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  • 1. © 2013 IBM Corporation Cloud Computing: FPT Workshop – August 29 2013 Le Tran Nguyen Architect Manager, Cloud Manager, IBM Vietnam nguyenlt@vn.ibm.com
  • 2. © 2013 IBM Corporation Agenda Cloud Computing Approach in Education Deployment Model & Cloud Patterns IBM Cloud Solution Offering & Other Vendors Customer References Q&A
  • 3. © 2013 IBM Corporation 3 3 3 The world is connected: economically, socially and technically. An educated workforce, scientific research, and innovation are all essential to the development of a sustainable economy where today’s students will be: Doing jobs that have not been invented yet - Estimates are 85% of the jobs today’s learners will be doing don’t yet exist - The top 10 in-demand jobs in 2010 did not exist in 2004 Using technologies that don’t currently exist Solving problems we don’t know are problems yet
  • 4. © 2013 IBM Corporation 4 Education Needs Our Value Proposition Solution Components Smarter Classroom Analytics of aligned student data for improved outcomes Open education resources and tools for personalized learning and teaching Education Quality Access to Learning Enabling Student Success and Skills Data analytics and tools for institutional performance and asset management Redesigned business processes and open standards for interoperability Smart Administration Reducing Costs Improving Efficiencies Optimizing Educational System Operations Innovation in Research World class high performance computing tools and infrastructure Aligning research initiatives to support economic recovery and sustainability Accelerating Scientific Discoveries Economic Value through Innovation Learning DiscoveringManaging Cloud Computing Open Platforms Shared Services Common Infrastructure Components Education leaders are focusing on three aspects for critical improvements in education and its contribution to society. Accelerate research discovery and innovation capabilities Improve teaching effectiveness and student outcomes Maximize operational efficiency & effectiveness
  • 5. © 2013 IBM Corporation Agenda Cloud Computing Approach in Education Deployment Model & Cloud Patterns IBM Cloud Solution Offering Customer References Q&A
  • 6. © 2013 IBM Corporation What is cloud computing? Cloud computing is a style of computing in which business processes, applications, data, and IT resources are provided as Services to users Reduced CostVIRTUALIZATION STANDARDIZATION AUTOMATION Public cloud Private cloud Cloud Consu mersAccess Services Hybrid Clouds Private Clouds Public Clouds Combine elements of public and private clouds Customer IT buys the capability to deliver cloud services within the enterprise Customer rents the capability CLOUD MODELS A user experience & business model • Standardized, self service offerings • Rapidly provisioned services • Flexibly priced Scalable & cost efficient IT • Virtualized resources • Managed as a single large resource • Delivered services with elastic scaling Business Perspective IT Perspective
  • 7. © 2013 IBM Corporation The current period is ripe for establishing leadership in Cloud Computing Source: IBM Market Insights Assessment, with IDC, Gartner and other data source inputs and IPR consultation through August 2010 We’re here Organizations will continue to adopt Cloud based on these key benefits: Cost Savings Efficiency via the correct mix of delivery models Flexibility Broad and growing portfolio of innovative offerings Security Range of security services both for the Cloud and from the Cloud Ease of Use Intuitive user interfaces Scalability Scalable environment able to address needs of global clients 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
  • 8. © 2013 IBM Corporation 8 Cloud Services Cloud Computing Model What Cloud Computing means for Education? Self Service Virtualization Standardization A user experience and a business model Standardized offerings Rapidly provisioned Flexibly priced Virtualized resources Managed as a single large resource Delivering services with elastic scaling In Education, Cloud is driven by: Self-Service Economies of Scale Technology Advancement An infrastructure management and services delivery method
