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    Vamsi :Cloud Progression pulse 2010 Vamsi :Cloud Progression pulse 2010 Presentation Transcript

    • Transforming Data Center to Cloud How to reach the Stratosphere from where you stand today Vamsi Mudiam Leader, Cloud Computing, IBM India/SA IBM Software Optimizing the World’s Infrastructure 6th July, New Delhi © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • Dynamic Infrastructure Delivering superior business and IT services with agility and speed Service Management – Provide visibility, control and automation across all the business and IT assets to deliver higher value services. Asset Management – Maximizing the value of critical business and IT assets over their lifecycle with industry tailored asset management solutions. Energy Efficiency – Address energy, environment, and sustainability challenges and opportunities across your infrastructure. Virtualization – Leadership virtualization and consolidation solutions that reduce cost, improve asset utilization, and speed provisioning of new services. Business Resiliency – Maintaining continuous business operations while rapidly adapting and responding to risks and opportunities. Security – End to end industry customized governance, risk management and compliance solutions. Information Infrastructure – Helping businesses achieve information compliance, availability, retention, and security objectives. 2
    • Backdrop: Rapidly Increasing IT Costs And Demands  Costs to manage systems has Spending doubled since 2000 Installed Base (US$B) (M Units) $300 50  Costs to power and cool systems has doubled since 2000 Power and cooling costs 45 $250 40  Devices accessing data over Server mgmt and admin costs networks doubling every 2.5 years New server spending 35 $200 30  Bandwidth consumed doubling $150 25 every 1.5 years 20 1 $100  Data Doubling every 18 months 15 10  Server processing capacity $50 doubling every 3 years2 5 $0 0  10G Ethernet ports tripling over the next 5 years Source: IDC, 2008 1WW TB Capacity Shipped on Enterprise Disk Storage Systems 2Server processing consumption doubles every 3 years 3 3
    • Value Progression from Virtualization to Cloud A Dynamic Infrastructure can also provide a great foundation to construct a more efficient platform for delivering cloud based services Cloud Service Management Automation Virtualization  Always available  Elastic scaling  Discover, monitor,  Pay for use meter, secure and  Automated automate deployment of  Standardize provisioning virtualized resources application  Simplified user configuration  Assure SLA interface  Improve achievement utilization  Reduce deployment time  Integrated virtualization  Reduce costs management with IT  Increase processes flexibility 4
    • 5 Customer Value – Virtualization to Cloud Key Customer Pain Points How Cloud Delivers Value  Lost business opportunity because IT too  Ability to dynamically scale IT services to slow to react. Lack of agility. meet business demands in real time  Long deployment timelines for new  Automate the provisioning and systems (weeks/months+). deployment of new systems  Operations that cross functional IT  Standardize and automate both requests groups are slow and inefficient and fulfilment across IT silos  Many steps are manual and prone to  Utilizes repeatable, standardized and error automated procedure to reduce errors  Huge up-front infrastructure investment  Abstracts IT services from IT resources for small projects or infrequent peaks facilitating reuse & overflow pooling  Server sprawl with low server/resource  Leverage dynamic allocation linked to a utilization reservation system for higher utilization  Compliance, auditing, and security  Standardize and reduce number of patching costly configurations used  Don’t know what compute resources are  Integrated, usage-based metering, billing used and what they cost and license compliance 5
    • Cloud Service Virtualization Management Automation Virtualization  Virtual Server/ Hypervisor  Virtual Storage & Network  Image Management 6
    • Virtualization Poses Challenges And Opportunity Virtualization Challenge (Uphill) Virtualization Opportunity (Downhill) Web Servers Servers App App/DB Virtual Virtual Virtual Application Application Servers Application Server Server Server Virtual Virtual Virtual Virtual End Users 65 Virtual+Physical Clients Servers Storage Networks • IDC projects that use of server virtualization Server Installed will result in a significant increase in the number 60 Base (Millions) Spending of servers (physical + virtual) to be managed (US$B) $300 • The projected increase is not yet reflected in their forecast of server management costs App Servers App Servers 55 50 Physical App/DB Virtualization Server Installed $250 Power and Cooling Costs 45 Base (Millions) 40 Server Decouples Virtual and Physical Environments Server Mgt and Admin Costs 35 $200 New Server Spending 30 Physical Environment $150 25 20 $100 Virtualization 15 Management 10 Gap Network $50 Blades SMP Servers Storage Servers Hardware IT Resources for