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TOP 5 REASONS
Why You Can't Aord Not to Virtualize

80% or more workloads will be virtualized by 20161 – but small and midsize businesses are lagging behind. Only 53% of applications are virtualized, with 32% surveyed having virtualized less than 40% of workloads. 2 Virtualize to build the right foundation for cloud computing, mobility, social media and big data – which will account for 98% of the spend on IT growth by 20203 If you don’t embrace virtualization… Unnecessarily high costs Greater IT complexity Losing out to the competition More business disruption

VMWARE Horizon 7

VMWARE Horizon 7
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AT A GLANCE VMware Horizon® 7 delivers virtualized or hosted desktops and applications through a single platform to end users. These desktop and application services—including RDS hosted apps, packaged apps with VMware ThinApp®, SaaS apps, and even virtualized apps from Citrix—can all be accessed from one digital workspace across devices, locations, media and connections without compromising quality and user experience. Leveraging complete workspace environment management and optimized for the software–defined data center, Horizon 7 helps IT control, manage and protect all of the Windows resources end users want, at the speed they expect, with the efciency business demands.

Desktops and Applications Delivered Through a Single Platform Deliver virtual or hosted desktops and applications through VMware’s next-gen JMP platform to streamline management, easily entitle end users, and quickly deliver desktops and applications to end users across devices and locations. Horizon 7 provides a single platform for delivering hosted Windows applications and shared desktop sessions from Windows Server instances using Microsoft Remote Desktop Services (RDS), virtual desktops, and ThinApp packaged applications. Horizon 7 supports both Windows as well as Linux-based desktops including RHEL, Ubuntu, CentOS and NeoKylin. Unified Digital Workspace With Horizon 7, IT can support real-time validation, streamlined identity management across identity sources like active directory and LDAP, and provide end users with contextual and customizable access to resources through a single unified workspace. Horizon 7 supports 2-factor, smart card and biometric authentication. It is designed and certified to meet the most demanding compliance regulations including those of the US Federal Government. AT A GLANCE VMware Horizon® 7 delivers virtualized or hosted desktops and applications through a single platform to end users. These desktop and application services—including RDS hosted apps, packaged apps with VMware ThinApp®, SaaS apps, and even virtualized apps from Citrix—can all be accessed from one digital workspace across devices, locations, media and connections without compromising quality and user experience. Leveraging complete workspace environment management and optimized for the software–defined data center, Horizon 7 helps IT control, manage and protect all of the Windows resources end users want, at the speed they expect, with the efciency business demands. WHAT’S NEW Drawing on the best of mobile and cloud, Horizon 7 radically transforms VDI, giving you unprecedented simplicity, security, speed and scale—all at lower costs. Horizon 7 helps you get up and running up to 30x faster while cutting costs over traditional solutions by as much as 50%. VMWARE HORIZON 7 DATASHEET | 2 Desktops and applications that can be securely delivered and accessed through the digital workspace include: • Horizon virtual desktops • XenApp 5.0 and later • RDS-hosted apps and desktops for Windows Server 2008 and later • SaaS applications • ThinApp 5.0 and later • VMware Horizon Cloud Desktops and Horizon Cloud Apps
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VMWARE Site Recovery Manager 6.1

VMWARE Site Recovery Manager 6.1
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AT A GLANCE
VMware Site Recovery ManagerTM is
the industry-leading solution to enable
application availability and mobility
across sites in private cloud environments.
Site Recovery Manager is an automation
software that integrates with an underlying
replication technology to provide policy-based management, non-disruptive testing
and automated orchestration of recovery
plans. This provides simple and reliable
recovery and mobility of virtual machines
between sites with minimal or no downtime.
KEY BENEFITS
• Use for multiple use cases, such as disaster
recovery, disaster avoidance, data center
migration and other
• Perform frequent non-disruptive testing,
even during business hours, to ensure
predictable recovery objectives
• Reduce recovery time to minutes
with reliability using automated
orchestration workflows
• Achieve zero-downtime application
mobility orchestrating live migration of
virtual machines at scale across sites
• Return to regular operations with ease
using the original recovery plan through
automated failback
• Protect thousands of virtual machines
using centralized recovery plans and
eliminate manual runbooks
• Protect investments and tailor RPOs using
supported replication solutions available
from major storage vendors
• Lower the total cost of ownership for DR
by up to 50%
• Further reduce OpEx and CapEx using
complementary Software-Defined Data
Center technologies, such as VMware NSX®
and VMware Virtual SANTM
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VMware Software-Defined Data Center

