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Virtualization Introduction 101
Pham Duc Phong, Systems Engineer
pphong@vmware.com
VMware Vietnam
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Introduction
Goals for this session:
 Understand the customer benefits
of virtualization
 Gain a fundamental understanding of
VMware’s core virtualization technology
 Explore how vSphere components work
together to form a complete cloud
infrastructure platform
 Teach you how to get started today!
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Agenda
Business and IT Priorities
What Exactly is Virtualization?
How Will Virtualization Help Me Achieve My Goals?
Where Does VMware Fit In?
Getting Started: vSphere Hypervisor
Going Farther: vSphere Platform
Next Steps on Your Journey
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Momentum in Virtualization – Rates Continue to Increase
Source: VMware customer survey, Jan 2010, Jun 2011, Mar 2012, Jul 2013
Question: Please indicate percentage of x86 server operating system instances (e.g., Windows, Linux) that run in virtual machines
Source 2: IDC Server Virtualization Forecast, Feb 2013
19%
31%
44%
59%
64%
73%
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 In 2 Years
Percent of Workloads Virtualized
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Momentum in Virtualization – Business Critical Apps
Percent of Virtualized BCA Workload Instances
Source: VMware customer survey, Jan 2010, Jun 2011, Mar 2012, Jul 2013
Question: Total number of instances of that workload deployed in your organization and the percentage of those instances that are virtualized .
38%
53%
43%
25% 25%
18%
41%
56%
47%
34%
28% 28%
47%
57%
52%
41%
35%
40%
60%
58%
59%
51%
49%
53%
Microsoft
Exchange
Microsoft
Sharepoint
Microsoft SQL Oracle
Middleware
Oracle DB SAP
Jan 2010 Jun 2011
Mar 2012 Jun 2013
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Evolution of Server Virtualization Continues
Source: IDC Market Analysis Perspective: Cloud Virtualization System Software, December 2012, Doc # 238638
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Agenda
Business and IT Priorities
What Exactly is Virtualization?
How Will Virtualization Help Me Achieve My Goals?
Getting Started: vSphere Hypervisor
Going Farther: vSphere Platform
Next Steps on Your Journey
Where Does VMware Fit In?
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What is Virtualization?
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What is Virtualization?
Description
 Virtualization is a proven software technology that is rapidly
transforming the IT landscape and fundamentally changing
the way that people compute
 Virtualization makes it possible to run multiple operating
systems and multiple applications on the same SERVER
at the same time
Benefit
 Virtualization allows you to reduce IT costs while increasing
the efficiency, utilization and flexibility of your existing x86
computer hardware

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Virtualization Defined
For those more visually inclined…
Traditional Architecture Virtual Architecture
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Partitioning
 Run multiple operating systems
on one physical machine
 Divide system resources between
virtual machines
Key Properties of Virtual Machines
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Key Properties of Virtual Machines
Partitioning
 Run multiple operating systems on one physical machine
 Divide system resources between virtual machines
Isolation
 Fault and security isolation at the
hardware level
 Advanced resource controls preserve
performance
VMware
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VMware
Key Properties of Virtual Machines
Partitioning
 Run multiple operating systems on one physical machine
 Divide system resources between virtual machines
Isolation
 Fault and security isolation at the hardware level
 Advanced resource controls preserve performance
Encapsulation
 Entire state of the virtual machine can
be saved to files
 Move and copy virtual machines as
easily as moving and copying files
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VMware
Key Properties of Virtual Machines
Encapsulation
 Entire state of the virtual machine can be saved to files
 Move and copy virtual machines as easily as moving and copying files
Partitioning
 Run multiple operating systems on one physical machine
 Divide system resources between virtual machines
Isolation
 Fault and security isolation at the hardware level
 Advanced resource controls preserve performance
Hardware Independence
 Provision or migrate any virtual machine
to any similar or different physical server
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OS
Exchange
Operating System
Virtualization

