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VMware Vision for Tomorrow’s Datacenter VMware Intelligence Community Team Rob Amos - Intelligence Programs VMware Vision for Tomorrow’s Datacenter VMware Intelligence Community Team Rob Amos - Intelligence Programs Manager [email protected] com | (703) 209 -6480 Harold Hinson - Intelligence Programs Manager [email protected] com | (410) 703 -5290 Adolfo Rivera - Territory Sales Manager [email protected] com | (650) 812 -8289 Zack Zimmerman – Staff Systems Engineer [email protected] com | (301) 848 -0134

Agenda From VMware Infrastructure to VDC-OS The Desktop Dilemma The v. Cloud initiative 2 Agenda From VMware Infrastructure to VDC-OS The Desktop Dilemma The v. Cloud initiative 2

Evolution of the Virtual Datacenter the 5 stages of virtualisation Separate Consolidate Aggregate Automate Evolution of the Virtual Datacenter the 5 stages of virtualisation Separate Consolidate Aggregate Automate Liberate Automation Virtual Infrastructure Management Hypervisor Test and Development 3 Virtual Infrastructure Server Consolidation Capacity On Demand Self-Managing Datacenter Computing Clouds On and Off Premise

Phase 1 : Separate 4 Phase 1 : Separate 4

Phase 2 : Consolidate 5 Phase 2 : Consolidate 5

Phase 3 : Aggregate 6 Phase 3 : Aggregate 6

Phase 4: Standardization enables Automation Virtual Machines are standardized software containers + Virtual Machines Phase 4: Standardization enables Automation Virtual Machines are standardized software containers + Virtual Machines are the new atomic unit of management = Unprecedented Standardization and Automation in the Datacenter 8

Disaster Recovery Automation with Site Recovery Manager Leverages VMware Infrastructure to deliver advanced disaster Disaster Recovery Automation with Site Recovery Manager Leverages VMware Infrastructure to deliver advanced disaster recovery management and automation Production Site Recovery Site App App App OS OS OS VMware Infrastructure Simplifies and automates disaster recovery workflows: Setup, testing, failover Turns manual recovery runbooks into automated recovery plans Provides central management of recovery plans from Virtual. Center Works with VMware Infrastructure to make disaster recovery rapid, reliable, manageable, affordable 9

Phase 5 : Liberate The Virtual Data. Center OS (VDC-OS) delivers flexibility, speed, resiliency Phase 5 : Liberate The Virtual Data. Center OS (VDC-OS) delivers flexibility, speed, resiliency and efficiency By Transforming the datacenter into an “internal cloud” – an elastic, shared, self- managing and self-healing utility that can federate with external clouds of computing capacity freeing IT from the constraints of static hardwaremapped applications. 10

Phase 5 : Liberate The next generation of virtualization : the VDC-OS. Net Application Phase 5 : Liberate The next generation of virtualization : the VDC-OS. Net Application Management v. Center Infrastructure Management Saa. S Windows App Application Availability v. Services OS OS J 2 EE Security Desktop Scalability OS VMware Infrastructure -> Virtual Datacenter OS ESX Infrastructure v. Compute v. Storage v. Services Internal Cloud 11 Linux v. Network v. Cloud Offpremise Cloud VDC-OS is to the entire datacenter what Windows and Linux are to a single server

v. Compute The Hypervisor is the Foundation ESXi is the next generation of the v. Compute The Hypervisor is the Foundation ESXi is the next generation of the market-leading ESX hypervisor Virtual Machines App App OS OS VMware ESXi Partitions a server into virtual machines Reduces hardware, power, and cooling with the performance and features of ESX Plug-and-Play Minimal configuration. Run VMs in minutes Integrated in server hardware OS-Independent, thin, 32 MB architecture Unparalleled security and reliability 13

v. Storage APIs Enhance integration of VMware Infrastructure and storage partner capabilities VWware Infrastructure v. Storage APIs Enhance integration of VMware Infrastructure and storage partner capabilities VWware Infrastructure App App App OS OS OS Provide storage management tools with visibility to virtual machines’ use of storage Leverage array capabilities at per-VM level Partner Storage and Management Data Protection Site Recovery 14 Multipathing Snapshots Fully utilize investments in advanced storage capabilities Simplify storage management for virtual environment Enables physical + virtual storage management

