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Capgemini& VMware V2B virtualization to Business

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  • FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved.
  • © 2009 Capgemini. All rights reserved
  • © 2009 Capgemini. All rights reserved
  • © 2009 Capgemini. All rights reserved
  • FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved.
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    • 1. V2B: Virtualization to BusinessDo you want Business Agility? Start with VirtualizationHerald Schelke sales executive V2B
    • 2. The Pitch…just what is V2B?The Bridge to Agile IT Services Capgemini is combining its business-centric approach with VMware’s proven virtualization technologies to focus IT on delivering business value. Through its suite of “V2B: Virtualization to Business” service offerings, Capgemini provides the insight, roadmap and support to help clients derive maximum value from existing virtualization efforts and make the transition to a cloud infrastructure.V2B brings the technology and business together in a unified solution.Today it provides three key focus areas: • Enabling greater adoption through the removal of adoption barriers • Supporting the realignment of process and organisation to an already agile IT infrastructure • Redefining the consumption model by the business for IT V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2011 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 2
    • 3. We can deliver real value and overcome a number of challenges faced by our clients Client Challenges Client Benefits Lack of long term Cloud strategy: With most clients  Capital Expenditure Reduction focusing on cutting costs over the past 2 years now is the time for a 3-5 year IT strategy that delivers a service A flexible, agile infrastructure that can grow on orientated IT in line with business demand. demand helps to avoid the opportunity costs that Complexity of infrastructure configurations: There is arise when companies make large upfront still significant legacy computing within all client’s data investments in technology installations before the centers. The cost of operation of such an environment is demand is present. On average, customers save significantly larger than the benefits provided by public between 50 and 60% in capital expenditures. cloud offerings today. Low business benefits achieved from virtualization of  Reduced Operational Expenditures platforms: When large scale virtualization is required (e.g. 5000+ servers) more focus and governance is needed coupled with a strong holistic project. Efficiency through utilization and automation eliminates unnecessary IT investments, Lack of adoption of new technologies introduced in achieving lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) the last 2 years: This leaves the client with old inefficient and minimizing resource requirements for hardware that is using too much power and requiring high managing and maintaining IT infrastructure. A levels of management/maintenance. majority of customers reduce operating costs by Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) models unproven: at least 25% compared to managing a physical Typically the measurement of results is forgotten or a IT environment. change of management causes projects to change direction. V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2011 Capgemini. rights reserved. 3
    • 4. Cloud has many positive attributesCloud is…. Service orientated Highly virtualized infrastructure (>70%) Unified infrastructure components High levels of automationLow upfront IT costs via a pay per use model LOUD Geographical independent Multi-Tenancy Faster provisioning C Elastic capacity Self Service Improved user security Zero-touch infrastructure Simplified Infrastructure Standardized business services V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 4
    • 5. We need to firstly establish the foundations…. Highly virtualized infrastructure (>70%) Unified infrastructure components “Private High levels of automation Cloud” on Virtualizati ss Faster provisioning to Busine Elastic capacity (V2B) Zero-touch infrastructure Simplified Infrastructure V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 5
    • 6. Defining the Cloud end point The ability to create the illusion of infinite capacity; the performance is the same if scaled for one, to a hundred, or a thousand users with consistent service-level characteristics. Abstraction of the infrastructure so applications are not constrained to hardware or locations. Pay-as-you-go usage of the IT service; you only pay for what you use and with no or minimal up-front investment costs. Rapid elasticity; able to scale up and scale down with near instant availability. Typically, no forward planning forecast is required. Access to applications and information from the network and on any device. V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 6
    • 7. Where do I start the journey ? What does Cloud What about my mean for my desktops? business users? How should I plan What apps do I public vs. private have? cloud? Which publicHave I already got Cloud vendors a cloud ? should I choose? How do I virtualize How do I secure Which appsWhich apps can I Who manages this and migrate my the new should I move to virtualize? new environment? apps to the cloud? environment? the public cloud? V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 7
    • 8. A greater opportunityVirtualization technologies are widely used and proven2. Business’s are yet to fully capitalize on the total benefits of Virtualization. Some are stalled at low percentages of virtualization.§ Virtualization is the foundation for the The challenge is not a technology one, as new alternatives for supplying IT journey to cloud computing emerge. It’s all about IT as a service.§ Cloud is about service and IT is a component of that VMware and Capgemini are focusing IT on delivering business value: “V2B” V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 8
