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Senior System Engineer Senior System Engineer

VMware Inc. VMware Inc.


ngalante@vmware.com ngalante@vmware.com
VMware Virtual
VMware Virtual
Infrastucture
Infrastucture
From the Virtualized to the Automated Data Center
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Agenda
Vision VMware Enables Datacenter Automation
VMware Solutions for the Enterprise Desktops
VMware Solutions for Business Continuity
VMware Solutions for IT Service Delivery
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Agenda
Vision VMware Enables Datacenter Automation
VMware Solutions for the Enterprise Desktops
VMware Solutions for Business Continuity
VMware Solutions for IT Service Delivery
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Self-Managing
Datacenter
Automate
Capacity
On Demand
Server
Consolidation
Test and
Development
Separate Consolidate Aggregate
Computing Clouds
On and Off Premise
Liberate
The VMware Evolution of the Virtual Data Center
Hypervisor
Management
Hypervisor Hypervisor
Management
Hypervisor
Management
Automation
Virtual
Infrastructure
Virtual
Infrastructure
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Run several operating systems
on a single machine.
What is Virtualization?
vMware provldes hardware vlrLuallzaLlon
LhaL presenLs a compleLe x86 plaLform Lo
Lhe vlrLual machlne
Allows mulLlple appllcaLlons Lo run ln
lsolaLlon wlLhln vlrLual machlnes
on Lhe same physlcal machlne
vlrLuallzaLlon provldes dlrecL access Lo Lhe
hardware resources Lo glve you much
greaLer performance Lhan sofLware
emulaLlon
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Hosted vs. Bare Metal Virtualization
Bare Metal/Hypervisor Hosted
uevlce supporL ls lnherlLed from hosL operaLlng
sysLem for maxlmum hardware compaLlblllLy
vlrLuallzaLlon lnsLalls llke an appllcaLlon raLher Lhan
llke an operaLlng sysLem
Can run alongslde convenLlonal appllcaLlons
Maxlmum performance wlLh lowesL overhead uslng
cerLlfled hardware
Plghly efflclenL dlrecL l/C pass-Lhrough archlLecLure for
neLwork and dlsk
Plghly secure mlcro-kernel vlrLuallzaLlon layer-
only 100ks of llnes of code versus 10-23 mllllon llnes of
hosL operaLlng sysLem code
Advanced feaLures llke vMoLlon avallable
(ESX Server)
(Workstation, VMware Player, VMware
Server, ACE)
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Virtualization Phase 1: Server Consolidation
Hypervisor Hypervisor
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ESXi: Thin, Hardware-Integrated Hypervisor
32MB footprint:
Increased security
and reliability
No installation:
From server boot to
running VMs in minutes
l8LL!
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ESXi Enables Plug-and-Play Datacenter
DRS + ESXi : Hot add of
compute capacity
Standardized and optimized
servers as stateless compute
nodes
Plug-and-Play capacity
management
ESXi: 32MB thin, production-proven, OS-independent, secure hypervisor
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PROVISIONING VMOTION
Virtual Infrastructure
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VMotion: Live Migration Of Virtual Machines
What is it?
Live migration of virtual
machines with VMware
VMotion
Customer Impact
Zero downtime
Continuous service
availability
Complete transaction
integrity
Supported on Fibre
Channel and iSCSI SAN
and NAS
Hypervisor Hypervisor
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Live Migration Extended to Storage
Storage VMotion
Live migration of VMs
across storage disks
with no downtime
Minimizes planned
downtime
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Centralized Management
VMware VirtualCenter
SHARED
STORAGE
VMware VirtualCenter
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High Availability (HA) Automatic Restart
Virtual Infrastructure
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Continuous Availability (HA) Tolerate HW Failure
Virtual Infrastructure
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Add Distributed Resource Scheduler
MEM CPU MEM CPU MEM CPU MEM CPU
Hypervisor Hypervisor
Utilization
Power
VMware DRS
Optimize
Service Level
Agreements
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VMware Consolidated Backup
Move backup out of the virtual
machine
A single agent running on the proxy
server rather than an agent on
every virtual machine.
Eliminate backup traffic on the
local area network
Utilize Fibre Channel tape devices
for virtual machine backups
Pre-integrated with major 3rd-
party backup products
Agentless file level backup
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VMware Update Manager
Eliminates manual tracking of patch
levels of ESX Server hosts and virtual
machines
Automates enforcement of patch
