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SunGard Availability Services offer the ultimate secure cloud environment – either dedicated to your business or shared with like-minded, security-conscious enterprise customers. Once liberated from ...

SunGard Availability Services offer the ultimate secure cloud environment – either dedicated to your business or shared with like-minded, security-conscious enterprise customers. Once liberated from data centre constraints, your company can focus on core operations and opportunities without losing momentum to IT infrastructure bottlenecks.

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SunGard Cloud - Infrastructure as a Service - IaaS Presentation Transcript

  • 1. SunGard’s Cloud InfrastructureInfrastructure as a Service (IaaS) www.sungard.co.uk
  • 2. What is SunGard’s Infrastructure as a Service Solution? SunGard’s fully managed IaaS offering is a cloud service delivered on shared infrastructure across multiple EU data centres. © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 2
  • 3. What is SunGard’s Infrastructure as a Service Solution? The service provides a cloud infrastructure platform for customers to deliver their applications back to the business without the need to manage or purchase the associated IT hardware or software. © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 3
  • 4. What does SunGard’s Infrastructure as a Service Deliver? The service delivers compute power plus managed storage, which allows for flexible performance and availability, yet still achieves the physical and virtual security standards required by today’s enterprise. © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 4
  • 5. Scalable Modules of IaaS © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 5
  • 6. Five Scalable Modules of IaaS Connect Public & private connection services Secure Managed virtual firewall IP Network Monitoring, management & load balancing Virtual CPU provision Compute O/S & DBA management Managed storage Store Replication & snapshot services Offsite backup © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 6
  • 7. IaaS Scale by the Unit Customer Network Public Internet Private Cloud Termination Public Cloud Termination Private * Customer Managed Firewall Public * SunGard Internet CoreConnect Virtual Managed Firewall Service Provision of LOGICAL Firewall to customer Managed 24/7 Firewall Service Customer subscribes to X Number of Logical VSYS Firewall InstancesSecure Local & Geographic Load Balancing IP LAN & IP Storage Provision of IP Traffic Management Provision of IP Services Provision of SSL Capabilities Provision of IP Virtual SwitchingIP Network Managed Hypervisor & Operating System Services Provision of Virtual Server (VCPU) & Hypervisor (VMware) Managed 24/7 Hypervisor & VM Operating System (Linux, Windows 2003/8) Customer subscribes to X Number of Virtual Servers with VMware HypervisorCompute Managed Storage, Replication & Offsite Backup Service Provision of Scaleable Storage Snapshot & Replication Services Customer subscribes to X per GB, X per GB Replication, Snapshot & BackupStore © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 7
  • 8. IaaS Across Multiple Data Centres Options Single site Dual site © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 8
  • 9. UK Technology Centres © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 9
  • 10. Network of Centres © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 10
  • 11. What’s Included in IaaS? © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 11
  • 12. What’s Included in IaaS?  No Hardware ownership, all SunGard provided Connect  Defined rates for services within the 5 modules Secure  Single or dual site capability (triple including vaulting)  24/7 Service IP Network  Service level agreement of 99.95% Compute  Project Management for implementation Store  Integrates with Managed Recovery. © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 12
  • 13. SunGard’s IaaS – Summary  Delivered within resilient SAS 70 UK data centres  Your critical systems and information delivered with no interruptions, better efficiencies and substantial cost savings  Getting expensive assets off your balance sheet  Provisioning your IT resources on a fully managed pay-as-you-grow basis  Implemented 50% faster than traditional managed services  Security controls that suit your business. © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 13
  • 14. Cost Benefits & Efficiencies © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 14
  • 15. Cost Benefits  By migrating your IT needs to SunGard’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) organisations can on average reduce total IT expenditure by 55%*  SunGard’s IaaS can reduce your Relative Cost of Ownership** *55 percent saving is based on a medium-enterprise with around 24 physical servers running a mixture of common applications, moving IT infrastructure to a private cloud operated by SunGard. **Takes into consideration – all your business budgets, not just basic in-house data centre infrastructure cost but ‘invisible’ ancillary charges like staff hires, finance to DIY, cost of power security and rates (for example). © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 15
  • 16. Efficiencies A SunGard solution can be deployed in four weeks  Consider • How long it would take your organisation to design a solution? • How long it would take to find a suitable place to host? • How long will it take to procure the hardware? • How long to install and commission the hardware? Removing the burden of IT administration  Consider • A typical 10 server environment requires 262 hours of administration per annum. © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 16
  • 17. Efficiencies Reducing the risk of downtime  Consider • A typical business will experience an average of one days downtime per annum – how much is one day worth to your business? Minimal CapEx  Consider • Hardware costs • Maintenance costs • Depreciation. © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 17
  • 18. Your Organisation  CEO will be able to concentrate on running the business and driving revenue forward  CFO will be relieved to get IT assets off your balance sheet  COO will welcome the ability to provision your computing resource on a fully managed pay-as-you-grow basis  CIO will be excited at the prospect of getting critical systems and information delivered with no interruptions, better efficiency and substantial savings. © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 18
  • 19. Next Steps © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 19
  • 20. Next Steps…  Choose between single site and dual site  Decide on private and/or public connectivity  Specify • The number of virtual machines • Storage requirements (in GB) • Operating Systems needed and to be managed • Level of security  …and we’ll manage the rest. © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 20
  • 21. Your NameCloud Infrastructure © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 21
  • 22. Contacts First Last Job Title SunGard Availability Services XXXXXX XXXX XXX XXX XXXX Office XXX XXX XXXX Mobile First.Last@sungard.com Confidentiality Statement Copyright ©2010 by SunGard Availability Services (or its subsidiaries, “SunGard”). All rights reserved. No parts of this document may be reproduced, transmitted or stored electronically without SunGard’s prior written permission. This document contains SunGards confidential or proprietary information. By accepting this document, you agree that: (A)(1) if a pre-existing contract containing disclosure and use restrictions exists between your company and SunGard, you and your company will use this information subject to the terms of the pre-existing contract; or (2) if no such pre-existing contract exists, you and your Company agree to protect this information and not reproduce or disclose the information in any way; and (B) SunGard makes no warranties, express or implied, in this document, and SunGard shall not be liable for damages of any kind arising out of use of this document Trademark Information: SunGard and the SunGard logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of SunGard Data Systems Inc. or its subsidiaries in the U.S. and other countries. All other trade names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. © 2010 SunGard. | www.sungard.co.uk 22