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Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
Data Center Transformation Cisco's Virtualization & Cloud Journey
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This presentation will discuss the global data center strategy, new world-class data center, cloud strategy and services, and the Cisco CIAC portfolio

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  • 1. Data Center Transformation Cisco’s Virtualization and Cloud Journey Jim Robshaw Cisco IT May 2012© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 1
  • 2.  Rapid Industry Discussion Topics  Changes Data Center state  ofSelecting a DC  Sizeaffairs  pair Scope of as a Infrastructure and  Service overview  Cisco CITEIS Behavior changes  Target end-state Evaluating  CITEIS a  Why Platform as to Set the Stage   Locations financials we needed  Service Gen2 CITEIS change  Financing demo  Application Global Data Center Strategy Migration New World-Class Data Center Cloud Strategy and Services: CITEIS CITEIS Gen2 Demonstration Cisco CIAC Portfolio© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 2
  • 3. Radically changes the way IT is run Complete Org change BYOD / BYOS Complete Financial change We are not going to ―show back‖ stop it or change it’s Run IT like a business – natural course change behavior It frightens most CIOs Opex What can I stop worrying about Cheap compute / Public Cloud Who can take my Efficiencies contextual stuff Compute/Network/Storage Pay as I grow/shrink Billback/Showback© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 4
  • 4. Cisco Data Center Facts 300 locations in 334,000 sq. ft. 165+ countries of data center space 460 offices 35.6 MW of UPS power 39 Cisco data centers to raised floors 64,000+ employees 80% servers virtualized in new DCs, 73% overall 80+% virtualization goal© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 5
  • 5. Business Drivers Increasing Pressures Drive Innovation in Cisco Data Centers CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE Faster Time to Capacity Business Cisco: First and Operational Demands Best Customer Challenges • Cisco strategy/market • Cisco UCS accelerator • Asset utilization adjacencies • Product development • Power and cooling • Productivity feedback • Business agility/ • Global availability • Employee experience provisioning • Regulation (SOX) • ITaaS/new business • Time to capacity • SLA metrics models • Growth enablement© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 6
  • 6. Global Data Center Strategy #CiscoPlusCA© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 7
  • 7. Benchmark Work Anywhere Consumer Devices Cloud Providers • Tablets • Int vs Ext Cost • Pervasive Wireless • Phones • Cheap • Fast • Content Virtualization • Consumption Based BYOD Applications • Application • Billback Virtualization • Double the devices on • Too Big • OS Virtualization the network • Too Expensive© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 8
  • 8. Global Data Center Strategy Virtualization Is Key • Run IT as a business • Internal service provider model Growth • New markets and • Service-oriented architecture Enablement business models • Product and technology • Global expansion transformation Transformation • User experience • Focus on operational • Enable customer success excellence Resiliency • Increase data center tiers • Build and occupy • Multi-site architecture data center Capacity • Move out of high risk • Optimize demand geographies • Consolidate where • Improve availability and appropriate recoverability© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 9
  • 9.  Completed December 2010  25,000 sq ft (2,323 sq m)  5.25 MW  Tier III (part of active-active pair)  716 cabinet locations  PUE: 1.35  LEED-Gold certification© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 10
