IBM Cloud Strategy

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IBM Cloud Strategy as presented at Cloud Camp, Lagos 2011 by Damola Sangotade of IBM Nigeria

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IBM Cloud Strategy

  1. 1. IBM Private Cloud StrategyDamola Sangotadedamolas@ng.ibm.comIBM Cloud Strategy & Product Managementhttp://snehalantani.googlepages.com
  2. 2. Smarter Computing: System z Analyst Summit Lenses of Cloud Application Developer / LOB Business DevelopmentGoal: Get applications into production faster Goal: Capture new business opportunities•  Rapid deployment of dev/test/production services •  Address new market segments with aaS•  Leverage existing SaaS functions delivery models•  Leverage turn-key solutions•  Deliver differentiated, higher-value solutions IT Operations Goal: Efficient IT •  Extract the most value from HW, SW, labor by virtualizing standardizing, automating, &optimizing •  Improve QoS •  Optimize datacenter footprint by leverage compute resources outside of the datacenter on demand. 2 © 2011 International Business Machines Corporation 2
  3. 3. Smarter Computing: System z Analyst SummitStandardization & Automation Requirements 1.  Speed - build out environments quickly •  A new application infrastructure should take you minutes, not weeks 2.  Repeatability - automation to avoid redundancy •  Your 2nd, 3rd, and Nth environment should be faster to build than your 1st environment 3.  Consistency - limit the variables across deployments •  Your configurations should get seamlessly promoted from test -> pre- production -> production, across different platforms Application WAS Resource Web Server Definitions Description of theApplication Topology Automation DB Magic Web Server Resource Definitions WAS Application Test Env Production Env Variables Variables 3 © 2011 International Business MachinesIBM Corporation © 2009 Corporation 3 3
  4. 4. Pioneered by IBM System Z workload management, Enhanced by WebSphere Virtual EnterpriseEnabled by IBM Workload Deployer Smarter Computing: System z Analyst SummitPaaS will be Workload Aware Intelligently manage workloads •  Full life-cycle management of workloads •  Web Apps, Batch, Analytics, BPM, etc workloads run on shared resources •  Workload management understands the priorities & SLA s •  PaaS dynamically manages workloads to meet business objectives •  PaaS will understand workload & infrastructure characteristics and optimize! Workload Aware PaaS Batch Business Jobs Processes Web Apps Analytics IaaS 4 © 2011 International Business Machines Corporation 4 Note: This is a vision slide
  5. 5. Pioneered by IBM Service Delivery Manager & WebSphere Cloudburst Appliance,Enabled by IBM Workload Deployer Smarter Computing: System z Analyst SummitBuild & Deliver Higher-Value Solutions Pattern-based Middleware •  Build solutions with molecules versus atoms •  Leverage IBM-built molecules – Workload Patterns •  Create your own molecules – Topology Patterns w/ Tooling & Image Management •  PaaS manages the molecules Solutions Web App Workloads Batch Workloads Data WAS WXS DB2 ITM WCG DB2 TWS Stage 5 © 2011 International Business Machines Corporation 5
  6. 6. Smarter Computing: System z Analyst SummitBringing it all together Solu2ons  via  SaaS  &  BPaaS   Industry   Smarter  Planet   Solu0ons   Workloads   Commerce   BPM   Analy0cs   Web  Apps   Batch   •  Policy-­‐driven  Workload  Management   API •  Fine-­‐grained  Service  Level  Enforcement   IBM Workload Deployer •  Workload  Op0miza0on   Workload Aware PaaS •  Con0nuous  Availability   API •  Workload  &  Data  Mobility   •  Governance   Public  Cloud   •  Based  on  Open  Standards   x86   System  p   Appliances   System  z   Hardware   Accelerators   Infrastructure  aaS   6 6 Mul$-­‐pla(orm  Management  &  Integra$on   © 2011 International Business Machines Corporation Note: This is a vision slide
  7. 7. Smarter Computing: System z Analyst SummitIBM s Private Cloud Strategy High Value Solutions Smarter, Industry aligned, turn-key solutions Business Services High Value Solutions Platform Bring your app & requirements, Bring your app & requirements, We ll handle the details we ll handle the details Workload-centric view of IT leveraging Infrastructure platform and infrastructure aaS Workload Optimized: Right tool for the job Workload Optimized: Right tool for the job Integrated hardware & software to Built on Open Standards maximize performance 7 © 2011 International Business Machines Corporation 7
  8. 8. Smarter Computing: System z Analyst SummitFrom private clouds to computing on the IBM SmartBusiness Cloud Private Shared Public 1 2 3 Enterprise 4 Enterprise A 5 Enterprise EnterpriseDeployment User A User B User C data center data center Enterprise B models Private Managed Hosted Enterprise C User D User E cloud private cloud private cloud IBM owned and Shared Public access to IBM operated operated cloud services cloud services §  Private cloud §  Private cloud §  IBM owned §  IBM owned and §  Currently not offered §  Client runs and §  IBM runs and and operated operated by IBM manages manages §  Dedicated resources §  Mix of shared §  Shared resources §  IBM implements to §  IBM implements to §  Shared facilities and resources §  Elastic scaling client specs on client client specs on client cloud management §  Shared facilities §  Pay-as-you-go premises or IBM premises §  Longer term and cloud §  End-user access §  Internal network §  Internal network managed service management (credit card) options §  Elastic scaling §  Server service level §  Pay-as-you-go agreement §  Service SLA IBM Smart Business Cloud – Enterprise+, Enterprise 8 © 2011 International Business Machines Corporation 8
  9. 9. Smarter Computing: System z Analyst Summit Thanks! Snehal S. Antani antani@us.ibm.com IBM Cloud Strategy & Product Management http://snehalantani.googlepages.com Comments welcome, hash tag #TAP13699 © 2011 International Business Machines Corporation 9

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