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Slides from Solsoft weekly webinar, Friday 18th March 2011 In this session we discussed: Introduction to Hyper-V Hyper-V Features Licensing High Availability Benefits of System Centre Virtual Machine Manager Integration of Hyper-V with SCVMM

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  • 1. Microsoft Virtualization TechnologiesWindows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-VSean Taylor Microsoft Solutions Architect

2. Hyper-VServer virtualisation and consolidationBundled in Server 2008 and enhanced with R2Provides highly available systems and applicationsSupport for non Microsoft platformsLive migration now availableMigrate individual VMs between LUNsDynamic Memory available in SP1In guest management and monitoring (SCVMM and SCOM)Microsoft assessment and planning toolkit for virtualisationHighly scriptable using PowershellCentralised and automated backup managed by SCDPMCore parking for green computing 3. Microsofts Virtualisation StrategyUser State VirtualizationMicrosoft System Center Server Virtualization Microsoft Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V Session Virtualization Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2Remote Desktop Services ManagementMicrosoft System Center Desktop VirtualizationApplication VirtualizationRemote Desktop Services Microsoft Application VirtualizationMicrosoft Enterprise Desktop VirtualizationRemote AppWindows Virtual PC/XP Mode 4. Hyper-VServer virtualisation and consolidationProvides highly available systems and applicationsBundled in Server 2008 and enhanced with R2Support for non Microsoft platformsLive migration now availableMigrate individual VMs between LUNsDynamic Memory available in SP1In guest management and monitoring (SCVMM and SCOM)Microsoft assessment and planning toolkit for virtualisationHighly scriptable using PowershellCentralised and automated backup managed by SCDPMCore parking for green computing 5. Defining the Case for Hyper-VIT organizations must justify adoption of Microsoft Virtualisationtechnology Must have positive cost impact Increase in capacity, security, reliability, and availability of resources Flexibility to rapidly adapt to changes in the businessA well-designed server Virtualisation infrastructure built onMicrosoft technology can enable an enterprise to accelerateachievement of the following goals: Reduction in IT capital and operational costs Implementation of a flexible and dynamic enterprise infrastructure Increase in workload availability Reduction in the time to provision, distribute, or remove services Reduction in management complexity 6. Microsoft Virtualisation Technologies Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V is installed as a role Supported in a full installation or a Server Core installation of 64-bitWindows Server 2008 R2 Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter editions Supports local graphical management in full installation mode Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 is built on Windows technologies Comes only as a single, free edition Designed solely as a Virtualisation platform Provides local command-line and a text-based configuration utility toperform initial configuration tasks Designed to be remotely managed Leverages the Windows driver and management models / APIs Management Both support full graphical management using standard Hyper-Vadministration tools from remote workstation or server Both support full graphical management through System Center VMM 7. Two Sides of Hyper-V 8. Microsoft Virtualisation TechnologiesWindows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V is installed as a role Supported in a full installation or a Server Core installation of 64-bit Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter editions Supports local graphical management in full installation modeHyper-V Server 2008 R2 is built on Windows technologies Comes only as a single, free edition Designed solely as a Virtualisation platform Provides local command-line and a text-based configuration utility to perform initial configuration tasks Designed to be remotely managed Leverages the Windows driver and management models / APIsManagement Both support full graphical management using standard Hyper-V administration tools from remote workstation or server Both support full graphical management through System Center VMM 9. System Centre Virtual Machine Manager Multi-Hypervisor P2V & V2V Live Migration Support Quick Storage Migration OpsMgr Integration: Unlocks PRO Rapid Provisioning Intelligent Placement Library & Web Portal AD Integration Granular Management PowerShell Maintenance Mode 10. Feature Comparison 11. Understanding Licensing OptionsWindows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V Standard Edition 1 VM per license Enterprise Edition 4 VMs per