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2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition
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2011.10.31 - IBM SmartCloud Entry - Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition


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    • 1. IBM SmartCloud Entry : IBM Starter Kit for Cloud x86 Edition October, 2011
    • 2. Cloud Computing represents a significant growth opportunity Source: Worldwide Enterprise Server Cloud Computing 2011–2015 Forecast IDC #228916 Author(s): Katherine Broderick June 2011
      • $6.2B Cloud server opportunity in 2012
      • 22-26% CAGR 2010-2015 Blades servers
      • 17% CAGR for Rack servers
    • 3. Want to move to Cloud – first … Get off the Treadmill! Free your employees to move the ball forward Explosion of information driving 54% growth in server/storage shipments every year. 70% on average is spent on maintaining current IT infrastructures versus adding new capabilities. In distributed computing environments, up to 85% of computing capacity sits idle. 1.5x 70¢ per $1 85% idle
    • 4. IDC Data: Why Move to the Cloud?
    • 5. Low cost overwhelmingly drives the cloud value proposition, particularly for business users March, 2011 To What Extent Do the Following Aspects of the Cloud Value Proposition Appeal, As it Pertains to Your Job? Answer Selected: Appeals to a Great Extent
      • 65% believe cloud will drive down the cost of running business applications
      • Infrastructure, testing, and SaaS are expected to cost much less than traditional outsourced services by at least 30% to 60%
      • 60% of business executives also expect cloud service delivery cycles to speed up application implementation
      Source:”Cloud will Transform Business as We Know It: The Secret’s in the Source”, Hfs Research, and the London School of Economics, December, 2010
    • 6. Private Cloud Must Haves…. Additionally: High Availability, Fault Tolerance is implied
      • Resource Pooling (storage, processing, memory, virtual machines…)
        • Resources pooled for multiple consumers using a multi-tenant model
        • Resources dynamically assigned/reassigned by consumer demand
      • Broad network access
        • Capabilities accessed over the network through standard mechanisms
      • Rapid Elasticity (and Provisioning) of Resources
        • Fast, automated allocation for quick scale out and release to scale in
        • Appearance of unlimited resources - purchase any-quantity-any-time.
      • On-demand Self-Service
        • A consumer can unilaterally provision computing capabilities
        • Not requiring human interaction with each service’s provider
      • Measured Service
        • Systems automatically control, optimize and measure resource use
        • Usage monitoring, control, and reporting provide transparency
    • 7. What is Starter Kit for Cloud?
      • Starter Kit for Cloud….
      • IBM Cloud software stack with self service, rapid provisioning and resource management, cataloging, image deployment and metering services
      • Provides key benefits sought by IT managers including responsive and reliable workload deployment and resources on demand to support Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
      Image build, convert, manage Virtual machine deployment Self-service Web Portal Cloud Features Accelerate Time to Market Demonstrated time to market improvement for new applications Integrated Management Approvals, metering, billing, users and projects through a single pane of glass Flexible, modular design: Small Footprint -- simple, quick install on systems w/ VMControl, Extensible via REST API lets partners easily customize the UI Benefits
    • 8. IBM Starter Kit for Cloud X86 Edition = Components that have SWMA Support NEW! (1) All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. Some features require the purchase of additional software components. IBM Starter Kit for Cloud X86 Edition SW Offering
          • 00D4658 – comes with 1 yr SWMA - $1880 1 per server
          • 00D4659 – comes with 3 yr SWMA - $2632 1 per server
      Available Q4 - Announce 10/12, GA 10/20 *Stack Content Starter Kit (SKC) 2.2 Tivoli Provisioning Manager for Images (TPMfi) 7.1.1 IBM Systems Director Standard Edition for X86 IBM Storage Control 4.2.1 Pre- reqs vSphere 4.1 Enterprise, VMware vCenter Server Fulfillment HVEC/Accelerator with TReX processing
    • 9. IBM Starter Kit for Cloud 2.2 Release Function
      • Overall Stack Management
      • Subscriber Level – End User Self Service Interface
      • Cloud Admin User Interface
      • Isolation of resources and users through projects/workspace
      • Approval Policies for workload deployment & resize
      • Basic Billing, metering and audit
      • Supports underlying virtualization management features
      • resource pooling, workload resiliency
      • Support enterprise features of virtual system management
      • Storage pools, system pools, network config, placement optimization
      • Support Systems Director and VMC for platform management
      • Northbound REST APIs (CFS programmatic for partners, services)
      • Easy installation of management stack