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Executive Summary The mobile cloud era is changing line-of-business (LOB) expectations of IT. For IT organizations to securely deliver the anticipated improvements in service quality and speed, a Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) approach is required. The VMware approach to the SDDC delivers a unified platform that supports any application and provides flexible control. The VMware architecture for the SDDC empowers companies to run hybrid clouds and to leverage unique capabilities to deliver key outcomes that enable efficiency, agility, and security. Enterprises using VMware technology have three ways to establish an SDDC and transition at their own pace: build their own using reference architectures; use a converged infrastructure; or use a hyper-converged infrastructure for which the full SDDC is delivered already implemented on the customer’s hardware of choice. The Need for a Software-Defined Architecture For many companies, technology is the rate-limiting step when taking new business initiatives from concept to planning to implementation. Public cloud and mobile services have dramatically increased end-user and LOB expectations. IT organizations struggle to keep pace; as a result, they are not viewed as strategic partners to the business. When IT cannot deliver on business expectations, LOB owners seek out their own solutions outside the purview of IT. Worldwide, 38 percent of IT expenditures are beyond the control of the IT organization.1 Technology expenditures outside of IT are sometimes healthy—for example, functional or LOB leaders might want to experiment with interesting opportunities to improve the business with innovative technologies. In some instances, however, the risks can significantly outweigh the benefits. To navigate the mobile cloud era, the CIO must develop an approach that can best manage these risks. CIOs must leverage a corporate IT strategy through which some experimentation by LOB is allowed to happen. In this scheme, central IT provides guidance on projects run outside of IT; acts as service broker, including services not provided by IT; and integrates services as they transition beyond the experimentation stage. The IT organization’s role shifts from cost center to strategic partner. The SDDC architecture makes this transition possible. Being a strategic partner to the business requires building credibility and has at least two prerequisites. First, to become a business enabler, IT must deliver efficient, secure, and flexible IT services. Second, IT must become a service broker to both on-premises—that is, private cloud—and public cloud services and establish a unified operations and management framework. VMware defines this as a hybrid cloud. The SDDC architecture makes the hybrid cloud possible by defining a platform common to both private and public clouds. To logically define all infrastructure services, the SDDC applies the widely successful computer science principles of server virtualization—that is, abstraction, isolation, and pooling—to the remaining infrastructure services. SDDC management is automated through a cloud management platform, which controls both on-premises and off-premises resources. 1. Gartner. IT Metrics: A Critical Evaluation of Decentralized IT Spending and Digital Enterprise Readiness. June 2013. VMware Software-Defined Data Center TECHNICAL WHITE PAPER / 4 Software-Defined Architectures That Deliver Impact Today A software-defined architecture leverages logical infrastructure services that are abstracted from, as opposed to integrated with, the underlying hardware. Several of today’s largest technology companies in the Internet and social network space leverage this approach to drive aggressive cost savings and improve manageability for certain types of workloads.
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VMware vCenter Server

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VMware vCenter Server™ provides a centralized and extensible platform for managing virtual infrastructure. vCenter Server manages VMware vSphere® environments, giving IT administrators simple and automated control over the virtual environment to deliver infrastructure with confidence. vCenter Server also comes with a complimentary 25-OSI license of vRealize Log Insight. KEY BENEFITS • Analyze and remediate issues quickly with visibility into vSphere virtual infrastructure. • Deliver the security and availability of vSphere through automated proactive management features such as automated load balancing and out-of-the-box automation workflows. • Extend virtualization capabilities using thirdparty ecosystem solutions. • Solve problems faste.

