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Cloud Adoption in the Enterprise: Industry Perspective IP Expo 2013

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What do we mean by migrations? Learn about the different stages you need to take into account when exploring a cloud migration.

What do we mean by migrations? Learn about the different stages you need to take into account when exploring a cloud migration.

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  • 1. Cloud Adoption in the Enterprise: industry perspective Yuri Misnik Amazon Web Services UK
  • 2. Evolution of IT: Gartner IT “Is” the Business: …The enterprise integrates IT decisions into everything it does…The IT organization's success is measured in terms of business results… Technology is not only evaluated on its ability to further enterprise strategic goals, it is continuously evaluated for its potential to create or drive those goals. IT as Cost Center • • • • • Supply-driven Technology-centric Functionally and technically siloed Insulated and monopolistic Cost-obsessed IT as Engine Room • • • • • Demand-driven Solution-centric Predominantly outsourced Orchestral and externally aware Operationally Obsessed IT as Global Service Provider • • • • • Capability-driven Internal-customer centric Functionally processbased Competitive and engaged Service-obsessed IT "Is" the Business • • • • • Goal-driven External customer-centric Business process-based Integrated Market- or Industry obsessed
  • 3. What CIOs really care about? Source: Gartner
  • 4. What CIOs really care about? Source: Gartner
  • 5. What CIOs really care about? Source: Gartner
  • 6. What CIOs really care about? Source: Gartner
  • 7. Enterprise are risk-averse
  • 8. 2. Build New Applications in the Cloud 3. Better OnPremises Applications 4. Hybrid Applications in the Cloud 5. Migrate Existing Applications (Faster to build, Easier to manage, Less expensive to operate) (Backup, Analytics, DR Capabilities) (Cloud Apps Integrated with OnPremises business processes) (Re-host, Replace, Redesign strategies for modernization) 1. Develop and Test in the Cloud (Global infrastructure, regions, availability zones, edge locations) Enterprise Cloud Strategy (Portfolio Assessment, Technology Validation, Quick Wins, Roadmap) People (DevOps, Management, Monitoring, Security) 6. Cloud All-In (training, certification, partner capabilities) Operational Capabilities Enterprise Cloud Adoption
  • 9. 2. Build New Applications in the Cloud 3. Better OnPremises Applications 4. Hybrid Applications in the Cloud 5. Migrate Existing Applications (Faster to build, Easier to manage, Less expensive to operate) (Backup, Analytics, DR Capabilities) (Cloud Apps Integrated with OnPremises business processes) (Re-host, Replace, Redesign strategies for modernization) 1. Develop and Test in the Cloud (Global infrastructure, regions, availability zones, edge locations) Enterprise Cloud Strategy (Portfolio Assessment, Technology Validation, Quick Wins, Roadmap) People Operational Capabilities 6. Cloud All-In (training, certification, partner capabilities) (DevOps, Management, Monitoring, Security) Enterprise Cloud Adoption: Build solid Cloud Strategy
  • 10. Cloud Strategy and Planning Workshop CSP Workshop Customer wants to • Industry Insights • Business Strategies and Priorities Context • Capabilities and benefits understand how to in the enterprise and prioritize key business/technology initiatives STRATEGIC ASSESMENT start with AWS cloud • Assess Current State • Define Future State Analyse • Identify quick wins and blockers • Select and Rank Initiatives • Create a roadmap Prioritize • Build evaluation plan Results AWS Awareness Planning Framework Workload Analysis Execution Plan
  • 11. 2. Build New Applications in the Cloud 3. Better OnPremises Applications 4. Hybrid Applications in the Cloud 5. Migrate Existing Applications (Faster to build, Easier to manage, Less expensive to operate) (Backup, Analytics, DR Capabilities) (Cloud Apps Integrated with OnPremises business processes) (Re-host, Replace, Redesign strategies for modernization) 1. Develop and Test in the Cloud (Global infrastructure, regions, availability zones, edge locations) Enterprise Cloud Strategy (Portfolio Assessment, Technology Validation, Quick Wins, Roadmap) People Operational Capabilities 6. Cloud All-In (training, certification, partner capabilities) (DevOps, Management, Monitoring, Security) Enterprise Cloud Adoption: Develop and Test in the Cloud
  • 12. Frameworks & environments Source control Project management Leverage EC2 to run popular source control systems Add integrated project management and issue tracking Workstations Build servers Enable standard build developer/test workstations Use EC2 horsepower to drive build servers and continuous integration