  • 9. © 2013 IBM Corporation 9 Centralized Infrastructure Network Services provide high speed connectivity between thin clients and servers Integrated Portal provides consolidated access to applications and content VIRTUALIZED DESKTOP SERVICES Students, Faculty, Teachers and Staff Public Infrastructure IBM Public Clouds Legacy Desktop Services Open Education Resources Web Services from IBM and others for collaboration and productivity Classrooms, labs and mobile access built around virtual desktops Thin Clients and Mobile Devices allow every user to access services easily Virtualized Cloud Services centrally supports a distributed set of campuses and classrooms IBM hosted delivery as an option Open Source eLearning & ePortfolios Courseware, Content and Services Business Analytics provides insights on student performance Virtualized computer resources of legacy desktop applications and services, using Open Source to lower costs. Cloud Computing Components for Education On Demand Workplace INFORMATION ON DEMAND BROADBAND INFRASTRUCTURE Industry Standard Framework Administrative Services provide for management of resources and assets to support learning
  • 10. © 2013 IBM Corporation IaaS: Cut IT expense, reduce risk and complexity through a cloud enabled data center PaaS: Accelerate time to market with cloud platform services SaaS: Gain immediate access with business solutions on cloud Innovate business models by becoming a cloud service provider Cloud adoption patterns are emerging backed by proven best practices
  • 11. © 2013 IBM Corporation11 IBM internal use only—not for client distribution Cloud Computing in System view IT Cost Visibility & Optimization Traditional On-Premises Infrastructure as a Service Platform as a Service Software as a Service in-house management Customization, higher costs, slower time to value Standardization; lower costs; faster time to value Application resources vendor manages Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Cloud instance Application decouple Cloud instance Cloud instance
  • 12. © 2013 IBM Corporation12 IBM internal use only—not for client distribution Agenda Cloud Computing Approach in Education Deployment Model & Cloud Patterns IBM Cloud Solution Offering & Other Vendors Customer References Q&A
  • 13. © 2013 IBM Corporation 13 Centralized Infrastructure Network Services provide high speed connectivity between thin clients and servers Integrated Portal provides consolidated access to applications and content VIRTUALIZED DESKTOP SERVICES Students, Faculty, Teachers and Staff Public Infrastructure IBM Public Clouds Legacy Desktop Services Open Education Resources Web Services from IBM and others for collaboration and productivity Classrooms, labs and mobile access built around virtual desktops Thin Clients and Mobile Devices allow every user to access services easily Virtualized Cloud Services centrally supports a distributed set of campuses and classrooms IBM hosted delivery as an option Open Source eLearning & ePortfolios Courseware, Content and Services Business Analytics provides insights on student performance Virtualized computer resources of legacy desktop applications and services, using Open Source to lower costs. Cloud Computing Components for Education On Demand Workplace INFORMATION ON DEMAND BROADBAND INFRASTRUCTURE Industry Standard Framework Administrative Services provide for management of resources and assets to support learning
  • 14. © 2011 IBM Corporation14 Mouse over to visualize portfolio view Click to jump to the portfolio view i Mouse over for more information
  • 15. © 2011 IBM Corporation15 The IBM SmartCloud Framework view groups IBM's capabilities for Cloud Computing into the major categories of SmartCloud Foundation, SmartCloud Services and SmartCloud Solutions. SmartCloud Foundation covers primarily private Cloud implementation technologies and services SmartCloud Services are Cloud capabilities hosted by IBM SmartCloud Solutions captures the SaaS and BPaaS offerings IBMSmartCloud Portfolio by Cloud Framework i i Mouse over for more information
  • 16. © 2011 IBM Corporation16 The brand view groups IBM's Cloud Computing portfolio into Business Units and Brands IBMSmartCloud Portfolio by Cloud Framework i i Mouse over for more information
