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VIR312. Compete to Win | Part II: Comparing Private Cloud Capabilities. Matt McSpirit | MCSE | MCITP | VCP Senior Product Marketing Manager Microsoft Corporation @mattmcspirit. Compete to Win | The Series. Compete to Win. I - Core Virtualization. II - Private Cloud. On Demand.

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compete to win part ii comparing private cloud capabilities

VIR312

Compete to Win | Part II: Comparing Private Cloud Capabilities

Matt McSpirit | MCSE | MCITP | VCP

Senior Product Marketing Manager

Microsoft Corporation

@mattmcspirit

compete to win the series
Compete to Win | The Series

Compete to Win

I - Core Virtualization

II - Private Cloud

On Demand

Private Cloud Choices

Private Cloud Comparisons

private cloud attributes
Private Cloud Attributes

Pooled Resources

Self-Service

Elastic

Usage Based

Plus withPrivate Cloud…

Control

Customizable

It’s cloud, dedicated to you

product view
Product View

Self-Service

vCloud Director

App Controller

Service Mgmt.

VMware Service Manager

Service Manager

Protection

Data Recovery 2.0

Data Protection Manager

Automation

vCenter Orchestrator

Orchestrator

Monitoring

vCenter Ops Mgmt. Suite

vFabric App Perf Mgr, vFabric Hyperic

Operations Manager

VM Management

vCentervFabric Application Director

Virtual Machine Manager

Hypervisor

vSphere Hypervisor

Hyper-V

licensing view
Licensing View

Self-Service

vCloud Director

System Center 2012

App Controller

Service Mgmt.

VMware Service Manager

Service Manager

Protection

Data Recovery 2.0

Data Protection Manager

Automation

vCenter Orchestrator

Orchestrator

Monitoring

vCenter Ops Mgmt. Suite

vFabric App Perf Mgr, vFabric Hyperic

Operations Manager

VM Management

vCentervFabric Application Director

Virtual Machine Manager

Hypervisor

vSphere Hypervisor

Hyper-V

comparison focus
Comparison Focus

All About the App

Cross-Platform From the Metal Up

Foundation For the Future

Cloud On Your Terms

all about the app1
All about the App

Protection of Key Applications & Workloads

Constructing, Delivering & Consuming Apps

Maintaining, Managing & Monitoring Apps

all about the app2
All about the App

Construction, Delivery & Consumption

Standardized

VM Templates

Roles & Features

Application Layers

VM Templates 2.0:

Service Templates

Deploymentinto clouds

Role-basedSelf Service

Controlled Consumption

microsoft vmware comparison
Microsoft | VMware Comparison

VMware vCloud Request Manager has been deprecated with customers recommended to upgrade to VMware Service Manager

Requires vCloud Director, available at additional cost

Each VMware VM template will have it’s own VMDK, even if the template varies only slightly in it’s configuration options.

Whilst VMware offer no alternative to Server App-V, vFabric Application Director would allow more granular control over the application layer for certain apps, and provide the ability to deploy multi-tiered services

VMware Information: http://www.vmware.com/products/vcloud-request-manager/overview.html, http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/vfabric/VMware-vFabric-Application-Director-Datasheet.pdf

all about the app3
All about the App

Maintenance, Management & Monitoring

Centralized Maintenance

Extends beyond the private cloud

Integrated Service Management

Powerful, relevant automation

Deep application insight

ConnectingDev-Ops

microsoft vmware comparison1
Microsoft | VMware Comparison

VMware, with Update Manager, can patch ESXi Hosts, and with the vCenter Operations Management Suite Enterprise Plus, can manage physical hosts, and guest OS’s from a patching perspective. Customers would require VMware Hyperic to perform any kind of monitoring of the physical infrastructure. Both of these additional products are licensed per VM and come at considerable expense.

Would require vCenter Operations Management Suite Enterprise Plus and VMware Hyperic to manage any physical systems.

vCloud Request Manager deprecated with customers encouraged to upgrade to the unproven VMware Service Manager, with no guarantees of integration with other vCenter Management Components.