standards
Reduces risk through snapshots and
offline virtual machine patching
* Note: RHEL guests can only be scanned, not remediated
Automates patch management for
ESX Server hosts and select
Microsoft and RHEL virtual machines
Scans and remedies online as well as
offline virtual machines* and online ESX
Server hosts
Snapshots virtual machines prior to
patching and allows rollback to snapshot
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Update
Manager
Host
Server
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And Proactively Avoid Planned Downtime
VMotion VMotion
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VMware ESXi vs VMware Infrastructure 3
VMware ESXi
VMware ESXi
Single server partitioning
Production-class hypervisor
Advanced server resource
management
VMware Infrastructure 3
Pools of computing resources
Built-in availability and
manageability
VMware Infrastructure
VMware ESXi VMware ESXi VMware ESXi
VMware Infrastructure
VMotion and Storage VMotion
High Availability and Consolidated Backup
Dynamic Resource Scheduling and Power Mgmt
Centralized Management
VMware ESXi VMware ESXi VMware ESXi
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MSFT / Xen Architecture VMware Architecture
True thin hypervisor
No general-purpose OS
Direct driver model = I/O scaling
Drivers optimized for VMs
Page Sharing = Greater Density
Hypervisor owns the resources
Large general purpose OS in
management partition
Indirect driver model
Generic drivers in mgmt partition
Potential for I/O throughput
degradation under load
All VMs down when mgmt partition
fails (BSOD/Kernel panic)
Architectures Do Matter
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Size Does Matter
VMware
ESXi
32 MB
Citrix XenServer v4
1.8 GB
Windows 2008
Server Core with
Hyper-V RC0
2.6 GB
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The Highest VM Density
Dynamic Balancing Highest VM Density Memory Optimization
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TCO per VM
TCO per VM is the critical metric!
Host system memory is usually the resource bottleneck.
VMware memory management technology allows an average of
2:1 memory overcommit (and oftentimes greater)
Transparent Page Sharing Memory ballooning
Smarter Memory Management = Greater VM Density
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Hypervisor
Core Business Services
Virtual Infrastructure
True Dynamic IT Services
Lab
Self-Service
Hardware
Maintenance
Live Mobility Resource
Management
Security Authentication
Authorization
Virtual
Desktop
VM
Lifecycle
Business
Continuity
Image
Management
Downtime/
Availability
Software
Maintenance
Storage
Management
Disaster
Recovery
Lab
Self-Service
Lab
Self-Service
Hardware
Maintenance
Live Mobility Live Mobility Resource
Management
Resource
Management
Security Security Authentication
Authorization
Authentication
Authorization
Virtual
Desktop
Virtual
Desktop
VM
Lifecycle
VM
Lifecycle
Business
Continuity
Business
Continuity
Image
Management
Image
Management
Downtime/
Availability
Downtime/
Availability
Software
Maintenance
Software
Maintenance
Storage
Management
Storage
Management
Storage
Management
Disaster
Recovery
Disaster
Recovery
Virtualization is More than Just Running VMs
Others still working on
a reliable hypervisor
Required for
a Dynamic
Datacenter
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VMware The Best Platform for Your Applications
Reliable, Comprehensive, Cost-effective Solutions
Robust
Reliable
Foundation
True
Dynamic IT
Services
Complete
Virtualization
Management
Support for
Entire IT
Infrastructure
Proven and
Trusted
Platform
The VMware Advantage
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ESX: The Only Production Proven Hypervisor
VMware Infrastructure
#1 in Reliability
Large pharmaceutical customer:
Over four years of VMware ESX uptime!
LSk|: 32M8 Lhln, producLlon-proven, CS-
lndependenL, secure hypervlsor
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ESX: More Reliable than a Mainframe!
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Physical Hardware
ESX/ESXi Hypervisor
Desktop
Virtualization
Datacenter
Virtualization
Application &
Infrastructure Management
Application &
Infrastructure Management
Desktop Datacenter
Desktop and Datacenter Virtualization on One Platform
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Agenda
Vision VMware Enables Datacenter Automation
VMware Solutions for the Enterprise Desktops
VMware V|rtua| Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
VMware 1h|nApp - App||cat|on V|rtua||zat|on
VMware ACL
VMware Solutions for Business Continuity
VMware Solutions for IT Service Delivery
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Virtualization
Platform

