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Hybride Cloud Strategy

  1. 1. Unisys Hybrid Enterprise StrategyEwout Dekkinga, IT Architect
  2. 2. Agenda The challenges of game-changing cloud computing – Impact of multiple IT delivery models Hybrid cloud and hybrid enterprise – what’s the difference? A strategic methodology to get you to the Hybrid Enterprise – The three core principles – Case studies Unisys offerings Taking the first step © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 2
  3. 3. Voice of Our Customers on Cloud…*In addition to gaining the agility, economic and service benefitsof cloud computing, our clients are asking for a solution thatrecognizes they:• Will continue to maintain a lot of on-premise infrastructure• Will continue to operate existing applications and require methods to integrate them with services in the Cloud• Want conventional, private and public clouds under one IT management environment Meeting requirement to add cloud to existing IT: Can’t lose control while gaining cloud benefits *Material collected from individual client meetings Q3-Q4 2010 © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 3
  4. 4. Multiple Cloud Models Have EmergedAlongside Traditional Delivery Models IT Delivery Models Increase With Cloud Internal Outsourced Internal Hosted Data Public Data Private Private Centers Clouds Centers Clouds Clouds Traditional Cloud Traditional How do you optimize all of these delivery models?IT delivery models increase with cloud, driven by:• The business bypassing IT for speed and lower cost…• …And IT exploring the latest tools and technologyWhile gaining the benefits of cloud…• Increased IT agility, potential for better IT economics, flexible business models…CIOs now need to grapple with:• Less control over infrastructure and service levels• Greater risk of exposure to security, governance and compliance pitfalls• Organizational change & process issues• Potentially higher cost due to complexity, skills and resources issues © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 4
  5. 5. Everybody Is Talking About HybridClouds, But… Hybrid Cloud Internal Hosted Public Private Private Clouds Clouds Clouds- NIST: “…a composition of two or more clouds … that remain uniqueentities but are bound together by standardized or proprietary technologythat enables data and application portability (e.g., cloud bursting for load-balancing between clouds).” It only tells half of the story. © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 5
  6. 6. The Hybrid Enterprise:More Than a Hybrid Cloud Borderless, Virtual, Automated, Visible and Secure Processes Policies Architecture Internal Internal Hosted Outsourced Data Public Private Private Data Centers Clouds Clouds Clouds CentersSecurity Governance Integration ApplicationsHybrid EnterpriseA Hybrid Enterprise is a composition of cloud, non-cloud, internal and external IT service deliverymodels that remain unique entities but are bound together by an integrated managementenvironment, and common technology, processes and policies to optimize agility, enable dataand application portability, and reduce risk. © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 6
  7. 7. Core Areas You Need to Consider When Moving to the Hybrid Enterprise Architecture, regulatory compliance, data locality Applications and more determine appropriate delivery models. Diverse architectures, operating models and Data Centers technologies drive varying operating risk and costs. Management complexity increases, impacting Management governance, compliance, and financial modelsTo leverage the capabilities that cloud computing provides, while keeping chaosfrom overwhelming IT, a strategic, comprehensive methodology is needed thatspans all IT service delivery models. © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 7
  8. 8. Unisys Point of View:Getting to the Hybrid Enterprise You need to: Develop a framework to: Applications • characterize applications • drive placement decisions • build or update applications with deployment flexibility in mind Create a consistent methodology for: Data Centers • building your own data center • evaluating service provider delivery models • ensuring the most efficient, overall footprint Define a single management environment that: • addresses a set of cross-model controls Management • leverages tools to manage compliance, risk, governance, and costs © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 8
  9. 9. Finding the Right Delivery Model for Your Applications Business Service Requirements Applications & Workloads Application Development Business-As-Usual Mission Critical Innovation Workload Placement Decision Model Application Modernization Workload Placement Decision Model No single deployment model is right for all workloads. Applying a formalized “fit-for- purpose” approach ensures Internal Outsourced that workloads – mission-critical Data Internal Private Hosted Private Public Data and others – are analyzed Centers Clouds Centers Clouds Clouds and correctly placed into the appropriate environments.Traditional Cloud Traditional © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 9
  10. 10. Unisys Advisory Services: Workload Placement Decision ModelUnderstanding the business demand against the capabilities of each model, and building a plan to optimize the application portfolio. 1 2 3 4Inventory & Assess Map Workloads to Models Utilize Repeatable Process PlacementInventory applications; And...which of those We then utilize a repeatable …To place applications indetermine which are not applications can leverage workload/application the best deployment modeloptimally deployed alternative deployment migration process… possible models (e.g. cloud), at how much effort/cost? Business-As-Usual Internal Data Centers Traditional Internal Hosted Mission Critical Private Private Public Clouds Clouds Clouds CloudInnovation Outsourced Data Centers Traditional © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 10
