Turbocharge Your Virtualized Infrastructure with Self-service Provisioning
 

Turbocharge Your Virtualized Infrastructure with Self-service Provisioning

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Many IT organizations have adopted virtualization to consolidate and standardize infrastructure. Architects across IT (enterprise, infrastructure, applications) and their partners in operations are ...

Many IT organizations have adopted virtualization to consolidate and standardize infrastructure. Architects across IT (enterprise, infrastructure, applications) and their partners in operations are looking to take the next step in automation and innovation using on-premise private cloud platforms.


The next step is self-service automation and infrastructure as a service, which provides automation beyond virtualization that supports elasticity and on-demand/per usage service models.


But:


- How do you architect and govern self-service provisioning and elasticity across enterprises?

- How do you control access?

- How do you manage assets and ownership?

- How do you implement chargeback and billing?


Join us on Thursday, December 1 at 2pm EST / 11am PST to learn how architecture and infrastructure groups can work together to best plan, pilot, and adopt cloud computing. You'll hear enStratus and Eucalyptus demonstrate how to:


- Architect and automate self-service provisioning for enterprise deployments

- Implement governance to extend policies and procedures into the private cloud

- Create a blueprint for private cloud adoption


You’ll see a demonstration of self-service provisioning with automated security, budgeting, and chargeback, and at the conclusion of the webinar you’ll be eligible for a free trial and proof of concept of an integrated enStratus and Eucalyptus self-service provisioning cloud.

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Turbocharge Your Virtualized Infrastructure with Self-service Provisioning Turbocharge Your Virtualized Infrastructure with Self-service Provisioning Presentation Transcript

  • Turbocharge Your VirtualizedInfrastructure withSelf-service ProvisioningGovind RangasamyDirector, Product Management, EucalyptusGreg MoselleCloud Product Manager, enStratus © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Today’s Speakers Govind Rangasamy Greg MoselleDirector, Product Management Cloud Product Manager Eucalyptus Systems enStratus © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • IT Trends & Challenges • Consolidate & Standardize • Automate & Innovate • Self-service Infrastructure • Elasticity and On-demand / Per-usage Service Models © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc. View slide
  • IT Trends & Challenges• How do you architect and govern self-service provisioning and elasticity across large enterprises?• How do you manage assets and ownership?• What about chargeback and billing?• How can architecture and infrastructure groups work together? Cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc. View slide
  • Cloud IaaS vs. VirtualizationA well designed virtualization environment is the basis for private clouds Capability Virtualization Cloud IaaS Virtual Machine behavior Very similar to physical servers due to VMs are not tied to a single physical server PV conversions and are disposable Application behavior Applications stick to VMs with tightly Applications and their infrastructures are coupled configurations decoupled for auto scalability and elasticity Resource Elasticity Resource pooling at the hypervisor, or Resource pools of compute, network and cluster level storage at the cloud availability zone level Resource access isolation VMs CPU, Memory, Network and Storage VMs resources are completely isolated resources access is not isolated Resource access authentication Virtualization allows unauthenticated Cloud has very granular per user level access to resources resource access authentication SLA and Quality of Service Defining and maintaining SLA is hard Relatively easy because of resource especially with quality of service access isolation and authentication guarantees Chargeback and billing Chargeback and billing are hard problems Due to per user level access and resource in just a virtualized environments access isolation, chargeback and billing are much simpler © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • The Need for Self-service Provisioning• Organizations/LOBs want to control their own IT usage – Can’t afford to wait for IT – LOBs want to monitor and control IT usage• Frequent spin up and decommissioning of systems – Dev/Test – HPC workloads• IT Ops needs to support multiple businesses in multiple geos – Wants to act as an internal cloud provider for LOBs – Reduce admin per server/network/storage ratio © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Customer ExamplesAverage IT: 50% of infrastructure in Test/Dev but 90% is idle most of the timeLarge Financial Services “In their Wholesale Business Portfolio with a few thousand developersworking on 1,400 applications, the organization is looking into deploying a private cloud with a self-service portal for their test and dev activity. Chargeback and billing capability are very important as part of the self- service provisioning activity.”Large Defense Contractor“Researching a private cloud platform on VMware infrastructure to reduce test/dev, deployment and support of applications at the lowest possible cost. Self-service provisioning across many of their MS SQLServer, MySQL based apps and Sharepoint.” © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • The IaaS Cloud Platform© 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Infrastructure-as-a-Service © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Eucalyptus IaaSCloud Controller • Cloud level - Virtual Resource System • AWS EC2 CompatibleWalrus Storage • Persistent data store • Bucket-based, like S3Cluster Controller • Zone level - Virtual Resource System • Manage Virtual NetworkStorage Controller • Block accessed network storage • Like EBS with SAN adaptersNode Controller • VM management • Instance managementVMware Broker • ESX, ESXi management • vCenter server compatible © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • IaaS – Dev/Test•Resource Domains and Groups • Dev, QA, Ops Cloud Self-service Portal and Catalog•Virtual Cloud Resources • Small, Medium, Large and Xlarge with Cloud Service Management flexible configuration • Choice ESX, KVM, XEN Virtual Cloud Resources • Linux, Windows etc Compute Network Storage Identity•Virtual Images • EMI for LAMP • EMI for mySQL Virtual Resource System • ~8400 AMIs Virtual and Physical•Cloud Hybrid Compute Services Resource Physical Resource Management Administration • AWS EC2•Self-service Automation Environment • Self-service Management Data Center Automation • DCA © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Resource Access and Allocation Control• Standardized Cloud Services Cloud Service Management images launch per (SaaS, PaaS) user per account Active Directory/LDAP• Per user access to resources with a security group Eucalyptus Identity Authorization and Management Web Services• Decommissioning Virtual Cloud Resources is as easy as Compute Network Storage Identity creation Accounts,• Resource High Availability IaaS Groups, Users, Resources consumption per Virtual Resource System Policies, Certs, Keys, user per account Resource Access Control Images, VMs, Reports Virtual and Physical Resource Administration Physical Resource Management © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Cloud Governance & Control © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Governance and Control • Unified management • Self-provisioning • Security & encryption • Budget tracking and chargebacks On-Premise or SaaS • Automation: in & cross cloud Cloud Management Solution • Service catalog and config mgmt APIAccess directory Identity Project Pricing & Billing service authentication budgeting meteringService delivery Change & Incident & Security policy Others catalog config. Mgmt. problem mgmt mgmt. Internal Systems © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Self-service Provisioning Demo © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Blueprint for Private Cloud Adoption1. Define Valuable Infrastructure Services • Define and quantify the case for cloud computing. • Be specific, and focus on business benefits.2. Define Governance and Policies • Roles and security • Accounting and chargeback • SLA management3. Plan and Standardize the Cloud Platform • Identify the resources that comprise the reference architecture for your cloud computing environment.4. Plan and Architect the Deployment • Get ready to support real-world processing loads. • Focus on elasticity and scalability. © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Webinar Benefits Summary• How to architect and automate self-service provisioning for Enterprise deployments• How to implement governance by extending policies and procedures into the private cloud• See self-service provisioning in action with automated security and accounting• How to create a blueprint or recipe for private cloud adoption © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Questions?© 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Next Steps Free Trial of Self-serviceProvisioning Cloud http://sl.eucalyptus.com/SSP-Trial © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.
  • Thank you.20 © 2011 Eucalyptus Systems, Inc.