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VMware vSphere 6 & Horizon View 6.1 – What's New ?

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VMware vSphere® 6.0 permet aux utilisateurs de virtualiser leurs applications verticales et horizontales en toute sécurité, redéfinit les besoins en disponibilité et simplifie la gestion du datacenter virtuel. Cette version majeure offre une infrastructure à la demande, hautement disponible et fiable qui constitue la base idéale pour tout environnement de Cloud Computing.

Horizon 6, la suite logicielle VDI de VMware, ajoute le support des postes de travail virtuels Linux, en plus de l’environnement Windows de Microsoft. L’éditeur de Palo Alto a lancé un programme d'accès précoce pour les clients désirant tester en avant-première Horizon 6 avec les distributions Linux de Red Hat et Ubuntu sur des ordinateurs distants et des terminaux mobiles.

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VMware vSphere 6 & Horizon View 6.1 – What's New ?

  1. 1. © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved Digicomp Event 29 septembre 2015 Jean ULRICH
  2. 2. 2-2 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Digicomp Event, le 29 septembre 2015 What’s New vSphere 6 vRealize Operations Manager Horizon View
  3. 3. 2-3 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New vSphere 6 (U1)
  4. 4. 2-4 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New New Features of the vSphere 6 Platform vSphere  6   New  Feature  or  Enhancement   VMware ESXi™   Scalability improvements   Security   Virtual Machines   Compatibility with ESXi 6   Extended Guest operating system support   Virtual NUMA   vCenter Server   VMware Platform Services Controller™   Enhanced Link Mode   Certificate Management   VMware vCenter Server™ Appliance™   VMware vSphere® vMotion®   VMware vSphere® High Availability   VMware vSphere® Fault Tolerance   vSphere Storage   Virtual Volumes   VMware vSphere® Data Protection™   VMware vSphere® Replication™   vSphere Networking   VMware vSphere® Network I/O Control  
  5. 5. 2-5 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New You use the vSphere Web Client to connect to vCenter Server systems and to manage vSphere inventory objects. About the vSphere Web Client
  6. 6. 2-6 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New The vCenter Server Appliance ISO image contains an index.html file. Open this file in a supported browser to begin the installation. Accessing vCenter Server Appliance
  7. 7. 2-7 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New vCenter Server Appliance can now scale to support the same numbers that vCenter Server installed on a Windows server can support: §  1,000 hosts per vCenter Server system §  10,000 powered-on virtual machines per vCenter Server system §  64 ESXi hosts per cluster §  8,000 virtual machines per cluster vCenter Server Appliance Enhancements
  8. 8. 2-8 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New vSphere vMotion has the following enhancements: §  Migrate across virtual switches. §  Migrate across vCenter Server systems. •  MAC addresses are preserved in migrations across vCenter Server instances. §  Migrate long distance: •  At least 100 ms RTT. •  Intracontinental distances can be supported. §  Separate TCP stack for vSphere vMotion vSphere vMotion Enhancements
  9. 9. 2-9 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Storage in vSphere 6 has several changes and enhancements: §  Virtual Volumes §  Storage policy-based management §  NFS v4.1 with Kerberos §  Multisite content libraries vSphere Storage Enhancements
  10. 10. 2-10 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Virtual SAN 6 introduces the following new features and enhancements: §  Scalability improvements Virtual SAN 6 Scalability Enhancements Virtual SAN 5.5 Virtual SAN 5.5 Hybrid Virtual SAN 6 All Flash Hosts per Cluster 32 64 64 2x Virtual Machines per Host 100 200 200 2x IOPS per Host 20K 40K 90K 4.5x Snapshot Depth per Virtual Machine 2 32 32 16x Virtual Disk Size 2 TB 62 TB 62 TB 31x Virtual Machines per Cluster 3200 6400 6400 2x
  11. 11. 2-11 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Performance improvements: §  New on-disk format §  Snapshots and clones enhancements §  Use flash devices for the capacity layer Virtual SAN 6 Performance Enhancements
  12. 12. 2-12 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Availability improvements: §  Fault domains: The grouping of hosts in a Virtual SAN cluster that have different logical failure zones. Operational improvements: §  Default virtual machine storage policy §  Lighting LED on disks through UI for ease of identity §  Mark disks as local or as flash through UI §  Disk evacuation granularity Virtual SAN 6 Availability and Operational Enhancements Rack A Rack B Virtual SAN Cluster Fault Domain A Fault Domain B Fault Domain C
  13. 13. 2-13 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New vSphere Fault Tolerance provides instantaneous failover and continuous operation: §  Zero downtime §  Zero data loss §  No loss of TCP connections §  No dependency §  No application-specific management vSphere Fault Tolerance ESXi Primary Virtual Machine Secondary Virtual Machine Instantaneous Failover Fast Checkpointing
  14. 14. 2-14 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New The content library is a repository of virtual machine templates, vApps, ISO images, and scripts for vSphere administrators. The content library can be easily shared and synchronized across vCenter Server instances. About the Content Library
  15. 15. 2-15 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New The content library has three types: local, published, and subscribed. Content Library Subscription Types Local Library of content that you control Published Local library that makes content available for subscription Subscribed Library that syncs with a published library On-Demand >>>> Library Content •  Immediately download all library content Download library content only when needed Saves storage backing space. Only metadata is retrieved. Content is downloaded as needed when creating virtual machines or synchronizing content Automatic >>>> Metadata
