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  • 1. Leveraging  Cloud  Compu=ng  for  Disaster   Recovery   David  S.  Linthicum,  CTO   dlinthicum@bickgroup.com   @DavidLinthicum  
  • 2. A G E N DA   •  Introduc=on  to  Cloud  Compu=ng   •  Leveraging  Cloud  Compu=ng  for  DR   •  The  Bick  Group  Approach   •  Ques=ons      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 3. Introduc=on  to  Cloud  Compu=ng      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 4. NIST defines cloud computing as a set of characteristics, delivery models, and deployment models 5 Characteristics   On-demand self-service   Ubiquitous network access 3 Delivery Models   Software as a Service   Resource pooling (SaaS)   Rapid elasticity 4 Deployment Models   Platform as a Service (PaaS)   Private Cloud   Pay per use   Infrastructure as a Service   Community Cloud (IaaS)   Public Cloud   Hybrid Cloud    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 5. T H E  "C LO U D  P Y R A M I D "   •  Describes Cloud Services Economy •  Building blocks: IaaS -> PaaS -> SaaS Google App Engine Source: GoGrid    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 6. O RGANIZING   THE  C LOUDS   Testing-as-a-Service Management/Governance-as-a-Service Application-as-a-Service Integration-as-a-Service Security-as-a-Service Process-as-a-Service Platform-as-a-Service Information-as-a-Service Database-as-a-Service Storage-as-a-Service Infrastructure-as-a-Service    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 7. W H Y  C LO U D ?   W HY   CLOUD ?   T HE   EXISTING   TRAJECTORY   IS   NOT   GOOD   $ Capability    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 8. R E L AT I V E  C O ST  C O M PA R I S O N        ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 9. U N D E RSTA N D I N G   T H E  ROI      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 10. On-­‐Premise   $1,000,000 $500,000    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 11. Cloud  Delivered      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 12. “For the cloud, we're all in.”    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 13. C LO U D  P O P U L A R I T Y =H Y P E   Source:  CA      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 14. N E E D   A  J O B ?      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 15. C R A Z Y  C LO U D  W A S H I N G      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 16. F EA R   O F  M U LT I T E N A N C Y      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 17.    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 18. Connectivity becomes more challenging than ever A “Connectivity Explosion” •  Applications, formats, APIs, protocols, standards, etc. •  Connected business partners Connectivity neither trivial nor static: •  Incompatible structures, semantics, business rules •  No mature standards •  Changes abound •  Not easy to create robust Web services interfaces Source: Pervasive Software    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 19. Data volumes increases at an explosive rate Data subject to Sarbanes-Oxley, Basel II or other governmental regulation (IDC) 2007 2008 2009 2010 1 Exabyte = 1 quintillion bytes    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 20.    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 21. C LO U D  A B ST R AC T I O N   Cloud  C   Task   Cloud  B   Rou=ng   Cloud  A      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 22. H Y B R I D  C LO U D S   Remote cloud (large, pay per use) Workload   User requests factoring   User requests Dynamic Workload Local data center (small, dedicated) 22 Source: NEC    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 23. S E C U R I T Y A N D M AT U R I T Y T O P L I S T O F CONCERNS FOR CLOUD SERVICES    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 24. C O N S I D E R  P R I VAT E  C LO U D S   “Private  Cloud  Compu6ng  is  Real  –  Get  Over  It”                                                          -­‐  Tom  Bi'man  –  Gartner      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 25. C LO U D   CO M P U T I N G   A  Fit  When:   Not A Fit When: Processes,  applica=ons,  and  data   Processes,  applica=ons,  and  data   are  largely  independent   are  largely  coupled   Points  of  integra=on  are     Points  of  integra=on  are     well  defined   not  well  defined   Lower  level  of  security  is  fine   Higher  level  of  security  is  required   Core  internal  enterprise     Core  internal  enterprise   architecture  is  healthy   architecture  needs  work   Web  is  the     The  applica=on  requires     desired  plaaorm   a  na=ve  interface   Cost  is  an  issue   Cost  is  an  issue   Applica=ons  are  new   Applica=on  is  legacy      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 26. DR  and  Cloud  Compu=ng      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 27. V A LU E   O F  C LO U D   A N D  DR   •  FIRST,  THE  COST  OF  LEVERAGING  CLOUD   COMPUTING  AS  PART  OF  YOUR  BUSINESS   CONTINUITY  STRATEGY.       –  NO  DATA  CENTER  INVESTMENT.     –  YOU  CAN  TURN  IT  ON  WHEN  NEEDED.       –  THIS  OPENS  OPPORTUNITIES  FOR  BUSINESSES   THAT  TYPICALLY  COULD  NOT  AFFORD  A  BACK-­‐ UP  CENTER.       –  THE  DOLLAR  ESTIMATE  IS  THAT  THE  COST  IS   ABOUT  A  FOURTH  THAT  OF  TRADITIONAL   BACKUP  SITES.       –  THE  TRICK  IS  TO  FIND  THE  CLOUD  COMPUTING   PROVIDER  THAT  MEETS  YOUR  DR   REQUIREMENTS.        ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 28. V A LU E   O F  C LO U D   A N D  DR   •  THE  SECOND,  IS  THE   SPEED  IN  STANDING  UP  A   SITE.       –  AGAIN,  NO  NEED  TO   PURCHASE  AND  TEST   HARDWARE   AND   SOFTWARE.     –  OVER  AND  ABOVE  THE  COST   ADVANTAGES.       –  YOU  CAN  BECOME  A  CLOUD   COMPUTING  CUSTOMER   TODAY  WITH  A  CREDIT   CARD.        ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 29. V A LU E   O F  C LO U D   A N D  DR   •  FINALLY,  THERE  IS  THE  FACT   THAT  MOST  CLOUD-­‐COMPUTING   SYSTEMS  ARE  UBIQUITOUS.       –  THUS,  IF  YOU  HAVE  ACCESS  TO  A   BROWSER  AND  THE  INTERNET,   THAN  YOU  CAN  ACCESS  YOUR   CORE  BUSINESS  SYSTEMS  AND   CONTINUE  YOUR  BUSINESS   ANYWHERE  IN  THE  WORLD.       –  THIS  IS  HANDY  CONSIDERING   THAT  MOST  DISASTERS  MEAN   EMPLOYEES  WON’T  HAVE  ACCESS   TO  THEIR  OFFICES  OR   WORKPLACES.        ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 30. Remote Cloud Workload   Management   Local data center    ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 31. M A P P I N G   A  P AT H   •  SO,  HOW  DO  YOU  MOVE   TOWARD  A  CLOUD   COMPUTING-­‐ORIENTED   DR  STRATEGY?         –  YOU  START,  AS  WITH  ANY  DR   STRATEGIES,  BY   UNDERSTANDING  THE   REQUIREMENTS,  INCLUDING   THE   RELATIVE   COST   OF   RISK.     –  FROM  THERE  YOU  CAN   ASSESS  THE  FIT  OF  A  CLOUD   COMPUTING  PROVIDER   WITHIN  THE  DR  STRATEGY.          ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 32. M A P P I N G   A  P AT H   •  YOU  ALSO  NEED  TO  CONSIDER   THE  INHERENT  RISKS.       –  YOUR  DATA  IS  BEING  PHYSICALLY   MIXED  TOGETHER  WITH  DATA   FROM  OTHER  COMPANIES,  EVEN   THOUGH  LOGICALLY  THEY  APPEAR   AS  DEDICATED  SYSTEMS.       –  AS  MANY  OF  THE  CLOUD   COMPUTING  PROVIDERS  MATURE,   THERE  MAY  BE  MORE  UPSIDES  TO   LEVERAGING  CLOUD  COMPUTING   PROVIDERS  AS  A  PART  OF  YOUR  DR   STRATEGY,  EVEN  WITH  ALL  OF  THE   DOWNSIDES  CONSIDERED   •  FOR  NOW,  THIS  IS  ANOTHER   GOOD  OPTION  FOR  DR.          ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 33. The  Bick  Approach      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 34. P AT H   TO   T H E   C LO U D S   Path  to  clouds:  start  with   the  architecture   Understand:   •  Mission  drivers   •  Informa=on  under   management   •  Exis=ng  services  under   management   •  Core  business  processes      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 35. “ A S -­‐ I S ”      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 36. “ TO   B E ”      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 37. D E P LOY      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 38. ST E P P I N G   TO   T H E   C LO U D S   1.  Access  the  mission.   11.  Create  a  governance  strategy.   2.  Access  the  culture.   12.  Create  a  security  strategy.     3.  Access  the  value.   13.  Bind  candidate  services  to  data   4.  Understand  your  data.   and  processes.   5.  Understand  your  services.   14.  Relocate  services,  processes,     6.  Understand  your  processes.   and  informa=on.       7.  Understand  the  cloud   15.  Implement  security.     resources.   16.  Implement  governance.   8.  Iden=fy  candidate  data.   17.  Implement  opera=ons.   9.  Iden=fy  candidate  services   10.  Iden=fy  candidate  processes.      ©  Bick  Group  2010  
  • 39. T H A N KS !   David  S.  Linthicum   dlinthicum@bickgroup.com   BLOGS   WEEKLY  PODCASTS   InfoWorld   Cloud  Compu=ng  Podcast   Intelligent  Enterprise     eBizq.net     COLUMNS   FOLLOW  ME   SOA  World  Magazine   on  Twioer  (@DavidLinthicum)   Cloud  Compu;ng      ©  Bick  Group  2010  

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