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Virtualization

with

VMWare

Justin Field

Senior Systems Engineer


Agenda



IT Pain Points



Virtualization Overview


VMware View



VMware
SRM



ROI/TCO tools



Q & A

IT Pain Points



Server Sprawl



High Uptime



Maintenance Windows

Virtualization Overview

Operating System

Application

Physical Server

Database Email




File Print

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Utilization

Operating System

Application

Virtual Machine

$

Utilization



What is a Virtual Machine?



A Virtual Machine is a tightly isolated software container
that can run operating systems and applications as if it
were a physical computer.



A Virtual Machine is made up of a software “Set of Files”
that behave exactly like a physical computer’s CPU, RAM,
Hard Disk, and Network Interface Card.



.log .
nvram

.
vmdk


.
vmem

.
vmx


Virtual Server

$

Utilization

Hyperviso
r

Operating System

Application

Operating System

Application

Operating System

Application

$

Utilization

Operating System

Application



What is Virtualization?



Virtualization
allows
you to run multiple “virtual machines”
on a single physical machine
. The cost savings come from
Consolidation.

How does VMware virtualization solve problems?

Spend less of your
budget on hardware,
power, maintenance
and administration


Spend less time
worrying about and
reacting to downtime

VMware virtualization will get you
10x productivity on your servers

VMware virtualization is the most
cost
-
effective business continuity
solution


High Availability


Data Recovery

vSphere 5.0 supports the industry’s most capable virtual machines

Other new
features

VM Scalability

Broader Device
Coverage


32
virtual
CPUs per
VM


Client
-
connected USB
devices


USB 3.0 devices


Smart Card Readers for
VM Console Access


UI for multi
-
core virtual
CPUs


Extended VMware Tools
compatibility


1TB
RAM per
VM


4x previous capabilities!


Support for Mac OS X
servers

Richer Desktop
Experience


3D graphics


VM
BIOS boot order config API and
PowerCLI interface


EFI BIOS

Items which require HW version 8 in Italics


New Virtual Machine Features in
vSphere

5.0



VMware Thin Provisioning



Allows over
-
allocation of storage by
eliminating the waste that occurs from
unused space.



Subscribe more capacity to virtual
machines than they actually have,
eliminating the waste of resources and
space caused by unused, over
-
allocated
storage.



Eliminate application downtime by
simplifying storage provisioning.

ESX

OS

APP

OS

APP

OS

APP

Datastore

Virtual
Disks

20GB

40GB

20GB

20GB

60GB

20GB

100GB

Thick

Thin

Thin

40GB

100GB



VMware vCenter Server



vSphere

5


ESX Hypervisor



Enables Advanced Features



Single Point of Management



Easy to Use



Automation and Backup



Full System Monitoring


Benefits:


Low

cost, entry
-
level option for users without
shared storage


Recommended VMware Product:


Essentials

Benefits:



Enables virtualization features such as high
availability,
vMotion

and DRS



Enhanced scalability, management and
performance


Recommended VMware Product:


Essentials Plus or Enterprise Acceleration Kit

NAS,
iSCSI

or
SAN Storage

ESX

OS

APP

OS

APP

OS

APP

ESX

OS

APP

OS

APP

OS

APP

Virtual machine data can
be stored on local disks

Storage can be shared between
multiple virtual machines

Local Storage

Shared Storage (NAS,
iSCSI

or SAN)

NFS
or
VMFS



Storage



VMware HA



Monitors virtual machines to detect
operating system and hardware failures.



Restarts virtual machines on other
physical servers in the event of a host
failure.



Protects applications from operating
system failures by automatically
restarting virtual machines.

vSphere ESX

OS

APP

OS

APP

OS

APP

vSphere ESX

OS

APP

OS

APP

OS

APP

OS

APP

OS

APP

OS

APP



VMware FT



Eliminate downtime due to hardware failures and provide 24 x 7 availability
for your applications.



Fault Tolerance provides continuous availability for applications in the event of
server failures by creating a live shadow instance of a virtual machine.

VMware vSphere™

OS

APP

OS

APP

OS

APP



VMware
vMotion

Description

Enables the live migration of virtual machines
from one host to another with continuous
service availability


Benefits


Moves virtual machines with server
resource pools to align the allocation of
resources to business priorities


Meets service level and performance goals


Improves availability by conducting
maintenance without disrupting business




VMware Storage vMotion



Perform live migrations of Virtual Machine storage files with no downtime.



Convert Thick to Thin provisioned virtual machines.



VMware DRS



DRS continuously monitors utilization across resource pools and intelligently
aligns resources with business needs.



Dynamically allocate IT resources to the highest priority applications. Create
rules and policies to prioritize how resources are allocated to virtual machines.



VMware DPM



When virtual machines in a
DRS

cluster need fewer
resources, such as during nights
and weekends, DPM consolidates
workloads

onto fewer servers and
powers off the rest to reduce
power consumption.



Cut ongoing power and cooling
costs by up to 20% in the
datacenter during low utilization
time periods.



Automate management of
energy efficiency in the
datacenter.