  11. 11. A Consistent Approach to Data Centers Data Centers Adopt a methodology consistent across all 8-Track methodology Data Center deployment models (including external Clouds) and leverage standards, Management Financial Architecture Security policy-driven management and Storage Network ITIL/ITSM Support Services comprehensive SLAs. A consistent methodology for building and evaluating data Internal Internal Hosted Outsourced center characteristics – one Data Public Data Centers Private Private Clouds Centers that meshes with the Clouds Clouds application modeling – thatTraditional Cloud Traditional optimizes the data center footprint across delivery models Common Methodology without breaking processes and minimizing complexity. © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 11
  12. 12. Most Data Center Effort Involves Transformation Across 8 Areas Unisys CloudBuild Services 8-Track Data Center Methodology Management Tools VM Automation, Physical Provisioning, Lifecycle Management APIs, and Processes Self-Service Portals, Monitoring, Usage Reporting Financial Policies, Budget, CapEx vs. OpEx, Asset Management, IT Chargeback, ROI Models & Approaches Physical and Virtual Dynamic Infrastructure Designs, Data Center Design, Architecture Design Green IT/Sustainability Design Physical, Network, Application, Identity & Access Management, Security Governance/Risk/Compliance, Audit Policy Management, Backup & Archive, Disaster Recovery, Storage Storage Virtualization, Access Control Network Engineering Shared Network, VLAN Planning, Capacity Planning, Manageability Service Level Management, Service Request Management, ITIL / ITSM Configuration Management, Service Catalog, ITSM Help Desk Operations, Diagnostic Tools, Application Development, Support Services SaaS integrationsThis approach is the framework to evaluate traditional data centers and public clouds. © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 12
  13. 13. Use Case:Large U.S. Government AgencyBackground• Large central services IT organization providing comprehensive, fee-for-service information technology, associated operations, security, and technical support Results: services to a customer base of more than 45,000 who in • Unisys-led, CloudBuild 8 track workshop turn service the US public. approach delivered a complete strategic plan, cost model, technical architectureChallenge and operations plan which would provide for:• Pressure from its end user and sponsor agencies to reduce costs, expand services and improve transparency. – Standardized operations across both the existing infrastructure and a• Sensitive data security requirements and mission critical production Private Cloud systems limited the Public Cloud as an option. – A self-service Dev/Test internal Cloud for 500+ developers, configurableSolution with 5 heterogeneous platforms• Unisys executed a CloudBuild 8-Track Design Service – Reduction of VM deployment from 5 engagement to: weeks to minutes – Design a production pilot Development and Test Private Cloud – Transparent “pay per use” IT – Establish an accurate consumption-based model services – Create a comprehensive Cloud operations model – Design an agile and flexible architecture as an extension to the – A model to reduce risks and operating existing infrastructure expenses © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 13
  14. 14. Consistent Management of the Hybrid Enterprise Management Monitoring & Event • You need a comprehensive Security & Risk Management approach to unify the Management Policy & management of the Hybrid Governance Enterprise. This is not a single product or Financial Management Service Management technology. • Rather, it is an integrated framework that addresses all five areas for all traditional Internal Outsourced and cloud delivery models. Internal Hosted Data Public Data Private Private Centers Clouds Centers Clouds Clouds • The goal is to promote consistency on how each ofTraditional Cloud Traditional the five process areas are managed across the complete Hybrid Enterprise model. © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 14
  15. 15. Building a Hybrid Enterprise Management Environment Is Challenging & Complex Requires knowledge and experience in many areas• Operating experience with all service Monitoring & Event Security & Risk delivery models Management Management – Avoid common first-time mistakes that Policy & Governance can waste money and time Financial Management Service Management• Ability to integrate & operate multiple complex technologies and IT processes – Managing a single enterprise data center can be a significant challenge – Adding multiple delivery models can quickly overwhelm IT• Organizational alignment – Address all levels of the organization – Clarify impact of change on roles and responsibilities – Reduce uncertainty, turnover, and competing efforts © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 15
  16. 16. Unisys Management Solutions for the Hybrid Enterprise Unisys delivers integrated Hybrid Enterprise management solutions that clients can deploy on-site themselves, or be delivered as a managed service. Solution Components Integrated Solution Deployment Options Unisys Advisory Services In-House Deployment Monitoring• Unisys ITSM Consulting Service Security Strategy, Planning, Design & Risk & Event• Unisys Value Engineering Service Management and On-Premise Integration Management of Technologies to Manage Unisys Managed Services the Hybrid Enterprise Policy &• Unisys ITSM-as-a-Service Governance• Unisys Converged Remote Hosted/Managed Deployment Infrastructure Management (c-RIM) Financial Service Strategy, Planning, and Unisys Security Services Management Management Remote Operation of Technologies to Manage• Unisys Managed Security Service the Hybrid Enterprise• Unisys Application Security Service © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 16
