Rob Mallicoat Senior Solutions Architect Quest Software

boundlessbazaarΔιακομιστές

9 Δεκ 2013 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 4 μήνες)

392 εμφανίσεις

Rob Mallicoat

Senior Solutions Architect

Quest Software

SP08

Breadth of Coverage

Nearly 400 different extension technologies for System Center suite

Technology that Natively Integrates into System Center


No additional infrastructure or management console is needed…no impact
on IT footprint

Market Tested

Quest is a long
-
standing viable partner for Microsoft

Partner Focused

Working with the Microsoft System Center partner ecosystem to drive
deployments

Ease of Implementation


Leverage the existing skill sets of your IT staff and maximize their
productivity

Multiple Deployment Options

Extensible mix of agent
-
less and agent
-
based offerings


System Center Virtual

Machine Manager 2008

System Center

Operations Manager 2007

System Center

Configuration Manager 2007

System Center Data

Protection Manager 2007

Product Alignment to Microsoft System Center Suite

QMX


Operations Manager 2007

QMPs: .NET, AS400, z/OS

QMCs: Ex.Patrol, NetCool, MOM, Foglight

QKP


Audit Collection Services (InTrust)

QMX for ACS

QMX
-

Configuration Manager 2007

QMX for Device Management


Configuration Manager 2007

MSI Studio

Recovery Manager for AD,
Exchange & SharePoint


QMX for DPM

(Delivered via Prof Services)

VMM +
vWorkspace

= Advanced VDI

QMX


Operations Manager (SCVMM
PROTips

MP)

QMX


Quest Management Xtensions

QMP


Quest Management Packs

QMC


Quest Management Connectors

QKP


Quest Knowledge Pack

VDI


Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Simplified Management of System
Center using Windows
PowerShell

and Quest
PowerGUI

Quest Management
Xtensions

(QMX) for Operations Manager

Gives Operations Manager “vision” into more than 250 non
-
Windows
systems, clients and devices including: *nix, Mac, VMware, Oracle, Cisco,
AS400 and more


without installing an agent on any system or device

“Enables” Operations Manager to include these systems in what it “sees”

Doesn’t require the non
-
Windows
admins

to give up anything or change

the way they do things… simply allows Operations Manager to be the

central management point for monitoring health


while they focus on

more critical tasks!

Integrates non
-
Windows logs with Microsoft Audit Collection Service (ACS) for
centralized security auditing and reporting

Collects performance data and events

Evaluates health rules and raises alerts

Supports command
-
line automation

Utilizes SSH, RSA encryption and public/private key authentication for secure
connections

Does not change Operations Manager


exposes non
-
Windows information via
a WBEM/CIM interface (similar to Windows systems)

QMX for OM Base
Framework

QMX for OM Base Framework
Machine (optional)

Ops Manager Console

SQL Server


Ops Mgr Root Management Server



Agent
-
less Architecture and device discovery allows you to
quickly bring all of your non
-
Windows devices and operating
systems into Operations Manager.

Leverages
Ops Manager CIM model


Performance values, Alerts, Events, Etc.


Distributed Applications


Reporting Portal and Data Warehouse


Support for 250 Devices (firewall/router/etc


Support for 150 non
-
Windows Operating Systems




Collected data can be viewed/managed using
native Ops Mgr console

Leverage your Operations Manager Infrastructure


Connect Operations Manager to non
-
Microsoft management systems


Two
-
way (bi
-
directional) data feed in
most cases;
Uni
-
directional from
Operations Manager in some cases


Wide range of management platforms
supported


Further leverage your investment in
Operations Manager


achieve
centralized management!