Many Servers, Much Capacity, Low Utilization = $140B unutilized server assets 5 $0 Source: IDC, May 2006 0 and Storage a Medium Business 10 97 8 9 00 1 05 8 9 96 02 03 04 06 07 9 9 0 0 0 19 20 20 20 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  Virtualization results in huge volume and  Virtual resources are easier to deploy, grow, move change increases and can lead to VM sprawl  Virtual resources and their configurations are  Represents another layer of complexity on top decoupled and insulated from physical environment of complex physical environment  Virtualization exploitation can directly improve  Made more difficult by the pursuit of multiple utilization, space, and energy, agility, and TCO virtualization technologies “Virtualization without good management is more dangerous than not using virtualization in the first place,” –Gartner* *Source: http://www.gartner.com/it/page.jsp?id=505040 7
    • Virtualization Increases Performance Divide Poor Top Metric Average Performers Performers Performers Admin to VM Ratio 18 77 150 Cost per VM $3,770 $881 $45 Server Reduction -10% -17% -35% Utilization (CPU) <40% 40-50% >70% VM Deployment Time 4 hrs. 2 hrs. 30 mins. New App Deployment Time 24 hrs. 5- hrs. 30 mins. Tools Correlated with Top Performance: Capacity Planning, OS and Application Provisioning, Patch Distribution, and IT Process Automation Sources: EMA, IBM 8
    • 9 Virtualization Management TPM Virtualization Management Apps Apps Apps Virtual Servers Apps Apps Apps  Provision, Move, Change, Middleware Middleware Middleware Middleware Middleware Middleware Configure Virtual Servers Linux Windows Windows Linux Windows Windows Hypervisor 1 Hypervisor 2  Heterogeneous support Visibility CPU 1 CPU 2 CPU 3 CPU 4 CPU 1 CPU 2 CPU 3 CPU 4 Control & across hypervisors and  ITM, TPC, Automation platforms ITMNP, Virtual Networks TADDM SAN  TPM, TPC,  AIX/LPARS, VMWare, SAN SRM, TSAM Virtual Storage Solaris Zones, zVM  Configure associated resources – virtual network and virtual storage (via TPC) Customer Benefits  Ability to coordinate and manage virtual resource provisioning from a centralized manager  Manage in the context of a solution (e.g., Green, Applications, Test Center Provisioning, etc.)  Increased IT flexibility to allocate resources to meet business demands  Increased HW utilization and decreased energy consumption 9
    • Lifecycle Of A Virtual Image Design Build Store Deploy Manage Tooling to design the Tooling to build virtual Store the images in a Deployment requires Use information from stack of OS and images and associate repository. It needs to platform specific tools the build and applications in a virtual metadata with them. be cataloged and to take images from deployment stage to image. This can be This can be done by accessible from a Store and use the better manage the done by modifying capturing existing deployment system. It appropriate deployed service. existing system image system or by creating includes offline mechanism (network Management system or by creating a new a new image structure. operations capability or storage) to create needs to patch and image structure. Images can represent on an image including an instance of the update the deployed Images can represent single system or query and search. image for booting the system. single system or group composite application. system ( VM or LPAR) of images can Images can also be and attaching data represent a shipped to ISVs for images where needed. composite adding additional This includes application. content. Repositories customization of image can be distributed and for deployed instance replicated for scale. • Cross-cutting concerns – Standards : Open Virtualization Format Specification (OVF) – Platform coverage: (x86, POWER, System z ) – Governance : Control of images across the lifecycle steps – Storage media : Impact of Storage hardware on Image Management – *Security (including integrity, signing and access control) of images (other data management issues) 10
    • Tivoli Provisioning Manager for Images and OS Deployment Integration Server Consolidation Compliance Management TPMfImages includes TPMfOSD Automate server consolidation Federal Information Processing and is available as a fully integrated using physical to virtual image Standard 140-2 compliance chargeable component to TPM migration Federal Desktop Core Configuration compliance for Windows XP and Vista Discovery Discover infrastructure information, including virtual system images from x86 hypervisor or physical Manage “Image Sprawl” machine images (VMware, KVM. In Discover, capture, store, November add: XEN, Hyper-V, manage and deploy virtual XVM) and physical images from a single repository Image Conversion Avoid Vendor Lock-in –Physical to virtual Image Deployment Virtual-to-virtual image migration –Virtual to virtual Deploy physical and virtual images across hypervisors –Virtual to physical in a consistent manner using a tune- able infrastructure Separate applications and settings Automated OS Deployment from OS image. Single instance Remote Deployment –Native installation storage for easier management. Automate remote deployment of –Cloning Deploy from image library, CD, DVD, operating systems to eliminate –Driver injection or USB. costly on-site support –Configure OS parameters 11