  • 10. Tier 3+ Data Center Accelerates Transformation to a Services Organization New World-Class Data Center, Allen, Texas CloudVerse Leading Unified Data Center Cloud Technologies Intelligent Network UCS, Nexus, ONS, Cloud Applications LEED Gold Business Catalyst, ACE 30 and Services Certification Resiliency Active/Active Green configuration Operational PUE 1.35 Excellence Air-side economizers Cost Efficient Energy Efficient Infrastructure Rotary UPS MVDC DC Technologies as a Service LED lighting Aggressive Cisco Nexus Compute Flexible Resilient Customer Automation Cisco UCS Storage Expandable 5.4 MW Friendly Networking Multitenant 30,000 sq. ft. Tours and Displays Power Distribution© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Tier 3+ Cisco Public Viewing Windows 11
  • 11. © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 12
  • 12. Cisco UCS: Enabling Transformation to a Services Organization #CiscoPlusCA© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 14
  • 13. • Cost Optimization • Quality of Delivery • Open architecture • User Productivity • Cost Visibility • Globally optimized • Supplier diversity • Time to Delivery • ―Pay-as-you-go‖ access • Supports legacy plus • Time to Capability Model • Consistent and new business • Time to Scale intuitive user • Geographical workload experience mobility • Transparent • Compliance & adoption regulations© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 15
  • 14. Legacy-to-Cisco UCS VM Migration 100% 8000 VMs on 90% UCS Number of VM Migrations 7000 % on Cisco UCS VM Decomms 6000 60% Provisioned on Cisco UCS 5000 4000 32% Migrated to Cisco UCS VMs on HP 3000 15% (at end of Qtr) 2000 Q3CY’09 Q4CY’09 Q1CY’10 Q2CY’10 Q3CY’10 Q4CY’10 1000© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 16
  • 15. Global Cisco UCS Implementation Driving Adoption and Virtualization <100 UCS Blades 200-500 UCS Blades >1,400 UCS Blades Mountain View, CA (64) San Jose, CA (1,486) Green Park, UK (40) Irvine, CA (72) Amsterdam (275) RTP, NC (424) Lawrenceville, GA (35) Allen, TX (200) Bangalore (447) Carrolton, TX (296) Richardson, TX (2,230) 6,400+ Total Cisco UCS Blades Deployed Globally* * Count covers all lifecycles and all stages of blade commissioning. Data as of October 27, 2011© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 17
  • 16. Legacy-to-Cisco UCS Migration Benefits Complex system with Nine multiple No additional applications migrated dependencies certification required No application G2C supports rearchitecture Cisco Sales Benefits required Source System (Legacy) Target System (Cisco UCS B200) 2 Node RISC systems 4 Node Cisco UCSB200-M1 Oracle RAC cluster with Oracle RAC cluster with 32 CPU Core 8 CPU Core 64 GB Memory each Oracle database Oracle Memory each 48 GB database version 10.2.0.4 version 11.2.0.1 Tier-2 DC Tier-3 DC E-Business version 12.0.4 using Oracle Incentive Compensation (OIC) module© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 18
  • 17. Cisco UCS B200 vs. Legacy DC Space, Power Utilization, Data Cables Legacy: Cisco UCS: 10% DC Tile Space 4 vs. 0.4 30% Power Use 13 kW vs. 4 kW (kW) 42% Number of 24 vs. 10 Data Cables© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 19
  • 18. Cisco UCS B200 vs. Legacy User Experience 1_Tier Visibility Response Time Response Time Legacy Legacy (Pre-Migration) 3.6 seconds (Pre-Migration) 2.0 seconds UCS UCS (Post-Migration) 2.9 seconds (Post-Migration) 1.9 seconds© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 20
  • 19. Quote to Cash Migration Benefits 1/6 data center Supports all space used 34.5 kW Cisco order power saved 100% of Cisco processing Reduced revenue maintenance costs ($40B annually) Benefits Source (Legacy) Target (Cisco UCS) Production Server 4 Legacy RISC-based systems 4 Cisco UCS B440 blade servers Configuration (North America and Europe) (North America and Europe) Operating System HP-UX v11.11 Red Hat Enterprise Linux v5.5 CPU Cores 144 128 Memory 288 GB 1024 GB Performance Capacity: current workload Capacity: double the current workload Database Oracle RAC 9i Oracle RAC 10g© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 21
  • 20. Cloud Strategy and Services #CiscoPlusCA© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 22
