BOM05 DSI Drilldown

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Dynamic Systems Initiative:Technical Drilldown: 

Dynamic Systems Initiative: Technical Drilldown andlt;speaker nameandgt; andlt;speaker titleandgt; Microsoft Corporation

IT Complexity & Cost: 

2003 2008+ 1997 2000 2006 Infrastructure Costs Complexity 1994 Client Server N - Tier Dynamic Systems IT Complexity andamp; Cost Support Management Costs $$ DSI – reducing TCO by building in experience

Full Lifecycle View Required: 

Full Lifecycle View Required Source: David M. Anderson, Design for Manufacturability: Optimizing Cost, Quality, and Time-to-Market, Second Edition (2001), CIM Press 805-924-0200 Production Concept Design Testing Process Planning 0 20 40 60 80 100 locked in lifetime costs incurred Cost (8%) committed Cost (80%) spend against budget Operational Awareness must be built into applications/services from initial design

DSI in a Nutshell …: 

DSI in a Nutshell … Knowledge Models Lifecycle

A Management Revolution: 

A Management Revolution DSI is about changing the IT industry’s mindset DSI is a long-range initiative DSI is designed for all IT environments Open modeling framework Open protocols Open interfaces Microsoft is starting with Windows Partners provide platform-specific knowledge

Design for Operations: 

Design for Operations Manageability must be architected into the system Like scalability Like security

DSI - Strategic Innovation Required: 

DSI - Strategic Innovation Required DSI requires two fundamental building blocks A generic way to model knowledge A generic way to communicate with a system SDM and WS-Management provide the foundation for partners and customers to create manageable systems Systems Definition Model (SDM) WS-Management

System Definition Model (SDM): 

System Definition Model (SDM) Holistic structure of the application, services, and the system Management at design time Service requirements integrated during development Understanding of application structure Manage as a service Health monitoring Holistic view Desired configuration management Auto-provisioning Network access verification Deployment sizing analysis 'What if' testing Forensic simulation Performance management Change andamp; Configuration Simulation / Capacity Planning

DSI and System Center Roadmap: 

Windows Server 2003 Windows Server 2003 R2 Windows Vista Client Windows Vista Server VStudio 2005 DSI and System Center Roadmap Platform MOM SMS New Tech SMS 2003 SP1 System Center Reporting Mgr v2 System Center Capacity Mgr v2 System Center Capacity Mgr 2006 MOM v3 WSUS MOM 2005 MODEL MOM 2005 SP1 SMS 2003 Update System Center Reporting Mgr 2005 MODEL MODEL MODEL SMS v4 System Center Data Protection Mgr

SDM Platform Ecosystem: 

SDM Platform Ecosystem Specialization SLAs IT Policy Health model Capacity modeling Configuration constraints Discipline

Sources of Model and Policy: 

Sources of Model and Policy Development environment (Visual Studio) IT staff through management tools Discovery Operational Monitoring Error reporting Extensible

The Art of Management: 

The Art of Management Knowledge is the key to management Desired state is replicated down - models, constraints, policy, prescriptive guidance, SLAs, patches Actual state is replicated up - inventory, metrics, events, alerts, compliance, service level, results Management consists of resolving conflicts between desired and actual state Developer IT Admin Model CMDB Central Manager Remote Manager Local Model Managed System

Best Location for Management: 

Best Location for Management Classical management not adequate Complexity Scale Agility Mobile systems Consider opposing asynchronous flows for Scalability Agility Autonomy Staleness latency * volatility Scope of control for distributed systems Developer IT Admin Model CMDB Central Manager Remote Manager Local Model Managed System

DSI Vision: Self-managing Systems: 

DSI Vision: Self-managing Systems Self-* systems Self-configuring andamp; self-adapting Self-optimizing Self-deploying andamp; self-cleaning Self-protecting Self-monitoring Self-diagnosing Self-healing Prevention better than cure A self-* system needs knowledge of self andamp; its environment, it is self-aware Self-* is the epitome of model- based management Pervasive model Every app delivered with a model Model in every Windows system Developer IT Admin Model CMDB Central Manager Remote Manager Local Model Managed System

Microsoft Operations Framework: 

A practical implementation of ITIL Microsoft Operations Framework

Managing Systems: 

Managing Systems Reality Models Policy Optimizing Supporting Operating Changing ITIL/MOF workflows

Managing Systems: 

Managing Systems Operational systems share data andamp; synch with reality: deployment, policy, discovery, service level, compliance

Managing Systems: 

Managing Systems Operational systems feed data warehouse, and use its data Historical state

SDM in Visual Studio 2005: 

SDM in Visual Studio 2005 Design-time validation of configurations and deployments SDM Models

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Operation Signature Editor Application Toolbox Web Service Properties © 2005 Microsoft Corporation

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The Data Center: Sketch: 

The Data Center: Sketch

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© 2005 Microsoft Corporation ADVENTURE WORKS DATACENTRE

Data Center: Logical Model: 

Data Center: Logical Model

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Validation Errors Integrated in task list

DSI Core Technical Principles: 

DSI Core Technical Principles SW platforms and tools that enable… Knowledge of an IT System: Architectural intent Operational environment IT policies Resource needs Across platforms To be captured in… Software Models: MOM Management Packs Software update manifests System Definition Model That can be created, modified and operated on ... Across the IT Lifecycle: Develop, Operate, Analyze/Act

DSI Roadmap 2005 - 2007: 

DSI Roadmap 2005 - 2007 Windows Server 2003 R2 (2005) WS-Management Visual Studio (2005) Authoring and validation MOM v3 (2006) Service-level monitoring SMS v4 (2007) Desired configuration management SCCM (2007) Capacity planning Windows Vista Server (2007) Role and workload configuration

Online Resources : 

Online Resources Overall DSI background: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserversystem/dsi/default.mspx SDM Overview/Intro level: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserversystem/dsi/sdm.mspx Partner list: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserversystem/dsi/dsipartners.mspx DSI on-line seminar: http://www.microsoft.com/seminar/shared/asp/view.asp?url=/Seminar/en/20040213SolArch03/manifest.xmlandamp;rate=2 VS2005 and DSI: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnvsent/html/vsts-arch.asp VS2005 and SDM: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnvs05/html/datacenterdesigner1.asp

MMS 2005 DVD Resources: 

MMS 2005 DVD Resources SI02: Improving Operational Efficiency with Microsoft Operations Framework (MOF) SI08: Visual Studio Team 2005 Team Architect: Applications of Model Based management SI09: DSI Today - From Health Model to Management Pack SS01: Introducing System Center Reporting Manager SS03: Planning Deployments of Exchange and MOM 2005 with 'Indy' SW14: Introduction to Data Protection Server

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