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1 © 2009 VMware Inc. All rights reserved Vmware Overview / Update Luc Gallet

2 2 The Rise of a New Era in IT Mainframe PC / Client-Server Web Cloud Cloud Computing will transform the delivery of IT services

3 3 Virtualization & Cloud Management: VMware Approach Application Management Encapsulate applications into containers with vApps Assure application portability & performance Establish service contracts with infrastructure Application Management Encapsulate applications into containers with vApps Assure application portability & performance Establish service contracts with infrastructure End-User Computing Management Provision & deploy desktops rapidly Manage workstation images simply Deliver virtualized applications to desktop End-User Computing Management Provision & deploy desktops rapidly Manage workstation images simply Deliver virtualized applications to desktop End User Computing Cloud Applications VMware Management Solutions IT Business Management Govern cloud provisioning processes Track cloud software license usage Standardize cloud partitions IT Business Management Govern cloud provisioning processes Track cloud software license usage Standardize cloud partitions VMware Cloud Director vSphere Infrastructure & Operations Management Create a zero-touch, compliant infrastructure Build automation into platform Deliver self-service through policy-driven control

4 4 VMware Cloud Stack Secure, Compliant, Controlled vCloud Datacenter vCloud Express Cloud-ScaleOpenSelf-Managed vmForce Other PaaS Partners Google App Engine Other cloud infrastructure providers SaaS Applications Other SaaS Providers Modular Desktops Unified User Management Cloud-Ready Appliances VMware Enabled Public Clouds Independent Public Clouds End-User Computing Cloud Application Platform Cloud Infrastructure & Management Secure Private Cloud Efficiency Through Automation Agility with Control Freedom of Choice VMware vSphere: Foundation for Cloud Computing Application Mobility Application Access Application Portability

5 5 Once upon a time… … before virtualization 1:1 Ratio of Server/OS/Application Server Sprawl Low utilization Some Assembly Required Provisioning time Complicated and cumbersome DR $4000/server/year Power, cooling, real estate, networking (NIC/HBA), service contracts…

6 6 Virtual Machines App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS HOST OS HyperVisor Round 1: The Client Hypervisor Types of Virtualization

7 7 Copyright © 2006 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. Isolation VMware Infrastructure OS App OS App OS App Batch Job DR Test Encapsulation System Apps = files in VMFS Physical Server Data Hardware Independence HyperVisor App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS Virtual Machines App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS = Round 2: The Server Hypervisor Partitioning % Utilization Types of Virtualization

8 8 Round 3: Virtual Infrastructure HyperVisor Dynamic Computing Vmotion Greater Availability HA (High Availability) Quick imaging & provisioning Centralized resource management X

9 9 virtual data center Round 4: the Virtual Data Center OS

10 10 The Application is the Focus virtual data center Dynamic Compute resources: RAM/processors Dynamic Network resources: virtual nics/switches Dynamic disc resources – sizing/allocation Fault tolerance Power Management X X X Security Round 4: the Virtual Data Center OS

11 11 virtual data center Dynamic Computing Vmotion – stateful (live) migration of VM’s DRS – automated migration (load balancing) + intelligent auto-placement of new VM’s Storage Vmotion – stateful migration of vm’s storage - i/o, maintenance, new storage VM Round 4: the Virtual Data Center OS

12 12 virtual data center Power Management DPM – automated migration (load balancing) & Power Management auto-placement of VM’s & powerdown of hardware that is not needed during low workload demands Green + savings on power & cooling + restart when it is needed Round 4: the Virtual Data Center OS

13 13 Round 4: the Virtual Data Center OS virtual data center Virtual Switching Previously virtual switches have been isolated to the host Distributed switch creates a virtual switch to span across the environment

14 14 virtual data center Fault Tolerance HA still available for lower tier apps Identify VM’s you want for fault tolerance and start the service A shadow VM is created and takes over if host failure occurs X Round 4: the Virtual Data Center OS

15 15 Disaster Recovery virtual data center Storage Replication X

16 16 COST EFFICIENCY QUALITY OF SERVICE BUSINESS AGILITY The Virtualization Journey – Stages and Maturity Axis Sponsorship Business Value Confidence Key Capabilities Stage Business Production IT as a Service (ITaaS) IT Production Stages of Adoption and Maturity

17 17 COST EFFICIENCY The Virtualization Journey – IT Production Sponsorship Business Value Confidence Key Capabilities Stage IT Production Stages of Adoption and Maturity Virtualize Assets Owned by IT and Test & Dev Servers Pooling= Abstraction+ Shared Resources

18 18 COST EFFICIENCY The Virtualization Journey – IT Production IT Production Stages of Adoption and Maturity QUALITY OF SERVICE Business Production Virtualize Business Applications, Databases, and Deploy More Management Product and Desktop Virtualization Control= Service Definition + Service Assurance

