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Rick Fleming HP Federal Practice Lead February 2009 Cloud Concepts
The Third Generation reach 1970 1980 2000 1990 2010 time 2005 2020 The Internet The Web The Cloud connectivity information & e-commerce virtualized services “ A pool of abstracted, highly scalable, and managed infrastructure capable of hosting end-customer applications and billed by consumption,” Forrester
“ Everything as a Service” Delivered by the Cloud Search Email Productivity Apps Social Networking Infrastructure on Demand Backup Media sharing Business Apps Management Apps Mobile Services Location-Based Services Storage on Demand Platform on Demand Cloud Computing Means Many Different Things To Different People
What do we mean by cloud? What’s new? Service users Service providers The cloud is a means by which global class, highly scalable and flexible services can be delivered and consumed over the internet through an as-needed, pay-per-use business model. New connections: information in context New capabilities: multi-tenant software New access: everything is a service
The cloud (r)evolution: solving problems that current technology models can’t solve Jun 8, 2009 Technology over the internet Service providers Service users Existing apps and infrastructure Contract-based consumption Services and data break apart New connections Information relevance Multi-tenant applications New capabilities Flexible consumption New access EaaS
Massive Scale-out and the Cloud 17 Decmeber 2008 Enterprise Class Global class On-premise Hybrid/off-premise 100s -1000s of nodes 10,000+ nodes Proprietary Commodity HW resiliency SW resiliency Max performance Max efficiency Silo’ed Resources Shared Resources Cost-Center Clusters Grids/Cloud Value/ Revenue-Center Static Elastic Shared storage Replicated storage Facility costs Power Usage Efficiency
Adaptive Infrastructure and Business Technology Optimization enable an automated service environment Business outcomes Technology-enabled services Internally hosted Business outcome Externally hosted Infrastructure as a service Infrastructure Utility homogeneous, centralized design Infrastructure Utility heterogeneous, distributed design Enterprise-class applications Global-class cloud services Business Technology Optimization Adaptive Infrastructure Pooled resources -- shared infrastructure Adaptive Infrastructure Pooled resources -- shared infrastructure
What is the Cloud? Applications are increasingly “click to run” services that live in remote Internet data centers – not on the PC or local server. They scale to millions and use shared IT infrastructure.
Not all applications will move to the cloud. However, we believe that on the margin, new applications, usage and customers are moving to the cloud.
This is a disruptive change, impacting the user experience, the economics of the IT industry, product design, how companies go to market, and value capture for developers, distributors & partners.
Cloud Services Cloud Management Cloud Infrastructure MIDDLEWARE DATABASE PLATFORMS PROCESSING STORAGE NETWORK PORTAL CLOUD ORCHESTRATION & ACCOUNTING BUSINESS SERVICE MGMT IT SERVICE MGMT SECURITY MGMT IT OPERATIONS PROVISIONING CONFIGURATION MGMT BACKUP/ARCHIVE TEST DATA ACCESS LIVE DATA STREAMS USER CONTROLLED BACKUP/ARCHIVE TEST MANAGEMENT CROSS DOMAIN SERVICES NETWORK SIMULATION RELEASE AND FAILBACK SERVICES COLLABORATION DIRECTORY SERVICES APP DEPLOYMENT SERVICES VERSION CONTROL SERVICES PROXY/GATEWAYS WEB SERVER &PORTAL SVCS BUDGETING & FINANCIAL TOOLS SECURITY EVALUATION SVCS SLA & SYSTEM REPORTING Secure Cloud Computing Model Cloud Computing Vision
Benefits of Cloud Computing Span the Organization Benefits of Secure Cloud Computing Stakeholder Views and Solution Aspects Stakeholder Secure Cloud Computing Benefits Business
Reduce Acquisition Cycle
Pay based on Use
Dashboard View of IT
Increase Service Levels
Improve Customer Support
Instant, Reliable Deployment
Control tower automation
Standard, Secure Platforms
Minimize Security Risks
On-line Self Service Portal
Rapid Access to Services
Value Added Capabilities
Cut Development Cycle
Speed C&A Process
‘ Unlimited’ Capacity
Assured Service Delivery
Flexible and Reconfigurable
IT Capability keeps pace with Business need
Infrastructure delivery options: On premises Off premises Shared Dedicated W W W W W W W W W W W W W W Mission critical Predictable demand High security Legacy / heterogeneous High internal staffing Mission critical Predictable demand High security Reduced cap ex Reduced internal staffing Non-critical Variable demand High security and performance transparency Some standardization Non-critical Variable demand Lower security and performance transparency Highly standardized
Secure Cloud Computing at DISA View of the Cloud Today
DDE Overview. The Dynamic Development Environment (DDE) is a free foundation service for HP-IT teams that provides multiple development environments on demand leveraging existing HP services and standards. Our model is fully-automated self-service environment.
A standardized development environment.
A dynamic resource.
A means to reduce hardware hoarded “just in case”.
For development, debug, and unit test.
Built on dependable servers and SAN.
Reduces number of physical servers required.
Reduces the number of operating system instances.
Quicker turn around time when provisioning aserver.
Saving of server configurations for an application environment.
OpenCirrus cloud computing research testbed http://www.cloudtestbed.org/
An open , internet-scale global testbed for cloud computing research
a tool for collaborative research
focus: data center management & cloud services
Multi-continent, multi-datacenter, cloud computing system