  16. 16. 2-16 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New §  Bandwidth admission control validates that the virtual machine reservation can be met. §  If the reservation cannot be met on the current host, vSphere DRS places the virtual machine on a host that has the capacity to guarantee the bandwidth reserved for the virtual machine. Bandwidth Admission Control in vSphere DRS Distributed Switch ESX host1 VM2 VM1 Reservation: 600Mbps Uplink 1 Gpbs VM reservation: 600 Mpbs per Uplink ESX host2 Uplink 1 Gpbs VM reservation: 600 Mpbs per Uplink Reservation: 600 Mbps VM3 Reservation: 600 Mbps VM Network Traffic Reservation: 600 Mbps Reservation cannot be met.
  17. 17. 2-17 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New vRealize Operations Manager
  18. 18. 2-18 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New VMware vRealize™ Operations™ provides heterogeneous management capabilities that support: §  Virtual and physical infrastructures. §  Public, private, and hybrid clouds. Overview of vRealize Operations Cloud Operations Console Extensibility Integrated Management Disciplines Performance ComplianceConfigurationCapacityAvailability Platform Application Visibility LogsAnalytics Reporting/ Alerting Automation SDK Management Packs APIs vRealize Operations
  19. 19. 2-19 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New The vRealize Operations Manager console is the central point of management for your environment. vRealize Operations Manager Console Home Alerts Environment Content Administration
  20. 20. 2-20 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New vRealize Operations Manager provides visibility across all layers of the infrastructure. Operations Visibility Immediate Issues Emerging Issues Opportunities to Optimize Host memory contention is contributing to degraded health. You can click this alert to investigate the issue.Coverage Across the Entire Environment
  21. 21. 2-21 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Alerts reduce the mean time to investigate issues. Recommendations reduce the mean time to resolve issues in the environment. Reduced Time to Investigate and Resolve Issues Which symptoms across the stack are causing this problem? What are the recommendations to resolve this issue?
  22. 22. 2-22 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Using Capacity Projects, you can rapidly experiment with, visualize, and schedule prospective changes to your environment. Predictive Capacity Modeling
  23. 23. 2-23 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Compliance is about ensuring that objects in your environment meet industrial, governmental, regulatory, or internal standards. vRealize Operations Manager provides vSphere hardening content with the vSphere solution: §  Alerts §  Symptoms §  Views §  Dashboards Compliance can be enforced against metrics derived from symptoms. Integrated Compliance
  24. 24. 2-24 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New VMware provides several solutions for vRealize Operations Manager. The following is a partial list of solutions: §  Management Pack for vRealize Configuration Manager §  Management Pack for vRealize Hyperic §  Management Pack for Storage Devices §  Management Pack for vRealize Infrastructure Navigator §  Management Pack for NSX-vSphere §  Management Pack for vCloud Air §  To download a solution for vRealize Operations Manager, go to the VMware Solution Exchange at https://solutionexchange.vmware.com VMware Solutions
  25. 25. 2-25 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Horizon View 6.0, 6.1, 6.1.1 et 6.2
  26. 26. 2-26 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Horizon 6 and Horizon View Architecture
  27. 27. 2-27 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Cloud Pod Architecture Feature Overview: §  Enable View deployments across multiple data centers §  New data layer replicated across all View Connection Servers §  Support single namespace for end users with a global URL §  Global entitlement layer to assign and manage desktops and users Benefits: §  Scale View deployments to multiple data centers and > 10,000 sessions §  Supports active-active and disaster recovery use cases for View deployments §  Support for geo-roaming users Federated View Pods Pod 1 VCS 1 VCS 2 LDAP Replication Pod 2 VCS 3 VCS 4 LDAP Replication Global LDAP Replication Interpod communication
  28. 28. 2-28 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Overview: §  VMware Horizon™ Mobile™ client §  Mobile and tablet clients: •  iOS •  Android Hosted Applications for Mobile Client Support with View
  29. 29. 2-29 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Overview: §  Remote applications with a local experience §  Seamless look, feel, and interaction for the user §  Desktops and laptops: •  Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 •  Mac OS X §  Integration with native local client device OS: •  Copy, paste, shortcuts, and application launcher Hosted Applications for Windows and Mac with View
  30. 30. 2-30 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Hosted Applications and Desktops with View View Virtual Desktops RDS Desktops RDS Applications
  31. 31. 2-31 © 2015 VMware Inc. All rights reserved VMware vSphere: What’s New Linux Virtual Desktops Linux Virtual Desktop Support Linux virtual desktops in the Enterprise §  New functionality to enable the Blast Protocol from the Horizon Client §  Linux virtual desktops only §  Supports Windows, Mac and Linux clients §  Secure WebSocket protocol (HTTPS) §  Supports vDGA for direct pass-through of NIVIDIA GRID Benefits §  Introduce even more use cases for Linux desktops §  3D CAD/CAM §  Scientific modelling §  Lower cost alternative than Windows VDI Overview

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