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An overview of HP Cloud Reference architecture and how it aligns consumers, brokers and providers

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  • This layer represents all aspects of capturing and meeting demand from your customers (internal or external), captured and made available as configure-to-order – that is to say highly standardized and simplified services that can be readily delivered at the press of a button in mins/hours not days/weeks/months. The demand layer encompasses the lifecycle of the relationship between the consumers and service instances.
  • INTRODUCTIONFor Enterprise IT and Service Providers that want to enable the delivery of cloud services internally or externallyTypical influencers in cloud adoption are CxO, CIO, LOBs, IT Managers and sub-IT managementWhat is the value proposition?Why use this over nothing or existing approach?By doing nothing, Enterprise customers will continue to lack he flexibility and agility demanded by the business. They will still focus on maintenance and become unable to compete against cloud services that business users can directly source from (salesforce.com ..). They will continue to deliver order to build service that are slow to deliver, costly and inefficient. The utilization rate of their Datacenter will stay at 15-20% (industry average).By doing nothing, SPs will see their margin shrink for voice and data services, and will be unable to compete against emerging cloud service providers providing IaaS to business.Specific measureable results of the solution (e.g. BSMatrix decrease time to infra deploy by 60%)Use metrics from ROI whitepaper on CSA. Use BarCap results (see next slide)Notes:Turnkey notes: …Extensible notes: HP’s comprehensive, extensible approach starts with a complete line of cloud consulting services that guide clients on building their vision, architecture, roadmap, and delivery strategy that is uniquely designed for their business needs. Whether the client is evolving a CloudStart deployment or designing a global-scale solution from scratch, HP Services can help the client transform their organization, service and information management processes to a new cloud delivery model.A critical stage in the transformation process is designing and building an open, extensible cloud architecture. HP’s Cloud Service Automation software is at the heart of this architecture that automates the end-to-end provisioning, orchestration, and lifecycle management of complex applications and business services. The open architecture also supports integration of 3rd party software such as enterprise portals, advanced multi-platform resource management, IT and Business Service Management software that enables full cloud service provider capability. It also enables delivering a single cloud delivery platform that integrates HP Converged Infrastructure with existing legacy infrastructure spanning physical and virtual environments.HP uniquely offers a full line of integrated cloud solutions from quick pre-packaged, all the way to the most comprehensive global-scale solutions

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  • Session ID: BTOT-TU-1600/3
    Twitter hashtag #HPSWU
  • Speaker Name: Lutz Bartsch and Matt Newman
    Date: Nov 30th 2010
    Session ID: BTOT-TU-1600/3
    HP Cloud Reference Architecture
    Aligning Consumers, Brokers and Providers
  • Agenda
    Reality of Cloud Computing
    Align
    Objectives of Cloud Computing
    Embrace
    HP Cloud Reference Architecture
    Design
    Use Cases
    Select
    Integrated Cloud Solution
    Build
    Remember
    The Essence
  • Align
    Reality of Cloud Computing
  • The Cloud is here!
    How to take advantage?
