2Internal slide only – do not show AM, ATS, SSP, TSP, PTA, OC repSpeaker:Windows Server 2012 R2 OverviewTitle of presentation:Length of presentation:45 mins + Q&AAudience:Enterprise customers & service providersSales cycle alignment:20%–40%Owner:Max Herrmann (maxher)Deck objectives:Land how Windows Server 2012 R2 advances customers along their journey to the cloudShowcase Microsoft’s continued delivery against the Cloud OS promise
3About this presentation Talks about capabilities and features that are currently being planned for delivery in Windows Server 2012 R2Capabilities/ features are subject to changeScreen captures or concepts shown are for illustration onlyDisclaimerThis presentation contains preliminary information that may be changed substantially prior to final commercial release of the software described herein.The information contained in this presentation represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation on the issues discussed as of the date of the presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information presented after the date of the presentation. This presentation is for informational purposes only.Some information relates to pre-released product which may be substantially modified before it’s commercially released. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.Microsoft may have patents, patent applications, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property rights covering subject matter in this presentation. Except as expressly provided in any written license agreement from Microsoft, the furnishing of this information does not give you any license to these patents, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property.
4Agenda Trends Windows Server: Das Cloud OS 3/28/2017AgendaTrendsWindows Server: Das Cloud OSHerausforderungen und Chancen für KundenWindows Server ImpulseWindows Server 2012 R2: Überblick der FunktionenWarum Sie Windows Server 2012 R2 wählen solltenNächste Schritte
6Das Cloud OS Moderne Plattform für Ihre Apps CUSTOMERSERVICE PROVIDERWINDOWS AZURETransformiert das RechenzentrumErmöglicht People-Centric IT1CONSISTENT PLATFORMBietet flexiblen DatenzugriffErmöglicht moderne AppsWith this transformation underway, the traditional approaches to IT are no longer adequate. Customers need a different approach in this new era of IT. Microsoft’s Cloud OS vision is to provide customers with one consistent platform for infrastructure, apps and data - spanning customer datacenters, hosting service provider datacenters, and the Microsoft public cloud.They need a unified strategy and a consistent platform that:Transforms the Datacenter: …in many ways moving the unit of compute from the single server to the datacenter level. Customers need an infrastructure which provides a generational leap in agility, elasticity, and scalablity across a set of shared resources with more automation and self-service.Customers are also focused on Enabling Modern Apps: Today’s apps need to interact with other apps built on multiple platforms and languages; and they need to live on-premises or off-premises and be delivered out to multiple devices.With the explosion of data, customers need a platform that Unlocks Insights on Any Data. To better compete, customers need to tap into growing data volumes, especially with unstructured data, or “Big Data”, to ask new questions and discover new data sources which they can combine with existing data for new insights.And finally with the proliferation and range of new devices, companies need to Empower People-Centric IT. Today’s users expect to be productive wherever they choose, on whatever device they choose, and IT needs to easily manage these devices and securely deliver apps and data in an extended, mobile environment.And at Microsoft, we have been learning by delivering global scale services from our datacenters what is required from this new era of IT, and we have taken what we’ve learned, together with the trends and technology innovations, and built them into our core products to deliver the modern platform, which we call the Cloud OS. Our unique experience in running massive online services is at the heart of the Cloud OS and the heart of our products. We engineer these products from the “cloud up” which means every customer benefits from what we’ve learned.And this is not just about the software that we provide to our customers to run in their IT environments. This is fundamentally about consistency. Only Microsoft provides a consistent platform across customers’ datacenters, the Windows Azure datacenters run by Microsoft, and hosted IT environments run by service providers. This is really a unique and differentiated approach for our company.This consistency spans many facets including:How apps are developed in a flexible way, including Microsoft and open sourceProviding a unified and consistent management approach across these datacenters.And a complete data platform.Having a common identity and security approach.That enabled integrated virtualizationDEVELOPMENTMANAGEMENTDATAIDENTITYVIRTUALIZATION
9Herausforderungen und Chancen für Kunden Rechenzentrumslösung mit geringeren Infrastruktur-kosten und Einsparungen bei den Betriebskosten durch gesteigerte Betriebs-effizienz.Rechenzentrumslösung mit Unterstützung für moderne Self-Service Anwendungen und Automatisierung von wiederkehrenden Tasks.Rechenzentrumslösung mit weitreichender Cross-Plattform Interoperabilität.Rechenzentrumslösung, die verschiedenste Endgeräte unterstützt und Unternehmensdaten absichert.One of the key things that all of us have got to do and some of our core responsibilities, most of you in this room are responsible for infrastructure in your organizations and you have a service level, you've got Spielraum,, and the demands that are being asked of you are continually escalating, they're going up. Your budgets usually are staying about the same. But you're being asked to deliver this elastic, always-available, highly scalable fabric across all