Resource Pool

Power
Optimized

Standby Host
Server


New host deployment method introduced in
vSphere

5.0


Based on PXE Boot


Works with Image Builder,
vCenter

Server, and Host Profiles


How it works:


PXE boot the server


ESXi

image profile loaded into host memory via Auto Deploy Server


Configuration applied using Answer File / Host Profile


Host placed/connected in
vCenter


Benefits


No boot disk


Quickly and easily deploy large numbers of
ESXi

hosts


Share a standard
ESXi

image across many hosts


Host image decoupled from the physical server


Recover host w/out recovering hardware or having to restore from
backup



VMware Auto Deploy



VMware Data Recovery



Disk
-
based backup and recovery to enable speedy restoration of your VMs.



Restore individual files or entire images as needed.



Easy management through vCenter Server & runs as a Virtual Machine.

OS

APP

De
-
duplicated

Storage

ESX

OS

APP

OS

APP


Put it all together

VMware
vSphere

Essentials Kits for Small Business

vSphere

5 Essentials

For smaller

environments

Essentials

Essentials +

1

Make better use of existing infrastructure

2

Save time in managing infrastructure with
vCenter

central management

3

Improve application availability with


vMotion

(no planned downtime)


High Availability (business continuity)

4

Protect business data with VMware Data
Recovery

Benefits

VMware
vSphere

Enterprise Editions

vSphere

5 Editions

For larger

environments

Standard

Enterprise

Enterprise +

1

Consolidation

Convert Physical System to Virtual Machines

and Leverage Live Migration (
vMotion
)

2

Availability

Enable High Availability (HA) and

Fault Tolerance (FT) for Applications

3

Automated Resource Management

Deliver Load Balancing (DRS), Power
Management (DPM), and Live Storage Migration
(Storage
vMotion
) without Manual Intervention

4

Simplified Operations

Advanced Networking (Distributed Network
Switch, I/0 Control), Advanced Storage (Storage
DRS, Profile
-
Driven Storage, View Accelerator)
and Host Deployment/Configuration (Auto
Deploy, Host Profiles) for More OPEX Savings

Benefits

VMware Impact on Small and Mid
-
sized Environments

Increase Staff Productivity

Increase Application Availability

Reduce Physical Infrastructure Cost

3

Increase Data Recoverability

4

1

2

Greater Application Availability

Zero down
-
time failover of failed servers

Increase Application Availability

1

Detects server failures and migrates the VM
to a different physical server
without

human intervention

Typical downtime

per failure

4 hours

Lost revenue per
hour

$2,416

Lost staff
productivity

per hour

$50/hour

Average failures per
year

2

Average Downtime Costs*

$29,328 per year!

OS

APP

ESX

OS

APP

OS

APP

OS

APP

ESX

OS

APP

OS

APP

Failed OS or server

Two

levels of Application Protection

Fault

Tolerance

Zero
-
downtime

failover; VM’s migrate off of failed servers

Included in

Acceleration kits

High

Availability

Automated reboot

of VMs in the event of physical server failure

Included

in Acceleration kits & Essentials Plus

Backup and Recovery more efficiently

OS

APP

Agent
-
less, disk
-
based backup and
recovery of your VMs

VM or file level restore

Incremental backups and data

de
-
dupe to save disk space

De
-
duplicated

Storage

ESX

OS

APP

OS

APP

Increase Data Recoverability

2

Agent
-
less snapshot
technology

Built in data protection
saves time and money



Simplifies administration


Faster recover times


Less downtime = higher
staff productivity

Immediate Savings on Hardware

ATER VMware

Servers

10

Utilization

8%

Annual

Support
Costs

$5,000

Annual Power and
Cooling Costs

$8,334

Servers

3

Utilization

80%

Annual

Support
Costs

$1,500

Annual Power and
Cooling Costs

$2,499

Before VMware

After VMware

More applications per machine
= less machines

Reduce Physical Infrastructure Cost

3

Over $9,000 per year in savings!!!

Get More Done With Existing Staff

% of Time Spent on
Maintenance

72%

Before VMware

After VMware

24%

Do more work with the same
number of people = operating cost
savings

Drivers of productivity
improvements include

Zero downtime maintenance

Built
-
in high availability

Dynamic patching

Instant provisioning

Automated disaster recovery


Increase Staff Productivity

4

Source: IDC and VMware TAM program

vSphere



Use Cases







Extend and Simplify IT Across Sites


Connect Multiple
vCenter

Server Instances Together for Enhanced Management,

Licensing, and Operations


Control Your Virtual Infrastructure Remotely


Standardize Deployments Across Remote Sites


Eliminate the Need for Exactly the Same Hardware Configurations Across Sites

Shift IT From Reactive to Proactive


CapEx

Savings by Reducing Server Count and Reducing Power, Real Estate, and Cooling Requirements


Squeeze more out of Existing IT Gear


OpEx

Savings and Simplified Management Means IT Can Focus on More Tasks

(Faster Deployment, More FTEs per VM vs. Physical Servers)


Disaster Recovery
-

Issues with a VM? Create a New One in Minutes on Any x86 Server


Enhanced Agility Across Product,
Dev
/Test, etc.

