third party virtual switches such as Cisco Nexus 1000v in vSphere environmentsEnhanced security and monitoring for VMs migrated via vMotionSLIDE: Simplify Networking Provisioning and AdministrationA more aggressive feature we have is the vSphere Distributed Switch. As we move towards architectures like the cloud, we need to make sure the distributed switch is distributed across a large group of hosts. And that gives us the infrastructure we need to better track VMs. If there’s any troubleshooting, we have a single methodology that allows us to be flexible in finding what’s wrong with the environment.Distributed Switch
36Simplify vSphere Host Management Standardize And Simplify Configuration And Management Of vSphere HostCapture the blueprint of a known, validated configuration including networking, storage and security settings and it to many hosts to simplify setupHost profile policies can also monitor complianceProfilesSLIDE: Simplify vSphere Host ManagementCapture host level configuration settings and save them as a template to configure other vSphere hosts. Monitor hosts for configuration changes and automatically alert vSphere administrators if a host falls out of compliance.Reduce the time spent manually configuring vSphere hostsEnsure host configuration consistency and complianceStandardize storage, network and security configurations across vSphere hostsEnables stateless (diskless) host configurations with vSphere Auto DeployvSphere Host Profiles
37Simplify Deployment and Patching Reduce Manual Deployment and Patching ProcessesDeploy and patch vSphere hosts in minutes using a new “on the fly” modelCoordination with vSphere Host Profiles2 new operating modes – stateless caching and stateful installFast initial deployment and patchingCentralized host and image managementContinue deployment even when a failure occursvSpherevCenter Server with Auto DeployHost ProfilesImage ProfilesSLIDE: Simplify Deployment and PatchingStateless caching. Lets you continue operation if the Auto Deploy server becomes unreachable.Stateful install. Lets you obtain the master image from the Auto Deploy Server to quickly and easily install a new host.Auto Deploy
38Storage Distributed Resource Scheduler Scalable Storage ManagementDatastore ClusterStorage vMotionoverloadedAffinityReduce Time For VM Provisioning With Dynamic StorageScalable storage managementReduce time for VM provisioningEliminate VM downtime for storage maintenanceAutomated Out of space avoidanceAutomated I/O bottleneck avoidanceSLIDE: Scalable Storage ManagementWe’ve looked at a few technologies related to vCenter, now we’re going to look at some technologies related to storage.The first is Storage DRS, which is a new capability. Like the DRS function we mentioned before, the idea is to start applying a load balancing characteristic into the environment, but this time, not just CPU and memory, but storage specifically. As we start to bring virtual disks online and into our environment, we can load balance them across the 3 storage clusters. If we encounter a scenario where we’re overloaded, we can correct the action (either manually or automatically).In addition, it can handle the needs of virtual disks that live in the environment, and ensures that they are kept together.The last significant piece is the maintenance mode. It gives you the availability to take virtual disks offline without impacting the environment.Storage Distributed Resource Scheduler
39Profile Driven Storage Optimize Storage UtilizationTier 1Tier 2Tier 3High IO ThroughputTier Storage Based On Performance or SLAsUtilize the correct storage resources every time (no mistakes)Help IT personnel that may not be as familiar with storage characteristics align with business and application goalsImprove storage utilization and efficienciesSLIDE: Optimize Storage UtilizationProfile–Driven Storage can align different storage levels, and provides a better way of aligning and optimizing storage. In this case, when we have a new VM, we can make sure it’s put in the best storage place. This tool can be also be used if you have a VM that’s already been placed in the wrong place.Profile Driven Storage
40Ensure Resource for Top Tier Applications 1. VM requests more resources2. Other VMs are starved for resources3. w/ I/O controls, can give VIP VMs preferential accessSet Up SLAs For Use Of Storage And Network ResourcesEliminate the “noisy neighbor” problemMore granular SLA settings for network trafficExtend Storage SLAs to more VMsSLIDE: Ensure Resource for Top Tier ApplicationsThe last piece related to advanced functionality is the vSphere Network and Storage I/O Control. The idea here is to make sure there’s no access that isn’t relevant to the business, storage or network. If we notice this in the environment, we can intentionally move things around according to where they should be. We can also ensure we’re making the right allocations at the right time, and that functions remain dormant until they need to be used.Network and Storage I/O Control