Nagios

HPOV

Tivoli

BMC

MOM
2005

Generi
c

Many
More


In Summary

Provides a centralized ‘single pane of glass’ for enterprise
-
wide
change/configuration management and system updates through Configuration
Manager 2007


Extends System Center Configuration Manager 2007 to nearly 150 non
-
Windows operating systems, applications, clients, devices and hardware
components


Architectural flexibility


Quest delivers both Agent
-
based and Agent
-
less
architected products for System Center Configuration Manager




Change and Configuration Management for the Heterogeneous Environment

Native Extension of System
Center Configuration
Manager 2007 to Unix,
Linux, VMware ESX and
Mac OSX


Extends core features of
Configurations Manager to
non
-
Windows OS platforms


Single infrastructure,
console and reporting
paradigm for managing your
heterogeneous environment



Note: Quest provides QMX for SMS 2003 environments as well

Extend the Power of
System
Center Configuration Manager 2007


Non
-
Windows Platform Support
RedHat

Enterprise Linux


AS/ES/WS 2.1, 3.0 i386, 4.0*, 5.0*

SUSE


Enterprise Server 8, 9*, 10*, Enterprise Desktop 10*

Solaris


8, 9 & 10 (
sparc
), Solaris x86
-

9, 10*

AIX


5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 6.1

HP
-
UX


11i (11.11) and v2 (11.23), v3 (11.31)
-

PA
-
RISC/Itanium

Mac OS X


10.3, 10.4, 10.5 (
ppc

and Intel)

Asianux

2.0

VMware ESX Server 2.53, 3.0.1+, 3.5

CentOS

4, 5

Agentless

support for older OS versions and network devices (Inventory)

Integration with and Support for Quest Authentication Services v3.5



What’s New


v2.1
QMX
-

Configuration Manager 2007 Edition

Originally released April 11, 2008

v2.1 was released February 2009

Support for Maintenance Windows

Support for Native Mode

Support for
CentOS

(versions 4 & 5)

Support for AIX 6.1

Support for VMware ESX Server 3.5

Support for Windows Server 2008

Support for IIS 7

Integration with and support for Quest Authentication Services (QAS) v3.5





Management Points

Distribution Points

Administrator’s Console

SQL Server

Primary Site Server


QMX for Configuration Manager
features roles
leveraged
by
Configuration
Manager



Similar architecture to Windows Agent



Client Agent is like WMI for Unix

Leverages Configuration Manager:


Management & Distribution Points


Console


Database/Reporting


Policies



MMC Console snap
-
in extends UI and provides
reporting

Leveraging Configuration Manager’s Infrastructure
Agentless

coverage for Configuration Manager

OS support extended

Fedora Linux

Ubuntu

Linux

Novell (
snmp
)

Flat File


Non
-
supported (older versions) of agent
-
based solution

HP
-
UX


prior to 11i (11.11)

Solaris


(SPARC) Prior to Solaris 8 (e.g. 5.8)

IBM AIX


prior to 5.1

Red Hat Linux


prior to 2.1

SUSE Linux


Enterprise Server 8 or Enterprise Desktop 9


Network Devices

Networking, infrastructure, security, storage, hardware, Power, Printers, Mainframe, Telecom, specific
applications (115+)

Note: Quest provides
agentless

extensions for SMS 2003
as

well

QMX PRO
-
enabled Management Pack for non
-
Windows
operating systems and non
-
Microsoft application technologies
enabling intelligent virtual machine tuning through analysis of
system resource, network, storage and application monitoring.

“Customers want insight into their IT operations and the System Center
suite of management offerings delivers this to help drive down costs and
improve overall efficiency through an integrated management experience,”
said Ryan O’Hara, director, System Center Product Management,
Microsoft. “The integration with System Center that Quest delivers through
their PRO
-
enabled Management Pack with its real
-
time integration and
remedial capabilities, helps customers get deeper insight into their
environment and reduce complexity.”

