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Address Your IT Challenges
With Virtualization Solutions From VMware
August 2013
© 2010 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
Agenda
Customer Challenges
VMware Solutions To IT Challenges
Next Steps
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What’s Top of Mind?
Business Priorities
Keeping their business up and running, securely
Balance IT supply (resources and skills) with IT demand
Increase agility to quickly respond to new business requirements
Virtualization
3 out of 4 planning
virtualization projects
Disaster
Recovery
43% never re-open after disasters
and 29% close within 2 years
Cyber Attacks
12 targeted attacks
detected daily
BYOD
85% surveyed stating employees
use personal devices for work.
Mobility
1.1 billion cell phones and
300 million tablets shipped by 2015.
Cloud
~60% have or plan to adopt
cloud in the next year.
Source: Market Analysts and Industry Research
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A Balancing Act: Objectives and Resources
Business Demands
IT Resources
•Customer Satisfaction
•CapEx & OpEx
•Revenue
•Human & Capital Resources
•Cash flow
•Standard Processes
Simplify IT
Do More with Less
Invest in Solutions that Matter and Deliver Results
4
Traditional IT Environment
Client
Endpoints
Management
Devices
OS / Apps / Data
On-Premise
Off-Premise
End Users
Public
Infrastructure
and Services
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Challenges of Traditional Computing Environments
1:1 ratio of server/OS/application
•Low resource utilization across IT environment
•Server sprawl = Increasing cost and complexity
•Difficult to scale applications to keep up with demands
Keeping applications available, optimized
•
Silos of applications = silos of solutions for protection
•
A comprehensive BCDR solution can be multi tiered and complex
•
Lack of comprehensive visibility across the IT infrastructure
Cost and complexity restricts the solution
•Some applications are left unprotected
•No easy way to test = unpredictable results in the event of an outage
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Top Technology Priorities
Q. Which of the following initiatives are likely to be your IT
organization top technology priorities over the next 12 months?
Top IT Priorities
•BC/DR
•Security
•Consolidation
•Virtualization and
automation
Source: Forrsights Budgets And Priorities Tracker Survey, Q2 2012
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% critical or
high priority
VMware Virtualization Delivers Business Value
With vCenter Operations Management and
vSphere , TUI InfoTec was able to identify root
causes of IT issues, saving 70% on hardware
investments and reducing time to indentify
problems by 50%.
Within two years, Ducati infrastructure went from
zero-to-98% virtualized, all with no down time
and supporting a 3x increase in production.
With VMware virtualization, Myron Steves can
switch their business over to their backup
datacenter anytime and be up and running
within a few hours instead of days. And they
eliminated $400,000 service cost paid to a thirdparty disaster recovery service
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Challenges of Traditional Computing Environments
1:1 ratio of server/OS/application
•Low resource utilization across IT environment
•Server sprawl = Increasing cost and complexity
•Difficult to scale applications to keep up with demands
Keeping applications available, optimized
•
Silos of applications = silos of solutions for protection
•
A comprehensive BCDR solution can be multi tiered and complex
•
Lack of comprehensive visibility across the IT infrastructure
Cost and complexity restricts the solution
•Some applications are left unprotected
•No easy way to test = unpredictable results in the event of an outage
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Challenge - 1:1 Ratio of Server/OS/Applications
• Low resource utilization across IT
environment
• Server sprawl = Increasing cost and
complexity
• Difficult to scale applications to
keep up with demands
Solution: Virtualize with VMware
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Inherent Characteristics of Virtual Machines
Simple Application Protection
• Entire system – including application, OS,
and data – is stored as virtual machine files
• Simplify availability and data protection for
applications and virtual machines
Encapsulation
Cost-Efficient Infrastructure
Consolidation
vSphere
• Improve hardware utilization and reduce footprint
• Reduced hardware requirements at recovery site
• Use recovery hardware to run low-priority apps
Flexible Infrastructure
Hardware
Independence
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vSphere
vSphere
• Leverage a pool of servers to avoid failures
• Eliminate need for identical hardware across
sites
• Enable waterfalling of equipment to recovery site
vSphere with Operations Management
Proven virtualization platform
•Improve resource utilization and availability for
your applications
Capacity planning
•Know how many days before capacity runs out so
IT can continue to be responsive
Optimize efficiency
vSphere vCenter Server
•Know on which virtual machines might be
overprovisioned
Improve performance
•Faster root cause identification of emerging
