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Consolidate and Transform

Data Centers with VMware:


A Partner Study
Kurt Grover, VMware
Renjith Sreekumar, Infosys

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February 12, 2014
2014 VMware Inc. All rights reserved.

Disclaimer
This presentation includes forward looking statements that
are subject to risks and uncertainties. Actual results may
differ materially as a result of various risk factors, including
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About the Presenters


Renjith Sreekumar
Principal, Infrastructure Transformation @ Infosys
Leads the practice for Infrastructure Consulting.
Technology practitioner advising clients on Next
generation infrastructure solution adoption through
Strategic Consulting, Migration and Transformation.
Email: renjith_sreekumar@infosys.com
Blog: http://www.infosysblogs.com/infra-matters

Kurt Grover
Global Technical Alliance Director VMware
Manage a global team focused on solutions
development and readiness for key
strategic alliances.
Email: kgrover@vmware.com
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Challenges of Todays IT Organizations


Traditional

Inefficiency

High capex
and opex
High complexity,
Siloed IT
Operational
inefficiencies

New

Downtime

Challenging to
meet SLAs
Long issue
identification /
resolution times
Security and
compliance issues

Inflexibility

Slow time to market


Reactive IT
organizations
Rise of Shadow IT

Fear of Lock-In

Managing
heterogeneous IT
environments
New applications
types e.g. Big
data, mobile
Vendor lock-in

The Road Ahead


Workloads are doubling every 4 years
By 2015

50x Data managed within enterprise datacenters

44x Storage growing from 0.8 ZB to 35 ZB in 2020


26x Mobile data traffic growth from mobile devices

10x Servers worldwide growth

5x IP-based video and real time applications growth


4x IP traffic growth
2012

how do we manage this growing complexity?


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** Equinix.com blog, Cisco VNI 2011 Gartner 2009 and 2011, IDC 2011

Succeeding In the Mobile-cloud Era Require


Key IT Capabilities

HW-agnostic and elastic scalability

Automated, dynamic resource assignment


with ecosystem integration

Apps & services on-demand, with


hybrid control

Cloud infrastructure management

Software-Defined
Data Center
The ideal architecture for private,
hybrid and public clouds.
All infrastructure is virtualized
and delivered as a service, and
the control of this data center is
entirely automated by software.

Software-defined Data Center:


Top Level Capabilities
Software-Defined data center
Apps & services
3 on-demand, with
hybrid control

Automation
XaaS: Self-service catalog,
lifecycle management
Operations Management
Analytics-based operations enabling
self-healing, self-regulating IT

Storage & Availability


2 Dynamic resource
assignment

Compute

Cloud
gu
management

Network & Security

Policy-based control &


automation of infrastructure services

Abstraction & pooling


1 HW agnostic
& elastic
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Software-defined Data Center


Network Virtualization
VMware NSX
The Platform for Network Virtualization

Networking in Software
Logical Switching Layer 2 over Layer 3,
decoupled from the physical network
Logical Routing Routing between virtual
networks without exiting the software container
Logical Firewall Distributed Firewall, Kernel
Integrated, High Performance
Logical Load Balancer GSLB in software
Logical VPN Site-to-Site & Remote Access
VPN in software

GA Q4,
2013

NSX API RESTful API for integration into any


Cloud Management Platform
Partner Eco-System
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CONFIDENTIAL

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CONFIDENTIAL

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Software-defined Data Center


Operations Management
Right Now

Future Focused

Overview

Prebuilt and configurable operations dashboards


provide real-time insight into infra. behavior

Self-learning performance analytics and dynamic


thresholds enable early problem detection

Policy-based config mgmt ensures


continuous compliance

Capacity management optimizes resource usage


Application discovery, monitoring and dependency
mapping enable enterprise-wide visibility

Benefits

Higher quality of service, fewer incidents and less


downtime of infra and app services

67% IT productivity gain from simplified


performance, incident & change mgmt tasks*

30% reduction in server CapEx from rightsizing


and reclaiming over-provisioned capacity*

60% increase in VMs managed by a


single VI admin**

vCenter Operations Management Suite

Integrated performance, capacity and


configuration management
Sources:

*Forrester, The Total Economic Impact of VMware vCenter Operations Management Suite Dec 2012;
**Management Insights Customer Survey, September 2012

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Software-defined Data Center


Automation
Cloud Automation Center
Self - Service
Policy-Based Governance with Automated Delivery
IaaS

