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L.Nedas

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+43 664 4213360

IT as a Service


Data Center Virtualization

2

VMware is the Customer Proven Market Leader


Company Overview


> $2.6 billion trailing 4 qtr revenue


Over $2.9 billion in cash


28%+ operating margins


~8,000 employees worldwide


5th largest infrastructure software

company in the world


Proven in the Trenches


190,000+ VMware customers


100% of Fortune 100


100% of Fortune Global 100


97% of Fortune 1000


94% of Fortune Global 500

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VMware is the Customer Proven Market Leader

Source:
Server Virtualization: From Virtual Machines to Clouds,
Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations and Management Summit, June 2010, Thomas
Bittman


Company Overview


> $2.6 billion trailing 4 qtr revenue


Over $2.9 billion in cash


28%+ operating margins


~8,000 employees worldwide


5th largest infrastructure software

company in the world


Proven in the Trenches


190,000+ VMware customers


100% of Fortune 100


100% of Fortune Global 100


97% of Fortune 1000


94% of Fortune Global 500

84%
of all virtualized applications

in the world run on VMware.

Gartner, December
2009

84%
of all virtualized applications

in the world run on VMware.

Gartner, December
2009

6

2010 Milestone: Virtualization is Now De Facto Model




We are past a virtual tipping point!

0
2,500,000
5,000,000
7,500,000
10,000,000
12,500,000
15,000,000
17,500,000
VM Cross Over

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Source:
IDC

Physical Servers

Virtual machines

7

Trends in VM Density

0
2,500,000
5,000,000
7,500,000
10,000,000
12,500,000
15,000,000
17,500,000
Physical Hosts
Stand Alone Servers
Virtual Machines
2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

3.0

3.3

4.3

5.4

6.1

7.1

7.7

8.2

VM
Densities
Nearly Triple

2013

Source:
IDC WW
Server
Virtualization
Shipment Forecast,
2005
-
2013

8.4

8

Larger Enterprises Tend Towards Higher VM Densities

Question: How many x86 virtual machines does your organization have on average
per physical machine?

N = 51

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12
14
15
15
17
4
0
5
10
15
20
25
20 or More
15 to Less Than 20
12 to Less Than 15
10 to Less Than 12
8 to Less Than 10
5 to Less Than 8
1 to Less Than 5
Percentage of Respondents
Source: Gartner, Inc., “
Survey
Analysis: 2009 Data Center Conference, x86 Virtualization Savings and Consolidation
Promises Yet to Be
Fulfilled”, Feb 2010

9

Greater Pooling to Deliver Ultimate Efficiency

Inefficient Islands of IT

Efficiently Pooled IT

Org #2

Internal Org #1

Org #3

Org #2

Org #1

Org #3

Utilization ~60%

Utilization ~90%

From….

To….

10

VMworld 2010: New Products & Services Driving IT as a Service

VMware View 4.5

Creates secure,

managed enterprise
desktop model

ThinApp 4.6

Supports

published applications within a
next
-
generation desktop environment

VMware

vFabric

Combines modern application framework
and services to deliver speed, portability,
and more efficient use of infrastructure
resources

VMware
vCloud

Director

Delivers a new model for producing

and
consuming IT services across hybrid
clouds

VMware
vShield

Family

of t
hree products that

tackles

cloud security challenges

VMware vCloud
Request

Manager

Provisioning

with approvals, SW license
tracking, Cloud partitioning

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vSphere 4.1



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12

Enhanced Scalability Defined

vSphere 4

vSphere 4.1

Ratio

VMs per host

320

320

1x

Hosts per cluster

32

32

1x

VMs per cluster

1280

3000

>2x

Hosts per VC


300

1000

>3x

Registered VMs per VC

4500

15000


>
3x

Powered
-
On VMs per VC

3000

10000

>3x

Concurrent VI Clients

30

120

4x

Hosts per DC

100

500

5x

VMs per DC

2500

5000

2x

13

Driving Customers to ESXi with vSphere 4.1





4.1 Enhancements for ESXi



New Deployment Options



Centralized updating of 3
rd

party
code with Update Manager



Improved Local Authentication
for Active Directory



Easier CLI options for
Troubleshooting



Better Control over Local Activity





What Does

This All Mean?



Recommend that all
vSphere 4.1 deployments
use the ESXi hypervisor



vSphere 4.1 is the last
release with the ESX
hypervisor (sometimes
known as “ESX classic”)



Visit
ESXi and ESX Info
Center
for more details


ESXi
-

Establishing the Gold Standard in Hypervisors

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vSphere 4.1


Storage I/O Control

Description

Benefits


Basic
-

Make storage access rights equal between
VMs


Advanced
-

Prioritize use of storage (similar to how
compute is prioritized with vSphere) per VM


Business priorities now define low and high priority
storage resource access


Create the “high speed” or HOV lane for VMs

Set storage quality of

service priorities per

virtual machine


Beta Feedback


I really feel that the Storage I/O

Control is a must have for our

environment and we should move

forward without delay.”