your customers' needs.If you are an ITPro in an enterprise, you are really trying to get ahead of some of the mundane tasks that are simply keeping the lights on in your datacenter, and instead focus on impactful projects that can help your organization achieve a substantial competitive advantage in the market, while being a great partner to your applications owners.If you are an ITPro in a service provider organization, you are likely mostly concerned about how to differentiate your offerings so you can better compete with the Googles and Amazons of the world. Being able to quickly offer new, value-add application services while keeping laser focus on your costs will make your business more successful.Whether you are a professional services provider company or providing professional IT services within your company, there are a few things that you will want to expect from a modern datacenter and cloud solution; you want to be able to:- Lower infrastructure cost and increase operational efficiencies- Automate repeatable tasks to focus on strategic projects- Benefit from a high level of cross-platform interoperability- Build and deploy modern, self-service and highly available applications that can span datacenters- Unify your device environment and protect your corporate information so you can empower your usersHerausforderungen:End User wollen von unterschiedlichsten Endgeräten auf Unternehmensdaten zugreifen.Verringerte IT Budgets, obwohl die Anforderungen an die IT steigen.Komplexität durch unterschiedliche Infrastruktur in den Rechenzentren.Anforderung nach permanenter Verfügbarkeit der Systeme lässt weniger Spielraum, um auf Anwenderbedürfnisse zu reagieren.Effizienter Rechenzentrumsbetrieb für die Kundenumgebung.Der Bedarf, Kunden differenzierte Dienste anzubieten.Rechenzentrumslösung mit Unterstützung für moderne Self-Service Anwendungen und Automatisierung von wiederkehrenden Tasks.Rechenzentrumslösung mit weitreichender Cross-Plattform Interoperabilität.Rechenzentrumslösung die verschiedenste Endgeräte unterstützt und Unternehmensdaten absichert.Rechenzentrumslösung mit geringeren Infrastruktur-kosten und Einsparungen bei den Betriebskosten durch gesteigerte Betriebs-effizienz.9
12High-Performance Live Migration Verbesserte Live Migration Performance mit Komprimierung oder RDMA-fähigen NetzwerkadapternFür Netzwerkverbindungen <10GBit sorgt die Live Migration Compression für bestmögliche Performance – 2fache Leistungssteigerung für typische WorkloadsFür Netzwerkverbindungen >10GBit sorgt Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) Offloading für bestmögliche Performance mit geringer CPU Auslastung und Transferraten von bis zu 56Gb/sWindows Server 2012 R2 unterstützt RoCE, iWARP und Infiniband RDMA LösungenComputeNetworkRDMA bietet geringe CPU Latenzund Netzwerkauslastung.Virtual MachineVirtual MachineLets consider a simplistic scenario:You have a client and server. You want to request data of say 500k from the client – this typically goes through the TCP/IP stack, you place a request for getting the data to the server, the data gets read, gets broken down into smaller packets, transferred back to you. You assimilate all these packets into the 500k data that you asked for and send it back up. All this takes CPU resources. You cant send the entire 500k at once no matter how fast your NIC is. You still have to chop it down into small packets and send it up and down the stack. Now think about having multiple NICs doing a lot of IO intensive operations. Your CPU is just busy doing this over and over again. You don’t want your CPU to be used for this – you want it to work on servicing database requests, indexing and so on.We worked with a lot of network adapter vendors to bring a class of specialized NICs to support high speed data transfers with SMB Direct into Windows Server These NICs have a better CPU in them and support Remote Direct Memory Access or RDMA so that they can transfer data between them without involving the host CPU.How does it work – I need to read 500k of data. First I find out a place in memory where that data should reside, then I register that with the NIC and get a token back. I send this token back to the other side through SMB direct and say I need to read 500k of data. Now the host uses this token, identifies the memory that needs to be copied, passes the memory location and the token to the NIC and says this is the data that needs to be transferred, why don’t you guys just talk with each other and transfer the data over. So the two NICs actually do the transfer. The two CPUs are now busy doing something else. RDMA can be incredibly fast – 1-2 ms latency when doing transfers. We support Infiniband, RoCE and iWARP network interfaces.New in Windows Server 2012 R2, we are taking advantage of RDMA technology and are introducing it to Hyper-V live migrations taking advantage of the SMB protocol. As in the case with regular SMB file transfers, RDMA enables the offloading of CPU resources to NICs during live migration. This means that live migrations can now take advantage of high-speed networking, and they can also stream over multiple networks for improved bandwidth. Live migration with RDMA delivers the highest performance for live migrations, supporting transfer speeds of up to 56 GB/s.Schnelle Netzwerkverbindung20GB VerbindungNetworkAdapterNetworkAdapterGbE (Gigabit Ethernet) Netzwerk VerbindungServer mit Hyper-VServer mit Hyper-VLive Migration mit RDMA
