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Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world
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Convergence - the real solution in a cloudy world

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Confused how you can offer a cloud service to your customers? Unsure where to begin? HP will describe how you can create your own environment based on industry standard building blocks. HP …

Confused how you can offer a cloud service to your customers? Unsure where to begin? HP will describe how you can create your own environment based on industry standard building blocks. HP BladeSystem can deliver massive consolidation and cost saving benefits, with pay back demonstrable in just 3 months in many real life situations.

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  • Private/shared, publicEither way, we remove the complexityBuy it from us, don’t build your ownLeverage across clients, balance out through service providersBuy as a service, enterprise services – if you don’t want to manage yoOptimize service in house or outsourced  The same portal, same platform & same applications urself
  • Key pointsThere are a number of things private cloud needs to deliver. In general, self-service deliver, security, metering & chargeback – HP is well positioned on these today. HP is investing to go beyond those base capabilities to add instant scalability, mission-critical availability, optimization for business apps & open integration -- these are key HP differentiatorsHP has a more complete portfolio than any one in the industryBut customers are concerned about speed & complexity – today’s announcements take this head on. NotesWith private cloud combines the advantages of public cloud with the security , transparency and control of internal IT. Net net, private cloud should deliver on demand service delivery with one person, one portal, one minute.Here are some of the key things that a private cloud needs to deliver Self service delivery on demand – this is the most fundamental element of cloud computing Single governance & security model – private cloud needs to be well managed to minimize business risk Automated metering & chargeback – clouds need to be capable of billing, even if enterprises don’t always implement that out of the gate Instant scalability with mission critical availability – An area of differentiation for HP since we have the ability to build private clouds for many different levels of availability Optimized for business applications – this is perhaps the biggest difference between private & public clouds – most public clouds today are not designed to support a typical business application which is composed of many different components. Private clouds need templates & pre-built services that address all of the components of a service. Another differentiator for HP Open integration & extensibility – to avoid ‘cloud sprawl’ there needs to be an easy way to extend clouds and integrate them with the rest of enterprise IT. Another differentiator. HP is well positioned to deliver on every element of this today. We have a more complete portfolio than anyone else in the industry. But there’s more. Customers are worried that building private clouds will take too long and will be too complicated. HP can absolutely address these issues better than anyone else and today’s announcement extends that capability.
  • Executive notes:I mentioned that BladeSystem Matrix is the most obvious and easiest onramp to Private Cloud in the industry but what did I mean by this. Well much of what you need to implement a Private Cloud comes ‘right out the box’ with Matrix. In the future we see this extended to public cloud, as well. This includesA Self Service PortalA Service Catalog of infrastructure deployment best practices that is partner and customer extensibleThe resource pool itself with compute, storage, networking resourcesAutomated infrastructure provisioning that delivers the service in minute not months.And Capacity planning and management tools to keep the resources and services healthy and optimized.With this you can see we have provided the bulk of what is needed for a Private Cloud. A BladeSystem Matrix customer need only to use the Matrix Cloud APIs to integrate approval flows, billing/chargeback, etc in thus implementing their own private cloudKey points:Matrix includes a Self-service Portal, from where users can pick from a service catalog a service (note: the service catalog can be easily created within Matrix), Resource pools are checked and allocated, and the service gets delivered. Once the service is up running Matrix will optimize the environment and perform capacity planning and other management tasks as needed. The request can be delivered in minutes!!! Matrix includes a cloud API (as of version 6.0), which allows a lot of additional integration capabilities customers want to do on the path to a private cloud. That combined with workflow customization via the embedded Orchestration Operations allows customization of additional process, e.g. the approval process or post provisioning processes. Sound bites: Matrix is the foundation of your Private Cloud solution. Additional information:Cloud API background information: Web service SOAP APIs allowing customers and partners to integrate infrastructure orchestration capabilitiesIt allows for example the following operations: CatalogList, import, exportServiceList, Get, Create, Delete, Activate, Deactivation, Power On/OffRequestsList, Get, Approve, Reject, Continue, CancelEtc. Note: We have submitted these Cloud APIs to the DMTF Cloud IncubatorNigel Cook wrote some blogs regarding the Cloud API integration use cases:Charge back integration: http://www.communities.hp.com/online/blogs/eyeonblades/archive/2010/02/21/integrating-bladesystem-matrix-into-a-chargeback-or-billing-system.aspxMulti-tenancy rules engine for identity-based allocation / placement decisions: http://www.communities.hp.com/online/blogs/eyeonblades/archive/2010/04/06/customizing-bladesystem-matrix-allocation-rules-engine-for-multi-tenancy-solutions.aspx