VMware's vCenter Orchestrator has a limited set of plug-ins, of which the vast majority are VMware centric. No mention of plug-ins for other enterprise management systems and tools such as those from HP, IBM, BMC etc.

VMware require multiple tools to deliver any form of insight. vCenter Operations will monitor hosts, vFabric Hyperic will monitor applications on physical servers, but simply collects metrics, without providing guidance for remediation. vFabric APM required for insight into a limited number of applications

Lab Manager deprecated, with customers expected to upgrade to vCloud Director, which has no connections with Development IDE.

VMware Information: http://www.vmware.com/products/datacenter-virtualization/vcenter-operations-management/compare-editions.html, http://www.vmware.com/products/application-platform/vfabric-hyperic/overview.html, http://www.vmware.com/products/vcloud-request-manager/overview.html, http://www.vmware.com/products/datacenter-virtualization/service-manager/overview.html, http://www.vmware.com/products/datacenter-virtualization/vcenter-orchestrator/plugins.html , http://www.vmware.com/products/labmanager/overview.html

all about the app4
All about the App

Protection of Key Applications & Workloads

Granular Workload Protection

Physical orVirtual

Generic DataSource Protection

Centralized, Role-Based Management

Backup toTape

Low-CostDisaster Recovery

microsoft vmware comparison2
Microsoft | VMware Comparison

VMware Data Recovery 2.0 offers no protection for the workloads within the virtual machine, simply focusing on the VM itself as the protection unit and offers no protection of physical machines

VMware Data Recovery 2.0 is not extensible by 3rd parties

VMware Data Recovery 2.0 appliances are unaware of one another, leading to potentially duplicated backups, or missed backups.

VMware Data Recovery 2.0 offers no protection to tape media. Disk only

VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager provides a solution for disaster recovery, it comes at significant additional cost, which rises for each VM that is protected.

VMware Information: http://www.vmware.com/products/data-recovery/overview.html, http://www.vmware.com/products/site-recovery-manager/features.html

cross platform from the metal up1
Cross Platform from the Metal Up

Application Frameworks

Management

OS

Hypervisor

Fabric

microsoft vmware comparison3
Microsoft | VMware Comparison

VMware vCenter manages VMware ESX and ESXi only. Would require additional 3rd party technologies to manage alternative hypervisors.

VMware do not produce any operating systems, and support is therefore focused not on the guest operating system itself, but instead, on the VM Tools and hardware.

A number of enterprise management tools integrate with vCenter, however VMware’s management tools, and orchestration tools lack broad interoperability with other systems.

vFabric is a platform focused 100% on Spring, Java, and is available at considerable expense, on a per VM basis. Development tools are disconnected from other management tools, and only vFabric APM can provide insight into the applications, available at additional expense.

VMware Information: http://partnerweb.vmware.com/GOSIG/home.html, http://www.vmware.com/products/datacenter-virtualization/vcenter-orchestrator/plugins.html,http://www.vmware.com/products/application-platform/vfabric-hyperic/plugins.html. http://www.vmware.com/products/application-platform/

hyper v server 2012
Hyper-V Server 2012
  • Free Standalone Download
  • Contains
    • Hypervisor
    • Windows Server Driver Model
    • Key Virtualization Components
  • Small Footprint
  • Minimal Overhead
  • Integrates into current infrastructure
  • Feature rich 
foundation for the future1
Foundation for the Future

Scalability, Performance & Density

High Availability & Resiliency

Security & Multitenancy

Flexible Infrastructure

Host: 320 LP | 4TB

Host: 1024 VMs

VM: 64 vCPU | 1TB

VM: 64TB VHDX

Cluster: 64 | 4000

Virtual Fiber Channel

4K Disk Support

ODX

QoS

Extensible Switch:

