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Product Overview:  Product Overview August 2005 Agenda:  Agenda Release Cycle Windows Server™ 2003 R2 Principal Scenarios Simplified Branch Server Management Identity and Access Management Efficient Storage Management Robust Application Platform Slide4:  SP1 & x64 Windows SharePoint Services .NET Framework 2.0 Web Single Sign-on B2B/B2C Commerce and Collaboration Decentralized application directories UNIX identity management Centralized Backup & Management of File and Print High Availability Efficient Publishing & Collaboration Simple SAN Management for the IT Generalist File Server Resource Manager UNIX NFS Connectivity Simplified Branch Server Management:  Simplified Branch Server Management Identity and Access Management Efficient Storage Management Simplified Branch Server Management:  Simplified Branch Server Management Wide-Area Network (WAN) WAN costs can be significant WAN latency issues Management costs Lack of network admins on site in branch offices Tape backup expensive, unreliable Tools need to scale to large number of branches Policy Delegation UI Branch office challenges Simplified Branch Server Management:  Simplified Branch Server Management Replaceable Ease of deployment & replacement Admin free Not require admins in branch sites Simple configuration from central site Accelerator Efficient use of WAN resources – just transfer file deltas Rely on local cache to handle local requests Forward to central server when WAN is available Windows Server 2003 R2 Features Microsoft Branch Server Vision Simplified Branch Server Management:  Simplified Branch Server Management Easily manage your infrastructure with centralized management tools DFS Management Console & Failover with Failback Print Management Console Keep your business running smoothly, by taking advantage of faster data replication DFS: Remote Differential Compression & On-demand replication Reduce administration costs by eliminating local administration & local back-up Windows Server 2003 R2 Features for Branch Simplified Branch Server Management:  Simplified Branch Server Management Key Benefits Centralized Management of File and Print Services High Availability Efficient Publishing & Collaboration Key Enablers DFS Remote Differential Compression Management Console Failover with Failback Print Management Console Simplified Branch Server Management:  Simplified Branch Server Management Identity and Access Management Efficient Storage Management Identity and Access Management:  Your EMPLOYEES Your APPLICATIONS Your PLATFORMS Your REMOTE and VIRTUAL EMPLOYEES Identity and Access Management Challenge: Extending access across users, apps, platforms Identity and Access Management:  Identity and Access Management Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) Lightweight, domain-independent mode of Active Directory for application directory scenarios Interoperability with Domain Mode for authentication Benefit: Tailor directory services infrastructure for local control/autonomy or shared services UNIX Identity Management Server for Network Information Service (NIS) helps integrate Windows and UNIX domains Password synchronization simplifies password maintenance across platforms Benefit: Efficient multi-platform identity management Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) Windows Server 2003 R2 Features Identity and Access Management Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS):  Extend value of Active Directory deployments to facilitate secure web application access for employees, partners and customers Web SSO: Extranet authentication and single sign-on Identity Federation: Distributed web SSO across domains Promotes IT efficiency, end user productivity, and better security Works with existing Active Directory deployments Interoperable with 3rd party security solutions and heterogeneous application platforms Company A Company B Identity and Access Management Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) ADFS Scenario: Web SSO:  ADFS Scenario: Web SSO User credentials and attributes managed in Active Directory/ADAM at the application Benefits: Single sign-on to farm of IISv6 web apps Stronger authentication via forms, client-side certs ADAM support: LDAP user store in perimeter Support for “road warrior” applications Windows Integrated Auth for internal users ADFS auth for external users ADFS Scenario: Identity Federation:  ADFS Scenario: Identity Federation User credentials and attributes managed in “home realm” by partner organization Benefits: Single sign-on to internal and partner web applications Fewer passwords for users to forget Lower password reset costs Centralized administration, delegated to partners Automated restriction of partner app access Logging of inbound and outbound access requests ADFS: Standards-Based Solution:  ADFS: Standards-Based Solution Active Directory Federation Services IBM PingID BMC Oracle CA Quest RSA Centrify + others… Multi-vendor, multi-platform interoperability via Web Services specifications WS-Federation Identity and Access Management:  Identity and Access Management Key Benefits Provide secure web application access to employees, partners and customers, across security boundaries Enable single sign-on for employees across internal and partner applications Centrally manage identities across Windows and UNIX systems Tailor directory services infrastructure to meet varying needs for decentralization or control Key Enablers ADFS, ADAM, Unix Identity Management Web Services Architecture (WS-*) interoperability specifications Other Windows Server tools: Windows SharePoint® Services Authorization Manager (AzMan) Simplified Branch Server Management:  Simplified Branch Server Management Identity and Access Management Efficient Storage Management Efficient Storage Management:  Efficient Storage Management Storage growth estimates: 60-100% per year Managing storage growth effectively is a challenge Adding more direct attached storage (DAS) increases complexity Networked storage solutions can be complex Few IT professionals are storage experts: 35% of SMBs have moved from DAS to networked storage already 40% of SMBs are considering moving to networked storage Costs of managing storage can be 10x the cost of storage Process of consolidating File Servers/Storage is involving Complex and error prone Potential disruption to end users The Challenges of Storage Today Efficient Storage Management:  Efficient Storage Management Windows Server 2003 R2 Storage Management (FSRM) (SMFS) Capacity Management Policy Management File Screening Quota Management Configuration Management File Server Resource Manager Storage Manager for SANs Disk provisioning Disk management Efficient Storage Management:  