  • Executive notes:I mentioned that BladeSystem Matrix is the most obvious and easiest onramp to Private Cloud in the industry but what did I mean by this. Well much of what you need to implement a Private Cloud comes ‘right out the box’ with Matrix. In the future we see this extended to public cloud, as well. This includesA Self Service PortalA Service Catalog of infrastructure deployment best practices that is partner and customer extensibleThe resource pool itself with compute, storage, networking resourcesAutomated infrastructure provisioning that delivers the service in minute not months.And Capacity planning and management tools to keep the resources and services healthy and optimized.With this you can see we have provided the bulk of what is needed for a Private Cloud. A BladeSystem Matrix customer need only to use the Matrix Cloud APIs to integrate approval flows, billing/chargeback, etc in thus implementing their own private cloudKey points:Matrix includes a Self-service Portal, from where users can pick from a service catalog a service (note: the service catalog can be easily created within Matrix), Resource pools are checked and allocated, and the service gets delivered. Once the service is up running Matrix will optimize the environment and perform capacity planning and other management tasks as needed. The request can be delivered in minutes!!! Matrix includes a cloud API (as of version 6.0), which allows a lot of additional integration capabilities customers want to do on the path to a private cloud. That combined with workflow customization via the embedded Orchestration Operations allows customization of additional process, e.g. the approval process or post provisioning processes. Sound bites: Matrix is the foundation of your Private Cloud solution. Additional information:Cloud API background information: Web service SOAP APIs allowing customers and partners to integrate infrastructure orchestration capabilitiesIt allows for example the following operations: CatalogList, import, exportServiceList, Get, Create, Delete, Activate, Deactivation, Power On/OffRequestsList, Get, Approve, Reject, Continue, CancelEtc. Note: We have submitted these Cloud APIs to the DMTF Cloud IncubatorNigel Cook wrote some blogs regarding the Cloud API integration use cases:Charge back integration: http://www.communities.hp.com/online/blogs/eyeonblades/archive/2010/02/21/integrating-bladesystem-matrix-into-a-chargeback-or-billing-system.aspxMulti-tenancy rules engine for identity-based allocation / placement decisions: http://www.communities.hp.com/online/blogs/eyeonblades/archive/2010/04/06/customizing-bladesystem-matrix-allocation-rules-engine-for-multi-tenancy-solutions.aspx
  • Key pointsOne touch application provisioning and Monitoring in minutes instead of monthsUse the same Matrix designer and the same self-service portal for infrastructure and applicationsIncludes Server Automation and SiteScope in one easy to buy packageNotesHP is expanding the Cloud capabilities of BladeSystem Matrix allowing for one touch application Provisioning and Monitoring in minutes instead of month. We do this via our new “Cloud Service Automation for Matrix” offering.Simply stated – CSA for Matrix is about the applications.  It gives customers the ability to use the same Matrix template designer to include the applications with the infrastructure and to provision those applications from the same Matrix self service portal that they use for provisioning infrastructure, allowing BladeSystem Matrix to automatically deploy the applications automatically deploy and configure application monitoring in addition CSA for Matrix will maintain application compliance and can even update the application as new patches and releases to the application are releasedThe net result is The full application including infrastructure is deployed in minutes vs monthsApplication provisioning time is reduced by up to 80%Compliance management time is reduced by up to 75% -- including patching for full infrastructure & applications More detailed background:Cloud Service Automation for Matrix includes the licenses and integration for HP Server Automation and HP SiteScope allowing BladeSystem MatrixFor example, with CSA for Matrix a user is able to select a service from the Matrix self service portal like an Microsoft Exchange service and press the ‘go’ button and Matrix will deploy the infrastructure (networks, storage, servers, VMs and OS images) an then install and configure Microsoft Exchange itself and then deploy and configure Sitescope to monitor the Exchange Service.