      • Integrate Customer LDAP Server
      • VM Power on/off
      • Supported on AIX(Power) and on Linux (x86)
      • Add v-disk (VMControl)
      • Resize disk at deploy (VCenter)
      • Supports multiple VM Ware Clusters & resource pools
      • Support multiple VMWare data stores
      • Support appliances with multiple V-nics
      • Admin initiated migration
      • Provision via VCenter
      • Provision from VS Templates
      • Provision to VCenter hosts, and clusters
      • Allow/tolerate vSphere initiated migration
      • Retrieve deployment properties
      • Back-up & Restores via Self Service (VCenter)
      • Provides capability to capture Physical to Virtual images for deployment in Starter Kit environment (via TPMfI)
      • Provides capability to capture Virtual images and migrate to VMware Images deployable to starter kit environment (via TPMfI)
      • Better manage image sprawl - Move the workload from one hypervisor type to a different hypervisor type from a single image source. (via TPMfI)
      • Administrator Functions
      • Configure workload to host
      • Configure workload targets to system pool
      • Configure Virtual Appliance Parameters
      • Register Virtual Appliance for User Selection
      • Approve/Reject New Workload Requests
      • Approve/Reject Workload Resize Requests
      • Configure Billing
      • Charging accounts, account assignment
      • Configure approvals
      • Configure to generate metering records
      • Create & Manage Projects
      • Add users to projects as admin, deployer, viewer
      • Create Users
      • Configure Network Pools
      • Configure LDAP environment
      • Cloud Configuration to VMControl (Power) or VMWare
      • Manual Intervention
      • Review event logs & failures
      • Initiate Workload movement (between projects or via Virtualization manager)
      • End User Function
      • Request access to a project
      • Request CFS access from login panel
      • Request workload creation – appliance deploy
      • Set user instance parameters (CPU, Memory)
      • Resize Running Workloads
      • Delete a Workload
      • Clone a workload
      • Start/Stop a workload
      • Review workload properties
      • Add additional disk (VMControl)
      • Set target disk size at deploy (VMware)
    • 10. Starter Kit for Cloud Features Operate Your Cloud Deploy VMs
      • Delegate provisioning to authorized ‘users’ to improve productivity
      • Maintain full oversight to ensure an optimally running and safe Cloud through automated approval / rejection
      • Standardize deployment and configuration to improve compliance and reduce errors by setting policies, defaults and templates
      • Simplify administration with an intuitive interface for managing projects, users, workloads, resources, billing, approvals & metering
      35:1 Slash time to market for new apps from four months to just two or three days Cut costs with efficient operation Simplify storage of thousands of images Create Images
      • Easily create new golden master images and software “appliances” using corporate standard OS
      • Convert images from physical systems or between various x86 hypervisors to use cheaper tooling
      • Reliably track images to ensure compliance and minimize security risks
      • Conserve resources , reducing both the number of images and the storage required for them
      • Deployment of application images across compute and storage resources
      • End user self service for improved responsiveness
      • Ensure security through resource and VM isolation, project-level user access controls
      • Easy to use - no need to know all the details of the infrastructure
      • Protect your investment through full support of your current virtualization environment
      • Optimize performance on IBM systems with dynamic scaling, expansive capacity and continuous operation
    • 11. Starter Kit Benefit Summary
      • Rapid access to infrastructure
      • Easy to use self-service interface, abstracted from infrastructure complexities
      • Accountability for resources used on a temporary or permanent basis
      Line of Business Infrastructure Teams IT Operations
      • Receives standardized requests from end user
      • Benefits from ‘delegated provisioning’ w/in defined limits
      • Provided w/ a multi-tenant infrastructure
      • Ability to approve/reject workloads
      • Automatic workload placement
      • Underlying infrastructure provides high availability
      • Standardization of systems and virtual machines (images)
      • Automation of OS images simplifies HW deployment and server consolidation
      • Simple image management to facilitate off line updates
      • Monitoring of VM usages helps manage dormant machine waste
    • 12.
      • Departmental Management
        • User Demand Driven
        • Simplified Administration
      • Datacenter IT Management
        • Automated Response
        • Resiliency
        • Ease of Management
      Management: Ease of Use at the Department and Datacenter Cloud Datacenter Applications, Workloads Management, Administration Pooled Resources Metering Self Service Rapid Provisioning Network Access Highly Available Resiliency Scale Out