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DBI315. Optimize SQL Server for Private Cloud. Darmadi Komo Senior Product Manager Microsoft. Guy Bowerman Senior Program Manager Microsoft. Agenda. Why Private Cloud Optimize SQL Server for Private Cloud Consolidation Elasticity Self Service Control & Customization

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optimize sql server for private cloud
DBI315

Optimize SQL Server for Private Cloud

Darmadi Komo

Senior Product Manager

Microsoft

Guy Bowerman

Senior Program Manager

Microsoft

agenda
Agenda
  • Why Private Cloud
  • Optimize SQL Server for Private Cloud
    • Consolidation
    • Elasticity
    • Self Service
    • Control & Customization
  • Next Steps & Resources
private cloud is happening
Private Cloud is happening …
  • 70% customers are doing/planning private cloud1
  • Half of federal agencies will be in the cloud within 12 months2
  • Adoption of virtualization and cloud computing to increase dramatically in the next 12 months3
  • Self-services are catching up with virtualization quickly4

1AFCOM 2011 study

2Information Week 2011 survey

3Worldwide Executive Council 2011 survey on 100 CIOs

4CompTIA 2011 cloud computing survey

private cloud drivers

PRIVATECLOUD DRIVERS

Resource Pooling

Elasticity

Self - Service

Control & Customize

resource pooling key steps
Resource Pooling Key Steps

Consolidate databases

CONSOLIDATE

MAP Toolkit

Upgrade advisor

SQL Server

SSMA

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Recap …

Benefits

Reduce capital expenses

Standardize and consolidate

Reduce operational expenses

Improve hardware utilization

Manage IT infrastructure efficiently

Green IT

Reduce space and power needs

Tools

MAP toolkit 5.5

Consolidation Planning Tool for SL Server

System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2

SQL Server Upgrade Advisor

SQL Server Migration Assistant

  • Control/discover your DB sprawl
    • Run MAP toolkit to identify running DBs (SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, Sybase)
  • Know when to virtualize or not
  • Capacity Planning
    • Understand Isolation/security/HA requirements
    • Determine software edition, version, & hardware requirements
    • Use Consolidation Planning Tool for SQL Server to understand resource requirements
  • Choose consolidation options
    • Upgrade using SQL Server Upgrade Advisor
    • Migrate using SQL Server Migration Assistant
  • Begin conversion (virtualize)
    • Use P2V to keep existing settings
    • Create new VM to combine multiple apps
private cloud drivers1

PRIVATECLOUD DRIVERS

Resource Pooling

Elasticity

Self - Service

Control & Customize

elasticity key steps
Elasticity Key Steps

Scale resources efficiently

SQL Server

SQL Server

SQL Server

SQL Server

12Gb

8Gb

Shared Storage

iSCSI, SAS, Fiber

SCALE

Redundant Paths

to Storage

Guest Cluster

SQL Server

SQL Server

SQL Server

SQL Server

Guest Cluster

Live Migration

Load Balancing

Hyper-V

Hyper-V

Shared Storage

iSCSI, SAS, Fiber

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Recap

Benefits

Greater agility

Handle peak load scenarios faster

Dynamic Infrastructure

Scale to efficiently meet demands

Tools

Live Migration

Dynamic Memory

Guest Failover Clustering

System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2

  • IT develops VM templates
    • Build and deploy SQL Server Sysprep templates
  • Minimize planned downtime using Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V Live Migration
  • Manage unplanned downtime with Guest Failover Clustering
  • Increase virtual machine density with Dynamic Memory
  • Virtual machine load balancing with System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2
private cloud drivers2

PRIVATECLOUD DRIVERS

Resource Pooling

Elasticity

Self - Service

Control & Customize

self service key steps
Self Service Key Steps

Deploy resources on demand

Request business infrastructure

Create VM Templates

Create Roles

Map to Existing Templates

Create VMs

DEPLOY

BUSINESS

IT

Approve/

Reject

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Recap

Benefits

Faster time to market

Automation without compromising control

Reduce administration overhead

Business units can request resources on demand

Tools

System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2

System Center Virtual Machine Manager Self Service Portal (SCVMM SSP 2.0)

  • Make use of pre-built VM templates
  • Use automation
    • Leverage workflow service in SCVMM SSP 2.0
    • Create & assign roles/permissions for business and IT admin
    • Request and build business specific infrastructures (submit & approval)
    • Map infrastructure to existing VM templates
    • Create & retire VMs on-demand
private cloud drivers3

PRIVATECLOUD DRIVERS

Resource Pooling

Elasticity

Self - Service

Control & Customize

control customize key steps
Control & Customize Key Steps

Drive standardization and compliance

Chargeback

DRIVE

Usage Reporting

SQL Server

SQL Server

SQL Server

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Recap

Benefits

Enforce and standardize based on policies

Measure service

Meter resource usage and charge back to business units

Customize for your business needs

Tools & Features

System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2

System Center Virtual Machine Manager Self Service Portal (SCVMM SSP 2.0)

System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 Management Packs

  • Measure usage
    • Pre-build infrastructure by IT based on company standard and policy
    • Assign cost recovery model for each virtual machine templates
    • Monitor usage by users through reporting
    • Chargeback to users
  • Manage private cloud
    • Monitor & troubleshoot entire stack using SCOM
next steps
Next Steps
  • TODAY: Build and deploy SQL Server for Private Cloud
    • All software are available today for immediate deployment
    • www.microsoft.com/SqlServerPrivateCloud
  • COMING SOON:
    • Optimized Database Consolidation Reference Architecture
  • LATER THIS YEAR:
    • Optimized Database Consolidation Appliance
      • Faster Time To Market – all software/hardware configured and tuned at factory
      • Optimized for DB OLTP performance
      • Can also run non-DB workloads
      • Single point of contact for support
resources1
Resources

Web site:

SQL Server for Private Cloud

Blogs:

Windows Virtualization Team BlogSQLOS Team Blog

database platform dat resources

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Database Platform (DAT) Resources
  • Visit the updated website for SQL Server® Code Name “Denali” on www.microsoft.com/sqlserverand sign to be notified when the next CTP is available
  • Follow the @SQLServer Twitter account to watch for updates
  • Try the new SQL Server Mission Critical BareMetal Hand’s on-Labs
  • Visit the SQL Server Product Demo Stations in the DBI Track section of the Expo/TLC Hall. Bring your questions, ideas and conversations!
resources2
Resources
  • Connect. Share. Discuss.

http://northamerica.msteched.com

Learning

  • Sessions On-Demand & Community
  • Microsoft Certification & Training Resources

www.microsoft.com/teched

www.microsoft.com/learning

  • Resources for IT Professionals
  • Resources for Developers

http://microsoft.com/technet

http://microsoft.com/msdn

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