14Physischer Memory Pool 3/28/2017Dynamic MemoryVirtual Machine 1Dynamic MemoryVerteilt den Speicher automatisch zwischen den laufenden virtuellen MaschinenNeu in R2: Support für Linux VMsMAXIMUMMEMORYMemory in VerwendungMAXIMUMMEMORYMemory in VerwendungMINIMUM MEMORYDer maximale Speicher kann ohne Neustart erhöht wardenWindows Server VerbesserungenMinimum MemoryHyper‑V Smart PagingMemory BallooningRuntime ConfigurationHyper-VNote: This slide is animated and has 1 clickDynamic Memory was introduced with Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and is used to reallocate memory between virtual machines that are running on a Hyper-V host. Improvements made within Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V includeMinimum memory setting – being able to set a minimum value for the memory assigned to a virtual machine that is lower than the startup memory settingHyper-V smart paging – which is paging that is used to enable a virtual machine to reboot while the Hyper-V host is under extreme memory pressureMemory ballooning – the technique used to reclaim unused memory from a virtual machine to be given to another virtual machine that has memory needsRuntime configuration – the ability to adjust the minimum memory setting and the maximum memory configuration setting on the fly while the virtual machine is running without requiring a reboot.Because a memory upgrade requires shutting down the virtual machine, a common challenge for administrators is upgrading the maximum amount of memory for a virtual machine as demand increases. For example, consider a virtual machine running SQL Server and configured with a maximum of 8 GB of RAM. Because of an increase in the size of the databases, the virtual machine now requires more memory. In Windows Server 2008 R2 with SP1, you must shut down the virtual machine to perform the upgrade, which requires planning for downtime and decreasing business productivity. With Windows Server 2012, you can apply that change while the virtual machine is running.[Click]As memory pressure on the virtual machine increases, an administrator can change the maximum memory value of the virtual machine, while it is running and without any downtime to the VM. Then, the Hot-Add memory process of the VM will ask for more memory and that memory is now available for the virtual machine to use.PhysicalmemorypoolPhysischer Memory PoolPhysicalmemorypool
15Dynamic Memory Vorteile 3/28/2017Dynamic MemoryVorteileHöhere KonsolidierungsratenVerbesserte Zuverlässigkeit von Hyper-V OperationenMöglichkeit den Maximalen Speicher ohne Downtime zu erhöhenVM1VM2MaximumMemoryMinimumVMnMinimumMemoryMaximumMaximumMemorySpeicherverwendungfür den SystemstartSpeicherverwendungnach dem SystemstartMinimumMemoryHyper‑VSmart Paging File Location liefert zusätzlichen Speicher für den SystemstartSpeicher wird nach dem Systemstart wieder frei gegebenNote: This slide is animated and has 2 clicksHyper-V Smart Paging is a memory management technique that uses disk resources as additional, temporary memory when more memory is required to restart a virtual machine. This approach has both advantages and drawbacks. It provides a reliable way to keep the virtual machines running when no physical memory is available. However, it can degrade virtual machine performance because disk access speeds are much slower than memory access speeds.To minimize the performance impact of Smart Paging, Hyper-V uses it only when all of the following occur:The virtual machine is being restarted.No physical memory is available.No memory can be reclaimed from other virtual machines that are running on the host.Hyper-V Smart Paging is not used when:A virtual machine is being started from an off state (instead of a restart).Oversubscribing memory for a running virtual machine would result.A virtual machine is failing over in Hyper-V clusters.Hyper-V continues to rely on internal guest paging when host memory is oversubscribed because it is more effective than Hyper-V Smart Paging. With internal guest paging, the paging operation inside virtual machines is performed by Windows Memory Manager. Windows Memory Manager has more information than does the Hyper-V host about memory use within the virtual machine, which means it can provide Hyper-V with better information to use when it chooses the memory to be paged. Because of this, internal guest paging incurs less overhead to the system than Hyper-V Smart Paging.In this example, we have multiple VMs running, and we are restarting the last virtual machine. Normally, that VM would be using some amount of memory between the Minimum and Maximum values. In this case, the Hyper-V host is running fairly loaded and there isn’t enough memory available to give the virtual machine all of the startup value needed to boot.[Click]When this occurs, a Hyper-V Smart Paging file is created for the VM to give it enough RAM to be able to start.After some time, the Hyper-V host will use the Dynamic Memory techniques like ballooning to pull the RAM away from this or other virtual machines to free up enough RAM to bring all of the Smart Paging contents back off of the disk.PhysischerMemoryPoolPhysischerMemoryPoolPhysischerMemoryPoolPhysischerMemoryPoolVirtuelle Maschine startet mit Hyper‑V Smart PagingSmart Paging wird nach dem Systemstart aufgelöst
17Storage Tiering Storage Spaces Inbox Storage Virtualisierung mit automatischem TieringVerbesserte und kostengünstige Storage Performance mit Industrie-Standard HardwareVerwendung von Solid State Drives (SSD) und Hard Disk Drives (HDD) für Tiering in Storage SpacesHigh Priority Files können an das SSD-Tier „gepinnt“ werdenSolid State DrivesStorage tieringHot DataThis slide talks about the variety of storage innovation that Microsoft is driving forward with Windows Server R2 for on-premises as well as cloud-integrated contexts. As their storage needs keep growing, customers have a great opportunity to drive up storage reliability while driving down costs/ complexity.Storage tieringStorage tiering is an exciting example of how we’re driving storage cost-performance with industry standard hardware. The key principle here is to use low cost-high capacity spinning disks to store less frequently used data and reserve the high-speed solid state disks to store frequently used data. Storage tiering builds on storage virtualization offered by Storage Spaces by assigning solid state drives (SSD) and hard disk drives (HDD) to the same storage pool and using them as different tiers in the same tiered space. Windows