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Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
Fujitsu - 27oct2010
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Fujitsu - 27oct2010

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  • 1. INTERNAL USE ONLYINTERNAL USE ONLY AGORA TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCES Fujitsu Technology Solutions, OCT 2010 Infrastructure-as-a-Service for Server and Storage
  • 2. Market observations Virtualized IT resources as an on-demand service with a cost billing based on usage and capacity service units Primary utility types, depending on fluctuating market dynamism and market maturity Business Process Utility Software- as-a- Service Infrastructure Utility Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS1
  • 3. What is our objective? Infrastructure-as-a-Service for Server and Storage  A low-priced offer based on monthly billing that enables small and medium- sized enterprises to order resources and functions easily, quickly and securely  Fujitsu operates the infrastructure - customers and partners use this platform to operate their added-value solutions  Solution for the operation of virtualized environments in a "shared" infrastructure up to the provision of dedicated servers and storage  Use automated, hosted server and storage architectures from data centers operated by the Fujitsu group • Server virtualization and remote administration technologies • Support and provision of middleware and applications Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS2
  • 4. Concept Offer IT Architecture and Operation Summary AGENDA 3
  • 5. Concept | Offer | IT Architecture and Operation| Summary 4
  • 6. Fujitsu portfolio at a glance – Dynamic IT 5 Infrastructure Products & Services Infrastructure Solutions Managed Infrastructure Infrastructure as a service Managed OfficeManaged Data Center Workplace as a Service Server as a Service Software Servers ClientsStorage Office SolutionsData Center Solutions Network Storage as a Service Managed Maintenance Dynamic Infrastructures Service Desk Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  • 7. Trusted Cloud off-premisePrivate Cloud off-premisePrivate Cloud on-premise Fujitsu Cloud – the definition On-premise Off-premise Bespoke Managed Services Standardized Managed Services Individual Offering Customized Offering Standardized Managed Services Infrastructure as a Service Customized & Generic Offering Generic Offering Standardized SLAs Standard tools / processes Dedicated Systems Management Center Shared Systems Management Center Degree of standardization / pay-as-you-use invoicing Workplace as a Service Server as a Service Storage as a Service Managed Office Managed Storage Managed Network Tools/processes On-site delivery Managed Server Managed Maintenance Managed Office Managed Server Managed Storage Managed Network Managed Office Managed Server Managed Storage Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS6
  • 8. The challenges Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Infrastructure-as-a-Service for Server and Storage  Minimize costs  Predictable costs (agreements based on requirements according to "pay-as-you-grow")  Lower operating costs (personnel, licenses, IT infrastructure)  Continuous optimization of the service  Faster access to critical applications  More flexibility  Understandable SLAs including transparent reporting  Alignment with core business  Reduced risk and lower complexity  No longer shortage of experts  Ensure scalability  Application access: fast, secure and easy  Flexible modification of the range of services  Adopt new technologies  Participate in technical innovations 7
  • 9. Fujitsu extends its portfolio with "as-a-service" offerings  Centrally-provided IT infrastructure from Fujitsu data centers  Shared among multiple customers  Access via pre-defined methods and standard SLAs  Highly standardized infrastructure services – flexible to use and extend  A shared IT infrastructure is provided as:  On-demand service  Pay-as-you-use invoicing  Basis for using server-based applications and solutions Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS8
  • 10. The advantages Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS  Minimized investment effort  Reduced infrastructure investments  Optimized use of current infrastructure  Pay-as-you-use invoicing  Ensure flexibility for changing requirements and balance load peaks  Understandable SLAs including transparent reporting  A model which optimally combines in-house skills with the available infrastructure and reduces routine activities  Lower start-up barriers thanks to smooth integration  "Trusted Partner"  Experience  Security  Service Level Agreements and continuity 9
  • 11. Concept | Offer | IT Architecture and Operation| Summary 10
