Category: Virtualization


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http://www.vmworld.com/community/sessionslabs/

U.S. General Sessions

                    Europe Sessions (selected sessions w/ video)

ALT2004 Building the VMworld Lab Cloud Infrastructure
BC6701 VMware Data Recovery: All You Need to Know!
BC7803 Planning and Designing an HA Cluster that Maximizes VM Uptime
BC8432 SRM Futures: Failback and More
BC8675 SRM Futures: Workload Mobility
DV7614 Migrating to Windows 7 with VMware View
DV8044 Server-Hosted Virtual Desktops: What the Vendors Aren’t Telling You
DV7706 VMware View Composer: Technical Deep Dive and Best Practices
DV8284 Your Laptop in the Workplace: Bring Your Own PC, Mobile Workers and Contractors with VMware View
EA7849 Design, Deploy, and Optimize Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 on vSphere
MA8649 VMware vCenter Configuration Manager: Our Foundation for Compliance in the Private Cloud
MA7528 VMware vCenter Server: Operational Best Practices in the Datacenter
MA8237 VMware vCloud Director Technical Overview
MA9301 New Performance Mgmt Technology for Virtual Infrastructure and the Private Cloud
PC7303 Bridging App Mgmt Between Public and Private Clouds: Tech Preview of VMware’s Next Generation Solution
SE7811 VMware View Security Architecture and Best Practices
TA6720 Troubleshooting using ESXTOP for Advanced Users
TA6944 VMware PowerCLI Is For Administrators!
TA7171 Performance Best Practices for vSphere
TA7805 Tech Preview: Storage DRS
TA7994 VMware vStorage Update for vSphere 4.1
TA8037 vApps, OVF, and Advanced VM Templates in vSphere
TA8051 Infrastructure Technologies to Long Distance VMotion – What Is VM Teleportation?
TA8129 A Beginner’s Guide to Performance Troubleshooting with vSphere
TA8133 Best Practices to Increase Availability and Throughput for VMware
TA8233 Prioritizing Storage Resource Allocation in ESX Based Virtual Environments Using Storage I/O Control
TA8595 Virtual Networking Concepts and Best Practices
TA9420 VMware vSphere 4.1 Overview

                    Desktop Virtualization

DV6946 The Future of VMware Workstation and Cloud Development
DV7164 Migrating to Windows 7 with VMware View
DV7167 Design Consideration for Migrating to Windows 7
DV7180 ThinApp: What’s New and Future Vision
DV7281 Virtual Desktop Cloud – The Future Vision of End-User Computing
DV7500 VDI Assessment & Migration
DV7701 Embracing Employee-Owned Mobile Phones – The Why and How
DV7706 View Composer – Technical Deep Dive & Best Practices
DV7757 VMware View Technical Overview
DV7778 Journey Through a 3000 Seat VMware View (VDI) Deployment Ensuring Business Continuance During Snowmageddon 2010
DV7841 The Methods and Benefits of Virtualizing the DOD Classroom
DV7907 The VMware View Reference Architecture
DV7959 The Benefits of VDI and Implementation Strategies for Education
DV8009 VMware on VMware: Delivering VMware View for R&D
DV8044 Server-Hosted Virtual Desktops: What the Vendors Aren’t Telling You
DV8046 Deciphering the Thin Client Puzzle – View and Thin Client Technologies
DV8284 Your Laptop in the Workplace: Enabling Bring Your Own PC, Mobile Workers and Contractors with VMware View
DV8324 VDI Performance Benchmarking and Best Practices
DV8383 Troubleshooting ThinApp Applications
DV8408 Modernize Clinical Desktops with VMware View and ThinApp – Healthcare Panel Discussion
DV8636 Put VMware Fusion to Work for Your Business
DV8641 Choosing the Right Desktop Virtualization Platform
DV8677 Stateless Desktops at The Bank Of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.
DV8695 Best Practices for Deploying Network Intensive Applications on VMware View
DV8861 Enabling the Cerner Instant Access Solution for the Physician’s Desktop with VMware View
DV9500 Quantifying the Business Benefits of VMware View Virtual Desktop Solution
DV9540 Case Study & Live Demo of View 4.x in an Enterprise Production Environment by Brown Shoe Company, with Lessons Learned on SAN, User Profiles, Folder Redirection, Etc.