    • Cloud Service Automation Management Automation Virtualization  Automate manual tasks  Leverage speed of virtualization  Integrate into automated solutions 12
    • Automation: Exploiting Computer Strengths Since the inception of computers they have been recognized to provide the following value over manual processes: • Good for performing repetitive tasks • More accurate and precise • Just Faster 13
    • Automation - Tivoli Provisioning Manager Resources Process Integration Use the same tool to provision Use TPM to provide seamless physical servers, virtual servers, Discovery storage, and network devices infrastructure provisioning steps in Discover or import IT higher-level Change, Release, and infrastructure information SRM process flows from multiple sources Compliance Management OS Provisioning Check to ensure resources are Deploy initial OS’s and/or server configured correctly images across multiple systems using single methodology and infrastructure Desired State Management Inventory Act on deltas between desired and Software Deployment Keep track of hardware and actual states to automatically keep software making up IT infrastructure resources configured correctly Deploy applications, patches and/or images in a consistent manner using a tune-able infrastructure 14
    • Cloud Service Service Management Management Automation Virtualization  Integrated ITIL-based managment  Incorporate full systems management infrastructure 15
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    • Cloud Service Cloud Computing Management Automation Virtualization  Leverage underlying Virtualization, Automation and Service Management  Deliver IT services from an end-user perspective  Enable new models for capital and operating expense 17
    • Cloud Computing … “Cloud” is an emerging consumption and delivery model for many IT-based services, in which the user sees only the service, and has no need to know anything about the technology or implementation Attributes Flexible pricing Elastic Standardized, scaling consumable Rapid web-delivered provisioning services Metering & Service Billing Advanced Catalog Ordering virtualization VISIBILITY CONTROL AUTOMATION ....service oriented and service managed 18
    • Cloud Has Multiple Sourcing Options Managed Outsourced Traditional Enterprise IT Private Cloud Private Cloud Private Cloud Public Cloud Security- and Service-Integration (“Interoperability”) Sourcing Options Insourced Outsourced Cloud Computing allows you to develop the right strategy to rapidly and dynamically deliver business and IT services at lower cost and foster innovation 19
    • Service Lifecycle Management And Automation Subscriber (e.g. Line of Business) Administrator / SLM Service Catalog Cloud Manager Service Service Management Platform Subscriber Process Engine  Middleware Virtualized (e.g. Line of and Standardized Resources  Physical Business) IBM / ISV / Assets IT Dept 20
    • 2 Functional Cloud Management Platform Reference Architecture 1 Cloud Service Cloud Service Provider Cloud Service Consumer Developer Business-Process-as-a-Service User Interface Consumer Software-as-a-Service Cloud API End user Platform-as-a-Service Services Infrastructure-as-a-Service Developer Virtualized Infrastructure – Server, Storage, Network, Facilities Partner Clouds Common Cloud Management Platform BSS Offering Mgmt Customer Mgmt Pricing & Rating Business Support Order Mgmt Entitlements Subscriber Mgmt Services Service Consumer Accounting & Billing Invoicing Peering & Settlement Development Service Development Portal Business Tools Service Delivery Portal Contract Mgmt SLA Service Offering Manager Reporting Catalog Metering, Analytics & Reporting Service Definition Tools API OSS Service Delivery Catalog Operational Customer Support Service Templates Service Automation Management In-house IT Services Service Request Management Configuration Mgmt Image Lifecycle Management Provisioning Incident, Problem & IT Service Level Management Change Management Monitoring & IT Asset & License Management Capacity & Event Management Performance Management Virtualization Mgmt Image Creation Consumer Tools Administrator Service Provider Portal Service Business Manager Service Transition Manager Service Operations Manager Security & Resiliency Service Security Manager 21
    • Tivoli Service Automation Manager (TSAM) • Central Unit for deploying & managing Cloud Services in a datacenter environment •Dynamic instantiation and management of Cloud Services along their entire lifecycle •Automation based on build- & management plans including humans and management components • Raises the level of abstraction for Service Management in data centers from single LPARs, storage volumes, SW installations to services as the units of management • Integrated Management Solution •Based on strategic Tivoli Process Automation Engine (TPAE) The holistic view …is more than the sum of its of a service... individual parts 22 22
