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Jason Fulenchek Enterprise Technology Strategist Microsoft Corporation SESSION CODE VIR204 Required Slide Roger Johnson Sr Systems Engineer SyCom Technologies How is Virtualization Being Used ID: 153384

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Understanding How Microsoft Virtualization Compares to VMware

Jason FulenchekEnterprise Technology StrategistMicrosoft Corporation

SESSION CODE: VIR204

Required Slide

Roger Johnson

Sr. Systems Engineer

SyCom

TechnologiesSlide2

How is Virtualization Being Used?

Implement Virtualization

Leverage

Virtualization

Use

Virtualization

Server Consolidation

Energy & Space Reduction Application Compatibility

Rapid Provisioning

High Availability

Business Continuity

Dynamic Datacenters

& Desktops AcceleratedIT as a Service

“Why is virtualization such a big deal? A lot of people understand, and they think it's about saving money, it's about saving power, it's about green IT, it's about space, and that's certainly true. But in our perspective, it's much, much bigger than that, and people are just now beginning to understand that. We think that there's a major transformation taking place in IT. This major transformation that's been taking place for years is starting to accelerate, and we believe that virtualization is a major enabler and catalyst of that transition that's taking place.”- Tom Bittman, Gartner VP and Chief of Research of Infrastructure and Operations, at Microsoft’s Virtualization Launch EventSlide3

Session Virtualization

User State

Virtualization

Application

Virtualization

Desktop

Virtualization

System Center Management

From the Datacenter to the Desktop

Server

Virtualization

“Having one vendor for the hypervisor, operating system, and much of our application software was very appealing to us from a support and cost perspective.”

Bert Van Pottelberghe,

Sales Director, Hostbasket

Document redirection Offline filesSlide4

Why Microsoft Virtualization?

Cloud to

Data center

to Desktop

Full range of products & solutions

Large partner eco-system

Complete

Management

Physical and Virtual & Cross-hypervisor

In-Guest w/

application & services

It’s the Platform

you know

Tools

you know

Key feature

of platform

Best

TCO/ROI

Lower costs upfront

Easier integration w/ existing systems

Lower ongoing costsSlide5

Built-in Virtualization

Virtualization built into the operating system with Windows Server® 2008 R2 Hyper-V™ virtualization technologyVirtualization in the management platform with the Microsoft System Center suite of solutionsThree layers versus four

Microsoft (existing knowledge and skills) vs. VMware (more training, support, costs)Slide6

Extensive, Unified Management

The key to virtualization is not the VMs but the applications that run in the VMs. Applications are what the end-users seeOnly Microsoft provides an integrated solution, with In-guest monitoring and optimization, allowing customers to manage both their virtual machines AND their applications and services

Virtualized Datacenters and Clouds need comprehensive, physical and virtual management Only Microsoft System Center suite deliversAll integrated, all for one pricePhysical and virtual machines (Hyper-V and VMware)

Host and in-guest managementThe Microsoft solution is significantly cheaper than the equivalent VMware solution, while providing new capabilities (such as In-Guest Monitoring and PRO enabled optimization)No rip and replace for existing VMware customersSlide7

In-Guest Management and Monitoring

Integrate virtualization into existing tools, personnel, processes

Focus on applications, workloads running on virtual machinesManage, monitor virtual machines just like physical machines

Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 integrated with System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2Slide8

Datacenter Evolution

Traditional

Datacenter

Well-known,

stable, and secure

Utilization <15%

Virtualized

Datacenter

Utilization

Increases to >50%

Management

Costs Decrease

On premises

dynamic Datacenter - Cloud

Management Costs Decrease Significantly

IT as a Service

Chargeback

Off premises dynamic Datacenter - Cloud

Capacity on Demand

Global ReachSlide9

Enterprise

vSphere

vs. Windows

Server 2008 R2/

Server Management Suite Datacenter Comparison

5 servers, 2 processor systems, with management server cost, 2 year maintenance, no operating system cost

