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Optimize the business with microsoft datacenter services 2 0

AAP315

Optimize the Business with Microsoft Datacenter Services 2.0

John Morello

Lead Architect

Microsoft Corporation


Agenda
Agenda

  • ‘Private Cloud’ Defined

Datacenter Services

DCS User Experiences

Hydration and Migration

Making it Real



The nist cloud definition framework
The NIST Cloud Definition Framework

Hybrid Clouds

Deployment

Models

Private

Cloud

Community

Cloud

Public

Cloud

Service

Models

Software as a Service (SaaS)

Essential

Characteristics

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

On Demand Self-Service

Massive Scale

Resilient Computing

Broad Network Access

Rapid Elasticity

Homogeneity

Geographic Distribution

Common

Characteristics

Virtualization

Service Orientation

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Resource Pooling

Measured Service

Low Cost Software

Advanced Security


Typical traditional pattern
Typical Traditional Pattern

  • IT receives request

‘the business’

‘IT’

  • Provisioning

  • Request Initiated

  • “Silos” of resources

  • Increased IT costs

  • Oversubscription

  • Deployment and registration of management tools

  • Overprovisioning

  • Ongoing maintenance


Cloud pattern
Cloud Pattern

  • Automated provisioning

‘the business’

‘IT’

  • Pooled resources

  • Self-service

  • Automated management deployment

  • Reduced costs

  • Optimized resource consumption

  • Quota-based allocation

  • Automated maintenance


From virtualization to private cloud
From Virtualization to Private Cloud

Tenant Self-Service and Admin Interfaces

Shared Self-Service and Admin UIs

SaaS Workloads

SaaS and PaaS Workload Leverage IaaS Services

PaaS Workloads

Orchestration Layer

Additional layers required for IaaS

“Fabric Management”

Management Layer

Automation Layer

Virtualization Layer

Hardware Layer

Virtualization provides the foundation

Storage

Network

Compute

Facility



Why a service offering
Why a Service Offering?

Reduced Risk

Ongoing Success

Proven Results

Predefined guidance helps make your engagement more predictable (in terms of length, costs, results)

Offerings include documentation, best practices, guidance, and deployment processes

Developed by the best consultants in Microsoft for each technology area, and validated through pilots and prior engagements


Microsoft services
Microsoft Services

  • We are the enterprise strategy, consulting, and support division of Microsoft

  • We help customers maximize return on their investment in Microsoft products and technologies

  • Enable our partners with shared practice accelerators and training

  • http://microsoft.com/services


What we re not
What We’re Not…

from http://www.despair.com/consulting.html


Datacenter services1
Datacenter Services

Packaged Services

Packaged solution for deploying highly-automated datacenter and cloud services

Deployment Framework

Frameworks for assessing, planning, and deploying datacenter capabilities

Service Delivery Best Practices

Best practices for operating datacenters from Microsoft Cloud Services

Extensible Platform

Solution platform provides capability for extensions and value-added services


Datacenter services2
Datacenter Services

Administrative/Tenant Interfaces

Additional layers required for

“Fabric Management”

Orchestration Layer

Management Layer

Automation Layer

Virtualization Layer

Virtualization provides the foundation

Hardware Layer

Facility

Storage

Network

Compute


Putting it all together
Putting It All Together

Admin / Tenant Interface & CMDB

CMDB controls fabric state; UI used to initiate workflows

DCS Portal

Orchestration Layer

Groups processes and operations in to end to end workflows

Management Layer

Groups automated tasks into processes and operations

Automation Layer

Provides granular and centralized automation of configuration tasks

PowerShell

WS-Management

WMI

Virtualization Layer

Virtualizes Servers, Storage, and Networks into Resource Pools

Enables hardware management and provisioning.

Hardware Layer

Hyper-V Cloud FastTrack Validated Hardware Solutions


Datacenter services packaged solutions
Datacenter ServicesPackaged Solutions


Dcs capabilities
DCS Capabilities

  • DCS enhances product capabilities with automation, integration, and ‘hydration’

  • Enhanced scenarios include:

    • Automated Server Deployment

    • Automated System Center Deployment

    • Automated Virtualization Configuration

    • Automated Patching

    • Chargeback Reporting

    • Scale-up and Scale-down

    • Modular Deployment


Dcs supportability
DCS Supportability

  • DCS builds on public, supported extensibility points in Windows Server and System Center

  • DCS created a repeatable, consistent, and more supportable configuration

  • Not a ‘one-off’ custom deployment with unclear support boundaries or lifecycle

  • Microsoft Services offers support for the entire solution, from the hypervisor up, including the automation and integration components



What does a resource pool look like
What does a Resource Pool look like?

