VMware Cloud Provider Pod 1.0 is now Available!

With Love, from VMware to the Cloud Provider

 

Cloud Providers are specialists in multi-cloud management for Enterprise customers today. They are harbingers of the bleeding edge in multi-cloud, and caretakers of compliance and security for cross-cloud applications. If you’re among that crème de la crème of cloud admins that get to call themselves Cloud Providers, VMware is bringing you some great news today.

VMware Cloud Provider Pod, an automated deployer for VMware cloud environments, is now available. Announced at VMworld in August 2018, Cloud Provider Pod brings customization, speed, and reliability to the deployment of Cloud Provider environments.

 

3 Key Cloud Provider Asks. Delivered.

The Cloud Provider Pod delivers three key innovations –

  • The Cloud Provider Pod Designer allows you to design a cloud environment of your choice. Need network assessment? Check. Need hyper-converged storage? Check. If not, uncheck. It’s really that simple.
  • The Cloud Provider Pod Deployer auto-configures and deploys the full stack of VMware software solutions selected for your custom-designed cloud with a single click.
  • In addition, the Cloud Provider Pod generates detailed cloud design and operations blueprints customized to your designed environment based on VMware Validated Designs. These are known as VMware Validated Designs for Cloud Providers.

 

Focused on Your Business Outcomes

Cloud Provider environments are complex to set up, optimize and maintain. Add to that the varying needs of your customer-base, performance concerns at scale, seasonal variability, and interop and reliability considerations. All of this leads to staff productivity drain, underutilized capex, ballooning opex, and increased time to market.

Cloud Provider Pod aims to alleviate many of these problems.

 

By giving the Cloud Provider admin the independence to custom-design a software-defined datacenter, the Pod leverages existing investments, vendor relationships and skillsets. The Pod can deploy a cloud on an extremely wide range of hardware (see User Guide), and this environment can be integrated seamlessly with existing vCloud Director environments.

 

The Cloud Provider Pod saves potentially months of deployment effort by automating the preparation and deployment of management and resource clusters. The resulting stack possesses core cloud provider capabilities such as datacenter extension, migration, multi-tenancy, chargeback, multi-site, availability, and metering. Moreover, with cloud services natively built into VMware vCloud Director, such as cloud operations, hybrid extension, datacenter stretching, backup, and more, the Pod helps you – as a cloud provider – get to service-readiness faster than ever before.

 

Finally, the Pod eliminates staff drain and work-hours owing to interop, scale and reliability testing by auto-generating VMware Validated Designs for Cloud Providers, in adherence with VMware’s famed VVDs. VVD for Cloud Providers are rigorously tested for scale and performance so that your cloud environment ‘just works’, even for business-critical workloads. VVD for Cloud Providers adopt the proven software-defined datacenter design principles of VMware Validated Designs and add validation and testing to suit Cloud Provider environments.

VVD for Cloud Providers have a targeted refresh of every six months, in close alignment with every new release of Cloud Provider Pod.

 

Get Started

The Cloud Provider Pod was built based on close attention to feedback from the Cloud Provider family. The Pod helps Cloud Providers design a custom cloud environment that lowers their infrastructure spend; deploys a datacenter environment in one click, reducing their time to revenue; and helps get to seamless cloud operations and maintenance, improving customer satisfaction.

Get started with the Cloud Provider Pod!

 

Additional Resources

Watch the Keynote

Check out the Demos

Read the User Guide and Release Notes

Find out more about VMware Validated Designs

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New KB articles published for the week ending 13th October,2018

VMware NSX for vSphere NSX Manager service fails with the error: “Illegal access” Date Published: 9-Oct-18 NSX startup or lookup service registration fails in NSX-v Date Published: 10-Oct-18 Unable to add new configs to NSX (6.4.1) ESG with FIPS mode Enabled Date Published: 11-Oct-18 VMware SDDC Manager How to download logs from the SDDC Manager

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HA Futures: Orchestrated Restart and Restart Priority – Part 1 of 4 – (Please comment!)

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Last week I visited Palo Alto. I had a long conversation with my friends from the vSphere HA team. I have done a series of articles in the past asking for feedback/comments on future features/functions of HA that the team is looking to implement. One of the first features I would like to discuss is Orchestrated Restart and Restart Priority. Funny enough, this feature is one I discussed in the previous series as well.