How Is vCenter Server Used? Enterprises face ever-increasing pressure to deliver IT infrastructure at the lowest total costs while consistently meeting SLAs. By using centralized and proactive management of virtual infrastructure, enterprises can ensure that IT consistently meets the needs of business. vSphere is the industry-leading virtualization platform. It enables users to run business-critical applications with confidence and respond to business requirements faster, while operating at the lowest cost possible.
Key Features Centralized Control and Visibility VMware vSphere
Web Client – Manage the essential functions of vSphere from any browser anywhere in the world. Multi-hypervisor management – Provides simplified and integrated management of VMware and Hyper-V hosts. vCenter single sign-on – Simplify administration by allowing users to log in once and then access all instances of vCenter Server and VMware vCloud® Director™ without further authentication. Inventory search – Have the entire vCenter Server inventory, including virtual machines, hosts, datastores and networks, at your fingertips. Alerts and notifications – Support new entities, metrics and events such as datastore- and virtual machine–specific alarms. These alarms can trigger new automated workflows to remedy and preempt problems. Proactive Management Host profiles – Standardize and simplify how you configure and manage VMware ESXi™ host configurations. Capture the blueprint of a known, validated configuration—including networking, storage and security settings—and deploy it to many hosts, simplifying setup. Host profile policies can also monitor compliance. Resource management for virtual machines – Allocate processor and memory resources to virtual machines running on the same physical servers. Establish minimum, maximum and proportional resource shares for CPU, memory, disk and network bandwidth. Modify allocations while virtual machines are running. Enable applications to dynamically acquire more resources to accommodate peak performance. Dynamic resource allocation – vCenter Server continuously monitors utilization across resource pools and intelligently allocates available resources among virtual machines according
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VMware vSphere

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AT A GLANCE VMware vSphere® Essentials Kit and Essentials Plus Kit deliver the industry-leading virtualization platform at an affordable price for IT environments that run 20 or fewer server workloads. With vSphere Essentials Plus Kit, a small business can leverage a comprehensive and cost-effective virtualization solution to protect its business, reduce its IT footprint and save on IT costs. KEY BENEFITS • Provide business continuity and alwaysavailable IT • Reduce IT footprint and simplify management • Save on IT hardware costs • Improve service levels and application quality • Strengthen security and data protection
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VMware vSphere 6.5

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vSphere 6.5 introduces key developer- and automation-based enhancements to further simplify interactions for developer and automation specialists. These enhancements are being made across both the application program interfaces (APIs) and the command-line interfaces (CLIs) to give customers their choice of access with language bindings and automation tools. Application Program Interfaces vCenter Server has received new extensions to its REST-based API. In vSphere 6.0, this API set provided the ability to manage the Content Library and tagging. In vSphere 6.5, it now also provides the ability to manage and configure the vCenter Server Appliance and enables basic VM management. vCenter Server Appliance API vCenter Server Appliance features a new and simplified REST-based API that can consistently handle the following functions: • Accessing the appliance • Managing user accounts • Verifying the health of the appliance and its services • Managing networking configurations such as firewall rules and proxy settings • Providing a file-based backup or restore of an appliance • Managing system settings such as NTP • Checking the uptime or version Virtual Machine API Additional functionality has been added for handling the management of VMs. Using the new REST-based interface, users can read information; create, update or delete VMs; set their power state; and work with the hardware. Hardware tasks include connecting the CD-ROM, updating the RAM allotment, adding a network adapter, removing a hard disk, and so on. All of these functions not only are available via developer and automation tooling but also are simplified to ensure that they are easily discoverable. And the use of strong defaults means that only necessary information must be specified. For example, creating a VM is now as easy as 12 lines of JSON and a single API call.
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