  • Key Characteristics of Cloud Services
    Standard Services Offering
    Scalable & Elastic
    Pay per use
    Shared Architecture
    Internet Technology
  • The Evolution of Cloud Computing
    Consolidate - Standardize
    Virtualize - Automate
    Standard – Shared
    Broker
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    Strategic Approaches to Cloud Computing
    Business users
    Service
    Value Sourced
    Value delivered
    Service
    Service
    Telcos, Hosting Providers, ISPs
    Enterprise & Commercial IT
    IT organizationinternal service provider
    OR
    Better business outcomes
    Cloud service provider
    External service provider
    I need to:
    Source
    cloud services from a provider or outsourcer
    Business users
    2
    I need to:
    Deliver
    new cloud services to my customers
    Service
    1
    Accelerate growth
    I need to:
    Enable
    aprivate/internal cloud
    Service
    3
    Lower costs
    Service
    Mitigate risk
    Enterprise IT
  • Embrace
    Objectives of Cloud Computing
  • Business Expectations
    Encourages standard systems
    Pay only for what you use
    Requires less in-house IT staff, costs
    68.5%
    77.9%
    75.3%
    67.0%
    Monthly payments
    Easy/fast to deploy
    to end-users
    Always offers latest
    functionality
    77.7%
    64.6%
  • 11
    HP Confidential
    Value add by Cloud Computing

    Deliver new Services to your market
    Bundle Cloud Services to new offerings
    Win new customers in new market segments
    Reach higher level of customer renitention
  • Design
    HP Cloud Reference Architecture
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    HP Cloud Conceptual Architecture
    Principles
    Service Portfolio
    Mgmt
    Service Catalog Mgmt
    Service Catalog and Portal Layer
    Pragmatic, proven approach
    Service Request Layer
    Service Health & SLAs
    Marketing &
    Billing
    Demand
    Use Case driven architecture
    Data driven Integration
    Integrated Service Delivery Architecture Layer
    Modular Building Blocks
    Separate Layers
    Demand, Delivery, Supply
    Delivery
    Service Management
    Service Governance
    13
    Resource and Foundation Layers
    Supply
  • Demand Layer
    The DEMAND layer captures all aspects of demand from consumer to the provider. The provider make services available as configure-to-order through an automated service requestsystem connected to a service offering catalog and supported with a service lifecycle system. Requested services are provided by a click of a button in minutes/hours and charged by consumption. The portal is the single interface for the consumer for all interaction with the provider and the services.
  • Delivery Layer
    The DELIVERY layer transforms Service Requests into Service Orders in the Order Management system and sets the charging and revenue settlement processes in motion. It intelligently orchestrates the configuration and activation of services and schedules for the provisioning of the necessary resources by aggregating data from the service configuration model, the delivery assurance system and the resource management system. It features dynamic model based orchestration to align the runtime state of the system with business driven SLAs.
  • Supply Layer
    The SUPPLY layer functions as the dynamic resource governor that integrates a dynamic and mixed workload utility function across a heterogeneous environment with a model based orchestration system to optimize the supply of resource and fulfill the delivery of service requests. It uses bi-directionally federated service data to automate policy-based decisions to optimize the scheduling and provisioning of resources.
  • HP Cloud Reference Architecture
  • Select
    Use Cases
  • Usecaseoverview
    ExtensibleCloud for Service Providers
    Capability
    Private Cloud for Enterprise
    Extensiblecloud foundation
    Turnkey
    Turnkey cloud foundation
    Scalability
  • Usecaseoverview
    Full
    Customization
    ExtensibleCloud for Service Providers
    • metering, billing, revenue settlement
    Capability
    Private Cloud for Enterprise
    +
    • Portal/Self-Service
    • Service Catalog
    • IaaS/PaaS/SaaS
    Extensiblecloud foundation
    +
    Turnkey cloud foundation
    • Shared Resource Pool
    • Typically IaaS
    Infrastructure
    Scalability
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    Use case Characteristics, Capabilities, Architecture
    Turnkey cloud foundation
    Characteristics
    Ideal foundation for private cloud to establish repeatable, standardized infrastructure and platform services
    One touch infrastructure provisioning and management
    Built on industry leading Converged Infrastructure
    Used for test/dev and early private cloud implementations
    Capabilities
    Simple access management/portal, aimed at technical audience
    Suitable for up to 1500 virtual servers (Matrix 6.2)