    • Introducing IBM cloudburst Integrated Smart Business Systems Purpose-Built Solution  Integrates the service management software system with network, servers, storage, “quickstart” services, and financing as an integrated offering to deliver an internal private cloud Customer Benefits?  Improved innovation - Dramatically improve business value and IT’s effect on time-to-market by enabling the Service Service Design Subscription business workloads to rapidly and accurately be deployed when and where Service they are needed. Operations Service Service  Decrease operational expenses – Gain Delivery Activation productivity increases in IT labor costs through automation. Maximize capital usage and reduce added capital expense.  Reduce complexity and risk - With automation and standardization the human error factor is minimized. Based on 100+ client engagements 23
    • IBM CloudBurst: What we deliver  A service delivery platform that is pre-integrated at the factory Services  Built-for-purpose based on the architectural requirement of specific workloads Software  Delivered and supported as a single product  Prepackaged, pre-configured servers, storage, networking, software and Hardware installation services needed to start up a private cloud GTS Quickstart Services: Installation and configuration Deploy and integrate BladeCenter hardware in customer data center and network On-Site introductory Training Configure local storage area network Overview and hands-on platform training including topics like: Configure users and security profiles BladeCenter, local SAN and network switch management Configuration and discovery of virtualized compute, network and storage resources Administrator and user level training Configure self- service portal Cloud Software Configuration: Base Hardware Configuration*:  Systems Director 6.1.1 with BOFM, AEM; ToolsCenter 1.0; DS Storage  1 42U rack Manager for DS4000 v10.36; VMware VirtualCenter 2.5 U4; LSI SMI-S  1 3650M2 Systems Management Server provider for DS3400  1 HS22 cloud management blade  VMware ESXi 3.5 U4 hypervisor on all blades  1 BladeCenter H chassis with redundant Ethernet and Fibre  Tivoli Provisioning Manager v7.1 Channel switch modules – DB2 ESE 9.1; WAS ND 6.1.0.13; TDS 6.1.0.1 – Special purpose customized portal and appliance wizard that enables  3 managed HS22 blades client portal interaction  DS3400 FC attached storage  Tivoli Monitoring v6.2.1 – OS pack 24
    • 2 5 Product Delivery and Packaging for Cloud Solutions IT Service Delivery IBM for Cloud: core plus Cloudburs additional service t management Policy Based Resource Allocation ITUAM (incl. Usage & Accounting, Energy ITM Mgmt, HA) OS agents, GEM IT Service Delivery for Cloud: core TSAM components Policy Based Resource Allocation (request, deliver, and TSAM manage services) Resource Prov & Config Mgmt (Incl. Composite image Resource Provisioning and Configuration Management mgmt and federated image repository) TPM TPM for Images TPM for Images TPM TPM TPM Image Management Included in for TPM Images for Images (discover, deploy, convert, maintain) Image Management Chargeable TSAM Included in Component Included in Included in TSAM TSAM TSAM TPM for OS TPM for OS TPM for OS TPM for OS TPM for OS Deployment Deployment Heterogeneous OS Deployment Deployment Deployment and Management Heterogeneous OS Deployment and management Deployment Included in Included in Included in TPM TSAM TSAM HW Custom built/used Virtualization Infrastructure BladeCenter x 25
    • Examples of Client Innovation Financial Services Company We struggled with the long time to reclaim test server deployments – typically two years. In addition, the ITricity opened a highly advance Computing process to request and provision Center for Continental Europe. servers was manual, cumbersome "Customer demands for flexible computing and error prone. resources are rapidly increasing. Hosting services should also be reliable, fully resilient across We deployed IBM Cloud SW to implement an end user, multiple centers and compliant to business rules self-service provisioning private cloud to expedite the and regulations," process to reclaim compute systems and streamline provisioning Rome Tivoli Lab adopted TSAM for a private Tornado is an internal IBM cloud solution for automated cloud in early 2009 for the development and test deployment and management of test and development environment. Use request-driven provisioning to systems. The challenges are long times to approve, request servers, OS and storage on demand. deploy and implement test environments in IBM labs. Allow developers/testers to create, share, and manage their images. Deployed in Toronto, Hursley and Silicon Valley labs Deployment time reduced from 4 days to 45 reducing a 25 step process down to 5 steps – resulting min for Windows box with WAS and DB2. in a labor savings of over 9 person years and a 305% Increased capital utilization across teams. ROI 26
    • Thank You IBM Software