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This is the keynote presentation that the Abiqio CEO, Pete Malcolm, presented at the SySCon 2010 Cloud Computing Conference.

This is the keynote presentation that the Abiqio CEO, Pete Malcolm, presented at the SySCon 2010 Cloud Computing Conference.

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    • 2.63-$2.73
      An Open Cloud Ecosystem
      The Gathering Storm
      Pete Malcolm
      CEO
    • History
      1999: VMware
      Workstation
      VMware
      $2.63-$2.73 Bn
      1983: Novell, Inc
      Local Area Network
      Cloud
      1980
      2010
      2000
      1990
      1990: Tim Berners-Lee World Wide Web
      2006: Amazon Web Services
      2000: Salesforce.com
      Launched
    • History
      27 Years of Client/Server Computing
      20 Years of Internet Computing
      11 Years of Virtualization 1.0
      10 Years of “Cloud”
      Phenomenal, unprecedented growth of computing applications
      • Same old IT Infrastructure management model
    • Infrastructure Management
      Physical Datacenter Risks
      Procurement
      Standards
      Interference
      Expertise
      Virtual Datacenter Risks
      Interference
      Exceeding Resource
      • IT Provisions all resource, physical and virtual
    • Virtualization 1.0 Issues
      Virtual Machine Sprawl
      Overwhelming growth/volume
      Disconnected IT Infrastructure Team
      High Provisioning Effort
      Lack of agility
      Poor Capacity Planning and Utilization
      Failure to deliver cost savings
      Security/Compliance
      Segregation and risk limiting adoption
      Vendor Lock-In
      High purchase cost
      Very high maintenance cost
    • Contention
      The unprecedented growth of both applications, and their complexity, renders the current IT infrastructure management model unsustainable.
      The model must evolve.
    • Vision
      ‘Top Down’ Strategic
      Vendor Neutral
      Non-Proprietary
      Solution vs ‘Cool Technology’
      No Buzzwords
    • Vision
    • Foundations
      Separation
      Multi-Tenancy
      Workload Policy
      Delegation
      Allocation
      Image
      Libraries
    • Separation
      Resource Cloud Providers
      Local
      Remote
      IaaS
      Hosting Providers
      Resource Cloud Consumers
      Enterprises
      Datacenters
      Appliances
      Virtual Machines, Storage and Networking
    • Delegation
      Virtualization 1.0 Management Model
      Virtualization 2.0 Management Model
    • Policy Based Allocation
      Functional
      Hypervisor
      Resources
      Corporate Standards
      Data Security
      Compliance /Segregation
      Cost
      Operational
      Overloading
      Enterprise Preferences
      Performance
      Resilience
    • Stakeholders
      IT Infrastructure Team
      Controls provision of resources to the Resource Cloud
      Maintains physical infrastructure
      Purchases additional resource as required
      Ensures service levels are met
      Creates Virtual Enterprises and sets Resource Limits
      Virtual Enterprise Administrators
      Control consumption of Resource Cloud
      Manage Enterprise Users
      Manage/Delegate Virtual Datacenter Management
      CIO
      Dictates Workload Policy
    • Benefits
      Reduced IT Infrastructure Load
      Focus on physical infrastructure & service levels
      Drop ‘disconnected’ virtual machine management
      Eliminate deployment risk
      Standardization maintained
      Capacity planning becomes a reality
      Increased Agility
      On demand VM deployment in seconds
      Temporary projects, “what/if” scenarios
      Increased Utilization
      Enforced resource limits encourage efficiency
      Security/Compliance
      Policy based workload allocation
    • Resource Use Cases
      Enterprise Datacenters
      Centralized Management
      Elasticity
      Local physical infrastructure
      Remote physical infrastructure
      Purchased resource
      Development Teams
      Rapid Deployment and Flexibility
      Hosting Providers
      Sell Virtual Enterprises
      Sell Resources
      SMEs
      Fully Cloud Located
    • Extensions
      Billing and Chargeback
      Allocated Resources
      Consumed Resources
      Brokered Resource Provision
      Standards
      Resource Marketplace
      Dynamic Load Shifting
      Active Load Monitoring
      Energy Efficiency
      Dynamic Resource Power Control
    • Conclusion
      Separation
      Resource
      Cloud
      Multi-Tenancy
      Workload Policy
      Delegation
      Allocation
      Image
      Libraries
    • Questions
    • www.resourcecloud.info