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Cloud infrastructure and Cloud Services by Rick Fleming of HP Consulting

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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
  • Cloud Computing Defined
    • 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 Infrastructure Cloud Applications On-Demand Applications MIDDLEWARE DATABASE PLATFORMS STORAGE COMPUTING NETWORK
  • 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
    • Reduce TCO
    • Increase Service Levels
    • Improve Customer Support
    IT
    • Instant, Reliable Deployment
    • Control tower automation
    • Standard, Secure Platforms
    • Reduce Manpower
    • Increase Manageability
    • Minimize Security Risks
    Developers
    • On-line Self Service Portal
    • Rapid Access to Services
    • Value Added Capabilities
    • Cut Development Cycle
    • Ensure Interoperability
    • Speed C&A Process
    Users
    • ‘ Unlimited’ Capacity
    • Assured Service Delivery
    • Flexible and Reconfigurable
    • Increase Productivity
    • 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
  • The Dynamic Development Environment (DDE)
    • 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.
    • DDE Benefits
      • 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
    • Resources:
      • Multi-continent, multi-datacenter, cloud computing system
      • “ Centers of Excellence” around the globe
        • each with 100–400+ nodes and up to ~2PB storage
        • and running a suite of cloud services
    • Structure: a loose federation
      • Sponsors: HP Labs, Intel Research, Yahoo!
      • Initial Partners: UIUC, Singapore IDA, KIT, NSF
    June 8, 2009 © Hewlett-Packard Company