vCloud Director

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VMware Technical March 2011
Alan Baird – Pre Sales
Rogan Mallon – Pre Sales
Otto Justinek – Pre Sales
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Agenda
The Journey to Your Cloud – 30 minutes
• vCloud Director Demonstration
Application Discovery Manager
vcOperations (formally known as Integrien)
Networking and Drinks
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The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in
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The Journey to Your Cloud
Stage
IT Production
Business Production
IT as a Service
Sponsorship
IT
IT / LOB
CIO
Cost Efficiency
Quality of Service
Business
Focus
CAPEX
OPEX
 Server & infrastructure
consolidation
Technology
Focus
Cloud
Readiness
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CAPEX
OPEX
Availability
Responsiveness
 IT Operations
 Application Lifecycle
Efficiency
 Service levels
 Desktop
Business Agility
CAPEX
OPEX
Availability
Responsiveness
Compliance
Time-to-market
 Service catalog and selfservice IT
 Policy-driven automation
 Increased IT innovation
Private Cloud
The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in
making a purchasing decision. It is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract.
Copyright © 2009 VMware Inc. All rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary.
Flexible Cloud Deployment Models = Your Cloud
Cloud Computing
is a way of doing
computing
Enterprises
Private Cloud
Operated solely for an
organization, typically
within the firewall
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Bridging
Hybrid Cloud
Composition of 2 or more
interoperable clouds,
enabling data and
application portability
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Cloud Service
Providers
Public Cloud
Accessible over the
Internet for general
consumption
Cloud Computing Has Many Definitions – This is VMware’s
Cloud Computing is an approach to computing that leverages the efficient pooling
of on-demand, self-managed virtual infrastructure, consumed as a service.
Efficiency thru Utilization
and Automation
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Agility with Control
Freedom of Choice
Pooling
From machines to highly
elastic resource pools, with ondemand capacity
Self-Service
Easy access with policybased provisioning and
deployment
Open and Interoperable
Application mobility between
clouds, based on open
standards
Zero-Touch Infrastructure
Policy-driven automation of
provisioning, deployment and
management
Control
Application-aware
infrastructure with built-in
availability, scalability, security
and performance guarantees
Leverage Existing
Investments
Benefits of cloud computing to
existing applications and
datacenters
To make this possible, cloud requires new resource abstractions
VMware vCloud Director
Organization: Marketing
Users & Policies
Organization VDCs
Organization: Finance
Catalogs
Users & Policies
Organization VDCs
(Bronze)
(Silver)
(Gold)
Provider Virtual Datacenters
VMware vCenter Server
Resource Pools
Datastores
Port Groups
VMware vSphere
Secure Private Cloud
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Catalogs
vApp: Standard Application Package
• An uplifting of a virtualized
workload
• VM = Virtualized Hardware Box
• App = Virtualized Software
Solution
Availability =
99.99%
• Properties:
Security = High
App
App
App
Performance = 500
msec
OS
OS
OS
vApp
SLA Definitions
• Comprised of one or more VMs
(may be multi-tier applications)
• Encapsulates resource
requirements on the deployment
environment
• Distributed in industry standard
Open Virtualization Format
(OVF)
• Built by:
VMware Infrastructure  Virtual Datacenter OS
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• ISVs / Virtual Appliance Vendors
• IT administrators
• SI/VARs`
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making a purchasing decision. It is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract.
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Request Manager
Self Service Provisioning with Approvals
Key Value: Simplify and automate the creation of new services.
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Chargeback Integration with vCloud & 3rd Party Billing
Leverage integrated solutions for on-demand,
pay-as-you-go infrastructure
Fixed Cost per VM
Real Estate = $20
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Monitor and charge for vCloud
resources
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Deliver targeted multi-tenant reports
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Integrate with 3rd-party billing
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Integrated solution supports vCloud
constructs and resource models
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Allocation Pool – “Bill for the
container”: Service Provider / IT
controls overcommit
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Reservation Pool – “Bill For the
Container-Plus”: End User controls
overcommit
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Pay-Per-vApp – Purchase VMs of
DR Site
specified sizes for a certain amount
per month
HA Enabled = $10
Software = $200
Power = $3
Custom Fixed Costs
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Metering Element
Multiple Rate
CPU – GHz Used
1.5
Memory – GB Used
1.8
Disk – GB Used
2.0
Disk I/O – GB used
1.4
Network I/O – GB used
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The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in
making a purchasing decision. It is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract.
