AWS Meetup 2019 - VMware Cloud on AWS Technical Deepdive

AWS Meetup 2019 - VMware Cloud on AWS Technical Deepdive

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Jeffrey Kusters

May 21, 2019
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    VMWARE CLOUD ON AWS TECHNICAL DEEPDIVE Jeffrey Kusters Technology Officer

    at ….…… VMware Cloud on AWS Solution Provider Partner jkusters@itq.nl…… @jeffreykusters…… jeffreykusters.nl……
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    “Nearly all enterprises that AWS works with today start out

    with a significant on-premises footprint and take a hybrid approach to cloud computing.” Andy Jassy, CEO Amazon Web Services
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    virtual machines in on-premises data centers Source: Gartner - Four

    Trends Changing Server Virtualization Decisions 70M
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    Hardware IaaS CaaS PaaS PaaS Push as many workloads as

    technically feasible and through business criteria to the top of the platform hierarchy. FaaS SaaS
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    “Monthly Uptime Percentage” is calculated by subtracting from 100% the

    percentage of minutes during the month in which Amazon EC2 or Amazon EBS, as applicable, was in the state of “Region Unavailable” “Region Unavailable” means that more than one Availability Zone in which you are running an instance, within the same Region, is “Unavailable” to you.”
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    14 Customer Datacenter vSphere vSAN NSX vCenter vCenter Operational Management

    VMware Cloud™ on AWS Powered by VMware Cloud Foundation AWS Global Infrastructure VMWARE CLOUD ON AWS
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    15 AWS Global Infrastructure Customer Datacenter vSphere vSAN NSX Amazon

    EC2 Amazon S3 Amazon RDS AWS Direct Connect AWS IAM AWS IoT … … … … vCenter vCenter Operational Management VMware Cloud™ on AWS Powered by VMware Cloud Foundation AWS Native Services VMWARE CLOUD ON AWS
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    16 HYBRID CLOUD ARCHITECTURE on-premises Datacenter vCenter Server vCenter Server

    Software Defined Data Center VMware Cloud on AWS NSX VDS or VSS vSphere vSphere Storage Content Library Hybrid Linked Mode AWS Global Infrastructure VSAN
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    17 CLOUD SDDC CONFIGURATIONS § 2 SDDCs per Organization* §

    Up to 20 vSphere clusters per SDDC § 3 to 16 hosts per cluster § Only Cluster-01 has management workloads. * Soft limit
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    18 I3.METAL COMPUTE HOST CONFIGURATION § Dual socket CPU host

    configuration § Intel E5-2686 v4 § 18 Cores per socket at 2.3 GHz § 512 GiB memory per host 576 108 8192 1536 TO TO CORES GiB CORES GiB 3 NODE CLUSTER 16 NODE CLUSTER
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    19 I3.METAL COMPUTE HOST CONFIGURATION § 2 Disk Groups §

    8 self-encrypting NVMe devices § 10.2TB raw capacity per host § Deduplication & Compression Enabled § Highly performant and resilient storage system Disk Group #1 Disk Group #2 Cache Tier Capacity Tier
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    20 R5.METAL COMPUTE HOST CONFIGURATION § Dual socket CPU host

    configuration § Intel Platinum 8000 Series CPUs § 24 Cores per socket up to 3.1 GHz § 768 GiB memory per host 768 144 12288 2304 TO TO CORES GiB CORES GiB 3 NODE CLUSTER 16 NODE CLUSTER
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    21 R5.METAL COMPUTE HOST CONFIGURATION VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC

    Elastic vSAN Amazon EC2 R5.metal Amazon EC2 R5.metal Amazon EC2 R5.metal EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS EBS … Management VMs Customer workload VMs § New diskless host instance R5.metal § VMware vSAN integrated with Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) § Higher capacity per host for better VM consolidation – raw capacity ranging from 15TiB to 35TiB § Faster remediation of host failures § Can be the first cluster provisioned in a VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC § Lowers cost for Disaster Recovery use case
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    22 R5.METAL COMPUTE HOST CONFIGURATION § All storage provided by

    EBS GP2 § Raw capacity tier of 15-35TB § Configured at Cluster creation § Adjustable in 5TB increments § Compression Enabled Disk Group #1 Disk Group #2 Cache Tier Capacity Tier Disk Group #3 15TB 20TB 25TB 30TB 35TB
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    23 ADDING HOSTS vSAN Cluster HOST IS ADDED 1. AUTOMATIC

