L‟INFORMATIQUE SOUS
FORME DE SERVICE
POUR VOTRE
ENTREPRISE
Farid BENREJDAL
Senior Systems Engineer

VMware
... VERS L‟ “IT AS A SERVICE”

Phase III
Phase II
Phase I

Gain en CapEx /
Consolidation

Gain en fiabilité et en
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Mobile-Clo
Client-Server
Mainframe

Milliards
Millions d’utilisateurs
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Social

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Big Data
Libérer les ressources pour apporter de l‟innovation
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Abstraire

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POUR QUE CELA FONCTIONNE . . .

• Ne pas réinventer la roue. VMware propose une plateforme de
commande et de provisioning ...
COUVRIR UN MAXIMUM D‟ENVIRONNEMENT

VMware vCloud Automation Center
Self-Service Lifecycle Management
Automated
Delivery

...
CATALOGUE DE SERVICES UNIFIÉS : APPLICATIONS,
INFRASTRUCTURE, XAAS, DESKTOPS
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Personnalisation par
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L‟"ANCIENNE" MÉTHODE D‟ACQUISITION DE
MATÉRIEL
ET LA NOUVELLE…
HITACHI UNIFIED COMPUTE PLATEFORM (UCP)
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Virtuel

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XaaS

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ACTIONS POSSIBLES EN FONCTION DU RÔLE

Securité

Administrateur
Cloud

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vCloud Automation Center

Consommateurs
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 Rationnaliser les processus de déploiement et de mise à jour
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CYCLE DE VIE DES APPLICATIONS

RÉUTILISATIONS DES
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FOURNIR DES SERVICES IT
VISIBILITÉ VCENTER
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TABLEAU DE BORD
Problèmes
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Problèmes
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Opportunités
d’optimisation

 Disponible pour tous les objets
(VM...
IDENTIFIER LES POINTS DE CONTENTION

Contrainte sur “CPU Demand”
CAPACITY PLANNING INTER-RELATIONNEL

Qu’est ce qui
limite la capacité
de mon
application ?
Le Datastore
dans 100 jours
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Aujourd’hui

Nouvelle limite de
capacité si je
rajoute 10 VMs
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OPPORTUNITÉS D‟OPTIMISATION

