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Go beyond job scheduling

  1. 1. go beyond job scheduling: webcast series: part #2 November 10, 2010 Workload Automation in the Cloud
  2. 2. speakers for today’s webcast Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #2 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved. Prabhakar Gopalan Product Marketing CA Technologies Pat O‟Day CTO Bluelock Terry Lyons Staff Technologist VMware
  3. 3. “Go Beyond Job Scheduling” webcast series Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #2 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved. http://www.ca.com/lpg/workload-automation-webcast-series All webcasts start at 11AM EDT Webcast #1: October 20, 2010 Technology trends in job scheduling to enable datacenter 2.0 Webcast #2: November 10, 2010 Workload Automation for the Cloud Webcast #3: December 8, 2010 Workload Automation for Applications Webcast #4: January 12, 2011 Replacing outdated job schedulers made easy Webcast #5: February 9, 2011 What’s New in CA Workload Automation? Today’s webcast Register for a chance to win a free iPad®* * Rules, restrictions, details will be available on webcast registration site
  4. 4. Cloud Hosting Private Public Batch ERP J2EE Apps IaaS Workloads today’s topics Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #2 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved.
  5. 5. Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #2 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved. Dynamic Datacenter Job Scheduling Defined processes & IT centric Job Management Consolidated & pooled resources Workload Automation Cloud aware, dynamic resources & workloads enablers for data center transformation > Business oriented > Dynamic workload placement > Business event driven > Business & IT Integrated > Dynamic event driven > Dynamic infrastructure > Service-oriented > Application workloads > IT centric scheduling > Workload scheduling > Static workload placement > IT event driven job management Cloud Computing & Virtualization
  6. 6. Two Scenarios Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #2 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved. Job 1 Job 2 Job k Job n Job Scheduler 1.0 Static Data Center 2.0 Dynamic Data Center vJob 1 vJob 2 vJob k vJob n Workload Automation x Dedicated h/w = high cap-ex x Labor intensive provisioning x Poor time to market  Elasticity & scale  Pay per use  Automation = agility
  7. 7. What’s needed for 2.0? Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #2 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved. 2.0 Dynamic Data Center vJob 1 vJob 2 vJob k vJob n Workload Automation  Is there process automation for service request workflows?  Is the solution cloud-aware?  Does it have dynamic workload placement capability?  Can the solution „burst‟ workloads in the cloud?
  8. 8. Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #1 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved.
  9. 9. Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #2 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved.
  10. 10. Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #1 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved.
  11. 11. Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #1 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved.
  12. 12. Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #1 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved.
  13. 13. Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #1 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved.
  14. 14. CA Workload Automation is part of CA Automation Suite accelerate your path to cloud agility, control and optimization Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #2 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved. Agility Control Optimization
  15. 15. Cloud Hosting Private Public Batch ERP J2EE Apps IaaS Workloads today’s topics Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #2 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved. Terry Lyons Staff Technologist VMware
  16. 16. Enterprise vCenter : Policy-based Management & Automation VMware Cloud Infrastructure & Services vSphere: Platform for Cloud Infrastructure View : Desktop Computing via Cloud SpringSource: Programming Model for the Cloud vCloud Director and vCloud API: Common Service Model for Infrastructure Clouds Private Cloud VMware Virtualized Public Cloud Public Cloud Core IT Services via Virtual Appliances Zimbra File/ Print Directory IaaSPaaSSaaS vCloud Partners Proprietary Clouds
  17. 17. Flexibility and portability with open standards for key interfaces App Provisioning and Control of the Application Public Clouds Private Cloud
  18. 18. vCloud Datacenter Service enables a secure hybrid cloud  All compute resource pools are on-demand and self-service  Run any VMware VM image  One service, multiple virtual data centers  Identical GUI to internal private cloud  vCloud API for automation  Top service providers: Scripts/Programs vCloud API Users VMware vCloud Director Virtual Data Centers Basic “pay for use”  Target: pilot projects and test/dev  Pay-for-use model; no commitment Committed  Target: tier 2 and 3 production workloads  Subscription model; 100% committed with 20% burstable Dedicated  Target: Tier 1 workloads performance requirements  Subscription model; 100% dedicated resource VMware vCloud Datacenter Service
  19. 19. Cloud Hosting Private Public Batch ERP J2EE Apps IaaS Workloads today’s topics Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #2 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved. Pat O‟Day CTO Bluelock
  20. 20. vCloud Director Secure VPN Tunnel How the BlueLock Virtual Datacenter Works 20
  21. 21. BlueLock Virtual Datacenters • Close development partner with VMware • VMware Certified vCloud Datacenter Provider • VMware VMworld 2010 Keynote launch partner • vCloud API operational • vCloud Director beta operational • Unique BlueLock Cloud Connector to manage public cloud via vSphere client interface • Tailored approach to delivery – not one size fits all – Self Service Virtual Datacenters – SLA consistent with Enterprise expectations – Contractual Accountability – Know where your data resides • BlueLock and CA: Process & Workload Automation in a VMware public cloud – The vCloud API – Pay for what you use 21
  22. 22. register for the full webcast series to continue this conversation Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #2 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved. http://www.ca.com/lpg/workload-automation-webcast-series All webcasts start at 11AM EDT Webcast #1: October 20, 2010 Technology trends in job scheduling to enable datacenter 2.0 Webcast #2: November 10, 2010 Workload Automation for the Cloud Webcast #3: December 8, 2010 Workload Automation for Applications Webcast #4: January 12, 2011 Replacing outdated job schedulers made easy Webcast #5 – Feb 9, 2011 What’s New in CA Workload Automation?  Next Webcast Register for a chance to win a free iPad®* * Rules, restrictions, details will be available on webcast registration site 
  23. 23. resources http://www.ca.com/us/workload-management.aspx Go Beyond Job Scheduling Webcast #2 Copyright © 2010 CA. All rights reserved. Click „Handouts‟ menu in Livemeeeting Webcast Go Beyond Job Scheduling Series Product Brief CA Workload Automation Success Story Air Liquide optimizes processing of 22,000 daily IT jobs with CA Industry Analyst Report The Total Economic Impact™ Of CA Workload Automation White Paper Workload Automation for the Cloud Service Offering CA Workload Automation Rapid Implementation Blog: Automation and Virtualization User Community: Workload Automation Community
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