  • 12. Infrastructure-as-a-Service for Server and Storage Server capacity provided from Fujitsu data centers “as-a-service"  Server capacity can be modified in a flexible manner to meet customer requirements  Service is charged according to usage  Access via secure Internet connections Infrastructure-as-a-Service ensures high availability levels and secure operations of virtual server and storage infrastructures with cost efficiency and transparency Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Storage Classes offered:  High Performance Storage  Productivity Storage  Economy Storage Systems offered:  Virtual server  Virtual or dedicated server with operating system  Server with middleware and application services 11
  • 13. Description: Service Consulting  Fujitsu offers “Benefit Analysis” – a process-oriented service consulting, based on a standardized, structured questionnaire  Analysis and recommendations provided as a neutral consultant  After the workshop, customers receive a professional results catalog illustrating the options and opportunities for using Cloud Computing with their IT  The following requirements and questions are clarified:  What can I achieve with new technology?  How does this fit into my IT strategy?  What are the potential cost savings and return on investment?  What are the advantages and risks?  Which IT services and processes should I use "as-a-service"?  What about data security and flexibility? Cloud: many questions - where are the answers? Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS12
  • 14. Partner and Customer GreenIT Integration Security Infrastructure-as-a-Service Dynamic Resource Pools for SME’s and LE’s System Administration & Monitoring Configuration & Change Management IT Service Mgmt. Service Management Patch Management & Virus Protection SLA- Management and Reporting Backup/ Restore Fujitsu Data Center "Infrastructure-as-a-Service" Network PRIMERGYETERNUS/NetApp ServerView IaaS Webportal IaaS Consumption Productivity Storage Economy Storage High Performance Storage Virtual Server Dedicated Server Operating System Infrastructure as a Service for Server Infrastructure as a Service for Storage Fujitsu Integration Platform for Cloud Services 13 Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  • 15. Infrastructure-as-a-Service for Servers Structure Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Customer Infrastructure (RX and BX systems) and virtualization (VMware) Operating system (Windows Server 2003 / 2008, Linux) Server administration (ServerView / managenow) Connection Storage Backup Virtual server Dedicated server Server configuration (opt. RAM and CPU) Access and administration (web portal) Fujitsu 14
  • 16. Infrastructure-as-a-Service for Servers Structure Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Customer Infrastructure (RX and BX systems) and virtualization (VMware) Operating system (Windows Server 2003 / 2008, Linux) Server administration (ServerView / managenow) Connection Storage Backup Integration & transition Corporate applications Consulting Virtual server Dedicated server Server configuration (opt. RAM and CPU) ERP / CRM (SAP, MS Dynamics,…) Database (Oracle, MS SQL) Messaging (MS Exchange) GroupWare (MS Sharepoint) Web / Portal (Web Server) Access and administration (web portal) ….. Customer/partnerFujitsu 15
  • 17. Service definition: configuration example Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Daily snapshot / weekly backup Modify size of CPU and RAM via WebPortal   Monitoring and standby services 7 x 24  Minimum contract period is 3 months  Monthly invoice / per VM  Reporting and SLA management (availability, number of used VMs), incl. basic performance reporting  System administration  Patch management (VM / OS)  Server backup (snapshot) / daily  System monitoring  Change management Capacity management   Core service Additional information 16
  • 18. Service Level selection Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Availability is measured at the interface to the Fujitsu data center. The prerequisite for all definitions is that there are no changes made to the access configurations of the servers. Definition Service Level Service operation 7 x 24 Daily service time Mo-Fr 08.00 - 17.00 CET Standard Silver Gold Availability of infrastructure in Fujitsu data center; measuring point for availability is the interface to the data center (outside maintenance times) 98.0% 99.0% 99.5% Configure new customers 10 working days 10 working days 10 working days Provision of virtual servers (typically 30 min.) 5 working days 3 working days 3 working days Provision of dedicated server 10 working days 5 working days 5 working days Optional services:  Administration support  Create VMDK (VM Disk Format)  Active directory integration  Reset systems  Recover data from snapshot 17
  • 19. Example: Infrastructure-as-a-Services for Storage Configuration and Prices are examples Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS18 Flexibility 0% 50% 100% Cost Efficiency 0% 50% 100% Productivity Storage Typical usage File oriented for e.g. web-services, Technology SAS 450 GB 15k RAID5 4+1 80 IO/s Economy Storage Typical usage File oriented for e.g. Backup data Technology SATA 1 TB 7,2k RAID5 4-1 20 IO/s High Performance Storage Typical usage Block oriented for e.g. Databases Technology SAS 300 GB 15k RAID 10 120 IO/s
