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    infoShare 2011 - Piotr Pietrzak - Cloud Computing infoShare 2011 - Piotr Pietrzak - Cloud Computing Presentation Transcript

    • Przetwarzanie w chmurach Piotr Pietrzak Chief Technologist, IBM PL CEE SEI Cloud Team Twitter: @PiotrPietrzak Blog: blog.niebieski.org
    • Ewolucja społeczeństwa w czasie al Inter- G lob st Galactic oa dcaPhysical / Communications Reach Br 1902 ~2015 Galactic Electric Typewriter Voyager I will leave al Physic ~1800 1927 Solar system Solar First Typewriter Television 1969 2151 System 2063 Enterprise 1896 Man Reaches 1st Warp NX-01 405BC Radio the Moon ~1960 Drive Heliograph 1837 Planetary Telephone 196BC Morse’s 1792 Telegraph 2000 Rosetta Stone ~1041 Semaphores Digital International Inter- Divide Space Station Pi Sheng Continental Printing Press ~1450 1989 Digital 3000BC 2000BC Gutenberg The WEB Papyrus Alphabetic Writing Printing Press 1969 1987 Communities Continental Internet MMORPG 2400BC 1991 2006 Courier System 1943 3D MMORPG Second Life Regional 6000BC-4000BC Colossus 1981 Industrial IBM PC Information Age Symbolic Industrialization Revolution Writing Local and Egyptian Dynasties Roman Empire Middle Ages Renaissance and Sub- Digital Communities Urbanization Urbanization 3500BC 2000BC 1000BC 0 500 1000 1500 1700 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 Engineered Roads 770 1672 1804 1903 3500BC Iron Horseshoes Steam car Steam Airplane Wheeled Carts 2000BC Locomotive & River Boats Horses Tamed 1947 1783 1908 Supersonic Hot Air Automobile Flight Balloon Assembly Line 1926 1967 Liquid Concorde Exploration and Exploitation FueledConstructed from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_timelines by Ocean Going Ships Rocket
    • Co to jest Cloud Computing
    • Co to jest Cloud Computing wedługU.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology: “Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.” Characteristics Service Models Deployment Models • Resource pooling • Private cloud • Broad network access • Software as a Service • Public cloud • Rapid elasticity • Platform as a Service • Hybrid cloud • Measured service • Infrastructure as a Service • Community cloud • On-demand self service Read more at: http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/SNS/cloud-computing/index.html
    • 4 modele świadczenia usług BPaaS Financials Collaboration Analytics CRM, ERP, HR SaaS Software as a Service Development Application Database Middleware Tooling Runtimes PaaS Platform as a Service Data Center Servers Networking Storage Fabric Virtualized, Shared, Dynamically Provisioned IaaS Infrastructure as a Service
    • Zało enie Cloud Computing + + = Redukcja Wirtualizacja Standaryzacja Automatyka kosztów Większa Elastyczność
    • Komponenty modelu Cloud Computing
    • 6 kroków do Cloud Computing 1 2 3 Mapa drogowa Dostosowanie architektury referencyjnej Inwentaryzacja zadań E-Mail, Software Collaboration Development Data Test and Pre- Intensive Production Processing Database ERP 4 5 6 Określenie i identyfikacja KPI Kalkulacja ROI Definicja planu migracji Platform & Computing Applications Infrastructure Bus Email Apps User User User Sys BPM Systems Storage Mgmt Info Web Svr Network Mgmt
    • Architektura referencyjna Cloud Service Cloud Service Provider Cloud Service Consumer Developer Business-Process-as-a-Service Interface Software-as-a-Service User Consumer API Cloud End user Platform-as-as-Service Services Infrastructure-as-a-Service Developer Virtualized Infrastructure – Server, Storage, Network, Facilities Partner Clouds BSS Offering Mgmt Customer Mgmt Pricing & Rating Business Support Order Mgmt Entitlements Subscriber Mgmt Service Development Portal System Service Delivery Portal Consumer Accounting & Billing Invoicing Peering & Settlement Business Contract Mgmt SLA Service Offering Reporting Catalog Manager Service Service Definition Metering, Analytics & Reporting Develop Tools API OSS Service Delivery Catalog ment Operational Common Cloud Management Platform Tools Customer Support Service Templates Service Automation Management In-house IT System Service Request Management Configuration Mgmt Image Lifecycle Management Provisioning Incident, Problem & IT Service Level Management Change Management Monitoring & IT Asset & License Management Capacity & Event Management Performance Management Virtualization Mgmt Image Creation Consumer Tools Administrator al rt o P r e d vi o r P e c vi r e S Service Business Manager Service Transition Manager Service Operations Manager Security & Resiliency Service Security Manager
    • Podstawowe komponenty zarządzania usługami Tivoli Service Automation Manager Portal, Katalog usług, automatyczny provisioning, zarządzanie obrazami Tivoli Monitoring Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager Monitoring Pomiar
    • TSAM Web UI TSAM Admin UI Mail Client Linux VM TUAM UI 1 3 11 2 8 9 4 7 Service Service 5 Tivoli Usage & Request Automation Provisioning Accounting Manager Manager Manager Manager Tivoli Process Automation Engine 10 Orchestration workflows Tivoli Usage & Tivoli Service Automation Manager 6 Accounting Manager 6 AIX VM Linux VM AIX VM Linux VM Win VM Linux VMpHyp Hypervisor VMware Hypervisor CPU Memory Disc Network CPU Memory Disc Network
    • TSAM Portal Samoobsługowy
    • Zamówienie przez katalog usług Rezerwacja zasobów U ytkownicy mogą zobaczyć, jakie zasoby są dostępne w katalogu usług, posiadają mo liwość zamówienia usługi i jej uruchomienia w czasie w którym jej potrzebują.