Server recognizes the tiers and optimizes them by moving often used “hot” data to the SSD tier. Windows tracks data temperature and moves data at the sub-file level; only “hot” regions of a file (VHD, database, etc.) need to move to SSDs, the “cold” regions can reside on HDDs.Additional talking points:Performance improvements in file-based application storage – This will build on the innovation Microsoft delivered in Windows Server 2012 to deliver greater performance in file-based storage for workloads, including SQL Server. As an example, we expect significant IOPS improvements for a few IO classes, including SQL OLTP workloads.StorSimple cloud-integrated storage and Windows Azure – We will continue to integrate StorSimple from an engineering, marketing and business model standpoint.Flexible data protection with Windows Azure Backup – Windows Azure Backup integrates with the familiar backup tools in Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 Essentials, and System Center 2012 Data Protection Manager so customers protect important server data offsite with automated backups to Azure, where it is available for easy data restoration. Windows Azure Backup is in public paid preview as of April As per current POR, we expect this service to be commercially available later this year.Cold DataHard Disk Drives
18Hyper-V Replica repliziert Änderungen Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery ManagerDatacenter ASystem CenterVirtual MachineManagerADSQLExchHealth MonitoringKonfigurationAnmeldungErstellen einesRecovery PlansHyper-V Replica repliziert ÄnderungenCreate a recovery planWindows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager helps simplify the task of delivering service availability. For organizations with two or more datacenters looking to protect vital workloads running in their private cloud, Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager enables them to combine Windows Azure, System Center and Hyper-V Replica to deliver business continuity of workloads. Note Currently, the Hyper-V Recovery Manager feature is being offered as a limited customer preview to customers selected via an application process.Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager provides:Automated Protection:Private clouds can be protected by automating the replication of the virtual machines that compose them at a secondary location. The ongoing asynchronous replication of each VM is provided by Windows Server Hyper- V Replica. All communications with Windows Azure is encrypted and limited to the System Center Virtual Machine Manager server in each datacenter. Continuous Health Monitoring:Service availability at the primary datacenter is monitored by Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager on an ongoing basis. Workload data is not transferred to Windows Azure.Orchestrated Recovery:The service helps automate the orderly recovery of services in the event of a site outage at the primary datacenter. Virtual machines are started in an orchestrated fashion to help restore service quickly. This process can also be used for testing recovery without disruption to services, or temporarily transferring services to the secondary location.ADSystem CenterVirtual MachineManagerSQLOrchestrates Recovery Plan für VMs oder Services für den Fall eines AusfallsExchDatacenter B
22Geteamter Netzwerkadapter NIC TeamingSorgt für Ausfallsicherheit des NetzwerkesNeu in R2: verbesserte LBFO PerformanceAnbieterunabhängig und ins System integriertBietet lokales und Remotemangement durch Windows Power Shell oder mittels User InterfaceErmöglicht Teams mit bis zu 32 Netzwerk PortsAggregiert Bandbreite von mehreren NetzwerkportsUnterstützt unterschiedliche Konfigurationen: Switch abhängig und Switch unabhängigBetriebssystemVirtuelleAdapterGeteamter NetzwerkadapterGeteamterNetzwerkadapterNIC TeamingNote to presenter: 3 clicks to complete build.Windows Server 2012 helps you provide fault tolerance on your network adapters without having to buy additional hardware and software. Windows Server 2012 includes NIC Teaming as a new feature, which allows multiple network interfaces to work together as a team, preventing connectivity loss if one network adapter fails. It allows a server to tolerate network adapter and port failure up to the first switch segment. NIC Teaming also allows you to aggregate bandwidth from multiple network adapters, for example, so four 1‑gigabyte (GB) network adapters can provide an aggregate of 4 GB/second of throughput. In Windows Server 2012 R2, the load-balancing algorithms have been enhanced with the goal to better utilize all NICs in the team, significantly improving performance.The advantages of a Windows teaming solution are that it works with all network adapter vendors, spares you from most potential problems that proprietary solutions cause, provides a common set of management tools for all adapter types, and is fully supported by Microsoft.Teaming network adapters involves the following:NIC Teaming configurations. Two or more physical network adapters connect to the NIC Teaming solution’s multiplexing unit and present one or more “virtual adapters” (team network adapters) to the operating system.Algorithms for traffic distribution. Several different algorithms distribute inbound and outbound traffic between the network adapters. Team network adapters exist in third-party NIC Teaming solutions to divide traffic by virtual local area network (VLAN) so that applications can connect to different VLANs simultaneously. Like other commercial implementations of NIC Teaming, Windows Server 2012 has this capability.Physische Adapter oder Interfaces
