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  • Cette diapositive décrit les changements auxquels sont confrontés les entreprises et l'impact de ces changements sur le centre de données.Les entreprises cherchent de nouveaux moyens pour optimiser leurs ressources et rationaliser leurs activités métier. Elles souhaitent également surmonter la complexité inhérente aux nouvelles technologies. Les clients se montrent toujours plus exigeants. Les technologies (virtualisation notamment) ne cessent d'évoluer. De nouvelles réglementations externes et de nouvelles politiques internes font leur apparition. Les concepts de responsabilité sociale et d'informatique verte prennent de l'ampleur. Face à tous ces défis, les départements informatiques se doivent de repenser la stratégie d'administration de leurs centres de données. Cette diapositive fait ressortir les principales tendances (certaines d'entre elles figurent parmi les priorités des DSI (directeurs des services de l'information) et influent directement sur le centre de données).Croissance rapideSource : Statistique des 2/3 : TechTarget, Data Center Purchasing Intentions Survey, 2007Statistiques 74 % et 43 % : Microsoft Research, Datacenter Trends, n=1400, Mars 07VirtualisationSource : Statistique 66 % : TechTarget, SearchDataCenterPurchasing Intentions Survey, 200781 % : CIO Research. 2008. Virtualization in the enterprisesurvey : Yourvirtualized state in 2008. CIO Magazine (Janvier). Responsabilité socialeSource :5 % d'ici 2009 : Environmental Protection Agency, Report to Congress on Server and Data Center EnergyEfficiency, Août 07Conformité et processusSource :Budget des DSI : L'étude de Gartner explique que les dépenses engagées pour la conformité et la gouvernance d'entreprise représentent de 10 à 15 % du budget informatique 2006 d'une entreprise (voir InformationWeek)50 % en : L'Europe et les États-Unis tiennent le haut du pavé en termes de gouvernance informatique (Vivian Yeo, Special to CNET News.com), Publication : 28 février 2008
  • Pour commencer, je vous propose de poser noir sur blanc quelques définitions qui nous permettront de gagner du temps dans la discussion.(première animation)Tout d’abord, le sujet dont nous allons parler aujourd'hui, c’est avant tout chose d’infrastructures informatiques, et plus précisément de celles qui assurent le fonctionnement des backoffice. Ces infrastructures sont celles présentes dans vos datacenter depuis des 10aines d’années.La pression qui s’applique à ces infrastructures augmente: que ce soit du fait de la prolifération des serveurs, du coût de la capacité d’acceuil, de la contraction des time to market, de l’intégration de partenaires ou des acquisitions …etc …(seconde animation)L’externalisation de tout ou partie de cette infra. chez des partenaires fait très souvent parti de ce paysage. (animation)À l’autre bout du spectre, des datacenter internet ont hémergé et cru pour offrir soit au grand public soit aux entreprise des logiciels sous forme de service: hotmail fut pour notre part un premier exemple, étendu depuis à MS Online Services ou XBOX live. Un point intéressant étant que ces grands data center sont de véritables laboratoires pour mettre au point de nouvelle génération de logiciels d’infrastructure. (animation)Entre ces 2 extrémités, nous avons tout le spectre des services: infrastructure (pour prendre la place de matériels) ou plateforme (pour développer de nouvelle génération d’application)Microsoft est probablement le seul acteur
  • partant de l’infra traditionnel, nous savons la faire évolué vers un datacentervirtualisé ; 80% des etp ont commencé dans cette voie, mais pour seulement 20% de leur serveurs. Le challenge essentiel dans cette démarche est le contrôle que l’on garde sur l’infrastructure, car une fois dématérialisée, elle est encore plus difficile à gérer. De cette phase, on peut attendre traditionnellement une diminution significative des CAPEX; par contre, faites attention aux coûts d’exploitation qui peuvent augmenter: en effet la virtualisation introduit une compléxité supplémentaire qui doit être gérée. La 3è étape, c’est le cloud privé, caractérisé par une automatisation poussée de ces processus de management, des démarches de self-service et de facturation  à l’usage pour vos clients interne, ou externes. Il peut être hébergé chez vous, ou outsourcé ;  le différentiateur par rapport au cloud public est que vous gardez un certains contrôle l’infrastructure.Enfin la 4è possibilité, c’est le cloud public, idéal pour des services en ligne tel que messagerie ou autre. L’avenir est probablement dans l’assemblage d’applications hybrides qui reposeront sur un mix de ces 3 derniers modèles.
