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While service-based infrastructure can improve TCO and streamline IT management, it also presents some challenges that need to be met head-on. How do you ensure your data is secure in transit and......

While service-based infrastructure can improve TCO and streamline IT management, it also presents some challenges that need to be met head-on. How do you ensure your data is secure in transit and available when you need it? How do you manage and communicate with your infrastructure? How do you enable service quality metrics and disaster recovery? And, how do you integrate data from legacy systems with data from web-based systems? Join AT&T and Informatica as they share their experience in building and managing cloud applications and infrastructure.

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  • 1. Building and Managing Cloud Applications and Infrastructure Rich Froble, AT&T Ron Papas, Informatica © 2010 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property.
  • 2. Agenda Building and Managing Cloud Applications & Infrastructure Industry Trends Common Delivery Models SaaS Enabling Technologies – Utility and Cloud – Transforming Applications – Creating End-End Application Solutions Data Integration Challenges and Solutions Page 2
  • 3. What does the market look like today? 32% Top Challenges for ISVs Delivering SaaS Application End Users North American Enterprises Performance Business Processes plan to adopt or increase Key Transactions use of SaaS applications Source: Forrester Research Solution Availability Enterprise and SMB Global IT Budget and Spending Survey, Q2 2009 Reliability Fault Tolerance Technology Interoperability Multiple Layers Security Data, Users, Information Processes, Compliance 71% North American Enterprises Control Management Services Presentation of data Accessibility of Infrastructure considering, piloting, Modernization of Applications & implementing or expanding Data Integration business processes. utility/cloud soltutions Web Services & Mashups. Source: Forrester Research Enterprise IT Services Survey, North America & Europe Q2, 2009 Page 3
  • 4. Common Delivery Models Service-based  Self-Service Ordering  Subscription based  API Driven Multi-Tenant  “Atomic” tasks/Cloud Based  Moving towards SaaS  Sold in a metered fashion  Application Virtualization  Integration with Eco-Systems Potentially some SOA  SOA-based Applications13 Single-Tenant capabilities  Single Technology Stack per  Internal Mash-ups possible. customer.  Template based business logic  Some SOA capabilities Configuration vs. Customization Economies of Scale   Colo Hosted Model, mixed managed  High degree of Customization Low SaaS Sophistication High Page 4
  • 5. Transforming Application architectures AT&T Supports a broad array of SaaS Enabling Architectures Dedicated Virtual Utility Cloud Client #1 Client #1 A B C A B C A B C D E F D E F D E F Client #2 Client #2 AT&T Business Direct and MAST Portal Built to Order Better Utilization Dynamic Capacity Self Service Managed Hosting Synaptic Compute SynapticSM Hosting Remote Infrastructure Management as a Service ToplineISV ToplineISV SaaS ToplineISVSM SaaS Enablement Enabling Incubation Center Technologies Page 5
  • 6. Creating end-to-end application solutions AT&T can help you deliver powerful application solutions by combining hosting, application management, security, CDN, cloud services and more… Fast  Reliable  Scalable  Secure Web Application Fixed Content Dynamic Cached Content Content Quality of Application Service Management Utility & Cloud Application Comprehensive Acceleration lifecycle support Adaptive IT capacity Hosted Infrastructure CDN Nodes Security Robust, multi- Hosting Content layered approach Reliable facilities and infrastructure Delivery Cloud Storage Content close to Data Integration end users Dynamically scalable storage capacity Synchronization/Replication/ Integrity/Loading/Monitor/ Reporting Page 6
  • 7. Agenda Building and Managing Cloud Applications & Infrastructure Industry Trends Common Delivery Models SaaS Enabling Technologies – Utility and Cloud – Transforming Applications – Creating End-End Application Solutions Data Integration Challenges and Solutions Page 7
  • 8. Primary Cloud Integration Use Cases: Load Synchronize Cleanse Replicate Data Data Data Data Your Company 8
  • 9. Cloud Integration Options 1 2 3 4 Hand Code Outsource On-Premise Cloud Services Tools “ You need to consider integration for what it is: the mother of all single points of failure. David Linthicum ” Author, Cloud Computing and SOA Convergence in Your Enterprise 9
  • 10. The Advantage of Integration as a Service For Customers For ISVs Rapid Deployment Reduced Dev Costs www.informaticacloud.com Utility Pricing Rapid Innovation • Running on AT&T Minimal Training • +500 customers Best of Breed Tech Fewer IT Resources • +20K jobs/day Greater Scalability • + 5B rows/month Seamless Upgrades Expand Your Market Usage Tracking Focus on Your Core Migrate Synch Monitor Replicate Custom 10
  • 11. Questions & Discussion Visit us at Booth # 300 © 2010 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property.