vSphere vs Hyper-V vs KVM vs Xen

Cloud services are getting prominent with each passing day. More and more companies are adapting cloud services to run their applications. There are three types of cloud deployment models: Public Cloud, Private Cloud and Hybrid Cloud (mixture of Public and Private Cloud). Cloud deployment models dictate how data is stored, how customers interact with it and how applications (deployed on cloud) run. In this article, we will be analyzing the differences and use-cases of different types of cloud deployments. We would also be analyzing and discussing their advantages and disadvantages in this article.

VMware vSphere

VMware is not a hypervisor, but the name of a company, VMware Inc. Our experience with VMware involves its vSphere product. vSphere uses VMware’s ESXi hypervisor. VMware’s hypervisor is very mature and extremely stable.

Features of VMware vSphere:

  • vCenter Server
  • vSphere ESXi 
  • vSphere Client
  • vSphere SDKs
  • VM File System (VMFS)
  • vMotion
  • Storage vMotion
  • High Availability (HA)
  • Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS)
  • Fault Tolerance (FT)
  • Distributed Switch (VDS)

Microsoft Hyper-V

Hyper-V is a commercial hypervisor provided by Microsoft. Whilst excellent for running Windows, being a hypervisor it will run any operating system supported by the hardware platform.

Features of Microsoft Hyper-V for Windows Server:

  • Persistent memory support
  • Shielded VM updates
  • Simple Two-Node clusters
  • ReFS Deduplication
  • Storage Spaces Direct improvements
  • Windows Admin Center
  • Encrypted subnets

Ret Hat KVM

KVM is a Linux based open source hypervisor. First introduced into the Linux kernel in February 2007, it is now a mature hypervisor and is probably the most widely deployed open source hypervisor in an open source environment. KVM is used in products such as Redhat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV).

Features of Red Hat KVM:

  • Container support
  • Scalability
  • Overcommit resources
  • Disk I/O throttling
  • Hot-plug of virtual resources
  • Low-cost virtualization solution
  • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization programming & API
  • Live Migration & Storage Migration
  • Assign any PCI device to virtual machines
  • Red Hat Satellite integration
  • Disaster Recovery support

Citrix XenServer

An open source hypervisor which originated in a 2003 Cambridge University research project. It runs on Linux (though being a Type 1 hypervisor, more properly one might say that its dom0 host runs on Linux, which in turn runs on Xen). It was originally supported by XenSource Inc, which was acquired by Citrix Inc in 2007.

Features of Citrix XenServer:

  • Site Recovery
  • Host Failure Protection
  • Multi-server management
  • Dynamic Memory Control
  • Active Directory Integration
  • Role-Based Administration and Control (RBAC)
  • Mixed Resource Pools with CPU Masking
  • Distributed Virtual Switch Controller
  • In Memory read caching
  • Live VM migration & Storage XenMotion

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Private vs Public vs Hybrid Cloud

Cloud services are getting prominent with each passing day. More and more companies are adapting cloud services to run their applications. There are three types of cloud deployment models: Public Cloud, Private Cloud and Hybrid Cloud (mixture of Public and Private Cloud). Cloud deployment models dictate how data is stored, how customers interact with it and how applications (deployed on cloud) run. In this article, we will be analyzing the differences and use-cases of different types of cloud deployments. We would also be analyzing and discussing their advantages and disadvantages in this article.

Public Cloud

In this deployment model, a service provider makes resources available to public via internet. In this case, you don’t have to worry about the local hardware cost or keeping the local hardware up-to-date. This provides an opportunity of salability and resource sharing that would not have been possible for a single organization to achieve. A common use case scenario is deploying a blog or a web application. Some of the common Public Cloud providers include Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform and IBM Cloud.

Advantages

  1. High salability which means that one doesn’t have to invest in new hardware to scale up the infrastructure according to the demand.
  2. Pay-as-you-go pricing model which means that you’ve to pay only for what you use.
  3. No responsibility of maintenance and update of hardware.
  4. Only minimal technical knowledge required to set up and use the public cloud resources.
  5. Services are available for anyone over the internet.

Disadvantages

  1. Some specific security requirements may prohibit the use of public cloud.
  2. There may be government policies, industry standards, or legal requirements which public cloud platforms cannot meet.
  3. Since you don’t own the hardware and services, there may be some restrictions of usage.
  4. Sometimes unique business requirements can’t be fulfilled.

Private Cloud

In Private Cloud, one creates cloud environment in its own data-center and provides self-service access to compute resources for its own organization. Unlike Pubic Cloud, whose resources can be used by multiple organizations, Private Cloud platforms provides resources to solely one organization and they cannot be shared with other organizations (also known as single-tenant environment). Private Cloud leverages salability advantages of Pubic Cloud, but you’re solely responsible for purchase and maintenance of hardware and software resources. A use case scenario for Private Cloud is when the data cannot put in a Public Cloud due to legal and security reasons. Any legacy or government application may have such restriction. ome of the Private Cloud providers include VMware ESXi, Microsoft Hyper V, KVM and Citrix. 