  • microsoft occupe une position unique par rapport à cette évolution ; nous offrons les éléments de construction pour vos datacenter ; nous les adaptons pour nos partenaires qui sont vos outsourcer ; et enfin, nous les utilisons nous même pour offrir au grand public ou au entreprise ces services sur nos propres cloud (hotmail .. plus grosse messagerie hostée, xbox live, … ) Et comme nous opérons ces datacenter, nous constatons ce qui est nécessaire dans les produits et les méthodologies, et faisons évoluernotreoffre en conséquence. Une force importante est lacompatiblité des technologies pour ces 3 types de DC
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  • Conceptually, we can view the architecture in terms of the four tiers shown here.Infrastructure Operating Environment: is a shared-services engine that provisions and adapts application environments on the fly, to instantly respond to business demands. Accelerate the delivery of application environments In a predictable, repeatable way That makes the most efficient use of IT resources and staff time. Drives high levels of standardization that frees administrator time and IT capacity to support business goals more effectivelyBenefits:Delivers new services in minutes instead of months Optimize infrastructure and resource utilization confidentlyProtects continuity and quality of services Flex Fabric: can connect 1000’s of servers to a virtualized, high performance and low-latency network that consolidates multiple protocols into a single fabric to dramatically lower network complexity and cost. Moves network intelligence away from the core and closer to the server edgeSsimplifies today’s hierarchical, complex and inflexible networkingImproves overall network performance, utilization and flexibility. Wire-once approach to adapt connections and performance to meet changes in workload demand and to move workloads across or between data centersBenefits:Flexibility for reduce cost and complexityScales capacity to match application demand on the fly – Instantly migrates connections as applications move Predictable performance and quality of service and securityVirtual Resource pools: purpose-built systems able to create adaptive, shared capacity that can be combined, divided and repurposed to match any application demand faster and more efficiently. Carve up or combine capacity Optimized for a variety of applications. Use more of what you have, scale easilyBenefits:Increases total utilizationEnsures resiliency and flexibility to support any application on any resourceAccelerates standardization to enable higher levels of automation and increase productivityProtects investments Data Center Smart Grid: Energy-efficient systems aren’t enoughMust measure and manage energy use. We are the leaders.The HP Data Center Smart Grid creates an intelligent, energy-aware environment the entire data center, including IT and facilities. Reduce energy costs, increase facility capacity and life of the data center. Collects and communicates 1000’s of power and cooling measurements across IT systems and facilities in real-time Benefits:Provides insight and control over energy costs and environmental impactReduces operating costs required to power and cooling IT systemsImproves reliability Increases the capacity and useful lifespan of the data center
  • Conceptually, we can view the architecture in terms of the four tiers shown here.Infrastructure Operating Environment: is a shared-services engine that provisions and adapts application environments on the fly, to instantly respond to business demands. Accelerate the delivery of application environments In a predictable, repeatable way That makes the most efficient use of IT resources and staff time. Drives high levels of standardization that frees administrator time and IT capacity to support business goals more effectivelyBenefits:Delivers new services in minutes instead of months Optimize infrastructure and resource utilization confidentlyProtects continuity and quality of services Flex Fabric: can connect 1000’s of servers to a virtualized, high performance and low-latency network that consolidates multiple protocols into a single fabric to dramatically lower network complexity and cost. Moves network intelligence away from the core and closer to the server edgeSsimplifies today’s hierarchical, complex and inflexible networkingImproves overall network performance, utilization and flexibility. Wire-once approach to adapt connections and performance to meet changes in workload demand and to move workloads across or between data centersBenefits:Flexibility for reduce cost and complexityScales capacity to match application demand on the fly – Instantly migrates connections as applications move Predictable performance and quality of service and securityVirtual Resource pools: purpose-built systems able to create adaptive, shared capacity that can be combined, divided and repurposed to match any application demand faster and more efficiently. Carve up or combine capacity Optimized for a variety of applications. Use more of what you have, scale easilyBenefits:Increases total utilizationEnsures resiliency and flexibility to support any application on any resourceAccelerates standardization to enable higher levels of automation and increase productivityProtects investments Data Center Smart Grid: Energy-efficient systems aren’t enoughMust measure and manage energy use. We are the leaders.The HP Data Center Smart Grid creates an intelligent, energy-aware environment the entire data center, including IT and facilities. Reduce energy costs, increase facility capacity and life of the data center. Collects and communicates 1000’s of power and cooling measurements across IT systems and facilities in real-time Benefits:Provides insight and control over energy costs and environmental impactReduces operating costs required to power and cooling IT systemsImproves reliability Increases the capacity and useful lifespan of the data center