23Virtuelles IP Address Management Provides network fault tolerance and continuous availability when network adapters fail by teaming multiple network interfaces.New in R2: Enhanced LBFO performance.Vendor agnostic and shipped inbox.Provides local or remote management through Windows PowerShell or UI.Enables teams of up to network adapters.Aggregates bandwidth from multiple network adapters.Includes multiple nodes: switch dependent and independent.Integriertes Feature für das Management von IP Adressen, Domainnamen und GeräteidentitätenNeu in R2: virtualisiertes IP Address Space Management (IPAM)Nahtlose Integration mit Microsoft DNS und DHCP ServernBietet zentrales und Benutzerspezifisches: Monitoring, Reporting und Management der IP AdressbereicheÜberwacht Server Konfigurations- änderungen und prüft die Verwendung von IP AdresseMigriert IP Adressdaten aus Tabellen und anderen ToolsVerteilte IPAM ArchitekturDomain copr.woodbridge.comDomain europe.corp.woodbridge.comIPAM Server (UK)DHCP, DNS, DC, und NPS ServerIPAM server (Redmond)Site: UK Branch officeDomain fareast.corp.woodbridge.comIPAM Server (Hyderabad)DHCP, DNS, DC, und NPS ServerIPAM Server (Bangalore)DHCP, DNS, DC, und NPS ServerWindows Server 2012 introduced IP Address Management (IPAM), a framework for discovering, monitoring, auditing, and managing the physical IP address space and the associated infrastructure servers on a corporate network. Windows Server R2 adds virtual IP address space management.IPAM gives you a choice of two main architectures:Distributed, where an IPAM server is deployed at every site in an enterprise. This mode of deployment is largely preferred to reduce network latency in managing infrastructure servers from a centralized IPAM server.Centralized, where one IPAM server is deployed in an enterprise. This will be deployed even in case of the distributed mode. This way administrators would have one single console to visualize, monitor, and manage the entire IP address space of the network and also the associated infrastructure servers.An example of the distributed IPAM deployment method is shown in this figure, with one IPAM server located at the corporate headquarters and others at each branch office. There is no communication or database sharing between different IPAM servers in the enterprise. If multiple IPAM servers are deployed, you can customize the scope of discovery for each IPAM server or filter the list of managed servers. A single IPAM server might manage a specific domain or location, perhaps with a second IPAM server configured as a backup.IPAM monitoringIPAM periodically attempts to locate the domain controller, DNS, and DHCP servers on the network that are within the scope of discovery that you specify and allow manual addition of Network Policy Server (NPS). You must choose whether these servers are managed by IPAM or unmanaged. To be managed by IPAM, server security settings and firewall ports must be configured to allow the IPAM server access to perform the required monitoring and configuration functions. You can choose to manually configure these settings or use Group Policy objects (GPOs) to configure them automatically. If you choose the automatic method, settings are applied when a server is marked as managed, and settings are removed when it is marked as unmanaged.The IPAM server communicates with managed servers by using a remote procedure call (RPC) or WMI interface, as shown here. IPAM monitors domain controllers and servers running NPS for IP address tracking purposes. In addition to monitoring functions, several DHCP server and scope properties can be configured by using IPAM. Zone status monitoring and a limited set of configuration functions are also available for DNS servers.IPAM supports Active Directory–based auto-discovery of DNS and DHCP servers on the network. Discovery is based on the domains and server roles selected during configuration of the scope of discovery.IPAM discovers the domain controller, DNS servers, and DHCP servers in the network and confirms their availability based on role-specific protocol transactions. In addition to automatic discovery, IPAM also supports the manual addition of a server to the list of servers in the IPAM system.Managed serversConfiguring the manageability status of a server as Managed indicates that it is part of the IPAM server’s managed environment. Data is retrieved from managed servers to display in various IPAM views. The type of data that is gathered depends on the server role.Unmanaged serversConfiguring the manageability status of a server as Unmanaged indicates that the server is considered to be outside the IPAM server’s managed environment. No data is collected by IPAM from these servers.IPAM data collection tasksIPAM schedules the following tasks to retrieve data from managed servers to populate the IPAM views for monitoring and management. You can also modify these tasks by using Task Scheduler.Server Discovery. Automatically discovers domain controllers, DHCP servers, and DNS servers in the domains that you select.Server Configuration. Collects configuration information from DHCP and DNS servers for display in IP address space and server management functions.Address Use. Collects IP address space use data from DHCP servers for display of current and historical use.Event Collection. Collects DHCP and IPAM server operational events. Also collects events from domain controllers, NPS, and DHCP servers for IP address tracking.Server Availability. Collects service status information from DHCP and DNS servers.Service Monitoring. Collects DNS zone status events from DNS servers.Address Expiry. Tracks IP address expiry state and logs notifications.DHCP, DNS, DC, und NPS ServerSite: Redmond Head officeSite: Hyderabad Branch officeSite: Bangalore Branch office
25Windows Management Framework 3/28/2017Windows Management FrameworkMaximieren Sie den Nutzen des Windows Management FrameworkIT ProTool DeveloperSolution ProviderStandard APIs: MI Client, Windows PowerShell, Open Data Protocol (OData)Standard Protokolle: WS-Management, REST, HTTP, PSRPWindows Management FrameworkStandards: Common Information Model (CIM) Schema, Storage Management Initiative Specification (SMI-S)We live in an ecosystem of windows and non windows devicesStandard models – describing instrumentation – based on CIM – how you describe and expose the management components for devicesStandard protocol – access to server/machine – WS-Man, REST, http or powershell remotingStandard API set – MIClient improvements, PowerShell and ODATA – all improved in the box.Helps consumers leverage these common tools to build tools and solutions for the Windows platform with greater flexibility and capabilityAs we move to a Cloud Optimized OS, this enables this.StorageOperating SystemDevicesDiskManaged Objects