  17. 17. ColtBackground:• A leading provider of business communications and IT managed services to enterprises, midsize businesses, and wholesale organizations throughout Europe, operating in over 19 countries, 34-cities, a 33,000-kilometer network, and 19 data center locations. Results: • By collaborating with Unisys toChallenge: develop the “Powered by Unisys” solution, Colt gained the enterprise-• Diversify its offerings in ways that would help customers reduce IT class capabilities it needed to: ownership costs, increase flexibility, and become more competitive – Evolve its business model• Address emerging market demands by combining existing network towards that of a true managed capabilities with a suite of comprehensive managed IT services IT services provider• Bring a solution to market quickly – Extend its cloud computing strategy Solution: – Enter into new markets• Branded as “Powered by Unisys” and augmenting its existing – Address the IT needs of both network services, the new, jointly developed enterprise-class cloud current and future customers via solution provides a range of services – all of which are delivered a proven, enterprise-class using Colt’s network of European data centers and based on existing offering Unisys capabilities, including the Unisys Private Cloud solution and Unisys Converged Remote Infrastructure Management (c-RIM) • Positioned itself to offer an operating suite. model that can be quickly brought to market © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 17
  18. 18. Summary: The Three Core Areas YouNeed to Address Core elements Applications • Application Development • Workload Placement Decision Models • Application Modernization • 8-Track Methodology Data Centers - - Management Financial - - Storage Network - Architecture - ITIL/ITSM - Security - Support Services • Policy & Governance Management • Monitoring & Event Management • Security & Risk • Financial Management • Service ManagementCustomers get: Realizing a Hybrid Enterprise that is• the benefits of cloud Borderless, Virtual, Automated,• integration of existing infrastructure Visible, Secure• control over all IT infrastructure © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 18
  19. 19. The Unisys Hybrid Enterprise Vision Borderless, Virtual, Automated, Visible and Secure Financial Management Service Management Policy & Governance NETWORK NETWORK NETWORK Static & Dynamic Workload Allocation to Workload Workload Workload Optimal Infrastructure Internal Internal Hosted Outsourced Reduced, Optimized Data Public Data Private Private Data Center Footprint Centers Clouds Centers Clouds Clouds via Cloud Technology “Single Pane of Glass” Integrated Enterprise Management Environment Management stack for both Cloud & Classic Infrastructure Security & Risk Monitoring & Event Management Key Attributes Applications Data Centers Management• Workloads are balanced automatically and • Cloud architectures reduce the need for • One integrated IT management environment will run on the infrastructure most suitable to excess elastic data center capacity will provide a comprehensive view across all their requirements • Automation and self provisioning improve infrastructure types– federating all distributed services and reduce labor costs resources together• Workload attributes are tracked to maintain • Self-service interfaces will allow the ability to optimal performance through both • Policy Management ensures controls, performance and cost are appropriately rapidly access, change both onsite and cloud applications and infrastructure changes resources to optimize cost, compliance, security, balanced and infrastructure performance. © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 19
  20. 20. Unisys Offers Comprehensive Solutions for the Hybrid Enterprise Offering End-to-end Capability Plan, Design & Advise Operate Manage Implement• Application Advisory • Application • Unisys Secure Cloud • Unisys Converged Services Transformation • Unisys Secure Private Remote Infrastructure• Advisory Services Services Cloud Management Services for Data Center and • CloudBuild Services • Unisys Hosted Secure • Unisys ITSM as Cloud Transformation • Planning, Design & Private Cloud a Service• ITSM Consulting Implementation • IT Outsourcing Services Services for Data • Application Outsourcing• Value Engineering Center Transformation Service • Application Security Services Built On a Solid Services Platform © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 20
  21. 21. How Can We Help You Get Started? Starting points on the road to the Hybrid EnterpriseAdvisory Services for Application Advisory CloudBuild Unisys SecureData Center & Cloud Services Accelerator Cloud Transformation Business Goals Internal Internal Private Data Centers Discover Roadmap & Clouds Traditional Discovery Business Objectives Report HostedInternal Hosted Private PublicPrivateClouds Private Clouds Clouds Clouds Cloud Business Capabilities Plan & Design Analyze SOW Public Outsourced Clouds Data Centers IT Capabilities TraditionalExtend your existing application, data center and management investments to create your Hybrid Enterprise © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 21
  22. 22. Unisys and the Unisys logo are registered marks of Unisys Corporation.Any other brands and products referenced herein are acknowledged to be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. © 2011 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 22
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