End User Computing Strategy

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End User Computing Strategy

Ofir Zamir, SE Team Leader, VMware


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The New IT Landscape

Existing Apps

New Enterprise Apps

SaaS

Apps

Existing Datacenters

Public Cloud Services

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The New IT Landscape

Existing Apps

New Enterprise Apps

SaaS

Apps

Existing Datacenters

Public Cloud Services

The Challenge for IT:


Weave all this together

into a cohesive,

secure, compliant whole

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Existing Datacenters

Public Cloud Services

Existing Apps

New Enterprise Apps

SaaS

Apps

Three Core Focus Areas

Evolve the Infrastructure

Modernize Application Development

Re
-
think End
-
User Computing

Cloud Infrastructure & Management

Cloud Application Platform

End
-
User Computing

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Existing Datacenters

Public Cloud Services

Existing Apps

New Enterprise Apps

SaaS

Apps

Three Core Focus Areas

Evolve the Infrastructure

Modernize Application Development

Re
-
think End
-
User Computing

Cloud Infrastructure & Management

Cloud Application Platform

End
-
User Computing

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Traditional View of Desktop Computing

vs.

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What the End User Sees

Enterprise Apps

SaaS

Apps

Windows Apps

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What the End User Sees

Enterprise Apps

SaaS

Apps

Windows Apps

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End
-
User Computing = User Centricity

Enterprise Apps

SaaS

Apps

Windows Apps

Secure Access to All Applications

Native from Any Device

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End
-
User Computing Emanates from the Cloud

Enterprise Apps

SaaS

Apps

Windows Apps



Image & Persona Mgmt



Storage Optimization



Application Virtualization



Authentication Services

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Transitioning to End
-
User Computing

MODERNIZE

THE
DESKTOP

Optimize the Traditional Windows Environment

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Data

Apps

OS


Data

OS

Desktop Apps

Modernize, Optimize and Secure the Desktop

Private Cloud

Data

Desktop Apps

OS

VMware

VMware View 4.5 and
ThinApp

4.6

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OS

Desktop Apps

Modernize, Optimize and Secure the Desktop

OS

Data

Apps

OS

Data

Apps

OS

Data

Apps

Local Mode

VMware View 4.5 and
ThinApp

4.6

Data

Private Cloud

VMware

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4.5 View Priorities


Scalability and
Management



Mobile Users

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Increased Scalability, Simplified Administration


Scalable & Robust Management Interface


Simplifies Virtual Desktop Administration


Role Based Administration


Support
vSphere

and
vCenter

4.1


Broker
scalability up to 10,000 VM pods


Tiered Storage Support

View 4.5 is THE Easiest
and Most Powerful

VDI
Solution on the
Market Today

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View
Manager


View Client with Local Mode (BYOPC)



Check out Virtual Desktop from Data Center



Take it on the road while kept in Synch


Mobile Users, Knowledge Workers, Contractors

View 4.5


Now for Mobile Users Too

Native Mac Client

View 4.5 is the

first
integrated
online and
offline solution

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$250 Per
-
Seat Datacenter Infrastructure Cost

$200

$1200

$1000

$800

$600

$400

Average Corporate PC

Time

2010

Hardware acquisition
cost per user

Datacenter
Infrastructure
Cost

sub
-
$
500

$250

The View 4.5

new
Architecture Delivers
sub
$500 Virtual
Desktop

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Breaking the Acquisition Cost Barrier with Partners

HP Reference Architecture for
VMware View, Reference
Architecture Brief



Sub $40 Enterprise Storage for
View


Largest Windows 7 Migration
Practice


60% increase in desktop
performance


Dell Virtual Remote Desktop
Featuring VMware View,
Reference Architecture Brief

Solution Cost


Sub $40 Enterprise Storage for
View


50.000 seat View Deployment
Architecture

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View 4.0 Momentum

10,000+ View Customers/Millions of Desktops

270% Growth in Net New Customers Y/Y

86% Growth in Number of Deals

2,500+ Partners Selling View

500+ Desktop Competency Partners

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Customer

Number

of Seats

Canadian Federal Government

2,000

Ontario

Montclair School District

1,600

Frontier

Communications

1,300

Norton Healthcare

1,200

Brown Shoe

1,000

Standard Bank

700

University of Toledo

700

Seattle University

600

Johns Hopkins Hospital

500

New Brunswick Power

500

Kindred Healthcare

500

Air Canada

400

Real World Deployments












The Bank of Tokyo
-
Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.