  • Common storage catalog for both server & storage administrators – one pool, one portal, one set of access controlsOur next release of Matrix further simplifies storage deployment and administration by creating a common storage catalog through integration with HP StorageWorks Storage Provisioning Manager. We do that in an evolutionary way without breaking existing processes – very much comparable what we have done with Virtual Connect in the networking space. A catalog of storage is populated by the storage administrator and used to select storage for the roll out of a service.  The default storage for Matrix is HP Storage and the first products supported are HP EVA and XP storage which provide advanced high availability features for storage including multi-site failover.   In the future HP will extend Storage Provisioning Manager to more of the HP storage portfolio. This will enable advanced storage services such as Automated Tiering for cost effective placement and access to data, Modular scaling of the storage environment with scale-out storage services, Scalable File Storage to Multiple Petabytes  and HP StoreOnce Data Deduplication to be a feature of  HP BladeSystem Matrix.  Because of the open architecture of HP BladeSystem Matrix almost any Storage products can be integrated with  BladeSytem Matrix but more manual steps are required and the level of integration of storage services provided will be diminished.Additional DetailsStorage Provisioning Manager provides a service orientation to storage management. It performs automated provisioning of HP storage products within the Insight Dynamics and Matrix environments.  Storage resources can be populated into a storage catalog, categorized according to intended use, and then provisioned by matching storage needs to the available resources.  Storage admins no longer have to manually respond to users’ requests. They now manage the policies and allow automation to act.Matrix v6.2 introduces a common storage provisioning interface for both the server and storage administrators. It provides a consistent view of storage pools, making it easier for server admin to request storage and populate storage pools, while allowing the storage admin to retain control of process and permissions. Server admins have increased visibility to changes initiated by storage admin. (Side note: in the last release of Matrix we added storage tagging capabilities – the ability to define within Matrix for a specific workload which storage tier it should use. You can save up to 50% through storage tiering.)
  • More cost-effective disaster recovery with ability to recover physical servers as VM’s. Uniquely selects P or V based on what resources are available. Done via integration with Continuous Access BladeSystem Matrix includes cost effective disaster recovery capabilities. Everyone wants a DR plan but many can not afford it so they only implement it for a few applications Matrix now can recover a physical blade to a VMware virtual server, and a VMware virtual server to a physical blade. Matrix recovery policies can allow for server at the primary site to be dynamically recovered to either a physical blade or VMware virtual server at the recovery site. This is unique in the industry. This can now also be done over continental distances with the HP EVA as well as the existing metro support for EVA storage, in addition to the existing XP storage support for both levels of distance.Disaster RecoveryMatrix already recovers physical blades to physical blades, and VMware virtual servers to VMware virtual servers, with integration with EVA and XP Continuous Access replicated storage at the recovery site. Matrix 6.2 adds recovery of a physical blade to a VMware virtual server, and VMware virtual server to physical blade, with continued integration into the HP EVA and XP replicated storage. It allows for dynamic recovery to EITHER the physical or VMware virtual server resource at the recovery site, based on business design and available resources. This allows for both cost savings for planned recovery from multiple physical blades to a single virtual machine environment, as well as increased availability by ensuring that the recovery will be successful by automatically finding secondary recovery server resources.Note – Portable Images create a “hardened view” of the logical server to allow for it’s deployment to either a physical or virtual source. This capability is the enabling technology behind the p2v2p feature for recovery.
