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    Künftige Datacenter Trends_Hans-Dieter Wehle_IBM Symposium 2013 Künftige Datacenter Trends_Hans-Dieter Wehle_IBM Symposium 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • © 2013 IBM CorporationThe Future ofCloud Enabled Data CenterHans-Dieter WehleDistinguished IT Specialist for IT Infrastructure & CloudLuzern, 7.5.2013
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationAgenda• Market Trends• IT Challenges• Cloud Enabled Data Center• Technical Overview of Data Center Trends• Manage your Dynamic Data Center• What is SmartCloud Orchestrator?• TOSCA - Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications• The OpenStack Foundation• Customer Use Cases• Summary2
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation* Source: IBM CEO StudyMarket trends & Business drivers – ObservationsSignificant pressure on client lines of business toCreate new business by employing mobile and social channels and Analytics – Systems of EngagementIntegrate with transactional Systems – Systems of RecordEmergence of new, highly iterative models to deliver customer interactionNew models of software development, Standardized, fit-for-purpose, open source components
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationInfrastructureWe have lots of tools, to manage isolatedautomation tasksBut getting everything coordinated is challengingand takes a lot of timeOperationsReleasing a new application in production is a lotmore then creating a virtual machine.I need to link different tools, people, departments. Ittakes weeks.BusinessI need to react quickly to market demand. IT isnot fast enough to support my strategy and isslowing down innovationDevelopmentI need to accelerate delivery and improvefeedback between development and production.The IT Challenges
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationKey Capabilities Extended ValueVirtualization Optimization + Get Maximum value out of virtualizedenvironment.Cloud Enabled Data Center +Enable Infrastructure Agility andAutomate cross domain service deliveryacross your entire data centerDevOps +Accelerate application updates to respondfaster to stakeholder demands andcompetitive threatsVirtualizationunderpins CloudIBM SmartCloud Enterprise+(Winterthur)Key Cloud PlaysAs enterprises move beyond virtualization to higher value stages of Cloud. Having CloudManagement is critical to their success.
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationCloud Enabled Data Center services helps• business users who...• are tired of IT complexity... want to accelerate the delivery of business applications• want to build a private cloud or using public clouds• are service providers selling “cloud services”• operation, infrastructure directors who...• are required to “do more with less” and need more automation• need to simplifly, standardize IT.• want to avoid vendor lock-in (i.e. VMWare) and are interested in OpenStack.
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationRepresents the aggregate experience from hundredsof cloud client engagements and IBM-hosted cloudimplementations•Based on knowledge of IBM’s services,software & system experiences, including IBM ResearchReflected in the design of•Clouds IBM implements for clients•IBM-hosted cloud services•IBM cloud appliances•IBM cloud productsFocuses on cloud specifics•Radical cost reduction•Achievement of high degrees of security, reliability,scalability and controlThe IBM Cloud Computing Reference Architecture (CCRA)GovernanceSecurity, Resiliency, Performance & ConsumabilityCloud ServiceCreatorCloud ServiceConsumerCloud Service ProviderCommon CloudManagement Platform (CCMP)OperationalSupportServices(OSS)Cloud ServicesInfrastructure-as-a-ServicePlatform-as-a-ServiceSoftware-as-a-ServiceBusiness-Process-as-a-ServiceBusinessSupportServices(BSS)CloudServiceIntegrationToolsConsumerIn-house ITServiceCreationToolsInfrastructureExisting & 3rd partyservices, PartnerEcosystemsCCRA 3.0Common Reference Architecture FoundationCommon Reference Architecture FoundationCloud-enableddata center /building IaaSCloud-enableddata center /building IaaSPlatformServicesPlatformServicesCloud ServiceProviderCloud ServiceProviderBuilding SaaSBuilding SaaS
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation• 11 Cloud Labs in USA, Europe, China, India, Korea, Japan, South Africa, Brazil, Hong Kong and Singapore• 9 Cloud Centers WW which deliver IBM SmartCloud Enterprise Services e.g. Winterthur (CH)• 27 Data Centers where LotusLive delivery• 7 Data Centers, for IBM-internal Cloud Computing Development –Research Compute Cloud, Analytics, Tivoli Development Cloud, and Server Power Development Cloud• 9 Security Operation Centers WW for Managed Security Services• 55 Locations WW, for Smart Cloud Backup ServicesVietnamSilicon ValleyCaliforniaIrelandBrazil South AfricaIndiaJapanS. KoreaSingaporeChinaRaleighNCCloudResearchEhningen / BoeblingenGermanyBoulderToronto, ONCanadaFranceSpainEnglandHong KongAustraliaIBM SmartCloud EnterpriseIBM Smart Cloud Managed Backup (not all listed)WinterthurSwitzerlandIBM’s global and local Cloud Enabled Data Center ServicesIBM Cloud Labs
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationIBM SmartCloud ServicesSoftware as a Service (SaaS)......Managementand supportSecurityAvailability andperformanceInfrastructureplatformPaymentand billingEnterprise (Selfservice IaaS)Enterprise+ (Managed IaaS)Customerdata centerManaged private cloudIBM local DCHosted private cloudIBM Mega DCShared cloud servicesApplicationResourcesApplicationEnvironmentsApplicationManagementIntegrationApplication Services (PaaS)ApplicationLifecyclePure Systems
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationIBM SmartCloud Enterprise+ - Swiss Cloud ImplementationEnables private/hybrid cloudservice delivery and managementCloud EnablementTechnologiesSecure and scalable cloudmanaged services platformManaged CloudServicesPre-built Cloud SaaS businessapplications and solutionsCloud Business SolutionsBusiness Process as a ServiceSoftware as a ServiceDeployDesign ConsumePlatform as a ServiceInfrastructure as a ServiceSwiss Cloud Datacenter(Winterthur; going live with first clients July 2013)Swiss Cloud based on Swiss Legal Requirements>70% of Swiss clients prefer data in CHData in Switzerland onlyOffers PaaS solutions;such as SmartCloud for SAP ApplicationsProvisioning within hoursHigh Security and AvailabilityCertifications such as ISO 27001, SSAE16