Virtual
Infrastructure

Automation

Resource Mgt
Availability Mobility
Desktop
Management
IT Service
Delivery
Business
Continuity
Security
The Virtual Infrastructure Stack Today
Automation

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VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
What is VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)?
An end-to-end desktop virtualization solution that
delivers enterprise-class desktop control and
manageability while providing a familiar user experience
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Turns monolithic system to modular
Virtualization breaks the
bond between each layer
Allows IT to manage each
layer separately
Users can pick HW and
apps while still locking
down desktop
Supports server hosted
desktops and PC
Application
Virtualization
Machine
Virtualization
User
Profile
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VMware VDI Solution
An end-to-end
desktop virtualization
solution that delivers
enterprise-class
desktop control and
manageability while
providing a familiar
user experience
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VMware ThinApp
vMware 1hlnApp ls an appllcaLlon vlrLuallzaLlon
producL LhaL enables rapld dellvery of appllcaLlons Lo
physlcal or vlrLual deskLops.
unllke oLher appllcaLlon vlrLuallzaLlon producLs ln Lhe
markeL, vMware 1hlnApp doesn't requ|re a c||ent
agent or a backend server.
vlrLual appllcaLlons can be provlded Lo a locked down
C ln a compleLely lsolaLed envlronmenL wlLhouL
requlrlng local admlnlsLraLor rlghLs.
vMware 1hlnApp ellmlnaLes appllcaLlon confllcLs and
securely dellvers vlrLuallzed appllcaLlons Lo physlcal and
vlrLual deskLops LhroughouL Lhe exLended enLerprlse.
vMware 1hlnApp provldes slgnlflcanL cosL savlngs by
reduclng Lhe Llme lL Lakes Lo creaLe a package and
ellmlnaLlng lnLeroperablllLy and compaLlblllLy LesLlng of
appllcaLlons needed ln l1 before deploymenL.
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ThinApp: Package Once, Deploy Everywhere
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Conflict Free Application Compatibility
Isolate Applications from OS & Each Other
Reduced compatibility testing
Deploy Multiple Versions
Simultaneously
Simplified application
troubleshooting
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Virtualization Types
www.thinstall.com

