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2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
2012.05.11.IBM PureSystems et le Cloud  - Forum du Club Cloud des Partenaires
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  • Today, all around us, profound changes are taking place as industry after industry embarks on the transformational journey to become smarter. While the changes by industry may vary dramatically, they all have one thing in common—the central role that IT plays in each. No longer is IT simply responsible for functions such as billing and payments. In leading utility companies, IT is transforming power generation. In healthcare, analytics systems are helping doctors improve the quality of their diagnoses and treatments. In banking, computing systems are doing much more than managing the core businesses of the bank: they’re playing a pivotal role in helping financial institutions analyze, predict and prevent risk.
  • As information technology moves to the strategic center of business and an entirely new set of requirements is being placed on it. We’re not going to get there with the IT status quo. We need to do dramatically more without additional resources and the inefficiencies of today’s computing models are getting in the way. We spend too much time, money and effort “keeping the lights on” which keeps us from putting the effort we want into moving the business forward. More than 70% of our IT budgets are spent on ops and maintenance. We must take a large chunk of that money and resources you spend on running IT today and apply them to transforming the business instead? When we do bring new capabilities on board – it takes too long. And the complexity and pace of change in the environment today is making it more difficult and taking more of our resources to address. We must figure out how to improve our time to market not just incrementally, but literally make it a fraction of the time it is today. The bottom line is w e can’t deliver new business innovation as fast as we want and need to because we are handcuffed by these inefficiencies. These are the kinds of things that need to be part of everybody’s conversation today. BACKGROUND DETAILS: Inefficiency Proof-points/Quotes: 75% of organizations face yearly business model changes affecting applications (2010 IBM Internal Study) Server management and administrative costs are growing while IT budgets are only increasing 1% (IDC) “… the rate of change in the competitive landscape is accelerating beyond the point where the traditional approach of ‘make do and mend’ is enough to ensure an organisation’s survival, let alone its profitability. Over the years our IT systems have become complex and difficult to manage, and as a consequence IT is increasingly finding itself in the position of being a barrier to innovation rather than an enabler of it.” (The Bathwick Group, The road to Smarter Computing) “ At its current pace, IT complexity is doubling every two years. We have seen dramatic increases in processing power, communications bandwidth and data storage.” (Enterprise Systems Journal, “5 Best Practices for Reducing IT Complexity”) "However, as the world grows more interconnected day by day, the ineffectiveness of this siloed approach is increasingly apparent – with economists now estimating US$15 trillion in waste and lost resources each year globally." Source document: http://www.ibm.com/ibm/files/Y067208R89372O94/11The_worlds_4_trillion_dollar_challenge-Executive_Report_1_3MB.pdf Data source: IBM Institute for Business Value analysis based on 2009 survey of 518 economists. "Energy costs continue to climb and yet up to a third of the money that companies spend on power could be wasted(1) owing to inefficient IT infrastructure." Source: ibm.com: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/uk/itsolutions/cross-stg/index.html (1) Quote from DEFRA following joint study with IBM, "Environmentally aware governance of the distributed IT infrastructure". http://www-304.ibm.com/easyaccess/fileserve?contentid=215956 On target but dated 2004: "Global 2000 firms waste $300 million each year on poorly managed IT projects. " Source: http://www.projectsatwork.com/content/articles/218722.cfm "The cost of this inefficiency is high. In 2009, I wrote2 that the direct costs of the Federal Government’s inefficiency with IT is almost $60 billion/year and the indirect costs are close to $300 billion/year. In other words, the direct costs of Federal IT inefficiency are approximately 75% of the total Federal budget for IT (currently $80 B/year) and the indirect costs of this inefficiency are close to 10% of the entire Federal budget (currently $3.4T)." Source: http://www.objectwatch.com/whitepapers/CUEC-PP-002-002.pdf "The way in which IT evolves in complexity and size, combined with the current inefficiency of many IT management processes, leads to an ever-increasing demand for additional personnel to simply maintain the productivity status quo." Source: Forrester report: The IT Automation Imperative Link: http://www.forrester.com/rb/Research/it_automation_imperative/q/id/54934/t/2 IT Size and Growth 31.9 million servers worldwide (IDC Installed Server Forecast January 2010) Between 2000 and 2010 servers up 2x and virtual machines grew 42% CAGR ( IDC 2010 Storage Market View, top storage predictions (Custom Deck for IBM) Internet connected devices - 22B in 2020 (16% CAGR) ( IMS research in an August 16th, 2010 article stated that the number of devices connected to the internet would cross the 5 billion mark in late August and predicts 22 billion devices by 2020. 