PVLANS

ARP/ND Spoofing

DHCP Guard

Monitoring

Mirroring

DVMQ | SR-IOV

IPsec Task Offload

BitLocker

Live Migration

Storage Migration

Shared-Nothing LM

NetworkVirtualization

Incremental Backup

Hyper-V Replica

NIC Teaming

Cluster: 64 | 4000

Secure ClusteredStorage

Enhanced CSV

3 Level Availability

Priority & Affinity

Hyper-V: A More Complete Virtualization Platform

cloud on your terms1
Cloud on your terms

Microsoft Public Cloud

System Center 2012

Microsoft Private Cloud

Microsoft Private Cloud

IDENTITY | MANAGEMENT | VIRTUALIZATION | DEVELOPMENT

cloud on their terms
Cloud on their terms

vCloudConnector

vCloud

vCloud

500 virtual machine private cloud
500 Virtual Machine Private Cloud

15:1VM to Host Ratio

34 Hosts2 CPU w/ 16 Cores

Windows Server licensing additional

Comprehensive Management

68 CPUs of Windows Server Datacenter

500 virtual machine private cloud1
500 Virtual Machine Private Cloud |

68 CPUsHyper-V Server$0

68 CPUsSystem Center 2012

$122,638*

Total Cost$122,638

Provides complete infrastructure management including:Application Performance Management, Self-Service, Backup & Application Protection,IT Service Management & Service Catalog, Orchestration and much more…

* System Center Pricing: http://download.microsoft.com/download/1/1/1/11128EC7-2BE7-480C-9D46-4ECECA9E481A/System%20Center%202012%20Licensing%20Datasheet.pdf

500 virtual machine private cloud2
500 Virtual Machine Private Cloud |

68 CPUsvSphere ENT+$237,6601

  • vCenter
  • $4,9951

vCOPS ENT$97,5002

vFabric APM$180,0003

vFabric AD$125,0004

vCloud Director$75,0005

Costs, without S&S in excess of $720,155 yet lacks service management, workload protection,in-guest management, and costs grow with density due to per-VM licensing

vSphere Enterprise Plus CPU & vCenter Pricing (Excluding S&S): http://www.vmware.com/products/vsphere/pricing.html

vCenter Operations Management Suite Enterprise pricing (Excluding S&S): http://www.vmware.com/products/datacenter-virtualization/vcenter-operations-management/buy.html

vFabric Application Performance Manager Pricing (Excluding S&S): http://www.vmware.com/products/application-platform/vfabric-application-performance-manager/buy.html

vFabric Application Director Pricing (Excluding S&S): http://www.vmware.com/products/application-platform/vfabric-appdirector/how-to-buy.html

vCloud Director Pricing (Excluding S&S): http://www.vmware.com/products/vcloud-director/buy.html

comparison focus1
Comparison Focus

All About the App

Cross-Platform From the Metal Up

Foundation For the Future

Cloud On Your Terms

related content
Related Content
  • Breakout Sessions:
    • VIR312 - Compete to Win, Part 1: Core Hypervisors (Online)
    • WSV317 - Building a Private Cloud in 75 Minutes (Online)
    • WSV329 - Architecting Private Clouds Using Windows Server 2012 (Online)
    • MGT305 - Application Management in Private and Public Clouds (Online)
    • MGT320 - Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012: Zero to Cluster to Cloud (Online)
    • MGT328 - Automating Datacenter Using Microsoft System Center 2012 (Online)
    • MGT330 - Private Cloud Service Delivery and Automation with Microsoft System Center 2012 (Online)
    • MGT333 - System Center 2012: Managing Heterogeneous Environments with a Microsoft Private Cloud
  • Hands-on Labs: MGT71-HOL, MGT41-HOL, MGT42-HOL, MGT53-HOL, MGT54-HOL

Demos: MGT01-TLC (App), MGT04-TLC (Infra), MGT05-TLC (Services)

Find Me At…the Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Stand

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SIA, WSV, and VIR Track Resources

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Talk to our Experts at the TLC

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DOWNLOAD Windows Server 2012 Release Candidate

microsoft.com/windowsserver

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Resources

Learning

TechNet

  • Connect. Share. Discuss.
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http://northamerica.msteched.com

www.microsoft.com/learning

  • Resources for IT Professionals
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  • http://microsoft.com/technet

http://microsoft.com/msdn

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The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.