                    Management (Private Cloud)

MA6580 Bridge the ESX/ESXi Management Gap Using the vSphere Management Assistant (vMA) – Tips & Tricks
MA7140 vCloud Architecture Design Strategies and Design Considerations
MA7528 VMware vCenter Server: Operational Best Practices in the Datacenter
MA7768 Head-to-Head Comparison: The VMware Advantage Over Microsoft for Building a Private Cloud
MA7777 How a Strategic Approach to Virtualization Helped IT Organizations in the Public Sector Build a Private Cloud
MA7884 Building a Private Cloud at Siemens IT Solutions and Services
MA8027 Provisioning vApps on Vblock with upcoming VMware Cloud Technologies
MA8030 Saving Time with vCenter Orchestrator
MA8092 Cloud Futures: The Infrastructure Authority
MA8181 Optimizing Your Virtual Infastructure Capacity with vCenter CapacityIQ
MA8237 VMware vCloud Director Technical Overview
MA8267 Building the Cloud at Los Alamos National Lab: Infrastructure On Demand
MA8317 Technical Deep Dive: vCenter Chargeback
MA8339 10 Best Free Tools for vSphere Management
MA8388 Hear From Several VMware Customers Who Have Successfully Built and Deployed a Private Cloud
MA8649 VMware vCenter Configuration Manager: Our Foundation for Compliance in the Private Cloud
MA8940 Self-Service and Workflow Automation for the Private Cloud
MA9121 Lab Automation Best Practices
MA9300 Management Best Practices for a Successful Transition to the Private Cloud
MA9301 New Performance Management Technology for Virtual Infrastructure and the Private Cloud
MA9789 Virtualization Management Customer Panel
MA9800 How To Get From A VMware Cluster To Cloud?

