Overview - Tech Days

Report
Overview
Agenda
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Hyper-V Overview
Feature Comparison
Cost / Performance comparison
Storage
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Schedule Day 1
900
Welcome and Introductions
Doug
915
Overview, VMware comparison
Paul
1000
Break
1010
Networking
1100
Break
1110
Storage Spaces
1200
Lunch
1300
VM Generations, Disk Formats
1350
Break
1400
HA
1450
Break
1500
Hyper-V Replica
1550
First Day Wrap Up
Aidan
Aidan
Paul
Aidan
Aidan
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Schedule Day 2
0900
Recap from Day 1
Doug
0915
Scale Out File Server
Aidan
1030
Break
1045
Managing w/ PowerShell and Hyper-V
Manager
1200
Lunch
1300
Live Migration
1415
Break
1430
Managing w/ SCVMM, Linux, Vmware
integration
1530
Break
1545
Wrap up / Questions
Paul
Aidan
Paul
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New in Hyper-V Server 2012 R2
• Generation 2 VMs
• Networking
– VM Network Protection
– Virtual RSS
• Storage
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Online Disk Resize
Storage QoS
Shared VHDX
Spaces Storage Tiering
• Live Export
• Live Migration
– Compression
– SMB Direct
• Hyper-V Replica
– Configurable Replication
– Tertiary Replication
– Manageable SCVMM &
Azure Recovery
Manager
Updated in Hyper-V Server 2012 R2
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Resize virtual hard disk
Live migrations
Integration services
Export
Failover Clustering and Hyper-V
Hyper-V Replica
Linux support
Management
Hyper-V Networking
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Hyper-V host scale and scale-up workload support
Maximum number
System
Resource
Windows Server
2012
64
320
5×
Physical memory
1 TB
4 TB
4×
Virtual processors per host
512
2,048
4×
4
64
16×
64 GB
1 TB
16×
Virtual disk capacity
2 TB
64 TB
32x
Active virtual machines
384
1,024
2.7×
Nodes
16
64
4×
1,000
8,000
8×
Logical processors on hardware
Host
Virtual processors per virtual machine
Virtual
machine
Cluster
Improvement
factor
Windows 2008
R2
Memory per virtual machine
Virtual machines
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Hyper-V Versions
• Windows Hyper-V Server 2012 R2
– Unlimited – free of charge
• Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard
– 2 VMs
• Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter
– Unlimited
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Hyper-V Costs
Edition
Feature comparison Licensing model
Pricing
Unlimited virtual OSE
Datacenter All Features
Processor + CAL
$6,155
Two virtual OSE
Standard All Features
Processor + CAL
$882
Two Processors
One OSE
Essentials Limited Features
Server
25-user limit
$501
Operating System Environment (OSE)
An “operating system environment” is an instance of an operating
system, including any applications configured to run on it.
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VMware ESXi 5.1 vs MS Hyper-V Server 2012
• VMware ESXi 5.1 (Free Version)
• Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012
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Scale
– Limited to 4 vCPUs in VM
– Limited Host RAM to 32 GB
– Limited VM Memory Support
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Scale
– Up to 64 VPs per VM
– Up to 4 TB of memory per Host RAM
– Up to 1 TB of memory per VM
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No Enterprise level features
– No vMotion
– No Storage vMotion
– No High Availability
– No Extensible Switch
– No VM Replication
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Enterprise level features included
– Shared Nothing Live Migration
– Live Storage Migration
– High Availability via Clustering
– Hyper-V Replica (Unlimited)
– Storage Spaces
– …much more…
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Hyper-V vs vSphere
Feature
Hyper-V
vSphere
# of Physical CPUs per license
2
1
Maximum active VMs per host
1024
512
64
32
8000
4000
50 per VM
32 per VM
800 KB
155 MB
Unlimited
0
Maximum # of physical hosts per cluster
Maximum # of VMs per cluster
Virtual machine snapshots
Minimum disk footprint
# of Windows Server VM Licenses per host
http://blogs.technet.com/b/keithmayer/archive/2013/10/15/vmware-ormicrosoft-comparing-vsphere-5-5-and-windows-server-2012-r2-at-aglance.aspx
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vSphere Standard
http://www.vmware.com/products/vsphere/pricing.html
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vSphere Standard
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vSphere a la carte per CPU
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vSphere Essentials
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Dynamic, High Performance Storage
• Live Storage Migration
• New VHDX Format
– Up to 64 TB per disk
– Auto-Alignment with
SAN storage
– Major performance
improvements
• Native 4K Disk Support
• Online Meta Operations
– Live virtual disk
merge
– Live new parent
– Improved rebuild
• Virtual Fibre Channel
– Virtual FC HBA presented in VM
• Offloaded Data Transfer (ODX)
• Automatic Trim/Unmap
– Allows storage subsystem to
automatically reclaim/reuse
storage deleted from a VM
– Only Hyper-V provides this
• Support for VMs on Continuously
Available File Servers via SMB 3.0
– SMB Multi-Channel, SMB Scale
Out
– SMB Transparent Failover,
Encryption
EMC VNX5300 Base Price
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EMC VNX5300
Marketing
Information
Product Type
Total Hard Drive
Capacity
Hard Drive
Configuration
Processor
Manufacturer
Processor Type
Standard Memory
High-performing unified storage with unsurpassed simplicity and efficiency,
optimised for virtual applications. With the EMC VNX5300, you'll achieve new
levels of performance, protection, compliance, and ease of management. The
VNX5300 model can hold 125 drives, scalability of up to 240TB and with system
memory of up to 8GB at the block level along with the support of FC, iSCSI and
FCoE connectivity. VNX5300 is suitable for those wishes to take advantage of
enterprise level storage at a lower TCO. VNX5300 would be ideal for mediumsized to enterprise businesses.
SAN Server
4.80 TB
8 x 600 GB
Intel
Xeon
16 GB
Number of Total
Expansion Bays
15
Controller Type
RAID Supported
Fibre Channel
Yes
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Netapp Entry Level
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Netapp Midrange
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Networking Improvements
• In-box Hyper-V Network Virtualization (HNV) gateway
• Now part of the Hyper-V extensible switch
• Two new Windows PowerShell cmdlets (TestVMNetworkAdapter and Select-NetVirtualizationNextHop) that
enables diagnostics of HNV policy and the Customer Address
space.
• Dynamic IP Address
– Allows you to run DHCP, DNS, and Active Directory in your
VM networks.
• New monitoring and diagnostic capabilities
• Broadcast / Multicast support
• NVGRE (Network Virtualization using Generic Routing
Encapsulation) for traffic between separate networks
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Final Thoughts
• Free Hyper-V Server
– Create VHDX and share
– Replicate to other Hyper-V Servers
• Storage Spaces
– Requires JBOD / SAS disks
– SSD greatly enhances performance
– LSI controllers w/ JBOD array work great (DataON)
• Networking
– If you can afford 10 GbE do it
– RDMA w/ 10 GbE is crazy fast
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