    NETWORK CONFIGURATION 2. 3. vSAN Cluster Management Network vMotion Network vSAN Network VXLAN Network vSAN Cluster vSAN DATASTORE CAPACITY INCREASE
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    24 AUTO REMEDIATION HOST FAILS, OR PROBLEM IDENTIFIED NEW HOST

    ADDED TO CLUSTER. DATA FROM PROBLEM HOST REBUILT, AND/OR MIGRATED PREVIOUS HOST EVACUATED FROM CLUSTER, FULLY REPLACED BY NEW HOST 1. 2. 3. vSAN Cluster vSAN Cluster vSAN Cluster
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    26 STANDARD CLUSTER AWS Global Infrastructure AWS Region vSphere Cluster

    SDDC Availability Zone vSAN Cluster Single-AZ Deployment 99.9%
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    27 STRETCHED CLUSTER x AWS Global Infrastructure AWS Region vSphere

    Cluster Availability Zone Availability Zone Multi-AZ Deployment SDDC vSAN Cluster 99.99%
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    28 DISASTER RECOVERY AS A SERVICE On-prem site (Production) SRM

    VMware Site Recovery VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC 2 (DR site) VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC 1 (Production) VMware Site Recovery 99.999%
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    29 DISASTER RECOVERY AS A SERVICE § Delivered as an

    add-on service with granular, on-demand pricing § Built on VMware’s proven disaster recovery solutions § Automated DR runbook with application-centric runbooks § Bidirectional protection between cloud and on-prem as well as between AWS availability zones § Integrated deeply with the VMware Cloud on AWS services Disaster Recovery to VMware Cloud on AWS vSphere Private Cloud VMware Cloud on AWS AWS
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    30 DISASTER RECOVERY AS A SERVICE vSphere / vSAN vSphere

    / vSAN VR Versioned APIs Allow Multi-Release Compatibility vCenter SRM vCenter SRM VR § Decouple on-premises upgrade from VMC on AWS upgrades § Decouple SRM and VC upgrades § Loosening version dependencies across vCenter, SRM and VR, releases
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    31 NETWORKING IN VMWARE CLOUD ON AWS § NSX-T Provides:

    § Firewall § VPN § Micro segmentation § IPFIX § Port Mirroring § And more… § Direct Connect § VPC Connectivity
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    34 NETWORKING IN VMWARE CLOUD ON AWS Internet CGW ENI

    25Gbps Routed Network 1 192.168.1.0/24 Routed Network 2 172.16.2.0/24 VM VM VM VM VMware Cloud VPC Amazon EC2 Amazon S3 Amazon RDS AWS IoT AWS Native Services (Customer) L2 Extended Network On-Prem Def GW VM MGW VC Edge (2) Ctrl (3) VPN Workload LS-1 (Overlay) Workload LS-2 (Overlay) ESXi hosts NSX mgr Edge Appliance Direct Connect Management Part Compute Part Tier 0 Tier 1 Tier 1
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    35 INTERCONNECTIVITY OPTIONS VMware Cloud on AWS Data Center Interconnection

    Direct Connect Public Internet 172.16.10.0/24 172.16.20.0/24 L3 VPN 10.10.10.0/24 10.10.10.0/24 L2 VPN 192.168.10.0/24 192.168.10.0/24 HCX 172.16.10.0/24 172.16.20.0/24 BGP (L3 VPN optional) 10.10.10.0/24 10.10.10.0/24 L2 VPN 192.168.10.0/24 192.168.10.0/24 HCX
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    36 VMWARE HCX 1 Infra Abstraction between vSphere versions 2

    Infra Hybridity stretched network across multiple data centers and clouds 3 App Mobility with business continuity at scale
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    37 INFRASTRUCTURE ABSTRACTION WITH HCX § App Mobility between any

    vSphere versions across on- premises and VMware Cloud on AWS § Best-In-Class migration, VMware Cloud Motion with vSphere Replication with zero downtime § Secure, Bi-Directional, Traffic Engineered, Network Extension with Auto VPN set up § Use cases: § DC Evacuation § DC Consolidation § Hardware Refresh § DC Extension Infrastructure Hybridity App Mobility vSphere On-Prem vSphere Internet / Direct Connect/WAN VMware Cloud on AWS vSphere HCX Infrastructure Abstraction
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    We are one. We are ITQ. Jeffrey Kusters Zeestraat 250

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