Your SlideShare is downloading. ×

Move SAP to Cloud in 3 Easy Steps

661

Published on

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
661
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
58
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Move SAP to the Cloud in 3 Easy Steps Mark Yohai & Greg O’Connor – Mar 18, 2010
  • 2. Housekeeping • Please Participate • Use the GoToWebinar controls to ask questions • We’ll take most at the end
  • 3. Today’s Webinar Topics • Virtualization/Cloud Trends and Costs • Mapping SAP to application virtualization • The pay off
  • 4. Virtualization/Cloud Computing Adoption + Costs Accelerating VMWare Revenue $2,000,000 $1,800,000 $1,600,000 $1,400,000 $1,200,000 $1,000,000 $800,000 $600,000 $400,000 $200,000 $- 2006 2007 2008 Ye ar Ending While Cloud Services and server consolidation adoption accelerate… So do the management and admin costs Gartner/Dataquest : Sizing the Cloud; Understanding the Opportunities in Cloud Services ( March 2009, pub G00166525 )
  • 5. The Appeal of Server Virtualization • Reduced costs • Reduced complexity • Simplified management • Addresses fault / disaster recovery • Better utilizes IT resources
  • 6. Why Cloud…. • The next paradigm Virtual Machines Virtual Machines Attributes: App App App App App App OS OS OS OS OS OS ESX Server ESX Server • Self Provisioned Provisioning, Provisioning, Shared Shared Workload Storage Storage Physical Server Physical Server • Elastic Workload Management, Management, Virtual Machines Virtual Machines Orchestration Orchestration ,, charge back charge back • Pay as you Go App App App App App App OS OS OS OS OS OS ESX Server ESX Server Physical Server Physical Server • Significant Benefits – Shift Capex to Opex – Increase Agility – IT at the Speed of Business
  • 7. What do we hear? • High Software TCO Its • Long provisioning About times • Low infrastructure The utilization ( still! ) • How to leverage App! Cloud?
  • 8. Challenges for SAP in and out of the Cloud • Long install time 3-5+ full days • Re-provisioning/move requires System-Copy – 2-3+ full days for this operation • Moving between Cloud or to on premise – System copy, compress, 125 GB+, FTP – You can send Amazon a DVD • Lots of non production sandboxes – Dev system, test system, demo system, training system • SAP landscape is layered/add on modules – CRM, BI, etc adds complexity to install/move
  • 9. Today’s Webinar Topics • Virtualization/Cloud Trends and Costs • Mapping SAP to application virtualization • The pay off
  • 10. Why VAA?... App App App App App App App App App AppZero AppZero UNIX Windows Virtual Machines Virtual Machines AppZero OS Virtual Machine OS Virtual Machine App App App App App App OS App App App Application OS OS OS OS OS OS ESX Server OS OS ESX Server ESX Server Physical Server Physical Server Physical Server Physical Server Physical Server Physical Server Server App Data Center 1.0 Hypervisor Vision Virtualization Pre - 2001 2001 - 2015 2010-2025 Server Software Consolidation Consolidation App Mobility
  • 11. Installing an App…Changes the OS SAP Server 2003
  • 12. AppZero isolates those changes A Virtual Application Appliance ( VAA ) is a collection of files that includes Everything the App needs … but with ZeroOS SAP Server 2008
  • 13. VAA’s are 100% Mobile SAP Physical Virtual Datacenter Cloud
  • 14. How do I create a VAA? Virtualize to VAA Output Source VAA VAA Physical or VAA Virtual AppZero VAA Creator machine Two approaches to creating a VAA VAA based on snapshot capture and template approach: 1. Install app VAA VAA 2. Scoop & move app VAA Data Center
  • 15. VAAs mobility in the data center Network Storage Server Pool VAA Catalog Life Cycle Operation App 1 App 1.1 Start: No Install/Config headaches App 2 App 2.1 Updates: App 3 App 3.1 Risk and Hassle free Rollback: Simple & Easy Rollbacks Application Data Utilization: Dynamic/flexible Physical or Virtual Standard OS Image(s) Consolidation: All exactly the same Optimizes resource utilization
  • 16. The merging of worlds CMD started in the context of ERP VAA
  • 17. This works for really complex Apps Move Any SAP Anywhere - No AppZero or SAP install - ECC, AIO – ERP, CRM, BI.. - ABAP, Netweaver, Java .. - MSSQL, Oracle, MaxDB… - Unique Features - Changing SID - Change Host Name -Speedy & Flexible -Lowers Costs -Innovation -Implementation
  • 18. VAA’s can be Layered… VAA VAA VAA
  • 19. …Layers can be Shared & Reused Identity Separate application layers into Machine Instance discrete entities Machine Output Each VAA contains all that is needed to run its layer including Database config files and registry entries Master DB Instances may be made unique, Runtime Specific such as for IP address, using Application Identity VAAs Database runtime Executables Reuse means much less to manage and better leverage Services
  • 20. …Sharing and Reuse lowers Software TCO NA EMEA AP Config Config Config Master DB Master DB Master DB Machine RT Specific RT Specific RT Specific 900 Instance 100 KB Output Runtime Executables Config 3 Master DB 2 GB Services RT Specific Runtime Single Gold VAA is 1 Executables 700 GB shared and reused for Services all 900 instances across 3 sites