v. Network Distributed Switch Aggregated view of virtual networking App App App OS OS v. Network Distributed Switch Aggregated view of virtual networking App App App OS OS OS Datacenter level networking (versus host level) Policies, logs and statistics follow the VM A unified infrastructure for networking services (monitoring, filtering, mgmt via PVLANs, port mirroring) v. Network Distributed Switch v. Switch Simplified setup and change; seamless addition of capacity Single logical virtual switch spanning multiple ESX hosts 15 Easy troubleshooting, monitoring and debugging Enables new security services

v. Network 3 rd party Virtual switch : Ecosystem Enablement App App App OS v. Network 3 rd party Virtual switch : Ecosystem Enablement App App App OS OS OS Enterprise networking vendors can provide proprietary networking features in a VMware environment Enables networking solutions to monitor, control and manage virtual networks Cisco Nexus 1000 V Third Party Virtual Switch Networking/security solutions can understand/ be aware of mobile, dynamic virtual infrastructure Simplicity and transparency for network administrators Unified management framework for physical and virtual networks 16

v. App – New Model for Describing and Deploying Applications Availability = 99. 9% v. App – New Model for Describing and Deploying Applications Availability = 99. 9% v. App Security = High SLA = 500 msec response time SLA Definitions Application v. Services Availability App App OS OS Oracle IIS Security Firewall Load Balancer Scalability VMware Infrastructure, a virtual datacenter OS 17 Allows management of multi-tier applications as a single entity Utilizes industry standard OVF to provide instructions on how to deploy Templates, Clone and other operations execute at the v. Service level Simpler, application centric view of management Easier portability of applications Applications can now be written to monitor and scale themselves

VMware Fault Tolerance Application protection against hardware failures, with NO down time that is VMware Fault Tolerance Application protection against hardware failures, with NO down time that is Application and Operating System Independent. 18 X

Security VMware VMsafe API that enables protection of VMs by inspection of virtual components Security VMware VMsafe API that enables protection of VMs by inspection of virtual components in conjunction with hypervisor Application Isolation of protection engine from malware Broad ranging coverage of virtual machine CPU, memory, storage and network Operating System Protection Engine VMware Infrastructure 19

Security VMsafe Ecosystem A p p OS Ap p OS OS v. Network Distributed Security VMsafe Ecosystem A p p OS Ap p OS OS v. Network Distributed Switch VMware ESX Security VM Multi-function Security Appliance A p p OS Agent-less deployment of partner security services Single security VM for multiple security services AV, Firewall, IPS Mobility-awareness: Security policy and state moves with virtual machine Integrated, more effective, comprehensive security solutions within the virtual infrastructure Better than physical: automatic protection, right-sized security capacity 20

Scalability Scale Out Applications for Assured Qo. S App 256 GB 64 GB OS Scalability Scale Out Applications for Assured Qo. S App 256 GB 64 GB OS OS 21 8 CPUs 4 CPUs Scalable virtual machines Hot add of § CPU § Memory § PCIe devices Zero downtime scale out of virtual machines

VMware Infrastructure delivers simplicity Win App Simple, Proactive, Automated Management 22 Other App Windows VMware Infrastructure delivers simplicity Win App Simple, Proactive, Automated Management 22 Other App Windows Management v. Services Linux App Linux Other Application v. Services Simple, built in services for all apps VMware Infrastructure Efficient, v. Services shared infrastructure

Scalable v. Center Platform v. Center Linked Mode § § v. Center Server v. Scalable v. Center Platform v. Center Linked Mode § § v. Center Server v. Center ESXi ESX v. Center Server Server ESXi ESX Standard VI Client can access inventory across entire environment § Replicated licenses & roles Role and license data available globally via LDAP backbone Search and action based interface allows VI Client to manage across multiple v. Center Servers § Enables scale out of managed infrastructure § High Availability solution for v. Center Server § v. Center Server Passive v. Center Server v. Center Heartbeat 23 § Lower complexity § Active Protect against hardware, operating system, application, database failures Provides v. Center specific monitoring capabilities (license server ) § Flexible deployment scenarios (physical/virtual/WAN combinations) § Uses host based replication to keep the application state consistent

v. Center Lifecycle Manager Service Catalog § Catalog of service offerings ensures v. App v. Center Lifecycle Manager Service Catalog § Catalog of service offerings ensures v. App deployment based on admin defined standards & configurations § Fully automated provisioning of v. Apps& bulk VM requests § Service Level tiers define what management v. Services get associated to v. Apps during deployment (availability, security, monitoring, etc) § Provide up front metrics on costs for service offerings and tiers § Dynamically monitor v. Center for unknown VM’s to enforce ownership and placement policies for all VM’s regardless of origin § Out of the box integrations with Service Management tools Service Levels – Compose and tier infrastructure v. Services & virtual resources Configuration Offerings – types of VM/v. APP that can be provisioned Provisioning Engine Automatically deploy services with Qo. S attributes Integrate with existing process tools for end-to-end deployment 24