OS
SAP ERP
Operating System
Virtualization

OS
File/Print
Operating System
Virtualization

OS
Oracle CRM
Operating System
Virtualization
Virtual Infrastructure
Interconnect
Pool
CPU
Pool
Memory
Pool
Storage
Pool
Traditional View
Virtual
Infrastructure
Abstraction + Pooling = Reduced Complexity
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Abstraction + Pooling = Reduced Complexity
Oracle CRM
Operating System
SAP ERP
Operating System
File/Print
Operating System
Exchange
Operating System
Virtual Infrastructure
Interconnect
Pool
CPU
Pool
Memory
Pool
Storage
Pool
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Agenda
Business and IT Priorities
What Exactly is Virtualization?
How Will Virtualization Help Me Achieve My Goals?
Getting Started: vSphere Hypervisor
Going Farther: vSphere Platform
Next Steps on Your Journey
Where Does VMware Fit In?
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IT Mandate
IT will always be pressured to …
enable greater business agility,
while becoming more efficient.


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IT Is Traditionally Forced to Focus on Non-Value-Add Activity
Source: VMware Fortune 100 Customers

Overwhelming complexity
+
Brittle infrastructure
=
< 30% of IT budgets
goes to innovation and
competitive advantage
IT Investment
42%
Infrastructure
Maintenance
30%
Application
Maintenance
23%
Application
Investment
5%
Infrastructure
Investment
Business Agility
Depends on IT Agility
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Obviously Something Isn’t Working Very Well…
…so what should we do?
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Drive IT Agility to Increase Business Value
Core Benefits




1. Reduce
the Complexity

to simplify operations
and maintenance

2. Dramatically
Lower Costs

to redirect investment into
value-add opportunities

3. Enable Flexible, Agile
IT Service Delivery

to meet and anticipate the
needs of the business
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How Do I Get These Core Benefits?
Consolidation
One-time event that moves existing applications onto a fewer number of servers

Containment
An ongoing effort to virtualize new applications and manage growth
of existing ones

Availability
Introducing virtualization to increase application availability and data recoverability

…there are many more business capabilities of virtualization
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Protect Against Failures
vSphere vSphere vSphere
No Reboot
Seamless Cutover
vSphere vSphere vSphere
vSphere Fault Tolerance (FT)
 Single identical VMs running in lockstep
on separate hosts
 Guarantee application availability and
zero data loss even when a server fails
 No complex clustering or specialized
hardware required
vSphere High Availability (HA)
 Detect server failures and provide rapid
recovery by automatically restarting VMs
on available severs
 Protect applications from operating
system failures by automatically
restarting VMs when an operating system
failure is detected
vSphere High Availability
vSphere Fault Tolerance
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vSphere
vSphere vMotion
 Migrate VMs between vSphere hosts without
application downtime
 Move VMs out of failing or underperforming servers
without downtime
 Perform hardware maintenance without scheduling
downtime or disrupting business operations
 Shared storage not required
Eliminate Planned Downtime
vSphere vMotion
vSphere Storage vMotion
vSphere Storage vMotion
 Perform live migration of VM disk file across
heterogeneous storage array with complete
transaction integrity and application availability
 Eliminate application downtime for storage
maintenance
 Simplify array refresh/retirement, improve array
performance and capacity balancing
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VMware vSphere
Data de-duplicated
And stored on VDP
appliance
VDP
Protect Your Data
vSphere Data Protection
Simplify Backup And Recovery
With Integrated Data Protection
 Integrated backup and recovery
 Based on EMC Avamar technology
 Highly efficient global deduplication
across all VMs
 Simple setup and management
through vCenter
 Speedy recovery of VMs
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Reduce Replication Costs for Disaster Recovery
vSphere
vSphere
Replication
Site A (Primary)
vSphere
Site B (Recovery)
vSphere Replication
Replication for Automated
Disaster Recovery
 Virtual machine level replication by the
vSphere host
 Low cost, efficient replication option
 Simple setup from within vCenter
Server
 Integration with SRM enables
automated DR process
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Align Resources with Business Demands
Resource Pool
Dynamically Allocate and Balance VMs
to Guarantee Optimal Access to
Resources
 Align resources to meet business goals
 Increase system administrator
productivity
 Automate hardware maintenance
Distributed
Resource Scheduler
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Agenda
Business and IT Priorities
What Exactly is Virtualization?
How Will Virtualization Help Me Achieve My Goals?
Getting Started: vSphere Hypervisor
Going Farther: vSphere Platform
Next Steps on Your Journey
Where Does VMware Fit In?
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VMware vSphere Platform
Application
Services
Infrastructure
Services
Automation
vSphere Virtualization
Platform
Security