    no pay per use/metering/billing out of the box
    Architecture
    HP BladeSystem Matrix
  • Functional Architecture
    Turnkey cloud foundation
    22
  • 23
    Use case Characteristics, Capabilities, Architecture
    Private Cloud for Enterprise
    Characteristics
    Can be based on
    HP infrastructure
    Heterogeneous servers, storage, networking or physical servers
    Can be private cloud implementation, or evolution of existing process and automation maturity
    Capabilities
    Service-centric experience
    Service assurance
    no pay per use/metering/billing
    Architecture
    Cloud Service Automationand Blade System Matrix, Business Service Management
  • 24
    Functional Architecture
    Private Cloud for Enterprise
  • 25
    Cloud use cases HPSW&S Presales EMEA v0.7
    Cloud for Service Providers
    Use case Characteristics, Capabilities, Architecture
    Characteristics
    Can be based on
    HP ESSN infrastructure
    Heterogeneous servers, storage, networking or physical servers
    Most complex and scalable cloud implementation based on existing technology
    Typically a public cloud implementation
    Capabilities
    Carrier-grade scale and performance
    Carrier-grade metering and charging
    Architecture
    Cloud Service Automation and Blade System Matrix, Business Service Management
    Aggregation Platform for SaaS (AP4S)
  • 26
    Cloud use cases HPSW&S Presales EMEA v0.7
    Functional Architecture
    Cloud for Service Providers
  • Build
    Integrated Cloud Solution
  • Build the cloud you require
    • Two complementary paths on a common foundation
    Extensible
    Customized to meet your changing needs
    HP Cloud Service Automation
    • Intelligent Resource Management
    • Advanced Application Deployment
    • Advanced Configuration Management
    • Single view portal service
    • Open, extensible architecture
    • Supports heterogeneous environments and key 3rd party integrations
    Turnkey
    Fast-track your cloud deployment
    • Pre-packaged software and services to quickly implement cloud (part of HP CloudStart service)
    • Self-service portal and service catalog
    • Automated infrastructure & basic application provisioning
    • Pre-integrated hardware, software and services
  • HP Offerings for Cloud Providers
    TRANSFORM
    • Application Transformation
    • Application Lifecycle Mgmt.
    • Cloud Discovery Workshop
    • Cloud Design Services
    • Cloud Roadmap Service
    Build & Deliver
    • Cloud Service Automation
    • CSA for BladeSystem Matrix
    • CSA for Enterprises and Service Providers
    • CloudStart
    • Cloud Maps
    • Cloud Application Deployment
    • HP ADM and Stratavia
    • Automated provisioning
    • Operations Orchestrationfor Amazon EC2
    • BTO Services for Cloud Infrastructure
    • Aggregation Platform for SaaS
    MANAGE & CONSUME
    • Cloud Assure
    • Cloud-ready Operationswith BSM 9.0
    • LoadRunner in the Cloud
    • BTO SaaS
    SECURE
    • ArcSight
    • Fortify
    • TippingPoint
  • HP Cloud Service Automation
    packaged
    optional
    *CSA for BladeSystem Matrix
    Service Request Catalog
    AP4SaaS & AP4SaaS Portal
    Dynamic Workload Utility
    Operations Orchestration
    Application Deployment Management
    Stratavia(Content Library)
    Cloud Maps
    Resource Managers
    BladeSystemMatrix
    Service Assurance
    Server Automation*
    Service ModelDatabase
    Insight
    Dynamics
    Vcenter
    Hyper-V
    other
    SiteScope*
    Resources (Infrastructure)
    HP BladeSystem
    Physical Infrastructure
    Virtualized Infrastructure
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    Investment Protection and Upgrade Path
    Cloud Service Automation
    BladeSystem Matrix
    CSA for Matrix
    Built for coexistence and smooth migration
    Common technologies
    Simplified, re-usable packaging and pricing for easier deployment
  • HP Cloud Services
    • One day workshop to align your business wih Cloud Computing and build a first Blueprint and Roadmap
    Cloud Discovery Workshop
    • In depth design, implementation planing and ROI Service to build your way of Cloud Computing
    Cloud Roadmap Service
    • 30 day design and implementation Service for IaaS based on BladeSystem Matrix
    Cloud Start
    • Integrated and packaged Suite of Solutions and Services to implement on-premise Cloud Delivery
    Cloud Service Automation
    • Design and Implementation for testing service delivery framework, infrastructure, hosting model (SaaS, on/off premise)
    Testing-as-a-Service
  • Remember
    The Essence
  • Your approach to the Cloud
    1
    • “Cloud” is real
    • Time to evolve is now
    2
    Your Requirements drive theway of Cloud Computing
    3
    HP Solutions and Servicesis the efficient way to build your Cloud
  • Continue the conversation with your peers at the HP Software Community hp.com/go/swcommunity