  • 17. © 2011 IBM Corporation17 Infrastructure Platform Management and Administration Availability and Performance Security and Compliance Usage and Accounting Enterprise Application Services Application Lifecycle Application Resources Application Environments Application Management Integration IBMSmartCloud Services Infrastructure and Platform as a Service Smarter Commerce Smarter Cities Social BusinessBusiness Analytics and Optimization Infrastructure Platform Management and Administration Availability and Performance Security and Compliance Usage and Accounting Infrastructure as a Service Technologies Platform as a Service Technologies Application Lifecycle Application Resources Application Environments Application Management Integration Enterprise+ IaaS Consulting & Implementation IBMSmartCloud Foundation Private and Hybrid Clouds PaaS Consulting & Implementation BPaaS / SaaS Consulting & Implementation Cloud Strategy IBMSmartCloud Solutions Software and Business Process as a Service IaaS PaaS SaaS BPaaS Cloud Components Cloud Services Consume cloud services over Internet Hardware & software to architect and build private or hybrid clouds Consulting & Implementation Services Design my cloud Home Clickonfigure i Mouse over for more information i i i
  • 18. © 2011 IBM Corporation Collect, report, and bill based on service usage and costs Infrastructure technologies that help our customers gain strategic business value by moving beyond virtualization to cloud service delivery Infrastructure Platform Security and Compliance Availability and Performance Management and Administration Usage and Accounting Ensure continued business operations with a proven, secure and resilient infrastructure designed to meet the needs of each workload Improve performance of infrastructure and gain insight into operations and service delivery Standardized, automated services that can be rapidly deployed on a highly scalable cloud infrastructure Unlock resources from constraints, improve utilization, cost effectiveness and performance Usage and Accounting IBMSmartCloud Foundation IBMSmartCloud Services Platform as a Service Technologies Infrastructure as a Service Technologies Infrastructure Platform Usage and Accounting Availability and Performance Management and Administration Security and Compliance Application Lifecycle Application Resources Application Environments Application Management Integration Platform as a Service Technologies Infrastructure as a Service Technologies Infrastructure Platform Usage and Accounting Availability and Performance Management and Administration Security and Compliance Application Lifecycle Application Resources Application Environments Application Management Integration Framework Home
  • 19. © 2011 IBM Corporation Manage and integrate enterprise applications through open, standards based, secure cloud platform of new enterprise IT workloads will be Cloud-based or Hybrid by 2015 Platform technologies that help our customers leverage the Cloud with certainty and choice through a secure and scalable platform Application Lifecycle Application Resources Application Environments Application Management Integration Support effective deployment and management of third party applications with optimized deployment and management capabilities tuned to the specific application Accelerate with certainty the deployment of your applications with purpose built services Integrated, team-based development and deployment process for predictive and error-free deployment Leverage shared services to reduce the cost and simplify the development and delivery of cloud applications Usage and Accounting IBMSmartCloud Foundation IBMSmartCloud Services Platform as a Service Technologies Infrastructure as a Service Technologies Infrastructure Platform Usage and Accounting Availability and Performance Management and Administration Security and Compliance Application Lifecycle Application Resources Application Environments Application Management Integration Platform as a Service Technologies Infrastructure as a Service Technologies Infrastructure Platform Usage and Accounting Availability and Performance Management and Administration Security and Compliance Application Lifecycle Application Resources Application Environments Application Management Integration Framework Home
  • 20. © 2011 IBM Corporation IBMSmartCloud Solutions Software and Business Process as a Service Smarter Commerce IBM Unica Marketing Operations OnDemand IBM Unica Email Optimization IBM Unica eMessage IBM Unica MailboxIQ IBM Sterling B2B Cloud Services IBM Sterling Transportation Management System IBM Sterling e-Invoicing IBM Sterling Configure, Price, Quote on Cloud IBM Sterling File Transfer Service IBM Coremetrics Digital Marketing Optimization Suite IBM Coremetrics Enterprise Analytics IBM Coremetrics Syndicate Tag Manager Social Business IBM SmartCloud for Social Business IBM SmartCloud Social Collaboration for Government IBM BlueworksLive Smarter Cities IBM Intelligent Operations Center for Cloud IBM Intelligent Transportation on IBM SmartCloud IBM Intelligent Water on IBM SmartCloud Business Analytics and Optimization IBM SPSS Decision Mgt Platform as a Service IBM BAO Strategic IP Insight Platform IBM Cognos Business Intelligence 20 Smarter Commerce Smarter Cities Social BusinessBusiness Analytics and Optimization IBMSmartCloud Solutions Software and Business Process as a Service Framework Home Other Business Processes IBM Global Expense Reporting Solution (GERS) IBM Payment Systems Solution IBM Smart Business End User Support Self Enablement Portal Service Desk Direct Service Desk Ticketing
