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Cloud ComputingMeans Efficient ITTom YarmasCTO – Cloud TechnologiesU.S. Public Sector
AgendaWhat we are seeing in CloudCreating Shared InfrastructureAutomation and OrchestrationCDMI                  NetApp Co...
NIST Cloud Definition                   Ubiquitous access                   Shared Pool                   Rapidly Provisio...
What are the Benefits of Cloud Computing? Efficiency – Improved Asset Utilization – Aggregated Demand and Accelerated syst...
Transitioning beyond Virtualization toCloud          Application-     Zones of                                          Pr...
Cloud Infrastructure Requirements    Customers                  Mission Needs                                 Data securit...
Service-Oriented Infrastructure            Lower Cost, More Flexible to Mission Needs    Problem /             How Solved ...
We Need a Process                    8
Financial Overview – Annual Costs
Step 2 – Design                      Server VirtualizationBetter Efficiencies   is not “Cloud” Consolidate Standardize Vir...
Data is Central to Your Cloud Architecture                                       Critical cloud capabilities:             ...
Standardize with FlexPod                                                                  Unified data center             ...
Benefits of Standardization   Data Center            Data Center    Efficiency             Flexibility             Reduced...
Future-Proof, Validated FlexPodMeeting Needs of Today and Tomorrow                                Production              ...
Scale Out with FlexPod Repeatable,  Consistent DeploymentsScale out with standard andproven configurations:    Predictable...
Secure Multi-Tenancy Throughout the Stack                                                           The first and only int...
Better Efficiencies Help IT Move Faster                                       Service Request                             ...
Enabling the Path to Private Cloud   Service Requirements          Fundamental ElementsDefine your services               ...
A “New” Cloud Operating Model is Required                              Automation &                              Orchestra...
Service AutomationI need three Virtual                        Service CatalogServers at the Gold    service level         ...
Who are Some of the Partners Involved? ITSM ITSM                          Virtualization Partners                         ...
Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud                                     Self-Service Portal and Service Catalog        ...
Think in terms of                                      SaaS:                                  • Gov-Apps, Internet Service...
Hybrid Cloud“The cloud infrastructure is a composition of two or more clouds (private, community, or public) that remain u...
Path to Cloud (ITaaS)                                                                                         ITaaS       ...
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)(You’ll Know You Arrived When…)            Area                           Expected Perfor...
Service Analytics  You need visibility and actionable                Optimize your servicesknowledge for optimizing your v...
CDMI       28
What is CDMI? An interface for interoperable transfer and management of data in a cloud storage environment. CDMI addresse...
CDMI OverviewCMDI Can be implemented side-by-side with existing, proprietary interfaces by:       Public Cloud Providers, ...
Call to Action Don’t just do Server Consolidation andVirtualization  – Transform to Private Cloud/Service Oriented    Infr...
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  1. 1. Cloud ComputingMeans Efficient ITTom YarmasCTO – Cloud TechnologiesU.S. Public Sector
  2. 2. AgendaWhat we are seeing in CloudCreating Shared InfrastructureAutomation and OrchestrationCDMI NetApp Confidential - Internal Use Only
  3. 3. NIST Cloud Definition Ubiquitous access Shared Pool Rapidly Provisioned Minimal Mgmt5 Essential Characteristics:•On-demand self-service•Broad network access 4 Deployment Models:•Resource pooling •Private•Rapid elasticity •Public 3 Delivery Models:•Measured Service •Community •SaaS •Hybrid •Paas •IaaS
  4. 4. What are the Benefits of Cloud Computing? Efficiency – Improved Asset Utilization – Aggregated Demand and Accelerated system consolidation – Improved Productivity in application development Agility – Purchase “as a service” from trusted cloud providers – Near instantaneous increase/decreases in capacity – More responsive to urgent needs Innovation – Shift focus from asset ownership to service management – Tap in to private sector innovation – Encourages entrepreneurial culture – Better linked to emerging technologies (e.g. devices) 4
  5. 5. Transitioning beyond Virtualization toCloud Application- Zones of Private Cloud Public Cloud Based Silos Virtualization AppsServersNetwork HybridStorage Workloads moving increasingly to virtualized cloud infrastructure Private Cloud: behind the firewall of an enterprise, closed to public Public Cloud: accessible via service providers for general purchase Hybrid Cloud: private clouds linked to public clouds 5