Dynamic

Datacenter

Infrastructure

Remote Office

Infrastructure




Enable Data to Follow the User


vSphere

is the Supporting Infrastructure for Any View Deployment


Access a Virtual Desktop from Anywhere and with Any Device

Foundation for

Virtual Desktop




The Foundation for Cloud Computing


vSphere

Enables the Cloud and Choice (Private or Public)


Other 2,000
vCloud

Providers Available Today


Support Existing and Future Cloud Applications

Cloud

Computing

VMware View

Why VDI Craze

-
Users



-
B.Y.O.D




-
Consistent Feel




-
Reliable




-
Fast




-
Latest Software



-
Owners



-
Increase Productivity




-
Increase Compliance




-
Lower Costs


-
IT



-
Simplified
Mgmt




-
Increase Control / Security




-
Dynamic / Agile




-
Scalable / Highly Available

Demo

Features of View

-
View Manager

-
View Connection Server / Security Server

-
View Composer

-
Thin App

-
PCoIP


-
Linked Clones

-
Tiered Storage

-
Storage Accelerator

-
Persona Management



Vmware

View

Demo

3.

Storage Needs for
View


(site assessment recommended)

-
IOPS:

Boot = 20
iops
, 15k disk = 180
iops



-
Write / Read Ratio
-

avg. 80/20 = 16w / 4r of boot
iops



-
Raid Hits
-

Raid 5 = 4 hits per write, no read hits

4hits
x 16 write
iops

= 64 + 4 read
iops

= 68
iops

per VM



1000 desktops x 68
iops

= 68000 / 180 =
380

(15k disks)

***Doesn’t factor in
Capacity

for UDD, Replicas, Linked Clones, Infrastructure Servers***


VMware SRM



VMware
Site Recovery Manager

vSphere
Replication


Simple
, cost
-
efficient replication for Tier 2 applications and smaller sites


Storage
-
based R
eplication

High
-
performance
replication for business
-
critical applications in larger sites

vCenter Server

Site
Recovery
Manager

vSphere

vCenter Server

Site
Recovery
Manager

vSphere

vSphere
Replication

Storage
-
based
replication

Site A (Primary)

Site B (Recovery)


Recover from unexpected site
failure


Full or partial site failure


The most critical but least
frequent use
-
case


Unexpected site failures do
not happen often


When they do, fast recovery is
critical to the business







Anticipate potential datacenter
outages


For example: in case of
planned hurricane, floods,
forced evacuation, etc.


Initiate preventive failover for
smooth migration


Leverage SRM ‘
planned
migration
’ to ensure no data
-
loss



Automated failback

enables
easy return to original site


Most frequent SRM use case


Planned datacenter maintenance


Global load balancing


Streamline routine migrations
across
sites


Test to minimize risk


Execute partial failovers


Leverage SRM ‘
planned migration

to ensure no data
-
loss



Automated failback

enables bi
-
directional migrations

Disaster Failover

Disaster Avoidance

Planned Migration

3 typical use
-
cases for SRM

ROI / TCO

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2011
VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by U.S. and international copyright and intellectual property law
s.
VMware
products are covered by one or more patents listed at
http://
www.vmware.com
/go/patents
. VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware,
Inc

in
the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respectiv
e c
ompanies.

Capital Expense Savings


Customer Scenario:
Need to replace 92 Windows servers

VAR A: Physical Hardware Refresh

Number

Price

Total

Hardware
Costs

92

7,372*

678,224

Total

$678,224

Physical Refresh:

$678,224

Virtualization Refresh:

$286,435

Cost Savings:



$391,789

*Physical Refresh


X366 Express (2 x 2.80 GHz)


8GB RAM, 2 80GB Drives

Virtualized Refresh


X366 Express (4x3.66 GHz)


20GB RAM (2) 36GB Drives


2 Fiber HBA’s

VAR B: Virtual Infrastructure

7,372

7,372

1

VirtualCenter Server

185,430

30,905

6

ESX Host Server

Hardware Costs:

Total

Price

Number

VMware Software
:

48,984

8,164

6

ESX Server VIN

34,662

5,777

6

3
-
Yr RTS

7,098

7,098

1

VirtualCenter

2,889

2,889

1

3
-
Yr VC RTS

$286,435

Total

48

Copyright ©
2011
VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. This product is protected by U.S. and international copyright and intellectual property law
s.
VMware
products are covered by one or more patents listed at
http://
www.vmware.com
/go/patents
. VMware is a registered trademark or trademark of VMware,
Inc

in
the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respectiv
e c
ompanies.

Increase automation

Virtualization + Automation = Lower Costs

Cost per VM hour

(2GB instance)

20¢

18¢

16¢

14¢

12¢

10¢











30%

35%

40%

45%

50%

55%

60%

65%

70%

75%

80%

Increase utilization

1

Utilization

http://
roitco.vmware.com

Cumulative Investment, Savings & ROI

Sample output from VMware ROI
-
TCO calculator

Thank You!