                    Sponsors / Technology Partners

SP8053 How Application Virtualization Can Accelerate Virtual Desktop Adoption
SP8262 Cisco Nexus 1000V Update: Preparing the Virtual Machine Networking for the Cloud
SP8373 Getting Over ‘The Hump’ – How to Expand Your Stalled Virtualization Deployment
SP8452 How the Dallas Cowboys Kickoff Innovation with HP Converged Infrastructure
SP8543 Backup & Disaster Recovery – How to Protect Systems and Applications Across Physical, Virtual, and Cloud Environments
SP9240 Business Critical Applications Virtualisation: Datacenter Transformation Towards Cloud Computing Infrastructure
SP9638 Getting the MAX from Your Virtualization Investment
SP9639 Network-Based Policy Management and Hypervisor Bypass for VMs with Cisco UCS
SP9641 The Chefs and The Soup: The Importance of Management in Workspace Virtualization
SP9642 Simplifying Scale-Out Storage Infrastructure for a Private Cloud
SP9643 Accelerating the Transformation to the Cloud
SP9644 Virtual Appliances: Simplifying Application Deployment and Accelerating Your Journey to the Cloud
SP9645 IDC Says, “Don’t Move to the Cloud”
SP9646 Application Deployment, Considerations, and Use Cases with Vblocks
SP9647 Enhanced Business Continuity with Application Mobility on Vblocks Across Datacenters
SP9648 Desktop Virtualization – The Next Big Thing
SP9649 Imagine Virtually Anything: Building a Fully Dynamic Datacenter with Cisco, NetApp, and VMware
SP9650 A Prescriptive Approach for VM Protection Today and Strategies to Help You Migrate to the Cloud Tomorrow
SP9651 Parting the Clouds: Evaluating Clouds and Cloud Providers for the Enterprise
SP9652 Data Management in Modern Virtualization Environments
SP9653 Best Practices for Building an Advanced Operating Model for the Enterprise Cloud
SP9654 Migrating Mission Critical Applications from RISC to Virtualized IA at Eli Lilly
SP9656 Where is the ROI in Desktop Virtualization? How Can I Maximize It?
SP9657 Identifying and Measuring the TCO for VDI – A Customer Perspective
SP9658 Actual Clouds – Value On Demand
SP9659 Essential Storage for Cloud Infrastructures: Key Considerations for Enterprises and Service Providers
SP9661 Hindsight is 20/20: Top Things You Should Know Before Choosing Storage for VMware vSphere
SP9662 Using Storage to Efficiently Scale and Manage Enterprise VMware Workloads
SP9663 Optimizing Virtualization Using Advance Memory and Storage Technology
SP9664 Architecting Solutions to Meet the Challenges of Scaling VMware Environments
SP9665 Customers Sound Off!! – Making Backup & Recovery Better with VMware and EMC
SP9666 From Virtualization Management to Cloud Computing
SP9667 Virtual Data Warehousing – Improving the Time to Data Mine!
SP9668 Using Integrated Storage and vSphere Management to Improve Performance and Provide Ease-of-Use
SP9701 Turning Cloud Services into a Business Reality – with Dynamic Cloud Services from Fujitsu Technology Solutions
SP9702 Shortening the Distance Between Applications, End Users and IT across Physical, Virtual and Cloud Infrastructures
SP9703 How to By-Pass the Usual IT Roadblocks and Get Your Private Cloud Up and Running in Less Than 30 Days
SP9704 VDWhy?
SP9705 Recommendations to Reach the Cloud Computing Promises: Maximum Flexibility with End-to-End Performance
SP9706 Zero Clients – Revolutionize Your IT with a New Approach for Client Virtualization!
SP9707 Virtualisation – Just Do It: Strategies/Tools for Speedy P2V Migrations
SP9708 Breaking the Sound Barrier: Voice Virtualization
SP9709 Virtual Voice and Unified Communications: So How Does That Work?
SP9710 Learn How IBM Systems and Mid Range Storage Can Help You Deliver New Levels of Virtualisation
SP9712 Five Strategies for Growing Towards the Cloud
SP9714 RISC Migration to vSphere
SP9715 Under the Hood: Common Questions About the PCoIP® Protocol and New Technology Developments
SP9716 Accelerating the Virtual Era with Dell
SP9717 Introducing the Dell Management Plug-in for VMware vCenter
SP9718 Take Server Virtualization to the Next Level with Utility Storage
SP9719 VMware and Novell – The Journey to the Cloud Just Got Easier
SP9721 How to Use Virtual I/O to Provision and Manage Networks and Storage Resources in a Private Cloud
SP9722 A Vision for a Hybrid Cloud: Seamless and Consistent Management of Private and Public Cloud Environments
SP9723 Designing Optimal Networks for Virtual Apps – Why It Makes All The Difference
SP9724 Virtualization without Compromise: Data Protection for the Virtual World
SP9725 How to Cope with the User Experience Challenges in VMware View Deployments
SP9726 Anti-Virus Built On vShield Endpoint : A New Paradigm for Security in Virtual Environments
SP9740 How to Move to VMware View with Minimal User Impact
SP9741 The New Standard for Data Protection
SP9742 Maximizing Performance and Optimizing Capacity to Transform the Data Center
SP9743 VDI Unleashed: A Reference Architecture for Accelerating Adoption and Time to Value in VDI Deployments
SP9760 Dell’s Next Generation Datacenter and VMware
SP9761 Virtual Desktop Considerations with 10GbE, Solid State Disk Drives and vStorage Enhanced Deployments
SP9820 Getting the Most Out of Your Storage Infrastructure with Client and Server Virtualization
SP9821 Backup with Deduplication: Accelerating the Journey to 100% Virtualization
SP9825 Bioware’s Quest: The Search for Business Continuity
SP9880 Agentless Anti-Virus with Seraph: A New Paradigm for Security in Virtual Environments