issues
Virtualize Smarter with Insight to Workload Capacity and Health
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vSphere Overview
Capabilities
• Server consolidation
• Integrated backup and recovery
• Automatic failure detection and restart of
services
• Move running VMs between hosts
• Replication of VMs across the LAN or WAN
Benefits
Before
Virtualization
After
Virtualization
• Reduce CapEx, improve resource utilization,
reduce IT management complexity
• Simplify backup and recovery infrastructure and
processes
• Improve SLAs for virtualized applications
• Enable maintenance with zero downtime
• Simplify disaster recovery
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Operations Management
Immediate
Problems
Future
Problems
Opportunities
to Optimize
Capabilities
• Single pane of glass for capacity and
performance management
• Identify immediate problems across the
virtualized environment
• Resource utilization recommendations
• Insight into future capacity requirements
Benefits
• Increase IT efficiency and reduce OpEx
• Improve resource utilization and reduce
CapEx
• Minimize downtime for critical
applications
• Proactively plan for future capacity
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Operations Management = SAVINGS+EFFICIENCY!
vCenter Operations amplifies
vSphere value
IT Cost Savings
+50%
Improve infrastructure and
application availability
•Reduce application downtime by 36%
•Reduce problem diagnostics and resolution
time by 26%
Reduce Cost
+28%
•Double IT savings of vSphere
Without
VMware
With
vSphere
With vSphere
& VC Ops
Improve Utilization
•Improve capacity utilization by 40%
•Improve consolidation ratios by 37%
Management Insights Customer Survey, September 2012
"VMware vCenter Operations Management gives us better visibility and allows
us to achieve higher service levels of our business-critical applications.“
-- Matthew Cunningham, SVP of IT, CareCore
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vSphere with Operations Management delivers tangible ROI
Reduce
diagnostics &
problem
resolution time
Increase
capacity
utilization
Increase
consolidation
ratios
Increase
hardware
savings
Sept 2012 Management Insights Study
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Scale Without Disruption
Hot Add
•Add resources without disruption or downtime
•
Add CPU and memory to running VMs
•
Add/remove HBAs and NICs from VMs
APP
OS
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64 GBGB
255
4 CPUs
Dynamically Align Resources With Business Demands
Dynamically Allocate And
Balance VMs To Guarantee
Optimal Access To Resources
•Align resources to meet business goals
Resource Pool
•Increase system administrator
productivity
•Automate hardware maintenance
•Minimizes power consumption while
guaranteeing service levels (DPM)
Distributed
Resource Scheduler
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Challenge – Keeping Applications Available and Optimized
• Silos of applications = silos of
solutions for protection
• A comprehensive BCDR solution
can be multi tiered and complex
• Lack of comprehensive visibility
across the IT infrastructure
Solution: Integrated BCDR & Operations Management
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Operations Management
Immediate
Problems
Future
Problems
Opportunities
to Optimize
Capabilities
• Single pane of glass for capacity and
performance management
• Identify immediate problems across the
virtualized environment
• Resource utilization recommendations
• Insight into future capacity
requirements
Benefits
• Increase IT efficiency and reduce OpEx
• Improve resource utilization and reduce
CapEx
• Minimize downtime for critical
applications
• Proactively plan for future capacity
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VMware Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Solutions
 Shared pools of resources
 Self-protecting
 Self-optimizing
 Automated
 Fault tolerant
 Desktop or Server Workloads
Local Site
vSphere
vSphere
vSphere
vSphere
vSphere
Local Availability
Disaster Recovery
vSphere High Availability, Application High Availability
and Fault Tolerance
VMware DRS and DPM
vSphere vMotion and Storage vMotion
vSphere Replication
vCenter Site Recovery Manager (SRM)
DR To The Cloud based on SRM
Data Protection
vSphere Data Protection
vSphere Data Protection Advanced
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Offsite Failover
Integrated Backup and Recovery
VDP
Simplify Backup And Recovery
With Integrated Data Protection
• Backup and recovery tightly
integrated with vSphere
VMware vSphere
• Based on EMC Avamar
technology
• Simple setup and management
through vCenter
Data deduplicated
And stored on VDP
appliance
• Highly efficient global
deduplication across all VMs
• Speedy recovery of VMs
vSphere Data Protection
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vSphere Data Protection Advanced
adds enhanced scalability and
application integration
Protection Against Failures
vSphere High Availability (HA)
vSphere
vSphere
•
Detect server failures and provide rapid
recovery by automatically restarting VMs
on available severs
•
Protect applications from operating
system failures by automatically
restarting VMs when an operating
system failure is detected.