  • 21. Provision from D2C2C Data Center Life Cycle Action Data Center Network Storage Server Pool Instant Provisioning: VAA Catalog No Install/Config headaches App 1 App 1.1 Updates: App 2 App 2.1 Risk and Hassle free App 3 App 3.1 Rollback: * Cloud Simple & Easy Rollbacks Utilization: Dynamic/flexible Application Data Amazon/GoGrid Single Gold Image: Public or Private Reduces errors Stateless: Movement D2C2C
  • 22. Instant Provisioning, D2C2C2D Data Center VAASQL HPX92 VBlocks X91 MS Windows 2008 MS Windows 2003 HPX90 MS Windows 2003 VAASQL VAASQL VAASQL EC2 Storage EC2 1 EC2 2 Windows 2003 Windows 2003 GoGrid Storage GoG 1 GoG 1 Windows 2008 Windows 2003
  • 23. What’s the role of VAA in *Cloud? Server-Side App Virtualization can be utilized for Your Apps in IaaS Clouds, can be used to construct a PaaS cloud, or used by MSP/ISV to create multi-tenant Saas Offerings.
  • 24. Today’s Webinar Topics • Virtualization/Cloud Trends and Costs • Mapping SAP to application virtualization • The pay off
  • 25. Workloads and applications are • Contained as one unit – Reducing provision and configuration errors • Isolation removes conflicts between apps – Increasing app density • Scalable up and down form the network – Increasing agility • Movable cross environments dev, test, prod, DR – Accelerating lifecycle • Movable cross VM and Physical – No VM lock-in (Hyper-V, KVM, VMware, Xen, etc.) • Movable from data center to cloud to cloud and back – No cloud lock-in
  • 26. “Gold application” image VAA can be • Deployed dynamically – Increasing utilization and reducing OS count • Reuse and shared VAA – Eliminate sprawl – Reducing os/agent licensing • Are consistent and automatable – Enhancing compliance, educing errors • No changes to application, management tools – Leveraging existing frameworks
  • 27. The pay off • Reduction in licenses of: OS, Management, Anti- virus, etc – Consolidation and elimination of offline and idle software infrastructure • Reduction number of VM images – VM contains standard OS • Reduction in downtime from errors, server drift, delayed updates – Application automation now simple • Increase in number of machines per sys-admin – Automation means less human intervention
  • 28. Impact Analysis of Zero-Install Our experience running ECC6 on a new machine: • Zero-Install media approach reduces total steps from 50+ to 1 • Zero-Install media approach reduces total time from 40 hours to 5-10 mins EEC6 current Zero-Install approach Zero-Install approach Deploy EEC6 approach from cloud from copy media Steps 50+ 1 2 Wizard hours 0 0 Install 40 hours 0 0 Deploy 1 instance 0 3 hours (copy) Start application ~10 min ~10 min ~10 min Total Time 40 hours ~10 min 3 hours
  • 29. Impact for Training Environments Inputs Inputs Calculated Time to install SAP ECC6 80:00:00 Number of SE 2 Number of installs per year 50 Cost per SE $100,000 Cost per installed system $200,000 AppZero Impact Time to Run SAP as a VAA 3:00 Change from install to RUN in minutes 77:00:00 % time savings 96% POC install time savings 3850:00:00 SE $ savings per POC $3,702 SE $ savings per POC per year $185,096 POC per year saving $ $185,096
  • 30. POC and SAP Channel Partners Inputs Inputs C alculated Avg POC d uration days 10 Avg POC d uration hours 80:00:00 Tim e to install ap p in hours 30:00:00 % of POC time doing install/setup 38% POC win rate 70% W in rate imp rovement 10% N ew P OC win rate 77.00% N um ber of SE 10 N um ber of POC per year 90 N um ber of POC per SE per year 9 N um ber of POC per SE per m onth 0.75 C ost per SE $150,000 Average deal size $550,000 AppZ ero Im pact Tim e to Run VAA-ap p in min u tes 3:00 C hange fro m install to RU N in m inutes 27:00:00 % tim e savings 90% POC install tim e saving s 2430:00:00 S E $ hour $72 S E $ savings per POC $1,947 S E $ savings per POC per year $17,524 PO C per year saving $ $175,240 N um ber of addtion POC win s 6 Revenue in creases $3,465,000
  • 31. Challenges for SAP and the Cloud • Long install time 3-5+ full days – VAA baseline provision in 15 minutes • Provisioning requires System-Copy – 2-3+ full days for this operation – VAA baseline provision in 15 minutes • Moving between Cloud to on premise – VAA baseline can be FTPed over Internet <6 hours • Lots of non production sandboxes Dev system, test system, demo system, training system – Sandbox can be created in minutes • SAP landscape is layered/add on modules – Layered building blocks (Lego like) that map to SAP landscape • Moving to Production system can be do via System Copy
  • 32. OS Platform Support Windows -Windows XP -Windows 2003 32 bit - Windows 2003 64 bit - Windows 2008 32 bit - Windows 2008 64 bit Linux (64 bit BETA available in May) - Linux 2.4 kernel: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0, 32-bit - Linux 2.6 kernel: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.0, 32-bit - SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9.0, 32-bit - SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10.0, 32-bit - SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10.0, 32-bit Shared Library Solaris - Solaris 9 (SPARC) - Solaris 10 (SPARC) Kernel - Solaris 2.6, 2.7, 8, 9, 10 VAA Support
  • 33. Wrap Up • Ready to take a deeper look? – Contact: sales@appzero.com • Connect directly with us – Mark Yohai – VP Sales and Bus Dev – myohai@appzero.com – Greg O’Connor – CEO – grego@appzero.com • Thank you for your Time!

×