Rob Mallicoat

Senior Systems Consultant Quest Software

Rob Mallicoat
-

rob.mallicoat@quest.com

Connection Broker


Enterprise Management


Remote Desktop Services, VDI, Physical PCs

Current Release = 6.1


Released April 27, 2009

History


Management Tools for Citrix and Terminal Services since 2001



Provision Networks launched in 2004



Integration with
Vmware

Virtual Center 2006


5.7



Integration with Virtual Iron 2007


5.9



Acquired by Quest in November 2007



Integration with Microsoft Hyper
-
V 2008


5.10



Integration with Parallels
Virtuozzo

2009


6.0



Integration with Microsoft SCVMM 2009


6.1






Platform
-
Agnostic

Future
-
proof your desktop virtualization environment and keep options open

Customer
-
Proven

1000s of customers on a 6th generation product

Enterprise
-
Grade

Extensive feature set at an economical price

Award
-
Winning Technology


Virtualization Journal,
VMworld

2008

Multiple Deployment Options

Manage Remote Desktop Services, VDI, and Blade PCs with a single product


single console

Experience Optimized Protocol

Ensure the virtual PC responds like a physical one


“Quest vWorkspace provides customers with a rich virtual
desktop experience through integrated management across
existing physical and virtual desktops with Microsoft System
Center, and cost
-
effective virtualization with Windows
Server 2008 Hyper
-
V.” said Dai Vu, director of virtualization
marketing, Server and Tools Business at Microsoft Corp.


VM Cloning with
Sysprep



batch creation

Desktop Creation/Deletion


create/delete AD Computer Objects

Delete machines that haven’t been accessed in X number of days

Task Automation


Power, State, Script, Delete, MSI….

Power Management

Active Directory Integration

Flexible Assignment


User, Group, OU, Client IP, Client Name

MSI Package Automation


Install, Update, Uninstall

App
-
V Integration


Publish seamlessly from XP/Vista/Win7

Pool auto expansion


maintain a buffer of available PCs



Hypervisor

Management

Broker/Additional

Management

SAN

Client

Desktop

Server

Application Streaming

Thin Clients

Repurposed PCs

Physical
Desktops

Experience Optimized

Protocol

Single Mgmt Console for RDS, VDI and Physical PCs

Granular Delegated Administration


delegate only required
administrative features to appropriate IT Staff for managing
specific RDS or VDI Groups

Organize Management Console by Location, Department…

Session Management


Remote Control, Logoff, Reset…

Integrated Task Manager


View/Kill Processes

MSI Package Deployment

Task Automation

Support for heterogeneous environments


Centralized Management


Single Mgmt Console RDS & VDI

Server and Application Load Balancing

User Profile Management


Hybrid User Profiles

User Environment Configuration and Lockdown

Virtual IP Addressing


unique IP per session (if required)

File & Registry Redirection


Fix legacy apps

CPU Fair Sharing


Ensure performance

Memory Re
-
basing


Support more sessions per server

Integration with Microsoft App
-
V


Publish virtualized apps

Branded as Quest EOP


Experience Optimized Protocol

Graphics Acceleration


Quest Display Driver for RDP

Multimonitor Support


RDS and VDI use client monitor settings

Multimedia Redirection


Content played locally, seamlessly

Seamless Windows


XP/2003/Vista/2008/Win7


RDS or VDI

Universal Printing


client, session/network and gateway

Universal USB Support


for Windows and Linux Clients

Bi
-
directional Audio


Microphone for Windows and Linux Clients

Latency Reduction


Local Text Echo

ASP.Net + AJAX Web Access

SSL Secure Gateway

App
-
V Integration


Publish Seamless Virtualized Apps

Stream to RDS, VDI or to the client

Clients for:

Windows CE5/CE6/2000/XP/XPe/2003/Vista/2008/Win7

Linux

Java

WTOS


Wyse Thin OS

Mac


Beta

U3


Windows client w/o installation, i.e. USB Stick

Submit Your
Evals

And Be Eligible

To Win Cool Prizes!

Two ways to access online evaluation forms

CommNet

and evaluation stations located in hallways

outside breakout rooms

From any wired or wireless connection to

http://mms
-
2009.com

Your input is important!

©
2009 Microsoft
Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademar
ks
and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.

The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the
dat
e of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a c
omm
itment on the part of
Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation.

MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.