For those who don’t know, today you can specify in the vSphere Client what the dependency is between VMs. If a host fails, or multiple hosts fail, and the VMs in a dependency chain are impacted than HA ensures that these VMs are powered on in a particular order. And actually, vSphere HA also has the ability to specify what the restart priority should be of VMs. I described both of these features here. The difference between the two is fairly straightforward though: restart priority are considered “soft rules” and restart orchestration is considered a hard rule. In other words: if one VM can’t be restarted when restart orchestration is used then the next batch will not start.

The UI, to be honest, is confusing, and having two similar concepts that more or less do the same is also confusing. We have discussed various things we would like to have your opinion on. Please leave your feedback in the comments using a valid email address, this way when needed we can follow up.

  • Would you like to have the ability to restart a full chain of VMs, when Orchestration or Priority is enabled and only a few VMs in the chain are impacted by a failure? In other words, would you like to have an option that allows you to restart running VMs that are part of a chain which is impacted by a failure?
  • Would you like to have Orchestrated Restarts / Restart Priority for APD impacted VMs and VM & App Monitoring as well?
  • Would you like to have Orchestrated Restarts and Restart Priority combined in a single feature?
    • Potentially have an option to have multi-level for Orchestration like Restart Priority has
    • Define if it is a “hard” or “soft” rule

And of course, if you feel anything else needs to change about this feature, then please also leave that in a comment. The HA team will be reading this, and are happy to take all feedback they can get. Please help shape the future of HA!

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VMware vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud Disaster Recovery 1.5 – Available Now

 

vCloud Availability C2C DR

 

VMware is announcing vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud Disaster Recovery (DR) 1.5. As a core component of the VMware Cloud Provider Platform, vCloud Availability ensures application continuity between vCloud Director Virtual Data Centres. It fills a much-needed gap in providing native Disaster Recovery of workloads between vCloud Director instances.  

 

 

VMware vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud DR is a core part of the VMware Cloud Provider Platform which continues to innovate solutions applicable for enterprise and Cloud Providers.  

  • Enterprises seeking managed services or self-service solutions on VMware can utilize the Cloud Provider Platform’s solutions to run cloud services, whether on-premises, in a Cloud Provider datacenter or across multiple clouds. The platform caters for 100% compatibility and investment protection as customers move their VMware workloads and applications to cloud.  
  • Cloud Providers play an important role in assisting enterprises migrate to cloud and running and operating their managed services. Cloud Providers can utilise the Cloud Provider Platform solutions to migrate customers quickly, safely and efficiently to scalable, repeatable and validated cloud solutions across multiple clouds to meet the customers’ needs whilst owning the end to end service for the customer.  
Cloud Provider Platform

 

The vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud solution is designed expressly for VMware Cloud Providers to run on top of vCloud Director and offer Cloud-to-Cloud Disaster Recovery Services between different org vDCs on the same vCloud Director or to a different vCloud Director instance. It enables further monetization of existing VMware vCloud Director multi-tenant cloud environments with replication and failover capabilities for vCloud Director workloads at both VM and vApp level.  

 

The vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud DR 1.0 has been in production for about half a year with great results from Cloud Providers such as Telefonica Chile and Strencom in Ireland who report a 72% reduction in man-hours spent diagnosing failed customer replications on their SAN based replication solution, with additional features available in vCloud Availability Cloud to Cloud corresponds to an annual Operational cost saving of $15-$20,000 per customer. 

 

Version 1.5 is a direct upgrade of 1.0 and builds on the success of 1.0 with several new key areas:  

vCloud Availability Key Areas

 

vCloud Director UI

 

Say hello to an integrated UI with vCloud Director!  

 

VMware Cloud Provider Partners’ can now offer Disaster Recovery services within their vCloud Director 9.1 UI for Tenant and Provider workflows.  

  • For Cloud Providers on earlier versions, there is a different UI (exactly the same functionality) that is accessible everywhere and like the vCloud Director UI, it maintains symmetry for source or destination execution of Disaster Recovery workflows and inventory access.  
  • For tenants, no more screen hopping – by enabling ‘Disaster Recovery’ in the toolbar for their org (disabled by default), they can see it in their vCloud Director UI. Cloud Providers can use this as a nice upsell to their customers.  

 

Both UI’s utilise a public API, new in 1.5, aligned to Swagger definition to help automate API related processes. The API provides the ability to authenticate and manage sessions to the Replication manager; vApp replication workflows (create replication, delete replication, query, failover, failback, test, pause, resume sync etc), system health monitoring, initial configuration (register tunnel service, configure, DNS, endpoint config, query etc) and sites management. This API enables Cloud Providers to embed vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud DR functionality in existing portals if necessary or utilise the API functions to optimize operational functions.  