vSphere

Standard

vSphere

Advanced

vSphere

Enterprise

vSphere

Enterprise Plus

Server Management

Suite Datacenter

Price

Hypervisor + Management

Cost Difference

vSMP

Support

Physical Memory

VM/OS Updates

HA/Clustering

Vmotion

/Live Migration

Backup/Recovery

Hot Add

Fault Tolerance

Storage

VMotion

DRS/PRO

vNetwork

/Host Profiles

Physical Mgmt

In-guest Monitoring

Cross Hypervisor

$13,958

+$7,318

$21,276

$32,885

+$7,318

$40,203

$42,124

+$7,318

$49,442

$51,207

+$7,318

$58,525

$0

+$9,698

$9,698

2.2x more

4.2x more

5,1x more

6xmore

4-way

4-way

4-way

4-way

8-way

256GB

256GB

256GB

1TB

1TB

Storage

Quick

(Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2

or existing Windows Server 2008 R2)Slide10

VMware

ESXi

3

VMware

ESXi

4

Hyper-V Server

2008 R2

Price

$0

$0

$0

Bare-metal Hypervisor32-bit

64-bit64-bitBoot from Flash

Host Processors

32 Logical Processors

64 Logical Processors

64 Logical Processors

vSMP Support

4-way

4-way

4-way

Host Physical

Memory

256GB

1TB

1TB

Virtual

Machine Memory

64GB

255GB

64GB

Free Remote Management Client

Live Migration

High Availability

/Failover Clustering

Host

based console for

configuration and troubleshooting

Compatibility with Centralized

Multi-host Management

(

vCenter

/VMM)

(Only with per host upgrade to

full VI3 license $2-4K)

(Only with per host upgrade to

full

vSphere

license $2-4K)

(free with VMM server license, no per host cost)

Free

Hypervisor

Feature

ComparisonSlide11

Partners

in Virtualization

presentation

desktop

application

One Management Approach

serverSlide12

Partners

in Virtualization

presentation

desktop

application

One Management Approach

server

Citrix Essentials for Hyper-V

Datacenter

Hosted virtual

desktop

Citrix Branch Repeater ™

Branch OfficeSlide13

Crutchfield Corporation

Roger JohnsonSr. Systems EngineerSyCom Technologies

(Former Enterprise Systems Group, Team Lead at Crutchfield)SESSION CODE: VIR204

Required SlideSlide14

Who is Crutchfield Corporation?

Crutchfield Corporation is a consumer electronics retailer that was founded in 1974. Since then, Crutchfield has grown to a highly innovative mail order and ecommerce business specializing in home and car electronics, catering to the do-it-yourselfers.

www.crutchfield.comSlide15

Why Crutchfield Virtualized?

Crutchfield’s constant innovation was causing a dramatic amount of physical server sprawl that challenged the capacity capabilities of their corporate datacenter. This growth caused Crutchfield to investigate ways to continue to innovate while spending less on implementation. Key cost areas that needed to be addressed were:

InfrastructureAdministrationHuman InterventionServer Power Utilization

Cooling RequirementsIt didn’t take long to learn that Microsoft Virtualization was the answerSlide16

Crutchfield’s Datacenter Snapshot Today

Datacenter is running 99% on Microsoft solution with the remaining 1% running on

CentOS and RedHat LinuxCorporate Datacenter is 77% virtualized on Microsoft Virtualization5 Virtual Host running Windows Hyper-V R2 in productionAverage VM Density is 45:1 (45 Virtual Machines Per Physical Host)

Workloads consist of Domain Controller, SQL, RDS (Remote Desktop Services) and a number of call center applicationsCrutchfield develops over 80% of their internal applications and 100% of those Test\Dev environments are virtualized on Hyper-V R2.Total Corporate Virtualized Environment8 VM Hosts running over 250 Virtual MachinesSlide17

Crutchfield turned their bloated physical and existing virtual environment from this…..

