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Jan Jackman Cloud as a Platform for Business Innovation and Growth

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  • 1. Cloud as a Platform for Business Innovation and Growth © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 2. The next chapter for cloud computing Flexibility and agility: Low cost and high speed: Simplicity and ease of use: New business Operational Dexterity IT without value boundaries To fulfill its potential as the next evolution of enterprise IT, cloud computing promises to become much more than an enabler of IT efficiencies. It promises to become a driver of business transformation, 2 innovation and growth © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 3. IBM’s next generation service delivery platform was built to enablebusiness transformation, innovation, and growth Business Services Platform Infrastructure Secure, ubiquitous access Management, Security Availability and Technology Payment and support and and isolation performance platform billing deployment Client portal Enterprise Users Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise data center data center A B A B Private cloud Managed Hosted private Shared cloud Public cloud private cloud cloud services services 3 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 4. Cloud Service Models have foundational components … Business Application Industry Solutions Services Application Lifecycle Application Services Management Workload Services IntegrationOperations Support System Optimization Security 4 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 5. The IBM enterprise-class service delivery platform will offer two tiers – optimizing 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 Fully managed support 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 contract5 5 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 6. Unprecedented choice and control translate into capabilitiescustomized to your needs and priorities.Whether you’re deploying a simple web application… Management, Support and Hardware Hypervisor Operating Middleware Application Process Deployment System Security and Isolation Security Logical Integrated Dedicated Client Location Policies and Physical Backup Connection Dexterity and Services Isolation and Recovery from Data Center Availability and Performance Rapid High-End SLA SLA Provisioning Scalability 99.5% 99.9% Time Technology Platform x86 Tiered Power Linux Windows AIX VMWare KVM Storage Payment and Billing Pay as Pay as Managed You Go: You Go: Service Hourly Monthly Options 6 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 7. Unprecedented choice and control translate into capabilitiescustomized to your needs and priorities. …an ordering logistics system… Management, Support and Hardware Hypervisor Operating Middleware Application Process Deployment System Security and Isolation Security Logical Integrated Dedicated Client Location Policies and Physical Backup Connection Dexterity and Services Isolation and Recovery from Data Center Availability and Performance Rapid High-End SLA SLA Provisioning Scalability 99.5% 99.9% Time Technology Platform x86 Tiered Power Linux Windows AIX VMWare KVM Storage Payment and Billing Pay as Pay as Managed You Go: You Go: Service Hourly Monthly Options17 7 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 8. IBM Smart Cloud - Foundation for Value-Add Services and Applications Application, ISV other partner ecosystems IBM Delivered Anchor Industry Ecosystem Other IBM / SaaS Solutions Enablers ISV Plats Services Platform ISVs ISVs ISVs Common Cloud Management Platform Cloud Reference Architecture 8 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 9. IBM Smart Cloud helps our clients address key workloads Application development Self-service Collaboration & Unified Support Communications Security Storage Partners Partners Customers Customers Finance and Supply chain administration Employees Employees Enterprise Resource Desktop and Planning devices Customer relationship Mobile management enhancement 9 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 10. Transforming application development processes through cloud enabled platform services Project Requirement Design Development Test Deployment Production Initiation Analysis Defects loaded in Rational Quality Manager and tracked through application life cycle Maintain Application Virtualization Defect Analysis Code Analysis & Reporting Mobile Device Testing Performance Testing Services Workload Portability Testing SolutionsCommunity of Partners Application Virtualization Testing on Devices 10 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 11. IBM Converged Communications ServicesDesign and deployment for private Unified Communications cloudLeverage IBM expertise to implement a UC IBM Private UC Cloud Solutionsolution on private cloud or IBM Smart Cloud - IBM TechnologyEnterprise+ Partner’s Software Management and Telephony Connections Management & Quickr Provisioning Phone Domino Presence & Notes IBM Servers Unified Sametime Web IBM BladeCenter  Security-rich, flexible private cloud solution Messaging Conferencing IBM Systems Director for mission critical UC applications Enterprise Sametime IBM Storage Telephony Data Center Network  Combines IBM hardware, software and services with technology partner’s IBM Services software Lotus  Helps reduce cost and complexity of clients managing collaboration tools Web- browser Softphone Mobile/ Desk Conf erence CPE Smart phones phones Equipment phones 