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationBusiness Process as a ServiceSoftware as a ServicePlatform as a ServiceIBM SmartCloud Enterprise+ - Swiss Cloud ImplementationFor Clients, it means self-service configuration and accessibility to automated services,flexible sourcing option and increased focus on scale and price,all from a central repository, the Web
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationIBM SmartCloud Enterprise+ - Swiss Cloud delivering businessvalue to clientsStandardization of application,infrastructure configurationsand process flowsVirtualization of physicalresourcesAutomation of complex andtime consuming processesSecurity and AvailabilityIBM Swiss SmartCloud Enterprise+ provide: enabled by:Enterprise ready cloud infrastructureSelf-service capabilitiesSourcing optionsEconomies-of-scaleRapid provisioningFlexible pricingIntegrated ITIL processesFlexible access of High-End Computing,Storage & BackupHigh Security and AvailabilityCertifications such as ISO 27001, SSAE16
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationOrchestrationEngineNetworkDomainStorageDomainITManagementMonitoringDomainDataAvailabilityDomainComputeDomainMonitoringIT AssetManagementServiceDeskStorageDomain ChangeManagementProvision PatternProvision PatternNetworkDomainWorkload OrchestrationWorkload aware placement, optimizationand operationResource OrchestrationOnboard, provision, manage CPU, Storageand NetworkService OrchestrationManage the lifecycle of businessapplicationsDBAppWebManage your Dynamic Data CenterIntegration Layer for Private Cloud and Smart Cloud Enterprise
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationWhy do clients need an Orchestrator ?Automated Customers are looking for end to end automation of cloud service delivery toachieve greater returns. Provisioning play a key role, but is just one of manysteps that must be automatedStandardized Deliver “services”: repeatable process, controlled, simplified consumption,auditableFlexible Each customer has unique requirements to integrate with existing data centerprocesses and tools.
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationInfrastructure-as-a-Service(IaaS)VMware Power VMKVMHyper_VXenNetwork Storage SCETechnical Overview of Data Center TrendsMulti tierApplicationUnified Pattern &Image Management Dev ToolsMonitorBackup &RestoreSecurityComplianceTOSCAOrchestrationService CatalogService Catalog
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationAn open and scalablecloud platformAn easy to use orchestration enginefor cloud service automationA rich set of ready to useautomation packagesA marketplace for automationpackages sharing and re-useWhat is SmartCloud Orchestrator?Open Service LifecycleCollaboration
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationDeclarative Model to describe the ITInfrastructure (Software > Hardware)- Orchestration- Portability- Operational Methods- Service Relationship- Application CompositionN1N2 N3N4Structural ModelBuild PlanManagement PlansService TemplateTOSCAIntegrating DevOps with Model-Driven Cloud Management
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationGraphically compose the application topologySample UIworkflow
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationOpenStack is a global collaboration of developers & cloud computing technologists working toproduce an ubiquitous Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) open source cloud computing platformfor public & private clouds.The OpenStack Foundation is Open for BusinessPlatinum Sponsors Gold Sponsorshttp://openstack.orgOpenStack Compute (core)Provision and manage large networks of virtual machinesOpenStack Object Store (core)Create petabytes of secure, reliable storage using standard HWOpenStack Dashboard (core)Enables administrators and users to access & provision cloud-based resources through a self-service portal.30 UGs2600 Individuals47 UGs5600+IndividualsExponential growth in participationAPR2012AsofJAN2013Asof
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationTypical Use Case – Extended Infrastructure/Platform as a Service Providero Flexible and dynamic setup of compute resources forManaged Service Providers (MSP) to extend existing “Private” Cloud EnvironmentsUse Case Req. Detail:Deliver workload optimized solutionsDetermine right workloads to moveto cloud for best ROI and productivitygainMulti-tenant, Elastic (Resources) &LifeCycleStandard-based common cloudarchitecture and foundationRequestBusiness ProcessDefinitionStatusMetering / AccountingSystem ManagementIntegration in ExistingService ManagementResource PoolCustomer AAllocationReservationCPU/RAMNetworkStorageResource PoolOS ImageCPU/RAMNetworkStorageOS ImageLocation A Location BCPU/RAMNetworkStorageOS ImageResource PoolCustomer BCPU/RAMNetworkStorageOS ImageCustomer AUserService CatalogCustomer BUserService CatalogSmart Cloud Orchestrator
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationTypical Use Case – Deploy Applications on Private or Public CloudoDeployment of Business Applications dynamically in a Private or IBM SmartCloudEnterprise environment.Use Case Req. Detail:Client wants to leverage flexible thevalues of different cloud deploymentmodels as infrastructure as well asplatform services dynamicallyOffer multiple deployment choicesOne-click deployment into IBMSmartCloud Enterprise or PrivateCloud Environments
    • © 2013 IBM CorporationSummary- Makes it easy to orchestrate and integrate a production cloud- Automates beyond the provisioning of virtual machines- Integrates tools and processes across enterprise domains- Helps to create a broader ecosystem of automation- Enables cloud-centric workloads based on event-triggeredautomation
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation23Thank You!ibm.com/smartcloud