  • 21. Examples of Cloud Services Software as a Service Applications, collaboration, etc. SaaS Cloud Platform as a Service Delivery Middleware, directories, etc. PaaS Models Infrastructure as a Service Compute, storage, networking IaaS Data Center as a Service Data center facilities, power, cooling DCaaS© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 23
  • 22. Cisco IT Elastic Infrastructure Services (CITEIS) Integration of the following products and features required to provide CITEIS end-state services CITEIS CITEIS FUTURE Hardware Software Process • Cisco UCS • Nexus 1000v • Provisioning • Functional overflow • Nexus 7000 • Global UCS • Entitlement • Hybrid model • ACE Manager • Lifecycle • GSS • Virtual Security management • MDS Gateway (VSG) • Capacity and asset • NAS storage • Service Catalog management • SAN storage • VMware ESX • Discovery • Catalyst 6500 • Windows Server • Linux • Cisco Cloud Portal (newScale) • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Orchestrator© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 24
  • 23. Introducing CITEIS – Concept A Framework for Providing Infrastructure as a Service Architect it Architect it Design it Design it Where can we put it? Where can we put it? Procure it Procure it Install it CITEIS Install it Configure it Configure it Secure it Automated Secure it Manual Self-service Is it ready? On-demand Is it ready? Before CITEIS After CITEIS • Machine-oriented • Service-oriented • Manual provisioning • Self-service; automated provisioning • Hard to control utilization • Elasticity (capacity-on-demand) • High provisioning & ops cost • Optimized provisioning & ops cost • Extended provisioning time • Rapid provisioning • Configuration risk • Increased Resiliency and Availability© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 25
  • 24. Architect It Design It Where Can Procure It Automated Install It Configure It Secure It Is It Ready? We Put It? Self-Service On-Demand Manual Self-Service; Elasticity Service-Oriented Automated (Capacity-on- Provisioning Demand)© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 26
  • 25. Service Unit Cost OVF* OVF VM 2x4 – Silver $ OVF Bare-metal 8x64 $$$ Image Repository VMWare ESX/ESXi Service Catalog PaaS Integration (API) Network Virtualization Show/chargeback Workload Mobility Unified Virtualization Automation Self-service Multi-tenancy Elasticity Infrastructure Cisco IT Elastic Infrastructure Service (CITEIS) Cisco Intelligent Logical Segmentation Cisco Automation for Cloud Control, Security Nexus and Fault Isolation Cisco UCS x86 *OVF = Open Virtualization Format© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 27
  • 26. CITEIS TCO and Provisioning Times Cloud Brings Agility and Cost Benefits Compute TCO ($/Qtr/OS instance) VIRTUALIZATION  UNIFIED COMPUTING  CLOUD $4,000 $3,500 $3,000 TCO Physical Average TCO $2,500 $2,000 $1,500 TCO Virtual $1,000 TODAY $500 -37% -32% -22% $0 Legacy (rackmount); all Legacy; medium Current state; 40/60% Target state; 100% physical virtualization (54%) Legacy/UCS; 80% UCS/Cloud; 80% Virtualized virtualization Delivery 6-8 weeks 2-3 weeks 15 mins VM 15 minutes (on demand) (manual) (2-9 days E2E) (self-service) Time© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 28
  • 27. Compute Unit Cost: TCO Benefits Ty p i c a l B a r e - M e t a l Av e r a g e V i r t u a l 8 CPU core + 32 GB 2 vCPU core + 4 GB TCO ($/Qtr) @ Dedicated Linux @ Silver* Linux Legacy Rack Mount + UCS blade + Unified I/O Legacy Rack UCS blade + Unified I/O Cat6k (N7K) + CITEIS Mount + Cat6k (N7K) + CITEIS Arch and Design 135 135 135 135 Implementation 122 20 69 9 Operation 421 271 483 314 Automation - 41 - 41 Software 30 30 119 119 Equipment 2212 1723 256 200 Facility 840 507 97 59 Total 3759 -27% 2727 1160 -24% 877 Using the same components (processor and memory), the combination of Unified Computing, Unified I/O and Automation results in 27% savings for bare-metal and 24% for virtual offerings. *Silver = 50% CPU resource reservation; 75% Memory resource reservation, Includes DC Networking and SAN, excludes actual storage consumption, Based on normal discount for Legacy (3rd party) & Cisco UCS Updated: Q2FY11© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 29