Proof Point

2. Make Your Mission
Critical VMs VIPs

1. All VMs created
equal

Guarantee
service levels
for access to
storage

resources

15

vSphere 4.1


Network I/O Control

Description

Benefits


Basic
-

Make network access rights equal between
flow types


Advanced
-

Prioritized use of network, especially in
10 Gbit environments


Business priorities now define low and high priority
network resource access as needed


Create the “high speed” or HOV lane for VMs


Set network quality of

service priorities per

flow type (iSCSI, NFS,

etc.)


Beta Feedback


The new Network I/O control

feature is very interesting for

consolidating network links with

10Gbit.”


Proof Point

Guarantee
service levels
for access to
network
resources

FT

vMotion

NFS

Distributed Switch

TCP/IP

iSCSI

10 GigE

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vSphere 4.1


Additional New Features

Feature

Name

Description

Benefit

Virtual Serial Port
Concentrator (VSPC)

Connect over the network
via the serial port
concentrator to the serial
port console on any
server. VMware will thus
enable two different ways
to provide this level of
management with this
feature.


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Lower

costs for multi
-
host

management


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rd

party
concentrator integration if
required

vStorage API for Array
Integration

(VAAI)

New protocol interfaces
between VMware and
storage arrays. These
APIs mean leverage of
array
-
based

functionality
for the first time
in areas
such as LUN provisioning
or snapshots.


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Storage

vMotion


Provisioning VMs


Thin Provisioning


VMFS

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vSphere 4.1


vMotion Performance and Scale Enhancements

Description

Benefits


Performance and Scalability


More Live Migrations in Parallel (up to 8 per host
pair)


Elapsed time reduced by >4.5x on 10GbE tests

Adding “Cloud Scale” to

online virtual machine

migration (a VMware key

differentiator)


Beta Feedback


This release product has some nice

benefits in particular increased

vMotion capabilities.”



Proof Point

5x faster with
the 4.1 platform
release

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vSphere 4.1


Memory Compression

Description

Benefits


Optimized use of memory


Safeguard for using memory overcommit feature
with confidence


Performance

A new hierarchy for

VMware’s memory

overcommit technology

(a VMware key

differentiator)


Beta Feedback


Great for memory over
-
subscription.”




Proof Point

1,000x faster
than swap
-
in!

Hypervisor

OS

19

vSphere 4.1


DRS Host Affinity

Description

Set granular policies

that define only certain

virtual machine

Movements


Beta Feedback


Awesome, we can separate VMs

between data centers or blade

enclosures with DRS host affinity

rules”

Proof Point

Mandatory
Compliance
Enforcement for
Virtual
Machines

Benefits


Tune environment according to availability,
performance, and/or licensing requirements


Cloud enablement

VMs A


Servers A Only

VMs B


Servers B Only

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vSphere 4.1


SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for VMware

Description

Benefits


Obtain access to an industry proven Linux OS (SUSE Linux
Enterprise Server) with an extremely broad application
support (more than 5,000 apps)


Reduce the cost of maintaining Linux in vSphere
environments


Obtain technical phone support from VMware for
both
vSphere and SLES (purchased separately)


Increase deployment agility


Simplify purchasing experience


Qualified vSphere
customers with active
VMware
SnS

contracts are
entitled to SUSE Linux
Enterprise Server for
VMware (SLES for
VMware)


SLES for VMware comes
with free subscription to
patches and updates at no
additional cost



SLES for VMware is based
on Novell’s SLES 11 SP1

Leverage the
power of Linux
on vSphere

SLES for
VMware

App

vSphere 4.1

SLES for
VMware

App

SLES for
VMware

App

More details at
www.vmware.com/go/slesforvmware


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View 4.5


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2010: View Feature Overview

User
Experience


Win 7 Support


SmartCard

for
PCoIP


Local Mode


Native Mac Client


Kiosk Mode


Automated USB Redirection


Location Based Printing


Client Localization (German,
Japanese, French,
Simp

Chinese)