vSphere
vSphere High Availability
vSphere Fault Tolerance (FT)
No Reboot
Seamless Cutover
vSphere
vSphere
Single identical VMs running in lockstep
on separate hosts
•
Guarantee application availability and
zero data loss even when a server fails
•
No complex clustering or specialized
hardware required
vSphere
vSphere Fault Tolerance
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•
Protection From Application and OS Failures
VMware HA
Detect and recover from
application or OS failure
App
Restart
3
2
APP
OS
APP
1
OS
vSphere
• Tier 1 application protection at scale
• Supports most common packaged
applications (Exchange, SQL,
Oracle, SharePoint, etc.)
• Simpler management from vCenter
Server
• Lower TCO than traditional
application specific cluster
availability solutions
vSphere High Availability
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Eliminate Planned Downtime
vSphere vMotion
•
Migrate VMs between vSphere hosts without
application downtime
•
Move VMs out of failing or underperforming
servers without downtime
•
Perform hardware maintenance without
scheduling downtime or disrupting business
operations
vSphere vMotion
vSphere Storage vMotion
vSphere
vSphere Storage vMotion
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•
Perform live migration of VM disk file across
heterogeneous storage array with complete
transaction integrity and application availability
•
Eliminate application downtime for storage
maintenance
•
Simplify array refresh/retirement, improve array
performance and capacity balancing
vMotion without Shared Storage
Live Migration Without Shared
Storage
•
Live migration of a virtual machine
without the need for shared storage
•
Extends VMware’s revolutionary
technology for automated virtual
machine movement
• Zero downtime migration
• No dependency on shared storage
• Lower operating cost
• Helps meet service level and
vSphere vMotion
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performance SLAs
Simplify Anti-Virus Administration
Centralized and Simplified
Protection
• Secure your VMs with offloaded antivirus and anti-malware (AV) solutions
without the need of agents
• Higher consolidation ratios by
preventing the possibility of AV storms
• Improved performance
vShield Endpoint
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Challenge - Cost and Complexity Restricts Solutions
• Some applications are left
unprotected
• No easy way to test = unpredictable
results in the event of an outage
Solution: Simplified & Automated DR
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Go From Complex To Simple – Virtualization Can Help
From Complex Runbooks…
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•
Weeks or months to set up
•
Error-prone configurations
•
Quickly falls out of sync with app
and infrastructure changes
…to Simple Recovery Plans

•
Recovery plan set up in minutes
•
Fewer steps = less room for errors
•
Stays in sync with changes to
apps and infrastructure
Five Simple Steps To Create Recovery And Migration Plans
Create Recovery Plans
in 5 Steps…
Step 1
Map production site resources to recovery site
• Resource pools
• vSwitches
• VM folders
Step 2
Select virtual machine protection groups
to include in recovery
Step 3
Select low-priority VMs to suspend at
recovery site
Step 4
Reconfigure individual hosts
Recover entire systems including OS
and application binaries
Coordinate storage and replication processes
for recovery
• Stop replication and make replicated
LUNs writable
• Present data to applications
• Present VMs to vSphere
Specify boot sequence of recovered VMs
Reconfigure physical switching
infrastructure
Customize IP addresses of recovered VMs
Step 5
Optional
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…And Eliminate Manual Steps of
Traditional Recovery
Add messages and custom scripts
Virtual Machine Replication for Disaster Recovery
Site A (Primary)
Simplify Disaster Recovery
vSphere
•Virtual machine level replication by the
vSphere host
vSphere
Replication
Site B (Recovery)
•Included with vSphere Essentials+ and
above
•Low cost, efficient replication option
•Simple setup from within vCenter
Server
vSphere
•Integration with SRM enables
automated DR process
vSphere Replication
