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  • 1. © 2013 IBM CorporationIBM SmartCloudManaging the New Era of Computing
  • 2. © 2013 IBM Corporation2 IBM ConfidentialFuels investments ininnovationDrives need for continuous IToptimizationOptimization InnovationToday’s leaders are leveraging Cloud to balance optimizing theirexisting systems with Innovation
  • 3. © 2013 IBM Corporation3Leaders are using new technology, process models and businessmodels to achieve their goalsFocus on Speed and Agility• Assemble solutions from verified softwarecomponents & services• Dev / Ops process enables fast iterativedevelopment• Fast deployment & redeployment ofinfrastructure resources using SoftwareDefined EnvironmentsSoftware DefinedEnvironmentSoftware DefinedEnvironmentCloud OperatingEnvironmentAPIEconomyAPIEconomyFocus on Operational Costs• Consolidation (solutions & infrastructure)• Operations Automation (reduce skills &risk)– Move from manual policyenforcement to analytics drivenenforcement & optimizationOptimization InnovationReduce Cost & Minimize Risk Rapidly Add Business Value
  • 4. © 2013 IBM Corporation4Evolving IaaS to a more dynamic, analytics based Software DefinedEnvironmentInfrastructureas a ServiceWorkload definition, Optimization, & OrchestrationWorkload definition, Optimization, & OrchestrationSoftwareDefinedEnvironmentSoftwareDefinedEnvironment Software DefinedComputeSoftware DefinedStorageSoftware DefinedNetworkingResource Abstraction & OptimizationCapabilityValueEmbedded analyticsWorkload-aware optimizationIntegrated security & governanceSimplified & standardized managementAgile infrastructureUnderstanding & programming workloadsOSLCWorkload definitionWorkload definition OptimizationOptimization OrchestrationOrchestrationIntegratedWorkload
  • 5. © 2013 IBM Corporation5Standardized infrastructure enables an open platformOpenStack Compute (core)OpenStack Object Store (core)OpenStack Network (core)OpenStack Dashboard (core)OpenStack Image (shared service)OpenStack Identity (shared service)Platinum Sponsors Gold SponsorsTODAY50Sponsors50Sponsors8,600+8,600+ IndividualMembers189+ Orgs
  • 6. © 2013 IBM Corporation6Multiple pattern types enable an open ecosystem• Highly automated deploymentsusing expert patterns• Business policy driven elasticity• Built for the cloud• Elastic workload managementservicesBest TCOcloud applications• Automated deployment ofmiddleware topologies• Traditional administration &management• Application & infrastructuredriven elasticityImproved TCOvirtualized applicationsStandard TCOexisting applications• Standard software installationand configuration• Images created throughextend/capture• Traditional administration andmanagement• Infrastructure driven elasticityVirtual ApplianceMetadataSoftwareapplicationOperatingsystemVirtual ApplianceVirtual ApplianceMetadataApplicationServerOperatingsystemVirtual ApplianceMetadataApplicationServerOperatingsystemVirtual ApplianceMetadataHTTPServerOperatingsystemVirtual Application PatternsVirtual System PatternsVirtual AppliancesSoftwareapplication
  • 7. © 2013 IBM Corporation7A substantial improvement in agility, flexibility and efficiency througha programmable shared infrastructureBefore Software Defined Environment Software Defined EnvironmentPhysical ServerHypervisorVM VM VM VMPhysical ServerHypervisorVM VM VM VMPhysical ServerHypervisorVM VM VM VMPhysical ServerHypervisorVM VM VM VMPhysical ServerHypervisorVM VM VM VMPhysical ServerHypervisorVM VM VM VMPhysical ServerHypervisorVM VM VM VMPhysical ServerHypervisorVM VM VM VMSoftware DefinedInfrastructureSoftware DefinedInfrastructure++++++PolicyPolicyPolicyPolicy++++++Policy & automation• Static IT deployments inhibit fast response tobusiness needs• Manual optimization and reconfiguration drivecosts up• Manual compliance checking adds tobusiness risk• Dynamic IT deployments improve response tobusiness needs on existing infrastructure• Analytic based optimization improves efficiency• Analytics based compliance checking reducessecurity exposureManual Patterns AnalyticsPolicyEnforcement
  • 8. © 2013 IBM Corporation8Achieving cost effectiveness, simplicity and scale withCloud servicesInstallation InstallationStorage StorageServers ServersConfiguration ConfigurationIntegration IntegrationMaintenance MaintenanceRuntime RuntimeData Queries Data QueriesComposition CompositionTraditionalSW packageCloud ServiceClientmanagesVendorManagesinCloudClientManagesService delivers: Installation Core configurations Infra management Automatic scaling Integration Tuning Built in security Self service Pay as you goStandardizationOPEX savings + faster time to value
  • 9. © 2013 IBM Corporation9Developer centric platform, marketplace and services in a CloudOperating EnvironmentPlatformas aServiceInfrastructureas a ServiceCloudOperatingEnvironmentCloudOperatingEnvironmentdatastoredatastore mobilemobile devdevopsopsmiddlewaremiddleware ServicesServicesTraditionalMiddleware-basedWorkloadsTraditionalMiddleware-basedWorkloadsServices & Composition PatternsServices & Composition PatternsAPI & IntegrationServicesWorkload definition, Optimization, & OrchestrationWorkload definition, Optimization, & OrchestrationSoftwareDefinedEnvironmentSoftwareDefinedEnvironment Software DefinedComputeSoftware DefinedStorageSoftware DefinedNetworkingResource Abstraction & OptimizationCapabilityValueFast, automated composition of servicesDifferentiated service plansRepeatable patterns-of-expertiseOpen ecosystem of composableservicesOptimized workload deploymentIntegration with systems of record TOSCA