 

vCloud Availability Usability and Policy Controls

 

Usability improvements & Policy controls ensure stability and enable tiered services 

 

Much of the feedback we received from 1.0 was around enforcement of controls and usability improvements for larger environments. As a result, we implemented policy controls for Cloud Providers to specify a min RPO at a tenant Org level, allowing them to tier their offerings to their tenant Orgs. In addition with vSphere 6.5, we also naturally support the lowest RPO of 5 min! Furthermore, Cloud Providers can also limit impacts on storage over-utilization with the ability to set the maximum number of snapshots per Org and maximum number of replications per tenant. 

A single native solution brings many benefits, like using the same authentication within vCloud Director to have integrated user sign-on for tenant admins or org users. 

Within large environments, where there are many VMs and vApps, users can now filter in the UI for replication actions on multiple, single & groups (vApps), speeding up execution of workflows. Properties for assets can also now be edited on single, multiple vApp, VMs, and create snapshots, select recovery actions, all assisting configuration speed.  

 

vCloud Availability Scale Improvements

 

Scale improvements to meet higher volume demand 

 

Cloud Providers must have the ability to scale, most importantly in multi-tenant cloud environments supported by Cloud Director. With increased testing and validation, we found: 300 active protections using a single large vCloud Availability Replicator, 100 (up from 30 in 1.0) tenants with active replications, 7 active vCloud Availability Replicator instances per vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud instance and up to 2 TB size of protected VMDK. In terms of concurrency, we’re up to 120 concurrent operations. For this purpose, we successfully tested 3000 active protections across more than 100 tenants! (Note: these are not set limits, only what we have tested)

  

vCloud Availability Orchestration Plugin

 

Orchestration plugin to create your own workflows and runbooks 

 

Orchestration is a critical component of any DR solution, for example the ability to order power-up of workloads and applications can make a critical impact on recovery time. vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud 1.5 will be able to execute a separate plugin (available post GA) to provide exposed orchestration in vRealize Orchestrator that will assist with inventory tasks and collect data from vCloud Availability vApp Replication Service/Manager instances.  

With the newly exposed UI extensibility capabilities in vCloud Director, workflows could run from vRealize Orchestrator Client or import into vCD, as tiles for operations teams or tenants to execute – a great managed service opportunity. 

  

vCloud Availability C2C DR Day 2 Operations

 

Helping Cloud Providers with ‘day 2’ operations 

 

Naturally, Cloud Providers must ensure service quality and maintain service levels by monitoring and setting alerts as various problems occur. vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud 1.5 supports the vRealize Operations 6.6.1 and above plugin (available post GA) for monitoring all components and activities, inventory, health status, threshold alarms and detailed capacity, replication status and violation reports. Cloud Providers can now deliver additional managed service reporting or ensure they are maintaining SLA and quality KPI for the service itself.  

 

In summary, a lot is in vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud DR 1.5 and we expect this to be a highly adopted solution for our VMware Cloud Provider partners.  

 

What to know more? 

Please visit https://www.vmware.com/products/vcloud-availability.html or https://cloudsolutions.vmware.com/ for more solution ideas 

 

Author – Guy Bartram, Director, Product Marketing, CPSBU

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VMware vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud Disaster Recovery 1.5 – Available Now

 

vCloud Availability C2C DR

 

VMware is announcing vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud Disaster Recovery (DR) 1.5. As a core component of the VMware Cloud Provider Platform, vCloud Availability ensures application continuity between vCloud Director Virtual Data Centres. It fills a much-needed gap in providing native Disaster Recovery of workloads between vCloud Director instances.  

 

 

VMware vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud DR is a core part of the VMware Cloud Provider Platform which continues to innovate solutions applicable for enterprise and Cloud Providers.  

  • Enterprises seeking managed services or self-service solutions on VMware can utilize the Cloud Provider Platform’s solutions to run cloud services, whether on-premises, in a Cloud Provider datacenter or across multiple clouds. The platform caters for 100% compatibility and investment protection as customers move their VMware workloads and applications to cloud.  
  • Cloud Providers play an important role in assisting enterprises migrate to cloud and running and operating their managed services. Cloud Providers can utilise the Cloud Provider Platform solutions to migrate customers quickly, safely and efficiently to scalable, repeatable and validated cloud solutions across multiple clouds to meet the customers’ needs whilst owning the end to end service for the customer.  
Cloud Provider Platform

 

The vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud solution is designed expressly for VMware Cloud Providers to run on top of vCloud Director and offer Cloud-to-Cloud Disaster Recovery Services between different org vDCs on the same vCloud Director or to a different vCloud Director instance. It enables further monetization of existing VMware vCloud Director multi-tenant cloud environments with replication and failover capabilities for vCloud Director workloads at both VM and vApp level.  