15.97% CAGR) 1.2 Zettabytes (1.2 trillion gigabytes) exist in “digital universe ” growing at 42% YTY (IDC - 4 Digital Data will grow from 1.2ZB in 2010 to 7ZB by 2015. 5.8 times in 5 years, a CAGR of 42.29%) Data centers have doubled their energy use in the past five years ( 5 Data center energy consumption as doubled since the year 2000. Source: Information Week study. However, recent IDC data center study work reveals a softening in the consumption of power by center type) Since 2000 security vulnerabilities grew eightfold (From 2000 vulnerability disclosures grew from 500 to 4,300, more than 8 times as many for a CAGR of 24.01%. The percentage of vulnerabilities that can be exploited remotely has risen from 45% in 2000 to 95% in 1H 2010, CAGR isn't important since the measurement is capped at 100%. Source: IBM X-Force 2010 mid-year trend and risk report, August 2010) … while dealing with constraints like a flat budget. ( “After a shocking drop of 8.1% in 2009 CIO Budgets saw small increases in 2010 of 1.3%.” Source: The 2010 Gartner Scenario: The Current State and Future Directions of the IT Industry, June 2010) Numbers of Servers and Growth of Servers 1 Source: IDC Installed Server Forecast January 2010 Source: IDC new economics in the data center (2011) Virtual Machines are expected to grow from 1.4M Virtual Machines to 16.6M by 2012, 42.25% CAGR Growth from 2005 to 2010 is 1.4M to 11.6M, 52.64% CAGR 2 Source: IDC 2010 Storage Market View, top storage predictions (Custom Deck for IBM) Data All From IDC and they don‘t contradict themselves, they just discuss different points in time 1. 4 Digital Data will grow from 1.2ZB in 2010 to 7ZB by 2015. 5.8 times in 5 years, a CAGR of 42.29% 2. IDC predicts that between 2009 and 2020 digital data will grow 44 times to 35ZB, basically a growth of .8ZB in 2009 to 35ZB in 2020 for a CAGR of 44.99 3. IDC: Digital Content Grows from .3ZB in 2005 to 2.5ZB in 2012 8 times grows in 7 years for a CAGR of 35.38% Notice all three CAGRs are very close with the first two the closest and those two go out further than the last one Source: IDC Predictions 2011 Welcome to the New Mainstream, December 2, 2011 IDC's Top 10 Enterprise Server Predictions for 2011 (IDC #226698) webcast, January 25, 2011 IDC 2010 Storage Market View, top storage predictions (Custom Deck for IBM) Data Center Energy 5 Data center energy consumption as doubled since the year 2000. Source: Information Week study. However, recent IDC data center study work reveals a softening in the consumption of power by center type. Internet Connected Devices 3 IMS research in an August 16th, 2010 article stated that the number of devices connected to the internet would cross the 5 billion mark in late August and predicts 22 billion devices by 2020. 15.97% CAGR In March 2003 Forrester estimated that there were about 500 million devices connected to the internet but even then predicted billions by the end of the decade. If we use 500M devices in 2003 to 22B in 2020 that is a 24.93% CAGR IT Budgets “ After a shocking drop of 8.1% in 2009 CIO Budgets saw small increases in 2010 of 1.3%.” Source: The 2010 Gartner Scenario: The Current State and Future Directions of the IT Industry, June 2010 IT Budgets anchored in reported 2009 budgets in the IBM STG Needs Database, 2010 Survey Security Concerns Vulnerability Disclosures in the first half of each year grew from 2,300 in 2005 to 4,300 in 2010 a CAGR of 13.3% 6 But from 2000 vulnerability disclosures grew from 500 to 4,300, more than 8 times as many for a CAGR of 24.01% The percentage of vulnerabilities that can be exploited remotely has risen from 45% in 2000 to 95% in 1H 2010, CAGR isn't important since the measurement is capped at 100% Source: IBM X-Force 2010 mid-year trend and risk report, August 2010 Demands for New Service Real-time analytics workloads growing 13% CAGR (IDC Software Forecast 2011) – related server spending growing 13% (3% CAGR) from 2010-2015 (IDC Server Workload Forecast 2011) Collaborative software workloads growing 10% CAGR (IDC Software Forecast 2011) – related server spending growing 11% (2% CAGR) from 2010-2015 (IDC Server Workload Forecast 2011)
  • We’ve tried to start down this path. Multiple approaches have emerged. We are tuning our own systems – using the flexibility of general purpose systems to optimize them for their business environment. However, the time and effort to do this can be significant. Think about the elements shown on the left and the nine steps listed on the right. Is this you? How much time and effort are you spending on these things? Also, think about this – as you do these tasks today, you are only getting the expertise of the people on your staff. Think about the expertise that exists from the thousands of organizations that have done these activities. How can you leverage broader expertise to really get the best tuning possible? Other approaches have emerged. We are taking advantage of the simplicity of appliances and the elasticity of cloud where those approaches make sense. The question is – how can organizations get the best of all three of these options in one system? Leveraging best practices and expertise is the key. As leaders take on the risk of pioneering new approaches within their industries, they need to know their IT will deliver as promised. This typically requires expertise that goes beyond the experience that resides within their organizations.