  • Key pointsHP Cloud Maps are an easy-to-use navigation system to help customers build their own service catalogCloud Maps extend the concept of Matrix templates and include sizers, deployment scripts, and moreCloud Maps leverage over 15 years of HP IP in architecting environments for SAP, Oracle, etcNotesHP Cloud Maps accelerate automation of business applications Matrix so you can reliably and consistently fast track the implementation of service catalogs. Saves days or weeks of time architecting infrastructure for applications and services. Ensures that every time you implement an environment, it’s consistentEach Cloud Map contains one or more of the following: Deployment scripts, Workflows, Tested and proven best practice templates , Sizers, and WhitepapersCloud Map components are developed by HP experts with partner input for the rapid deployment of infrastructure for applications like Oracle RAC, Microsoft Exchange and many others. This leverages HP’s extensive intellectual property built up over 15 years of architecting environmentsCloud Maps extend the concept we’ve previously talked about with Matrix templates – now include broader set of resources. We may evolve over time to other solutions beyond Matrix. More Background information on Cloud Maps:We are launching new Cloud Maps for MS Office Communications Server and an infrastructure oriented Cloud Map for VMware “Redwood” which will be show cased at Vmworld. Matrix & Redwood expand and contract number of VM hosts and running vApps in each resource pool:Accelerates initial set up of VMware vCloud Director infrastructureAdds VM hosts and VMs as needed based on business demandOptimizes sharing of the resources across resources poolsWith CSA for Matrix we offer complete application life-cycle management with online patching and compliance management for this environment as well. Q: Are Cloud Maps only for BladeSystem Matrix?      The Cloud Maps available today are all based on HP BladeSystem Matrix since it provides the foundation for private cloud environments. In the future, HP may provide Cloud Maps that do not require BladeSystem Matrix. Q: Cloud Maps is not a service, is that correct?Correct Cloud Maps is not a service. Cloud Maps are the tools customer needs to build a service catalog themselves. Our service organization uses the Cloud Maps as part of services they offer, as that expedites for them as well to deliver faster a service catalog for our customers.
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  • Key pointsCloudStart is the industry’s most complete, turnkey private cloud solution.Delivers an environment that matches public cloud within 30 daysHP provides all the services need to get this set up, so customers can focus on business value, not integration and technology selection.NotesWithin 30 days, IT can deliver to their users an environment that matches what they get if they go to a public cloud like Amazon EC2, but deliver that with the control and security of internal IT. So, within 30 days after hardware installation, users canRequest a compute service via a portal Have service provided immediatelyUse the service without worrying about security, management, etcScale or cancel the serviceGet a regular report on consumption or chargebackUsers can be IT developers, or even business users. HP CloudStart empowers businesses to deliver pay-per-use services reliably and securely from a common portal, and offers the ability to scale and deploy new services automatically. Access to consumption and chargeback reports in real time allows clients to operate their private cloud in the same fashion as a public cloud. HP provides all the services need to get this set up, so customers can focus on business value, not integration and technology selection. At the end of 30 Days Customers have a cloud infrastructure of server, storage and network resources and a set of services ready to roll out to their users.  
  • Key pointsFixed price for up to 4 compute servicesIncludes infrastructure based on Matrix as well as the professional services to get the compute service up & runningIncludes delivery of core cloud functionality that can be extended to other cloud servicesNotesNow lets look at under the covers of Cloud Start Solution: It is basically fixed price and scope for services, hardware and software, ready for use 30 days after HW installation and start-up and delivers end to end cloud compute service experience, delivering up to 4 compute services (Windows & Linux, small and medium)What does it include? Set of services providing true cloud user experience: Initially launching this for ‘compute service’ HP is providing true cloud experience to users. It includes the planning, the implementation of the compute services, and other cloud functionality like backup, security and chargeback. Importantly, this cloud functionality can be extended to other services as an environment grows. Delivery of these services from pooled, shared, efficient cloud-enabled platform – BladeSystem Matrix: Matrix is the backbone of the cloud, providing the core self-service portal, the infrastructure provisioning and capacity optimization. Since Matrix is already integrated by design, it’s easy to build services right away.Application lifecycle: CloudStart can easily integrate application provisioning and monitoring through the addition of CSA for Matrix – more on that in a minute. The whole solution is integrated by HP experts. Our experts start from customer needs while providing workshop and planning services to define cloud computing needs, pricing and functionality options for our customers….This solution is unique in the industry – no one else has all the ingredients to pull this off.
