The Cloud Enabled Datacenter - Smarter Business 2013

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With Cloud Enabled Datacenter projects, clients are
cutting IT expense and complexity through optimization
techniques and technologies, all this while improving
efficiency of service delivery. We will discuss how
your organization can exploit key technologies like
orchestration to manage the changing demands of your
end user communities. Presenter: Glenda Lyon, World Wide Cloud and Smarter Infrastructure, Business Development, IBM. Mer från dagen på http://bit.ly/sb13se

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The Cloud Enabled Datacenter - Smarter Business 2013

  1. 1. Cloud and Smarter Infrastructure – Cloud Enabled Data Center Glenda Lyon glyon@us.ibm.com
  2. 2. Cloud Computing Defined - NIST Cloud computing is a new consumption and delivery model inspired by consumer internet services. • Usage Tracking Web 2.0 SOA Essential characteristics: Business Service 1. On-demand self-service It Focused 2. Broad network access End User Focused 3. Location independent resource pooling 4. Rapid elasticity Service Virtualization 5. Measured Service Automation
  3. 3. .Where customer’s are today and where they want to be Orchestrate & Automate Services Across Businesses Advanced Cloud Deliver Applications Faster with Better Quality Reduce Capital Cost & Increase Utilization Entry Cloud Projects Optimize the Benefits of Virtualization Reduced operational, infrastructure and startup costs Manage image sprawl, compliance and visibility with less Risk Faster time to market with standardized and optimized workloads Accelerated innovation, including business model Infrastructure Teams Infrastructure Teams Operations OperationsTeams Teams Development & Operations Development & Teams CIO IT Executive CIO / /IT Executive Operations Teams Operational Value Business Value
  4. 4. Simple Layers of Cloud Security Provisioning Hypervisor Compute Network Storage Lifecycle Management Orchestration
  5. 5. Simple Layers of Cloud Security Provisioning Hypervisor Compute Network Storage Lifecycle Management Orchestration
  6. 6. Challenge: Accelerate Cloud Enable a secure, integrated cloud with rapid provisioning of compute resources PureFlex System BladeCenter System x High Volume Rack When clients are looking for an integrated hardware solution that forms a strong virtualization system or foundation for cloud, with lower level management requirements. When clients are looking for flexible and entry price point for cloud deployment to drive lowest total cost of acquisition. Enterprise Power Systems When the client desires to extend their current enterprise infrastructure to deploy a resilient, scalable and secure private cloud for UNIX, IBM i and Linux applications. zEnterprise When the client desires a private enterprise cloud to achieve the highest levels of utilization, multitenancy, fine-grained usage and accounting, workload automation and security. PureApplication System 6 When clients are looking to leverage integration across compute, storage and networking with integrated platform, virtualization and cloud management to most rapidly deploy cloud environments vs. having to assemble all the elements of the cloud from components. Lead with PureFlex System when the competition is threatening to take out an existing IBM system or when we have the opportunity to set the converged infrastructure agenda where IBM does not have hardware incumbency. For clients building highly automated, elastic clouds with all required cloud management for transactional web and other application types delivered via application or system patterns for platform as a service.
  7. 7. Simple Layers of Cloud Security Provisioning Hypervisor Compute Network Storage Lifecycle Management Orchestration
  8. 8. Hypervisors: provides the ability to divide physical system resources into isolated logical partitions. Each logical partition operates like an independent system running its own operating environment • Xen • VMware • Microsoft • KVM • Power, etc.
  9. 9. Simple Layers of Cloud Security Provisioning Hypervisor Compute Network Storage Lifecycle Management Orchestration
  10. 10. Provisioning Solutions Entry Level is an easy to deploy, simple to use software offering that features a self-service portal for workload provisioning, virtualized image management, and monitoring. It's an innovative, cost-effective approach that also includes security, automation, basic metering and integrated platform management Advanced Provisioning and Image Management Create Images – Simple UI tooling simplifies creation of virtual images and deployment patterns simple UI • Packages are reusable across different platforms Store Images - Federated image library allows management of image complexity across multiple image repositories and hypervisors • Understand how which images are deployed where and how images relate (or don’t relate) to each other • Images stored in hypervisor-neutral format Analyze and Manage Images - Introspect images and perform analytics to reduce risk and duplication • Ensure that virtual machines are created with the proper level of security patches • Reduce duplicate or near-duplicate images to save storage and reduce management