Copyright © 2009 VMware Inc. All rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary.
Users deploy standard services from central catalogs
 Direct access to catalogs
through self-service portal
Linux Templates
Windows Templates
 Catalogs contain templates,
Basic Media
Catalog
Weblogic vApps
Oracle vApps
Premium
Media Catalog
vApps, and Media
 Catalogs can be customized by
organization
• Users can be given permission to
create organization-wide catalogs
• Organizations can be given
permission to create datacenterwide catalogs
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vCloud Component: vShield Edge
Objective
• Provide network security within organizations for isolated network topologies
• Organization networks and vApp networks
Features
• vShield Edge appliances deployed by VMware vCloud Director on vSphere
• “Routed” networks have security services
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Firewall services
vApp Network
NAT services
DHCP
Organization Network
Port forwarding
Organization Network
IP masquerading
External Network
VMware vCloud Director
vShield Edge
VMware vSphere
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Networking
Network
• A Layer 2 segment, plus gateway, netmask, and IP
range, named and associated to a container
vCloud
Organization
vDC 1
vApp
Net1
Net2
vDC 2
vApp
“WSnet”
(fenced)
“WSnet”
“Private”
“Public”
“Gray Net”
“Red Net”
Portgroups mapped into
installation
VLAN 1
Provider Network
• Statically configured, often connected to external
resources (e.g. “Internet”)
• Provider networks can be shared between multiple
organizations with soft restrictions set on IP address
usage
Network Pool:
• Collection of “generic” networks for use internal to
an organization
• Network Pools provide capacity for vApp networks
and Org networks.
Network Device
• Virtual appliance that isolates networks with router,
NAT, and firewall functionality
• Implemented with vShield EDGE
• Managed by vCloud
VLAN 2
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The information on the roadmap is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in
making a purchasing decision. It is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract.
Copyright © 2009 VMware Inc. All rights reserved. Confidential and proprietary.
Users given direct, on-demand access to infrastructure services
 Three ways to connect
• Direct access through web-based
user portals
• Integrate into IT workflows and
request processes
• Programmatic access through
vCloud API
 Delegated controls
• Basic VM operations, including
provisioning and deprovisioning
• Move vApp to new VDC
• Customize the guest OS
• Adjust resource guarantees
 Yet, IT never loses control
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vCC connects vSpheres & vClouds
vSphere
Private/Public vCloud
(not managed by vCloud Director)
vSphere Client
Copy VMs/vApps/ templates
from vSphere to
private/public vCloud
vSphere
See private/public
vCloud resources
inside vSphere
Client
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vCloud
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Marketing vApp
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QA template
vApps
CustomerSurvey vApp
Marketing vApp
vCloud
Catalog
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CustomerSurvey vApp
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Marketing
MarketingvApp
vApp
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QA template
Perform basic operation on
vCloud resources such as
power ops & console
access
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The Secure Private Cloud and Key Products
Cloud Consumer
VMware vCloud Request Manager
• New datacenter “consumption units” –
VMware vCenter ChargebackChargeback
virtual datacenters (VDC)
Infrastructure Catalogues
Self Service Portals
• The new IT supply chain:
VMware
vCloudn DirectorVirtual Datacenter n
Virtual Datacenter
(Silver)
(Silver)
(including vShield for vCloud Director)
Virtual Datacenter 1
(Gold)
standardized catalogue based
service delivery
• Self-service user access with
metering, monitoring, and
chargeback
VMware vShield Security Products
VMware vCenter Management Products
vSphere
vSphere
vSphere
vSphere
• Converged datacenter: Migrate
network, storage and security functions
into virtual appliances
• Better than physical Application
QoS: availability and security
VMware vSphere
• Highly automated, policy-based
management
Cloud Provider
• Hybrid cloud infrastructure
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