41vSphere Big Data Extensions Hadoop Stack: vSphere extending to support Big Data workloadsOverviewvSphere extends support for Big Data workloads, including all major Hadoop distributionsVirtualize Hadoop on common vSphere infrastructure for unmatched flexibilitySeparation of storage and compute enables elastic scaling and true multi-tenancyBenefitsElastic scalabilityHigher cluster utilizationEasy to use interfaceLower TCO through hardware consolidationEnhanced HA/FT leveraging vSphereElastic Scaling: Separation of Storage and ComputeOne of the exciting new areas we are seeing dramatic growth in is around Big Data and Hadoop. We have been working for the past couple of years at VMware to figure out a way to make Hadoop workloads run better on vSphere.Through our efforts around Project Serengeti, we have created a management tool that integrates with vSphere’s vCenter to help customers deploy, run and manage Hadoop clusters running on vSphere. This brings all the benefits of virtualization to Hadoop, most notably agility, multi-tenancy, and reliability and security.One key advantage of virtualizing Hadoop can be found in the lower left hand side of the page. By deploying multiple virtual machines on a single physical host, customers are able to separate data and compute resources within the same physical host. This allows customers to spin up different compute VMs seamlessly (elastic scaling) while keeping their data persistent and secure. This allows customers to create true multi-tenancy environments and to scale clusters elastically at the click of a button. Even when virtualizing Hadoop on vSphere, customers are able to maintain data locality to ensure performance that is roughly equivalent to a native deployment.Additionally, by introducing the notion of VM-based isolation to Hadoop, customers are able to better control data, making their Hadoop clusters more reliable and secure. Resource, version and security isolation allows IT to specify resource pools amongst internal users, partition datasets to ensure data security, and simultaneously run different OS, distro, and app versions. This gives IT departments ultimate control of their data while leveraging vSphere’s industry leading HA/FT technology.VMware is continuing to improve its ability to support and run Hadoop workloads on vSphere and look for this to be an area of continued innovation.Physical HostVMCurrent Hadoop:Combined Storage/ComputeComputeT1VMT2VMStorageVMStorageVM
42Virtualize Smarter – vSphere with Operations Managment vSphere with Operations ManagementWorld’s leading virtualization platformInsight to workload capacity and healthVMware vSphere The proven compute virtualization platformCapacity planning – know how many days before capacity runs out so IT can continue to be responsiveOptimize efficiency – know on which virtual machines might be overprovisionedImprove performance - faster root cause identification of emerging issuesvSphere with Operations Management allows you to virtualize smarter by providing insight to workload capacity and health. This means that you can optimize your capacity utilization – you can know how many days before your capacity runs out. Your IT is optimized for efficiency since you can know, for example, which virtual machines are overprovisioned. Finally, your overall IT performance is improved since you can diagnose and resolve problems much faster, allowing you to proactively identify issues before they even happen. How does this all happen? In the left hand diagram, you see your virtualized hosts with VMs running on top. vCenter Server collects the data coming from your hosts. vSphere with Operations Management then takes this data and presents it at a more holistic level, allowing you to get deep insight into your performance, capacity, and monitoring. It then scores you on your health, risk, and efficiency to give you a quick understanding of how your IT environment is doing.vSphere vCenter ServerProven virtualization platform – provide availability for your business applications
43Gaining Visibility into Your Workload Capacity and Health Comprehensive visibilityEnsure and Restore Service LevelsOptimize for Efficiency and CostDetectAnalyzeSlow performanceCurrent UtilizationThere are 2 major tasks to ensure your IT environment/cloud infrastructure is operating well.One is to Ensure and Restore Service Levels and the other is to Optimize for Efficiency and Cost.Ensure and Restore Service Levels is all about problem solving and troubleshooting. This generally starts with an Alert if you have the right system in place or if you don’t, likely from the application team facing a performance problem. The job of the IT admin is to Detect the problem in the cloud infrastructure (such as a slow performance in VM), Isolate the issue ( which could even be a config problem with a patch applied at the OS layer) and then Remediate the issue (by performing actions such as Rolling back the patch)The other is Proactive Maintenance to avoid the problem from happening. This task involves Analyzing (such as looking at Utilization), Forecasting (future needs) and Optimizing (such as reclaiming capacity).In order to do accomplish both these sets of tasks, the IT admin requires Comprehensive Visibility to current problems and future issues.!ProblemMaintenanceRemediateIsolateOptimizeForecastCorrective actionIdentify sourceReclaim capacityFuture needs
44Comprehensive Visibility for Diagnosing and Preventing Future Problems Immediate ProblemsFuture ProblemsOpportunities to OptimizeOverviewComprehensive visibility for virtual infrastructure with health, risk and efficiency scoresSingle pane of glass for capacity and performance managementBenefitsEnd-to-end visibility into virtual infrastructure healthEnsure service levels for IT servicesOptimize for efficiency and costThis is the dashboard that vSphere with Operations Management provides to give you visibility into your IT environment’s Health, Risk and Efficiency.It calculates health scores based on patented algorithms that dynamically calculate thresholds by observing behavior trends of the cloud environment and gives visibility into the red, yellow, green status of the VMs and clusters. You can see where the problems are, what’s the issue and if there is any trend of abnormal behavior in the environment.I’d like to now draw your attention to the middle column around risks, which provides insight into the resource consumption to tell you not only when you’ll run out if capacity but also which resources will run out.Finally, there is the efficiency column which lets you be proactive to optimize your environment and reclaim waste to be efficient.