    • Harmonogramowanie
    • Obieg zlecenia i wymagane zgody
    • Zlecenie serwisowe Obieg zgodny z ITIL prosto z pudełka z mo liwością personalizacji ustawień
    • Monitoring
    • Pomiar: Rozliczanie za u ycie
    • Typowa platforma do zarządzania Tivoli Monitoring Tivoli Tivoli Service Tivoli Service Request Manager Provisioning Automation Manager Web Manager Tivoli Process Automation Engine Orchestration workflows Tivoli Network Config Mgr Service Image Work- Automation Library flows Templates HPC Tivoli Usage and Usage Reports Billing Reports Accounting Manager x86 pSeries z/OS SUN Transakcje HMC HMC VM VM VM VM … … … NIM NIM Hypervisor Hypervisor Hypervisor (KVM, VMware, Xen) (PowerVM) (z/VM) Storage Network Storage Network Storage Network BA
    • Ró ne mo liwości implementacji Pre-konfigurowany HW, SW i dyski Uzytkownik IBM Cloudburst chmury Poral samoobsługowy Katalog usług Pre-konfigurowane obrazy VM ISDM - ISDM - TUAM ISDM - ISDM - TSAM IBM Service Delivery Manager TSA Virtual ITM Machines Indywidualne komponenty Tivoli Service Automation Manager, IBM Tivoli Monitoring, etc. Warstwa abstrakcji
    • IBM Service Delivery Manager File repository, Service Usage and File repository, Service Monitoring Usage and URL redirection, Automation Monitoring Accounting URL redirection, Automation Accounting Mail server Mail server
    • Zarządzanie Zarządzanie Chmura ISDM Management Wirtualne maszyny / Server partycje ISDM - TUAM ISDM - ISDM - ISDM - TSAM Hypervisor : TSA ITM Wirtualne VMWare, KVM, Xen – PowerVM, VMControl - zVM maszyny Hypervisor : Fizyczne serwery: VMWare System X, Power, lub Z Physical Server: System X or any x86 platform
    • Cloudburst 2.1 - architektura IBM Storage Mgr .1 IBM Director 6.1 Active Energy Customer Ethernet Network Virtual Center ToolsCenter Customer SAN Network BOFM Windows 2003 R2 Enterprise 10G BNT Enet Switch 10G BNT Enet Switch MSIM-L Bay 9 MSIM-L Bay 7 3650 M2 Server Midplane AMM2 HS22 Blade HS22 Blade HS22 Blade HS22 Blade HS22 Blade HS22 Blade HS22 Blade HS22 Blade HS22 Blade HS22 Blade HS22 Blade HS22 Blade HS22 Blade HS22 Blade x3650 M2 AMM2 BlueCloud 1.6.1. 24 pt 1Gps Ethernet Sw TPM 7.1 Midplane 24 pt 1Gps Ethernet Sw WAS ND ITM ITDS 6.1.0.13 6.2.1 6.1.0.1 20pt FC SM 20pt FC SM Bay 3 Bay 4 DB2 ESE 9.1 PDU 1 PDU 2 SUSE 10 SP2 & NFS Cntl A Cntl B VMWare ESXi 3.5 U4 Hypervisor DS3400
    • Jak zacząć ? Automatyzacja działań, w zale ności od zlecenia u ytkownika opartego o katalog usług IBM Tivoli Service IBM Service Delivery IBM Automation Manager CloudBurst
    • ..::[ Dziękuję za uwagę ]::.. http://twitter.com/PiotrPietrzak http://blog.niebieski.org piotr.pietrzak@pl.ibm.com 25