1 VMware Forum 2013 Alberto Bullani Regional Manager Milan, May 14 th 2013
2 Benvenuti e grazie!
5 Agenda VMware vcloud Suite realizzare l'infrastruttura per il Software-Defined Data Center EMC Tre percorsi per il Cloud: scegli la semplicità VMware vcloud Suite semplificare e automatizzare la gestione del Software-Defined Data Center Cisco Infrastructure matters, supporting your path to the cloud VMware Rendere sicuro e protetto il Software- Defined Data Center "better than physical!" Coffee Break nell'area Espositiva VMware La virtualizzazione di SAP e delle applicazioni business-critical: elevate prestazioni e affidabilità HP HP e VMware Optimized for the Cloud and Client Virtualization Pranzo nell'area Espositiva VMware vsphere with Operations Management e vsphere Data Protection Advanced gestione e protezione per ambienti virtualizzati NetApp Porta il tuo business al successo grazie a Clustered OnTap negli ambienti VMware VMware Soluzioni integrate con vsphere - la virtualizzazione abilita il percorso evolutivo di innovazione dell'it Chiusura nell'area Espositiva VMware VMware Horizon Suite la nuova piattaforma per la Workforce Mobility OVH Come utilizzare il cloud per sviluppare i tuoi servizi ed ottimizzare la tua produttività? VMware Implementare un piano di BYOD con le soluzioni Mobile di VMware IBM La Next Generation Platform per una virtualizzazione semplice e completa VMware Gestione e protezione delle postazioni di lavoro fisiche con VMware Mirage
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7 VMware Overview
8 VMware Market Leadership $4.61 billion revenue in 2012 (+22%) >$4.63 billion in cash and equivalents >13,000 employees >55,000+ Partners >500,000+ VMware customers 100% of Fortune 100 and Fortune Global % of Fortune 1000 and 97% of Fortune Global 500
11 Trends in organizations and ICT technologies Cloud Computing 21% mature usage +25% growth Adoption: 56% large companies, 22% small companies Hybrid Cloud is the choice Source: Oss. Cloud & ICT as a Service School of Management Politecnico di Milano
12 Variables in Hybrid Cloud Adoption Strategic Choices Cost model (CapEx vs OpEx) ICT Mgmt Org Flexibility Approach to Innovation LOBs Accountability On-premise / Private Savings SLA & SecurityPolicies Demand for customization Need for speed Market offer Tactical Choices Public Source: Oss. Cloud & ICT as a Service School of Management Politecnico di Milano
13 Trends in organizations and ICT technologies Mobile Workspace 16% mature usage +12% growth 57% non traditional workers Smart Working increasing Source: Oss. Cloud & ICT as a Service School of Management Politecnico di Milano
14 Trends in Workforce Non traditional workers: 57% 26% Distant or Mobile worker works out of the office and/or in mobility >50% of working hours 24% Flexible worker total freedom and flexibility in arranging working hours, based on current needs 31% Adaptive worker uses own personal devices or company tools personally chosen Smart Working Source: Oss. Cloud & ICT as a Service School of Management Politecnico di Milano
15 Transition to the Post-PC Era Installed base of enterprise applications 2011 Source: Gartner, 2011
16 Radically Simplifying IT Again Deliver Infrastructure for Cloud Services to All Devices IT as a Service
17 Software-Defined Data Center
18 How Can We Achieve All the Possibilities? The same principles that transformed a single layer of the data center and delivered unprecedented value for customers should be applied to the entire data center!
19 Customer Cost Savings Realized and Potential 5-7$ Cost Savings 1$ New App Investment + Speed to Market + Competitiveness Server Virtualization 2012 Data Center Virtualization Potential Source: VMware Customer Survey February 2013
20 Server Virtualization Started a Transformation Journey ROI CapEx Savings Through Consolidation OpEx Saving Through Automation Game Change Through IT as a Service Abstract. Pool. Automate. Empower. IT Production Business Production IT as a Service Incremental path Source: VMware Customer Survey February 2013
21 Hybrid Cloud
22 How Can We Achieve All the Possibilities? Provide common model and platform that allow a seamless hybrid cloud experience that allows to deploy any applications anywhere, with no changes and freedom of choice!
23 End User Computing
24 How Can We Achieve All the Possibilities? A platform that supports a Multi-Device Workspace and allows to set up a corporate environment that embraces this in a secure and compliant way!