  • 13. Testing at scale Unit & regression Load & performance Scale up and parallel run unit and regression plans in a fraction of the time Utilize spot market for generating load and test how applications perform A/B Security Run A/B scenario testing with replica stacks Create sandboxes for aggressive security testing
  • 14. General Principle for Cloud Dev and Test Plan operational and management processes to keep environments isolated from one another. Use IAM AWS tools to manage identities Automate the provisioning of environments using native AWS (CloudFormation, OpsWorks, Beanstalk) and partner tools (Chef, Puppet) Integrate cloud environments into existing ALM processes and tools with auto deployment and continuous integration
  • 15. Example of Provisioning for Dev and Test 2 Portal 1 Developers/Testers connect to the Enterprise Provisioning Portal and select environment from a set of templates EC2, EBS, S3 … Custom Dev/Test provisioning Portal Dev/ Test Server AWS Infrastructure 3 Developers Internet and Testers Environment is provisioned with required approvals, tagging and cost allocation Users RDP to provisioned environments using their normal credentials Provisioned Development or Test Environment
  • 16. 2. Build New Applications in the Cloud 3. Better OnPremises Applications 4. Hybrid Applications in the Cloud 5. Migrate Existing Applications (Faster to build, Easier to manage, Less expensive to operate) (Backup, Analytics, DR Capabilities) (Cloud Apps Integrated with OnPremises business processes) (Re-host, Replace, Redesign strategies for modernization) 1. Develop and Test in the Cloud (Global infrastructure, regions, availability zones, edge locations) Enterprise Cloud Strategy (Portfolio Assessment, Technology Validation, Quick Wins, Roadmap) People Operational Capabilities 6. Cloud All-In (training, certification, partner capabilities) (DevOps, Management, Monitoring, Security) Enterprise Cloud Adoption: Build Cloud-Native Apps
  • 17. Use all AWS Platform Services Deployment & Administration Application Services Compute Storage Networking AWS Global Infrastructure Database
  • 18. With a wide range of technologies
  • 19. 2. Build New Applications in the Cloud 3. Better OnPremises Applications 4. Hybrid Applications in the Cloud 5. Migrate Existing Applications (Faster to build, Easier to manage, Less expensive to operate) (Backup, Analytics, DR Capabilities) (Cloud Apps Integrated with OnPremises business processes) (Re-host, Replace, Redesign strategies for modernization) 1. Develop and Test in the Cloud (Global infrastructure, regions, availability zones, edge locations) Enterprise Cloud Strategy (Portfolio Assessment, Technology Validation, Quick Wins, Roadmap) People Operational Capabilities 6. Cloud All-In (training, certification, partner capabilities) (DevOps, Management, Monitoring, Security) Enterprise Cloud Adoption: Improve On-Premises Apps
  • 20. Disaster Recovery Primary Site Secondary Site Routers Routers Firewalls Network Failover Firewalls Network Application Licenses Application Licenses Operating Systems Operating Systems Hypervisor Hypervisor Servers Servers SAN Primary Storage Recovery SAN Primary Storage Backup Backup Archive Archive
  • 21. Disaster Recovery Primary Site AWS Routers Routers Firewalls Network Failover Firewalls Network Application Licenses Application Licenses Operating Systems Operating Systems Hypervisor Hypervisor Servers Servers SAN Primary Storage Recovery SAN Snapshot Storage Backup Backup Archive Archive
  • 22. Disaster Recovery Primary Site AWS Routers Routers Firewalls Firewalls Network Application Licenses Operating Systems Secondary Site costs Network Application Licenses Operating Systems Hypervisor Hypervisor Servers Servers SAN SAN Primary Storage Snapshot Storage Backup Backup Archive Archive
  • 23. Disaster Recovery – pilot light Corporate Data Center Synchronization of key datasets Elastic Data Center
  • 24. Disaster Recovery – pilot light Corporate Data Center Elastic Data Center
  • 25. Disaster Recovery – pilot light Promotion of stopped instances to live Corporate Data Center Elastic Data Center
  • 26. 2. Build New Applications in the Cloud 3. Better OnPremises Applications 4. Hybrid Applications in the Cloud 5. Migrate Existing Applications (Faster to build, Easier to manage, Less expensive to operate) (Backup, Analytics, Spill-Out Capabilities) (Cloud Apps Integrated with OnPremises business processes) (Re-host, Replace, Redesign strategies for modernization) 1. Develop and Test in the Cloud (Global infrastructure, regions, availability zones, edge locations) People (DevOps, Management, Monitoring, Security) Cloud All-In (training, certification, partner capabilities) Operational Capabilities Enterprise Cloud Adoption: Build Hybrid Applications
  • 27. Integrating AWS with Existing On-Premises IT Active Directory Network Configuration Your Private Network Encryption HSM Appliance Backup Appliances Corporate Data Centers Users & Access Rules Cloud Backups Your On-Premises Your Cloud Apps Apps AWS Direct Connect
