VMworld 2017 PBO1757BU - Configuring a Hybrid Cloud with VMware Cloud Foundation

2b60f038e196add9756714ba505b3189?s=47 Ryan Johnson
September 09, 2017

VMworld 2017 PBO1757BU - Configuring a Hybrid Cloud with VMware Cloud Foundation

Presented at VMworld 2017.
Recording at https://youtu.be/2-4Fnmt2tBU

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Ryan Johnson

September 09, 2017
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  1. Ryan Johnson Staff Technical Marketing Architect, VMware, Inc. VCIX6-DCV, VCIX6-NV,

    VCAP65.-DCV, VCAP7/6-CMA VCP7-CMA, VCP6*-* @tenthirtyam PBO1757BE Configuring a Hybrid Cloud with VMware Cloud Foundation
  2. • This presentation may contain product features that are currently

    under development. • This overview of new technology represents no commitment from VMware to deliver these features in any generally available product. • Features are subject to change, and must not be included in contracts, purchase orders, or sales agreements of any kind. • Technical feasibility and market demand will affect final delivery. • Pricing and packaging for any new technologies or features discussed or presented have not been determined. Disclaimer 2
  3. What exactly is ”Hybrid Cloud?” Hybrid Private Public

  4. Hybrid >

  5. Hybrid Cloud 5 Adoption of public or private clouds without

    creating cloud silos. Hybrid Cloud Platform Consistent and simple to operate Private Cloud Public Cloud Compatible across on- and off-premises Workload Ready
  6. Designing and Building a Hybrid Cloud is often the Bottleneck

  7. VMware Cloud Foundation Compute Storage Network Cloud Management Lifecycle Automation

    Public Cloud Private Cloud
  8. Run Your Apps and Workloads Anywhere 100% Owned 100% Operated

    Consolidate and Migrate Migrate more of your private cloud workloads to the public cloud Reduce and Eliminate Run all of your apps and workloads in the public cloud Maintain and Expand Run select apps and workloads in the public cloud VMware gives you ultimate cloud flexibility and freedom. Expand Maintain Migrate Consolidate Outsource
  9. VMware Cloud Foundation Broad Ecosystem of Hardware Partners and Cloud

    Service Providers Private Cloud Public Cloud A single platform powering on-premises and public clouds. Simple, consistent operational experience that leverages existing tools, skills, people, and investments Private Cloud Public Cloud Seamlessly extend Cloud Foundation into the public cloud and consume as a service
  10. © 2017 VMware Inc. All rights reserved. | Slide 10

    Automated Deployment and Bring Up of the Private Cloud Physical Deployment Power On Validation Customer Info Input Management Cluster Built SDDC Ready VMware Cloud Foundation APP APP APP • Rack fully assembled or delivered to customer • Power and networking connected per site survey • SDDC Manager brought up • System checked against known good inventory • DOA’s or other discrepancies identified • Datacenter parameters such as DNS, Active Directory, NTP etc. input by customer • IP address ranges and networks for Management, vMotion, vSAN and VXLAN • vSphere, NSX, vSAN, brought online • vSAN datastore created • Management packs installed & configured • Availability settings management configured
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    Customer Delivery Automation Initialized Customer Request Automated Platform Build SDDC Ready VMware Cloud Foundation APP APP APP • Final Validations • Customer Portal Updates • Systems and Credentials • 100% Operational • Inventory Selection • Networks and IP Addresses Selected • Hosts Validation and Preparation • SDDC Manager Brought Online • Region Selection • Environmental Parameters Set • Cost Calculated • API Keys Validated • Deployment Initiated • vSphere, NSX, vSAN, Configured and Brought Online • Availability Settings Configured Automated Deployment and Bring Up in the Public Cloud
  12. Building Hybrid Cloud with VMware Solutions on IBM Cloud 12

    Compatible. Managed. Distributed. Cloud Foundation Cloud Foundation IBM Cloud Region 1 Cloud Foundation Workload Portability Between Clouds Region 2 Cloud Foundation Region 3 Cloud Foundation Access to All IBM Cloud Services Private Cloud
  13. Building Hybrid Cloud with VMware Cloud on AWS 13 13

    Compatible. Managed. Distributed. Cloud Foundation Cloud Foundation IBM Cloud Region 1 Cloud Foundation Workload Portability Between Clouds Region 2 Cloud Foundation Region 3 Cloud Foundation Private Cloud Access to All Amazon Web Services
  14. Demo Deploying an Instance of VMware Cloud Foundation on IBM

    Cloud
  15. Some Design Considerations Hybrid Cloud with VMware Cloud Foundation Network

    Transport Core Network Services Content Delivery Extending Cloud Management Extending Cloud Operations
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    Isolated No network connection from private cloud to public cloud resources. (Not so hybrid. J) Network Transport Options Hybrid Cloud with VMware Cloud Foundation Direct Connect Dedicated network connection from private cloud to public cloud resources. IPsec VPN Secured network connection from private cloud to public cloud resources over the Internet.
  17. Direct Connect 17 Hybrid Cloud Connectivity On-Premises Private Cloud Interconnect

