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What’s New in vSphere 5.0. Ken Silber – Senior Sales Engineer. In 2011 VMware is Introducing a Major Upgrade of the Entire Cloud Infrastructure Stack. vSphere. vSphere. vSphere. New. Cloud Infrastructure Launch ( vSphere , vCenter , vShield , vCloud Director ). vCloud Director 1.5.

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what s new in vsphere 5 0

What’s New in vSphere 5.0

Ken Silber – Senior Sales Engineer

in 2011 vmware is introducing a major upgrade of the entire cloud infrastructure stack
In 2011 VMware is Introducing a Major Upgrade of the Entire Cloud Infrastructure Stack

vSphere

vSphere

vSphere

New

Cloud Infrastructure Launch(vSphere, vCenter, vShield, vCloud Director)

vCloud Director 1.5

vCloud Director

vShield Security

vShield 5.0

vCenter Operations 1.0vCenter SRM 5.0

vCenter Management

vSphere 5.0

vmware vsphere 5 0 what s new

Application Services

VMware vSphere 5.0: What’s New?
  • Virtual Appliance
  • Web Client
  • Infrastructure Services
  • vCenter Server
  • vCenter Server
  • New HA
  • Architecture
  • vMotion over
  • higher latency links
  • ESXi Firewall
  • 32 way SMP
  • 1 TB VMs

Security

Scalability

Availability

VMware vSphere 5

Network

Compute

Storage

  • ESXi Convergence
  • Auto Deploy
  • HW version 8
  • Storage DRS
  • Profile-Driven Storage
  • VMFS 5
  • Storage I/O Control (NFS)
  • Network I/O Control
  • (per VM controls)
  • Distributed Switch
  • (Netflow, SPAN, LLDP)
slide5

Auto Deploy

Overview

vCenter Server with Auto Deploy

  • Deploy and patch vSphere hosts in minutes using a new “on the fly” model
  • Coordination with vSphere Host Profiles

vSphere

vSphere

Image Profiles

Host Profiles

Benefits

  • Rapid provisioning: initial deployment and patching of hosts
  • Centralized host and image management
  • Reduce manual deployment and patch processes

vSphere

vSphere

storage vmotion
Storage vMotion
  • In vSphere 5.0, a number of new enhancements were made to Storage vMotion.
    • Storage vMotion will work with Virtual Machines that have snapshots, which means coexistence with other VMware products & features such as VDR & HBR.
    • Storage vMotion will support the relocation of linked clones.
    • Storage vMotion has a new use case – Storage DRS – which uses Storage vMotion for Storage Maintenance Mode & Storage Load Balancing (Space or Performance).
slide7

Storage DRS

Overview

  • Group “like” datastores in a datastore cluster.
  • Initial placement of VMs/VMDKs
  • Datastore maintenance mode
  • Space and I/O load balancing
  • Affinity and anti-affinity rules

Affinity

Storage vMotion

overloaded

Benefits

  • Scalable storage management
  • Reduce time for VM provisioning
  • Eliminate VM downtime for storage maintenance
  • Automated Out of space avoidance
  • Automated I/O bottleneck avoidance

DatastoreCluster

slide8

Profile-Driven Storage

Overview

  • Tier storage based on performance or SLA characteristics
  • View a list of all compliant storage resources

High IO Throughput

Tier 1

Tier 2

Tier 3

Benefits

  • Utilize the correct storage resources every time (no mistakes)
  • Help IT personnel that may not be as familiar with storage characteristics align with business and application goals
  • Improve storage utilization and efficiencies
performance guarantees network and storage i o control
Performance Guarantees – Network and Storage I/O Control

Overview

3. w/ I/O controls, can give VIP VMs preferential access

2. Other VMs are starved for resources

1. VM requests more resources

  • Set up SLAs for use of storage and network resources
    • Added per virtual machine settings for Network I/O Control
    • Added NFS support for StorageI/O Control

Benefits

  • Eliminate the “noisy neighbor” problem
  • More granular SLA settings for network traffic
  • Extend Storage SLAs to more VMs
technical barriers to 100 virtualization have been falling
Technical Barriers to 100% Virtualization Have Been Falling

Application’s Performance Requirements

95% of Apps Require

VMware Inf.