  • Main Point: The time has come for a new breed of systems. Expert integrated systems are systems with integrated expertise that combine the flexibility of a general purpose system, the elasticity of cloud and the simplicity of an appliance tuned to the workload – fundamentally changing the experience and economics of IT. Speaker Notes: The time has come for a new class of systems: systems with integrated expertise and built for cloud that combine the flexibility of general purpose system, the elasticity of cloud and the simplicity of an appliance Expert integrated systems will fundamentally change both the experience and economics of IT. Expert integrated systems are more than a static stack of self-tuned components—a server here, some database software there, serving a fixed application at the top. Instead, these systems have three truly unique attributes. The first is built-in expertise. Think of expert integrated systems as representing the collective knowledge of thousands of deployments, established best practices, innovative thinking, IT industry leadership, and the distilled expertise of business partners and solution providers. Captured into the system in a deployable form from the base system infrastructure through the application. The second is that expert integrated systems are integrated by design. All the hardware and software components are deeply integrated and tuned in the lab and packaged in the factory into a single ready-to-go system that is optimized for the workloads it will be running.. All of the integration is done for you, by experts. The third is that the entire experience is much simpler – from the moment you start designing what you need to the time you purchase – to setting up the system – to operating, maintaining and upgrading it over time. Management of the entire system of physical and virtual resources is integrated. And all this is done in an open manner enabling participation by a broad ecosystem of partners to bring their industry optimized solutions to bear.
  • Main Point: Announcing the IBM PureSystems family – delivering on the smarter computing promise - the world’s first family that truly delivers all the attributes of expert integrated systems Speaker Notes: Today we are announcing IBM PureSystems family of expert integrated systems. The family leveragee the expertise and best practices from decades of client engagements and optimizations around the world to address ordinarily complex tasks with patterns of expertise. They are fully integrated by design and tuned by IBM labs and factories. And the experience is simplified for you like nothing ever before. Because of this, the IBM PureSystems family truly delivers on the promise of Smarter Computing. The family is built for cloud with: Built-in cloud expertise Integrated cloud management Complete fully-virtualized cloud-ready infrastructure And is an integral part of the IBM SmartCloud The family is designed for data: << more words here >> An clearly these systems are tuned to the task – optimized for the workloads them need to run in a fashion never seen before. << more words here >>
  • Main Point: Announcing the first two members of the IBM PureSystems family – IBM PureFlex and IBM PureApplication Systems. Speaker Notes: Today we are announcing the first two members of IBM PureSystems family of expert integrated systems. Each member is integrated by design with built-in expertise – delivering a truly simplified experience. IBM PureFlex System Expert at sensing and anticipating resource needs to optimize your infrastructure Factory integrated and optimized system infrastructure Integrated management Automation and optimization expertise IBM PureApplication System Expert in optimally deploying and running applications for rapid time-to-value Expert designed, integrated and optimized application aware platform Workload patterns of expertise Simplified management with a single console All PureSystems systems are: Fully optimized Born virtualized Have a no compromise design with system level upgradability Are designed for cloud Let me tell you a little more about the secret sauce in these systems.