45Ensuring and Restoring Service Levels Comprehensive visibilityEnsure and Restore Service LevelsOptimize for Efficiency and CostDetectAnalyzeSlow performanceCurrent UtilizationEnsure and Restore Service Levels is all about problem solving and troubleshooting. This generally starts with an Alert if you have the right system in place or if you don’t, likely from the application team facing a performance problem. The job of the cloud admin is to Detect the problem in the cloud infrastructure (such as a slow performance in VM), Isolate the issue ( which could even be a config problem with a patch applied at the OS layer) and then Remediate the issue (by performing actions such as Rolling back the patch)The other is Proactive Maintenance to avoid the problem from happening. This task involves Analyzing (such as looking at Utilization), Forecasting (future needs) and Optimizing (such as reclaiming capacity).!ProblemMaintenanceRemediateIsolateOptimizeForecastCorrective actionIdentify sourceReclaim capacityFuture needs
46Detect: Find the Bottlenecks !REMEDIATEISOLATECPU Demand is the bottleneckvSphere with Operations Management provides early warnings on these issues and impacts through Smart Alerts designed so you can not only get to the root cause quickly, but also view any impacts to the application.
47Remediate: Intelligent Tools to Resolve Problems DETECTRemediate: Intelligent Tools to Resolve Problems!REMEDIATEISOLATERecommendations on how to fix issuesThe second step of automation is to provide recommendations on how to address this issue. These recommendations are based on VMware best practices. A knowledge base is used to provide additional insights into common issues and how to correct them.
48Optimizing Your Capacity Efficiency Comprehensive visibilityEnsure and Restore Service LevelsOptimize for Efficiency and CostDetectAnalyzeSlow performanceCurrent Utilization!ProblemMaintenanceRemediateIsolateOptimizeForecastCorrective actionIdentify sourceReclaim capacityFuture needs
49Analyze: Monitor and Plan Capacity Utilization OPTIMIZEFORECASTLet’s look at capacity shortfallsVery low on capacityNow lets move on to the proactive side of operations activities.Datacenter-level view of current and future state of capacity in terms of VMs/Hosts/Clusters and CPU/Memory/Disk which allows effective planning for capacity. You can also run what-if analysis tools to model the supply and demand.49
50Forecast: “What-If” Analysis ANALYZEForecast: “What-If” AnalysisOPTIMIZEFORECASTCapacity state todayNew capacity shortfall if I add 10 new VMsVM count capacityActual VMs deployedCurrent capacity cross-over pointYou can forecast future needs using What-If Scenarios within vCenter Operations Manager to help address capacity planning.50
51Optimize: View Opportunities to Optimize ANALYZEOptimize: View Opportunities to OptimizeOPTIMIZEFORECASTLet’s look at powered off, idle and oversized VMsThere are also out of the box reports and views that help you to Optimize capacity, by getting an insight into waste such as Idle VMs.Reclaimable capacity
52Virtualizing with Capacity Optimization Increases your ROI Benefits of running vSphere with Operations Management Impact beyond running vSphere aloneReduce diagnostics & problem resolution timeManagement Insights conducted a study of 200 customers – 100 had vSphere only, and other 100 had vSphere with Operations Management capabilities.The ROI that they found was real: customers deploying vSphere with Operations Management were able to increase their capacity utilization by 40%, consolidation ratios by 37%, and hardware savings by 30%. The time for diagnostics and problem resolution was reduced by 26%. vSphere with Operations Management allows you to achieve these type of incremental benefits vs. running vSphere only.Increase capacity utilizationIncrease consolidation ratiosIncrease hardware savingsSource: Sept 2012 Management Insights Study