19 19 COST EFFICIENCY QUALITY OF SERVICE BUSINESS AGILITY The Virtualization Journey – IT as a Service Business Production IT as a Service (ITaaS) IT Production Stages of Adoption and Maturity >50% Virtualized with Virtualization 1 st Policy Enforced, Management Automation Zero-Touch Infrastructure = Policy-Driven Prov.+ Self-Service+ Chargeback

20 20 Private clouds, the best place to run tier 1 app’s Consolidation  Decrease infrastructure cost for Server HW  Save space and energy in the datacenter  Archive consolidation ratios of 5:1 to 10:1  Scale physical infrastructure on demand Availability  Minimize planned downtime  Reduce recovery timer for server failure down to zero  Build cross site disaster recovery solutions  Increase overall availability  Use redundant infrastructure immediately

21 21 Private clouds, the best place to run tier 1 app’s Quality of Service  Ensure appropriate resource assignment  Continuously monitor SLAs  React proactive and fast to issues  Dynamic scale resource as application needs grow Manageability  Scale infrastructure as needed  Gain flexibility through workload mobility  Move Apps during hardware maintenance  Reduce management cost per app

22 22 Technical Overview Technologies enabling Automation Self Service Efficient Security Efficient Management Hybrid Clouds...

23 23 VMware vCloud Director vCloud Director – Architecture Secure Private Cloud Organization: MarketingOrganization: Finance Organization VDCsCatalogs Organization VDCsCatalogs VMware vSphere VMware vCenter Server Resource PoolsDatastoresPort Groups (Gold) (Bronze) Provider Virtual Datacenters (Silver) (Gold) (Silver) (Bronze) Users & Policies

24 24 vCloud Director Portals Organization Portal System Administrator View System Portal End User/Consumer View Organization Administrator View

25 25 Integrated vShield features simplify security and compliance  vShield for vCloud Director is a virtual appliance providing essential perimeter network and security services including: Port-level stateful firewall Network Address Translation DHCP services  Enables fast, secure and automated provisioning of multitenant Org VDCs in private clouds Simpler, easer to operate One Edge per Org, deployed anywhere Built-in network isolation Integrated and manageable by REST APIs for script and 3rd party automation Improved visibility, control and compliance Application aware NetFlow visibility Automated log collection with syslog and VC integration DHCP Services firewall vShield

26 26 vShield DMZ Application 1 Application 2 Edge vShield Edge Secure the edge of the virtual datacenter Security Zone vShield App Application protection from network-based threats Endpoint = VM vShield Endpoint Offload anti-virus processing Endpoint = VM vShield Manager Centralized Management Security from Edge to Endpoint

27 27 Virtualization is the Foundation for Cloud 5.5 vMOTIONS PER SECOND At any given time, more VMs are in motion than planes, which take off about once per second globally.

28 28 Cloud Requires a New Approach Traditional IT Management Services and assets tied together in complex, brittle, vertical stacks that are hard to change and manage Business agility suffers IT able to keep up with speed of the business Cloud Management Service components are abstracted and sourced from dynamic resource pools with horizontal layers loosely bound into services

29 29 Traditional Tools?

30 30 Example: Problems with Traditional Monitoring Tools What does this really mean? Why is it happening? What should you do? What does this really mean? Why is it happening? What should you do? vSphere vCenter Server Server, Storage, Network Monitoring OS, DB, App Monitoring Cloud requires a new approach to management. Traditional monitoring tools alone can’t handle it.

31 31 Example: Problems with Static Thresholds and Alerts Low thresholds cause alert storms High thresholds miss alerts Low thresholds cause alert storms High thresholds miss alerts ?

32 32 Solving the Monitoring Problem with Analytics Efficiency Risk Health Calculate supermetrics from thousands of data points vCenter Server and external data sources

33 33 Solving the Alerts Problem with Dynamic Thresholds  Learns your dynamic ranges of “Normal” without templates  Learns patterns of behavior and identifies Abnormalities  Dynamic thresholds eliminate “false alerts”  vSphere Health Models further optimize analytics engine BLUE LINE Metric’s Current Value BLUE LINE Metric’s Current Value GRAY BAR Upper and Lower band of Dynamic Threshold - “Normal” GRAY BAR Upper and Lower band of Dynamic Threshold - “Normal” RED BAR Breached Dynamic Threshold – “Abnormal” RED BAR Breached Dynamic Threshold – “Abnormal”

34 34 Early Warning

35 35 VMware’s Approach and Differentiation vSphere vCenter Server Server, Storage, Network Monitoring OS, DB, App Monitoring vCenter Operations Management Suite Patented Analytics Self-Learning Dynamic Thresholds Smart Alerts Self-Learning Dynamic Thresholds Smart Alerts 1 1 Integrated Approach Performance Data Capacity Consumption Configuration Changes Performance Data Capacity Consumption Configuration Changes 2 2 Designed for Cloud Health Model Open and extensible Evolutionary Approach Health Model Open and extensible Evolutionary Approach 3 3