  • 28. Integrate or Extend Existing Management Tools Management Tool Partners Single Pane of Glass
  • 29. 2. Build New Applications in the Cloud 3. Better OnPremises Applications 4. Hybrid Applications in the Cloud 5. Migrate Existing Applications (Faster to build, Easier to manage, Less expensive to operate) (Backup, Analytics, DR Capabilities) (Cloud Apps Integrated with OnPremises business processes) (Re-host, Replace, Redesign strategies for modernization) 1. Develop and Test in the Cloud (Global infrastructure, regions, availability zones, edge locations) Enterprise Cloud Strategy (Portfolio Assessment, Technology Validation, Quick Wins, Roadmap) People Operational Capabilities 6. Cloud All-In (training, certification, partner capabilities) (DevOps, Management, Monitoring, Security) Enterprise Cloud Adoption: Migrate Existing Applications
  • 30. Use Existing Contracts/Licenses Popular Applications Oracle E-Business Suite Oracle Fusion Middleware Oracle DB 11g SAP ERP SAP Business Objects SAP Rapid Deployment Solutions Microsoft SharePoint Server Microsoft SQL Server Microsoft Windows Server Apps IBM DB2 IBM Informix IBM WebSphere License Mobility
  • 31. AWS / SAP Alliance SAP has been an AWS customer since 2008 AWS is an SAP-certified Global Cloud Services Partner and Global Technology Partner Most SAP products are now certified for production deployment on AWS
  • 32. SAP HANA on AWS SAP HANA One Premium Business Developer Overview SAP HANA One, plus SAP Cloud Integration (HCI) and approval to load SAP source data Fully featured SAP HANA virtual appliance on AWS Fully featured SAP HANA virtual appliance on AWS for individual developers Use Cases  Production and non-production  All SAP HANA use cases       Non-production only  Develop, test and demo applications on top of the HANA platform  Learning environment Key Benefits  Instant provisioning  Enterprise Support included  Annual subscription pricing – economical for 24x7 customers  Data Services included  Instant, self-serve access – up and running in 10 minutes  Start and stop when needed – reduce license and infrastructure cost  Community support  Free developer license  Easily accessible and rapidly deployable  Pay-per-use infrastructure License Annual subscription On-demand - $0.99 per hour Free Developer License Production and non-production Analytics acceleration Data merging Temporary event-based analytics Self-service BI Demo: http://aws.typepad.com/aws/2013/05/demo-sap-hana-one-on-aws.html
  • 33. 2. Build New Applications in the Cloud 3. Better OnPremises Applications 4. Hybrid Applications in the Cloud 5. Migrate Existing Applications (Faster to build, Easier to manage, Less expensive to operate) (Backup, Analytics, Spill-Out Capabilities) (Cloud content Integrated with OnPremises business processes) (Re-host, Replace, Redesign strategies for modernization) 1. Develop and Test in the Cloud (Global infrastructure, regions, availability zones, edge locations) People (DevOps, Management, Monitoring, Security) Cloud All-In (training, certification, partner capabilities) Process Enterprise Cloud Adoption Strategies
  • 34. Focus on Enterprise-wide capabilities Reference Architectures Security Playbook • • • • Best Practices Reference Applicable across the enterprise Cost-aware architectures for the enterprise Next Generation Holistic Security Practices leveraging 100% of AWS’s Security Capabilities Operational Guidelines Business Impact Model • • • • Integrates with existing Internal and Partner Processes Accommodates Existing Processes Where Necessary Innovates Existing Processes Where Possible • • Quantify Business Impact, ROI and TCO analysis Central Place to Model KPIs Can be Leveraged to Produce Governance Reports
  • 35. Training and Enterprise Support • AWS Training and Certification Programs – Training and certification paths for Architects, Developers and SysOps – Set of Instructor-Led trainings offered by certified training partners – Self-Paced Labs for hands-on experience and additional learning • Enterprise Support from AWS – – – – – 24x7 Customer Service 15 Minutes response SLA and preferential routing Troubleshooting API, AWS SDK issues and AWS resources Technical Account Manager (TAM) Trusted Advisor for Cost, Security and Infrastructure Optimization recommendations
  • 36. Call to Action • Think about your Company-wide Cloud Strategy – Look at it from the people, process and technology perspective – Engage AWS for Cloud Strategy and Planning Workshop – Identify right partners using Amazon Partner Network • Analyse which of 6 strategies are applicable to you – They cover very broad set of use cases, you’ll find one relevant for you – Use AWS guidance and reference architectures to make right design • Focus on operational and people readiness – AWS Training and Certification program – AWS Support range: from Developer to Enterprise • Talk to someone from AWS during the Summit