11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 12. Differentiated Smart Business Desktop Cloud ServicesSmart Business Desktop Smart Business on the Desktop Cloud Cloud (IBM hosted or on-premise managed) Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise Key Desktop Cloud Data Center Data Center Shared Multi- Investment Managed Private Tenant Cloud Private cloud Cloud Areas IBM Operated Hosting Center Geo expansion of Enterprise owned and Desktop on the IBM operated Cloud Desktop on the IBM Cloud Generally available globally  Generally Available: – US, Canada, EMEA, Japan App Sharing Suite of architectures for  IBM owned assets, hosted (Op Ex) Personalization full end-user coverage  VDI with multi-tenant scaling & storage VDI (Citrix, VMware) Storage optimization  Windows 7 support Application sharing – Citrix  Thin Mobile (iPad) support Network optimization Streaming OS – Wyse Next releases Mobile Device Linux Desktop – Virtual Bridges  GEO Expansion ( CEEMA, LA), Tiered Pricing, BP enablement Enablement (AG, NE, SW), Standardized IBM Assessment and Network, Planning services for virtual desktops.  AP & LA , Disaster Recovery, XenApp Integration, GTS Implementation VM Health Reporting , Personalization , Storage services or Strategic Optimization Outsourcing 12 12 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 13. IBM security portfolio… solutions to meet clients’ needs 13 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 14. Hosted vulnerability managementStreamline security vulnerability management and manage compliance deliveredin the cloud  Helps manage compliance with security initiatives by scanning for and classifying vulnerabilities  Provides remediation steps and data to assess and manage security risks to help reduce threat exposure  Helps reduce cost and complexity of security maintenance through IBM cloud security services 14 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 15. End-State Vision for SAP ManagementConsolidated View & Management Enterprise needs ... through a single window with full ... delivering service management in met... management capabilities... private, public & third party environmentsFinance & Accounting Users • Usage accounting • Auditing and controls SAP Users • Provisioning • Cloning • Refreshing. Security Users• Information security mgmt.• Access management Dedicated Private Cloud • Self service portal Hosted by IBM Business • Dashboards Users • Reporting • Services Catalog • VM Provisioning • Provisioning • Image Management • Decommissioning • Service Management On Premise IBM Cloudburst IBM Tivoli 15 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 16. SAP Managed Application ServicesInnovative Automation for Optimizing SAP Environment •Catalog of Standard SAP base images •Automated Cloud SAP system provisioning •Automated SAP refreshes •Cloud based SAP cloning •Automated post clone processing Services Before After Install of DB2/Oracle 1 day 12 min DB Admin Maintain Database Libraries ½ day 8 min Clone Database 2-3 days 20 – 180 min Unix Admin Install of Operating System 1 day 30 – 60 min Prepare Upgrade / SAP Basis 2-3 days ~ 40 – 200 min Provide SAP System SAP Basis Add additional Application Server 1 day 10 min SAP Basis SAP Systems Refresh 1-4 days ½ - 3 min 16 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 17. Team-IBM – Delivering Value for Clients Worldwide Cloud Assessment & Planning IBM SAP Development & Demos ECC CRM BW XI/PI SM/SLD SOA SCM SRM EP MDM MISC Cloud Client Non-Production Systems ECC CRM BW XI/PI SM/SLD ECC SCM SRM EP MDM MISC BW ECC CRM BW XI/PI SM/SLD ECC SCM SRM EP MDM MISC BW Client Production Systems ECC CRM BW XI/PI SM/SLD ECC SCM SRM EP MDM MISC BW 1/19/2011 Tivoli Service Automation Manager Service Service Design Subscri ption Service Delivery Service Operatio ns Service Activati MAC GBS AMS on Demo Prep Realize Test Go Live & Support SAP on IBM Smart Cloud Life Cycle-as-a-Service17 17 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 18. WebSphere Cast Iron Integration Integrate Cloud and On-Premise Applications in Days Cloud Applications Cloud Applications On-premise Applications Flexible Rapid Comprehensive Configuration, not coding Multi-tenant IBM Cast Iron Cloud UI Mashups Virtual appliances (VMware) Process Integration Physical appliances (IBM) Data Migration18 © 2011 IBM Corporation18
  • 19. WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud Integration Connects Hybrid W orld of Cloud and On-Premise Applications In Days © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 20. Proven Results - Integrate in Days Cloud Offering Customer Scenario Duration Sales Cloud – SQL DW 10 Days 360* View of Customers Custom Custom Cloud - PeopleSoft Cloud 8 Days Billing and Invoice Integration Sales Cloud & Chatter – SAP Customer and Sales Order 14 Days Integration Netsuite, CRM 20 Days Opportunity to order sync Oracle CRM On Demand, EBS Real-time order and invoice 10 Days visibility Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, Force.com - Jeeves 21 Days Order to Shipment © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 21. CohesiveFTCraig HeimarkChairperson-CEOCohesiveFT © 2011 IBM Corporation
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  • 23. 47% - Microsoft 24% - McKinseyFaster and Easier 23 23
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  • 25. Better image quality?? Faster and Easier 25 25
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  • 27. Today 27 27
  • 28. “I nternal Cloud” “External Cloud” SharedInfrastructure “I nternal Hosting” “External Hosting” DedicatedInfrastructure 85% On Premises Off Premises 28 28