                    Technology & Architecture

TA6720 Troubleshooting using ESXTOP for Advanced Users
TA6841 Cisco Nexus 1000v: Architecture, Deployment, and Management
TA6862 vDS Deep Dive: Managing and Troubleshooting
TA6944 PowerCLI Is For Administrators!
TA7121 Next Generation VM Storage Solutions with vStorage API for Array Integration (VAAI)
TA7171 Performance Best Practices for vSphere
TA7743 ESX iSCSI News, Configuration, and Best Practices
TA7750 Understanding Virtualization Memory Management Concepts
TA7805 Tech Preview: Storage DRS
TA7962 Modern Networking in a Virtualized Environment
TA7994 vStorage Update for vSphere 4.1
TA8018 Architecting for Performance
TA8037 vApps, OVF, and Advanced VM Templates in vSphere
TA8051 Infrastructure Technologies to Long Distance VMotion – What Is “VM Teleportation”?
TA8052 Strengthening Healthcare Information Systems with Pervasive Virtualization
TA8065 Storage Best Practices, Performance Tuning and Troubleshooting
TA8101 Virtual Storage and VMware vSphere: Best Practices and Design Considerations
TA8012 Tuning Linux for Virtual Machines
TA8129 A Beginner’s Guide to Performance Troubleshooting with vSphere
TA8133 Best Practices to Increase Availability and Throughput for VMware
TA8158 Surviving VMware on Blades
TA8188 Competitive Platform Shootout: VMware vSphere Versus XenServer and Hyper-V
TA8218 VMware Storage Vision
TA8233 Prioritizing Storage Resource Allocation in ESX Based Virtual Environments Using Storage I/O Control
TA8245 ESXi Internals: Better Understanding for Better Management and Troubleshooting
TA8265 Cisco Nexus 1000V Customer Panel
TA8270 Get the Best VM Density From Your Virtualization Platform
TA8361 Future Direction of Networking Virtualization
TA8440 10Gb & FCoE Real World Design Considerations
TA8452 Designing Resilient Networks for vSphere and NFS
TA8595 Virtual Networking Concepts and Best Practices
TA8623 Storage Super-Heavyweight Challenge
TA8661 Deploying vSphere in a ROBO Environment
TA8900 vSphere Administration For The Average Admin
TA9420 vSphere 4.1 Overview
TA9655 EMC IT’s Journey to the Private Cloud and Enterprise Application Virtualization
TA9767 Why You Should Migrate to ESXi with vSphere 4.1

                    Labs

LAB01 VMware View 4.5 Installation & Configuration Hands-On Lab
LAB02 VMware View 4.5 – Advanced Hands-On Lab
LAB03 VMware ThinApp 4.6
LAB04 SpringSource – Hyperic and tc Server411010
LAB05 Intro to Zimbra Collaboration Suite
LAB06 VMware vCenter Configuration Manager – Provisioning, Patching, and Software Distribution
LAB07 VMware vCenter Configuration Manager – Achieving Compliance
LAB08 VMware vCenter AppSpeed
LAB09 VMware vCenter Data Recovery
LAB10 VMware vCenter Server Heartbeat
LAB11 VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager – Basic Install & Config
LAB12 VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager – Extended Config & Troubleshooting
LAB13 VMware vCloud Director – Install and Configure
LAB14 VMware vCenter Chargeback – Advanced
LAB15 VMware vCenter CapacityIQ
LAB16 VMware vCloud API
LAB17 VMware vCenter Orchestrator
LAB18 VMware vCloud Director – Networking
LAB19 VMware vCenter Update Manager
LAB20 VMware vCenter vShield
LAB21 Basic VMware vSphere – Install & Config
LAB22 VMware ESX 4.1 – New Features
LAB23 VMware ESXi Remote Management Utilities
LAB24 VMware vSphere Performance & Tuning
LAB25 VMware vSphere Troubleshooting
LAB26 VMware vSphere PowerCLI
LAB27 VMware vSphere Web Services SDK – C#
LAB28 VMware vSphere Web Services SDK – Java
LAB29 VMware vNetwork Distributed Switch and Cisco Nexus 1000V
LAB30 VMware Products – VMware vSphere Sandbox
ALT2000 VMware vCloud Director – Install and Configure
ALT2001 VMware vCloud Director – Networking
ALT2002 VMware vCenter vShield
ALT2003 VMware vNetwork Distributed Switch and Cisco Nexus 1000V
ALT2004 Building the VMworld Lab Cloud Infrastructure
ALT3000 VMware View – Advanced
ALT3001 VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager – Extended Config & Troubleshooting
ALT3002 VMware vCenter Chargeback – Advanced
ALT3003 VMware vSphere Performance & Tuning
ALT3004 VMware vSphere Troubleshooting
ALT3005 VMware vCenter Orchestrator – Orchestrating the Cloud
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Importing Virtual Machines