25 More Freedom to End-Users and More Control to IT! Consistent access to Apps and Data Separation Personal / Business Choice of any Device Truly Integrated Management Policies that follow Users, not Devices for Users for IT
26 Your Future with VMware Empower yourself, your people and your organizations by radically simplifying IT through virtualization software Efficiency Agility Control Without Sacrificing Choice Any Application, Any Cloud, Any Device.
28 IT as a Service Luca Zerminiani Systems Engineering Manager Rome, May 16 th 2013
29 The Analysis Se gettiamo per terra un cristallo, questo si frantuma, ma non in modo arbitrario si spacca secondo le sue linee di sfaldatura in pezzi i cui contorni, benché invisibili, erano tuttavia determinati in precedenza dalla struttura del cristallo S. Freud, Introduzione alla psicoanalisi
31 Infrastructure - Change?!? Initiatives Automation Software as a Service (SaaS) Public Cloud (IaaS/Paas) Agility Infrastructure Efficiency Limitations Elasticity Integration Competitive advantage Lock-in / Governance
32 End User - Change?!? Initiatives Point solutions Reactive upgrades Limitations Additional complexity Higher costs Growing frustration Low ROI Mobility Post-PC
33 Radically Simplifying IT Again Deliver Infrastructure for Cloud Services to All Devices IT as a Service
34 Software-Defined Data Center All infrastructure is virtualized and delivered as a service, and the control of this data center is entirely automated by software.
35 Production Environment Enterprise storage VLAN networks but Firewall, load-balancer Inflexible Agile IDS, security, monitoring Availability
36 SDDC = Major Breakthrough in Speed and Agility Virtual Data Center Software-Defined Data Center Services
37 Hybrid Cloud
38 From Siloes to IT agility Virtualization Model Keyword: RESOURCE vsphere Abstraction Layer Workloads balance React to Failure HW Maintenance
39 From IT agility to Business agility Hybrid Cloud Model (IaaS) Keyword: OPPORTUNITY vcloud Abstraction Layer Risk Mitigation Time to Market (TTM) Cost Choice
40 Extending the Private Cloud to the Hybrid Cloud Private Cloud Common Management & Orchestration Platform Public Cloud Unified Network Architecture Seamless Extension of the Data Center Common Security Model Software-Defined Data Center One Support Call Software-Defined Data Center Any Application, Any Place No Changes
41 From Server Virtualization to SDDC Incremental Path Operations Management Software-Defined Storage and Availability Virtual Networking and Security Cloud Service Provisioning SDDC Virtual Servers
42 From Server Virtualization to SDDC Incremental Path Software-Defined Storage and Availability vsphere Operations Management - vsom Virtual Networking and Security Cloud Service Provisioning SDDC Virtual Servers
43 From Server Virtualization to SDDC Fast Path Software-Defined Storage and Availability Virtual Networking and Security Cloud Service Provisioning SDDC Operations Management vcloud Suite Virtual Servers
44 End User Computing
45 We are in the Consumerisation & the Multi-Device Era
46 Adoption is Accelerating: time to reach 100M shipments/year 21 Years 15 Years 4 Years 1978 First PC shipped First mainstream Tablets 1996 First smartphone shipped (projected)
47 EUC Today A Vicious Spiral Compliance new = risk Budget Expensive to maintain Drive further compliance Stuck in a vicious spiral Standardize and lock-down Business Not driving growth We need to break out. But how?
48 Organizations Need A New Approach Transform: Simplify data, applications and desktops into centralized services Broker: Manage & secure centrally and broker services to the workforce by policy Deliver: Empower the workforce with flexible access across devices, locations and connectivity
49 Delivering On VMware s Vision for End-User Computing VMware Horizon Suite The platform for workforce mobility Horizon View Virtual Horizon Mirage Physical Horizon Workspace Mobile
50 VMware Horizon Suite The Platform for Workforce Mobility VMware Horizon Suite Simplify, Secure, Empower VMware Horizon Mirage VMware Horizon View VMware Horizon Workspace (Apps, Data, Mobile) Physical Desktops Virtual Desktops Multi-Device Workspace
51 Breaking the Spiral How to Make Things Better Phase 3 Enter Post-PC Era Exploit increasing marginal returns to accelerate Phase 1 Optimize Phase 2 Evolve Rationalize and re-invest savings
52 Change It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one more responsive to change C.Darwin, The Origin of Species
53 Radically Simplifying IT Again Deliver Infrastructure for Cloud Services to All Devices IT as a Service
54 Your Future with VMware Empower yourself, your people and your organizations by radically simplifying IT through virtualization software Efficiency Agility Control Without Sacrificing Choice Any Application, Any Cloud, Any Device.
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