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Introduction – Microsoft Virtualization

Introduction – Microsoft Virtualization. Symon Perriman Jeff Woolsey Technical Evangelist Principal Program Manager. Meet Symon Perriman. Technical Evangelist, Microsoft Private Cloud, System Center & Hyper-V

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Introduction – Microsoft Virtualization

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  1. Introduction – Microsoft Virtualization Symon Perriman Jeff Woolsey Technical Evangelist Principal Program Manager

  2. Meet Symon Perriman • Technical Evangelist, Microsoft • Private Cloud, System Center & Hyper-V • MCSE Private Cloud, Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and VMware Certified Professional (VCP); several patents • Recognized Industry Expert, Author & Speaker • Datacenter management, cloud, virtualization, high-availability, disaster recovery, mobile technologies and social media • Founder of Microsoft’s Failover Clustering & Network Load Balancing Blog @SymonPerriman

  3. Meet Jeff Woolsey • Principal Program Manager, Microsoft • Windows Server and Cloud, Virtualization and Private Cloud • Leading role in Windows Server Engineering team, helps shape design requirements for Windows Server, System Center and Hyper-V • Senior Authority on Virtualization and Private Cloud • Hosts global Private Cloud Executive Briefings • Authority on ways customers can benefit from virtualization, management, and cloud computing across public, private, and hybrid environments @WSV_GUY

  4. Target Audience • IT pros interested in learning how to setup, configure, and utilize the capabilities of Hyper-V. • Prerequisites • Understanding of virtualization • Hyper-V experience is not required • Proficiency with Windows Server • Basics of networking and storage

  5. Great Time to Invest in Microsoft Training • Learn from the Pros with Microsoft Official Curriculum • Microsoft Learning Partners | http://aka.ms/CPLS • Class Locator | http://aka.ms/ClassLocator • Windows Server | http://aka.ms/MOCWinServ • Virtualization | http://aka.ms/MOC-Virt • Microsoft Training & Certification • Windows Server | http://aka.ms/WinServCert • Virtualization | http://aka.ms/MCSE-PrivCloud

  6. Introduction to Hyper-V Jump Start

  7. Agenda • Microsoft Virtualization Evidence • Hyper-V History • Virtualization & the Private Cloud • Microsoft’s Cloud Vision • Microsoft Virtualization Solutions • Resources

  8. Cloud Optimize Every Business Public CommonTechnologies Identity ▪ Virtualization ▪ Management ▪ Development Private

  9. NASA: Established in 1959, NASA’s mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery, and aeronautics research. • NASA/JPL wanted to find a means of using the Web to make large amounts of information about Mars available to the public, while engaging people in the excitement of discovery and in improving their own knowledge and skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics • NASA/JPL worked with Microsoft to create an interactive, visually fun and appealing Web site called BeAMartian with Windows Azure • Benefits: • Windows Azure offers unparalleled scale • Rapid scale out & global reach During one period of activity shortly after the launch, the site—which was running on 10 servers—experienced a large spike in visitor traffic. It took site managers less than 10 minutes to make an additional 20 servers available using the cloud, which was more than enough to handle the sudden increase in activity.

  10. Pottermore: Windows Azure offered Pottermore the flexibility required to build a massively scalable website in just three months. Live April 14th, 2012 • Pottermore attracted 1 billion page views in a little over two weeks • More than 10 million unique users to date have visited the site • The average user visits 43 pages and spends 20 minutes on the site • The site continues to attract 25,000 new account sign-ups daily • Benefits: • Capacity planning was an incredible challenge • Started on premises; “customer demand blew away all scale expectations” • Azure provides virtually unlimited scale on demand as needed • Shifted focus to delivering the best experience “The tools with Azure are really brilliant, and they’re getting better every month. It’s clearly a platform that’s being invested in by Microsoft and by many, many others who see its potential. -Julian Thomas, CTO at Pottermore

  11. Global Scale: Powered by Hyper-V • Technet.microsoft.com • Over 1 million hits per day • MSDN.microsoft.com • Over 3 million hits per day • More Properties • Connect.microsoft.com • Social.microsoft.com • Codeplex

  12. Global Scale: Powered by Hyper-V • Microsoft.com • Largest Virtualized Site in the World • Powered by Hyper-V for over five years • ~15,000 requests per second • Over 40 million hits per day • Over 1.2 billion page hits per month • Zero downtime


  14. Microsoft Management Summit 2010 MMS 2009 vs. MMS 2010 Labs MMS 2009: Used ~570 servers in 36 racks MMS 2010: Used 41 servers in 3 racks Green IT: Servers 570 servers * 200 watts per server = 114,000 watts 41 servers * 200 watts per server = 8,200 watts 13.9x Power Reduction on Servers Green IT: Rich Clients vs. Thin Clients 650 rich clients * 120 watts per client = 78,000 watts 650 thin clients * 19 watts per client = 12,350 watts 6.3x Power Reduction on Clients One Less Semi was need for transportation

  15. MMS 2010: Management System Center Operations Manager monitor health & performance of Windows & Linux labs Configuration Manager DCM ensure uniform deployment Virtual Machine Manager provision & manage virtualized lab infrastructure Demand Driven Flexibility More Service Manager Labs added “on the fly” 40,000 Hyper-V Virtual Machines for ~80 different labs in 5 days on just 41 physical servers

  16. MMS 2011: More VMs, Fewer Servers • MMS 2010: • 3 racks/41 servers • 328 logical processors (2S/4C) • 5.125 TB Memory • 82 network cables • MMS 2011: • 2 racks/32 servers • 768 logical processors (2S/12T) • 4 TB Memory • Dynamic Memory saved >1 TB RAM • Over $80,000 savings • 12 network cables • 8 Ethernet/4 Fiber Channel

  17. MMS 2011 Dynamic Memory reduces the physical memory footprint by over 1 Terabyte while delivering more virtual machines That’s a saving of ~$80,000!