  • Main Point: IBM has the broadest open ecosystem of partners ready and able to provide industry expertise and solutions to clients and they now can take advantage of PureSystems Centre to deliver value even faster. Speaker Notes: IBM has the broadest open ecosystem of partners ready and able to provide industry expertise and solutions to clients. As I mentioned, We have developed PureSystems Centre - a catalog and solution showcase that simplifies deployment of partner and IBM applications Clients will be able to access l inks to direct downloads and find such items as: ISVs application patterns Acquire licenses and download of code or fixes Partner “ PureSystems Ready” offerings A single entry is searchable under multiple IBM offerings  PureApplication System, SmartCloud Application Services… A repository of unified content with simple to find new content by category (industry, solution, geo etc) Access to the developer community Speaking of the development community we also have IBM developerWorks IBM developerWorks is the premier web-based technical resource and professional network for millions of IT practitioners, students, and university faculty, and worldwide. 4 million developers worldwide visit developerWorks every month, and we are providing them with the world class content they need to get up to speed on Troy as quickly as possible so that organizations that implement Troy can start seeing results faster. Technical, developer-focused resources available at launch include: Architectural Overview of Troy Overview of Virtual Application Pattern (VAP) Overview of Virtual System Patterns Plugin development kit: When should I extend an existing pattern or create a custom pattern? Learn how easy it is to consume a custom ISV pattern - PHP application with SugarCRM, Ruby on Rails with Troy Develop a VAP for Troy Transparency in Virtual Applications – behind the scenes How to create a virtual appliance with Troy Flex system Video: Partner – technical interview with Saba Technical Demos – Camtasia Basic VSP and VAP Blog – Staged posts on day of announce and continued drum beat afterwards
  • Speaker Notes: IBM ’s SmartCloud technology, designed into the PureSystems family, accelerates your Cloud adoption. IBM SmartCloud is comprised of the industry's most advanced cloud services and software-- designed from the ground up to empower enterprises with unprecedented choice, security and portability as they shift business critical data, activities and processes to the Cloud. In the Platform as a Service model, clients have the ability to use programming languages, tools and services to develop and deploy applications on multi-tenant, shared infrastructure. This also allows for securely controlling deployed applications and simplified environments without the need to manage or control specialized resources. With the PureApplication System, the application lifecycle can be contained in a single system, speeding deployment by up to 100x or more! In the Infrastructure as a Service layer, clients get a secure model for processing, storage, networks, and other computing resources. This also allows for rapidly and elastically provisioning and controlling resources to deploy and run software and services without the need to manage or control the underlying resources. With PureFlex System, this layer is integrated and optimized to drive up to a 55% reduction in management time and cost! In both systems, integrated virtualization and deployment capabilities accelerate your shift to infrastructure and platform Cloud services. PureFlex pre-integration accelerates cloud infrastructure implementation Converged server, storage and network resources pre-configured in factory Virtualization underpins cloud and PureFlex includes integrated physical and virtualization management Option to select entry cloud management with configuration PureApplication System enables rapid delivery of foundation for Platform as a Service and application aware clouds Pre-integrated and optimized middleware and tools to develop and deploy applications on multi-tenant, shared infrastructure Pre-integrated deployment expertise built into patterns to speed the development and delivery of new services SmartCloud capabilities built-in PureFlex has option to select SmartCloud Entry with configuration PureApplication System integrates some SCP capabilities; full SCP in 2013 Can extend capabilities with broader SmartCloud Foundation portfolio SOURCES: Pre-integrated deployment expertise built into patterns to speed the development and delivery of new services with up to 100x faster deployment times ["Haddon Hill cuts millions off IBM WebSphere deployments" case study] Automation expertise can reduce the cost/time required to manage your infrastructure by as much as 55% through automation of key processes like application deployment [Based on 55+ WVE Value Assessments] Application optimization expertise is built into the system reduces the number of unplanned outages by as much as 98% through best practices and automation of manual processes [Based on 55+ WVE Value Assessments]
  • Main Point: There are three types of patterns – some of which come with the system and others, including a broad range of ISV applications, that are available via an easy online catalog. Speaker Notes: Patterns of expertise come in three types: Infrastructure patterns bridge the base system infrastructure elements like servers, storage, network, virtualization and management. Platform patterns bring into play the middleware in addition to the system infrastructure. Application patterns then bring in expertise at the business application level. Many patterns are built-in the system directly out of the box. Still more are available in a catalog for you to easily purchase and download.