  • 28. CITEIS Demo Part Ihttp://citeis2.cisco.com
  • 29. CITEIS Gen2 Tenant Owners Billing CITEIS VDC Based Purchase Management System Commitment Capacity Portal And CITEIS Express Defined Service Level Agreement and Policies Registration Tenant A Express VDC Users Standard CITEIS Express TEO Offerings Services Services Users Virtual Virtual vLan vLan DC 1 DC 2 APIs newScale CITEIS Publish APIs Store Front PaaS Vmware vCloud Director Alignment Vmware vCenter Publish Image Vmware vSphere Vmware vSphere Cisco UCS ... Publishers NAS Storage© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 31
  • 30. Solution Components Resource Managers EMAN Address Management – Host Management Remedy Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud Incident Management – Change Management Cisco Cloud Portal Cisco Process Orchestrator VDC Resource Manager Automation vCloud Packs Automation Pack Hypervisor vCloud – vSphere – vCenter Self-Service—Service Catalog Provisioning—Integration DC Resources Active Directory Group Management – Profile Management© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 32
  • 31. Thank You #CiscoPlusCA© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 33
  • 32. CITEIS Gen2 Offerings Subscription Models CITEIS Express CITEIS Virtual for Individual Data Centers Pre-Defined Resource Pools with Bundled Cloud-based Services Services • Ideal for sandbox • Virtual resources reserved environments and guaranteed Value-Add Offerings • Minimal SLAs and support • Tenants allocate and provided; Best effort manage resources based • Enhanced infrastructure on their specific needs services available for • Minimum one (1) quarter additional charges subscription commitment • Complements CITEIS required VDC subscriptions only© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 34
  • 33. CITEIS Gen2 Key Features Client Self-Service Portal Customized Virtual Metering and Billing • Complete control requesting Images and Appliances infrastructure resources • Support for subscription-based • Upload customized images into • Simple, easy-to-use interface CITEIS; make them available via billing with pay-as-you-go capabilities • End-to-end automation reduces the self-service portal time to market • Single, aggregated billing for • Choose pre-configured images purchased infrastructure resources provided by NDCS and/or other IaaS APIs CITEIS users Support Services • Upfront SLA guarantee and pre- Security/Segmentation defined maintenance windows • Customized tools interact with • Define entitlement rights to specific • Option for NDCS support of your CITEIS via available APIs users for resource access virtual environments or you can • Logical segmentation between support your own tenants: your resources Pre-Paid Resource Pools guaranteed and segmented Customer Repeatable and On Demand Services Solution Availability • Cisco UCS-based virtualization • Support for on-demand • Allen DC: June 15 solution services • RTP DC: January 2012 • Cisco Cloud Portal (newScale) service catalog • Cisco Tidal Enterprise Orchestrator© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 35
  • 34. CITEIS Gen2 Service Roadmap High Level Q2FY’12 Q3FY’12 Q4FY’12 Q1FY’13 • Workload based • Zenoss offering • Identity management  • Web LogicGen1 CITEIS Application Servers provisioning service offering (service assurance) • LISP (L3 address convergence • Image Management • Overdrive (network portability) • AMS DC pod and PaaS support automation) • External/Public cloud expansion (rPath limited) • Storage automation • vMotion with LISP • VSG/VNMC network and cloud storage management • Elasticity and • High availability workload mobility – PaaS Service Offerings Initial offering April/May 2012 enhancements • IPv6 in the data center Basic but formally supported • vCloud Director upgrade PaaS Prototype: • TEO upgrade and Apache as a Service rearchitecture • Overdrive pilot© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 36