• DRS/Storage DRS
• Profile-Driven Storage
• Auto Deploy
• I/O Controls


• Data Protection
• Replication
• vMotion/Storage vMotion
• High Availability
• App HA
• Fault Tolerance
Availability
Network Storage
• Distributed Switch
• SR-IOV Support


• VMFS
• Thin Provisioning
• Storage APIs
• Flash Read Cache
• Hypervisor
• Memory Overcommit
• Reliable Memory
• Big Data Extensions
Compute
Management Services

• vShield Endpoint




vCenter Server vCenter Operations Management
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VMware vSphere Deployment Architecture
VMware vSphere VMware vSphere VMware vSphere
 Deploy vSphere on each host
 Add vCenter Server to centrally
manage vSphere hosts
 Deploy vCenter Operations
Management
 Upgrade license file to vSphere
vSphere Deployment
vSphere Hypervisor
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vSphere Web Client Interface
Object Navigator
Sidebar Extension
Create Custom Actions Inventory Objects
Tabs
Add Right-
Click
Extensions
Portlets
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vSphere vCenter Server
 Proven virtualization platform – provide
availability for your business applications
Virtualize Smarter with Insight to Workload Capacity and Health
 Capacity planning – know how many days
before capacity runs out so IT can continue to
be responsive
 Optimize efficiency – know on which virtual
machines might be overprovisioned
 Improve performance - faster root cause
identification of emerging issues
vSphere vCenter Server
 Proven virtualization platform – provide
availability for your business applications
VMware vSphere
The proven compute virtualization platform
vSphere with Operations Management
 World’s leading virtualization platform
 Insight to workload capacity and health
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vSphere with Operations Management Provides Comprehensive
Visibility for Diagnosing and Preventing Future Problems
Immediate
Problems
Future
Problems
Opportunities
to Optimize
 Comprehensive visibility for virtual
infrastructure with health, risk and
efficiency scores
 Single pane of glass for integrated
performance, capacity and
configuration management
Overview
 End-to-end visibility into virtual
infrastructure health
 Ensure service levels for IT services
 Optimize for efficiency and cost
Benefits
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THANK YOU
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APPENDIX
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Start Virtualization Today
 How to get started
• vSphere Eval Download link: https://www.vmware.com/tryvmware/?p=vmware-vsphere5-
ent&lp=default
• vSphere Eval Guide: https://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/products/vsphere/VMware-vSphere-
Evaluation-Guide-1.pdf
• VMware Hardware Compatibility Guide:
http://www.vmware.com/resources/compatibility/search.php?lp=default
• vSphere Quick Start Classes: http://www.vmware.com/a/webcasts/details/260?lp=default
• vSphere Product Documentation: https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vsphere-esxi-vcenter-
server-pubs.html
 Additional resources
• vSphere Product Demos: https://www.vmware.com/tryvmware/?p=vmware-vsphere5-ent&lp=default
• VMware ROI/TCO Calculator: http://roitco.vmware.com/vmw/
• VMware Cost per App Calculator: http://www.vmware.com/technology/whyvmware/calculator/
• Get Started with vSphere Kits: http://www.vmware.com/products/datacenter-
virtualization/vsphere/small-business/compare-kits.html