Transforming Delivery of Applications to Users

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Current realities standing in the way of Cloud and Transforming Delivery of Applications to Users

Current realities standing in the way of Cloud and Transforming Delivery of Applications to Users

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  • HP Converged Cloud is the industry’s first hybrid delivery approach and portfolio based on a common architecture spanning traditional IT, private, managed and public clouds. Engineered for the enterprise, HP’s Converged Cloud extends the power of the cloud across infrastructure, applications and information and provides customers with: Choice through an open, standards-based approach supporting multiple hypervisors, operating systems, development environments, heterogeneous infrastructure and an extensible partner ecosystemConfidence through a management and security offering that spans information, applications and infrastructureConsistency through a single common architecture, portability across models, and one consumption experience.
  • Cloud represents a huge disruption, which means it also represents a huge opportunity, but along with it, come a few trends that allow us to align our solutions to customer problems. With cloud, application workloads are going to be virtualized. By the end of this year, half the enterprise workloads in private, public, and independent clouds will be running in a hypervisor. By the end of 2014, Tom Bittman of Gartner says that over two-thirds are going to be running in a hypervisor. A lot of the adoption of cloud has to do with the adoption of mobile. These two things are very closely linked. Two problems that we can solve. Today, Gartner says that one percent of smartphones are consuming 50 percent of mobile data. With cloud, customers expect speed without compromise. The one big challenge that we are going to focus on is the fact that delivering a new application takes over just 3 months. This is a problem. That is not speed without compromise.
  • Cloud represents a huge disruption, which means it also represents a huge opportunity, but along with it, come a few trends that allow us to align our solutions to customer problems. With cloud, application workloads are going to be virtualized. By the end of this year, half the enterprise workloads in private, public, and independent clouds will be running in a hypervisor. By the end of 2014, Tom Bittman of Gartner says that over two-thirds are going to be running in a hypervisor. A lot of the adoption of cloud has to do with the adoption of mobile. These two things are very closely linked. Two problems that we can solve. Today, Gartner says that one percent of smartphones are consuming 50 percent of mobile data. With cloud, customers expect speed without compromise. The one big challenge that we are going to focus on is the fact that delivering a new application takes over just 3 months. This is a problem. That is not speed without compromise.
  • 1 error occurs every 1,000 command … 8-32 errors …
  • Application indifferentForwarding packets in a void without context of the seemingly infinite and constantly changing set of applications and devices Rigid, physical networkArchitected for one tenant, one type of user, one type of location, one class of application and one SLA; lacking programmability and inhibiting scaleManual managementManaged device-by-device with either complex CLI and scripting or multiple management apps; set and forgotten
  • Application indifferentForwarding packets in a void without context of the seemingly infinite and constantly changing set of applications and devices Rigid, physical networkArchitected for one tenant, one type of user, one type of location, one class of application and one SLA; lacking programmability and inhibiting scaleManual managementManaged device-by-device with either complex CLI and scripting or multiple management apps; set and forgotten
  • Application/VM Server OptimizationFrees up to 40% of server resources60% increase in VM guest densityAccelerating applications up to 3X Business Continuity/DR Workload Mobility Reduces 5 Gbyte VM over vMotion moves from 20 min to 38 secsOnly solution for long-distance vMotion (over 100 ms of latency) Windows Server guest vMotion event across a 622 Mbps link with 40 milliseconds of round-trip time and zero packet loss, which would normally take more than five minutes to complete. With BIG-IP WAN Optimization Manager it takes less than 30 seconds  MSFT Exchange 2010Reduce download times for end usersEliminate SPAM (up to 70%)Secures from network/protocol-level attacksIncrease administrator efficiency (up to 33%)

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  • 1. Transforming Delivery ofApplications to UsersJohn GrayGlobal Data Center Solution Manager
  • 2. HP Converged CloudHybrid delivery based on common architecture across traditional & all cloud models Choice • Open…standards-based across all delivery models • Heterogeneous…hypervisors, development, infrastructure • Extensible…partner ecosystem INFORMATION Confidence APPLICATIONS • Security…across info, apps, infrastructure, delivery models INFRASTRUCTURE • Management …end to end • Automation…for cloud based architectures & processesTraditional Public Cloud Consistency Private Cloud • Common architecture…across all delivery models Managed Cloud • Portability…for flexibility & optimization • Consumption experience…one simple model2 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 3. Cloud Application Delivery Expectations Over Over Over 50% 3 months 70% Workloads will be To deploy a new Of downtime is caused virtualized by the end application from data by mis-configuration of 2012 center to user PRIVATE, PUBLIC AND COMPLEXITY OF THE DEPENDENCY ON INDEPENDENT CLOUDS INFRASTRUCTURE COMMAND-LINE INTERFACE3 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 4. Server Guy Network Guy = Network workloads connection networks mapped to a workload… x86 server … application virtualization Across L2/3 networks -> 1,000’s CLI commands… ? well understood, wide adoption, strong tools/solutions etc … Days / weeks of4 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. configuration time effort
  • 5. Current realities standing in the way of Cloud68% percent of organizations cite application reliability andperformance as the most important factor for cloud computing.IDG Report, “Global Cloud Computing Adoption: Transformation is in the Air,” 2011"Through 2015, 80% of outages impacting mission-critical services will be caused bypeople and process issues, and more than 50% of those outages will be caused bychange/configuration/release integration and hand-off issues."Gartner - Ronni J. Colville and George SpaffordConfiguration Management for Virtual and Cloud Infrastructures)5 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 6. Legacy Networks Can’t Meet Cloud Expectations Application Impossible to identify applications and user behaviors and Indifferent meet diverse SLAs Rigid, Physical Architected for one tenant, user type and location type with device-dependent Networks provisioning inhibiting scale and lacking programmability Manual Slow to respond to new application requirements and Management hampered by manual errors6 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 7. Introducing Virtual Application NetworksDelivering New Cloud Network Functionality Extend the cloud from the data center to user in campus and branch locations Tune the physical network to meet delivery requirements of applications Reduce time to deploy cloud applications from weeks to minutes7 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 8. Creating Virtual Application NetworksIMC Virtual Application Networks Manager Module Virtual Application Networks • Characterize Applications • Virtualize the Network • Automate Orchestration8 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 9. Virtual Application Networks9 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 10. Enable Cloud with Virtual Application NetworksDelivering New Applications in Minutes versus Weeks Tune network to the application delivery requirements Virtualize the network end-to-end, from application to user Enable IT to manage the network with policies rather than CLI, scripts Single pane-of-glass management for the physical and virtual network Ensure choice with open, standards-based approach10 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 11. Why Virtual Application Networks matter! Faster Time Availability 10-100x Minutes 99.999% Application-centric What previously took Simplified, secure deployment days, weeks or provisioning backed by months HP service/support Simplified, template Dramatically improving Ensuring business and driven, repeatable cloud time to service, revenue application continuity provision model11 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 12. Thank you© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.