  6. 6. Cloud Infrastructure Requirements Customers Mission Needs Data security and privacy Self-service Always on Instant delivery Capacity elasticity Pay as you go Applications Infrastructure Needs Secure multi-tenancy Management Servers Integrated data protection Service automation and management Network Data mobility Storage Storage efficiency 6
  7. 7. Service-Oriented Infrastructure Lower Cost, More Flexible to Mission Needs Problem / How Solved with Silo Impact SOI Capability Requirement Architecture Unified Architectures Provide FoundationChanging Rebuild existing or build Increased cost Shared infrastructurerequirements new siloLow asset utilization Consolidate silos Increased costs and delays Storage and Server efficiency Additional Features Provide Flexible ValueLong lead times Forward provisioning Decreased utilization Service automation Multiple point solutionsEnforcing SLAs Increased costs Service-level management across silosData security and Increased costs, decreased Build more, new silos Secure multi-tenancyprivacy utilizationAvailability and Consolidate or migrate Increased downtime, Data and Server mobilityoptimal utilization across silos decreased productivitySecurity and Silos, tiering, multiple Increased costs, complexity, Integrated data protectionresiliency copies, tape, and so on and backup windows 7
  8. 8. We Need a Process 8
  9. 9. Financial Overview – Annual Costs
  10. 10. Step 2 – Design Server VirtualizationBetter Efficiencies is not “Cloud” Consolidate Standardize Virtualize Automate Citrix XenServer Linux KVM Microsoft Hyper-V vmware vSphere 10
  11. 11. Data is Central to Your Cloud Architecture Critical cloud capabilities: Storage/Server efficiency Scale up and scale out Scale up, scale out Non-stop operations storage pool Secure multi-tenancy Service automation and analyticsFlexible, efficient, unified storage architecture spanning silos through clouds 11
  12. 12. Standardize with FlexPod Unified data center Presized, Validated Data Center Presized, Validated Data Center architecture Building Blocks Building Blocks Easily scalable from small to large Collaborative support Best-of-breed technology Management − VMware® vSphere™, vCenter™ Three − Cisco® UCS® and NexusIndustry Leaders − NetApp FAS storage one Architecture
  13. 13. Benefits of Standardization Data Center Data Center Efficiency Flexibility Reduced RiskSimplify the journey Flexible platform Predesigned,to virtualization and adapts to a wide validatedcloud with one range of application infrastructureplatform from three workloads and use removes guessworkindustry leaders cases and speeds deploymentReduce OpEx and Flexible infrastructureincrease resource can grow and Provide proactive,utilization scale to meet predictive, cloud computing centralizedGain transparent requirements managementintegration withexisting technology Use disk/Cache Identify and resolve Technology that problems with 24-Gain open integration makes sense for hours-a-daywith third-party application/use case cooperative supportmanagement tools 13
  14. 14. Future-Proof, Validated FlexPodMeeting Needs of Today and Tomorrow Production Balanced Infrastructure CPU VDI Memory Develop Capacity and Test IOPS More computing and Higher performance less storage blades and more input/output operations per second (IOPS) Starting Out Data Protection and Backup Deploy entry system, then scale up Less computing and more storage
  15. 15. Scale Out with FlexPod Repeatable, Consistent DeploymentsScale out with standard andproven configurations: Predictable and highly efficient: Capacity and performance Floor space, power, and coolingBenefits: Reduce effort for architecture, design, deployment, and testing Reduce infrastructure deployment cycle time by up to 50% Manage pools consisting of storage, compute, and networking resources, not individual systems Increased performance and capacity
  16. 16. Secure Multi-Tenancy Throughout the Stack The first and only integrated vSphere, vShield, vCenter VMware VMware VMware stack that enables secure multi- tenancy from top to bottom Logical customer separation (SP) or business unit / application separation (IT) UCS, Nexus VN-link vNetwork API Secure partitioning from vSphere to UCS to MultiStore Persistent security throughout the VM lifecycle, including VMotion and Data MotionMultiStore, Data Motion vStorage API HR Eng Sales
  17. 17. Better Efficiencies Help IT Move Faster Service Request Service Available Traditional Many Weeks or Months X X With FlexPod™ Reference BoM Validated design > 50% Faster Precise deployment Standard test plan Service AvailablePreprovisioned FlexPod BenefitsRapid deployment of applications Agile service deliveryShared pools meet most requirements Higher productivity Faster deployment Higher quality Simpler planning Service Available Cisco and NetApp Confidential. For Internal Use Only. Do Not Distribute. 17
