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VMware Infrastructure 3 (VI3) is a solution aimed at enterprises that are looking to consolidate full-scale production systems It is the most scalable of the VMware platforms with new management, load-balancing, and high-availability features
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Figure 1-1 VMware ESX Server allows different virtual servers to use their portion of system
resources as if they were their own
As VI3 is based on ESX Server, it is not dependent on a host operating system, and it can be used to host virtual machines running Windows, Linux, or other common operating systems Since VI3 is so scalable, it can run up to 128 concurrent virtual machines on multiple ESX servers, all managed from a central console Those servers can all be configured to share a common file system the VMware Virtual Machine Fine System (VMFS) hosted on local disks, Network Attached Storage (NAS), or Storage Area Network (SAN) storage VMFS makes provisioning and management of virtual machines much simpler It makes it possible to dynamically allocate resources and profess loads across both virtual machines and physical servers In fact, you can move an entire virtual machine from one server to another, even while users and applications are actively using it Additionally, once the virtual machines are installed, they can be managed remotely VI3 employs the VMware Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS), which automatically tunes processor, memory, and other resources VMware High Availability (HA) adds automatic failover if there is a hardware or software problem, and VMotion makes it possible to migrate live virtual machines from one server to another This aids in maintenance and load balancing
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Virtualization Overview
Connectix
Connectix Corp was a company that made virtualization software for Windows and Macintosh-based computers In 2003 Microsoft acquired their virtualization technology and now uses it in their own virtualization products Connectix s technology allowed customers to migrate to next-generation technology from Microsoft, while still being able to use legacy applications Virtual PC for Mac provided integration of Windows on the Macintosh platform, enabling Mac OS customers to run Windows-based applications, access PC networks, use Windows-only Internet applications, and share files with PC-based colleagues Virtual PC for Mac joined the Macintosh Business Unit s mix of Mac products, such as Office vX, Entourage X, and Internet Explorer for Mac Virtual PC for Windows provided Windows desktop customers with an additional tool for migrating to Windows XP or Windows 2000 Professional, supported legacy applications, and enabled a range of other uses for application development, call centers, technical support, education, and training Virtual Server addressed customer demand for an application migration solution based on virtualization and supported by Microsoft In addition, it provided cost efficiencies by consolidating multiple Windows NT 40 servers and their applications into a single Windows Server system Though Connectix is now defunct, Microsoft continues to develop virtual machine solutions based on the Connectix technologies
Microsoft
Microsoft has dipped its toes into most different types of technology Sometimes they get it right and sometimes they don t Though this book focuses on Microsoft s Hyper-V solution, it isn t the first time they have developed virtualization solutions In fact, in addition to Hyper-V, there are two other virtualization products from Microsoft out there While not as grand in scope as Hyper-V, they are still a means to add virtualization to your organization Let s talk a little more about Virtual PC, Virtual Server, and Hyper-V in an examination of what Microsoft brings to the virtualization party
Virtual PC
Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 is a desktop virtual machine solution to help you migrate legacy applications to Windows Vista Virtual PC offers customers a cost-effective safety net to ease their migration to Microsoft Windows Vista and a tool to help accelerate the development, testing, deployment, and support of PC applications The configuration screen is shown in Figure 1-2 For example, Microsoft Virtual PC allows enterprise customers to run multiple operating systems on one PC, so employees can run critical legacy applications on an interim basis while IT professionals proceed with the migration to the end user s workstation to the latest version of the Windows operating system
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