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    • 1. Dell & VMware Deliver Enterprise Cloud Building on Your Existing Framework
      John von Voros, Dell Cloud Services
    • 2. Cloud Computing: Dell’s working definition and characteristics
      Providing scalable IT solutions
      as a service over the Internet.
      • “Elastic” - scale up or down
      • 3. On demand, self-service
      • 4. Highly automated
      • 5. Consumption-based billing
      • 6. Unlimited processing and storage
      • 7. Open and non-proprietary
    • Cloud Services implementation models
      There are two complementary approaches to implementing cloud services, each with their own pros and cons
      PublicCloud
      Services
      PrivateCloud
      Services
      No external dependencies on delivery of service level
      Control of security, audit
      Data can remain onsite
      Requires scale for model viability
      Minimal capital requirements, no upfront risk/commitments
      Costs scale with usage
      Scale capacity up/down
      Choices emerge
      …One Size Does Not Fit All For Cloud Services
    • 8. Cloud Models: The CIO decision path
      Tradeoffs will force CIOs to evaluate private cloud services and a new category of cloud services – hybrid cloud services
      CIO
      strategic and practical considerations
      Private Cloud
      Services
      On-PremisePrivate Cloud
      HostedPrivate Cloud
      Hybrid cloud services critical to bridging tradeoffs
      Public Cloud
      Services
      Scale out architectures
      (Virtualized production, Development on demand and Storage on demand)
      Application resources
      (IT management on-demand, business apps on demand)
      Hybrid Cloud Services
      Dedicated, but Hosted by
      3rd party
      Hosted by
      Internal IT
    • 9. Four Primary Use Cases
      Each Implementedby VMwareCustomers
      Shared Infrastructure for Multiple LOBs
      (Multiple LOBs, datacenter consolidation, etc)
      Private / Hybrid Cloud
      Rapid Deployment
      (Lab, Demo, Test, etc)
      Global Access
      (Bring Apps Close to Users for performance, etc)
      Public / Hybrid Cloud
      Temporary or Elastic Capacity(Seasonal, projects, batch processing, DR/failover, etc)
    • 10. The Dell point-of-view
      Migrating traditional in-sourced IT service workloads to Cloud Services requires a careful assessment based on application workload characteristics
      Business Requirements
      • Scale-out app
      • 11. Runs well in virtualized environment
      • 12. Not tied to legacy systems
      • 13. Latency tolerant
      • 14. New / modern app development
      What makes a good cloud app workload?
      Can I leverage a Cloud Service?
      Workloads
      Is the application suitable for the Cloud?
      Is the deployment optimized?
      Architecture
    • 15. VMware vCloud Director
      Objective
      • Abstract, organize and allocate vSphere resources for multi-tenancy
      • 16. Provide end users a self-service portal to request and access workloads
      Features
      • Resource abstraction, allocation, and separation – virtual datacenters
      • 17. Organizations – security boundaries
      • 18. API for cloud management and interoperability
      End user
      • Cloud web portal for users
      • 19. Catalogs of vApps (workloads)
      • 20. Access control
    • Realizing Hybrid Cloud with vCloud Connector
      Access vCloud Connector directly inside vSphere Client
    • 21. vCloud Hybrid Cloud Model
      Dell vCloud
      On Premise
      Dell Confidential
    • 22. vCloud Hybrid Cloud Model
    • 23. Dell Cloud with VMware vCloud™ Datacenter Services Offering
      Three Compute Capacity Options Available
      Compute by the Hour
      Pay As You Go (PAYGO)
      Compute by the Month
      Reserved
      Compute by the Blade
      Dedicated
      MULTI-TENANT
      No Minimum Commitment
      Capacity Subject to Availability
      MULTI-TENANT
      At Least 1 Year Commitment
      100% Guaranteed Availability
      SINGLE-TENANT
      At Least 1 Year Commitment
      Customer “Owns” Server
      vCPU
      vCPU
      RAM
      RAM
      RAM
      RAM
      Charged per hours used
      Charged per month reserved
      Charged per month per blade
      Additional Components & Options
      SecureWorks
      SATA or high performance SAS Data Storage
      Support for Windows or SUSE Linux
      f5 Load Balancing
      vShield Edge & Vshield App Security
      Basic or ProSupport
      SecureWorks
      Security
    • 24. Consulting Services help advancevirtualization, improving time-to-value
      • Complete end-to-end services
      • 25. Limited duration, high impact
      • 26. Clear phases and decision points
      • 27. Flexible, modular approach
      Efficient architecture workshop
      Technology introduction proof of concept
      Accelerator
      Custom design and implementation
      Technology IntroductionProof of Concept
      Dell-facilitated engagement addresses key technology and related business challenges, including topics such as self-service provisioning and automation of operational tasks
      Explore use cases of leading edge technologies as a Proof of Concept (POC) to make informed deployment decisions
      Combines a readiness assessment, design and implementation, and has a predefined scope and limited integration points
      Full-production roll out
    • 28.
    • 29. Thank You for coming to see us!