Monitor and Control Qo. S with v. Center App. Speed Policies (SLA) 99. 9% Monitor and Control Qo. S with v. Center App. Speed Policies (SLA) 99. 9% Uptime Monitor application performance from end-user perspective Collect and correlate across tiers and in VI Automated SLA management Fault Protection Encryption Enabled 55 75 Users 2 4 Servers 1 Database Provision 2 more servers ? Quality of Service ? ? ? 25 Enables proactive detection of end user performance issues Integration with VI enables root cause and remediation

v. Center Update Manager § Automated patch management solution. § Define, track, and enforce v. Center Update Manager § Automated patch management solution. § Define, track, and enforce compliance for ESX hosts/clusters, MS/RHEL* VMs, offline VMs, templates § Central automated, actionable VI patch compliance dashboard leveraging baseline groups § Upgrades: § Host: DRS leveraged § VM: Tools & VM HW, appliances § § *only scan supported 26 Framework to support 3 rd party IHV/ISV updates, customizations Performance and scalability enhancements: shared patch repository, patch staging, performance optimization

v. Center Capacity. IQ Capacity management solution for VMware v. Center, enabling users to v. Center Capacity. IQ Capacity management solution for VMware v. Center, enabling users to analyze, forecast, and plan capacity needs of their virtual datacenter § § Make informed planning, purchasing, and provisioning decisions § Enable capacity to be utilized most efficiently and cost-effectively § Perform “What-If” impact analysis to model effect of capacity changes § Add VMs or hosts § Identify and reclaim unused capacity § Over-, under-allocated VMs § Idle or powered-off VMs § 27 Deliver the right capacity at the right time Forecast timing of capacity shortfalls and needs

v. Center Config. Control Auto documents, gives richer visibility & custom views & reports v. Center Config. Control Auto documents, gives richer visibility & custom views & reports Helps uncover latent bad configurations quickly, accurately, remotely § Records current & past, helps analyze impact of change & troubleshoot faster § Dependency mapping to plan for changes § Provides search & rich reporting § Discover & Track, Search & Tag, Analyze (Impact & Drift), Report § Applications, inside guests, virtual entities, associated hw, custom tags § 28 § § Richer configuration data and a better way to get it, policy based control Create custom dashboards, view consolidated compliance across patching, best practices, host profiles.

End-to-End Integrated Management Enterprise System Management Non-Virtual Management Tools v. Center Physical-Only Environments/ Non-x End-to-End Integrated Management Enterprise System Management Non-Virtual Management Tools v. Center Physical-Only Environments/ Non-x 86/Non-VMware Non-Virtualized 29

Business Benefits of a VDC-OS Infrastructure Efficiency Application Agility Business Driven IT § Efficient Business Benefits of a VDC-OS Infrastructure Efficiency Application Agility Business Driven IT § Efficient use of compute and capital resources § Simple and easy provisioning of application loads § Faster reaction to change and opportunity § Standardized management § Instantaneous repurposing and reprioritization § Quick disaster recovery § Independent of the application loads § Zero-downtime § Reduced energy costs and real estate needs § Viable pay-for-usage models 30

Agenda From VMware Infrastructure to VDC-OS The Desktop Dilemma The v. Cloud initiative 31 Agenda From VMware Infrastructure to VDC-OS The Desktop Dilemma The v. Cloud initiative 31

Typical Desktop Build User Data App App Profile A typical desktop has everything bundled Typical Desktop Build User Data App App Profile A typical desktop has everything bundled into a single device with a complex intertwined collection of software and data. 32

VMware View 3 Overview Integrated Solution Including: VMware VI 3 Enterprise VMware View Manager VMware View 3 Overview Integrated Solution Including: VMware VI 3 Enterprise VMware View Manager VMware View Composer VMware Thin. App 33