Regardons les VMs
arrêtées, inutilisées,
sur-dimensionnées ou
sous-dimensionnées

Capacité
ré...
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APPLICATIONS
D’ici 2017, 85% des nouveaux serveurs déployés seront virtuels vs 44% en 2010....
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  • The IT sector is on a Journey.As customers continue to adopt virtualization technology, we have seen a fundamental shift in how they are able to build, run and deliver IT services to their business partners and how they have been able to directly advance their business goals.The Journey is more than a path of adopting increasing amounts of technology. It is a shift in the role that virtualization plays – from a catalyst for consolidating hardware infrastructure, to an efficiently managed and automated environment, to a platform for agile IT service delivery and consumption. The Journey provides an overarching view for how customers evolve from rigid and inflexible legacy architectures to modern and agile infrastructures.
  • IDC has described three eras of IT.The first was the mainframe era, in which the killer app was the automated payroll and IT was in an access-controlled glass room.The second phase was the client-server era of distributed computing, where we had millions of users and thousands of apps and we ended up building silos of IT—the data centers of today, or the museums of IT past. But the era that were entering into is the mobile-cloud era, in which it's about billions of users. Virtually every human on the planet is interacting with millions of application. And it's all about IT as a service, with a self-service catalog that becomes the standard way people expect to achieve and receive their capabilities and their applications for the future. And IT must operate at higher and higher velocity. Simply put, the fastest will win.
  • In the new Mobile-Cloud Era, four trends are shaping IT: social, mobile, cloud, and big data. These are affecting both consumer IT as well as business IT. Each of these trends affect the others. And everything that's happening in the world of IT today is affected by at least one, often more, of these trends. More people, more apps, more data, all placing huge demands on the infrastructure that you deliver.
  • Gartner estimates that some 30 percent of IT’s budgets today are going into new innovation. And the reason is that apps are slow, device management consumes too much, provisioning is too slow …all of these reasons make IT too slow and infrastructure too brittle and heavy. But for VMware customers who have implemented virtualization, the percentage of IT budget going to innovation is about 40%.<click> But our goal in this is to move our customers to 50%, where IT goes from being a ball and chain to becoming a powerful tool where apps are self-service, rolled out at the speed of business; where IT becomes an asset to accelerate business opportunities for the future.
  • Ultimately, this infrastructure is to enable applications for business. Enterprise apps are becoming like consumer apps, that must be agile and quick to deploy—one size doesn't fit at all.
  • The next generation of IT, as the administrators of virtual infrastructure, will need to address the complex demands on IT from many different stakeholders: the CIO and Operations, the CTO, the Finance guys, the customers, the global workforce, business units…
  • Ultimately, the solution is IT as a service: where IT is on demand, accessing any service, with total cost transparency. ITaaS can be delivered on any cloud, on any platform, based on an increasingly programmable and automated infrastructure. IT must become a service provider, able to deliver IT as a service business to your internal customers.
  • The software-defined data center does away with the old operating-system-centric approach.Just as the classic virtualization hypervisor abstracts and pools both CPUs and memory, the software-defined data center applies this approach to storage and availability services, as well as network and security services, and adds management capabilities to control it all.
  • Key message – a virtual network is a software container, just like a server hypervisor, providing all of the functionality and services required.
  • There are a number of characteristics that define true network virtualization, but the top three are Completely decouples virtual networks from physical network hardwareFaithfully reproduces the physical network model in the virtual network space, workloads see no differenceAnd, Automation, from both a cloud operations and network operations perspective.Other characteristics, more specific to our network virtualization include:Address isolation between virtual networks and between virtual networks and the underlying physical networkProgrammatic control through a RESTful web services APIGateway capability allowing seamless connection to legacy VLANs and physical workloadsA platform for developing innovative and differentiated servicesIndependence…works as an overlay above any physical network hardware and with any server hypervisor platform
  • Optional slide to reinforce ability to configure complex topologies over any network
  • The beauty of the recent vCloud Suite launch is that we have an entire platform which enables customers to buy 1 sku, 1 sns and they do not have to try to figure of what products should they buy to achieve operations management and or service provisioning. It is 1 sku VCloud Suite Enterprise.
  • Release 6.0 supports a Unified Service Catalog and App Store ordering experience where users can request from a personalized collection of application, infrastructure services. In addition, administrators can use the Advanced Service Designer to automate the make available custom IT services through the new IT service catalog. Service Entitlements and optional approvals allow IT administrators to deliver personalized IT service catalog which can be optimized to the specific needs of individual users or groups of users. Each Tenant can have their own specific branding and user authentication directory services (LDAP).Once a consumer requests a service, a showback of the service cost is getting displayed. More service costing capabilities are available under the “Business Management” tab.More detail available in the backup slides