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VMware VDI today
VDM
Clients
AD
VC
Linux / Partner Clients
SVI
Offline
Additional
Connectivity
Blade PCs
Terminal
Servers
Physical
PCs
and tomorrow
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Agenda
Vision VMware Enables Datacenter Automation
VMware Solutions for the Enterprise Desktop
VMware Solutions for Business Continuity
VMware S|te kecovery Manager
VMware Solutions for IT Service Delivery
VMware L|fecyc|e Manager
VMware Stage Manager
VMware Lab Manager
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Challenges of Traditional Disaster Recovery
Complex recovery
processes and
infrastructure
Dependent on
perfect training,
documentation,
and execution
Failure to meet
continuity
requirements
Recovery takes
days to weeks
Recovery tests
often fail
Significant IT time
and resources
consumed
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Slmpllfles and auLomaLes dlsasLer
recovery processes:
SeLup, LesLlng, fallover
1urns manual recovery runbooks lnLo
auLomaLed recovery plans
rovldes cenLral managemenL of
recovery plans from vlrLualCenLer
Works wlLh vMware lnfrasLrucLure Lo
make dlsasLer recovery rapld, rellable,
manageable, affordable
Introducing VMware Site Recovery Manager
Site Recovery Manager leverages VMware Infrastructure to deliver
advanced disaster recovery management and automation
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Setup: Building Recovery Plans
Turn manual runbook into
automated process
Specify steps of recovery process
in VirtualCenter
Extensible framework
Scripts for specialized tasks
Checkpoints for manual steps
Enables integration with physical
recovery
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Site Recovery Manager Simplifies
Key Processes of Disaster Recovery
Ensure that disaster recovery is rapid, reliable, and manageable
Setup
Allocate recovery
resources
Integrate with
replication
Build recovery
process
Testing
Create isolated
testing environment
Automate tests of
recovery plans
Cleans up after
tests completed
Failover
Free resources
for recovery
Prepare storage
for recovery
Automate recovery
process
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Agenda
Vision VMware Enables Datacenter Automation
VMware Solutions for the Enterprise Desktop
VMware Solutions for Business Continuity
VMware S|te kecovery Manager
VMware Solutions for IT Service Delivery
VMware L|fecyc|e Manager
VMware Stage Manager
VMware Lab Manager
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IT Service Delivery
Create
Deploy
Update
Track
Decommission
Policy &
Governance
Request
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Lets Software be managed like documents...
Publish or
Retract
Audit Usage
Retain
Dispose
Document Lifecycle Management
Request for
VM
Provisioning
Delete VM
Archive VM
Virtual Machine Lifecycle Management
Monitor &
Adjust
Resources
Power-On or
Suspend VM
Route VM for
Approval
Deploy VM
from
Template
Create Approve
Request
Document
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Lifecycle Manager Summary
Enables systematic tracking and
auditing
Serves as the system of
record for all VM requests and
deployments
Feature Benefit
Establishes a catalog and
associated deployment policies
Ensures compliance with
corporate IT policies and
standards
Provides a consistent process
for requesting and approving
VMs
Prevents VM sprawl
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Lifecycle Manager is Deployed Across the Datacenter
Dev and QA Staging
Production
Infrastructure
Admins
Overwhelming provisioning burden
No visibility and control of resources and processes
Tracking and control VM lifecycle with consistent approval mechanisms
Lifecycle Manager
Resource Pool Resource Pool Resource Pool Resource Pool
VMware Virtual Infrastructure
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What |s |t? Se|f-serv|ce prov|s|on|ng and |mage ||brary management system for
mu|t|-VM I1 serv|ces
What does |t do? 8apld self-servlce provlslonlng
Manages compleLe n-Ller appllcaLlon sLack as a unlL (mulLl-vM)
Lasy for non-l1 users - polnL and cllck llbrary enLry
vl admln malnLalns conLrol of lab lnfrasLrucLure
Who uses |t? AppllcaLlon developmenL, CA, supporL englneers, Lralners, offshorlng
parLners
What are the
benef|ts?
SlgnlflcanL l1 savlngs Lhrough reduced server, sLorage and
provlslonlng cosLs
lncreased efflclency Lhrough self-servlce provlslonlng
VMware Lab Manager
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Lab Manager is Deployed in the Lab
Dev and QA Staging
Production
Infrastructure
Admins
Long lead times
Dirty systems
Developers
QA engineers
Lab Manager
Rapid provisioning
of multi-tier
transient lab
environments
Tracking and control VM lifecycle with consistent approval mechanisms
Lifecycle Manager
Resource Pool Resource Pool Resource Pool Resource Pool
VMware Virtual Infrastructure
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What |s |t? V|sua||zat|on, management and automat|on system for "serv|ce
trans|t|on" act|v|t|es
What does |t do? Manages n-Ller sysLems as a slngle l1 servlce
SLreamllnes resources and processes for applylng changes Lo l1
servlces and propagaLlng from sLage Lo sLage Loward and lnLo
producLlon
MalnLalns conflguraLlon conslsLency across all sLages
Lnforces change and release managemenL processes
Who uses |t? AppllcaLlon admlns
What are the
benef|ts?
AcceleraLe compleLlon of changes Lo producLlon sysLems whlle
mlnlmlzlng downLlme rlsk
lmproved caplLal asseL uLlllzaLlon
VMware Stage Manager
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Stage Manager Deploys Across Staging and Production
Dev and QA Staging
Production
Infrastructure
Admins
No visibility into app status
Inability to coordinate changes
Drifting systems
App
Admins
Transition an IT service through integration and staging into production
Stage Manager
Long lead times
Dirty systems
Developers
QA engineers
Lab Manager
Rapid provisioning
of multi-tier
transient lab
environments
Tracking and control VM lifecycle with consistent approval mechanisms
Lifecycle Manager
Resource Pool Resource Pool Resource Pool Resource Pool
VMware Virtual Infrastructure
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Automated Virtual Datacenter Topology
Dev and QA Staging Production
Infrastructure
Admins
App
Admins
Stage Manager
Developers
QA engineers
Lab Manager
Lifecycle Manager
Site Recovery Manager
Site Recovery
Manager
(Failover site)
(Failover site)
Resource Pool Resource Pool Resource Pool Resource Pool
VMware Virtual Infrastructure
Site Recovery
Manager
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Automation =
Business Agility
Virtual
Infrastructure
Management &
Automation
Hypervisor
What It Means for You
Increase ROI
Automate previously manual tasks
Increase responsiveness
to the business
Accelerate the rate of IT change while
maintaining predictability and control
Minimize risk and improve
compliance with IT/business policy
Manage IT Service delivery across IT and
business functions
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Your Adoption Path
Start with immediate needs.
Scale for enterprise-wide benefits.
Source: IDC, Virtualization 2.0: The Next Phase in Customer Adoption, Nov 2006
Explore Expand Standardize
Strategic Business Benefits:
agile, flexible, always-on
CapEx Savings
OpEx Savings
Virtualize production servers
High Availability
Disaster Recovery
Balance workloads
Automate IT processes
Create resource pools
Capacity on-demand
Infrastructure-wide management
Partition
Consolidate servers
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Next Generation IT Infrastructure from VMware
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 QoS
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 Apps
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Leading to Greater Standardization and Efficiency
What the assembly line
did for manufacturing
VMware is doing for IT!
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Summary
Changing the way software is distributed
Not just better hardware management
Virtual Truly is Better Than Real
More manageable, more available, more reliable, more secure,
VMware Infrastructure is the new computing platform
VMware is the only viable choice for virtualizing the
corporate datacenter, branch office and desktops
I never think about the future it comes soon enough.
Albert Einstein
Nicola Galante
ngalante@vmware.com
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