    Provider Public Cloud Provider
  18. Direct Connect Example 18 Hybrid Cloud Connectivity Palo Alto, CA

    Private Cloud Equinix San Jose, CA IBM Cloud
  19. Direct Connect with IBM Cloud Example 19 Hybrid Cloud Connectivity

    Palo Alto, CA Private Cloud Equinix San Jose 02, CA IBM Cloud Interconnect Edge 10.254.9.50 XCR 10.254.9.49 BBR 50.97.17.79 Arista DCS 7050S 169.254.1.218 169.254.1.122 Portable Gateway 10.160.52.65 TORs Private Network TORs Public Network TORs VCF-SP Public FCR Public Edge On-Prem Edge Internet TORs VCP Uplink VCF Core 1 GbE Equinix Interconnect MTU 9000 BGP Peering for Route Advertisements Edge Firewalls
  20. Core Network Services 20 Isolation vs. Integration Public Cloud Instance

    Directory Services Network Time Protocol Domain Name Services Private Cloud Instance Directory Services Network Time Protocol Domain Name Services
  21. Core Network Services 21 Hybrid Cloud with VMware Cloud Foundation

    Private Cloud Instance x Corporate Directory Services Public Cloud Instance x Provider Directory Services Corporate Network Time Protocol Provider Network Time Protocol Read-Only Corporate Directory Services Corporate Domain Names Services demo.vmware.com Provider Domain Name Services bluemix.vmware.com Corporate Cloud Foundation Instance pao01.demo.vmware.com Provider Cloud Foundation Instance sjc01.bluemix.vmware.com
  22. vSphere Content Library vSphere Content Library Content Delivery 22 Using

    the Content Library in the Hybrid Cloud Templates / Customization Specs Templates / Customization Specs Private Cloud Public Cloud os-win-2012-r2-x64 os-lnx-rhel-7-x64 os-lnx-centos-7-x64 … os-win-2012-r2-x64 os-lnx-rhel-7-x64 os-lnx-centos-7-x64 … Synchronization vRealize Automation Blueprints vRealize Automation Blueprints Export Consumed By Consumed By Import
  23. Personalized IT Service Catalog for App Teams Self service catalog

    that delivers personalized application and cloud infrastructure services
  24. Extending the Cloud Management Portal 24 Hybrid Cloud vRealize Automation

    ESXi Host ESXi Host ESXi Host ESXi Host Private Cloud Instance x NSX Manager vCenter Server vRA Proxy ESXi Host ESXi Host ESXi Host ESXi Host Public Cloud Instance x NSX Manager vCenter Server vRA Proxy
  25. Extending the Cloud Management Portal 25 Configure vRealize Automation .1

    Add Endpoints § vCenter Server § NSX Manager § and association. Manage Compute Resources § Collect Inventory § View or Add Reservations Create Fabric Group § Add Fabric Administrators § Assign Compute Resources Configure Reservations § Allocate Resources to a Business Group in a Tenant Consume! § Build § Deploy § Manage 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4 STEP 5 STEP
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  34. Demo Extending vRealize Automation Blueprints to VMware Cloud Foundation on

    IBM Cloud
  35. Extending the Cloud Operations 35 Hybrid Cloud vRealize Operations Analytics

    Cluster Private Cloud vRealize Automation ESXi Host ESXi Host ESXi Host ESXi Host Public Cloud Instance vRealize Operations Remote Collector vRealize Log Insight Cluster NSX Manager vCenter Server vRA Proxy vRealize Log Insight Cluster ESXi Host ESXi Host ESXi Host ESXi Host Public Cloud Instance x vRealize Operations Remote Collectors NSX Manager vCenter Server vRA Proxy vRealize Log Insight Cluster
  36. Expanding Resources 36 Hybrid Cloud with VMware Cloud Foundation Workload

    Domain vSphere vSAN NSX Provider Portal Add Server Add Host 2 SDDC Manager Add Resources Expand Workload Domain Setting Value CPU 52 Ghz Memory 0.5 TB Disk 8 TB Your account will be charged. Number of bare metal servers to add. Estimated Cost $4000/mo Uses the Cloud Foundation APIs
  37. Demo Expanding SDDC Resources for VMware Cloud Foundation on IBM

    Cloud
  38. Public Cloud with VMware Cloud Foundation Self-Managed or Managed Service

    Launched or Scheduled in Portal or by Provider Automated by APIs vSphere, NSX, vSAN and SDDC Manager Transparent to Workloads Automated Upgrade and Patch Hybrid Cloud with VMware Cloud Foundation Private Cloud with VMware Cloud Foundation Self-Managed Scheduled in SDDC Manager Automated by SDDC Manager vSphere, NSX, vSAN and SDDC Manager Transparent to Workloads
  39. Demo Updating and Patching VMware Cloud Foundation on IBM Cloud

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    VMware Cloud Foundation on Public Clouds Agility Compatability Common Management Consistent and Compatible Extension of Your Data Center
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