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  • How to Get Hybrid Clouds Right the First Time David S. Linthicum [email_address] www.bluemountainlabs.com
  • Blue Mountain Labs
  • The Promise of Hybrid Cloud On site Hosted Public Source: HP
  • Hybrid Cloud: Making the Migration Source: Magic
  • Approaches
    • Replication and Migration
      • Moving Code
      • Moving Data
    • Interface Abstraction
      • Behavior
      • Data
      • Process
    • Extending Virtualized Environments
  • However:
    • This is another complex distributed architecture.
    • There are bandwidth limitations that hinder the architecture.
    • Most advanced, product-oriented solutions, are just emerging.
    • ROI is all over the place.
  • Local data center (small, dedicated) Remote cloud (large, pay per use) Dynamic Workload User requests User requests Workload factoring
    • HYBRID CLOUDS
    Source: NEC The Target Value
  • Current Patterns: Primitive Hybrid Architectures Public Cloud Private Cloud API/Services Migration Interoperability Public Cloud Private Cloud
  • Best: Cloud Abstraction Private Cloud B Public Cloud C Private Cloud A Abstraction Layer (Composite)
  • Emerging Hybrid Cloud Architectural Patterns
    • Static Placement
    • Assisted Replication
    • Auto Migration
    • Dynamic Migration
  • Static Placement Bind to Platform - Difficult or impossible to dynamically port or migrate. - Little or no use of standards. - Typically older platforms mixed with cloud platforms. - Little use of abstraction. Public Cloud Data Data Private Cloud Internet Data Data Services/API
  • Assisted Replication - Code port and/or interface compatibility. - Some use of standards. - Typically new platforms that are code/service compatible. - Limited use of abstraction. Public Cloud Data Data Private Cloud Internet Data Data Services/API
  • Auto Migration - Auto code/VM migration and/or interface compatibility. - Some use of standards. - Virtualization, code, and data levels. - Some use of abstraction. Public Cloud Data Data Private Cloud Internet Data Data Services/API
  • Dynamic Migration Public Cloud Data Data Private Cloud Internet Data Data Services/API - Dynamic VM migration within single logical OS. - Logical and physical abstraction. - Some use of standards. - Hybrid cloud operating systems. OS
  • Runtime Governance Repository Logs Policies Policies Monitoring
  • We Need Cloud Abstraction! Private Cloud B Public Cloud C Private Cloud A Common Interface Cloud Management
  • Define Information Data Data Core Physical and Logical Models
  • Define Services Services Data Data Core Physical and Logical Models Core Services
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  • Define Processes Services Data Data Core Physical and Logical Models Core Services Core Processes
  • Map to the Proper Architecture
    • Static Placement
    • Assisted Replication
    • Auto Migration
    • Dynamic Migration
    Services Data Data
  • Select Technology Solution
    • Static Placement
    • Assisted Replication
    • Auto Migration
    • Dynamic Migration
  • Don’t Forget
    • The security model is systemic to all of this.
    • The governance model is systemic to all of this.
    • Rigorous testing is critical for success here.
  • thanks! Q & A David S. Linthicum [email_address]