  • 29. “I nternal Cloud” “External Cloud” SharedInfrastructure 11% <1% “I nternal Hosting” “External Hosting” DedicatedInfrastructure 85% 4% On Premises Off Premises 29 29
  • 30. “I nternal Cloud” “External Cloud” SharedInfrastructure ~40% ~30% “I nternal Hosting” “External Hosting” DedicatedInfrastructure <25% <5% On Premises Off Premises 30 30
  • 31. “I nternal Cloud” “External Cloud” Externalize Shared Standardize (flexibility & Virtualize 2Infrastructure (cost benefits* ) Benefits) 1 * Typically 50% cost Dedicated reduction from sharedInfrastructure infra On Premises Off Premises 31 31
  • 32. “I nternal Cloud” “External Cloud” Private Cloud Public Cloud 1 SharedInfrastructure Agile Public Cloud 2 Data Center Public Cloud 3 DedicatedInfrastructure On Premises Off Premises 32 32
  • 33. CFT’s solution CFT’s Secure Application Container transforms a labor intensive, sequential migration into an automated,“Internal Hosting” “Internal Cloud” “External Cloud” ?exible, parallel process <25% ~40% ~30% Data Data Private Private Public Public Center Center Cloud Cloud Cloud Cloud Data Data Private Private Public Public Center Center Cloud Cloud Cloud Cloud A virtualization and migration platform is essential to accomplishing their goal 33 33
  • 34. How do we do that? 34 34
  • 35. Interoperate Migrate3535
  • 36. Developer OperationCoders s sCreate Assemble Maintains 36 36
  • 37. Server assembly like hardwareElastic Server Platform 37 37
  • 38. Build from components just like your would from HP or Dell... 38 38
  • 39. Assemble Allows choice at every level Open Source Components Commercial Source Components Proprietary Source Components Multiple Operating Systems 39
  • 40. Assemble Assemble Upload your own proprietary or licensed ISV component Capture Operating Instructions 40
  • 41. Manage Save Bill of Material as a template Rebuild button -allows “remanufacturing” for patch mgmt -allows “remanufacturing” for migrations or heterogeneous deployment Bill of Materials 41
  • 42. Overlay Network VPN-Cubed provides a security perimeter for your IT infrastructure inside the cloud… …across multiple clouds… Control − your security perimeter − your IP address space …and between your − your protocols physical data center and − your topology your cloud deployment. 42 42
  • 43. Cross-could overlay network in action Three clouds – one network EC2 Rackspace Terremark 43 43
  • 44. I want to control my own network addresses 44 44
  • 45. Can’t I use my existing data center NOC? 45 45
  • 46. WHY CFT? 46 46
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  • 50. WHY IBM? 50 50
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  • 53. R&D 53 53
  • 54. Thank Youcraig.heimark@cohesiveft.com 54 54
  • 55. Next generation Service Delivery Platform Flexibility and agility: Low cost and high speed: Simplicity and ease of use: New business Operational Dexterity IT without value boundariesNext Generation combination of Technology, Service Delivery Platform, Expertise and Proven Experience help our Clients implement Advanced Cloud Deployments Toronto, ON London England Ehningen Seoul Boulder Canada Dublin Beijing S. Korea Cloud Germany CO Ireland China Research Silicon Valley Madrid Aubervillers Hanoi Tokyo Raleigh France Vietnam Japan California Spain Hong Kong NC Bangalore India Singapore Capetown South Africa Sydney IBM Cloud Labs São Paulo Johannesburg Australia Brazil IBM Smart Business Cloud South Africa IBM Managed Backup Cloud – IPS (not all listed) 55 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 56. 56 56 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 57. Critical Cloud service components… Business Services Business Application Services Industry Solutions Platform APaaS Collaboration Analytics Application Developer & Tester Collaboration Development Automation Life-cycle Traceability Lifecycle Process Application & Data Identity Management Spillover/Failover Integration Integration Integration Integration Integration Services Elastic application Elastic Application Workload & Dynamic Workload Fine-grained SLA runtimes Resources Topology Patterns Management Enforcement IPaaS App Health Mgmt Continuously Multi-tenant Workload & Data Mobility & Self-Healing Available Apps Applications Infrastructure Service Quality Image Service Service Service OSS Management Management Automation Mgmt Operations Mgmt Asset Mgmt Heterogeneous Workload Optimized Workload Virtualized Compute, Power Optim ization Platform Management Acceleration Placement Network, Storage Management Service Tenant Identity Intrusion Data Security Management Isolation Management Detection Protection 57 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 58. Cloud Service models require foundational components… Collaboration Analytics Collaborate and interact with Business analytics and insight people and processes in the delivered via the cloud cloudVirtualized Workloads Implementation Elastic Resources ManagedDelivery of integrated and Business Services Services Efficient scaling of software andmiddleware workloads that Consulting hardware resources in a cloudleverage cloud capabilities Services environment Platform Infrastructure Image Management Integration & Connectivity Management and Secure and reliable connectivity governance of virtual and integration within and between images across the software cloud environments lifecycle Infrastructure Management Automated and instrumented infrastructure with virtualization58 58 © 2011 IBM Corporation