  • 10. © 2013 IBM Corporation101. Create /Deploy app2. Adddatabaseservice3. Extract socialmedia data intodatabase4. Add socialanalytics service5. AddMonitoringservice instanceMinimizing complex tasks with repeatable, optimized servicecomposition and deploymentIterateTask:Create application thatanalyses sentiment aboutcertain topics in social media
  • 11. © 2013 IBM Corporation11Speeding time to market with innovative new servicesDefineInfrastructurePatternsDefineProcessModelIntegrate withInternal &External ServicesRequestServiceCreate a NewCloud ServiceCLOUD ADMIN END USERPublishServiceComposeWorkloadImport or define thestructural model of theCloud ServiceDefine images &patterns fordeployment andlifecycle mgmtImport or definethe processmodel of theCloud serviceIntegrate app data,monitoring &security withinternal & externalservicesPublish theservice in hecatalogueRequest theservice, fullyautomated, with anintuitive userinterface
  • 12. © 2013 IBM Corporation12Accessible business services available to third-party innovators viaAPI Economy and an end user empowered MarketplaceExternalEcosystemExternalEcosystemMarketplaceMarketplaceSolutionsAppAppAPIAPIAPIEconomyAPIEconomyservicesservicesAPIAPIanalyticsanalyticsAPIAPIcommercecommerceAPIAPIcollaborationcollaborationAPIAPIlocationlocationAPIAPIdatadataAPIAPIAPIAPISoftwareas aServicePlatformas aServiceInfrastructureas a ServiceCloudOperatingEnvironmentCloudOperatingEnvironmentdatastoredatastore mobilemobile devdevopsopsmiddlewaremiddleware ServicesServicesTraditionalMiddleware-basedWorkloadsTraditionalMiddleware-basedWorkloadsServices & Composition PatternsServices & Composition PatternsAPI & IntegrationServicesWorkload definition, Optimization, & OrchestrationWorkload definition, Optimization, & OrchestrationSoftwareDefinedEnvironmentSoftwareDefinedEnvironment Software DefinedComputeSoftware DefinedStorageSoftware DefinedNetworkingResource Abstraction & OptimizationCapabilityValueRapid application development & deliveryAPI-accessible applicationsMulti-channel integrationComposition of servicesMarketplace of internal &external servicesOAuth
  • 13. © 2013 IBM Corporation13IBM SmartCloud capabilities in tune with our clients needs to deliverrapid valueExternalEcosystemExternalEcosystemMarketplaceMarketplace SolutionsAppAppAPIAPIAPIEconomyAPIEconomyservicesservicesAPIAPIanalyticsanalyticsAPIAPIcommercecommerceAPIAPIcollaborationcollaborationAPIAPIlocationlocationAPIAPIdatadataAPIAPIAPIAPISoftwareas aServicePlatformas aServiceInfrastructureas a ServiceCloudOperatingEnvironmentCloudOperatingEnvironmentdatastoredatastore mobilemobile devdevopsopsmiddlewaremiddleware ServicesServicesTraditionalMiddleware-basedWorkloadsTraditionalMiddleware-basedWorkloadsServices & Composition PatternsServices & Composition PatternsAPI & IntegrationServicesWorkload definition, Optimization, & OrchestrationWorkload definition, Optimization, & OrchestrationSoftwareDefinedEnvironmentSoftwareDefinedEnvironmentSoftware DefinedComputeSoftware DefinedStorageSoftware DefinedNetworkingResource Abstraction & OptimizationAnalytics Commerce CollaborationIBM Marketing CenterIBM Digital AnalyticsIBM Sterling B2BCollaborationIBM Emptoris Spend AnalysisIBM DemandTec PriceOptimizationIBM SmartCloud for SmarterCommerceIBM SmartCloud EngageIBM Intelligent WaterIBM Smarter WorkforceOptimized Workload Deployment Integration withSystems of RecordIBM Application PatternsIBM SmartCloud Continuous DeliveryIBM SmartCloud OrchestratorIBM PureApplication SystemIBM Cast Iron Cloud IntegrationEmbedded Analytics Workload-awareOptimizationIntegrated SecurityIBM PureFlex SystemIBM SmartCloud Monitoring IBM SmartCloud SecurityIBM SmartCloud Storage IBM SmartCloud EntryIBM SmartCloud Cost ManagementIBM DataPower Integration
  • 14. © 2013 IBM Corporation14IBM Next Generation Hybrid ArchitecturesA next era open architecture is fundamental to your cloud journey
  • 15. © 2013 IBM Corporation15So are those key 9 steps that many of our clients shared with us ..1. Assemble your (cloud consumer) decision team2. Develop business case and an enterprise cloud strategy3. Select cloud deployment model(s)4. Select cloud service model(s)5. Determine who will develop, test and deploy the cloud services6. Develop a proof-of-concept before moving to production7. Integrate cloud solution(s) with existing enterprise services8. Develop and manage Service Level Agreements (SLA)9. Manage the cloud environment
  • 16. © 2013 IBM Corporation16Get Started TodayLearn & engageopenstack.org cloud-council.org bit.ly/10GCW7nibm.co/10huGZV ibm.co/10tE3HaTOSCAibm.co/10GTW4yTake a test drive !Project ICAPTechnology PreviewProject ICAPTechnology PreviewIBM SmartCloudOrchestratorIBM SmartCloudOrchestratorSmartCloud MonitoringApplication Insight
  • 17. © 2013 IBM Corporation17