Management


Adobe Flex Admin UI


Broker scalable for 10K
vms
/pod


Role Based Delegation


SysPrep

Support


Persistent Disk Management


Tiered Storage Support


Refresh, Recompose,
Rebalance for non
-
persistent


Semi
-
Automatic Pools


Extensibility with
Powershell
,
SCOM and SDKs


Relink

to upgrade app
packages


System Dashboard , User
Diagnostics and
Troubleshooting


ThinApp

Entitlement


Smart Card Revocation

Platform


vSphere+vCenter

4.1


Win 7 Support


FIPS Compliance


vSphere

Thin Provisioning
Support

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Full Windows 7 Support

Windows 7 host support
for View Client

App packaged in Win 7

App Packaged in XP/Vista

Windows 7 guest VM

IE 6 Support

Windows 7
migrations twice as
fast at half the cost

24

Application Entitlement


ThinApp

inventory dashboard


Entitlement by desktop or pool


Full or streamed apps


Monitoring and Error Handling

Simplified
Management

25

User Experience


Native View Client for Mac OS


Local Mode = Offline Mobility


Kiosk Mode


Web Download Portal


SmartCard

Support for
PCoIP

Flexible End User
Access

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ZIMBRA

27

Product Overview

IMAP,
CardDAV
,
CalDAV

MAPI

MS Outlook

Apple Desktop and other
Standard Clients

BES

ActiveSync,
xHTML

Win Mobile

iPhone

Android

BlackBerry

Palm

ActiveSync,
xHTML

Zimbra Desktop

SOAP

Zimbra Web Client

SOAP

Zimbra
Collaboration
Suite

and
Appliance




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Zimbra Technology Choices


Multi
-
tenant and dedicated deployment options


Massive scalability with the lowest TCO


Easily create tiers of user services


Custom integration using Zimlets

Zimbra Collaboration
Suite

Flexibility

Zimbra Appliance
*New*


Dedicated, single tenant


Ideal for organizations up to 1000 employees


Embedded OS for simplified administration


5 min to deploy (private or public cloud)

Simplicity

Zimbra Desktop


Free


Best end user experience for offline access to
Zimbra email, calendar, address book & briefcase


Anywhere/Anytime Access

Perpetual license as low as $25.20/mailbox
1


Subscription license as low as $14/mbx/year
2

Perpetual license $625 per 25 mailboxes
3

Free

Licenses sold in packs of 25, 250, or 2500. Education, Government, non
-
profit and ISPs are discounted. Archiving and discovery i
s a separate SKU. See price book for
specific details.
1
Enterprise customer with 2500
mbxs

of Standard Edition, without discounts. Includes mobile and advantage support
2

Enterprise customer with 2500
mbxs

of Standard Edition, without discounts. Requires purchase of 1 year of
SnS
. Includes Mobile.
3

Requires purchase of 1 year of
SnS
. Includes Mobile.

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Zimbra Customers in 110 Countries

Education

SMB & SME

Large Business

Service
Providers

Government

Australia

Simon Fraser

Realty Services

Chile

Australia

South
Africa

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vShield

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Multiple edge security services in one appliance


Stateful inspection firewall


Network Address Translation (NAT)


Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)


Site to site VPN (IPsec)


Web Load Balancer


Network isolation(edge port group isolation)


Detailed network flow statistics for chargebacks, etc


Policy management through UI or REST APIs


Logging and auditing based on industry standard syslog
format

vShield Edge

Secure the Edge of the Virtual Data Center

Features

Benefits


Lower cost and complexity by eliminating multiple
special purpose appliances


Ensure policy enforcement with network isolation


Simplify management with vCenter integration and
programmable interfaces


Easier scalability with one edge per org/tenant


Rapid provisioning of edge security services


Simplify IT compliance with detailed logging

VMware

vShield Edge

VMware

vShield Edge

VMware

vShield Edge

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vShield App

Application Protection for Network Based Threats

Features


Hypervisor
-
level firewall


Inbound, outbound connection control applied at
vNIC level


Elastic security groups
-

“stretch” as virtual machines
migrate to new hosts


Robust flow monitoring


Policy Management


Simple and business
-
relevant policies


Managed through UI or REST APIs


Logging and auditing based on industry standard
syslog format

Benefits


Increase visibility for inter
-
VM communications


Eliminate dedicated hardware and VLANs for
different security groups


Optimize resource utilization while maintaining strict
security


Simplified compliance with comprehensive logging of
inter VM activity

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vShield Endpoint

Offload Anti
-
virus Processing for Endpoints

Benefits


Improve performance by offloading anti
-
virus functions in
tandem with AV partners


Improve VM performance by eliminating anti
-
virus
storms


Reduce risk by eliminating agents susceptible to attacks
and enforced remediation


Satisfy audit requirements with detailed logging of AV
tasks

Features


Eliminate anti
-
virus agents in each VM; anti
-
virus off
-
loaded to a security VM delivered by AV partners