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    • 1. Convergence<br />The real solution in a <br />cloudy world<br />Michael HarpurHP UK Server Strategy<br />HP Confidential<br />
    • 2. Service Requested<br />Service Delivered<br />Agenda<br />What is a cloud ?<br />How can I it be used ?<br />How can HP help ?<br />
    • 3. So what cloud are <br />you talking about<br />
    • 4. Cloud computing defined<br />“Cloud computing is a style of computing where scalable and elastic IT-enabled capabilities are delivered as a service to external customers using Internet technologies”<br />Source: Gartner, Inc. “Cloud Computing Key Initiative Overview” by David Cearley, February 5, 2010<br /><ul><li>Service based
    • 5. Scalable and elastic
    • 6. Shared
    • 7. Metered by use
    • 8. Delivered via internet technologies</li></li></ul><li>Gartner Hype Cycle<br />Emerging Teechnologies<br />Extensible<br />customized to meet your changing needs<br /><ul><li> Comprehensive private cloud consulting services
    • 9. Extensible architecture to adapt to business demands
    • 10. Leverages HP Converged Infrastructure
    • 11. Ideal foundation for cloud to establish repeatable, standardized infrastructure and platform services
    • 12. One touch infrastructure to applications provisioning and management
    • 13. Built on industry leading Converged Infrastructure
    • 14. Delivered by HP experts</li></li></ul><li>Gartner Hype Cycle<br />Emerging Technologies<br />Extensible<br />customized to meet your changing needs<br /><ul><li> Comprehensive private cloud consulting services
    • 15. Extensible architecture to adapt to business demands
    • 16. Leverages HP Converged Infrastructure
    • 17. Ideal foundation for cloud to establish repeatable, standardized infrastructure and platform services
    • 18. One touch infrastructure to applications provisioning and management
    • 19. Built on industry leading Converged Infrastructure
    • 20. Delivered by HP experts</li></li></ul><li>Technology-enabled services<br />Enable innovation<br />Become more agile<br />Improve TCO<br />Technology-enabled services drive outcome that matter<br />Business Strategy<br />Business Outcomes<br />
    • 21. IT’s job is to source and govern services that result in the right business outcome<br />Cloud services<br />IT organizationinternal service provider<br />Business outcomes<br />Accelerate growth <br />Service portfolio<br />Hosted, managed services<br />Lower costs<br />Service Delivered<br />ServiceSourced<br />Mitigate risk<br />Internal services<br />Internal services as <br />virtual resource pools<br />
    • 22. Hybrid Cloud Services <br />SERVICE PROVIDER<br />External data center resource pool<br />ENTERPRISE<br />Customer’s data center resource pool<br />Self-service portal<br />Service request<br />Service <br />request<br /><ul><li> Optimized service in-house or outsourced
    • 23. The same portal, same platform, same process, same applications</li></ul>HP Restricted - HP & Partner Internal Use; Customer Viewable under NDA. Subject to change without notice.<br />
    • 24. Service Requested<br />Service Delivered<br />Agenda<br />What is a cloud ?<br />How can I it be used ?<br />How can HP help ?<br />
    • 25. Why bother with cloud ?<br />11<br />
    • 26. What a private cloud should deliver<br />On-demand service delivery<br />Self-service delivery on-demand<br />Single governance and security model<br />Automated metering and chargeback <br />Instant scalability with mission-critical availability <br />Optimized for business applications<br />Open 3rd-party integration and extensibility<br />
    • 27. Matrix<br />Software<br />HP Cloud offeringsIn a nutshell<br />Hardware<br />Services<br />3<br />CHASM<br />2<br />1<br />Cloud<br />Framework<br />
    • 28. vCloud<br />Catalog<br />HP CSA<br />Catalog<br />Software<br />Software<br />Hardware<br />Hardware<br />Matrix<br />Services<br />Services<br />IT Operations<br />IT Operations<br />HP Cloud<br />out-of-the box offerings you can get going now<br />IT Resource<br />Consumers<br />IT Resource<br />Consumers<br />1<br />2<br />