  • So, not only can I create service offerings which meet the needs of the Dev/Test Group, I can also do the same for <CLICK> Production <CLICK> and Desktop.The policies defined in the cloud blueprints not only determined the process steps that will be used to provision and manage each resource, they also dictate what type of machine (virtual, physical or cloud) as well as the service level each user will receive. All of these policies can be configured by the administrator without having to write any scripts or code.
  • Let us look now into the application services capabilities of vCloud Automation Center. Here you see a screen shot for Application Blueprints. An application blueprint describes the deployment topology of an application. In other words, an application blueprint describes a model of a integrated multi-tier application, which can be deployed into various clouds. An application blueprint is based on the principle of loosely coupling and it allows you to abstract the application from the infrastructure. This provides unprecedented choice in terms of what infrastructure should be chosen to best fit the requirements of the application. An application blueprint is assembled by dragging and dropping components (i.e. services) into the canvas. Traditionally applications were deployed using an approach, in which the business opens a ticket, hardware is selected, procured, installed and configured, followed by the installation, configuration and testing of each application. This process often leads to deployment times of weeks or months, and the response to the business is slow. Here only he application architect, rather than dozens of people or teams are required to deploy applications. The deployment and update process is greatly streamlined. The components / services of the blueprint are reusable and pre-built so there is no need to re-create them over and over again. Organizations can standardize their software stack (what SW to use, what versions, configurations etc..) using those components, which is important for effective automation. Thequality of services improves by capturing best practices or gold standards in the components. Once an application model has been created, it can be re-deployed on demand by consumers across clouds.Streamlining the deployment process using pre-built components and re-using application models all leads to accelerating application deployment times. The Blueprint provides a master template so that all applications deployed into dev, test or production are configured in exactly the same way. This eliminates a big source of configuration differences, which require time intense manual rework. Of course it is possible to make changes to standard configurations within specific deployment blueprints as needed.
  • Applications and application changes are always deployed using dev, test and production environments. It takes considerable effort to stand up those environments and often each application has 10 or more environments. Using application service models, consistent applications i.e. applications with standardized configurations, can now be deployed over and over again across clouds.It is possible to deploy a Dev environment into the public cloud in Amazon, and a production environment into a vSphere based private cloud. Of course it is possible to adapt configurations at deployment time to meet specific environment specific requirements.Applications see constant change. We can also promote a consistent set of changes across applications from dev to test to production. This allows us to not only stand up consistent environments, but also to keep them consistent to a large extend during their life time. .Those capabilities combined allow to automate the application release process to accelerate application and change deployments.
  • Services may be over-sized or services may be un-used. Often consumers do not return services they do not need anymore – they hoard them – because they know that it is hard to get them in the first place. With vCloud Automation Center it is easy to identify unused services and reclaim them with a few clicks. For example, it is easy to identify all machines, which were not used for a certain amount of time. The owners of those machines can get notified by e-mail to log in to the machine within a certain time period if they would like to keep the service. In the same e-mail they can also be advised how to re-deploy the service through the self service catalog, in case they would need to service again in the future. If the consumer does not log in to the service, the service gets reclaimed by vCAC. The cost savings through reclaiming over-sized or un-used services is considerable: Many customers save up to 30% on Cap-Ex. Customers buy vCAC for the agility it provides, but the cost savings often help to justify the purchase. ROI models are available.
  • The Hitachi Unified Compute Platform takes the four basic infrastructure components of compute, storage, network and software and UNIFIES them into single, platform solution. It’s a bundled solution offering so you can create a more modern and nimble data center. The Hitachi Unified Compute Platform is designed from the business requirements down, and built from the bottom up to achieve a more converged virtualized infrastructure, leveraging the converged stack to make the most efficient decisions about how to perform the function, and then executing it consistently and predictably based on architecture design created to support the business requirements. This end-to-end platform supports multiple architectures, both stateless and stateful, that are comprised of multiple vendors infrastructure components, resulting in a holistic converged IT that will be aligned to meet your business needsThis new way of leveraging the converged infrastructure stack allows us to execute based on the most efficient path, the overall architecture, and the business requirements.Virtual solution that’s flexible and scalable, transforming data center infrastructure into a private cloud at your own pace
  • HIF Paris 2014 - VMWARE - Déployez l’IT as a Service dans votre société

