Definition of Cloud Computing - NIST: Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. Additional Characteristics
http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/SNS/cloud-computing/ What is the Cloud?
Common Identity Leveraging on-premises Active Directory Federating based on industry standards Enabling cloud identity providers Common Management Framework Operational visibility & Reporting Provisioning objects to services where needed The Microsoft Cloud OfferingsA Spectrum of Choice IaaS PaaS SaaS Traditional You manage Applications Applications Applications Applications You manage Data Data Data Data Runtime Runtime Runtime Runtime Managed by vendor Middleware Middleware Middleware Middleware You manage Managed by vendor O/S O/S O/S O/S Managed by vendor Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization Servers Servers Servers Servers Storage Storage Storage Storage Networking Networking Networking Networking
The Evolution of the DatacenterFrom Traditional to Private to Public Clouds… TraditionalDatacenter PublicCloud VirtualizedDatacenter PrivateCloud Hypervisor Centric Location Agnostic Application Centric
New! Service Designer Designer canvas Properties Ribbon
VMM 2012 Deployment Abstraction & Flexibility Deploy the service Deploy to Cloud Settings to override
System Center 2012 System Center 2012 cloud and datacenter management solutions empower you with a common management toolset for your private and public cloud applications and services. System Center helps you confidently deliver IT as a Service for your business. PRODUCTIVE INFRASTRUCTURE PREDICTABLE APPLICATIONS YOUR CLOUD Deliver flexible and cost effective infrastructure with what you already know and own Predictable application service levels delivered by leading monitoring experiences and deep application insight Private and public cloud computing on your terms managed with a common toolset Self-service infrastructure Process automation Heterogeneous support Comprehensive application manageability Deep application monitoring and diagnosis Service centric approach Flexibility with delegation and control Common console across clouds Physical, virtual and cloud management
Journey to your Private Cloud with System Center 2010 Application Insight DATACENTER MANAGEMENT monitor | configure | backup | virtualize | automate 2010 Service Management 2009 IT Process Automation 2007 2006 Server Virtualization Backup & Recovery 2000 Monitoring 1994 Configuration ENABLE THE CLIENT ENTER THE DATACENTER HETEROGENEOUS SUPPORT INTEGRATED VIRTUALIZATION EMBRACE THE CLOUD 2010 2000 2005 1995
System CenterManagement Suite Data Protection & Recovery Design, Configure & Deploy IT Service Management Monitor & Manage Service End to End Virtualize, Deploy & Manage IT Process Automation
PaaS & IaaS: The Windows Azure Platform Computing and Storage that grows with you Automated service management Familiar tools, technologies, languages Relational storage for the cloud Consistent development model Automated database management platform AppFabric Connect existing apps to the cloud Access control service Service bus capability
Microsoft Online PropertiesHuge Global Scale 24x7 14B Ads Per Month 500M Active Live IDs 59 markets and 36 languages 355M Active Accounts Over 4B WW Queries Each Month Over 459M Unique Users 25M Users Over 6M Songs In The Catalog Over 303M Users 76 markets and 48 languages 2-4 billion emails per day 200+ CLOUD SERVICES PC MOBILE TV/HOME
Typical Datacenter CostsThings to consider as you build your private Cloud HARDWARE COST Server, storage, and network hardware per workload 5% SOFTWARE LICENSE COST Server, management, and utility software per workload 9% CORE SERVER LABOR COST Providing managed capacity to support a workload 17% WORKLOAD-SPECIFIC LABOR Specific workload-related operational costs 20% IMPLEMENTATION COST Planning, project, configuration, and deployment costs per workload 23% FACILITIES COST Lights, power, cooling, and floor space costs per workload 26% Data derived from estimates built from multiple sources.
Managing Power Costs Bad News - The Data Center industry has been negligent around efficiency and cost
Organizations have been driving IT resiliency through Hardware Redundancy
Example: The Uptime Institute Tier Rating System
Creating a culture for no tolerance to failures and high cost
We have been letting equipment suppliers drive the industry
The data centers cooling designs have been treated like office buildings as opposed to engineered solutions
Good News - The Opportunities are Huge
Virtualization and Cloud Computing will enable resiliency through the software stack
New and Old technologies are emerging that are forcing well engineered solutions
Examples: MS Containers, Air Side economization, removal of raised floors, higher density systems, design of the entire system to remove components (fans), DC, Higher Voltage AC, Higher ambient temp, etc..
Microsoft Datacenters Generation 4Goals & Objectives