Advantages

  1. We can ensure that configuration can support any legacy application or scenario.
  2. We have control over the security.
  3. Private cloud can meet strict security, compliance, or legal requirements.

Disadvantages

  1. Some initial capital expenditure is required for purchase and maintenance of hardware.
  2. Requires higher skills to use and leverage Private Cloud.
  3. The are limitations to salability since you will need to purchase and install the new hardware.

Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid Cloud is a combination of Private and Public Cloud. It tries to leverage benefits of both type of cloud platforms, allowing you to run your application in most appropriate location. Hybrid Cloud is essentially useful when some data cannot be put in cloud due to legal reasons. Its also useful when you want to keep old hardware/system running locally for applications which run on old hardware that can’t be updated. For instance, you can deploy your website on a public cloud for leveraging salability advantages, and could deploy database in private cloud to secure the data.

Advantages

  1. You can keep any systems running and accessible that use out-of-date hardware or an out-of-date operating system.
  2. You can have more flexibility and salability compared to on-premises systems.
  3. Can take advantage of economics of scale of Public Cloud.
  4. You can use your own equipment to meet security, compliance, or legacy scenarios.

Disadvantages

  1. Its more complicated to set-up and manage.
  2. Its more expensive than using one type of deployment techniques.

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AWS vs Azure vs GCP

Cloud deployments are now the norm. From streamlined operations to ensuring remote work capabilities, nearly every company has adopted either an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) or Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) provider. Organizations will mostly likely want to begin with one cloud-service provider, either Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure, or Google Cloud Platform (GCP). More often than not, companies choose to deploy multi-cloud environments for various reasons. These include reducing risk by diversifying essential services across multiple providers, optimization by deploying the right workload in the right cloud, and minimizing vendor lock-in. A comparison of AWS, Azure, and GCP can give visibility into the differences between the three different public cloud providers.

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

A pioneer of cloud computing, Amazon has been the first entrant into the cloud services marketover a decade ago and leads in terms of both the number of products and customers, with AWS considered to be the benchmark of cloud service quality.

AWS offers a range of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offerings that can be classified into computing, database, content delivery and storage, and networking.

AWS enables a smooth and flexible data collection flow using serverless services such as Amazon Kinesis Streams, Amazon SQS Queues and AWS Lambda Functions. It provides organizations with the option to choose the web application platform, operating system, database and programming languages, among others as per their requirement.

Cloud infrastructure resource usage can be monitored using AWS management tools such as AWS CloudTrail and Amazon CloudWatch for tracking user activity and AWS Config for managing the resource inventory and changes.

AWS contributes to significant enhancement in the productivity and business growth of organizations. A few drawbacks of AWS include the complex infrastructure and default service limits which are set in accordance with average user needs.

Amazon data centers are the largest among the three cloud providers and are located in 84 regions across the world.

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure platform has been designed for building, deploying and managing various services and applications through the huge network of Microsoft-managed datacenters. Azure’s offerings include compute, networking, data management databases and performance.

Azure Site Recovery enables organizations of all sizes to orchestrate site-to-site replication and data recovery to VMs hosted on Azure itself. Azure offers Zone Redundant Storage (ZRS) or data storage redundancy across multiple data center regions.

Azure ExpressRoute facilitates connectivity of the data center to Azure through a private link without using the Internet, thereby providing higher security, greater reliability and lower latency.

Azure also has extensive networking capabilities including support for multiple site-to-site connections to virtual networks, along with the ability to connect virtual networks across different regions to each other.

Azure has the lowest on-demand and discounted instance pricing. Specialist developers can write, test and deploy algorithms using the Azure Machine Learning Studio.

Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

With an intuitive interface, lower costs, preemptible instances and flexible compute options, GCP is an attractive alternative to both AWS and Azure. Google uses full-scale encryption of all data and communication channels including the traffic between data centers.

Some of the areas where Google Cloud strongly competes with AWS include instance and payment configurability, privacy and traffic security, cost-efficiency, and Machine Learning.

While all the three cloud providers offer discounts up to 75 percent for a commitment of one to three years, Google additionally offers a sustained use discount of up to 30 percent on each instance type running for more than 25 percent each month.

Google offers several off-the-shelf APIs pertaining to computer vision, natural language processing and translation. Machine learning engineers can build models based on Google’s Cloud Machine Learning Engine’s open-source TensorFlow deep learning library.