    1. 1. L‟INFORMATIQUE SOUS FORME DE SERVICE POUR VOTRE ENTREPRISE Farid BENREJDAL Senior Systems Engineer VMware
    2. 2. ... VERS L‟ “IT AS A SERVICE” Phase III Phase II Phase I Gain en CapEx / Consolidation Gain en fiabilité et en QOS Gain en agilité et en automatisation IT Production Business Production IT as a Service
    3. 3. Mobile-Clo Client-Server Mainframe Milliards Millions d’utilisateurs Milliers Millions d’applications d’applications Milliers d’utilisateurs Centaines d’applications Contrôle Silos d’utilisateurs IT as a Service
    4. 4. NOUVELLE APPROCHE Mobile Social Cloud Big Data
    5. 5. Libérer les ressources pour apporter de l‟innovation “Différents utilisateurs, périphériques, applications, … automatiquement IT as a Service “Applications trop lentes” “Le temps de déploiement d’applications doit convenir au business “La gestion des périphériques implique des interventions humaines” Maintenance IT “Le déploiement prend des semaines” “Le déploiement d’environnement de production prend quelques minutes” “On peut déployer n’importe quelle application n’importe où” 30% 50% 40% Moyenne des Moyenne du Objectif ITaaS : clients VMware marché Dépenses sur Dépense sur Dépense sur l’innovation l’innovation l’innovation
    6. 6. COMMENT PRENDRE EN COMPTE LES APPLICATIONS TRADITIONNELLES MAIS AUSSI LES NOUVEAUX TYPES? …chacune avec ses besoins Applications traditionnelles Applications nouvelle génération
    7. 7. CHACUN A SES ATTENTES CIO Accélérer l’IT Ops Team Respecter les niveaux de services CTO IT évolutive CFO Améliorer le ROI Administrateur de l‟infrastructure virtuelle Fournir une infrastructure nécessaire au Business Utilisateurs Simplicité, efficacité Utilisateurs itinérants Access depuis n’importe où Business Unit Applications pour stimuler la croissance
    8. 8. LA RÉPONSE Accès à la demande des services Transparence des coûts Tout cloud, toutes plateformes Une infrastructure programmable et automatisée IT as a Service Run IT like a service business
    9. 9. FOURNIR DES SERVICES IT LE SOFTWARE DEFINED DATA CENTER (SDDC)
    10. 10. Et si … Le même principe de virtualisation…. Abstraire Regrouper … était appliqué au niveau du Datacenter ! Automatiser
    11. 11. Software-Defined Data Center Abstraire Toute l’infrastructure est virtualisée, fournie sous forme de service, et le controle de ce Datacenter est entierement automatisée et pilotée par du logiciel. Regrouper Automatiser
    12. 12. WINDOWS LINUX DATABASES Critique Calcul Big Data RAM/CPU MGMT Stockage/Disponibilité Reseaux/Sécurité Abstraire Regrouper Automatiser
    13. 13. Windows Linux Mission Critical Databases HPC Big Data Software-Defined Data Center Virtual Data Center Virtual Data Center Virtual Data Center Virtual Data Center Virtual Data Center Software-Defined Data Center Services Abstraire Regrouper Automatiser
    14. 14. FOURNIR DES SERVICES IT SOFTWARE DEFINED STORAGE VIRTUAL SAN
    15. 15. VSAN • Stockage centralisé, réparti localement sur les ESX • Implémenté dans le kernel vSphere • Protection contre la perte d‟un ou plusieurs ESX Ecriture simultanée sur N nœuds • Souple et évolutif Rajout d’’ESX avec disques locaux • Configuration simple à base de „Policies‟ par VM • Performance Caching SSD, IO parallélisés • Compatible avec vSphere Replication
    16. 16. POLITIQUE DE STOCKAGE VM déployée instantanément utilisant une simple politique de stockage Plusieurs politiques de stockage VSAN possibles vSphere vSphere VSAN VSAN ……………. SSD Hard disks SSD Hard disks SSD Hard disks SSD Hard disks SSD Clustered VSAN Datastore Clustered VSAN Datastore Hard disks SSD Hard disks Extensibilité dynamique le capacité et la performance de stockage.
    17. 17. FOURNIR DES SERVICES IT SOFTWARE DEFINED NETWORK AND SECURITY NSX
    18. 18. Qu‟est-ce que la virtualisation du réseau ? Application Application Environnement x86 Machine virtuelle Machine virtuelle Workload Application Logiciel Machine virtuelle Hyperviseurs Serveurs Besoins : serveurs x86 Workload Services réseaux L2, L3, L4-7 Réseau virtuel Découplage Workload Réseau virtuel Réseau virtuel Hyperviseurs réseaux Besoins : réseaux de transport IP Matériel Serveurs x86 classique (HDS, Dell, HP, IBM, Quanta,…) Réseaux IP classique (Arista, Cisco, HP, Juniper, Cumulus,…)
    19. 19. INTÉRÊTS Virtuel Virtuel Opérations réseau 1. Découpler 2. Reproduire 3. Automatiser Physique Physique INDÉPENDENCE MATÉRIEL PAS DE CHANGEMENT RÉSEAU COTÉ SERVEUR Opérations cloud BÉNÉFICES OPÉRATIONNELS DE LA VIRTUALISATION
    20. 20. LES SERVICES RÉSEAUX SONT AUSSI VIRTUALISÉS Workload Workload Workload Workload Workload Workload L2 L2 L3 L2 Virtual Network Virtual Network Découplage VMware NSX WAN Réseau physique (Arista, Cisco, HP, Juniper, Cumulus,…) Subnet A Subnet B Subnet C
    21. 21. FOURNIR DES SERVICES IT CATALOGUE DE SERVICES VMWARE VCLOUD AUTOMATION CENTER