26Windows Server Essentials Experience Essentials Funktionen werden durch eine dedizierte Server Rolle in Windows Server Standard and Windows Server Datacenter aktiviertEinfacher Deploymentassistent, der die Konfiguration der wichtigsten Rollen für den ersten Server durchführtWindows Server 2012 Essentials provides an end-to-end integrated setup that installs and configures many of the roles and features of Windows Server 2012 according to best practices configuration for small business environments. This provides customers with immediate out-of-the-box value and productivity. However, because Windows Server Essentials 2012 has its own, non-standard server deployment experience, future investment of server deployment for cloud and hosting environments could have been difficult to leverage. Furthermore, Windows Server Essentials 2012 has to be a domain controller which usually rules out the possibility of Windows Server Essentials 2012 to be a second server in an IT environment.In Windows Server 2012 R2, the Windows Server Essentials user experience is integrated as a Windows Server role, referred to as Windows Server Essentials Experience. The server role integration enables the following technical capabilities:- Standard deployment approach with other server roles and features, including offline imaging.- Remote and batch deployment via Server Manager, which is optimized for hosting environment- Support for domain join and deployment on an existing domain controller, which offers more deployment flexibility including 2nd server deployments and branch office deployments.With these changes, more customers will be able to enjoy the benefits of the simplified Windows Server Essentials experience.Optional unbeaufsichtigtes Deployment und Konfiguration über die PowerShell
27Windows PowerShell 4.0 Key Features: Breitere Abdeckung 3/28/2017Windows PowerShell 4.0Key Features:Breitere AbdeckungLeistungsfähiges Management durch mehr als CmdletsWindows PowerShell Web AccessBessere PerformanceOn-the-Fly Kompilierung – Skripte laufen bis zu 6x schnellerPerformance VerbesserungenGesteigerte ZuverlässigkeitRobuste Session KonnektivitätDisconnected SessionsSession Configuration FilesJob SchedulingWindows PowerShell WorkflowWindows Powershell 3.0 was introduced with Windows Server 2012 and included the following new and enhanced features:More IntuitiveEnhanced ISE with IntellisenseSimplified language syntaxUpdatable help systemEasy command discovery and importBroader CoverageOver 2,300 cmdlets across WindowsSupport for thriving communityScript Explorer & Script LibraryGreater ResiliencyRobust session connectivityIntegrated workflowConnect/disconnect remote sessionsScheduled jobsPowerShell 3.0 is a better 2.0Many suggestions addressedOn-the-fly compilation allows scripts to run up to 6x fasterEnhanced interactive console experienceCore cmdlet and provider improvementsIntuitiverIntegrated Scripting Environment 3.0: IntelliSense | Code SnippetsSyntax VereinfachungCmdlet Discovery und Auto-Loading von ModulenAktualisierbare HilfeScript-Sharing
29Hybrid Applications Windows Server “8” Beta Release and Windows Azure Einheitliche EntwicklungsumgebungErstellen von cloudbasierten oder hybriden AnwendungenWindows Azure SDKIdentische Entwicklungstools für Windows Server und Windows AzureEinheitliche Workflows und Regeln für Web, Anwendungen und RechenzentrumsebeneApplication-to-Application Beziehungen mit HTML5 SupportI/O Operationen mit isoliertem StorageWindows Azure AnwendungenCodeCodeBetriebssystemBetriebssystemWeb Instanz 1Web Instanz 2Windows Server 2012 R2 offers programming languages and tools, such as Visual Studio and the .NET Framework, that span on-premises and cloud environments. With these tools, developers can work in a single, unified environment to build solutions for Windows Server and Windows Azure cloud platforms. Developers can use these programming tools across web, application, and datacenter tiers for locally deployed applications and for private and public cloud solutions.This programming symmetry is complemented by the rich and comprehensive experience of working in Visual Studio. Whether developers work in house or as third-party solution providers, they can write code and use common workflows and rules to create on-premises, cloud-based, or hybrid applications from within a unified Windows development environment.Windows Server 2012 R2 offers the following components and features:Windows Azure SDK: Multiple updates to the Windows Azure Tools for Visual Studio 2010 that simplify development, deployment, and management on Windows AzureSame development model: With programming symmetry, developers can work in a single, unified environment to build solutions that can be targeted to either Windows Server or the Windows Azure cloud platformCommon workflows and rules across web, application, and datacenter tiersHTML5 or XAML-base for UI: New development platformApplication-to-application contracts that support HTML5 (Web 2.0)I/O operations that use isolated storage: Developers can create and maintain a safe client-side virtual file system for partial-trust applications. (In Microsoft Silverlight®, all I/O operations are restricted to isolated storage and do not use the file system of the operating system.)Applications cannot access operating system storage or another application’s space; access to system resources is brokeredCodeCodeWindows Server 2012Windows Server 2012Hyper-V oder HardwareHyper-V oder HardwareOn-Premise Anwendungen