    • 29. vCloud <br />Catalog<br />Software<br />Hardware<br />Services<br />IT Operations<br />Site 1<br />Site 2<br />HP Layer Cake <br />The Unbeatable vCloud platform<br />IT Resource<br />Consumers<br />
    • 30. vCloud<br />Catalog<br />HP CSA<br />Catalog<br />IT Resource<br />Consumers<br />Software<br />Software<br />Hardware<br />Hardware<br />Matrix<br />Services<br />Services<br />IT Operations<br />IT Operations<br />1<br />HP Cloud<br />out-of-the box offerings you can get going now<br />IT Resource<br />Consumers<br />2<br />
    • 31. HP BladeSystem Matrix: The Foundation for your Private Cloud<br />MatrixService Catalog<br />MatrixResource Pool<br />HP-UX<br />Windows<br />Linux<br />Personalize your Cloud<br /><ul><li> Billing/chargeback
    • 32. Approval flows
    • 33. Other processes</li></ul>HP Converged Infrastructure<br />MatrixCloud APIs<br />MatrixCloud APIs<br />MatrixSelf Service Portal<br />MatrixService Delivery<br />MatrixCapacity & Management<br />HP Restricted - HP & Partner Internal Use; Customer Viewable under NDA. Subject to change without notice.<br />17<br />
    • 34. HP BladeSystem Matrix: The Foundation for your Private Cloud<br />New for Matrix in Q4 2010:<br />One touch infrastructure to application provisioning and monitoring<br />Simplified storage provisioning with HP EVA and XP disk arrays<br />More cost effective disaster recovery (physical to virtual) with HP StorageWorks Continuous Access for EVA and XP<br />Service Catalog<br />Resource Pool<br />~<br />HP-UX<br />Windows<br />Linux<br />HP Converged Infrastructure<br />MatrixCloud APIs<br />Self Service Portal<br />Service Delivery<br />Capacity & Management<br />New HP Cloud Maps accelerate automation of business applications<br />18<br />HP Restricted - HP & Partner Internal Use; Customer Viewable under NDA. Subject to change without notice.<br />
    • 35. NEWS<br />HP Cloud Service Automation for Matrix<br />One-touch infrastructure to application provisioning and monitoring <br />Initiate<br />HP BladeSystem Matrix<br />New Cloud Service Automation for Matrix<br />Provision infrastructure<br />Server Automation<br />SiteScope<br />Monitor applications <br />Provision application<br />One service designer and one self-service portal<br />Provision in minutes not months<br />Reduce application provisioning time up to 80% (1)<br />Reduce compliance management time up to 75% (2)<br />Simplified packaging for easier deployment<br />ExpertROI® SPOTLIGHT Sponsored by HP, The Business Value of HP Business Service Automation (BSA) Solutions, #10C6069, June 2010<br />HP Customers Reveal Real-life Benefits of Automation, Dimensional Research<br />
    • 36. NEWS<br />Streamlined storage pool management<br />withStorage Provisioning Manager for Matrix<br />Faster application deployment with simplified storage provisioning<br />Storage Manager pre-provisions storage<br />Server Manager selects storage as needed<br />Common Storage Catalog<br /><ul><li>One portal
    • 37. One pool, ready to go
    • 38. One set of access control rules</li></ul>Supports both Integrity and ProLiant<br />
    • 39. NEWS<br />Flexible Dynamic Disaster Recovery<br />With Insight Dynamics recovery management<br />Cost-effective disaster recovery withphysical to virtual recovery<br />HP Continuous Access storage replication<br /><ul><li>Automatically select physical or virtual based on availability
    • 40. Replication across continental distances for EVA (new) and XP</li></li></ul><li>Accelerate automation of business applications<br />HP Cloud Maps <br />Navigate the steps to create a service catalog yourself, quickly & consistently<br />Easy to import into Matrix and integrate into your environment<br />Workflows<br />Deployment scripts <br />Sizers<br />Best practice templates<br />Whitepapers<br /><ul><li>NEW: MS Office Communications Server 2007 R2