  • 35. CITEIS VDC Building Block(s) Mini Small Medium Large Jumbo Maximum # of Virtual Machines 10 25 55 120 250 (constrained by size of VLAN) Reserved Compute Power 20 vCPUs/ 50 vCPUs/ 110 vCPUs/ 240 vCPUs/ 500 vCPUs/ (performance equivalent) 20 GHz 50 GHz 110 GHz 240 GHz 500 GHz Total Reserved Memory for 40 GB 100 GB 220 GB 480 GB 1000 GB Tenant Virtual Machines Storage Allocation 250 GB 500 GB 1375 GB 3000 GB 6250 GB Engagement Model Self Service Self Service Self Service Self Service Self Service CIU Base Container Cost $ $$ $$$ $$$$ $$$$$ Select VLAN Container (one VLAN per building block) VLAN - Segmentation / 28 / 27 / 26 / 25 / 24 Select Support Options (must select one)  Client-Managed OS Support  NDCS Managed OS Support (Add $$) (No Additional Charge) (Support for Cisco Enterprise Linux, Windows 2003, 2008 Based Images Only) Base Service Agreements Service Availability 99.9% Standard Support Window (based on support option) Monday – Friday 8am-8pm CST Maintenance Occurs 1800-0800 Local Business Hours Only Monthly Maintenance Window Monthly Window: Second Thursday of Each Month Order Fulfillment SLA X Business Days© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 37
  • 36. CITEIS Express: On-Demand Service Maximum Number of Virtual Machines per User 2 Maximum IP Addresses 1 DHCP Address per VM Option 1: 1cpu x 2GB Virtual Machine Supported Configurations Option 2: 2cpu x 4GB Client Provided and Uploaded into CITEIS Express Supported Images Charged per GB Used – $0.62 per GB Virtual Machine Expiration 30 Days Storage Options OS and Data Storage 25 GB Increments Snapshots Not Available Backup and Recovery Not Available Service Agreements Service Availability Target 99.9% Standard Support Window Best Effort Maintenance Occurs 1800-0800 Local Business Hours Only Monthly Maintenance Window Monthly Window: Second Thursday of Each Month Order Fulfillment SLA On Demand via Service Catalog Service Costs 1cpu x 2GB VM Option $ per Month (does not include storage) 2cpu x 4GB VM Option $$ per Month (does not include storage) Per GB of Storage Allocated $ per GB per Month© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 38
  • 37. Thank you.
  • 38. CITEIS Demo Part II
  • 39. CITEIS Gen2 Key Features Enables Service Provider and Client Success SERVICE PROVIDER CLIENT • Customer repeatable solution • Client self-service portal • Metering and billing • Pre-paid resource pools and on-demand services • Security and segmentation • Customized virtual • IaaS APIs images and appliances • Support services© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 42
  • 40. CITEIS Gen2 at Work Standardized IT Offerings Client Customized Offerings/Images via Self-Service IT Storefront Define and Publish Image Store Front Standard Options Management Entitled Client Tenant Approvals NDCS Service Self-Service and Controls Provider Developers Orchestrate Delivery Policies and Server AppGovernanceDB Provisioning Server Server Tracking for Pay-Per-Use Chargeback Network Storage Lifecycle Management or Showback Security Process Coordination and Delivery Automation Ops DR Report Consumption© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 43
  • 41. UCS x86 Virtual Machine Migration 100% of VMs on UCS 4000 VMs on Legacy Number of VM Migrations 3500 VMs on UCS 3000 2500 2000 1322 1500 903 651 0 314 370 1000 Q3CY09 Q4CY09 Q1CY10 Q2CY10 Q3CY10 Q4CY10 500© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 44
  • 42. Examples of Cloud Services Software as a Service Applications, collaboration, etc SaaS Ex: WebEx, Salesforce.com. Cloud Platform as a Service Delivery Middleware, directories, etc. PaaS Ex: Google Apps, WebEx Connect Models Infrastructure as a Service Compute, storage, networking IaaS Ex: Amazon EC2, Verizon Data Center as a Service Data center facilities, power, cooling DCaaS Ex: WPR/NDCS, AT&T, Sprint© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 45
