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CloudCamp is an 'unconference' where early adopters of Cloud Computing technologies exchange ideas. Come share your cloud experiences, challenges and solutions. At CloudCamp, attendees are encouraged …

CloudCamp is an 'unconference' where early adopters of Cloud Computing technologies exchange ideas. Come share your cloud experiences, challenges and solutions. At CloudCamp, attendees are encouraged to share thoughts in open discussions and short talks. End users, IT professionals and vendors are all encouraged to come!

Theme: "Industry Cloud"

Speakers:
Nimbus Cloud Project: Kate Keahey, scientist at Argonne National Laboratory and Computation Institute fellow at University of Chicago @KateKeahey
Presidential Scale - Critical Technology of the 2012 Election: Scott VanDenPlas, Alright Dude for @elelseeinc and former Director of DevOps for Obama for America, @scottvdp
The Great Real Estate Dust bowl...will the Cloud bring enough rain?: Chris Hacker, co-founder, myShortTrack @myShortTrack
How Converge Infrastructure is the Key to Hybrid, Private, and Public Clouds: Bryan Rosenblum, Senior Architect, IDS @IDSdata
Real World ROI in Digital Publishing: Tim Smith, VP of Digital at Imagination @DigitalNovo

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  • 1. Sponsored byHosted byCloud Camp Chicago“Industry Clouds”#cloudcamp@cloudcampNametag SponsorsThursday, June 20, 13
  • 2. 5:30pm Registration, Food, Drinks and Networking6:00pm Open Remarks, Introductions6:30pm Lightning Talks• Nimbus Cloud Project: Kate Keahey @KateKeahey• Presidential Scale - Critical Technology of the 2012 Election: ScottVanDenPlas @scottvdp• The Great Real Estate Dust bowl...will the Cloud bring enoughrain?: Chris Hacker @myShortTrack• How Converge Infrastructure is the Key to Hybrid, Private, andPublic Clouds: Bryan Rosenblum @IDSdata• Real World ROI in Digital Publishing:Tim Smith @DigitalNovo7:30pm Unpanel8:30pm Breakout Sessions9:00pm Wrap Up - Drinks anyone?Agenda#cloudcamp@cloudcampSponsored byHosted byNametag SponsorsThursday, June 20, 13
  • 3. CloudCamp Chicago is out for sumer!Stay tuned for the next onein early Sept.Thursday, June 20, 13
  • 4. Nimbus Cloud ProjectPresented by: Kate Keahey, Scientist at Argonne NationalLaboratory and Computation Institute fellow atUniversity of ChicagoTweet: @KateKeahey #cloudcamp#cloudcamp@cloudcampSponsored byHosted byNametag SponsorsThursday, June 20, 13
  • 5. NIMBUS www.nimbusproject.org  From  Clouds  to  Observatories  Kate Keahey,Argonne National LaboratoryUniversity of Chicago1  6/20/13  
  • 6. NIMBUS www.nimbusproject.org  Cloud  Compu3ng:  Looking  Back  6/20/13   2  The  Need  Enabler   Enabler  Using  remote  resources  Environment  ownership  On-­‐demand  processing  Environment  ownership  Isola9on    
  • 7. NIMBUS www.nimbusproject.org  Cloud  Compu3ng:  Looking  Forward  6/20/13   3  Cloud  compu3ng   Con3nuous  Data  Acquisi3on    Event-­‐based  data  processing  Cheap  and  reliable    “sensing  devices”    On-­‐demand,  elas9c  outsourcing  Observatories  
  • 8. NIMBUS www.nimbusproject.org  Ocean  Observatory  Ini3a3ve          •  Towards Observatory Science•  Sensor-driven processing–  An “always-on” service–  Real-time event-based datastream processing capabilities–  Highly volatile need for datadistribution and processing•  Nimbus team building platformservices for integrated,repeatable support for on-demand science–  High-availability–  Auto-scaling•  From regional Nimbus clouds tocommercial clouds4  
  • 9. NIMBUS www.nimbusproject.org  Modeling  Crops  6/20/13   5  Spectral  Indices*  NDVI  •  SAVI  •  EVI  •  NDWI  Hyperspectral  imaging  system  mounted  on  a  tower  Mul<-­‐Temporal  Hyperspectral  Cubes  and  Spectral  Index  Images  Diseases    applica<on  images  courtesy  of  Yuki  Hamada,  ANL  Joint  project  with  Pete  Beckman,  Nicola  Ferrier,  Yuki  Hamada,  Rao  Kotamarthi,  Rajesh  Sankaran  and  others  (ANL)    
  • 10. NIMBUS www.nimbusproject.org  …  and  many  other  projects  in    flood  management,  urban  metabolism  &  urban  planning,  water  security,  weather  forecas9ng,  seismology,  etc.    6/20/13   6  
  • 11. NIMBUS www.nimbusproject.org  Par3ng  Thoughts  6/20/13   7  Mature  Innova9on:    the  Internet  Maturing  Innova9on:    the  cloud  
  • 12. NIMBUS www.nimbusproject.org  Talk  to  us  about    the    University/Industry  Cloud  and  Autonomic  Center    at  University  of  Chicago…  6/20/13   8  
  • 13. Presidential Scale - CriticalTechnology of the 2012 ElectionPresented by:ScottVanDenPlas, Former Director ofDevOps for Obama for America Alright Dudefor @elelseeinc Tweet: @scottvdp  #cloudcamp#cloudcamp@cloudcampSponsored byHosted byNametag SponsorsThursday, June 20, 13
  • 14. scottvandenplas@scottvdp/in/scottvdp
  • 15. OPERATIONALEFFICIENCYIS AN ENORMOUSSTRATEGICADVANTAGE
  • 16. HOUDINIMassive real time poll watching analytics.Actionable intelligence - critical GOTV.35,000 volunteers.No second chance.