• Now the VMware Converter is incorporated in VMware Workstation with provides P2V conversion support.
• The following VMs from third party products can now be imported:
   – StorageCraft images (.spf files)
   – Microsoft Virtual PC 7.x and higher (.vmc files)
   – Any version of Microsoft Virtual Server (.vmc files)
   – Symantec Backup Exec System Recovery—formerly  LiveState Recovery (.sv2i files)
   – Norton Ghost images 9.x and higher (.sv2i files)
• VMware Technology Network (VMTN) :
– Virtual Appliances: Cung cấp các OS và ứng dụng tích hợp sẵn
– Thông tin về kỹ thuật như là báo cáo
– Tài liệu
– Tập hợp các kiến thức cơ bản phục vụ cho người dùng
– Diễn đàn
– Các thông tin về sản phẩm dành cho Datacenter
– VMware Technology Newsletter
– Thông tin các khóa đào tạo và các chứng chỉ  của Vmware

• Ngoài ra còn có thêm 2 site sau cũng đề cập nhiều về công nghệ của Vmware
– Petri Knowledgebase and Forums: http://www.petri.co.il/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=43
– Virtualization Blog : http://www.virtualization.info/

Each virtual machine created with VMware Workstation 
provides a platform that includes the following devices that your guest
operating system can see.

·  Processor

·  Chip
Set

·  BIOS

·  Memory

·  Graphics

·  IDE
Drives

·  SCSI
Devices

·  Floppy
Drives

·  Serial
(COM) Ports

·  Parallel
(LPT) Ports

·  UUSB
ports
SB
ports

·  Keyboard

·  Mouse
and Drawing Tablets

·  Ethernet
Card

·  Sound

·  Virtual
Networking

Processor

·  Same processor as that on host computer

·  One virtual processor on a host with one or
more logical processors

·  Two virtual processors (two-way virtual
symmetric multiprocessing, or Virtual SMP) on a host with at least two logical
processors.

Note: The following are all considered to have
two logical processors:

·  A single-processor host with hyperthreading
enabled

·  A single-processor host with a dual-core CPU

·  A multiprocessor host with two CPUs, neither
of which are dual-core or have hyperthreading enabled

See Using
Two-Way Virtual Symmetric Multiprocessing (Experimental)
.

Chip Set

·  Intel 440BX-based motherboard

·  NS338 SIO

·  82093AA IOAPIC

BIOS

·  PhoenixBIOS™ 4.0 Release 6 with VESA BIOS

Memory

·  Up to 3.6GB, depending on host memory

·  Maximum of 4GB total available for all
virtual machines

Graphics

·  VGA and SVGA support

IDE Drives

·  Up to four devices — disks, CD-ROM or DVD-ROM
(DVD drives can be used to read data DVD-ROM discs; DVD video is not supported)

·  Hard disks can be virtual disks or physical
disks

·  IDE virtual disks up to 950GB

·  CD-ROM can be a physical device or an ISO
image file

SCSI Devices

·  Up to seven devices

·  SCSI virtual disks up to 950GB

·  Hard disks can be virtual disks or physical
disks

·  Generic SCSI support allows devices to be
used without need for drivers in the host operating system. Works with
scanners, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, tape drives and other SCSI devices

·  LSI Logic� LSI53C10xx Ultra320 SCSI
I/O controller

·  Mylex� (BusLogic) BT-958
compatible host bus adapter (requires add-on driver from VMware for Windows XP
and Windows Server 2003)

Floppy Drives

·  Up to two 1.44MB floppy devices

·  Physical drives or floppy image files

Serial (COM) Ports

·  Up to four serial (COM) ports

·  Output to serial ports, Windows or Linux
files, or named pipes

Parallel (LPT) Ports

·  Up to three bidirectional parallel (LPT)
ports

·  Output to parallel ports or host operating
system files

USB ports

·  Two-port USB 1.1 UHCI controller

·  Supports most devices including USB printers,
scanners, PDAs, hard disk drives, memory card readers and digital cameras, as
well as streaming devices such as webcams, speakers, and microphones.