Efficient Storage Management Capacity Management Determine existing storage capacity usage across the organization Determine whether usage effectively supports organizational goals Define and implement storage policies Adjust the policies as capacity needs grow and as organization needs change Policy Management No easy way to control the type of data stored on file servers Unwanted content must be identified manually Quota Management User home directories often grow quickly causing servers to run out of space Departmental shares can also grow unexpectedly Administrators are only aware of storage crises when the server is already out of space FSRM: Administrator Challenges Efficient Storage Management:  Efficient Storage Management Capacity Management Identify where storage capacity is used inefficiently Identify mechanisms to prevent future capacity misuse Monitor usage patterns and utilization levels Policy Management Eliminate non-business files and improve storage utilization while reducing management costs Implement policies to restrict unauthorized files in order to limit legal exposure Promote a culture of accountability Quota Management Control the amount of space used for a folder or share and limit its impact on server utilization Monitor disk space usage growth per volume, folder, or share Slow down storage growth FSRM: User Scenarios and Benefits Efficient Storage Management:  Efficient Storage Management Administrator Challenges Small-midsize market want SAN benefits, but Existing tools are complex and expensive Administrators have limited experience with SAN technologies Want basic functionality enabling the administrator to easily share storage among servers User scenarios and benefits Offers basic SAN management functionality, including Device discovery LUN creation Storage allocation Enables Shared storage solutions Clustering SMFS: SAN Management and Provisioning Efficient Storage Management:  Efficient Storage Management Basics Uses Virtual Disk Service (VDS) infrastructure Allows Windows® administrators to perform basic array and LUN management Targets small-scale SANs built from simplified hardware MMC snap-in Functionality Discovery of storage arrays on a Fibre Channel or iSCSI SAN, including storage array properties, such as firmware info Creation, deletion and expansion of storage array LUNs Specification of LUN options, such as RAID levels Allocation of LUNs to specific servers on the SAN Monitor LUNs, including status/health and allocation to servers Using VDS, integrates iSCSI, iSNS, MPIO, HBA API local storage management SMFS: SAN Management and Provisioning Efficient Storage Management:  Efficient Storage Management Key storage technology Leading file system virtualization product – virtualizes file servers and network-attached storage devices Provides logical view to physical storage and unified global namespace Users can connect to share without having to remember server name Translates logical names to physical shares Shares can be moved around without affecting clients – share location is transparent to clients Distributed File System (DFS) Efficient Storage Management:  Efficient Storage Management Key Benefits Simple SAN provisioning File quota management, file screening, and file storage reporting UNIX NFS connectivity Key Enablers Simple SAN Management for the IT Generalist File Server Resource Management Virtual Disk Services (VDS) 1.1 UNIX/Windows interoperability for streamlined cross-platform file server management Hardware Compatibility Tests (HCT) 12.1 Robust Application Platform:  Robust Application Platform Customer Challenges Customers with heterogeneous systems want to use UNIX applications in Windows environment Developers want to take advantage of robustness of new development environments Goal Compile and run custom UNIX-based applications on computers running Windows server-class operating systems Integrate with latest developer tools Features Subsystem for UNIX Applications (SUA) Built for Visual Studio® 2005 and .NET Framework 2.0 UNIX to Windows application portability (Visual Studio & .NET) Summary:  Summary Windows Server 2003 R2 Principal Scenarios Simplified Branch Server Management Identity and Access Management Efficient Storage Management Robust Application Platform Editions and Features:  Editions and Features * Only one of the replication partners is required to be an Enterprise Edition or Datacenter Edition Slide30:  © 2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, in this summary. Appendix:  Appendix UNIX Interoperability UNIX Interoperability:  UNIX Interoperability Customer Situation Customer has existing UNIX systems running side by side with Windows systems and needs to share files and data between platforms Customer is using SAMBA for cross-platform file sharing but is unhappy with the solution due to Performance Security One-way authentication Lack of support WS2003R2 provides Seamless UNIX/Windows Interoperability Authenticating users across platforms File sharing across multiple operating systems Tested and supported by Microsoft UNIX Interoperability:  UNIX Interoperability Customer Situation Customer wishes to have a single mechanism for management of both UNIX and Windows systems instead of maintaining separate tools and methods for each platform WS2003R2 provides UNIX/Windows cross-platform management Consolidation of administration and monitoring across platforms Remotely monitor and administer Windows-based systems in the same fashion and with the same tools as UNIX-based systems Pull NIS schema into Active Directory Bidirectional Password Sync, user name mapping Password Synchronization Two-way between Windows and UNIX HP-UX 11i Sun Solaris 8 & 9 IBM AIX 5L 5.2 Red Hat Linux 9.0 Mapping Server Map Windows User and Group Accounts to UNIX Cross-platform Management UNIX Interoperability:  UNIX Interoperability Customer Situation Customer is concerned about resource investment in training UNIX-based IT staff on the Windows platform WS2003R2 allows the customer to leverage existing UNIX IT skills Similar look and feel for Administrators and Developers in both environments Customers can download or port the same utilities they use on UNIX/Linux BSD utilities GNU utilities SVR-5 utilities UNIX Skills Integration UNIX Interoperability:  UNIX Interoperability Customer Situation Customer cannot move off of “burning platform” because of dependency on custom-developed legacy code WS2003R2 provides UNIX to Windows Application Portability Application usage across environments Complete UNIX subsystem on the Windows Kernel UNIX Application Portability Integration Methods Direct invocation Pipes Sockets Shared memory COM XML web service

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