VMware vSphere4

VMwarevSphere 5

ESX 1

ESX 2

3.0/3.5

CPU

1 to 2 CPUs

1 VCPUs

2 VCPUs

4 VCPUs

8 VCPUs

32 VCPUs

Memory

< 4 GB at peak

2 GB per VM

3.6 GB per VM

16/64 GB per VM

256 GB per VM

1,000 GB per VM

Network

<2.4 Mb/s

<.5Gb/s

.9 Gb/s

9 Gb/s

30 Gb/s

>36Gb/s

% of Applications

IOPS

< 10,000

<5,000

7,000

100,000

300,000

1,000,000

new ha architecture

VMFS

VMFS

New HA Architecture

Overview

  • New architecture for High Availability feature of vSphere

Storage vMotion

VMware Fault Tolerance High AvailabilityDRS Maintenance Mode vMotion

VMware

Benefits

NIC Teaming Multipathing

Storage

  • Simplified clustering setup and configuration
  • Enhanced reliability through better resource guarantees and monitoring
  • Enhanced scalability

Server

Component

vcenter server appliance linux
vCenter Server Appliance (Linux)

Overview

  • Run vCenter Server as a Linux-based appliance

Benefits

  • Simplified setup and configuration
  • Enables deployment choices according to business needs or requirements
  • Leverages vSphere availability features for protection of the management layer
web client
Web Client

Overview

  • Run and manage vSphere from any web browser anywhere in the world

Benefits

  • Platform independence
  • Replaces Web Access GUI
  • Building block for cloud based administration
the best of the rest
The Best of the Rest
  • Platform
    • Hardware Version 8 – EFI virtual BIOS
    • Memory Fault Isolation
  • Network
    • Distributed Switch (Netflow, SPAN support, LLDP)
    • Network I/O Controls (per VM), ESXi firewall
  • Storage
    • VMFS 5
    • iSCSI UI
    • Storage I/O Control (NFS)
    • Array Integration for Thin Provisioning,
    • Swap to SSD, 2TB+ VMFS datastores
    • Storage vMotion Snapshot Support
  • Availability
    • vMotion with higher latency links
    • Data Recovery Enhancements
  • Management
    • Inventory Extensibility
    • iPad client
management challenges in the world of cloud
Shared Infrastructure

Shared across multiple lines of business /customers

Aggregated from building blocks of physical resources

Ongoing workload deployment

VMs added daily, weekly, monthly

Demand tied to business activity – new projects, etc.

Workloads decoupled from physical resources

Deployed on logical entities (clusters, datastores, etc)

Dynamically scheduled between physical resources within a cluster

End users want more applications and services

Higher QoS – applications expected to be available, anywhere, anytime with little or no downtime

More VMs, more interdependencies and greater rate of change

Management Challenges in the World of Cloud

LOB B

LOB A

LOB C

New Delivery Model

VDC 3: Bronze

VDC 1: Gold

VDC 2: Silver

Greater Demands

automate infrastructure operations management
Automate Infrastructure & Operations Management

Integrated, automated approach to performance, capacity & configuration

  • Benefits
  • Gain advanced notification of impending performance problems
  • Accelerate root cause analysis and problem resolution
  • Improve compliance through comprehensive visibility and automated configuration management
  • Reclaim up to 30% of infrastructure resources

Performance Analytics

  • VMware Capabilities
  • Patented performance analytics
    • Self-learning of “normal” performance conditions
    • Service health baseline and trending
    • Smart alerts of impending performance degradation
  • Automated capacity planning and analysis
    • Integrated capacity analysis and forecasting
    • Decision support & automation via views, alerts, reports
    • VM right sizing and capacity reclamation
  • Continuous configuration and compliance
    • Automated patching and provisioning
    • Comprehensive change tracking to isolate root cause
    • Single-click rollback to remediate and return to normal

Capacity Planning &Analysis

Configuration & Compliance

vCenter Operations

how vcenter operations delivers a new model for operations
How vCenter Operations Delivers a New Model for Operations

Slide 21

An integrated approach and patented analytics to transform how IT ensures service levels in dynamic environments

  • Integrated with underlying systems via vSphere, 3rd party monitoring
  • Self-learns “normal” conditions using patented analytics
  • Aggregates underlying metrics into Workload, Capacity, Health scores
  • Smart alerts of impending performance degradation
  • Powerful visibility and drill down from datacenter to component level
  • Puts performance, capacity and configuration data in context of the health and performance of services
vcenter server heartbeat
vCenter Server Heartbeat
  • Software Based Solution Providing:
    • Paired Servers
    • Shared Nothing Architecture
    • Active/Passive clone
    • Hardware Agnostic
    • Physical & Virtual Support
  • Application Awareness (AMF)
  • Automated Failover
  • Planned Maintenance