Network

Network 1

Network n

VLAN 1

VLAN n

VLAN 1

VLAN n

Compute

Compute Scale Unit 1

Compute Scale Unit n

Storage

SAN 1

SAN n

CSV LUN 1

CSV LUN 1

CSV LUN n

CSV LUN n

Resource Pool


What does the fabric look like
What does the Fabric Look Like?

Network

Scale Unit

Network Scale Unit

Network

Scale Unit

Network Scale Unit

Compute

Scale Unit

Compute Scale Unit

Compute Scale Unit

Compute Scale Unit

Storage Scale Unit

Storage Scale Unit

Storage Scale Unit

Storage Scale Unit

Resource Pool 1

Resource Pool n

Resource Pool 1

Resource Pool n

Data Center 1

Data Center n

Fabric





















Orchestration and automation example workflow modeling
ORCHESTRATION AND AUTOMATIONExample Workflow Modeling



Datacenter services from microsoft packaged solutions enhanced service templates
Datacenter Services From MicrosoftPackaged Solutions – Enhanced Service Templates

Infrastructure Provisioning

VM infrastructure, networking and storage, SQL databases and configuration using VMM service templates

App Controller

Virtual Machine Manager

Service Provisioning

Sequencing and configuration of workload bits (e.g. SharePoint), credentials, connections, configurations using Services Hydration and MDT


Why hydration
Why Hydration?

  • How many hours of your life have you already spent looking at stuff like this:


Hydration
Hydration

  • A typical enterprise SharePoint install may take 4 hours or more, including all the pre-requisites and updates

  • Hydration provisions workloads in a fraction of the time with minimal or zero effort required

  • No black magic… using the existing automation and extensibility points in the software so it’s repeatable and supportable

  • Great example of the value of Microsoft Services’ experience packaged up in DCS



Getting you there
Getting You There

  • We rarely see VM ‘green fields’

  • Core part of DCS value is making migration easy and efficient

  • DCS builds on the Virtual Machine Migration Toolkit to automate migrations at high scale and low cost

    • Leverages Veeam tools for VMware integration

      • Discovery, backup, V2V

    • Highly automated process, queue and migration en masse

    • Can leverage our Global Delivery teams to further drive down costs for remaining manual tasks


VMMT

System Center

Veeam

VMware

vCenter

Discover, Assess

and Plan

Prepare, Fix and

Safety Net

Copy and

Convert

Veeam Reporter

Or MAP 6.6

Orchestrator:

Orchestration

Veeam Backup and Fix Utilities

VMM:

Migration Engine

VMM V2V

VMware

ESX

Hyper-V




Royal mail
Royal Mail

  • “The Hyper-V project will pay back the original investment in 19 months, and over four years will realize savings of £1.8 million compared to the previous operation”

    • Adrian Steel, Head of Infrastructure ManagementRoyal Mail Group

  • REDUCED COSTS

  • FLEXIBILITY

  • AGILITY

  • EASY TO IMPLEMENT

  • MANAGED CHANGE


Royal mail1
Royal Mail

  • 165,000 employees

  • Every working day RMG processes and delivers more than 70 million items to 28 million addresses

  • Its parcels business—General Logistics Systems and ParcelforceWorldwide—handle 404 million parcels a year

  • Much of IT operation outsourced to CSC

  • Initial wave of ~700 servers converging on to C7000 HP blade enclosures and EVA 4400 storage arrays


Dcs value
DCS Value

  • Reduced Risk

    • Fast Track hardware

    • Proven, supportable IAAS architecture

    • Clear, well refined deployment models and methodologies

  • Ongoing Success

    • Efficient workload provisioning with hydration

    • Empowering partner (CSC) to build and run the solution

  • Proven Results

    • Experienced team of Services experts shoulder to shoulder with Royal Mail colleagues, driving solution architecture, delivery, and support


Results
Results

  • Royal Mail’s private cloud is also the foundation of their hybrid cloud, running SharePoint workloads federated with their Office 365 deployment

  • Microsoft Services helped CSC develop expertise on our stack, both to serve Royal Mail and to enable future CSC opportunities

    • “Working as a team with CSC, Microsoft Services passed on its in-depth experience at every stage. The result is a world class deployment.”


Summary
Summary

  • ‘Private Cloud’ Defined

Datacenter Services

DCS 2.0 User Experiences

Hydration and Migration

Making it Real


Related content
Related Content

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AAP304 Private Cloud Principles, Concepts, and PatternsAAP306 Private Cloud Security Architecture…

MGT330 Private Cloud Service Delivery and Automation…

WSV329 Architecting Private Clouds Using Windows Server 2012AAP201 Hybrid Computing Is the New Net Norm

MGT319 Infrastructure Management: Configure and Deploy

Hands-on Labs

MGT42-HOL …Creating, Deploying, and Managing Service Templates

MGT41-HOL …Virtual Machine Manager Infrastructure Components Management


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