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  • 1. Cloud Computing Rethink IT. Reinvent Business. Don Boulia Director, Private Cloud and Application Infrastructure1
  • 2. IBM capabilities built to transform business Cloud. Rethink IT. Reinvent Business.2
  • 3. Cloud computing allows companies to rethink IT and reinvent the way they do business Reinvent Business • Faster time to market for new services • Increased focus on differentiated processes • Meet changing customer expectations, direct access to technology Transformation Efficiency Rethink IT • Rapidly deliver services • Integrate services across cloud environments • Increase efficiency Economics of Computing are Changing3
  • 4. 4 Cloud computing is a new model for consuming and delivering IT capabilities  Consuming Cloud Services – Faster time to market for new services – Focus on differentiated value  Building and Connecting Clouds – Increased efficiency and utilization of existing infrastructure – Rapid and agile delivery of new services
  • 5. Consuming Cloud Services – Smarter CommerceSocial Business Real-time Analytics Enable new interactions  Web analytics Facilitate collaboration  Predictive analytics Collaborative development Sentiment analysis  Social analyticsOptimized Supply Chain Science of marketing Supply chain visibility  Define messages and Optimize inventory & order automate management campaigns Apply insights to align supply  Optimize search results with demand  Customized Web experiences Supply Chain Visibility
  • 6. 6 Consuming Cloud Services – IBM SmartCloud Two tiers of service optimized for cloud delivery requirements and economics Rapid access, multi-tenant solution Robust multi-tenant solution, including scaled and priced based on usage. managed production services. Workloads Ideal for developing and deploying new Ideal for migration of traditional and higher application designs availability applications Operating system Linux, Windows Windows, Linux, AIX Management level Self service with advanced premium support Fully managed from infrastructure to application Availability 99.5% 99.9% Security Virtual and some physical isolation Multiple levels of isolation Software usage Bring your own / pay as you go / free developer use IBM provides operating system and tool licenses Pricing Hourly usage-based with reserved options Monthly usage-based and fixed contract
  • 7. 7 Building and Connecting Clouds Workload Deployment Models are evolving Consolidation & Virtualization Standardization & Automation Individual Shared Virtualized Integrated Middleware Platform Deployment Hardware Applications & Image Management Application App App App App App App App App App MW MW MW MW MW Management Middleware Integrated Middleware Platform OS OS OS OS OS Operating System Image Shared Hardware Shared Infrastructure Hardware Shared Infrastructure Benefits Benefits  Increased utilization of infrastructure  Standardized middleware  Location independent deployment  Increased utilization of software  Improved deployment speed  Simplified applications Challenges Challenges management  Low hardware  Building images utilization  Image proliferation  Heavily  Governance of changes customized  Creation of composite applications infrastructure  Connectivity to legacy and off premises applications
  • 8. 8 Building and Connecting Clouds WebSphere Private Cloud Capabilities Virtual Images Workload and Pre-built Virtual Images for Topology Patterns Key WebSphere Middleware Deploy and Manage Workloads Application and Workload Data Integration Management Integrate Cloud & Dynamically Manage On-premise Virtualized Application Applications Environments Elastic Caching Data virtualization for key middleware workloads
  • 9. 9 Virtual Images Pre-built Virtual Images for Key WebSphere Middleware Optimizes delivery and maintenance of WebSphere middleware for virtualized environments  Rapid configuration and deployment of middleware in virtualized environments Hypervisor Editions of:  Integrated delivery of maintenance WebSphere MQ for middleware virtual images WebSphere Message Broker WebSphere Application  Support for multiple virtual Server environments such as x86, Power and WebSphere Process Server WebSphere Portal Server System z IBM DB2
  • 10. Workload and Topology PatternsDeploy and Manage Workloads in On-Premise Clouds Efficiently deploy and manage new, Workloads & innovative applications and Patterns services in a private cloud Collect and Dispense Web App Database Rapidly deploy optimized Images Deployed and Managed middleware into the cloud with pre- Workloads configured workload patterns WAS Portal Dynamically scale application DB2 MQ resources to meet business goals Efficiently manage cloud workloads IBM Workload Deployer V3 based on IBM middleware
  • 11. Workload ManagementDynamically Manage Virtualized Application Environments Consolidate application servers and maximize utilization while monitoring application health for cost-savings and enhanced productivity Prioritize and manage application workloads in virtualized environments Increase application resiliency and availability to preempt outages Change application footprints WebSphere Virtual Enterprise V7 automatically based on demand with dynamic workload management
