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MDC421

Twitter: @
edvaldocardoso

Working as Practice Manager for Insight, he is a subject matter
expert in cloud, virtualization and management.


He has experience managing, solutioning, planning,
organizing, and leading complex global projects acquired in
23+ years of experience in IT,
working
in segments spanning
from government, health, education and IT sectors.


MVP VM since 2009 and a well
-
known speaker at IT
-
related for
more than 10 years.
Recently
wrote the book System Center
VMM 2012
http://wp.me/p15Fu3
-
mK

and reviewed the
following books:

Windows 2012 Hyper
-
V Cookbook, Windows 2012 Cluster ,
VMware
vSphere

5.1 Cookbook


Blog :
http://cloudtidings.com/

Twitter
:
edvaldocardoso

What about
security

and
compliance?

How do I integrate

with my
existing

IT
investments?

What about

my
h
eterogeneous
,

complex
IT
landscape?

Simple and cost
-
effective

In
-
box service templates and
runbooks

for System Center components


Web
-
based
interfaces to System Center
capabilities
to help integrate
existing
investments


Standards
-
based top
-
of
-
rack network
switch configuration


Windows Server file
-
based storage and
Storage Spaces support


Extensible service management
automation and integration


Workload protection & recovery across
datacenters with
Windows Azure

Hyper
-
V Recovery Manager

Enterprise
-
class

Best
-
of
-
breed
management for
Windows Server and Microsoft
workloads

Multitenant virtual networking,
including edge
gateway
provisioning to
bridge physical
and
virtual networks


Support for VM
connectivity into virtual
Fibre

Channel
SAN


Multi
-
hypervisor support,
including
Hyper
-
V,
VMware, and Citrix


Robust open source support
:
Dynamic
Memory for Linux, Unix/ Linux
monitoring
and
configuration


Unified monitoring for on
-
premises and
Windows Azure infrastructure
Application focused

Easy VM portability
and
management
between Windows Server and Windows
Azure


Deep .NET and Java application
monitoring and diagnostics


Standardized app provisioning with
service templates


I
ntegrated
dev
-
ops with System Center
-
Visual Studio connector


Cloud
-
integrated app
and
workload
insight with
Global Service Monitor and
System Center Advisor

Management Packs with extensive built
-
in knowledge for Microsoft Exchange,
SQL,
SharePoint

Windows Azure
Pack
for Windows Server

Orchestration

+ SPF


Azure


On
-
premises


Service

Provider

System Center
2012 R2: Unified management for the
Cloud OS



1.
Multi
-
hypervisor private clouds

2.
Multitenant virtual networks

3.
SAN & file
-
based storage management

4.
Robust Linux support

5.
Process
automation & integration






6.
APM for .NET and Java apps

7.
Cloud
-
integrated
monitoring &
dev
-
ops

8.
VM portability across clouds

9.
Service Provider Foundation

10.
Service templates



Enterprise
-
class

Simple and cost
-
effective

Application

focused

Infrastructure

provisioning

Snapshot
running VMs
without
downtime

Dynamic
Memory resize
for running
VMs

Automated
Hyper
-
V cluster
upgrades w/o
downtime using
Live Migration

ODX support
for faster
VM
provisioning
from templates

Virtual
Fibre

channel SAN
connectivity
support

Storage Spaces
support

File
-
level
Linux
VM
backups,
restore
full
Linux VM

System Center
Advisor
connector for
Operations
Manager

System Center
Advisor
connector for
Operations
Manager

Java APM


Microsoft
Monitoring Agent


Native SNMP
monitoring and
IPv6 support

VMM integration
with Operations
Manager for
fabric health
visualization

Infrastructure monitoring

System Center
Management Pack
for Windows
Azure

Dynamic VHDX
resize

Dynamic
Memory
support for
Linux VMs

Service
templates for
DPM, Service
Manager, SPF
and Ops. Mgr.

Runbook

based
configuration
for all System
Center
components

Tenant
-
level
usage metering
and reporting

System
Resource
Maximum number
Improvement
factor
Windows 2008 R2
Windows Server 2012 R2
Host
Logical processors on hardware
64
320
5
×
Physical memory
1 TB
4 TB
4
×
Virtual processors per host
512
2,048
4
×
Virtual
machine
Virtual processors per virtual machine
4
64
16
×
Memory per virtual machine
64 GB
1 TB
16
×
Virtual disk capacity
2 TB
64 TB
32x
Active virtual machines
384
1,024
2.7
×
Cluster
Nodes
16
64
4
×
Virtual machines
1,000
8,000
8
×

Simplified
infrastructure service
delivery

In
-
box service
templates
and
runbooks

for
System Center components

Integrate existing investments using
web
-
based
interfaces to System Center
capabilities

Scale management across multiple System
Center instances (or “stamps”)

Extensible service management automation

Tenant
-
level resource metering for capacity
planning and usage analytics



Tenant admin/users


APIs







STORAGE

Discover, classify, and allocate
storage for use by the private
cloud. Provide the correct
storage for use with
appropriate access.

