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Journey to The Cloud A Practical Approach.

Journey to The Cloud A Practical Approach.

By Martins Akingba, Internet Solutions Nigeria

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    Journey to the cloud- A practical approach (November 7, 2012 Innovation Dinner) Journey to the cloud- A practical approach (November 7, 2012 Innovation Dinner) Presentation Transcript

    • Journey to The CloudA Practical ApproachPresented by Martins Akingba7 November 2012
    • The Journey To the Cloud - Agenda Cloud Classifications • Define Cloud Computing • Cloud Service Types • Cloud Deployment Types The CIOs approach • Top down - SaaS • Bottom up - IaaS© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 2
    • The Journey To the Cloud - Agenda Cloud Classifications • Define Cloud Computing • Cloud Service Types • Cloud Deployment Types The CIOs approach • Top down - SaaS • Bottom up - IaaS© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 3
    • Definitions of “Cloud Computing” “a style of computing where scalable and elastic IT-enabled capabilities are delivered as a service to external/internal customers using Internet technologies” – adapted from Gartner “IT resources and services that are abstracted from the underlying infrastructure and provided “on-demand” and “at scale” in a multi-tenant environment” – Gartner© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 4
    • Gartner’s Five AttributesAbstraction On-demand Scalable Multi-tenant Metered by use© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 5
    • Gartner’s Five AttributesAbstraction On-Demand Scalable Multi-Tenant Metered by use • User concerns are abstracted from the Provider through service interfaces that are well-defined. • IT Resources and Services is abstracted from the underlying Infrastructure. • The interfaces hide the implementation details and enable a completely automated response by the Provider to the User of the service.© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 6
    • Gartner’s Five AttributesAbstraction On-Demand Scalable Multi-Tenant Metered by use • Source only what you need –scaling up or down© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 7
    • Gartner’s Five AttributesAbstraction On-Demand Scalable Multi-Tenant Metered by use • Services share a pool of resources to build economies of scale. IT resources are used with maximum efficiency. • The service can scale capacity up or down as the consumer demands at the speed of full automation (which may be seconds for some services and hours for others). • Elasticity is associated with not only scale but also an economic model that enables scaling in both directions in an automated fashion. This means that services scale on-demand to add or remove resources as needed.© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 8
    • Gartner’s Five AttributesAbstraction On-Demand Scalable Multi-Tenant Metered by use • Architecture deployed allows the sharing of infrastructure to deliver Dedicated Services© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 9
    • Gartner’s Five AttributesAbstraction On-Demand Scalable Multi-Tenant Metered by use • Services are tracked with usage metrics to enable multiple payment models. The service provider has a usage accounting model for measuring the use of the services, which could then be used to create different pricing plans and models. • These may include pay-as-you go plans, subscriptions, fixed plans and even free plans. The implied payment plans will be based on usage, not on the cost of the equipment. • These plans are based on the amount of the service used by the consumers, which may be in terms of hours, data transfers or other use-based attributes delivered.© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 10
    • Cloud Business Drivers Cost Optimisation Risk Optimisation Strategic Agility • No Capex, Less • Business Continuity • Time to Market Assets • Technology • Innovation • Pay-as-you-use Independent • New Business • On Demand • Operational Models Capacity Complexity • Resource Leverage • Economies of Scale • Specialised Skills • Time to Value© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 11
    • Cloud service types Note: Only examples of where a few well-known vendors traditionally played Client Server Application Middleware Software Operating system End user End user Server Storage device device Network Connectivity© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 12
    • Cloud service types Definitions source: NIST Consumer Client Public clouds Server Application SaaS Middleware Software PaaS Operating system End user End user Server Storage IaaS device device Network Connectivity© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 13
    • The Cloud in a nutshell……..• Loosely coupled Business Services• Agile, Scalable infrastructure• On and Ready• Does not replace outsourcing.© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 14
    • Cloud deployment typesVarious publicclouds Private Community Private© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 15
    • Cloud deployment typesVarious publicclouds Perfect Internet Service “Hybrid” Cloud broker Private Community Private© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 16
    • What is wrong with conventional IT? Shortfall = lost opportunities Upgrades Conventional Recruitment resourcing New functionality Scale of IT Wastage = avoidable costs Time© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 17
    • The journey to private cloud Scale of IT Efficiency Responsiveness Utility Time© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 18
    • Leveraging public cloud services Various public cloud Private cloud + services Scale of IT Time© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 19
    • Leveraging public cloud services Various public cloud Private cloud + = Hybrid cloud services Scale of IT Various public cloud services Private cloud Time© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 20
    • The CIOs Approach Cloud Classification • Define Cloud Computing • Cloud Service Types • Cloud Deployment Types The CIOs approach • Top down SaaS • Bottom up IaaS© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 21
    • CIO’s Approach-Top Down and Bottom up Public SaaS Cloud Offerings Offerings Hybrid Cloud Offerings Managed Service led( Hosting Application/Process) Offerings Top Down IT as a Today Service Hybrid Cloud Bottom up OfferingsVirtualized DC PublicServer, Storage, Data Centre led (Network, Desktop Platform /Technology) Cloud Offerings Private e.g. DC, Cloud Advanced IaaS e.g. DC, IaaS and IaaS Compute Services © Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 22
    • Cloud adoption is complex…slowing time to market© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 23
    • Each client will take a unique journey to the cloud 4 Challenge: moving between Hybrid cloud model cloud models requires preference development, integration and possibly a new architecture 3 Leverage of Public cloud service 2 Building Private cloud and Architecture 1 Cloud enablement Projects End goal = IT as a Service Emergence of Public cloud Model© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 24
    • Internet Solutions suite of Cloud offerings…..Within the cloud environment we are able to offer:• Security Services – Outsourced Firewalls, Cloud Web Security Services- antiviruses and antispy ware, content/URL filtering, policy and reporting.• Managed Services- Hosted Exchange (Archive mails and Mail Control), Backup solutions, Virtual Hosting services.• Hosting and Co-location- Vault and Rack Solutions.© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 7 November 2012 25