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Automated Disaster Recovery and Site Migration
Overview
•Site to site replication built into vSphere
Site A (Primary)
VMware
vCenter Server
Site Recovery
Manager
VMware vSphere
Site B (Recovery)
VMware
vCenter Server
Site Recovery
Manager
VMware vSphere
•Replace manual runbooks with
centralized recovery plans
•Broad support for storage-based
replication
Benefits
Servers
Servers
vCenter Site Recovery
Manager
•Cost efficient replication solution
•Automate and simplify failover and
migration processes
•New plan setup reduced from weeks to
minutes
•Enable frequent non-disruptive testing
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Cloud Based Site Recovery
Overview
Public Cloud –
Shared Recovery Site
Protected Site
Site
Recovery
Manager 5
vCenter 5
vSphere 5
Site
Recovery
Manager 5
vSphere
Replication
vSphere 5
• Leverage cloud based services for DR
requirements
• Support from leading service providers
• Storage agnostic solution
Benefits
• Cost effective solution leveraging a
solution provider’s shared resources
DR to the Cloud
DR to the Cloud Services Partners
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•
FusionStorm
•
SunGard
•
Hosting.com
•
Terremark
•
IIJ (Japan)
•
VeriStor
•
Iland
• Achieve your disaster recovery goals
through a simplified and automated
solutions
• Enable non-disruptive testing
VMware Solutions Address IT Challenges
Challenge - 1:1 ratio of server/OS/application
Solution - Virtualize with VMware
Challenge - Keeping applications available, optimized
Solution - Integrated BCDR & Operations Management
Challenge - Cost and complexity restricts the solution
Solution - Simplified & Automated DR
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Next Steps
VMware solutions for SMB & Commercial Customers
http://www.vmware.com/go/smb
Free 60 Day Evaluation
http://www.vmware.com/go/EvaluatevSphere
Keep up with the latest VMware SMB & Commercial
activity
http://blogs.vmware.com/smb
Follow VMware SMB & Commercial on Twitter
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Thank you
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vSphere with Operations Management
Policy-based datacenter
automation
Enterprise
Plus
Powerful & efficient resource
management
Enterprise
Standard
Monitoring, performance, and
capacity management
vCenter
Operations
Management
Suite Standard
vCenter
Operations
Management
Suite Standard
vCenter
Operations
Management
Suite Standard
Scalable Server
Consolidation &
No Planned
Downtime
Powerful &
Efficient
Resource
Management
Policy Based
Datacenter
Automation
Scalable server consolidation
& no planned downtime
Server consolidation and
business continuity
Essentials
Plus
vCenter Operations
Management Suite
Foundation
Server
Consolidation
And Business
Continuity
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vSphere Options
vSphere Essentials
Plus Kit
vSphere with
Operations
Management Standard
vSphere with
Operations
Management
Enterprise
vSphere with Operations
Management Enterprise
Plus
Server Consolidation and
Business Continuity
Scalable Server Consolidation
& No Planned Downtime
Powerful & efficient
resource management
Policy based datacenter
automation
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited
8-way
8-way
32-way
64-way
Essentials Plus
Standard
Enterprise
Enterprise Plus
Foundation
Standard
Standard
Standard
●
●
●
●
Capacity Management and Optimization
●
●
●
Operations Dashboard and Root Cause Analysis
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
HA only
●
●
●
vSphere Replication
●
●
●
●
Data Protection
●
●
Advanced
Advanced
vShield Endpoint
●
●
●
●
Distributed Resource Scheduler and Distributed
Power Management
●
●
Storage APIs for Array Integration, Multipathing
●
●
Entitlements (VM / Core / vRAM)
vCPU / VM
Features
vSphere
vCenter Operations Management Suite
Health Monitoring and Performance Analytics
vMotion
●
Storage vMotion
High Availability and Fault Tolerance (1 vCPU)
Application High Availability
●
Distributed Switch
●
Storage DRS and Profile-Driven Storage
●
I/O Controls (Network and Storage) and SR-IOV
●
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Note: This is a partial listing of available features. Please see vmware.com
for the complete list.