 

The vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud DR 1.0 has been in production for about half a year with great results from Cloud Providers such as Telefonica Chile and Strencom in Ireland who report a 72% reduction in man-hours spent diagnosing failed customer replications on their SAN based replication solution, with additional features available in vCloud Availability Cloud to Cloud corresponds to an annual Operational cost saving of $15-$20,000 per customer. 

 

Version 1.5 is a direct upgrade of 1.0 and builds on the success of 1.0 with several new key areas:  

vCloud Availability Key Areas

 

vCloud Director UI

 

Say hello to an integrated UI with vCloud Director!  

 

VMware Cloud Provider Partners’ can now offer Disaster Recovery services within their vCloud Director 9.1 UI for Tenant and Provider workflows.  

  • For Cloud Providers on earlier versions, there is a different UI (exactly the same functionality) that is accessible everywhere and like the vCloud Director UI, it maintains symmetry for source or destination execution of Disaster Recovery workflows and inventory access.  
  • For tenants, no more screen hopping – by enabling ‘Disaster Recovery’ in the toolbar for their org (disabled by default), they can see it in their vCloud Director UI. Cloud Providers can use this as a nice upsell to their customers.  

 

Both UI’s utilise a public API, new in 1.5, aligned to Swagger definition to help automate API related processes. The API provides the ability to authenticate and manage sessions to the Replication manager; vApp replication workflows (create replication, delete replication, query, failover, failback, test, pause, resume sync etc), system health monitoring, initial configuration (register tunnel service, configure, DNS, endpoint config, query etc) and sites management. This API enables Cloud Providers to embed vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud DR functionality in existing portals if necessary or utilise the API functions to optimize operational functions.  

 

vCloud Availability Usability and Policy Controls

 

Usability improvements & Policy controls ensure stability and enable tiered services 

 

Much of the feedback we received from 1.0 was around enforcement of controls and usability improvements for larger environments. As a result, we implemented policy controls for Cloud Providers to specify a min RPO at a tenant Org level, allowing them to tier their offerings to their tenant Orgs. In addition with vSphere 6.5, we also naturally support the lowest RPO of 5 min! Furthermore, Cloud Providers can also limit impacts on storage over-utilization with the ability to set the maximum number of snapshots per Org and maximum number of replications per tenant. 

A single native solution brings many benefits, like using the same authentication within vCloud Director to have integrated user sign-on for tenant admins or org users. 

Within large environments, where there are many VMs and vApps, users can now filter in the UI for replication actions on multiple, single & groups (vApps), speeding up execution of workflows. Properties for assets can also now be edited on single, multiple vApp, VMs, and create snapshots, select recovery actions, all assisting configuration speed.  

 

vCloud Availability Scale Improvements

 

Scale improvements to meet higher volume demand 

 

Cloud Providers must have the ability to scale, most importantly in multi-tenant cloud environments supported by Cloud Director. With increased testing and validation, we found: 300 active protections using a single large vCloud Availability Replicator, 100 (up from 30 in 1.0) tenants with active replications, 7 active vCloud Availability Replicator instances per vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud instance and up to 2 TB size of protected VMDK. In terms of concurrency, we’re up to 120 concurrent operations. For this purpose, we successfully tested 3000 active protections across more than 100 tenants! (Note: these are not set limits, only what we have tested)

  

vCloud Availability Orchestration Plugin

 

Orchestration plugin to create your own workflows and runbooks 

 

Orchestration is a critical component of any DR solution, for example the ability to order power-up of workloads and applications can make a critical impact on recovery time. vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud 1.5 will be able to execute a separate plugin (available post GA) to provide exposed orchestration in vRealize Orchestrator that will assist with inventory tasks and collect data from vCloud Availability vApp Replication Service/Manager instances.  

With the newly exposed UI extensibility capabilities in vCloud Director, workflows could run from vRealize Orchestrator Client or import into vCD, as tiles for operations teams or tenants to execute – a great managed service opportunity. 

  

vCloud Availability C2C DR Day 2 Operations

 

Helping Cloud Providers with ‘day 2’ operations 

 

Naturally, Cloud Providers must ensure service quality and maintain service levels by monitoring and setting alerts as various problems occur. vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud 1.5 supports the vRealize Operations 6.6.1 and above plugin (available post GA) for monitoring all components and activities, inventory, health status, threshold alarms and detailed capacity, replication status and violation reports. Cloud Providers can now deliver additional managed service reporting or ensure they are maintaining SLA and quality KPI for the service itself.  

