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The only limitations they have experienced are in the size and number of hard drives, and in the number of NICs and HBAs. They believe these are addressed (for now) with the c-Class. They see the cost of VMware as high, making it hard to argue for ROI without including analysis for all the OpEx savings. They calculate their breakeven at four or five servers consolidating down to one. Their experience is that the move to virtualization has been slower than they had thought, with lots of things to consider. They see it now in terms of learning a new operating system environment (which it is), and highly recommend VMware training and other vendor services, such as a study of your environment and best practices recommendations.
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Their final words: blades and virtualization have been great for them, but are not right for everybody. Their advice, Measure twice and cut once. Decide what s right for you first, and then focus on implementation decisions. Once you ve deployed virtualization, you can t change easily. And if you need 10 hard drives, or incredible graphics, blades may not be right.
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Industry: Large government installation in the United States Blades: 250 IBM blades in 12 BladeCenter chassis in 3 racks 150 Egenera blades across 7 BladeFrames Virtualization: VMware ESX, VirtualCenter, VMotion in test Environment: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Windows 2003, SUSE Linux Red Hat Cluster Suite Global File System (GFS) Oracle RAC, SAS, Microsoft SQL
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This government installation provides IT services for a large government organization. In 2004, it undertook a major project to develop a utility computing model that would bring their decentralized infrastructure back into one centrally managed IT facility.
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This project was started to address both organizational and IT technical issues, recentralizing and standardizing the design, implementation, purchasing, and management of IT resources. IT issues included multiple hardware and software platforms from too many different vendors; SAN islands; and various disparate file system layouts, operating systems, and versions. The goal of the new utility architecture was to standardize applications on blade servers with AMD processors, Red Hat Linux and MS Windows operating systems, and a centrally managed SAN.
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The project was based on a two-step implementation. The first step was to consolidate applications and standardize on two hardware platforms. The second step was to implement server virtualization to further reduce the number of physical servers.
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The blade evaluation process began with a market-research study in 2004, followed by an extensive RFP sent out to the four major blade vendors at the time (IBM, HP, Sun, and Egenera), and included a massive bake-off, in the words of the project manager. The Sun solution at the time was the Sun Grid Computing solution, comprised of 1U rack servers with Topspin InfiniBand highspeed interconnect. The blade evaluation included functionality testing, performance testing, and cost-benefit analysis of both the hardware and its related tool sets. The testing was conducted in an in-house blade lab, which was established specifically for this process. The acquisition strategy was to choose two vendors to implement, to avoid a sole-source installation. The virtualization evaluation has just started, with a test of VMware as the first step.
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As a result of the blade evaluation process, IBM and Egenera were selected for implementation. Due to the high-speed interconnect of the Egenera BladeFrames at 2.5Gb/s node-to-node communication, and the higher-speed processors and large memory options on Egenera blades, Egenera is used for the higher-end applications, such as Oracle RAC and SAS. (The IBM BladeCenter H, IBM s high-performance solution, was not available at the time of the initial evaluation.) The remaining applications with no particular high-speed requirements are implemented on IBM BladeCenter. These applications include web servers, Windows infrastructure (Active Directory, SQL Server), NetBackup media servers, security applications, and so on. Overall, IT feels that both products are handling the load pretty well, with no complaints about performance. They are very pleased with the automated failover capabilities of Egenera, and would like to replicate them on IBM BladeCenter, which they feel does not have the same level of functionality. For example, if an Egenera BladeFrame detects a hardware failure, the Egenera PAN Manager automatically restarts the same functions on a different blade.
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