30NUMA-Aware Skalierbarkeit Every App, Any CloudScalable and Elastic Application Platform OverviewWindows Server 2012NUMA-Aware SkalierbarkeitVorherige Internet Information Services Versionen auf NUMA HardwareBeginnt negativ zu skalieren wenn die Anzahl der Cores über die NUMA Grenzen hinaus ansteigt und es so zu verstärkter Speicher-synchronisierung kommtNon-Uniform Memory ArchitekturProzessor kann auf lokalen Speicher schneller zugreifen als auf RemotespeicherEin Großteil der aktuellen Serversysteme basiert auf NUMADesigned für SkalierbarkeitInternet Information Services in Windows Server 2012 R2 auf NUMA HardwareSkaliert positiv mit steigender Anzahl von Cores indem die zugrundeliegende NUMA Architektur berücksichtigt wirdNon-Uniform Memory Architecture (NUMA)NUMA refers to a computer architecture in multiprocessor systems in which the time required for a processor to access memory depends on the memory’s location relative to the processor. NUMA provides the following capabilities:A processor can access local memory (memory attached directly to the processor) faster than it can access remote memory (memory that is local to another processor in the system).Modern operating systems and high-performance applications such as Microsoft SQL Server® have developed optimizations to recognize the system’s NUMA topology and consider NUMA when they schedule threads or allocate memory to increase performance.Projecting a virtual NUMA topology into a virtual machine provides optimal performance and workload scalability in large virtual machine configurations. It does this by allowing the guest operating system and applications such as SQL Server to take advantage of their inherent NUMA performance optimizations.Internet Information Services with NUMA scalability scales positively on NUMA hardware, which enables customers to benefit from existing hardware investments.
31Support für Open Source Software Every App, Any CloudScalable and Elastic Application Platform OverviewWindows Server 2012Support für Open Source SoftwareWeb Plattform InstallerAutomatisiert die Installation der populärsten ASP.NET und PHP Apps durch die Windows Web App Gallery.Vereinfacht den Zugriff auf den Microsoft Web Stack.Unterstützt auf Windows Server 2012 R2.Der Windows Web App Gallery Atom Feed wird von der App Gallery selbst, von Web Platform Installern, Internet Information Services Managern und teilnehmenden Hosting Control Panels konsumiert.Windows Web App Gallery Atom FeedInternet Information ServicesHosting Control PannelWeb Platform Installer ToolDrei Schritte für Entwickler, um eine Anwendung zur Windows Web App Gallery hinzuzufügenThe Windows Web App Gallery provides simple ways for millions of users worldwide to explore, discover, install, and deploy web applications on the Windows platform. Users have a great place to go to discover and install the web apps they want, and to share and learn from user ratings and reviews. Hosters have a simple way to offer and deploy the best free web applications to their customers. And developers get a easy way to distribute their latest apps.When an application is accepted by Windows Web App Gallery, the application is added to Windows Web App Gallery Atom feed. The Atom feed is consumed by Windows Web App Gallery itself, Web Platform Installer, WebMatrix, Internet Information Services Manager, and participating Hosting Control Panels.References:An die Prinzipiender Gallery haltenSupport für dasApp Paket bereitstellenEinreichender App
33Kontrollierter Zugriff auf Unternehmensdaten 3/28/2017Kontrollierter Zugriff auf UnternehmensdatenWeitere cloudbasierte Anwendungen und Identity StoresBenutzer greifen mit einer einheitlichen Identität auf cloudbasierte Ressourcen zuActive DirectoryWenn ein Anwender sein Device registriert, wird das Device als „trusted Device“ gelistet, um Authentifizierung auf Deviceebene bereitzu- stellen.Die IT kann anschließend den Zugriff auf Ressourcen basierend auf der Deviceregistrierung und der Benutzeridentität regeln.AnwendungsserverWindows Server Remote AccessProviding users with access to the resources they need to get their job done means ensuring that users can access corporate applications and data wherever they are on their devices. Delivering on this requirement requires that IT can make these resources available, and at the same time ensure that only the right people have access to the information.To help customers provide these services to their users, Microsoft invested new capability in to the Windows Server Remote Access role so that IT can provide seamless application access and automatic VPN connections with conditional access to their users based on the user’s identity, the device the user is using, and whether the user is inside the corporate network or connecting from an external location.Now, in addition to on-premises resources that need to be accessed, the user is likely to also want to access cloud-based applications and services. So to make this a seamless experience for users, they are provided with a common identity when accessing cloud-based resources, which is enabled by IT through Active Directory Federation Services.As part of the decision to make corporate resources available to users on the device of their choice, you may want to require additional levels of verification. An example is requiring the user to register the device that they are using. When a user registers their device, it becomes known and “trusted” to provide device level authentication. This is achieved through the installation of a certificate on the device and the creation of a record for the device in Active Directory. IT can then publish access to resources based on registration plus the user’s identity.Die IT kann mittels Windows Server Remote Access und automatic VPN Connections einen transparenten Anwendungszugriff basierend auf Benutzer- und Gerätevalidierung bereitstellen.Active DirectoryBYOD GeräteBenutzer können flexibel auf Unternehmensdaten zugreifen – unabhängig vom Standort.