 

In summary, a lot is in vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud DR 1.5 and we expect this to be a highly adopted solution for our VMware Cloud Provider partners.  

 

What to know more? 

Please visit https://www.vmware.com/products/vcloud-availability.html or https://cloudsolutions.vmware.com/ for more solution ideas 

 

Author – Guy Bartram, Director, Product Marketing, CPSBU

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See you at VMworld Europe

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VMworld Europe is coming up fast. I always get the question where people can find me. This is not an easy question as VMworld Europe usually means two things: sessions and meetings. Actually, it means three things: sessions, meetings and running between those. If you want to find me it is best to attend one of the three sessions I will be part of. Note that one session is full right now.

  • Innovating Beyond HCI: How VMware is Driving the Next Data Center Revolution [HCI3728KE] (seats available)
    Wednesday, Nov 07, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    In this session, I will be joining Yanbing Lee and John Gilmartin up on stage. This is the general session for the Storage and Availability BU as well as the Integrated Systems BU. In this session, we will discuss where, how, and why HCI and VMware Cloud Foundation started. But more importantly where we are today and where we will be going in the future. It will have great demos that reveal what we have planned in the upcoming year(s), so make sure to register for this one!
  • The Power of Storage Policy-Based Management [HCI1270BE] (seats available)
    Wednesday, Nov 07, 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
    The world of software-defined storage moves at a rapid pace, and VMware is one of the biggest enablers. In this session, Cormac and I will guide you through the world of software-defined storage initiatives at VMware and provide a primer to VMware vSAN, VMware Virtual Volumes (VVol), persistent cloud-native storage options (Project Hatchway), the VMware vSphere APIs for I/O filtering, and the binding factor in these cases: storage policy-based management. Be warned: We will bring demos!
  • vSphere Clustering Deep Dive, Part 1: vSphere HA and DRS [VIN1249BE] (session full, but show up to get on the wait list!)
    Tuesday, Nov 06, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    In this session, Frank and I will take you through the trenches of VMware vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) and vSphere High Availability (HA). Find out about options to optimize your DRS settings for your specific requirements and goals, such as if you should be load balancing on active or consumed memory, as well as what has recently changed in the DRS algorithm and if it will impact DRS behavior. And for vSphere HA, you will learn about when it restarts virtual machines (VMs), what kind of restart times to expect, and where you can find evidence that a VM (or multiple) have been restarted. You will find out about all of these items and more. Prepare to dive deep, as the basics will not be covered.

Oh, and rumor has it that Frank, Niels and I may be handing out some signed copies of our book again at the Rubrik booth… More on that later. I am hoping we will see long queues through the solution exchange again.

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Top 20 Articles for vSAN,September 2018

Component metadata health check fails with invalid state error “Host cannot communicate with all other nodes in vSAN enabled cluster” error vCenter Server 6.0 Update 2 displays on non-vSAN enabled ESXi hosts displays the message: Retrieve a ticket to register the vSAN VASA Provider Status of TLSv1.1/1.2 Enablement and TLSv1.0 Disablement across VMware products The

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Top 20 Articles for NSX,September 2018

Virtual machine in ESXi is unresponsive with a non-paged pool memory leak VMs running on ESXi 5.5 with vShield endpoint activated fails during snapshot operations Performing vMotion or powering on a virtual machine being protected by vShield Endpoint fails When using VMware vShield App Firewall, virtual machines fail to connect to the vSwitch/vDS/network with the

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Top 20 Articles for vSphere,September 2018

“The transaction log for database ‘VIM_VCDB’ is full” error on a Microsoft SQL DB server ESXi 5.5 Update 3b and later hosts are not manageable after an upgrade “Host IPMI system event log status” alarm in vCenter Server Determining where growth is occurring in the vCenter Server database ESXi host disconnects intermittently from vCenter Server

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New KB articles published for the week ending 6th October,2018

VMWare ESXi VDIs giving message “USB re-direction is not available for this desktop” Date Published: 5-Oct-18 Virtual Machines running on an SE sparse snapshot may report guest data inconsistencies Date Published: 5-Oct-18 VMware Fusion Unable to launch virtual machine after Fusion install with message “Application cannot run correctly” Date Published: 3-Oct-18 VMware Integrated OpenStack VIO

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