  • 20. Concept | Offer | IT Architecture and Operation| Summary 19
  • 21.  Multichannel support  Web site with advertising  Infrastructure service catalog per channel  Automatic planning and delivery  Integration of different resource orchestrations  Accounting / reporting Web portal Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Platform Pooled resources Resources management Fujitsu Service orchestration Dynamic resources planning Portals Partner / customer Portal 20
  • 22. IT architecture overview Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Shared environment OS App OS App OS App Dedicated environment Shared storage (NAS) OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App Customer network 21
  • 23. Customer IT architecture overview Fujitsu data center OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App VPN or SSL VPN MPLS Systems Management World Wide Web Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS22
  • 24. Shared Server Environment ETERNUS OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App OS App PRIMERGY ESX Virtulization FibreChannel Example Scenario: High Performance Storage in Combination with I-a-a-S Server Internet Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS13 Trusted Fujitsu Data Center Trusted Cloud Client Client Client Client
  • 25. Example Scenario: Economy Storage as Backup Internet Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS15 ETERNUS FibreChannel Trusted Fujitsu Data Center Trusted Cloud Shared NAS Storage (V- Series) Client Client
  • 26. Network connection Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS  Secure connection to customer networks  Easy implementation  Flexible bandwidth according to requirements  High geographic availability  SLA-based connection concepts  Data encryption in WAN  High-availability Fujitsu data center connections  Secure separation of customers inside the data center  Access to several customers via one partner  Secure management connection to all customer systems 25
  • 27. Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Systems Management – service modules Systems monitoring System administration Patch management Backup & restore Reporting Continuous monitoring of system conditions, 24x7 Operation and administration of servers and storage infrastructure, manned operation, 5x9 (Mon-Fri, 8-17) Security patches, error fixing, function extension and improvements Daily snapshots, retention 1 week, filesystem restore Documentation for service quality, monthly, standardized Secure deletion Delete user data, deactivate remote access and web access 26
  • 28. Concept | Offer | IT Architecture and Operation| Summary Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS27
  • 29. Customer benefits Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS  Secure and compatible infrastructure  Optimized integration effort  Test environments can be set up and tested on staging servers then moved to real-time systems when implementation is complete  No investment necessary in IT hardware  Improved service levels and quality  Standardized price model and flexible costs thanks to invoicing on a "pay-per-use" basis with extremely short delivery times  Reduced costs and administration thanks to an extremely high degree of standardization and automation  Support from a reliable and experienced IT infrastructure provider 28
  • 30. “Pure Form” Cloud Computing will be rare Helping enterprises making a wise choice about their IT architecture IT will not become 100% as-a-service There is a need for delivery flexibility  Products and services  Packaged solutions  Managed infrastructures  Infrastructure as-a-service Customers decide which IT delivery model is best for each project  Depending on their particular needs, means and skills Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS29INTERNAL USE ONLYINTERNAL USE ONLY
  • 31. Infrastructure Solutions Managed Infrastructure Infrastructure as a Service Infrastructure Products Dynamic Infrastructures means the choice is yours! Dynamic Infrastructures are reflecting IT delivery models ranging from traditional HW purchase with own operations to buying (and paying) as you use service from the cloud Purchasing Buy the infrastructure Buy set of pretested solution components Contract Service based on SLA Buy the service Business model Pay for devices and maintenance Pay for Solution and its integration Pay based on KPI for SLA Pay according to usage Access Corporate network Corporate network Corporate network /internet Internet Technology Dedicated, static, not shared Dedicated, inhouse shared Dedicated, flexible Client-capability, scalable, elastic, dynamic 30 Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  • 32. MULŢUMESC! Copyright 2009 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS31

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