    • 9. Capgemini’s approach to Virtualization (V2B) IT as a Service Agile business IT services Private cloud business Virtual Infostructure services IaaS Development/test Align services to the agile infrastructure Innovation (Spring) Break through the 40% barrier Business Enablement Enable organisation agilityBusiness Infostructure DR/BC Desktop VirtualizationBreak through the 20% barrierEnable the business to obtain benefits Security Operational optimisation DR/BC Encapsulate P2V ~20% ~70% % virtualized A business centric approach to virtualization. V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 9
    • 10. V2B: Business Infostructure Typical Client Profile Deliverables Using virtualization but still at a low percentage  Virtualization business benefits and communication Feel that cost is higher as a result of using virtualization plan  “Art of the possible” workshop with IT and the business Stalled with virtualizing infrastructure  Next steps timetable Business engaging many external providers without IT’s involvement 500+ physical x86 servers in 1 or 2 Data centers Service Overview  6 weeks duration Service Objective  On site delivery using 2-3 consultants Realise the cost savings available with virtualization but also gain understanding of the business impact through wide scale transformation. The service will : • Identify expectations and provide a foundation for IT as a service Service Benefits • Defining the contract between IT and the business • Enabling the business to understand the benefits of virtual  Fully defined business benefits that will ensure the infrastructure in a terms that they can understand continuation of transformation V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 10
    • 11. V2B: Virtual Infostructure Typical Client Profile Deliverables 500+ servers within 1-2 data centers  Management products suitability study Already virtualized infrastructure around 30-50%  Recommended IT organization functional alignment Experiencing higher costs/service issues due to lack  Key process optimization requirements evolution of process/procedures Understands the business benefits of virtualization Service Overview  6 week duration Service Objective  On site delivery using 2-3 consultants Identifying the required alignment for management technology to the agile infrastructure. This service will: • Support the move from a technology to a service orientated approach • Optimise how your IT team should be structured and Service Benefits orientated • Moving processes and procedures from technology  Enable the realignment of infrastructure management to aligned to service alignment the new agile compute environment V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 11
    • 12. V2B: IT-as-a-Service Typical Client Profile Deliverables Has at least 500-1000 virtual servers  Business service catalogue Has some automation for the management of the  Service strategy for in scope services (up to 3) infrastructure  Mapping the tenants that owns/uses the infrastructure Established foundation layer of management and  Identify potential candidates for public cloud services for process for virtualization key services  Roadmap for IaaS Service Overview Service Objective  To be defined Feasibility analysis for the implementation of a self service and consumption based charging model. This service will: • Provide service definitions Service Benefits • Business aligned service catalogue  Business aligned service strategy for the virtual data • Service strategy for public/private centre V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 12
    • 13. V2B: SAP Virtualization Typical Client Profile Deliverables Established SAP environment on at least 20-30  SAP virtualization technical proposal physical servers in 1-2 Data centers Experiencing inefficient SAP installations SAP upgrades required Large percentage of SAP servers Service Overview  Minimum 4 weeks dependant on environment scale Service Objective Provide a virtualization strategy for complex SAP environments by experience SAP capabilities within Capgemini. Service Benefits • Proposed virtualization candidates  Virtualization of SAP environments that would have • SAP application as-is analysis otherwise continued to be operated • Recommendation to optimize environment on legacy physical servers. V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 13
    • 14. Partnership : Capgemini and VMware Business led  Service/solution orientated Approach  Delivering total business benefits  6,000 global architects/technologistsDeep Technical  Unique technology partnerships Vmware Expertise  Experience and track record of delivery  Global Leader in Virtualisation and Cloud infrastructure Technology Proven  Production-Proven s/w with over 190,000 CustomersTechnologies  Energise Businesses while saving Energy: Financial, Human, and the Earths V2B: Virtualization to Business © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 14
    • 15. Call to action 1. Gain a deeper understanding through the V2B materials available on the portal 2. Engage with ITS and global teams to support you and leverage expertise when selling 3. Talk to your client, understand where they are on their journey. Be proactive.. For further information around the Virtualization to Business proposition, visit our dedicated microsite at • Herald Schelke, Capgemini Virtualization Lead Benelux V2B: Virtualization to Business Copyright © 2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved. 20 15
    • 16. www.capgemini.comThe information contained in this presentation is proprietary and confidential. It is for Capgemini use only. ©2010 Capgemini. All rights reserved