license Datacentre Edition Unlimited VMs per processor licensing Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 is not a Windows Server edition No Windows licenses are provided with it Must purchase a valid Windows license for each Windows-based VM that you intend to run on it 12. Understanding Licensing Options By assigning a copy of WS 2008 R2 Enterprise: 4 free running Instances Cumulative... The same process with WS 2008 R2 Datacentre: Unlimited running instances Virtualisation Agnostic 13. Understanding Licensing OptionsWindows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V Standard Edition 1 VM per license Enterprise Edition 4 VMs per license Datacentre Edition Unlimited VMs per processor licensing Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 is not a Windows Server edition No Windows licenses are provided with it Must purchase a valid Windows license for each Windows-based VM that you intend to run on it 14. Defining Hyper-V Base ArchitecturesSmall to Medium Deployments Single Server Server consolidation platform for small test lab, software development, branch office, and other design scenarios that can tolerate outages Direct-attached storage (DAS), or shared storage (NAS or iSCSI SAN) Lacks high-availability to prevent service interruption during planned or unplanned maintenance events Management with out-of-the-box tools (Hyper-V Manager, Windows Server Backup, and so on) Two-Node Failover Cluster Server consolidation platform for software development, branch office, and other design scenarios that require high-availability services Shared storage (iSCSI or Fibre Channel SAN) Failover clustering supports single Live Migration event (serial migration) Management with out-of-the-box tools (Hyper-V Manager, Windows Server Backup, Failover Cluster Manager, and so on) 15. Defining Hyper-V Base Architectures Datacenter and Enterprise DeploymentsServer Farm (Multi-Node Failover Cluster) Server consolidation platform for datacenter and other designscenarios that require large VM consolidation, high-performance, andhigh-availability services Shared storage (Fibre-Channel SAN) Up to 16 node failover cluster to support multiple, concurrent LiveMigration events Maximum of 8 simultaneous live migrations in a 16 node cluster Dedicated failover nodes or load-balancing cluster designs Management with System Center suite 16. System Centre Hyper-V Management toolsManaging a Physical Infrastructure System Centre Operations Manager for monitoring servers and applications, performance optimisation and centralised reporting. System Centre Configuration Manager for asset management, deploying operating systems, applications and updates. System Centre Data Protection Manager for protecting servers, desktops, applications and data.Managing a Virtual Infrastructure System Centre Operations Manager for monitoring Hyper-V hosts, virtual machines and applications, performance optimisation and centralised reporting. System Centre Configuration Manager for asset management, deploying operating systems, applications and updates. System Centre Data Protection Manager for protecting Hyper-V hosts, VMs, applications and data. System Centre Virtual Machine Manager for intelligent placement and management of Hyper-V hosts, VMs, templates and libraries. 17. System Centre Reporting 18. High-Availability Considerations Hyper-V host cluster implemented to minimize or eliminate service interruptions due to planned or unplanned events Host hardware component failure Complete loss of one or more physical servers Host operating system maintenance Hyper-V host clusters Up to 16 Hyper-V hosts configured as nodes of a failover cluster Hyper-V hosts must be connected to shared storage If Hyper-V host node fails, all VMs hosted on that node are migrated to another Hyper-V host in the cluster Hyper-V host cluster required for Live Migration Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV) New Windows Server 2008 R2 feature Supported by Hyper-V Enables all nodes in a Hyper-V host cluster to access the same shared storage volumes simultaneously 19. High-Availability Considerations Hyper-V host cluster implemented to minimize or eliminate service interruptions due to planned or unplanned events Host hardware component failure Complete loss of one or more physical servers Host operating system maintenance Hyper-V host clusters Up to 16 Hyper-V hosts configured as nodes of a failover cluster Hyper-V hosts must be connected to shared storage If Hyper-V host node fails, all VMs hosted on that node are migrated to another Hyper-V host in the cluster Hyper-V host cluster required for Live Migration Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV) New Windows Server 2008 R2 feature Supported by Hyper-V Enables all nodes in a Hyper-V host cluster to access the same shared storage volumes simultaneously 20. Any questions?