IBM - Virtual-Machine Aware Networking in Cloud Computing

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IBM - Virtual-Machine Aware Networking in Cloud Computing: Zielgruppe This intermediate course is for technically-oriented networking architects and administrators and systems managers of virtualized operating systems. The subject matter is relevant to all environments; from a few servers to scaled-out cloud computing service provision. Kursziele Widespread virtualization of..
Gerichtet an: Zielgruppe This intermediate course is for technically-oriented networking architects and administrators and systems managers of virtualized operating systems. The subject matter is relevant to all environments; from a few servers to scaled-out cloud computing service provision. Kursziele Widespread virtualization of server resources as taken hold in the IT data center. This paradigm shift in the way infrastructure is implemented has repercussions within organizations and for...

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· Voraussetzungen

You should have: experience with IBM BladeCenter, BladeServers, IBM System x and Entry/Mid - Storage Subsystems.

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IBM - Virtual-Machine Aware Networking in Cloud Computing: Zielgruppe
This intermediate course is for technically-oriented networking architects and administrators and systems managers of virtualized operating systems. The subject matter is relevant to all environments; from a few servers to scaled-out cloud computing service provision.
Kursziele
Widespread virtualization of server resources as taken hold in the IT data center. This paradigm shift in the way infrastructure is implemented has repercussions within organizations and for applications delivery. The move to virtualized server resources has been accompanied by an increasing focus on the network infrastructure used to connect the servers and storage, due in great part to the reliance of virtualized server implementations on virtual machine migration and replication. A new generation of "virtualization-aware" networking technologies have been developed to address these new requirements while also striving to simplify the configuration and administration efforts involved, as well as address organizational issues caused the blurring of classic networking and server teams' lines of responsibility due to the strong dependence of the virtualized OS on the physical network for its basic functionality.
IBM's VMready, developed by BladeNetwork Technologies (now part of IBM) was the industry's first virtualization-aware networking solution, shipping in February 2009. Since that time there has been much development on the market for similar solutions, both standards-based and proprietary in nature. VMReady protects VMs anywhere they move across the data center, automatically synchronizing and unifying network policies and configurations across physical and virtual network. Newer versions of VMReady also offer a direct communication channel between the switch and the virtualized OS hypervisor through the use of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) allowing for a single point of management for both physical and virtualized switches (e.g. vSwitches).
This course will give a technical overview of the present technology and of future directions for virtualization-aware networking in building the data center foundations of both private and public cloud computing environments. It will show how virtualization is driving network topology changes towards larger and flatter layer 2 networks. It includes a review of the main industry player's activities while concentrating on IBM's multi-vendor, standards-based strategy based on the emerging Edge Virtual Bridge standard 802.1bg, to which VMReady has been designed to adhere to.
The course is intended to have a hands-on lab element, showing the configuration and implementation steps and integration in a virtualized server and network implementation.


ZIELGRUPPE
Zielgruppe
This intermediate course is for technically-oriented networking architects and administrators and systems managers of virtualized operating systems. The subject matter is relevant to all environments; from a few servers to scaled-out cloud computing service provision.
Kursziele
Widespread virtualization of server resources as taken hold in the IT data center. This paradigm shift in the way infrastructure is implemented has repercussions within organizations and for applications delivery. The move to virtualized server resources has been accompanied by an increasing focus on the network infrastructure used to connect the servers and storage, due in great part to the reliance of virtualized server implementations on virtual machine migration and replication. A new generation of "virtualization-aware" networking technologies have been developed to address these new requirements while also striving to simplify the configuration and administration efforts involved, as well as address organizational issues caused the blurring of classic networking and server teams' lines of responsibility due to the strong dependence of the virtualized OS on the physical network for its basic functionality.
IBM's VMready, developed by BladeNetwork Technologies (now part of IBM) was the industry's first virtualization-aware networking solution, shipping in February 2009. Since that time there has been much development on the market for similar solutions, both standards-based and proprietary in nature. VMReady protects VMs anywhere they move across the data center, automatically synchronizing and unifying network policies and configurations across physical and virtual network. Newer versions of VMReady also offer a direct communication channel between the switch and the virtualized OS hypervisor through the use of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) allowing for a single point of management for both physical and virtualized switches (e.g. vSwitches).
This course will give a technical overview of the present technology and of future directions for virtualization-aware networking in building the data center foundations of both private and public cloud computing environments. It will show how virtualization is driving network topology changes towards larger and flatter layer 2 networks. It includes a review of the main industry player's activities while concentrating on IBM's multi-vendor, standards-based strategy based on the emerging Edge Virtual Bridge standard 802.1bg, to which VMReady has been designed to adhere to.
The course is intended to have a hands-on lab element, showing the configuration and implementation steps and integration in a virtualized server and network implementation.


KURSINHALT
A technical overview of the increased integration between virtualized operating systems and network operating systems, driven by both virtual-machine mobility and the desire to simplify the networking infrastructure to the greatest degree possible.
Themenübersicht
Introduction
Server virtualization
Network virtualization
Administrative challenges in networked and virtualized environments
Basic VMReady function
  • Vendor agnostic OUI
API connection - for VMWare
  • vs 1000v
  • vs UCS
Future Directions - IEEE 802.1bg
  • VEPA
    • Reflective relay - not permitted today by IEEE, changed by VEPA
    • Uses existing standard frame
    • Full bridge visibility stats
    • Access to bridge features
    • sw vs hw features
    • vsi - vnic of VM
  • Multichannel alterntatives
  • IBM vs other offerings


VORRAUSSETZUNG
You should have:
  • experience with IBM BladeCenter, BladeServers, IBM System x and Entry/Mid - Storage Subsystems.

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