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Cloud Orchestration

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This webinar will address how to approach SP Cloud Orchestration and examine existing Cisco and Partner offerings, including: …

This webinar will address how to approach SP Cloud Orchestration and examine existing Cisco and Partner offerings, including:

•Cloud Orchestration Capabilities
◦Portal and Service Catalog
◦Service and Resource Management
◦Orchestration
◦Integration capabilities
•Cloud Orchestration Offerings
◦BMC CLM 2.1
◦CIAC (Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud)

http://www.ciscoknowledgenetwork.com

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  • Large POD: 12,000 VM’s – 8xVblocks in a POD – 512 UCS physical serversCompact POD: 1,500 VM’s – 2xVblock in a POD – 64 UCS physical servers6 POD’s per Datacenter72,000 VM’s per datacenter (Large POD) 9000 VM’s per datacenter (Compact POD)Compact POD: 4 layersLarge POD: 5 layers
  • OTV – Overlay Transport Virtualization (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/switches/ps9441/nexus7000_promo.html)
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    • 1. EMEA Cisco Knowledge Network Cloud OrchestrationSebastian GrabskiConsulting Systems EngineerGSP Cloud Software Systems Architecture11th October, 2011© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1
    • 2. • Definitions• Cloud Orchestration – general concept• Cisco Cloud Orchestration solutions• BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management• Cisco IA for Cloud
    • 3. Are you familiar with Enterprise Class Cloud concept ?  Yes  No
    • 4. • Private cloud – Inhouse, Behind firewall, Company specific• Public cloud – Commodity Cloud  „EC2-like” service  missing enterprise class features like performance & redundancy  not suitable to host „legacy” applications  resiliency on application level – Enterprise Class Cloud  High performance  Redundancy & High Availability on infrastructure layer  Enterprise class architecture  resiliency on infrastructure level• Hybrid cloud – Private Cloud connected with Public Cloud
    • 5. Scalability: • Large POD: 12.000 VM’s (8xVblock – 512 UCS servers) • Compact POC: 1.500 VM’s (2xVblock – 64 UCS servers) Nexus • 6 POD’s per Datacenter Nexus Nexus NAS NAS NAS NASL4-7 Services L4-7 Services MDS 9500 MDS 9500 UCS UCS
    • 6. Enabling Multi-Tenancy: Secure Multi-tenant Network Containers VN-Link allows per-VM segmentation of traffic with full MPLS Core switching features VLANs and VRFs keep L2 / L3 customer traffic isolated Virtual Device Contexts further isolate traffic and enhance operations Allows partitioning of data center services such as SLB, firewalling, etc. OTV allows seamless extension of tenants between pods Common Physical Logical View per Tenant Infrastructure
    • 7. Automation threshold Inefficiency Tolerance Zone AutomationVOLUME and/or COMPLEXITY Automation Requirement Threshold TIME
    • 8. www.ciscoknowledgenetwork.com© © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 8

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