  • 17. "...a massive undertaking...the Party’s newest,unprecedented and mosttechnologically advancedplan to win the 2012presidential election."
  • 18. USERSTraining - Everything 24+ hours in advance.Documentation - 60 page detailed PDF.Testing - Keep expenses minimal.Get the basics right.
  • 19. TECHNOLOGYTight schedules - Leverage consultants for core.Open Source - The Drupal Advantage.Cloud - Approach with a healthy caution.
  • 20. ARCHITECTURE
  • 21. RESULTS“There was so much data coming in -- 1,200 recordsor more per minute -- it shut down the system for atime. Users were frustrated by lag, and some peopledropped off and we experienced attrition as a result.”Zac MoffattCampaign Digital Director“...result was that 30,000+ of the most active and fired-up volunteers were wandering around confused andfrustrated when they could have been doing anythingelse to help.”Campaign Volunteer
  • 22. ARCHITECTUREFull interactive diagram at awsofa.info
  • 23. ARCHITECTUREFull interactive diagram at awsofa.info
  • 24. TECHNOLOGYTight schedules - Leverage consultants for core.Open Source - The Drupal Advantage.Cloud - Approach with a healthy caution.
  • 25. TECHNOLOGYTight schedules - Organizationally integratedtechnology team.Open Source - Ubuntu, Flask, Rails, Django, MySQL,Puppet, OpenVPN, Memcached, etc...Cloud - 99.9% cloud computing.
  • 26. USERSTraining - Everything 24+ hours in advance.Documentation - 60 page detailed PDF.Testing - Keep expenses minimal.Get the basics right.
  • 27. USERSTraining - Iteratively developed with key users. Tieredcommunity of assistance for army of volunteers.Documentation - Inline and interactive documentation.Dedicated and talented support team.Testing - Full stack and load testing for months.Game day simulation testing twice.REALLY get the basics right.
  • 28. "...a massive undertaking...the party’s newest,unprecedented and mosttechnologically advancedplan to win the 2012presidential election."
  • 29. "Project ORCA is a massiveundertaking... the RepublicanParty’s newest, unprecedentedand most technologicallyadvanced plan to win the 2012presidential election."
  • 30. HOUDINIMassive real time poll watching analytics.Actionable intelligence - critical GOTV.35,000 volunteers.No second chance.XORCA
  • 31. HOUDINIMassive real time poll watching analytics.Actionable intelligence - critical GOTV.35,000 volunteers.No second chance.XORCA
  • 32. GORDONDrastically scaled back effort.Reassessed the value of the data.Gordon was the name of the guywho punched the real Houdini to death.