Keyboard

·  104-key Windows 95/98 enhanced

Mouse and Drawing Tablets

·  PS/2 mouse

·  Serial tablets supported

Ethernet Card

·  Up to three virtual Ethernet cards

·  AMD PCnet-PCI II compatible

·  For 64-bit guests: Intel Pro/1000 MT Server
Adapter compatible

Sound

·  Sound output and input

·  Emulates Creative Labs Sound Blaster AudioPCI
(MIDI input, game controllers and joysticks
are not supported, except for USB devices)

Virtual Networking

·  Support for nine or more virtual Ethernet
switches, depending on the host operating system. Three switches are configured
by default for bridged, host-only, and NAT networking.

·  Support for most Ethernet-based protocols,
including TCP/IP, NetBEUI, Microsoft Networking, Samba, Novell Netware, and
Network File System.

·  Built-in NAT supports client software using
TCP/IP, FTP, DNS, HTTP, and Telnet, including VPN support for PPTP over NAT.

• VMware Server

– Miễn phí
– Có thể chạy như services và chạy vào lúc boot
– Đa người dùng truy cập
– Hỗ trợ web console
– Hỗ trợ đến 64 GB Ram cho mỗi máy ảo
– Khuyên nên chạy cho các OS Server trong việc ảo hóa các ứng dụng server

• VMware Workstation

– $189
– Hỗ trợ Snapshot Manager và chạy script khi snapshot
– Khuyên nên chạy cho các OS máy trạm sử dụng cho việc kiểm thử ứng dụng,patch OS….
– Phiên bản 6 hỗ trợ Vista như là host
– Cho phép lưu lại các hoạt động đang diễn ra trên máy ảo thành file Movie

VMware (EMC)

 
VMware Player

 
VMware Workstation

 
VMware Server 1.x,2.x (used to be GSX)

 
VMware Infrastructure (VI) 3 (ESX Server)

  http://www.vmware.com

Microsoft

 
Microsoft Virtual PC

  Microsoft Virtual
Server

  Hyper-V

  microsoft.com/windowsserversystem/virtualserver/default.mspx

VirtualIRON

 
VirtualIRON

  http://www.virtualiron.com

Parallels

 
Parallels Desktop & Workstation

  http://www.parallels.com

OpenSource

 
Linux Xen

  http://www.xensource.com

• Ngoài ra các bạn có
thể tham khảo thêm các sản phẩm khác ở link dưới đây:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_virtual_machines

  • Theo nghiên cứu IDC có khoảng  750,000 virtual servers đang hoạt động trong năm 2004, và chắc chắn rằng con số này còn tăng nhiều hơn 5 triệu
    vào năm 2009
  • Các lĩnh vực mà ảo hóa được sử dụng :
    – Hợp nhất các ứng dụng (đặc biệt các ứng dụng cũ)
    – Ảo hóa các ứng dụng server trong môi trường doanh nghiệp
    – Tập trung môi trường máy trạm
    – Việc sử dụng phần cứng hiều quả hơn
    – Cải tiến năng suất của nhân viên IT
    • Cần ít admin hơn
    • Ít phải bảo trì phần cứng and hạ tầng về thống cũng ít hơn
    • Việc triển khai server cũng nhanh hơn
    • Phản ứng nhanh chóng với các yêu cầu đòi hỏi của doanh nghiệp
    • Việc thay thế server diễn ra nhanh chóng
  • Kiểm thử và phát triển
    – Cung cấp các điểm khôi phục hệ thống
    – Cung cấp một mạng máy tính tách biasd
    – Các ứng dụng ảo hóa sẵn dùng có thể download miễn phí
  • Khôi phục khi có sự cố
    – Độc lập với phần cứng nên các OS có thể khôi phục dễ dàng

  • Ngoài ra có thể tham khảo CTO Vmware calculator để biết tổng chi phí tiết kiệm được khi sử dụng sản phẩm ảo hóa của Vmware