  • Speaker Notes: IBM’s SmartCloud technology, designed into the PureSystems family, accelerates your Cloud adoption. IBM SmartCloud is comprised of the industry's most advanced cloud services and software-- designed from the ground up to empower enterprises with unprecedented choice, security and portability as they shift business critical data, activities and processes to the Cloud. In the Platform as a Service model, clients have the ability to use programming languages, tools and services to develop and deploy applications on multi-tenant, shared infrastructure. This also allows for securely controlling deployed applications and simplified environments without the need to manage or control specialized resources. With the PureApplication System, the application lifecycle can be contained in a single system, speeding deployment by up to 100x or more! In the Infrastructure as a Service layer, clients get a secure model for processing, storage, networks, and other computing resources. This also allows for rapidly and elastically provisioning and controlling resources to deploy and run software and services without the need to manage or control the underlying resources. With PureFlex System, this layer is integrated and optimized to drive up to a 55% reduction in management time and cost! In both systems, integrated virtualization and deployment capabilities accelerate your shift to infrastructure and platform Cloud services. PureFlex pre-integration accelerates cloud infrastructure implementation Converged server, storage and network resources pre-configured in factory Virtualization underpins cloud and PureFlex includes integrated physical and virtualization management Option to select entry cloud management with configuration PureApplication System enables rapid delivery of foundation for Platform as a Service and application aware clouds Pre-integrated and optimized middleware and tools to develop and deploy applications on multi-tenant, shared infrastructure Pre-integrated deployment expertise built into patterns to speed the development and delivery of new services SmartCloud capabilities built-in PureFlex has option to select SmartCloud Entry with configuration PureApplication System integrates some SCP capabilities; full SCP in 2013 Can extend capabilities with broader SmartCloud Foundation portfolio SOURCES: Pre-integrated deployment expertise built into patterns to speed the development and delivery of new services with up to 100x faster deployment times ["Haddon Hill cuts millions off IBM WebSphere deployments" case study] Automation expertise can reduce the cost/time required to manage your infrastructure by as much as 55% through automation of key processes like application deployment [Based on 55+ WVE Value Assessments] Application optimization expertise is built into the system reduces the number of unplanned outages by as much as 98% through best practices and automation of manual processes [Based on 55+ WVE Value Assessments]
  • Progression toward transformation starts with optimizing existing assets/processes and leverages best in class technology at transitions Each step balances improvements in efficiency and effectiveness and can be measured by business returns. However, an organization can move to cloud systematically taking one step at a time, or they can move right to a cloud deployment if it aligns best with their strategic vision for the business. As your clients ’ IT partner, you are in a unique position to help them understand their options and lay out a roadmap to cloud. Readying the infrastructure requires the implementation of a Dynamic Infrastructure: consolidate your servers and storage, implement virtualization technologies to increase utilization, standardizing your processes for operational efficiency, automating procedures for a more flexible delivery and enabling clients for self-service. Then you identify common workloads and set up shared resources, and finally, to achieve a true cloud-enabled environment, clients must be able to provision the workloads in a dynamic fashion.
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    • 1. IBM PureSystemsA New Era of Computing © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 2. Profound changes are taking place in every industry Information technology is moving to the strategic center of business Law Enforcement Fraud Prevention 80% CEOs anticipate turbulent change and Traffic bold moves. Control Trading 55% of business executives believe cloud enables business transformation and leaner, faster, more agile With these changes, how can you be a leader? processes. * * Source : 2011 IBM CIO Study, London School of Economics, December 20102 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 3. a new era for Information Technology is ongoing. IT must address the conundrum while dealing with constraints like a flat budget. The inefficiencies of traditional computing get in the way : 2/3Business innovation Smarter Computing go over schedule on their project/ solution Source: IDC Server Virtualization 2009 deployments** Smarter with: ** Source : IBM Market Intelligence Time-To-Value Study, National Analysts, November 2011 • Built-in expertise • Ability to sense and anticipate Traditional • Systems of engagement 54% Computing of surveyed enterprise IT budgets in 2010 were spent on ongoing operations and maintenance costs.