  • 12. Elastic CachingData virtualization for key middleware workloads Realize improved ROI and TCO by processing billions of transactions per day with cost efficiency and near-linear scalability Boost scalability, availability, and performance Accelerate and offload your ESB and connectivity solutions with service response caching WebSphere DataPower XC10 Remove data bottlenecks with drop- Appliance V2 in elastic caching for simple data solutions
  • 13. Application and Data IntegrationIntegrate Cloud & On-premise Applications in Days Connect cloud and on-premise applications within days to achieve the lowest cost and highest returns Connects Hybrid World of Cloud and On-Premise Applications In Days on your investment in cloudRapid, Efficient Development with Pre-built Template Integration Processes (TIPs) for the most common integration scenariosUp to 80% lower costs vs. hand-coding alternatives; Low monthly subscription pricing WebSphere Cast IronUnmatched flexibility — can be deployed as Cloud Integration an appliance, virtual appliance or integration- as-a-service
  • 14. 14 Cloud computing is delivering real value for clients Workload and Topology and Topology Workload Application and Data Data Application and Patterns Patterns Integration Integration Optimized data center, Integrated CRM and reduced provisioning ERP systems with on- time for applications premise solution • Reduced provisioning time • 50% time savings in from 3 weeks to 18 hours processing complex orders • 13x-15x faster time to market • Projected 370% first year • Save $3M -$4M in alternative ROI configuration costs • Estimated savings of $75M over 5 years IBM WebSphere Hypervisor IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Editions Integration WebSphere Cloudburst Appliance
  • 15. 15 An evolution of standards for cloud Cloud Standards Customer Council On April 7, 2011 industry leaders form Cloud Standards Customer Council hosted by the Object Management Group (OMG) to deliver on the promise of open cloud computing! Join today: http://www.cloudcustomercouncil.org Over 45 companies signed up at launch – the largest in OMG history! Cloud Computing Cloud architecture at The Open Group (TOG) DMTF Open Virtualization Format (OVF) Business agility DMTF Cloud Management WG (IAAS APIs) Service BPMN, SBVR, OASIS Cloud Identity Management TC Rise of the orientation RIF, … Dawn of the world wide web application server WS*, WS-I, SCA, HTTP, HTML, WSFL, Java, Java EE, BPEL, SAML, XLANG, REST… XML, XML Schema, XACML … SOAP, WSDL, UML, Web2.0, ...
  • 16. 16 Building and Connecting Clouds Key Announcements Virtual Images Workload and WebSphere MQ HyperVisor Topology Patterns Edition IBM Workload Deployer V3 Application and Workload Data Integration Management WebSphere WebSphere Virtual Cast Iron Live Enterprise V7 Elastic Caching DataPower XC10 Appliance V2
  • 17. Demonstration - IBM Workload Deployer Development Test Design Deployment
  • 18. Q&A Panel on WebSphere, BPM, and CloudDon BouliaDirector, Private Cloud and Application InfrastructureJerry CuomoIBM Fellow, Vice President WebSphere, CTOPhil GilbertVice President, Business Process and Decision ManagementRob HighIBM Fellow, BPO Foundation Chief Architect
  • 19. IBM Uniquely Helps Customers Transform to Grow Business Integration and Optimization New Delivery Models: Software Capabilities Mobile, Cloud, Appliances Strong Partner Ecosystem Industry Accelerators, Frameworks, SolutionsService Offerings andRoadmaps World Class R&D, Labs, Innovation Centers, and Developer CommunitiesBusiness StrategyConsulting, Methodologyand Process Expertise Workload Optimized Systems Mentoring and Skills Development Customer Advocacy Groups, User Groups University Initiatives and Innovative Learning Platforms Thought Leadership in Associations, Technology, Standards
  • 20. 20 Thank You
  • 21. Analyst Session Presentation Agenda – Monday, April 11thTime Presenter Topic12:15 - 12:45 pm Marie Wieck Helping Clients Transform for Growth Introduction, business strategy, divisional top-level points, revalidation from Impact Key Note. Momentum/update with results, investments, competitive differentiation. Customer validation.12:45 - 1:15 pm Beth Smith New Capabilities for the Agile Enterprise New product capabilities that enable IT organizations to address todays requirements for agility, integration and scalability. WebSphere product directions, key product announcements for Application Infrastructure, Connectivity, and Business Process.1:15 – 1:30 pm Marie Wieck and Beth Smith Joint Q&A1:30 - 2:00 pm Break2:00 - 2:30 pm Robert LeBlanc Cloud Update Update on overall IBM Cloud story and strategy. Highlighting new function of application and database deployment capabilities, image management, and cloud capabilities built on SOA.2:30 - 3:15 pm Jerry Cuomo, Phil Gilbert, Rob Q&A on WebSphere, BPM, and Cloud High3:15 - 3:30 pm Break Transition to Exec 1:1s; Impact Breakouts3:30 - 5:00 pm AIM Executives Exec 1:1s6:30 – 9:00 pm AIM Executives Analyst Reception

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