  • 21. © 2011 IBM Corporation Platform services IBM SmartCloud Application Services (beta) Rational Solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management on the IBM SmartCloud IBM Cast Iron Live IBMSmartCloud Services Infrastructure and Platform as a Service 21 Managed Services on SCE+ IBM SmartCloud for SAP Applications Framework Home i Mouse over for more information SmartCloud Resilience Services • IBM SmartCloud Managed Backup • Data Protection Analysis • IBM SmartCloud Archive • IBM SmartCloud Virtualized Server Recovery i Managed Services IBM Tivoli Live Service Manager IBM Rational AppScan OnDemand IBM Managed Security Services Hosted Application Security Management Hosted Mobile Security Device Management Hosted Vulnerability Management Security and Event Log Management Force Threat Analysis Infrastructure Cloud Services IBM SmartCloud Enterprise SCE Showcase Images on SCE Object Storage IBM SmartCloud Innovation Center IBM SmartCloud Enterprise + IBM SmartCloud Enterprise+ for System z – z/OS IBM SmartCloud for Government (US) i i
  • 22. © 2011 IBM Corporation Cloud Deployment Offering Options New/Existing Hardware Infrastructure: Supported Hypervisors SmartCloud Provisioning & Management x86 Unix Mainframe IBM PureFlex System VMWare, KVM, HyperV, PowerVM zVM Cloud Service Delivery (e.g. SC Entry, Provisioning, ISDM Portfolio) Service Catalog Middleware and DB Provisioning Health and Usage Monitoring Metering and Chargeback Advanced Application Pattern Provisioning Workflow Engine Approvals and Notifications Reporting for Capacity Planning Server, Storage and Network Provisioning Application & Workload Deployment (e.g. IBM Workload Deployer) Pre-built Application Templates Application Pattern Deployment Dynamic sizing based on demand System Director, VMControl, etcSystem Management Middleware and Database Packages Hardware and Software Integration System Configuration and Optimization Customer Provided Capabilities Private Cloud IBM Hosted & Managed We Offer Deployment Choices Virtualized Infrastructure Infrastructure aaS (IaaS) Platform aaS (PaaS)
  • 23. © 2013 IBM Corporation23 IBM internal use only—not for client distribution Flex Traditional On-Premises Infrastructure as a Service Platform as a Service Software as a Service Customization, higher costs, slower time to value Standardization; lower costs; faster time to value IBM offers end-to-end solutions enabling clients’ IT cost visibility and systems management optimization – Cloud in The Box Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization O/S Middleware Runtime Data Applications IT Cost Visibility & Optimization IBM PureApp & PureData IBM Flex System IBM PureFlex IBM PureApp & PureData
  • 24. © 2013 IBM Corporation24 IBM internal use only—not for client distribution Applications Storage Networking Virtualization ManagementCompute Tools Flexible and open choice in a fully integrated system Approaching with Integrated by Design
  • 25. © 2013 IBM Corporation25 IBM internal use only—not for client distribution Integrated by Design Compute Nodes Power 2S/4S* x86 2S/4S V7000Expansion in/out of chassis Storage Nodes Flex System Manager Management Appliance Expansion PCIe, Dedicated Storage IBM Pure System Building Blocks IBM PureApplication System …with compute, storage, networking, physical and virtual management & entry cloud management …with middleware designed for transactional web applications & enabled for cloud Platform System Chassis 14 half-wide bays for nodes 10/40GbE, FCoE, IB 8/16Gb FC Networking Infrastructure System A Continuum of Value from Building Blocks to Systems Better Economics, Better Business Velocity, and Better Experience with IT