vSphere Data Protection Options
VDP
VDP Advanced
Scalability Limits
Max Deduplicated Storage per appliance
2TB
8TB
Supported VMs per appliance
100
400
Appliances per vCenter Server
10
10
Agent-less
+
+
Variable-length deduplication
+
+
CBT for backup and restore
+
+
vSphere Web Client management
+
+
Self-service backup and recovery
+
+
Full VM and File-level recovery
+
+
Integrity check and rollback mechanism
+
+
Features
Dynamic storage provisioning
+
Exchange and SQL Server agents
+
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Site Recovery Manager Options
SRM Standard
SRM Enterprise
Scalability Limits
Maximum protected VMs
75 virtual machines
(1)
Unlimited(2)
Features
Support for storage-based replication
+
+
Centralized recovery plans
+
+
Non-disruptive testing
+
+
Automated DR failover
+
+
Automated failback (also with vSphere Replication)
+
+
Planned migration
+
+
Support for vSphere Replication
+
+
1.
2.
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Maximum of 75 VMs per site and per SRM instance
Subject to the product’s technical scalability limits
Simplifying IT Delivers Business Value
“By deploying VMware solutions, Dongbu Corporation
expects to reduce TCO in the server virtualization by
20% and desktop virtualization by 13% each. We also
anticipate improving performance efficiency and removing
the complexity of management through VMware’s
virtualization technology across all IT areas”
Kang Hee Lee
GM, Management Innovation Team
“Deploying VMware enabled us to provide robust,
resilient hosting services to our customers and help
them ensure business continuity following the
devastating earthquakes of late 2010 and early 2011.”
Adrian Grant
Managing Director
“VMware has enabled us to achieve high availability for
our operational servers such as SQL and web servers,
and also allowed us to provision test environments at
short notice.”
Dr Eric Cheung
Director/School of Electronics and Info-Communications
Technology/ITE College West
“When implementing new virtual desktop terminals, we
placed utmost importance on the ease of use and vendor
reliability. VMware not only offers clear roadmaps and
reasonable licensing systems, we also regard them as a
business partner with whom we want to be associated
with, from both the corporate and engineering aspects.”
Mr. Mizuhiko Tokunaga
Senior Manager of Systems Division
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Simplifying IT Delivers Business Value
“When we selected VMware server virtualization
software, there was no sensible, robust alternative.
Today, we are satisfied with that decision, and we
would not replace the product with a competitive
solution.”
Maciej Paczesny
CIO, Polish Medical Air Rescue
“Thanks to VMware, the IT department now spends about
80% of its time on the innovative, strategic projects that
help make a real difference to the Council, and 20% on
the standard ‘keeping the lights on’ activity, a complete
reversal of where we were on our old infrastructure.”
Roger Bearpark
Assistant Director for IT
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“Our top class IT infrastructure, which combines VMware
server virtualization with a virtual desktop infrastructure,
has not only realised substantial cost savings, it has
also considerably reduced our carbon footprint and
improved the way we offer and maintain services to our
students and staff.”
George Wraith
Head of Systems
“Virtualization enabled us to minimize the costs on
purchasing 30 new servers and to save more than
6 billion rubles only on equipment.”
Evgeniy Turchak
Deputy Director of Information Management Systems
Gazprom komplektatsiya LLC
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