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You voiced your concerns. VMware listened: Major Adjustments to vSphere 5 licensing

  1. 1. August 10th, 2011<br />You voiced your concerns. VMware listened.Major Adjustments to vSphere 5 licensing <br />
  2. 2. Softchoice at a Glance<br /><ul><li>920 employees
  3. 3. More than 100 pre-sales resources
  4. 4. Traded on TSX Symbol: SO
  5. 5. US$884 million in revenues (2010)*
  6. 6. Top 4 VMware Reseller
  7. 7. 45 Branch offices
  8. 8. 15,000 North American Customers</li></ul>*Total Imputed Revenue of US$1. 874 billion<br />**Computer Dealer News Magazine<br />
  9. 9. Agenda<br />Understanding the Key Driver for Licensing Change<br />vSphere 5: Licensing Changes<br />Edition Consolidation and Upgrade Rights<br />vRAM Definition and Entitlements<br />New Announcements on August 2nd<br />vSphere 4: Staying Put<br />Downgrade Rights<br />VMware Support Model<br />Questions and Answers<br />Please include any questions in the chat window to the presenter and host<br />
  10. 10. vSphere 5: License ChangesEdition Consolidation<br />vSphere 4.x<br />vSphere 5.0<br />Enterprise Plus<br />Enterprise Plus<br />Enterprise<br />Enterprise<br />Advanced<br />Standard<br />Standard<br />Essentials Plus<br />Essentials Plus<br />Essentials<br />Essentials<br />
  11. 11. Understanding the Key Driver for Licensing Change<br />Moore’s Law states the number of transistors will double every two years<br />RAM moving forward will be a better indicator of the number of VMs running on a host <br />Customers can now leverage advanced CPU capacity<br />
  12. 12. vSphere 5 licensing announced July 12th<br />!<br />
  13. 13. What is vRAM?<br />Assigning a certain amount of vRAM is a required step in the creation of a virtual machine<br />vRAM ≠ physical RAM<br />
  14. 14. vSphere 5: License ChangesvRAM Pool Definition<br />Atransferable, virtualization-based entitlement of RAM<br />When a VM is powered on the vRAM configured for that virtual machine counts against the total vRAM<br />vSphere 5.0-CPU license editions provide a certain vRAMcapacity<br />vRAM Pool<br />32GB<br />32GB<br />32GB<br />32GB<br />VMware vCenter Server<br />vSphere Ent <br />vSphere Ent <br />1<br />1<br />1<br />1<br />CPU<br />CPU<br />CPU<br />CPU<br />Host A<br />Host B<br />vRAM ≠ physical RAM<br />
  15. 15. vRAM Entitlements on July 12th<br />
  16. 16. Summary of Customer and Partner Feedback<br />Feedback<br />VMware Response<br />Customers were concerned about their future-looking business cases that have been based on future hardware capabilities and the previous vSphere 4 licensing model.<br />Substantially raise the vRAM entitlements for each vSphere edition<br />Creates additional hesitation for virtualizing business critical apps<br />Cap the amount of vRAM consumed per VM at 96GB*<br />Penalizes short lived usage “spikes” in test / development & transient VMs<br />Calculate a 12 month average of consumed vRAM rather than a high water mark<br />Makes vSphere for VDI expensive<br />Already addressed with vSphere Desktop edition licensed per user<br />
  17. 17. Previously Announced vs New vRAM entitlements<br />This limit is GB of physical RAM per physical server<br />
  18. 18. Calculate vRAM based on12 month average vs high water mark<br />High water mark<br />Average<br />
  19. 19. vSphere 5: License ChangesExample Enterprise Configuration<br />Enterprise<br />CPU<br />Enterprise<br />CPU<br />Enterprise<br />CPU<br />Enterprise<br />CPU<br />256GB<br />POOL of vRAM<br />64GB x 4<br />=<br />=<br /><ul><li>No limit on the number of VMs
  20. 20. Maximum memory allocated to the VMs is limited
  21. 21. To see more vRAM than allowed in processor licenses:
  22. 22. Add more processor licenses
  23. 23. Upgrade Versions</li></ul>64GB vRAM<br />64GB vRAM<br />64GB vRAM<br />64GB vRAM<br />
  24. 24. vSphere 4: Staying PutDowngrade Rights and Support Model<br />Only the vSphere 5 SKU will be available on the Q3 2011 release<br />vSphere 5 licenses include the right to downgrade one version<br /> VMware supports two versions back so vSphere 4 support will be available<br />
  25. 25. In Summary<br />Get an understanding of the amount of RAM you have allocated to VMs<br />Leverage the free 60-day evaluation of vCenter Operations Manager to help gather the information<br />
  26. 26. Contact Softchoice <br />Softchoice &VMware <br /><ul><li>Top 5 Reseller in North America
  27. 27. VMware Authorized Consultant
  28. 28. Softchoice on VMware Technical Advisory Board
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  30. 30. Licensing Expertise
  31. 31. Dedicated Pre-Sales Expertise
  32. 32. Assessment Services</li></ul>Email vmware@softchoice.com<br />