What is Virtualization

• Virtualization một cách không rõ ràng đây là một thuật ngữ nói đễ dễ hiểu là chúng ta đang nói về Server Virtualization
• Server virtualization là cách thức mà bạn sử dụng từng máy ảo với phần cứng riêng biệt các máy ảo có thể chạy cùng một thời điểm
• Đối với hầu hết người dùng khi nói đến virtualization thì luôn nghĩ đến hai sản phẩm giống như  MS Virtual PC/Server or VMware Workstation/Server.Chúng ta hãy cùng nhìn vào hình ảnh sau:



• Đây được gọi là Virtualization Management Layer Approach.Host Operating System được gọi là Host. Host ở đây sẽ giao tiếp và phục vụ các request mà hosting  guest operating systems yêu cầu.Host có đủ tài nguyên cần thiết để cung cấp cho tất cả các guest operating systems.
• Và lưu ý khi bạn sử dụng ảo hóa thì hiệu năng sẽ giảm từ 5-20% so với việc không ảo hóa. Tuy nhiên nếu bạn có một sự phân tích đúng đắn và chọn đúng giải pháp ảo hóa thì hiệu năng sẽ giảm không đáng kể.

• Đối với các doanh nghiệp lớn có ngân sách và cần hiệu năng lớn nhất thì có thể sử dụng  Dedicated Virtualization Approach. Các sản phẩm tiêu biểu cho dòng này: VMware ESX Server,Hyper-V. It works like this:Oracle VM, VMware‘s ESX Server, LynxSecure from LynuxWorks, L4 microkernels, Green Hills Software‘s INTEGRITY Padded Cell, VirtualLogix‘s VLX, TRANGO, IBM’s POWER Hypervisor (PR/SM), Microsoft’s Hyper-V (released in June 2008), Xen, Citrix XenServer, Parallels Server (released in 2008), ScaleMP’s vSMP Foundation (released in 2005) and Sun’s Logical Domains Hypervisor.Ta hãy nhìn vào hình dưới đây để hiểu rõ hơn:

Here’s a closer look at the “Virtual Network Operations Center,” a
Second Life demo of IBM’s technology for creating virtual worlds that
provide real-time monitoring of a distributed network of data centers.
It provides a 3D model of your actual racks and servers, along with
multiple screens presenting information about the status of your data
center. There’s also a lounge where your sysadmin avatars can take a
break. So do the virtual sysadmins work while their real-life
counterparts relax? Or is it the other way around?



Hiện Vmware workstation đã cho ra phiên 6.5 với nhiều tính năng mới nâng cấp và cải tiến đáng kể như:

  • Cấu hình và kiểm tra các ứng dụng đa người dùng, cập nhật ứng dụng, và cài đặt các bản vá của hệ thống trên một máy tính duy nhất
  • Dễ dàng khôi phục hay chia sẻ các môi trường kiểm tra, giảm thiếu việc cấu hình lặp lại và thời gian cài đặt phần mềm
  • Hướng dẫn phân luồng qua máy tính bằng cách cho phép sinh viên bắt
    đầu từ trạng thái nguyên thủy và thử nhiệm với nhiều hệ điều hành, ứng
    dụng, công cụ trong các máy ảo bảo mật và độc lập

  • Chạy thử nghiệm phần mềm hay các cấu hình đa người dùng phức tạp trên một máy tính xách tay duy nhất
  • Tăng tốc trợ giúp các vấn đề từ người dùng với thư viện các máy ảo cấu hình sẵn
  • Hỗ trợ nhiều về DirectX 9.0c 3D
  • Ngoài ra tính năng mã hóa VMs có thể sử dụng trên PCs hoặc sao chép đến các thiết bị lưu trữ di động
  • Tính năng mới chưa từng có trong các bản trước Record and Playback đặc biệt hữu dụng cho developers tìm kiếm bugs
  • Tích hợp tính năng virtual debuger vào Visual Studio và Eclipse để bạn có thể triển khai,chạy thử,gỡ rối chương trình trực tiếp trong VM từ IDE của bạn

Vậy đối tượng nào thì nên sử dụng VM Workstaion đó là bất kỳ ai đang làm việc trong lĩnh vực phần mềm muốn kiểm thử phần mềm hoặc các network admin muốn test các tính năng mới của một OS hoặc có thể là ai đó muốn tìm hiểu về các công nghệ ảo hóa của VMware thì bản Workstation này nên thử đầu tiên



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