    • 41. NEW: VMware “Redwood” (available 10/10)</li></li></ul><li>Delivering the the data center of the future today<br />Flexfabric<br />matrix<br />Common Modular Infrastructure<br />Servers<br />storage<br />Sea of Sensors<br />Virtual Connect<br />Common Management<br />Business Technology Optimization Software<br />Bto Software<br />Value Add Services<br />Value add services<br />23<br />
    • 42. Service Requested<br />Service Delivered<br />Agenda<br />What is a cloud ?<br />How can I it be used ?<br />How can HP help ?<br />
    • 43. HP Balanced Performance<br />‘Harnessing the X86 Rocket’<br />Gordon Earle Moore is the co-founder and Chairman Emeritus of Intel Corporation<br />Published in an article 19 April 1965 in Electronics Magazine; Moore's law describes a long-term trend in the history of computing hardware. This is that the number of transistors that can be placed inexpensively on an integrated circuit has doubled approximately every two years. Thus the performance will either double or the price will half every 18 months.<br />
    • 44. DL980 G7 <br /> (Intel X7560 2.26GHz 8 x 8-Core) <br />99,320 SAPS<br />SAPS 2010 Scale-Up<br />SAP 6.0 EP4 with Unicode <br />DL580 G7 <br /> (Intel X7560 2.26GHz 4 x 8-Core) <br />57,020 SAPS<br />BL685c G7 <br />(AMD 6174 2.2GHz  4 x 12-Core) <br />47,420 SAPS<br />
    • 45. FlexFabricCNA<br />HP Converged Cloud approach<br />The mathematics are straightforward<br />HP VC FlexFabric server edge<br />Convergence<br />Connection = 2 parts<br />95% less enclosure networking hardware<br />65% lower interconnect and adapter costs<br />40% lower networking power and cooling costs<br />PLUS. . .less to install, less firmware, less management etc<br />Traditional blade server edge<br />Outcome<br />Connection = 40 parts<br />
    • 46. Extreme Simplification, Redefining Network Connectivity <br />Use up to 95% fewer components and cables to connect servers to LANs and SANs and no FCoE licenses <br />Virtual Connect FlexFabric<br />UCS<br />Nexus 4000<br />Virtual Fabric<br />2<br />38<br />32<br />32<br />2 parts<br />0 cables<br />0 FCoE licenses<br />22 parts<br />16 cables<br />0 FCoE licenses<br />18 parts<br />12 cables<br />2 FCoE licenses<br />18 parts<br />0 cables<br />14 FCoE license<br />VC FlexFabric and UCS – components for 16 server blades<br />Nexus 4000 and IBM Virtual Fabric – components for 14 server blades<br />
    • 47. Service Requested<br />Service Delivered<br />HP CloudStart solution<br />Industry’s most complete, turnkey private cloud solutions<br />From bare floor to private cloud within 30 days, users can: <br />Request a compute service via a portal <br />Have service provided immediately<br />Use the service without worrying about security, management, etc<br />Scale or cancel the service<br />Get a regular report on consumption or chargeback<br />* Based on typical duration time after hardware and software installation as well as consulting service terms and conditions<br />
    • 48. HP CloudStart: an integrated solution<br />Delivered by HP experts<br />Implementation services with common cloud functionality:<br /><ul><li>Planning and service definition
    • 49. Compute service implementation
    • 50. Tiered backup policies
    • 51. Security policies
    • 52. Chargeback and reporting</li></ul>CloudStart: fixed price for up to4 compute services<br />Application lifecycle: Cloud Service Automation for Matrix*<br /><ul><li>Application provisioning
    • 53. Application monitoring</li></ul>Infrastructure: BladeSystem Matrix<br /><ul><li>Self-service portal
    • 54. Infrastructure provisioning
    • 55. Capacity optimization
    • 56. Integrated by design</li></ul>* For additional fee<br />
    • 57. Service Requested<br />Service Delivered<br />Agenda<br />What is a cloud ?<br />How can I it be used ?<br />How can HP help ?<br />
    • 58. Q&A<br />Photo Copyright 2008 iStock International Inc. <br />

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