Windows Server
Ken Hyld, PMM Microsoft
Agenda
• Ignite
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http://channel9.msdn.com/
• Nano Server
• SW defined
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Network
Storage
Compute
Cloud OS
Vision
Microsoft’s vision of the unified
platform for modern business
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Customer
transform the datacenter
unlock insights on any data
empower enterprise mobility
enable application
Development
Management
CONSISTENT
PLATFORM
Microsoft
Identity
Data
Virtualization
Service
Provider
MS Ignite
• Chicago
• 23k+ deltagere
• 570+ danskere
• 1146 sessioner
I want just the components needed to
accomplish my goals and nothing more
Our Server Journey
Server Roles/Features
GUI Shell
Windows/
WindowsNT
Full Server
Server Core
Windows NT to
Windows Server
2003
Windows Server 2008
and
Windows Server 2008 R2
Minimal Server
Interface
Server Core
Windows Server 2012
and
Windows Server 2012 R2
We need server configuration optimized for the
cloud
Preliminary Results
Servicing Improvements*
30
23
25
25
26
23
11
12
20
10
8
15
20
6
6
15
10
Number of
Reboots
Critical Bulletins
Important
Bulletins
10
8
9
5
5
4
2
2
0
0
0
Nano Server
Server Core
Full Server
3
Nano Server
Nano Server
Server Core
Full Server
* Analysis based upon 2014 patches
Full Server
Server Core
Security Improvements
Services running
Drivers loaded
50
120
98
100
80
46
45
25
40
31
25
30
60
35
30
40
35
73
Ports open
20
22
20
15
15
10
12
10
20
5
5
0
0
Nano Server
Server Core
0
Nano Server
Server Core
Nano Server
Server Core
300
30
255
26
250
25
150
10
100
5
50
0
0
Nano Server
Server Core
139
120
200
15
160
140
21
20
Kernel memory in
use (MB)
Boot IO (MB)
Process Count
150
100
80
60
61
40
20
0
Nano Server
Server Core
Nano Server
Server Core
Setup Time (sec)
350
300
300
7
6
4.84
5
250
VHD Size (GB)
Disk Footprint (GB)
6.3
6
5
4
4
200
3
3
150
2
100
50
40
1
2
1
.292
0
0
Nano Server
Server Core
.41
0
Nano Server
Server Core
Nano Server
Server Core
Transform the datacenter
Build a
software-defined
foundation
Microsoft Azure
Automate and
secure your
infrastructure
Windows Server
Extend
to the cloud
on demand
Microsoft System Center
The software-defined datacenter
Highly customized
Reimagine compute
Scale to your
largest workloads
Industry-leading scale and performance
Zero-downtime migrations
Drive up your
consolidation ratio
Increase scale per
cluster
Open-source integration
Infrastructure for hardware-based security
Hyper-V: winning
virtualization share
Reimagine networking
Server virtualization
Virtual machine A
Virtual machine B
Network virtualization
Network A
Network B
Microsoft Azure
Virtualization
Virtualization
Physical server
Physical network
Service Provider
SDN – What’s in it for me?
Reimagine storage
Lower cost than traditional storage infrastructure
Software Defined Storage in Windows Server 2012 R2
Primary application data storage on cost affective,
continuously available, high performance SMB3
File Shares backed by Tiered Storage Spaces
Hyper-V Clusters
SMB3 Storage Network Fabric
1
1.
Performance, Scale, Fault-Tolerance:
SMB3 File Storage network
2.
Continuous Availability and Seamless Scale Out:
File Server Nodes
3.
Reliability, Elasticity, Performance:
Tiered Storage Spaces
4.
Reduced Cost: Standard Volume Hardware
5.
Unified Management: System Center
2
Scale-Out File Server
Clusters
Storage Spaces
Shared JBOD
Storage
3
4
5
Focus of this talk!
Storage Spaces Shared Nothing
Enable cloud hardware designs
Support for servers with local storage
Support for SATA, SAS and NVMe devices
Hyper-V Cluster(s)
Scalability
Scale to larger number of drives in a pool
Add or remove resources as needed
Simple storage expansion
Availability
Resilient to node and disks failures
Zero downtime servicing and failover
Management
System Center Virtual Machine Manager
System Center Operations Manager
SMAPI / PS
Use cases
Scoped for disaggregated compute and storage in v1
Hyper-V storage and replica storage for Service Providers
Archive storage for Service Providers
SMB3 Storage Network Fabric
Under the hood
SMB3 Storage Network Fabric
Storage Access (Scale-Out File
Server)
Remote data access for Hyper-V
Data access resiliency
File System (CSVFS/ReFS)
System-wide data access
Fast VHDX creation, grow and merge
Storage Spaces
Storage pooling
Virtual disks
Data storage resiliency
Scale-Out File Server
\\FileServer\Share
Cluster Shared Volumes
C:\ClusterStorage
Storage Space
Virtual Disks
Storage Pool
Software Storage Bus
Spans all storage nodes
Virtualizes physical disks
Leverages SMB3 and SMB Direct
Storage nodes with internal disks
SATA, NVMe, SAS
Software Storage Bus
Storage
Node
Storage
Node
Storage
Node
Software Defined Storage System
Storage
Node
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