35Personalisierung mittels User Profile Disk VorteileUser Profile Disk mit gepoolten virtual Machine Sammlungen.Was sollte ich deployen?Verfügbar für gepoolte virtual Machine Sammlungen und Remote Desktop Session Host SammlungenSpeichert alle Benutzer- einstellungen und DatenEnthält User Profil, Folder Redirection Cache und Virtualisierung der BenutzerumgebungWandert mit BenutzerErscheint wie eine lokale Disk und verbessert die AnwendungskompatibilitätUser Profile Disk Mit jedem Virtual Machine Pool und mit jeder Remote Desktop HostsammlungBenutzerumgebungs- virtualisierung Um Einstellungen über Sammlungen hinweg anzuwendenFolder Redirection Um Anwenderdaten Sammlungsübergreifend bereit zu stellenFür zentralisiertes Backup der AnwenderdatenUser Profile Disk mit Remote Desktop Session Host Sammlungen.Personalization is a critical aspect of the user experience in virtualized desktop deployments. In a standard physical PC, the user’s data and settings are intertwined with the apps and OS settings. This makes the desktop difficult to manage and it reduces the benefits of virtualizing it. What we need is a way to assemble to desktop from ingredient components. Windows composed of replaceable parts.User Profile Disk is a key technology that was introduced with Windows Server 2012.What is User Profile Disk?With User Profile Disk, each user of a collection is assigned a unique VHD that stores all of her settings and data. User Profile Disk can be configured for both RDSH collections and Pooled VM collections. As the user is logging on to that collection, the user’s UserDisk is mounted to the VM or the RDSH and her profile and data folders are mapped to this mounted volume. As the user logs on to other vms or RDSH servers within that collection, the userdisk roams with her, making her data and settings available within the collection.User Profile Disk appears as a local disk; therefore it works better with applications that expect to have local data access. This improves app compat.There are other technologies such as Roaming User profiles, Folder redirection, and especially User Environment Virtualization, which are designed for user data and settings isolation. User Profile Disk provides a container for all of these technologies. E.g.The RUP profile is cached in the User Disk at logonWhen FR is configured with caching, the cache resides on User Profile Disk.The per-application setting datasets used by UEV are cached in the User Profile DiskIn all of these cases, it is important to recognize that UserDisk is scoped to the collection for which it is configured. It provides roamable access within the collection. RUP, FR, and UEV enable roaming beyond the collection, and between different collections.So, what is the right way to deploy these technologies?We recommend that you deploy user disk with all Pooled VM collections and RDSH collections. There is really no downside!If you have multiple collections, or if you want user settings to roam between VDI and physical environments, then you should also use UEV.Folder Redirection can be used in such a scenario to provide roaming access to user documents, e.g. My Documents, My Pictures folders. FR is also a reliable way to centralize users’ data to a file server from where it can be more easily backed up and managed.
36Storage Deduplizierung für VDI 3/28/2017Storage Deduplizierung für VDIHyper-V VDISMBScale-Out File ServerDeduplizierungCluster Shared VolumesNew in Windows Server 2012 R2, data deduplication now supports live VHDs for VDI, which means that data deduplication can now be performed on open VHD/VHDX files on remote VDI storage with CSV volume support.Provides:Increased VDI storage densityFaster read/write of optimized filesImproved optimization speedAdvanced caching of duplicated dataMore space savings
37RemoteFX über WAN Internet oder WAN Unternehmensnetzwerk 3/28/2017RemoteFX über WANHardware & Software GPUs Umfangreiche Multimediaunterstützung USB UmleitungUnternehmensnetzwerkHardware & Software GPUs, Umfangreiche Multimediaunterstützung, USB UmleitungInternet oder WANMultitouch, WAN Beschleunigung Single Sign-On.With today’s modern workforce, clients frequently need to connect from branch offices, homes, or hotels over low-bandwidth or low-latency connections. To support remote desktops and applications over WANs, Remote Desktop Services must be able to quickly adapt to different network conditions.Introduced with Windows Server 2012, RemoteFX over WAN helps maintain a consistent user experience over highly variable WANs. RemoteFX over WAN enables an automatic choice of TCP or secure UDP transport and it detects and tunes graphics to network dynamically and automatically. RemoteFX for WAN is integrated with the Remote Desktop Gateway.MultitouchWAN BeschleunigungSingle Sign-On