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  • Don’t oversell this … let the stats speak for themselves… talk about how this kind of experience has put in a great position to really understand the issues facing IT and where this is all going… to be at the cutting edge of new trends like SaaS, web 2.0 and the cloud…Mention as many of these points as relevant to the audience…Background…F500: we have consistently had strong presence across large international customers, for yearsCustomers: We are actually over 230,000, having grown 15% each of the past two years100M users: based on estimated use of XenApp, formerly Presentation Server we touch about 15% of corporate users75% of internet users: Based on use of our NetScaler app delivery controllers by the largest internet properties – Google, Yahoo, Ebay to name a fewCloud: Xen is used by nearly all cloud service providers, most notably Amazon for its performance and open source attributes…many now moving to free XenServerSaaS: Our Citrix Online Services division, with GoToMeeting, GoToAssist and GoToMyPC exceeded $300M in revenue last year…top 5 SaaS provider

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  • 1. Open Elastic Platform for the Private Cloud
    Morgan Gerhart| Citrix Systems
    02.09.2011
  • 2. Virtualization
    2
  • 3. CIO
  • 4. 4
  • 5. 99% of Fortune 500
    200,000 customers
    100M Corporate Users
    75% of Internet Users
    Engine of Cloud Computing
    Top 5 SaaS vendor
  • 6. 6
    Profile Virtualization
    Presentation Virtualization
    User Profile & State
    App Virtualization
    App Virtualization
    Desktop Apps
    Desktop Virtualization
    Desktop
    Desktop OS
    Client Hardware
    Systems Mgmt
    Enterprise Apps
    Middleware and DB
    Network Virtualization
    Security
    Datacenter
    Network
    Server Virtualization
    Server OS
    Storage Virtualization
    Server Hardware
    Storage
  • 7. Separation is required for Simplicity
    Virtualization = Separation
    7
  • 8. Virtualization Enables Dynamic Delivery
    (Delivery = “Late Binding”)
    (Delivery = “ aaS”)
  • 9. SaaS
    PaaS
    Virtualization
    IaaS
  • 10. Business Logic
    Runtime
    Infrastructure
  • 11. It’s About the Apps
    11
  • 12. App Experience Depends Upon Infrastructure
    12
    Performance
    Offload
    Security
    Availability
  • 13. 75% of Internet Users
    SaaS
    PaaS
    IaaS
  • 14. App Elasticity Depends Upon Infrastructure
    Within a layer
    Amongst layers
  • 15. 15
    Open End-to-End Elastic Platform
    Network
    Load balancer
    SLA Driven
    Container
    In Memory
    Session Store
    Xen
    Virtualization
    Compute
    Resources
  • 16. Summary
    Virtualization is about more than server consolidation
    Must exist at all levels
    Key to delivering “as-a-service”
    App and infrastructure virtualization must align
    To meet service levels
    To deliver elasticity
    Openness is key
    Support for multiple runtimes
    Support for multiple hypervisors
    Support for multiple clouds
    16