  11. 11. What is an Image
  12. 12. What is Image Sprawl
  13. 13. What is Image Drift
  14. 14. Simple Layers of Cloud Security Provisioning Hypervisor Compute Network Storage Lifecycle Management Orchestration
  15. 15. Moving to Next Level Orchestrate & Automate Services Across Businesses Advanced Cloud Deliver Applications Faster with Better Quality Reduce Capital Cost & Increase Utilization Entry Cloud Projects Optimize the Benefits of Virtualization Reduced operational, infrastructure and startup costs Manage image sprawl, compliance and visibility with less Risk Faster time to market with standardized and optimized workloads Accelerated innovation, including business model Infrastructure Teams Infrastructure Teams Operations OperationsTeams Teams Development & Operations Development & Teams CIO IT Executive CIO / /IT Executive Operations Teams Operational Value Business Value
  16. 16. Think about a conductor in an orchestra…………
  17. 17. Why do we need an Orchestrator ? 1. 2. 3. Customers are looking for end to end automation of cloud service delivery to achieve greater returns Provisioning play a key role, but is just one of many steps that must be automated Each customer has unique requirements to integrate with existing data center processes and tools. VM Provisioning Real customer example
  18. 18. Simple Layers of Cloud Security Provisioning Hypervisor Compute Network Storage Lifecycle Management Orchestration
  19. 19. Lifecycle Management Image Management Patch and Compliance Backup and Restore Cost Management Application deployment Virtualized Infrastructure Compute Domain Network Domain Resource Domain Storage Domain Monitoring and Capacity Planning
  20. 20. Patch Management: Patch Discover and analyze images for security breaches to patch endpoints for and Complia over 98.5% compliance nce • Reduce security risk by slashing remediation cycles and reduce patch cycle time from weeks to days/hours • Gain greater visibility into patch compliance with flexible, real-time patch monitoring and reporting from a single management console • Efficiently deploy patches, even over low-bandwidth or globally distributed networks reducing labor requirements by over 75% Storage Management for Virtual Environments: Reduce storage footprint by 90% and improve time to value backing up thousands of VMs in Backup and Restore minutesReduce storage footprint by 90% and improve time to value backing up thousands of VMs in minutes • Simplify the protection and management of data with 30% improvement in storage tier utilization • Automate data replication to reduce labor by 36% while minimizing service disruptions and speed restorations and backups • Increase efficiencies and conserve resources with data de-duplication and a hierarchy of storage • Enhance data security with advanced access and encryption features
  21. 21. Cost Management: metering and billing (showback) Cost Manage ment 25% reduction in financial accounting labor cost • • • • Visibility of virtualization resource costs for invest/ divest decisions Determine rates based on resource cost and real resource usage Provide resource usage and enable accurate billing Control resource supply through showback Advanced Monitoring: Optimize availability with resource utiliztion Monitoring Increase visibility by monitoring physical and virtual environments and and Capacity lower TCO with 75% improvement in capacity • Gain visibility into health and performance across physical and cloud resources • Reduce VM resource consumption by 50% with capacity planning driven by historical performance data • Spot bottlenecks in workload deployments and improve availability in 30% less time • Reduce hypervisor license costs by 20% or more by consolidating VMs onto fewer physical hosts
  22. 22. To efficiently deliver an optimized platform, service providers need to implement software patterns Dynamic Application Patterns: Proven best practices and expertise learned from decades of client and partner engagements • Pre-defined architecture of an application or Cloud service • Captures best practices for complex tasks • Optimized into a deployable form for private or public cloud • Repeatable deployment with full lifecycle management Monitoring Lifecycle Management
  23. 23. Overview Architecture Cloud Marketplace Workflow Service Mgmt Monitor Backup & Restore Image Management Patterns Security/Patch Compliance Software Stacks Public Cloud IaaS Gateway Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Storage Compute Network Dev Tools
  24. 24. Simple Layers of Cloud = IBM Security Provisioning Hypervisor Compute Network Storage Lifecycle Management Orchestration

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