PaaS

DaaS

XaaS

Overview
On-demand access to any infrastructure or
application service

Comprehensive governance for approvals,


reclamations, cost profiles and transparency

Heterogeneous Infrastructure

Initial provisioning and lifecycle management


Broad support for physical, virtual and cloud
provisioning end points and software mechanisms

Extensibility through integration with existing


infrastructures and customizable workflows

Benefits
Enable business agility through rapid delivery of
IT services

Provide IT control by governing who provisions


what and where

Extend existing infrastructure, processes and


On-demand self-service access to services

environments with a flexible automation solution

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Transformation is a continuous,
Ever-running process
As-Was

As-Is

To-Be

Consolidation

Convergence

Hyper-Scale

Centralization

Software Defined

Hybrid-IT Ecosystem

Service Orientation

Autonomics

Predictive Analytics

Migration if the common factor across all the transformation scenarios.


How to make Migration seamless is a big question and concern across Enterprises
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Mapping The Key Success Drivers


In todays scenario, you cannot run a Technology Adoption as an isolated change
Line of Business Readiness

Business Case ($$) for Change

Org, People and Politics

The real need - Facing the


reality with conviction!!
How do we make this happen?

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1: Creating a Comprehensive Intelligence


1. Upgrade requirements

Multiple data points and often inaccurate


data to enable migration decision making

2. Utilization and performance


3. Infrastructure Inventory

How to make the most accurate decision for


technology choices and migration ?

4. Platform modernization
5. Design/ deployment patterns
6. Deployed Configurations

How to Maximize the data collection to help


plan for various possibilities and choices ?

7. Processes and policies

Key Mantra - Creating a comprehensive insight


1

Identification and mapping of all data needs comprehensively

Structured and iterative data collection and analysis Migration DB


Hypothesis driven decision enablement for Migration options

3
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2: Migration Strategy Through Detailed Profiling


Application driven Profiling

Map data points critical to Migration


Derive Migration & upgrade Options
Grouping hypothesis & Bundles

Key Mantra Use of Application Profiles as the single source of truth


Functional Mapping

Vertical Slicing

Migration Options

Infrastructure / deployment Map

Horizontal Slicing

Migrate / Upgrade Bundles

External Dependency

Transform and Migrate

Move methodologies

Regulatory/ Compliance Risk Profiling

Migrate and Transform

Risk, mitigation & Remediation

Application Profiling

Migration Strategy
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3: Readiness Through Scalable Design and Build


Inability of the business partners to certify
and onboard to new technology decision

1. Build in-house or external


2. Target platform choices
3. Address Remediation scenarios
4. Level of modularity possible
5. Define parameters for readiness

Approach for Remediation of applications


to adopt the new platform choices
Design for Hybrid IT model with disparate
workload driven disposition models

Key Mantra Modular, Value driven Design


1

Top-Down: App scalability and NFR, Patterns mapped to Catalog

2
3

Scalable & Modular Design Enable discrete units to work harmoniously


Value transformation (re-engineering) to influence the demand

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4: Stabilization Through Risk-free Migration


Leverage of Automation and Run books
Rebuild or Replicate from source
Swing-Kit, DR, Lift-shift, Load-balance

Validation, Readiness, Back-out & Cut-over


Key Mantra - Factory based Model and De-risked migration execution
Migration Command Center

Migration Factory

Workload, Data & App migration

Core Infrastructure Readiness

Change & Commn. Mgmt

Right sized automation of tasks

Pre-Migration Validation

Operational Readiness

Decommission and data removal

Risk Mitigation

Warranty support and readiness

Migration Runbook / Day-wise plan


Migration Plan

Migration Execution
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To Summarize Key takeaways


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Realize the potential - Significant potential, Applications will never be constrained


by Infrastructure bottlenecks, rather Apps will drive the Infra to deliver performance

Blueprint driven - Visibility of the current and future landscape is the key, across the
5 layers Infra, Control, Access, App and Management

Modular Readiness - Application readiness to onboard in the modular construct,


enable application and hardware resources to work independently, but harmoniously

Phased, Value driven Adoption: Gradual onboarding to modular design through


re-use and refresh. Empower Business Create visible value props

Be prepared for Change: SDDC will also evolve from the current construct to more
of a federated cross-cloud fabrication model and enabling a Hybrid IT ecosystem

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