Enforce remediation using driver in VM


Policy and configuration Management: through UI or
REST APIs


Logging and auditing

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vCloud Director

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0.0 ¢
2.0 ¢
4.0 ¢
6.0 ¢
8.0 ¢
10.0 ¢
12.0 ¢
14.0 ¢
16.0 ¢
18.0 ¢
20.0 ¢
30%
35%
40%
45%
50%
55%
60%
65%
70%
75%
80%
Public Clouds are Setting New Cost Benchmarks

Sources: Amazon, EMC CIG, VMware analysis

Most
enterprise
customers

Amazon EC2
Reserved
Pricing

The Private
Cloud
Imperative

Cost per VM
hour

(
2GB instance)

Utilization

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Gold” vDC

Physical

Group
Resources
into

“Service
Tiers” with
Specific
costs

Resource
Groupings:
Provider vDC

Org Resource
Allocation

Marketing Org

Access Control

vDCs

Catalogs

Provisioning Policies

Finance Org

Access Control

vDCs

Catalogs

Provisioning Policies

Host

Network

SAN

vSphere

Resource Pool

Datastore

Port Group

Project Redwood

Gold

Silver

Building blocks and Resource pools

New Resource Abstractions

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user

Connecting…

11:20 AM

38

39

Monte Carlo vApp

40

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VM created in under 3 minutes;

user experience like iTunes!

11:23 AM

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vCloud Request Manager

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What is
vCloud

Request Manager?


Add sophisticated workflow driven approvals
processes to provisioning requests.

1. Provisioning with Approvals


Automatically track software license usage in the cloud.

2. Software License Tracking


Simplify the creation of “Organizations” and enforce
standardization through “Blueprints”.

3. Policy Based Cloud Partitioning

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Cloud Consumer
(
eg
: QA Engineer): Requests new
vApp

based on template.

Approver

(
eg
: Line Manager): Receives email notification and approves via email.



















Key Value:
Controlled approvals and governance

Capability:
vApp

Provisioning with Approvals

Initiate Request





Approval Workflow


Email Notification

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Asset Manager:

Associates software licenses with
vApp

templates.










Key
Value:

Automatically
track software license usage in the
Cloud.

Capability: Software License Tracking

Licenses Allocated

on
vApp

Creation

Licenses Freed on
vApp

Deletion

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Capability: Policy Based Cloud Partitioning

Cloud Consumer

(
eg
: Project Manager,
QA Manager): Requests new “Cloud”.

Approver

(
eg
:
Line
-
Manager): Receives email notification and approves via email.




Initiate Request Approval Workflow


Email Notification

Key
Value:

Simplify creation and management of Organizations.


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How Does
vCloud

Request Manager Work?

Element
Management

Cloud
Administrator

Cloud
Consumer

Approver(s)



VMware
vCloud

Request
Manager

Private Cloud A

vSphere

Private Cloud B

vSphere

Service Provider

vSphere

Emails

Portal

Blueprints

License
Mgt

Workflow

vCloud
API

VMware
vCloud

Director

VMware
vCloud

Director

Organizations

Catalogs

vDCs

VMware
vCloud

Director

Organizations

Catalogs

vDCs

Organizations

Catalogs

vDCs

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VMware Vision

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VMware Solutions for IT as a Service

VMware
vSphere
: Foundation for Cloud Computing

vCenter

vShield

vCloud

Director

vCloud

Datacenter

vCloud

Express

Spring

vFabric

Services

Hyperic

VMforce

Oher

PaaS

Partners

Google App
Engine

Other cloud
infrastructure
providers

SaaS

Applications

Other
SaaS

Providers

View

Thin App

Zimbra

VMware Enabled

Public Clouds

Independent

Public Clouds

VMware End
-
User Computing

VMware Cloud Application Platform

VMware Cloud Infrastructure and Management

Secure Private Cloud

The New IT Stack for Hybrid Cloud Computing: Secure, Manageable, Open

1.
Provides a
complete
solution

2.
Supports an
evolutionary
approach

3.
Supports a broad
ecosystem
including
multiple cloud
service providers

4.
Provides an open
platform for new
applications

VMware’s

Differentiation

50

Gartner: “VMware is the Clear Market Leader”

“VMware stands alone as a
leader in this Magic Quadrant”


“VMware is clearly ahead in”:


Understanding the market


Product strategy


Business model


Technology innovation, Product capabilities


Sales execution


“VMware Strengths”:


Far
-
reaching virtualization strategy enabling
cloud computing, new application architectures
and broader management


Technology leadership and innovation


High customer
satisfaction


Large installed base (especially Global 2000),
and rapid growth of service providers planning
to use VMware (vCloud)

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The end

Confidential

Thank you
!