    22. 22. BESOINS FONCTIONNELS Consommation/utilisation du Cloud Catalogue, Approbations, SLA, Capacité, Contrôle…. Intégration dans le système d‟information (DNS, CMDB, Ticketing…) Moteur du Cloud : Intégration technique « bas niveau ». Pilotage des ressources physiques ou virtuelles élémentaires. Environnements non VMware VMware
    23. 23. L‟APPROCHE SCRIPTÉE ScriptS pour créer les comptes utilisateurs ScriptS …. Consommation/utilisation du Cloud ScriptS pour contrôler l’autorisation Catalogue, Approbations, SLA, les quotas ScriptS pour gérer Couteux en développement Capacité, Contrôle…. ScriptS pour affection des services Long Intégration dans ScriptS pour integration AD Difficile à maintenir le système d‟information Risqué ScriptS pour configurer le ScriptS…. ScriptS …. ScriptS …. (DNS, CMDB, DNS Ticketing…) ScriptS d’approbation ScriptS pour configurer le reseau ScriptS …. ScriptS d’archivage …. ScriptS Moteur du Cloud : Intégration technique « bas niveau ». pourPilotage des ressources physiques ou virtuelles configurer les SLA élémentaires. ScriptS pour provisionner le stockage ScriptS …. Environnements non VMware VMware
    24. 24. POUR QUE CELA FONCTIONNE . . . • Ne pas réinventer la roue. VMware propose une plateforme de commande et de provisioning efficace et interopérable. • L’orchestrateur doit servir à intégrer le cloud au système d’information, pas à le redévelopper. • Préférer les efforts sur les points organisationnels plutôt que techniques.
    25. 25. COUVRIR UN MAXIMUM D‟ENVIRONNEMENT VMware vCloud Automation Center Self-Service Lifecycle Management Automated Delivery Policy Based Governance Intelligent Resource Mgmt.
    26. 26. CATALOGUE DE SERVICES UNIFIÉS : APPLICATIONS, INFRASTRUCTURE, XAAS, DESKTOPS Votre logo Personnalisation par tenant Apparence type : App store Catégorie Service Extensibilité avec de nouveaux services Services personnalisés Approbation et droit d‟accès pour chaque item
    27. 27. L‟"ANCIENNE" MÉTHODE D‟ACQUISITION DE MATÉRIEL
    28. 28. ET LA NOUVELLE…
    29. 29. HITACHI UNIFIED COMPUTE PLATEFORM (UCP) UNE PLATEFORME POUR TOUTES LES APPLICATIONS Virtuel Non-Virtuel XaaS Applications Critiques Messagerie et Collaboration End-User Computing
    30. 30. ACTIONS POSSIBLES EN FONCTION DU RÔLE Securité Administrateur Cloud Policies Templates SLA Granularité fine de la personnalisation des politiques en fonction des besoins business. Profile de couts Service Blueprints Service Tier Private Virtuel Request Provision Manage Manage Retire Archive Provision Manage Retire Public Cloud Retire Provision Private Physique Archive Dev/Test Request Approval Production Request Desktop vCloud Automation Center Infrastructure partagée
    31. 31. EXEMPLE D‟INTÉGRATION DE SERVICES TIERS vCloud Automation Center Consommateurs du Cloud Service Blueprints Request Approval Provision Manage Retire Plug-in vCenter Orchestrator Allocation d’une adresse IP et d’un nom DNS Archive
    32. 32. DÉPLOIEMENT DES APPLICATIONS  Rationnaliser les processus de déploiement et de mise à jour  Réutilisation des composants déjà construits  Réutilisation des modèles sur les différents environnements et Cloud Blueprint applicatif Components Composants
    33. 33. CYCLE DE VIE DES APPLICATIONS RÉUTILISATIONS DES BLUEPRINTS APPLICATIFS POUR ÊTRE SUR D‟ÊTRE COHÉRENT Application des mises à jour CHANGE Dev Test Prod vSphere vCloud Déploiement cohérent rapide sur différents environnements. Applications des changements
    34. 34. FOURNIR DES SERVICES IT VISIBILITÉ VCENTER OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT SUITE (VCOPS)
    35. 35. TABLEAU DE BORD Problèmes immediats Problèmes à venir Opportunités d’optimisation  Disponible pour tous les objets (VM, ESX, Cluster, Datacenter, vCenter, groupes customs)  Vision facilitée sous forme de badges  Indicateurs de la performance, la capacité et de la rentabilité
    36. 36. IDENTIFIER LES POINTS DE CONTENTION Contrainte sur “CPU Demand”
    37. 37. CAPACITY PLANNING INTER-RELATIONNEL Qu’est ce qui limite la capacité de mon application ? Le Datastore dans 100 jours
    38. 38. ETUDE D‟IMPACT D‟UN CHANGEMENT – SCENARII “WHAT-IF” Aujourd’hui Nouvelle limite de capacité si je rajoute 10 VMs Ma capacité en nombre de VMs VMs deployées Limite de capacité actuelle
    39. 39. OPPORTUNITÉS D‟OPTIMISATION Regardons les VMs arrêtées, inutilisées, sur-dimensionnées ou sous-dimensionnées Capacité récupérable, et/ou conseil de configuration
    40. 40. UNE PLATEFORME POUR TOUTES LES APPLICATIONS D’ici 2017, 85% des nouveaux serveurs déployés seront virtuels vs 44% en 2010. Gartner, November 2013, IT Spending, Worldwide Microsoft® Exchange Server Citrix XenDesktop SAP HCP Anywhere Microsoft SharePoint® VMware Horizon View Oracle Database Backup vSphere Operating System Compute Blades IP and SAN Networks Storage plus DR and Backup
    41. 41. HANDS ON LABS (HOL) DES DIZAINES DE LABS DISPONIBLES GRATUITEMENT EN LIGNES !!!! HTTP://LABS.HOL.VMWARE.COM
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