  • 43. CITEIS Gen2 Customers IN PRODUCTION IN PROCESS • Customer Service Experience • AS Worldwide Specializations Program (2) • Cisco Services Software Delivery (2) • Secure Network Services Business Unit • Cisco Services Technology Group (2) • Workplace Resources • Data Center EMEA • Buying and Selling Enablement (2) • Data Center IA • Data Center EA • Connected IT Services • Home Networking Business Unit (2) • Cloud & Managed Services Team • Intelligent Automation Solutions Business Unit (3) • Corporate Communications • IronPort • Cisco Services Technology Group • Intelligent Automation Solutions Business Unit • Engineer Lab Services • Network and Data Center Services (2) • Enterprise Business to Business • Architecture and Design • Unified Communications and Video Services • Global Information Security Consulting • Operational Excellence and Service Enablement • IT Field Implementations (Asia Pacific and India) • Secure Network Services Business Unit, • Global Field Operations Engineering IT • Smart Services Technology Group (2) • Services Foundation (2)© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 46
  • 44. CITEIS Managed Services Infrastructure Services Platform Services Business Services • Cisco Security Agent • Cisco Connection • Cisco Smart Care • DNS/WINS (CCIX) • Cisco Service Validation • Active Directory • Cisco Enterprise Portal • Cisco Commerce Workplace • Anti-Virus IT Services (CCW) • Connected Backup • IWE Quad • Remedy – Issue • HRMS • Credant Management • Kicker • EIAM (Identity Management) Mobility Services • Softracker • Citrix • Business Objects • eCommunities • Informatica • Blackberry Enterprise • Demantra (Demand Planning) • Mobile Mail • Sabrix (taxes) • NetForensics Computer Storage Networks: Richardson Allen Amsterdam Global DCs© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 47
  • 45. Non-Production/Disaster Recovery Data Center (Repurposed Office Space + DC Facilities Upgrade) Resilient Leading Technologies  Tier 2  UCS/Nexus Solutions  Application Development  Disaster Recovery Green Operational Excellence  Increased Air temp: 78F  Critical Mass SMEs  LED exterior lighting Remote Support  Roof-top Photovoltaic cells Storage/Refresh  Reclaimed water in cooling towers Flexible Customer Friendly  Servers/Storage ―Cable Anywhere‖  Viewing Windows  Virtualization Technologies  IMC Collaboration Space  Infrastructure Re-purpose© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 48
  • 46. CITEIS Gen2 Offerings Virtual Data Center Offering • Virtual CPU (GHz) Virtual Resources • Virtual memory CITEIS VDCs Customized • Segmented VLAN Based on Tenant Needs • Automated Tenant owner ―pieces together‖ virtual Storage provisioning infrastructure resources to build VDC- Allocation based on ―building blocks‖ • Self service • Currently NAS CITEIS VDCs are Elastic • NDCS managed Support Virtual infrastructure resources can Tenant VDC Option • Self-managed be added or deleted Driven Through Service Catalog Service • Internal Type • DMZ© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 49
  • 47. CITEIS Gen2 CITEIS VDCs—Tenant Customizable and Elastic Tenant X Tenant Y Tenant… Tenant VDC Tenant VDC Tenant VDC MINI MINI MEDIUM LARGE JUMBO MEDIUM MEDIUM 75 VM Value-Adds 120 VM Value-Adds 360 VM Capacity Capacity Capacity Value-Adds Current Capacity—tenant can increase by adding additional building blocks CITEIS Gen2© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 50
  • 48. Service Migration Benefits UC on Cisco UCS Status Migration to Cisco UCS 450 MCS servers reduces UC physical server inventory Cisco UCS servers 150 running ESXi Cisco UCS Deployment Alpha ACE Prod All UC Migrations Cisco Unified Communications Manager Aug 2010 – Dec 2011 Run on VM Cisco Unified Presence Server Jun 2011 – Dec 2011 ESXi Cisco Unity Connection Voicemail Cisco Quad© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 51
  • 49. Data Center Transformation –Cisco’s Virtualization and Cloud JourneyJim Robshaw Sr. Director, ITMay 2012
  • 50. Global Data Center Strategy
  • 51. Cisco UCS: Enabling Transformationto a Services Organization
  • 52. Cloud Strategy and Services

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