*** Technology Innovation *** Source: Forrester Research, Inc. "2011 IT Budget Planning Guide," October 7, 2010 by Craig Symons3 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 4. Multiple approaches have emerged to close the gap Most efficient Client-tuned Systems Appliances Cloud Data Centers can allocate more than half their IT budget to innovation. New projectsBenefits Flexibility Simplicity Agility 53% Control Rapid Deployment Elasticity Maintaining existing infrastructure 47% 2012 IBM Data Center StudyChallenges Time and Shift IT Spend Shared Expense Single Purpose Dependence Required What if you could have the best of all three? IDC’s Cloud Computing Survey, January 2011 n=6034 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 5. The time has come for a new breed of systemsSystems with integrated expertise and built for cloud Built-in Expertise Integration by Design Capturing and Deeply integrating and automating what experts tuning hardware and do – from software – in a ready-to-go the infrastructure workload optimized patterns to the system application patterns Simplified Experience Making every part of the IT lifecycle easier - with integrated management of the entire system and a broad open ecosystem of optimized solutions5 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 6. ANNOUNCING: The world’s first family of expert integrated systems6 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 7. Announcing the first two members of the IBM PureSystems family Infrastructure System: Platform System: Expert Expert at sensing and at optimally anticipating resource deploying and running needs to optimize your applications for rapid infrastructure time-to-value7 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 8. Runs tens of thousands of applications out of the box New IBM PureSystems Centre:  Gain access to a broad community of IBM and certified partner expertise  Download optimized, deployable application patterns from 100+ leading ISV partners  Search by solution area, industry or system Also run your existing applications today*8 © 2012 IBM Corporation The SAP logo is a trademark or registered trademark of SAP AG in Germany and several other countries and is reproduced with the permission of SAP AG. * Unix/Linux and Windows applications
    • 9. Built for cloudPureSystems are cloud ready and built to simplify the transition toCloud leveraging the capabilities of IBM SmartCloud IBM PureApplication System Business Process as a Service 20-30X faster deployment Software as a Service with application patterns expertise in the Cloud Platform as a Service IBM PureFlex System Infrastructure as a Service Accelerate adoption of private clouds with highly Design Deploy Consume integrated expert systems9 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 10. EXPLORING: Intégration des slides que souhaite intégrer Laurent Vanel pour présenter rapidemet PureFlex en techno te FSM si la démo n’est pas intégrée dans La prez.10 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 11. Why IBM PureFlex for Cloud Solutions :Virtualization Ready VMs Optimized Entry Cloud Portal Servers Virtualization SmartCloud entry Storage Virtualization Simplified Secure Platform Management Automatic Discovery Secure by design ComplianceChoice, Standards, Performance perenniality Servers Storage Network 11 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 12. IBM PureSystems extensible with “patterns of expertise”Including built-in cloud capabilities IBM PureFlex IBM PureApplication System System Application 100+ ISV business applications Patterns and Images Available Business intelligence through Images available for Business process managementAvailable patterns client tuning PureSystems images from IBM Web experience Centre and Partners More to come in 2012…Platform Patterns Images available for Web application deployment Expertise across the middleware client tuning Database deploymentand infrastructure Cloud platform management Built-in with Infrastructure Provisioning Patterns flexibility Storage optimization Expertise across the compute Scalability resources Upgradability12 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 13. SCC, seul acteur du cloud à être à la fois : Cloud Hybride Cloud Cloud Builder Services Provider13 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 14. YOUR_CLOUD Catalogue YOUR_CLOUD YOUR_CLOUD YOUR_CLOUD Small Medium LargeStarter : Smart Cloud Entry Oui Oui OUIEntry : Smart Cloud Provisioning Non Oui OuiAdvanced : Smart Cloud Orchestrator Non Oui OuiCapacité VM en moyenne 36 150 250Achat 41 136,00 € 138 668€ 187 138,00 €Equivalent Coût VM/mois 32,00 € 25,00 € 20,00 €En Opex sur 36 mois par VM/mois sans VR 34,28 € 26,50 € 22,36 €Forfait Supervision par mois 24/7 600,00 € 1 600,00 € 2 600,00 €Option Fonction Starter 5 282,00 € 15 064,00 € 23 607,00 €Option Fonction Entry N/A 30 723,00 € 49 705,00 €Option Fonction Advanced N/A Sur devis Sur devisOption Hébergement TIII par SCC par mois 517,00 € (+ 570,00 €) 1 051,00 € (+ 1 190,00 €) 1 220,00 € (+ 1 190,00 €)Option Continuity Support 14 14 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 15. Built for cloud PureSystems are cloud ready and built to simplify