COMPUTE

Deploy your compute
resources, taking them from
bare metal to fully deployed
for your physical and
virtualization hosts.

NETWORK

Abstract your complex
networking infrastructure into
logical networks for cloud
use. Assign IP, virtual IP, and
MAC addresses from pools
and integrate with load
balancers.

CLUSTER

Consolidate your fabric
elements for use in a private
cloud.




Bare
-
metal

server

WDS server

VHD

Drivers

Host profile

contoso

Library server

Hyper
-
V server

1

3

2

4

5

6

7

8

9

OOB reboot

Boot from PXE

Download VHD

Inject drivers

Authorize

PXE boot

Run generic command
execution scripts and
configure partitions

Customize and
domain join

Enable Hyper
-
V

Download WINPE

Hyper
-
V server

Host Group

Hyper
-
V server

Hyper
-
V server

Host Group

VMM server

Hyper
-
V server

Hyper
-
V server

Host Group

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Service template (multi
-
tier .NET applications)

END
-
TO
-
END MAPPING


Create associations
between storage and VM
through reconciling data
from Hyper
-
V and
storage arrays


Identify storage
consumed by VM, host,
and cluster

CAPACITY MANAGEMENT

RAPID PROVISIONING


Add storage to a host or
cluster through masking
operations, initialization,
partitioning, formatting,
and CSV cluster resource
creation


Add storage capacity
during new cluster
creation


Create new VMs
leveraging the SAN to
copy the VHD


Utilize SMI
-
S copy
services and replication
profiles


Deploy to host or cluster
at scale

Storage

SMI
-
S Provider

SMP Provider


Virtual Machine Manager

Tier 1

Tier 2

Assign existing LUNs to
hosts and clusters

Create new LUNs from
pool and assign to hosts
and clusters

Allocate storage to
specific host groups

Create storage
classification pools and
associate with storage

Discover storage
through SMI
-
S/SMP
provider

Host Group

VMM | High
-
performance live migration

Accelerate live
m
igration performance
with compression or RDMA
-
capable
network adapters

For <10GBit network connectivity, live
migration compression delivers superior
performance


2x acceleration for most
workloads

For >10GBit networks, Remote
d
irect
m
emory
a
ccess (RDMA) offload delivers the highest
performance with low CPU
utilization
and
transfer speeds of up
to
56Gb/s

Windows Server 2012 R2 supports
RoCE
,
iWARP

and
Infiniband

RDMA
solutions

L
ive migration with RDMA

VMM |
Shared
-
nothing
live
migration

Benefits:


Increase flexibility of virtual

machine placement.


Increase administrator
efficiency.


Reduce downtime for
migrations across cluster
boundaries.

MAXIMUM

MEMORY

MAXIMUM

MEMORY

Administrator can
increase maximum
memory without a
restart


Dynamic Memory

Reallocates memory automatically
among running virtual machines

New in R2: Support for Linux VHD’s


Windows Server 2012
improvements


Minimum memory


Hyper
-
V smart paging


Memory ballooning


Runtime configuration

VMM | Dynamic
Memory

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14.1.1.100

http://contosoweb.blue.com

14.1.1.100

NVGRE

Service provider cloud


Multi
-
tenant
VPN gateway

Site
-
to
-
site
connectivity

Red company

192.168.0.0/24

192.168.0.0/24

Blue company

Site
-
to
-
site
connectivity

Cross platform
monitoring:


Windows Server


RHEL/SUSE Linux


Oracle Solaris


HP
-
UX & IBM
AIX

Cross
-
platform
configuration
:


Windows Server


Linux/UNIX


VMM
-
Operations Manager
connector

VMware
vSphere

health with
VEEAM Management
Pack

Network topology
discovery

System
Center
Management
Pack
for Windows
Azure

AWS Management Pack

Best
practice configuration for
Windows Server 2012 with
System Center
Advisor
connector




Client
-
side

End user experiences related

to page load times, server and
network latency, and client
-
side
scripting exceptions

Server
-
side

Monitoring the actual code

that is executed and delivered

by the application

Synthetic

Pre
-
recorded testing paths

through the application that
highlight availability, response
times, and unexpected responses


Based on OM
-
VMM connection

•Alerts for thin provisioning threshold events

•Dashboards


Viewing
historical capacity utilization


Identifying
which VMs are affected by capacity
exhaustion

Supported

JEE application
servers

Supported operating systems matrix

RHEL

SLES

Solaris

AIX

Windows

IBM
Webshare

6.1, 7.0

Oracle
WebLogic

11gRel1, 10gRel3

Redhat

JBoss

4.2, 5.1, 6

Apache Tomcat

5.5, 6.0, 7

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-
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-
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-
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