Storage Optimization and Single Desktop Image Lowering Overall Storage Costs Up to 90% reduction Storage Optimization and Single Desktop Image Lowering Overall Storage Costs Up to 90% reduction Manage 1000 s of desktops Streamline Desktop Management Quick Provisioning Simplified updating, patching and upgrading while retaining user settings Guarantee updates applied to every desktop 34 Updated

Managing Patches and Updates Users Currently on XP SP 1 35 Managing Patches and Updates Users Currently on XP SP 1 35

Generate an Updated Snapshot Administrator creates new master image (SP 2) SP 2 36 Generate an Updated Snapshot Administrator creates new master image (SP 2) SP 2 36

Seamless Migration of Users and Groups User data disks are “connected” to the new Seamless Migration of Users and Groups User data disks are “connected” to the new master at next login or user prompt. SP 2 37

Thin. App: Application Management through Virtualization Features Operating System Decouples applications & data from Thin. App: Application Management through Virtualization Features Operating System Decouples applications & data from OS Agent-less architecture Wide platform and application support Plugs into existing Application Management tools Application App Files Benefits Reduces Storage Costs Minimizes desktop images to be managed Application sandbox Streamlines application patch updates Allows multiple versions of applications to be used 38 VOS Operating System VOS

Create the Smallest VM Possible Data OS OS OS Virtualized Hardware 39 We install Create the Smallest VM Possible Data OS OS OS Virtualized Hardware 39 We install nothing but the OS from a single template.

Deliver Apps and Data on Demand Data OS OS OS Virtualized Hardware 40 And Deliver Apps and Data on Demand Data OS OS OS Virtualized Hardware 40 And deliver applications on demand from a file server.

Deliver Apps and Data on Demand Data OS OS Virtualized Hardware 41 Based on Deliver Apps and Data on Demand Data OS OS Virtualized Hardware 41 Based on what the user actually needs or has permission to use.

A Single Location for Applications Creating a software repository. Data V 1 OS OS A Single Location for Applications Creating a software repository. Data V 1 OS OS OS Virtualized Hardware 42

No Distribution Needed Eliminating the need for software distribution. Data V 2 OS OS No Distribution Needed Eliminating the need for software distribution. Data V 2 OS OS OS Virtualized Hardware 43

Agenda From VMware Infrastructure to VDC-OS The Desktop Dilemma The v. Cloud initiative 44 Agenda From VMware Infrastructure to VDC-OS The Desktop Dilemma The v. Cloud initiative 44

The v. Cloud allows Elastic Capacity by enabling Local Cloud to Off-premise Cloud migration The v. Cloud allows Elastic Capacity by enabling Local Cloud to Off-premise Cloud migration Off-Premise Cloud 45 On-Premise Cloud

Cloud v. Services Infrastructure v. Services and Cloud v. Services VMware Infrastructure -> Virtual Cloud v. Services Infrastructure v. Services and Cloud v. Services VMware Infrastructure -> Virtual Datacenter OS v. Compute v. Storage v. Network • v. Cloud The v. Cloud will connect internal datacenters and external service provider offerings together seamlessly enabling enterprises to adopt cloudbased services. • Net. Work VMotion • Storage VMotion 46

v. Cloud Initiative Broad Compatibility Built on v. Apps Application and Infrastructure VMs 100+ v. Cloud Initiative Broad Compatibility Built on v. Apps Application and Infrastructure VMs 100+ Service Provider Partners Federation Cloud v. Services App App OS OS OS Firewall 47 App Tomcat IIS Load Balance Oracle

VMware v. Cloud initiative (cont’d) VMware Customers Service Partner Ecosystem v. Cloud Allocation Aggregation VMware v. Cloud initiative (cont’d) VMware Customers Service Partner Ecosystem v. Cloud Allocation Aggregation Abstraction 48 Virtual Datacenter OS Broad Application Support

VMware v. Cloud 49 Acme Corporation 2 nd Site Cloud VMware v. Cloud 49 Acme Corporation 2 nd Site Cloud

Thank You! VMware Intelligence Community Team Rob Amos - Intelligence Programs Manager ramos@vmware. com Thank You! VMware Intelligence Community Team Rob Amos - Intelligence Programs Manager [email protected] com | (703) 209 -6480 Harold Hinson - Intelligence Programs Manager [email protected] com | (410) 703 -5290 Adolfo Rivera - Territory Sales Manager [email protected] com | (650) 812 -8289 Zack Zimmerman – Staff Systems Engineer [email protected] com | (301) 848 -0134