36 36 Introducing vCenter Operations Management Suite 5.0  Key Capabilities New Operations Management Dashboard Completely integrated capacity management capabilities Application-dependency mapping with vCenter Infrastructure Navigator In-guest change events correlated with performance and health Cost-based Capacity Optimization with vCenter Chargeback Manager

37 37 Visibility into Immediate and Potential Future Problems Immediate problems What is happening right now? What do I need to pay attention to? Operations Short and Long Term Capacity Forward Looking Are there areas that I should be concerned about from a capacity perspective? Have I deployed my VI in the most efficient manner?

38 38 Operations: Major Badge – Health Health Risk Efficiency “How is our world doing?”  One Source of Truth Across the Enterprise  Health Score - Objective measure of performance based on underlying level of abnormal behavior  High Health is good (100-0)  Identifies current problems in the systems  Issues that need to be resolved immediately to avoid problems  Analytics based, calculated from 3 minor badges (Workload, Anomalies, Faults)  For any resource or grouping:  A single Server, Device, Resource  Entire Tier or Silo  Entire Application or Service  Entire Datacenter  Any Arbitrary Group of Resources Heatmap -> Provides quick view of many objects at once -> Shows Health of all parent and child objects -> Go back in time (6 hours) and see the “weather” of the Virtual Infrastructure

39 39 Smart Alerts – Before problems happen…. Overview  Proactive alerts that provide early warning on building issues  Identify upcoming health, performance and capacity issues  Automatic root cause analysis of offending metrics across all layers Benefits  Advance notification of abnormal behavior help avoid incidents  Immediately focus on the root cause rather than symptoms or false alerts Root cause and potential impact Early warning Smart Alert Health Risk Efficiency

40 40 Capacity Planning – Risk Are there future risks to my systems and virtual Infrastructure? Risk score over the last 7 days Low risk is good (0-100) Identifies potential problems that could eventually hurt the performance Health Risk Efficiency Minor badges

41 41 Capacity Planning: Forecast - “What-If” Analysis Current capacity cross-over point Actual VMs deployed VM count capacity Capacity state today New capacity shortfall if I add 10 new VMs Health Risk Efficiency

42 42 Capacity Planning: Major Badge – Efficiency  Are there optimization opportunities in my systems? Save $$$ by better utilizing resources  How to run a leaner datacenter  High Efficiency is good (100-0)  Graph Depicts VMs by Percent Optimal – Optimally Provisioned VMs Waste – Over Provisioned VMs Stress – Under Provisioned VMs  Efficiency Score calculated from Minor Badges Reclaimable Waste Density  Three Resources Considered CPU Memory Disk Space Health Risk Efficiency

43 43 Sub-Badges - Optimization Opportunities  Reclaimable Waste: lists excessive resource allocation Identifies VMs with too many CPUs/vRAM and hosts with too few VMs  Density: computes the ideal consolidation ratio Computes optimal VMs per host to maximize resource utilization without sacrificing performance Health Risk Efficiency

44 44 VMware vCenter Operations Editions vCenter Operations Enterprise + Full Configuration & Compliance Management + Other VMware & 3 rd Party Integrations (View, management, servers, storage) Non-VMware (incl. physical) environments vCenter Operations Advanced + Capacity Planning VMware Cloud / vCenter vSphere vCenter Operations Standard Performance Real-time Capacity Configuration Change

45 45 Apps Enterprise hybrid cloud computing Cloud Infrastructure Apps Cloud Infrastructure Management Security Cloud Computing Moves from a Technology Discussion to a Business Decision vCloud Service Provider Private Cloud Common platform Common management Common security

46 46 vCloud Connector vSphere Client vSphere Public vCloud Marketing vApp vSphere - QA template vCloud vApps CustomerSurvey vApp Catalog MarketingvApp QA template Copy VMs/vApps/templates from vSphere to private/public vCloud vCloud - CustomerSurvey vApp See private/public vCloud resources inside vSphere Client Marketing vApp QA template Marketing vApp Perform basic operation on vCloud resources such as power ops & console access Marketing vApp

47 47 Private Cloud Portability Optimized Management vCenter Operations Service Delivery vCloud Director Security and Compliance vShield Security Family vCenter Configuration Manager Resource Management vSphere vCenter Management Family Public Cloud Cross-Cloud Standards vCloud API Open Virtualization Format Cross-Cloud Management vCloud Connector Enterprise Hybrid Cloud vCloud Powered Broad array of VMware-compatible clouds for any business need VMware offers a robust set of product and solutions

48 48 View 4.5: Delta Training – Revision 1.0 Thank You Luc Gallet -


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