** Support for vCenter 5.0

** Support for View Composer 5.0

beyond dr preventive failovers and planned migrations
Beyond DR: Preventive Failovers And Planned Migrations

UnplannedFailover

  • Recover from unexpected site failure
    • Full or partial site failure
    • The most critical but least frequent use-case
    • Unexpected site failures do not happen often
    • When they do, fast recovery is critical to the business

PreventiveFailover

  • Anticipate potential datacenter outages
    • For example: in case of planned hurricane, floods, forced evacuation, etc.
  • Initiate preventive failover for smooth migration
    • Leverage SRM ‘planned migration’ to ensure no data-loss
    • Automated failback enables easy return to original site

PlannedMigration

  • Most frequent SRM use case
    • Planned datacenter maintenance
    • Global load balancing
  • Ensure smooth migrations across sites
    • Test to minimize risk
    • Execute partial failovers
    • Leverage SRM ‘planned migration’ to ensure no data-loss
    • Automated failback enables bi-directional migrations
srm supports flexible topologies
SRM Supports Flexible Topologies

Shared Recovery Sites

Active-Passive

Failover

Active-ActiveFailover

Bi-directional Failover

Recovery

Recovery

Production

Production

Production

Production

  • Most common traditional scenario
  • Expensive dedicated resources
  • Leverage recovery infrastructure for test, development, training
  • Utilize sunk cost of recovery site
  • Production applications at both sites
  • Each site acts as the recovery site for the other
  • Many-to-one failover
  • Particularly useful for Remote Office / Branch Office
what s new with site recovery manager 5
What’s New With Site Recovery Manager 5?

Overview

New in 2011: Failback

  • vSphere Replication: Simple, cost-efficient storage replication across sites
  • Automated Failback:
  • Manage reversal of replication
  • Apply recovery plan in reverse direction

vCenter

Server

vCenter

Server

Site Recovery Manager

Site Recovery Manager

New in 2011: vSphereReplication

Benefits

vSphere

vSphere

  • Expand DR protection to smaller sites and Tier 2 applications
  • Streamline frequent bi-directional migrations
  • Planned migrations for data center moves, load balancing
  • Preventive migrations

Main Site

DR Site

vcloud component vcenter chargeback
vCloud Component: vCenter Chargeback

Objective

  • Accurately assign, measure, and analyze costs of workloads
  • Allow consumer to understand and be accountable for usage

Features

  • Hierarchical chargeback view of vCenter and vCloud Director objects
  • Usage data collection aligned with resource allocation models
  • Cost assignment
  • Usage data warehouse
  • Reporting
  • Integrate with third-party billing
enabling self service for the private cloud
Enabling Self-Service for the Private Cloud

Accelerate your transition to the cloud

  • Benefits
  • Provide on-demand self-service to IT and business users
  • Simplify and accelerate private cloud infrastructure provisioning and consumption
  • Increase visibility into IT service costs
  • Ensure application security in the cloud

End User

Management Products

vCloudDirector

Service Manager

Chargeback

  • VMware Capabilities
  • Infrastructure as a Service
  • Orchestration of virtual resources
  • Workflow for governance and control
  • Visibility into resource consumption and cost of services
  • End to end security of the private cloud: from edge to endpoint

VMware vCloud Director

Cloud Admin

VMware vSphere

the most choice for your public hybrid clouds
The Most Choice for Your Public (Hybrid) Clouds

Co-Branded vCloud Services

VMware vCloud Service

vCloud Datacenter Security, performance

for enterprises

vCloud Express Rapid access, credit card payment

for developers

Basic “pay for use”

Virtual Data Centers

Committed

Dedicated

  • Target: pilot projects and test/dev
  • Pay-for-use model; no commitment
  • Target: tier 2 and 3 production workloads
  • Subscription model; 100% committed with 20% burstable
  • Target: Tier 1 workloads performance requirements
  • Subscription model; 100% dedicated resource

Users

Scripts/Programs

vCloud Powered Broad array of VMware-compatible

clouds for any business need

vCloud API

VMware vCloud Director

vCloud Connector

  • Connecting private cloud public clouds  back
vcloud component vshield edge
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
    • Firewall services
    • NAT services
    • DHCP
    • Port forwarding
    • IP masquerading

vApp Network

Organization Network

Organization Network

VMware vSphere

External Network

VMware vCloud Director

vShield Edge