the transition to Cloud leveraging the capabilities of IBM SmartCloud IBM PureApplication System Business Process as a Service 20-30X faster deployment Software as a Service with application patterns expertise in the Cloud Platform as a Service IBM PureFlex System Infrastructure as a Service Accelerate adoption of private clouds with highly Design Deploy Consume integrated expert systems15 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 16. Movement from traditional environments to Cloud One Step or An Evolution Many clients are already on the way to cloud with consolidation and virtualization efforts CLOUD Dynamic provisioning for workloads AUTOMATE Operations costs Flexible delivery & Self Service STANDARDIZE Operational Efficiency CapEx costs Energy/cooling costs VIRTUALIZE re Increase Utilization c tu u str fra CONSOLIDATE In e Physical Infrastructure y th d Rea Traditional IT 1616 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 17. Application Deployment on IBM PureApplication System Virtual Application Patterns • Built for the cloud environment • Highly automated, policy based Virtual Systems deployment Existing Middleware • Packaged for virtual • Leverages elastic workload environments management services • Standard software installation • Automated deployment of and configuration on OS middleware topologies • Images created through extend/ Traditional administration • capture and management model • Traditional administration and management model Workload Platform Services Virtualized Middleware Virtualized Infrastructure Services Services Best TCO Improved TCO Standard TCO cloud applications virtualized applications existing applications Good Better Best17 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 18. Virtual Application Pattern • A Virtual Application represents a collection of application components, behavioral policies and their relationships Core components of the pattern include web applications, databases, queues, connections to existing resources, business process models, batch jobs, mediations, etc. Core policies of the pattern include high availability, SLAs, security, multi-tenancy, isolation, etc. Virtual Application Pattern Virtual Application Instance Load balancer Initial instance = 3 WAS cluster configured with session replication18 © 2012 IBM Corporation © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • 19. Application Pattern & Elasticity in the Cloud19 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 20. The Virtual Application Now Maps To: Proxy Server Web App VM Cluster Database VM WAR File HAProxy DB Deployer Deployer WAS Base Deployer JVM Agent DB2 Instance Agent Agent Proxy Service Storage Volume eXtreme Scale Catalog Caching Service WXS Deployer Agent JVM20 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 21. Virtual Application Views Client View Logical View Physical View - VMs PureApplication Deployed VMs Running on Virtual Application IBM PureApplication System 42U Create Builder UI 41U 40U Virtual DB2 39U 38U Application WAS 37U 36U and deploy LDAP 35UIPAS 34UClient 33U 32U 31U DB2 30U 29U 28U 27U 26U 25U 24U LDAP 23U 22U 21U 20U Mgmt 19U 18U 17U 16U 15U 14U WAS 13U 12U 11U 10U 9U 8U 7U 6U Focus is at the application level and not the middleware or topology 5U 4U IPAS generates and deploys the topology needed to run the 3U 2U application 1U 21 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 22. PureApplication Supports Database As A Service (DBaaS) Database Landscape • DB sizes ranging from 0MB to 500GB • 1000’s of MySQL, Sybase and Oracle DBs Expected DB Size Range • 80% of DB2 DBs are less than 250GB DBaaS Goals 7. Dramatic simplification of DB2 – Deployment agility (self-service front end, 0 MB 250 GB 500 GB hibernate/wakeup, etc) – Implicit feature enablement (e.g. security) • 80% by frequency – Improve the “field quality” of database applications by • 30GB average size enforcing best practices implementations • Industrialization of DB hosting (Data Center Economics) – Automated operations – Standards – Isolation • Improve speed of adoption – Make it trivial to get a new DB – Easy movement of DBs into IBM’s DBaaS22 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 23. IBM Cognos BI Virtual Application (3Q12)  Rapid Deployment  Automated Scaling  Load Balancing  Highly Available  Optimized23 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 24. Enteprise Applications Catalog for your Cloud IBM IBM IBM IBM Social Business Smart Smart Business Analytics SOA BPM24 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 25. PureSystems simplify the journey to deploy fully enterprise grade Cloudenvironments … IBM PureSystems Foundation Platform as a Service Technologies Provides a starting point to deploy and subsequently expand an enterprise’s Cloud environment Lifecycle Resources Environments Applications Integration Core IaaS – PureFlex Core PaaS – PureApplication System Infrastructure as a Service Technologies Deploy advanced Cloud environments by leveraging additional capabilities in the IBM SmartCloud Foundation Infrastructure Management Performance Security UsageEnables private/hybrid clouds and the virtualization, automation and management of cloud services.25 © 2012 IBM Corporation

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