  • 26. © 2013 IBM Corporation26 IBM internal use only—not for client distribution GENERAL PURPOSE INTEGRATED SYSTEMS UCS Blades UCS Rack IBM PureFlex System IBM PureApplication System Smart Analytics ProLiant BladeSystem Integrity (Itanium) Sun Blade Sun Fire (x86) SPARC M, T, SuperCluster System x BladeCenter POWER VirtualSystem CloudSystem (Matrix, Enterprise, SolProvider) Unified Computing System (UCS) VCE Vblock NetApp FlexPod Exadata Exalytics Exalogic “Traditional” system – configure any way you want, run whatever you want “Single purpose” system – optimized to one thing, drop it in and go What customers are beginning to want – The flexibility and choice of traditional system, but the simplified use and deployment of an appliance Competitive Offerings and Tactics for IBM PureSystems APPLIANCES Netezza AppSystem Database Appliance Big Data Appliance 9/18/2013
  • 27. © 2013 IBM Corporation27 IBM internal use only—not for client distribution Agenda Cloud Computing Approach in Education Deployment Model & Cloud Patterns IBM Cloud Solution Offering & Other Vendors Customer References Q&A
  • 28. © 2013 IBM Corporation Cloud Enabled Datacenter Cloud Platform Services Cloud Service Provider Business Solutions on Cloud IBM is working with universities in each of these areas to help them achieve real business value
  • 29. © 2013 IBM Corporation Cloud Platform for Information Systems R&D Ho Chi Minh City University of Information Technology (or UIT) is a member of Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City. This project is to setup a R&D lab for information systems based on cloud computing - providing IaaS and PaaS (DBaaS, GIS applications) to researchers and students. This is also a research lab for cloud computing with focus on PaaS in collaboration with Cloud Labs (developing patterns for DBaaS, web applications, GIS applications, etc). DOU between UIT and Cloud Labs ASEAN for collaboration in cloud computing and participation in IBM Cloud Academy. First PureFlex in Vietnam and first PureFlex+IWD in ASEAN Solution Components: IBM PureFlex System Enterprise: p260 & x 240 Storwize V7000, IWD ISDM
  • 30. © 2013 IBM Corporation University of Technology - Cloud Computing R&D Lab Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT) was established in 1957 and has been recognized as a centre of excellence among technological universities in Vietnam. The university signed DOU with IBM on setup of cloud computing lab and SSME in 2009 and joined IBM Cloud Academy in 2011 The cloud computing R&D lab focus on key research topics such as cloud security, HPC cloud and virtual computing lab. The university is participating in setup of national HPC Cloud Solution Components: IBM Blade Center HS23 SAN Storage DS3524 SCP (including IWD)
  • 31. © 2013 IBM Corporation The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce Extends e-Learning to the iPad with IBM Smart Business Desktop Cloud Business Challenge – The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) is the oldest private non-profit higher education offering degrees in Business Administration, Accounting, Economics, Humanities, Science, Communication Arts, Engineering and Law. The University has over 20,000 undergraduate and graduate students – Computer based learning in UTCC was delivered to a mix of student-owned devices as well as computer lab PCs. UTCC’s challenges were: • Distributing to and supporting UTCC learning applications on student-owned devices (5,000 new users every year) • Computer lab PCs were insufficient to support students which did not have access to their own computing devices – Additionally, UTCC wanted to introduce the use of the industry leading iPad tablet device by issuing each AY 2011 student with an iPAD. However, its existing learning applications could not run natively on the iPad Solution – IBM proposed a Desktop Cloud system to provide a single learning access platform • An SBDC infrastructure to be built in UTCC’s main campus in Bangkok • Phase 1 to cover 300 concurrent student accesses – those of the foreign language class • Students to access the Windows-based learning applications using their iPads • Computer labs to be re-equipped with Thin Client devices progressively, thus lowering TCO of the labs Benefits – Lowered operational and support costs: • UTCC technical staff no longer need to undertake the gruelling distribution of applications to 5,000 incoming students. Ongoing support is greatly simplified – UTCC is able to take its e-Learning to a higher level with the iPad – User crunch at UTCC’s computer labs eased
