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  • Cloud ComputingAsheem ChandnaJanuary 2011
  • Agenda •  Changing IT landscape •  CIO technology priorities •  Cloud computing •  Underlying infrastructure and opportunities •  Greylock portfolio •  Summary Page 2
  • Changing IT landscape• Customer spend growing again• IT is shifting to a new wave• New underlying infrastructure technologies and approaches• All the major IT vendors are re-assessing and redefining their business boundaries Page 3 View slide
  • The New IT Landscape Existing Apps" New Enterprise Apps" SaaS Apps"Source: VMware Existing Datacenters" Public Cloud Services" Page 4 View slide
  • CIO Technology Priorities
  • 2011 Data Center Infrastructure PrioritiesSource: Gartner Page 7
  • Cloud – The Next Wave in Enterprise IT Cloud 2000s Internet 1990s PC 1980s Mini 1970sMainframe 1960s
  • Describe The Cloud To Me The Cloud
  • Gartners  Defini-on  of  Cloud  Compu-ng   The  Cri-cal  A;ributes  of  Cloud  Services  Gartner defines cloud computing as "a style of computing where scalable andelastic IT-related capabilities are provided as a service to external customers using Internet Technologies." Consumer concerns are abstracted from5 Attributes that support outcomes 1 Service Based provider concerns through service interfaces Services scale on-demand to add or remove 2 Scalable & Elastic resources as needed. Services share a pool of resources to build 3 Shared economies of scale. Services are tracked with usage metrics to 4 Metered By Use enable multiple payment models. Services are delivered through use of 5 Internet Technologies Internet Identifiers, Formats, and Protocols.
  • Why  Cloud?  
  • Cloud  Compu)ng  Taxonomy   CRM: Salesforce, RightNowEnd-user applications So1ware-­‐as-­‐a-­‐Service   ERP: Workday, Netsuitedelivered as a service Point solutions: Concur, TaleoApplication dev platform Salesforce.com Force.comor middleware as a service; Pla;orm-­‐as-­‐a-­‐Service   Microsoft AzureBuild & operate custom Google AppEngineapplicationsCompute, storage or other Amazon EC2/S3 Infrastructure-­‐as-­‐a-­‐Service   IBM Cloudinfrastructure as a service Rackspace cloudservers
  • Public vs. Enterprise Cloud– Is it a Fair Fight?Comparison of very large service with mid-size: (~1000 servers): Large Service [$13/Mb/s/mth]: $0.04/GB Medium [$95/Mb/s/mth]: $0.30/GB (7.1x) Large Service: $4.6/GB/year (2x in 2 Datacenters) Medium: $26.00/GB/year* (5.7x) Large Service: Over 1,000 servers/admin Enterprise: ~140 servers/admin (7.1x)•  Large block h/w purchases significantly more economic –  Large weekly purchases offer significant savings –  H/W Mmanufacturers willing & able to do custom designs at scale•  Automation & custom s/w investments amortize well at scale•  Summary: scale economics strongly in play
  • All  CIOs  must  answer  the  ques-on  -­‐   Why  not  run  in  the  cloud?   q   Price?   q   Capability  level?   q   Service  level?   q   Risk  level?    
  • The Decade AheadSource: Cisco Page 18
  • Opportunities in underlying infrastructure INTERNET   MOBILE     DATA  CENTER   ENTERPRISE   Compute   Laptops   Storage   Smartphones   Network   Other   Management   Virtualiza-on   Security   Other  
  • Current Greylock Enterprise IT Portfolio So1ware   Appliance   Cloud/SaaS  Applica)ons   Cloudera   Workday     Rally  SoNware   Proferi  Data  Center  and   Delphix   Xsigo  Virtualiza)on  Storage   Data  Robo-cs   Pure  Storage  Mobile  Enterprise  Security  and   Imperva     OpenDNS  Networking   Palo  Alto  Networks   Sumo  Logic   Silver  Peak      Management   AppDynamics     App-o   Troux   Page 20
  • Summary•  Cloud computing represents a multi-year transformational change for enterprise IT•  New company opportunities" –  Cloud-based applications and services" –  Enabling IT infrastructure"•  Focus on best-in-class teams and technology approaches that support building significant sustainable franchises Page 21
  • What is Xsigo?" What is Virtualization (Wikipedia)? VirtualŸization - virtualization, in computing, is the creation of a virtual (rather than actual) version of something, such as a hardware platform, operating system, a storage device or network resources.Source: Wikipedia Page 23
  • Virtualization Benefits and Challenges BENEFITS CHALLENGES •  Economic savings" •  Management" –  Consolidation" –  Visibility" –  Elimination of sprawl" –  Physical and virtual" –  Power, cooling" –  Capacity planning" •  Quality of service" –  Migrating workloads" –  Provisioning" •  Security" –  HA / DR" –  Obscured visibility" •  Agility" –  Traditional doesnʼt fit" –  Capacity on demand" •  People" –  Workload balancing" –  Skills" –  Automation" –  Experience " Page 24
  • Virtualizing  the  Data  Center:     From  Silos  to  Clouds   Sprawled Virtualized AutomatedComponent-Orientation Layer Orientation Service Orientation • Cloud- Policies enabled Optimization Provisioning Workloads Availability Data Resources Identities • Hardware • Service costs down, levels and flexibility up agility up Services 2002 2002-2012 2010-2020
  • From Client/Server to Cloud/SaaS & VDI
  • Page 27
  • Desktop Virtualization– Hosted Virtual Desktops Page 28