  • 33. OPERATIONALEFFICIENCYIS AN ENORMOUSSTRATEGICADVANTAGE
  • 34. scottvandenplas@scottvdp/in/scottvdp
  • 35. How Converge Infrastructureis the Key to Hybrid, Private,and Public CloudsPresented by:Bryan Rosenblum, Senior Architect, IDSTweet: @IDSdata #cloudcamp#cloudcamp@cloudcampSponsored byHosted byNametag SponsorsThursday, June 20, 13
  • 36. Transforming the way IT is DeliveredIntegrated Data Storage1Presenter: Bryan RosenblumIDS Business Technical Consultant
  • 37. Transforming the way IT is DeliveredIT Optimization Framework2Increased Total Cost SavingsStandardizationVirtualizationConvergenceAutomationOrchestrationHybrid IntegrationImprovedSpeedandFlexibilitytoBusinessCSP’sMost ITEnvironmentsOptimization levels over BASELINE0% 25% 50% 75%10%WorkloadPlacement
  • 38. Transforming the way IT is DeliveredBenefits of Converged Infrastructure3• Reduce power and cooling costs• Reduce engineering management and administration costs• Reduce infrastructure hardware and software spending• Reduce data center footprintReduceCost• Improve customer and business unit satisfaction• Improve SLAs and IT agility• Improve agility for mergers, acquisitions, growth or divestituresImproveOperations• Reduce business continuity and disaster recovery exposure• Reduce inconsistent infrastructure provisioning• Reduce infrastructure security risks caused by inconstantplatformsReduceRisk
  • 39. Transforming the way IT is DeliveredIntegrated Data Storage4Visit us at www.idstorage.comFollow us on LinkedIn, Twitter @IDSdata, and YouTube
  • 40. Real World ROI in DigitalPublishingPresented by:Tim Smith,VP of Digital at ImaginationTweet: @DigitalNovo #cloudcamp#cloudcamp@cloudcampSponsored byHosted byNametag SponsorsThursday, June 20, 13
  • 41.  Imagina(on  is  a  growing  Chicago  based  Content  Marke(ng  Agency  that  provides  custom  content  via  digital  and  legacy  delivery.  Who  is  Imagina(on?  
  • 42. The  Story  Legacy  Office  Environment  •  100+  employees  and  growing!  •  95%  Mac  clients,  5%  PCs  •  Ac(ve  Directory  Server  •  At  capacity  file  server  •  Overly  complicated  VPN  configura(on  •  Migrated  to  Office  365  from  a  failing  Exchange  Server  •  Office  365  with  Outlook  Clients  Legacy  Co-­‐Lo  Environment  •  Disparate  rack  of  servers  par(ally  virtualized  •  VMWare  •  Linux  •  Windows  2008  •  Third-­‐Party  Firewall  
  • 43. The  Story  Pain  Points  in  Office  •  Outlook  crashed  for  someone  at  least  once  per  day  •  Office  365  delayed  replica(on  of  Ac(ve  Directory  Server  •  Office  365  was  difficult  to  manage  without  Level  2  network  resource  •  Users  locked  to  their  worksta(ons  •  Down  (me  associated  with  machine  maintenance  •  Office  365  not  friendly  with  Chrome  or  Firefox  Pain  Points  in  CoLo  •  Level  2/Level  3  support  resource  needed  to  maintain  •  NO  Disaster  Recovery  •  Costly  Upgrades  
  • 44. The  Business  Needs  •  Consolidate  Infrastructure  •  Reduce  Employee  Down(me  •  Increase  Collabora(on/data  access  reliability  •  Increase  Storage  Access  and  Size  •  Increase  Up(mes  of  Client  Websites  •  Decrease  Infrastructure  Management  Requirements  •  Eliminate  the  need  for  a  third  party  MSP  
  • 45. The  Cloud  Solu(on  Google  Apps  &  Amazon  Web  Services    •  Google  Apps  has  eliminated  need  for  the  third  party  MSP  •  AWS  has  empowered  the  development  team  to  manage  their  web  plaaorms  •  All  support  is  managed  by  our  internal  help  desk  resource  •  Help  desk  requests  have  decreased  by  at  least  33%  acer  removing  Outlooks  TLC  needs  •  Storage  has  been  offloaded  to  Google  Drive  •  VPN  access  needs  have  been  all  but  removed  •  Mac  users  can  switch  between  worksta(ons  and  devices  without  down(me  in  cases  of    hardware  failure  
  • 46. The  Cost  Savings  •  Elimina(on  of  MSP  for  support  •  Reduced  Hos(ng  Costs  •  Decreased  Need  for  Microsoc  Office  using  Google  Apps  •  Now  Exploring  “Cloud  Devices”  such  as  ChromeBooks  •  Savings  >  $100,000/year      
  • 47. The Great Real Estate Dustbowl...will the Cloud bringenough rain?Presented by:Chris Hacker, co-founder, myShortTrackTweet: @myShortTrack #cloudcamp#cloudcamp@cloudcampSponsored byHosted byNametag SponsorsThursday, June 20, 13
  • 48. Un-panel Discussion#cloudcamp@cloudcampSponsored byHosted byNametag SponsorsThursday, June 20, 13
  • 49. Breakout Sessions#cloudcamp@cloudcampSponsored byHosted byNametag SponsorsThursday, June 20, 13
  • 50. #cloudcamp@cloudcampSponsored byHosted byNametag SponsorsThursday, June 20, 13