  • 32. © 2013 IBM Corporation 32 HPC Cloud: HPC-as-a-Service Model IBM and NTU join collaborative effort to converge Cloud Computing and HPC Business challenge • To provide the capabilities needed to meet the HPC Requirements for the NTU Research community. • To provide and promote Parallel Computational training and consultation for the Research community at NTU, including: • Understand earth Teutonic movements • Simulation of flight dynamics • Scientific Computational Research • Rendering of animation and movies Rethinking IT • IBM Smart Cloud Solution with Tivoli’s TSAM and STG’s HPC Cloud Management Suite NTU’s cutting-edge research is supported with HPC and a Green solutions approach Business challenge • To continuously advance to the next level of research, NTU needed a new High Performance Computing (HPC) Centre that can manage extensive data handling, compute-intensive analysis and large-scale modeling. Rethinking IT • 300 units of IBM System x “iDataFlex” • Green Data Centre Design that significantly reduces power consumption • IBM hardware design virtually eliminates data centre cooling requirements, enabling further cost and energy savings. Nanyang Technological University doing First-of-a-Kind work on the convergence of Cloud Computing and High Performance Computing
  • 33. © 2013 IBM Corporation Dr. Mladen Vouk, “the father of VCL” Professor and Head of Computer Science Department, and Associate Vice-Provost for Information Technology North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC Students “The applications you need when you need them” Faculty “Go from days to hours a month of management” University IT “Increase efficiency by reducing redundancy” A partnership with IBM and others, to develop a new generation of IT resources • VCL project development started in 2002 • NCSU production use started in 2004 • Support for both HPC & non-HPC workloads • Awards incl. Computerworld Honors Prog. Laureate • Currently NCSU VCL - is open to 30,000+ NCSU student and faculty, and res250,000 plus in NC - has 2,000 plus Blades in production - delivers over 460,000 CPU hours to general reservations (desktops, sub-clouds, classroom, etc.) annually, and over 7,000,000 HPC CPU hours. • Number of user sites in and outside NC, e.g., NC Community College System, UNC System Universities, Virginia VCL consortium (GMU just won a significant award for its VCL), GSU, UMBC, GSU, TTP, UofSC, Southern, Cal State System, Montana, NYU, etc. NC State Cloud Computing is powered by its Virtual Computing Laboratory technology
  • 34. © 2013 IBM Corporation • Give students a platform to create innovative solutions for local communities and businesses in southern Italy. Business challenge • Elastic, cloud-based services from sensors, market systems and GPS data, connecting university, private sector and government agencies. Rethinking IT • Cut shipping times for local deliveries in half. • More efficient supply chain with fishermen completing transactions with merchants while still at sea. • Winemakers increase quality with constant soil- condition monitoring. Reinventing business Cloud in action: University of Bari Students at Italy’s University of Bari use IBM SmartCloud to create innovative solutions to help the local economy
  • 35. © 2013 IBM Corporation 35 North Carolina State University makes a breakthrough in access to research & academic computing resources with cloud computing. 150% increase 75% savings in students served per application license and projected software licensing costs up to Business challenge: More than 31,000 students, nearly 8,000 faculty and staff. Growing demand for academic computing resources demanded a fundamental change in how the way it managed them. Rethinking IT Cloud computing model for provisioning technology offers quantum improvement in access, efficiency and convenience over traditional computer labs. Reinventing business “Our goal was to rethink the way we met the academic computing needs. By collaborating with IBM, we are now better able to deliver on that mission.” —Mladen Vouk, head of the Department of Computer Science, NC State University
  • 36. © 2013 IBM Corporation IBM’s Future Direction for Cloud in Education
  • 37. © 2013 IBM Corporation The mission of the IBM Cloud Academy is to provide an organization for K-12 schools and higher education institutions who are actively integrating cloud technologies into their infrastructures to share best practices in the use of clouds and to collaborate with partners to create innovative cloud technologies and models. IBM & Education: collaborating for innovation IBM Cloud Academy From IBM Cloud Academy Charter as developed by initial member institutions, 1Q 2010

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