Features Comparison

Compute: AWS offers the Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) that handles all compute services by managing virtual machines that have preconfigured settings and can also be configured by the users as required. On the other hand, Azure offers Virtual Machines and Virtual Machine scale sets while GCP provides the Google Compute Engine (GCE) which performs the same functions.

Storage: Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) is the best option for storage with extensive documentation, tried and tested technology with proper community support. Microsoft Azure Storage and Google Cloud Storage also offer reliable storage services.

Multi-Cloud Support: AWS, Azure and Google Cloud have upped their respective games when it comes to multi-cloud infrastructure. AWS was one of the first cloud players to enter multi-cloud game with Elastic Container Service (ECS) and Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) which allows its AWS users to manage their containers and K8s applications on Azure and Google Cloud. Azure went the extra mile by bringing out Arc which allows its users to run the Microsoft cloud’s services on both AWS and Google Cloud. This is an edge Azure possess over AWS as the latter has limited itself to containers and K8s. Despite its late entry, Google has also forayed into this arena with Anthos which allows Kubernetes clusters and other such loads to be run on AWS and Azure.

Databases: Multiple tools and service options pertaining to databases are offered by all the major service providers. Amazon’s Relational Database Service (RDS) supports major databases such as Oracle and PostgreSQL and manages everything from updating to patching. Azure SQL database offers SQL database handling features for Azure, while it is Cloud SQL for GCP.

Location: AWS, Azure and GCP offer great coverage across the world and ensure peak application performance by having the least possible route to the intended customer base. At the time of this writing, Amazon has 77 availability zones, Azure has a presence in 60+ regions and Google in 33 countries, with newer regions being added regularly.

Documentation: All three vendors offer high-quality documentation though AWS is slightly ahead of Azure and GCP.

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Type 1 vs Type 2 Hypervisor

Hypervisors play an vital role in enabling desktop and server virtualization, which is itself essential to enabling cloud computing. Broadly speaking, virtualization refers to the use of software to simulate or emulate physical resources. In the case of server virtualization, a hypervisor is a software process that creates and runs virtual machines (VMs) using the resources of physical hardware such as cpu, memory, network and disk. The hypervisor abstracts and isolates the VMs and their programs from the underlying server hardware, enabling a more efficient use of physical resources, reduce costs, simpler maintenance and operations.  

Type 1 Hypervisor

  • Bare Metal or Native
  • Runs directly on Physical Server
  • Hardware Virtualization
  • Guest OS and applications run on Hypervisor
  • Better Scalability
  • Higher Performance
  • Faster
  • More Secure
  • Direct access to hardware along with VMs it hosts
  • Examples include VMware ESXi, Nutanix AHV, Microsoft Hyper-V, KVM and Citrix Hypervisor

Type 2 Hypervisor

  • Hosted
  • Runs on Conventional OS
  • OS Virtualization
  • Runs as an application on the host OS
  • Lesser Scalability
  • Reduce Performance
  • Slower
  • Less Secure
  • No direct access to hardware along with VMs it hosts
  • Examples include Oracle Virtualbox, Parallel, VMware Player, VMware Fusion, and VMware Workstation

Type 1 Hypervisor

Type 1 hypervisors are installed directly on the physical server, which is why they are also called “bare metal” or “native” hypervisors. Direct access to the resources of the physical server makes Type 1 hypervisors highly efficient. This design also makes Type 1 hypervisors more secure, as it limits the attack surface and potential for compromise.

Type 1 hypervisors are by far the most common choice within enterprise IT contexts, primarily due to their strong security, scalability, stability, and performance. E

Type 2 Hypervisor

Type 2 hypervisors differ in that they run as applications on a physical server’s pre-existing OS. Because they run on the host OS, which sits between the physical server and the hypervisor, they are also known as “hosted” hypervisors. Type 2 hypervisors are not ideal for server-based environments, given that they have a higher latency and risk exposure than Type 1.

They are, however, relatively easy to install, and can work well in specific use cases, such as individual PC users who need to run more than one operating system, and where performance and security are not principle concerns. 

Selecting a Hypervisor

Complexity – Is it easy to deploy and manage? Is it a separate product, with a separate console, that requires full-time specialists to maintain, operate, and troubleshoot? Is it something that an IT generalist could master relatively quickly?

Performance – Does it deliver enough performance to support your mission-critical applications? Check out the benchmarks for performance in production (as close to real-world conditions as possible).

Cost – Does it come with licensing fees, or is it built-in to the larger solution?

Ecosystem – Does it support a rich ecosystem? For example, does it support the most widely used guest operating systems? Microsoft, Suse, RedHat, Ubuntu, CentOS. Does it support leading enterprise apps and technologies such as Microsoft SQL Server, Exchange, SAP, Oracle, Citrix, Splunk, SAP, and VMware Horizon?

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