  • One of the foundations of the Blade Scale architecture is commonality … it’s engineered into every level of the architectureThe bottom line for a customer is --- with a multi-purpose architecture like this, we’ve built a common compute platform for the data center. This allows customers to repurpose assets and extend their lives. Even, at the simplest level, the ability to have common spare parts can reduce costs immediately for our customers. You may have seen in our demo that you can swap out power supplies, fans, some interface cards etc. This means instant, onsite, reusable spares that work across your systems.With a multi-purpose architecture like this, you can tier apps across enclosures …. SD2, C7000 --- you’ll have a consistent and predictable architecture, power usage, hw design, not matter how you tier and parcel out the apps Let’s go through these common elements.Common Management Foundation of this is the Matrix operating environment, powered by Insight Dynamics Key elements here include Onboard Administrator and iLO3 for systems management … you can see the image here of our common Onboard Administrator moduleCommon NetworkingThe common networking paradigm for all systems, x86 to Superdome) is Virtual connect.Common EnclosuresThe c3000 and the c7000 are now the common building blocks for all Proliant and Integrity servers.  Even Superdome 2 is based on the c7000 design .. .the bottom ½ of a SD enclosure is identical to a C7000. SD2 has an extension for its high performance, fault tolerant fabric. Common Server ArchitectureIncludes common blades designs and form factors.   This means that blades can be interchanged.  This includes storage blades as well. Extra notes here on a common strategy for CPU/Processors if asked ……Today’s Blade Scale Architecture: current Intel Itanium processor (Intel® Itanium® 9300 )Xeon Processor = Nehalem-EXIntel intends to tap Xeon volume economics to benefit Itanium AND to benefit Xeon by bringing mission-critical capabilities (RAS) from the Itanium sideWhile today’s Itanium & Xeon products have many unique platform technologies, our next-generation Xeon and Itanium platforms will introduce several new common platform ingredients for design synergy and capabilities for alignment across the two platforms. Common interconnect (Intel ® QuickPath Interconnect)Common memory sub-system (Dual Integrated Memory Controllers, Intel Scalable Memory Interconnect, Intel 7500 Scalable Memory Buffers, DDR3 memory)Common I/O Sub-system i.e. Intel 7500 Chipset, ICH10 (I/O Control Hub), and 1 GbE / 10GbE components.Advanced RASThese common elements speed innovation, add design and manufacturing efficiency, and enable customers to use a streamlined and flexible infrastructure for virtualization, management, power/thermal management, etc across both architecturesMarginal cost of investing in Itanium is not that much, given investment in x86 stream
  • One of the foundations of the Blade Scale architecture is commonality … it’s engineered into every level of the architectureThe bottom line for a customer is --- with a multi-purpose architecture like this, we’ve built a common compute platform for the data center. This allows customers to repurpose assets and extend their lives. Even, at the simplest level, the ability to have common spare parts can reduce costs immediately for our customers. You may have seen in our demo that you can swap out power supplies, fans, some interface cards etc. This means instant, onsite, reusable spares that work across your systems.With a multi-purpose architecture like this, you can tier apps across enclosures …. SD2, C7000 --- you’ll have a consistent and predictable architecture, power usage, hw design, not matter how you tier and parcel out the apps Let’s go through these common elements.Common Management Foundation of this is the Matrix operating environment, powered by Insight Dynamics Key elements here include Onboard Administrator and iLO3 for systems management … you can see the image here of our common Onboard Administrator moduleCommon NetworkingThe common networking paradigm for all systems, x86 to Superdome) is Virtual connect.Common EnclosuresThe c3000 and the c7000 are now the common building blocks for all Proliant and Integrity servers.  Even Superdome 2 is based on the c7000 design .. .the bottom ½ of a SD enclosure is identical to a C7000. SD2 has an extension for its high performance, fault tolerant fabric. Common Server ArchitectureIncludes common blades designs and form factors.   This means that blades can be interchanged.  This includes storage blades as well. Extra notes here on a common strategy for CPU/Processors if asked ……Today’s Blade Scale Architecture: current Intel Itanium processor (Intel® Itanium® 9300 )Xeon Processor = Nehalem-EXIntel intends to tap Xeon volume economics to benefit Itanium AND to benefit Xeon by bringing mission-critical capabilities (RAS) from the Itanium sideWhile today’s Itanium & Xeon products have many unique platform technologies, our next-generation Xeon and Itanium platforms will introduce several new common platform ingredients for design synergy and capabilities for alignment across the two platforms. Common interconnect (Intel ® QuickPath Interconnect)Common memory sub-system (Dual Integrated Memory Controllers, Intel Scalable Memory Interconnect, Intel 7500 Scalable Memory Buffers, DDR3 memory)Common I/O Sub-system i.e. Intel 7500 Chipset, ICH10 (I/O Control Hub), and 1 GbE / 10GbE components.Advanced RASThese common elements speed innovation, add design and manufacturing efficiency, and enable customers to use a streamlined and flexible infrastructure for virtualization, management, power/thermal management, etc across both architecturesMarginal cost of investing in Itanium is not that much, given investment in x86 stream
  • Changer logo par Logo IE 9Message ici : Tout d’abord le Cloud c’est pas nouveau nouveau chez Microsoft, cela fait des années (plus de 10 ans) que nous proposons au grand public des services quevousconnaisseztous.Quelqueschiffres pour illustrer un peul’importance de ses services et démontrernotreexpériencedans le domaine de l’administration et la mise à disposition de services cloud à nosutilisateurs / clients.
  • Private Cloud/Classified support possible via partners or nativeExamplesServerVault or other partner hostsSpecific enclave within Microsoft datacenterExperience will reveal components eligible for public cloud
  • Standard version – shared environment; no minimums and no maximums; cheaper; OCS not included although part of roadmap and will be includedDedicated version – dedicated environment; additional server features; minimum 5000 seats3 Tenets:Provide customer choiceSell through partnersDrive toward server/service parity
  • Rapid deployment required Less than 5,000 seats required Cost efficiency a key focus Global business  greater than 5000 seats Advance server features required Dedicated hardware/storage environment required
  • Each workload can be sold separatelyPurchase as a discounted suite
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