  18. 18. Enabling the Path to Private Cloud Service Requirements Fundamental ElementsDefine your services Service CatalogOptimize your service delivery Service AnalyticsRapidly deploy your services AutomationEmpower IT and your end-users Self-Service Scale up, scale out storage pool Foundation 18
  19. 19. A “New” Cloud Operating Model is Required Automation & Orchestration Cloud Computing Public or Private Cloud Services + = Virtual and PhysicalData Center Services Desktop Services ITaaS •Packaged, standardized IT services •Self-service provisioning & administration •Enforced automated policies & controls •Lifecycle management for workloads & services •Pay-per-use model for IT Services
  20. 20. Service AutomationI need three Virtual Service CatalogServers at the Gold service level Network Server Storage Gold Protection Orchestration policies Framework Silver Provisioning policies Bronze Resource pool Application Chargeback Admin metrics Reduce OpEx and CapEx Change backup policy for Gold Increase agility service level to Storage/Backup every 4 hours Eliminate errors Admin
  21. 21. Who are Some of the Partners Involved? ITSM ITSM Virtualization Partners Virtualization PartnersSolution PartnersSolution Partners Open Source Open Source ManageIQ
  22. 22. Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud Self-Service Portal and Service Catalog Track and Manage Define and Publish Standard Options Chargeback Architecture & IT or ShowbackManagementManagement Policies & Self-Service Request Approvals & Controls Governance Developers Orchestrate Report Delivery ConsumptionLifecycle Management Security Operations Process Orchestration and DR Automated Provisioning
  23. 23. Think in terms of SaaS: • Gov-Apps, Internet Servicesbuying services • Blogging/Surveys/Twitter, Social Networking • Information/Knowledge Sharing (Wiki) SaaS • Communication (e-mail), Collaboration (e- meeting) • Productivity Tools (office) PaaS • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) PaaS: IaaS • Application Development, Data, Workflow, etc. • Security Services (Single Sign-On, Authentication, etc.) • Database Management • Directory Services IaaS: • Networks, Security, Mainframes, Servers, Storage • Telecom Carrier Services • IT Facilities/Hosting Services NetApp Confidential 23
  24. 24. Hybrid Cloud“The cloud infrastructure is a composition of two or more clouds (private, community, or public) that remain unique entities but are bound together by standardized or proprietary technology that enables data and application portability (e.g., cloud bursting for load-balancing between clouds).
  25. 25. Path to Cloud (ITaaS) ITaaS ITaaS •Self-service Virtualization Is Necessary, •Self-serviceCost Reduction & Flexibility •Highly automated •Highly automated But Not Sufficient •Flexible •Flexible Automate & Optimize Virtualize & Consolidate Everything Standardize Service Offerings Rationalize Applications Centralize IT, Policy & Management Assess Tasks Ahead; Determine ROI Time 25
  26. 26. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)(You’ll Know You Arrived When…) Area Expected Performance Management Manage 10x-20x or more with same headcount TCO 25%-50% Total IT Savings (Y-Y) Provisioning New Minutes Infrastructure Application Deployment Days or Weeks Infrastructure Utilization Data: 100-2000%; Physical Storage: 75% or greater (As Seen by Apps) Server Reductions: 10:1 or better; Infrastructure Efficiency Storage: ~ 50% less; 75%-95% less for VI Backup & Recovery Minutes Clones for Dev/Test, Minutes Reporting or Other Use Power/Cooling 20%-50% reduction 26
  27. 27. Service Analytics You need visibility and actionable Optimize your servicesknowledge for optimizing your virtual IT Answer key questions to infrastructure delivering business value – What do we have and where is it? – What’s causing my performance problem? Capacity Planning Metered Usage – What’s the impact of Service Assurance change? Performance Optimization Understand what services are being used by who – Show utilization metrics back to your users – Enable showback or chargeback 27
  28. 28. CDMI 28
  29. 29. What is CDMI? An interface for interoperable transfer and management of data in a cloud storage environment. CDMI addresses the lack of standardization in three key areas related to cloud storage: 1. Client controlled client-to-cloud data transfer 2. Client controlled cloud data management 3. Client controlled cloud-to-cloud data transfer Currently there are no de jure standards in this area. – Amazon S3 is a de facto standard 29
  30. 30. CDMI OverviewCMDI Can be implemented side-by-side with existing, proprietary interfaces by: Public Cloud Providers, Storage Equipment Vendors, or Enterprises themselves 30
  31. 31. Call to Action Don’t just do Server Consolidation andVirtualization – Transform to Private Cloud/Service Oriented Infrastructure Assessment Services Gain Expertise in orchestration, workflowautomation, service levels, and charge-backs Evaluate complete solutions like FlexPod
  32. 32. THANK YOU!
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