3000 seats

“We are working with VMware to migrate

our traditional desktop users to a new,

modern model using VMware View 4.5.”

Mr. Satoshi Murabayashi

General Manager and Executive Officer, System Division

The Bank of Tokyo
-
Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd
.

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2010

VMware vCloud Datacenter

San Francisco, CA

Ashburn, VA

Miami, FL

Internet

VPN

VPN

VPN

View 4.5 in Action at VMworld 2010

60,000


70,000 desktops being provisioned

480 concurrent VMs in the hybrid cloud (Miami,
Ashburn, VA and San Francisco)

PCoIP bandwidth consumption: 150K/session with
130 ms latency

Type of Desktop: Knowledge Worker, Dual Monitor,
Kiosk Mode

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2010 Releases: Zimbra

Innovative


Cross platform online, offline and mobile access


Zimbra

Briefcase for enterprise data storage and sharing

Open


seamless and secure access to corporate & personal
application


Zimlets

for rapid application integration

Simplify


Application portability across public and private clouds


Zimbra

Appliance
-

install to inbox in 10 minutes




Over
150,000 Organizations


60 Million Paid Mailboxes


110 Countries


Open Source Community


1+ Million Server Downloads


3+ Million Client Downloads


33K+ community members

Customer Momentum

Zimbra
: Cloud UI, Cloud
Scale, Install to Inbox in
10 Minutes

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Transitioning to End
-
User Computing

FOCUS ON THE

END USER

Cloud Computing Experience

for All Applications

UNIFY APPLICATION

MANAGEMENT

Bridge Traditional, and Published Apps

with
SaaS

and Mobile Applications

MODERNIZE

THE
DESKTOP

Optimize the Traditional Windows Environment

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I don’t care about the IT details… I am a user

Use Any (Cool) Device

Always On and Fast

Application Store

Immediate Gratification

Pay per Value

Self
-
Service

Ubiquitous Access

Pay by consumption

Service Catalog

Service Level Agreement

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Directory Federation

AD

Policy Management

Access Security

Policy Based User Provisioning and Management

OS

Data

Apps

OS

Data

Apps

OS

Data

Apps

Public Cloud

OS

Data

Apps

AD

SaaS

Apps

Data

VMware


AD

OS

Desktop Apps




Data

Published Apps

Private Cloud

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Roadmap: Project Horizon


User Experience


Single sign on


Self Service


Cross Platform
Support


Scalable VoIP Support


Offline Mac


Cloud Ready Identity


Legacy,
SaaS
, Published
apps

under unified management


Extend enterprise policy to the cloud


Secure identity management across hybrid cloud


ThinApp

Factory


Automated packaging and updating of native
applications




Industry First: Unified user
management of legacy
and cloud applications

Project Horizon: Policy
-
based Delivery of
Diverse Apps and Data

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Admin Console

Data

VDI

Desktop Apps

User Centric Computing

Public Cloud

New Apps

New Apps

Private Cloud

SaaS

Apps

Published Apps

VMware

VDI

Data

Cross
-
Platform Portal

Mobility and Offline

End User Workspace

Enterprise and Saas
App Store


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The VMware Difference

Windows

(Azure)

Windows
Mobile

Internet
Explorer

Windows

Tablet (?)

Windows

Apps

iPhone

MacOS

iPad

App Store

Safari

Google Cloud

Android

Chrome

Google Apps

Android

VMware End User
Computing

Heterogeneity is our
DNA

We have the fundamental cloud building
blocks

Choice: Run in the Enterprise or

on a
vCloud

Provider

We

have the key end user assets required:

Virtualization, Application Virtualization,

End User Data management and Collaboration

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VMware End User Computing Benefits


Secure policy driven service
delivery across clouds


CAPEX + OPEX control


Security & Compliance


Simplified, automated user
management

IT Control


Next generation
collaborative workspace


Context aware experience


Device and platform
independence


Flexible access data and
apps anywhere, anytime

End User Freedom

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