53vSphere Essentials and Acceleration Kits vSphere Essentials Plus KitvSphere with Operations Management Standard AKvSphere with Operations Management Enterprise AKvSphere with Operations Management Enterprise Plus AKServer Consolidation and Business ContinuityScalable Server Consolidation & No Planned DowntimePowerful & efficient resource managementPolicy based datacenter automationEntitlements (VM / Core / vRAM)UnlimitedvCPU / VM8-way32-way64-wayFeaturesvSphereEssentials PlusStandardEnterpriseEnterprise PlusvCenter Operations Management SuiteFoundationHealth Monitoring and Performance Analytics●Capacity Management and OptimizationOperations Dashboard and Root Cause AnalysisvMotionStorage vMotionHigh Availability and Fault Tolerance (1 vCPU)HA onlyvSphere ReplicationData ProtectionAdvancedvShield EndpointDistributed Resource Scheduler and Distributed Power ManagementStorage APIs for Array Integration, MultipathingApplication High AvailabilityDistributed SwitchStorage DRS and Profile-Driven StorageI/O Controls (Network and Storage) and SR-IOVNote: This is a partial listing of available features. Please see vmware.com for the complete list.
54Recapping the Business Benefits vSphere with Operations Management delivers…Increased Service LevelsDetect performance issues before they impact your businessRun Business Critical Apps with ConfidenceCapacity OptimizationIncrease capacity utilization by 40% and hardware savings by 30%*Get More out of Your Hardware InvestmentsOperational EfficiencyReduce time spent on diagnosing and resolving problems by 26%*Optimize Your Productivity* Sept 2012 Management Insights Study
55VMware Leads The Market Minimize Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)Better hardware utilization vs Microsoft Hyper-VSpend less time on management tasksMinimize the negative impact of downtime20%91%ScalabilityOpExBuild for the FutureSecure, reliable, platform not built on top of a legacy operating systemOnly virtualization platform proven across 500K+ customer deploymentsMove seamlessly from private to public cloud environmentsVirtualize AnythingVirtualize servers, desktops, network, storage at your paceSimplify management, improve availability, increase flexibility, lower costsRun your business on public, private or hybrid cloudsVMware - Get The FactsTotal Cost Comparison: VMware vSphere vs. Microsoft Hyper-VPrincipled Technologies Test Report Summary commissioned by VMW April 2012principled_technologies_vmware_vs_mic rosoft_tco.pdfComparative Management Cost Study: Managing VMware vSphere Using Microsoft System Center Increases Cost and ComplexityEdison Group White Paper, August 2012Edison_VMware_vs_Microsoft_System_ Center_CMCS_WP.pdfQuantifying the Incremental Value of vCenter Operations Management Suite for vSphere CustomersManagement Insights, September 2012 – overall vSphere benefits and savings, not specifically compared to MSVMware-vCenter-Operations- Management-Suite-Quantifying- Incremental-Value-WP-EN.pdfVirtual Reality BlogDecember 19, 2012: Study shows higher costs and complexity when managing vSphere using Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager” – Content references Edison Group study & Chris Wolf of Gartner presentationwhen-managing-vsphere-using-microsoft-scvmm-2.html)November 19, 2012: Flawed Logic Behind Microsoft’s Virtualization and Private Cloud Cost Comparisons – Content references Principled Technologies 2011 reportand-private-cloud-cost-comparisons.htmlPress ReleaseVMware has more than 500,000 customers and 55,000 partners.VMware press release:Maximize UptimeExtensive application insight to meet SLAs for critical appsProduction tested reliability and performance for critical applicationsVMotion performs 5 times faster than Microsoft Live MigrationVMware HA works when 50%+ cluster hosts go down – Microsoft HA doesn’tSee notes for links to details
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