  18. Maxing Out… http://blogs.technet.com/b/virtualization/archive/2011/03/29/mms-2011-labs-powered-by-hyper-v-system-center-amp-hp.aspx • 7,200 VMs running across 32 blade servers • 225 VMs running per Hyper-V host where each host has 128 GB of physical memory. Here’s an example of where Hyper-V Dynamic Memory improved density by over 100%.

  19. Windows Server 2008 R2 VM mobility with live migration VM high-availability improvements Improved management of datacenters Simplified method for physical and virtual computer deployments Easier adding and removing VM storage Improved virtual networking performance Hyper-V processor compatibility mode Improved memory management Hyper-V before Windows Server 2012 • Hyper-V history • Introduced with Windows Server 2008 • New version in Windows Server 2008 R2 • Update with Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 • Two manifestations of Hyper-V • Hypervisor-based virtualization feature of Windows Server 2008 R2 • Microsoft Hyper-V Server(free download) containing only: • Windows Hypervisor • Windows Server driver model • Virtualization components • Failover Clustering

  20. Virtualization and the Private Cloud • The Private Cloud is more than just virtualization • Virtualization is a critical component • Server Consolidation • Easy Deployment • Elasticity & Scalability • Multiple Tenets • High-Availability & Mobility • A Private Cloud requires more • Automated Management • Pools of Compute Resources • Self-Service Provisioning • Usage-Based Chargeback ≠

  21. Cloud | Drivers Agility Focus Economics

  22. Cloud | Obstacles Agility Security Focus Compliance Economics Compatibility

  23. Cloud Optimize Every Business Public CommonTechnologies Identity ▪ Virtualization ▪ Management ▪ Development Private

  24. Cloud | Attributes Cloud Computing Pooled Resources Self Service Elastic Usage Based Plus with Private Cloud… It’s cloud dedicated to you. Control Customizable

  25. The Microsoft Private Cloud All About the App Cross-Platform From the Metal Up Foundation for the Future Cloud on your Terms

  26. Applications are Key Microsoft fully supports our key server applications in a virtualized environment Microsoft has updated server workload licensing to enable virtualization mobility Management of the workloads is key, not just the virtual machine Support list KB 957006

  27. Cross Platform from the Metal Up Application Frameworks 3rd Party Management Operating Systems Multi-hypervisor Management vSphere XenServer Hardware Partners & Private Cloud Fast Track

  28. FastTrack Program http://aka.ms/FastTrack Joint effort between Microsoft and hardware partners Building blocks of a private cloud Infrastructure as a Service Windows Server 2012 with Hyper-V & System Center 2012 SP1

  29. System Center 2012 SP1 Productive Infrastructure Predictable Applications Your Cloud Apps power your business.Deliver predictable applicationservice levels with deep application insight Deliver flexible and costeffective infrastructurewith what you alreadyknow and own Private and public cloud computing on your terms managed with acommon toolset Self-Service Infrastructure Process Automation Heterogeneous Support Service Centric Approach Comprehensive App Manageability Deep App Monitoring & Diagnosis Flexibility with Delegation & Control Common Console Across Clouds Physical, Virtual & Cloud Management

  30. Comprehensive Cloud Platform VM Hosting Database Hosting Application Hosting Web Hosting Desktop Hosting Windows Server 2012 Applications Remote Desktop Services Web ServiceDelivery & Automation Virtualization Networking Storage Management Availability Application Management Scalability Security Infrastructure Management Hardware Compute Network Storage (File/Block)

  31. Microsoft Virtualization Solutions ClientVirtualization Profile Virtualization Server Virtualization (Hyper-V) Azure Virtual Machines Application Virtualization (App-V) Desktop Virtualization (VDI)

  32. Takeaways • Microsoft has a broad approach to virtualization from the desktop to the data center to the cloud • There are a variety of virtualization offerings from Microsoft • Microsoft’s integration throughout the stack provides unbeatable interoperability

  33. Evaluate Microsoft Software – FREE! • TechNet Evaluation Center • http://technet.microsoft.com/evalcenter • Free trial versions—no feature limits. • Try Windows Server 2012 for 180 days • Try Windows 8 Enterprise for 90 days • Try Windows Azure for 90 days

  34. Join the MVACommunity! • Microsoft Virtual Academy • Free online learning tailored for IT Pros and Developers • Over 973,000 registered users • Over 1.1M hours of technology training delivered • Up-to-date, relevant training on variety of Microsoft products • “Earn while you learn!” Get 50 MVA Points for this event! • Visit http://aka.ms/MVA-Voucher • Enter this code: HyperVJumpStart (expires 2/7/2013)

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