RightScale Webinar: How to Cloud Enable vSphere with RightScale

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<ul><li><p>HOW TO CLOUD ENABLE </p><p>VSPHERE WITH RIGHTSCALE </p></li><li><p>Panelists </p><p> Rishi Vaish </p><p> VP of Product, RightScale </p><p> Utpal Thakrar </p><p> Senior Product Manager </p></li><li><p>POLLS #1 AND #2 </p><p>2 </p></li><li><p>Agenda </p><p> Introduction to RightScale </p><p> From Virtualization to Cloud </p><p> How to get to Cloud with RightScale </p><p> Deep Dive on Cloud Enabling VMware </p></li><li><p>Who is RightScale? </p><p>Self-Service Cloud Analytics </p><p>RightScale Cloud Portfolio Management </p><p>Cloud Management </p><p>Design </p><p>Virtualized </p><p>Environments </p><p>Public </p><p>Clouds </p><p>Other </p><p>Services </p><p>Private </p><p>Clouds </p><p>Automate </p><p>Multi-Cloud Orchestration </p><p>Operate Deploy Report Optimize </p></li><li><p>NIST Definition of Cloud </p><p>Cloud </p><p>On-Demand Self-Service </p><p>Broaad Network Access </p><p>Resource Pooling </p><p>Rapid Elasticity </p><p>Monitored Service </p></li><li><p>Cloud Enabling vSphere </p><p>Cloud RightScale Cloud </p><p>Appliance for vSphere </p><p>vCenter Server </p><p>ESXi </p><p>VMware vSphere </p><p>RigthScale SaaS Platform </p></li><li><p>How RightScale Does It </p><p>RightScale Cloud </p><p>Appliance for vSphere </p><p>vCenter Server </p><p>ESXi </p><p>VMware vSphere </p><p>RigthScale SaaS Platform </p><p>Monitored Service On-Demand Self Service </p><p>Rapid Elasticity </p><p>Broad Network Access </p><p>Resource Pooling </p></li><li><p>POLL #3 </p><p>8 </p></li><li><p> Built with the goal of Cloudifying vSphere </p><p> Simple, Stateless, Fault-tolerant </p><p> No inbound connectivity required </p><p> No vSphere Admin access required </p><p> Works with vSphere 5.1 or 5.5 </p><p>High-level schematic for RCA-V </p><p>On-premises </p><p>Private </p><p>Clouds </p><p>RightScale Cloud Portfolio Management </p><p>Corporate Firewall </p><p>RightScale Cloud </p><p>Appliance for vSphere </p><p>vCenter Server </p><p>ESXi </p><p>VMware vSphere </p><p>Public </p><p>Clouds </p></li><li><p>RIghtScale Cloud Appliance Benefits </p><p>Cloudify vSphere Add cloud capabilities to vSphere </p><p>resources </p><p>Portability Create and move portable workloads across clouds </p><p>and vSphere </p><p>Single pane of glass Manage cloud and virtualized environments from </p><p>one management console and REST API </p><p>Co-existence Leverage RightScale in parallel with vCenter, </p><p>vSphere admins can use familiar tools </p><p>Self-Service/DevOps Provide self-service access to automate workload </p><p>provisioning </p></li><li><p>Cloudify vSphere </p><p> Define standard instance sizes for easy self-service </p><p> Control what tenants or groups can share which </p><p>resource pools </p><p> Provide controlled self-service access to vSphere </p><p>resources </p><p> Meter usage and provide chargeback and showback </p><p> Provide consistent governance for use of </p><p>vSphere and cloud </p><p>resources </p><p>Extend vSphere with Cloud-Like Features </p><p>RightScale </p><p> Standard instance sizes </p><p> Multi-tenancy governance </p><p> Self-service access </p><p> Metering/Billing </p><p> Monitoring </p><p> Audit trails </p><p>VMware </p><p>vSphere </p><p> Sharing of HW resources </p><p> Load balance across hosts </p><p> vMotion, DRS </p><p> Scale up and down on a host </p></li><li><p>Demo </p></li><li><p>13 </p><p> Documentation available at: http://support.rightscale.com/09-Clouds/VMware </p><p> Download, deploy and configure RCA-V (cloud appliance) </p><p> Upload RightImages (or your own bundled Images) </p><p> Register the cloud endpoint on RightScale dashboard Discover images, instance types </p><p> Create Multi-Cloud Image (MCI) out of the Images </p><p> Register them in the ServerTemplate of your choice </p><p>How to get started with RCA-V? </p></li><li><p>Q&amp;A </p><p>Get the White Paper </p><p>From Virtualization to Cloud: Leveraging vSphere, AWS, and Other </p><p>Clouds www.rightscale.com/vsphere-whitepaper </p></li><li><p>THANK YOU. </p></li></ul>