226 Existing and Planned Physical Server Deployments and a single

VMWare

ESX HostSlide18

…..to this after deploying Hyper-V

(5 Dell

PowerEdge

R900 Hosts

running approximately 45 VM each)Slide19

The Crutchfield Result?

By selecting to implement Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter with the Hyper-V role, we were able to achieve a 3x savings over the comparable VMware feature set

Infrastructure and Licensing savings was so significant, that the savings exceeded the implementation costFTE hours recovered by implementing the System Center Suite of Tools (Virtual Machine Manger, Operations Manager and Configuration Manager), providing heterogeneous management, resource optimization and rapid provisioning all from a single pane of glassMajor power and cooling saving, turning an over-committed datacenter into a highly functional virtual environment that reduced BTU\h output by over 50%

Crutchfield realized a saving of $500,000 by implementing Microsoft Hyper-V Virtualization and Systems Center toolsSlide20

Responding to FUD

Software footprint is important, not equal to securityWindows Server is mature, safe, secure, and performs well enough to deploy in your enterprise

Hyper-V is a role of Windows Server – that’s goodVirtual Machine Manager doesn’t replace vCenterYou can use Microsoft management to simplify and add capabilities to an heterogeneous environmentMemory management is important, not free lunchMicrosoft provides a comprehensive platform and management solution Slide21

Demo

DEMOSlide22

Looking at Desktop Virtualization?

www.DesktopVirtualizationHour.com

Get answers on Microsoft Desktop Virtualization solutions including App-V and VDI.

Learn more about our joint partner solutions.Slide23

Virtualization Track Resources

Stay tuned into virtualization at TechEd NA 2010 by visiting our event website, Facebook and Twitter pages. Don’t forget to visit the Virtualization TLC area (

orange section

) to see product demos, speak with experts and sign up for promotional giveaways.

www.Microsoft.com/Virtualization/Events

www.Facebook.com/Microsoft.Virtualization

Twitter.com/MS_Virt

Like this session? Write a blog on 2 key learning's from this session and send it to

#TE_VIR

and you could win a

Lenovo IdeaPad™ S10-3 with Windows 7

Netbook

! Review the rules on our event website: Microsoft.com/Virtualization/Events Slide24

Take the Next Step

Learn more about why Microsoft virtualization is a better all-around value than VMware

@www.microsoft.com/vmwarecompareVisit our main Virtualization site @ www.microsoft.com/virtualization Read the white paper comparing Microsoft and VMware @

www.microsoft.com/virtualization/compare/vmware-comparison.mspxDownload a trial of Windows Server 2008 R2 with Hyper-V virtualization built-in @www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2008/en/us/default.aspxDownload the free Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 bare metal hypervisor @ www.microsoft.com/hyper-v-server/en/us/r2.aspx

24Slide25

Virtualization Track Resources

Stay tuned into virtualization at TechEd NA 2010 by visiting our event website, Facebook and Twitter pages. Don’t forget to visit the Virtualization TLC area (orange section) to see product demos, speak with experts and sign up for promotional giveaways

Microsoft.com/Virtualization/Events Facebook.com/Microsoft.VirtualizationTwitter.com/MS_Virt

Like this session? Write a blog on 2 key learning's from this session and send it to #TE_VIR and you could win a Lenovo IdeaPad™ S10-3 with Windows 7 Netbook! Review the rules on our event websiteMicrosoft.com/Virtualization/Events Slide26

Resources

Required Slide

www.microsoft.com/teched

Sessions On-Demand & Community

Microsoft Certification & Training Resources

Resources for IT Professionals

Resources for Developers

www.microsoft.com/learning

http://microsoft.com/technet

http://microsoft.com/msdn

LearningSlide27

Complete an evaluation on

CommNet

and

enter to win!

Required SlideSlide28

Sign up for Tech·Ed 2011 and save $500

starting June 8 – June 31sthttp://northamerica.msteched.com/registration

 

You can also register at the North America 2011 kiosk located at registrationJoin us in Atlanta next year Slide29

©

2010 Microsoft

Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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.Slide30

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