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  • Cloud has gone from #16 to #2 in one years for Gartner CIO survey.Slide Reference Dataleading_in_times_of_transiti_173967.pdf: SourceMark > Larry on 01/21/2010: ObtainedSource Notes: “Lighter-weight” technologies create asymmetrical sources of capability:With increased focus on virtualization, cloud computing and Web 2.0 technologies, CIO strategictechnology priorities for 2010 are shifting dramatically. How fast these “lighter-weight”technologies will move through their respective Hype Cycles remains to be seen, but they are definitelyelements in the CIO’s agenda. Business intelligence, enterprise systems, networking and security remainimportant to the execution of CIO strategies.
  • Real, new capabilities: On demand self-service, elastic scalability/capacity, measured service to enable pay-per-useEstablished technologies: grid, virtualization, dynamic provisioning“Cloud is evolutionary, not revolutionary”(grid computing, virtualization, SOA, shared services, SaaS, outsourcing, broadband networks, browser as the platform)Benefits: speed/agility and costConcerns: security, compliance, QoS, integration, lock-in, long-term costsEnterprises will use a mix of public and private clouds. Enterprise IT departments will build private clouds to provide the benefits of public clouds (speed, cost) while mitigating the serious concerns (security, compliance, etc.). Some apps will run on public, while others will run on private, while others will stay non-cloud. Adoption will be gradual, taking place over several years.So given this perspective, what is Oracle’s Cloud Computing Strategy?
  • Savvis has stood up an Oracle PaaS
  • I would like to use this slide showing the lifecycle of how a private cloud would work within an enterprise. Note the different roles.1. First IT sets up the private PaaS based on the Oracle Cloud Platform. They also define certain shared components to ensure standardization and make it easier for app builders. These components may be services, processes or UI components. They also need to set up a self-service application, potentially based on WebCenter portal and Identity Management. This is potentially also integrated with the enterprise’s IT Service Mgmt application such as Siebel or BMC/Remedy.2. Next, an app owner can take advantage of the PaaS and shared component to more quickly assemble the app and deploy it through self-service. If their role entitles them to make that request, it is automatically provisioned. If not, it gets routed to their management and/or IT for workflow approval…just like a procurement process.3. Third, users start using the app.4. If usage starts to approach the capacity limits, the app owner can monitor this through self-service. And the system can scale automatically thanks to an underlying grid architecture at the database and middleware levels, and thanks to effective grid control by Enterprise Manager.5. Enterprise Manager also tracks resource usage (metering) and this data can be used to charge back to the departments or LOBs.So, this PaaS shows some of the key characteristics of cloud computing: self-service, shared services, dynamic provisioning, elastic scalabiltiy and metering/chargeback.
  • Now let’s talk about WHAT is a Private PaaS.A Private PaaS is made up of a number of critical building blocks. Oracle has the most comprehensive set of building blocks in the industry, the most “complete, open and integrated” set of building blocks.From the bottom up, this includes Oracle VM for server virtualization, Oracle Enterprise Linux our OS, the Oracle Database grid (made up of RAC, ASM, In-Memory Database Cache, and other database options and features). Then on top of that, Oracle offers our application grid, which includes WebLogic Server, Coherence, Tuxedo and JRockit, and on top of that, a number of value-added services: SOA and BPM for integration and process management, identity and access management for security, and WebCenter our portal for user interaction.We also offer very comprehensive “Cloud Management” capabilities based on Oracle Enterprise Manager. EM has very comprehensive capabilities to manage the full “Cloud Platform” stack including middleware, database, OS and virtualization. For example, Real User Experience Insight (RUEI) enables us to manage top-down from the application end-user’s perspective things like performance, availability and behavior patterns…something that’s useful for SLA/QoS management for private clouds.Our second Keynote explains Private PaaS in more depth, and we have a separate session to talk more about Cloud Management.
  • You have a number of applications and services you need to support <click to bring up black boxes> and a set of resources to run them <click to bring up servers>. Traditionally there has been a highly siloed, dedicated stack approach to associated apps with resources. <click to bring up app grid pic> The application grid approach is about breaking down those silos and sharing and pooling resources instead. By dynamically and automatically adjusting the allocation of resources across needs, you can get much higher utilization out of hardware because you’re not provisioning each application for its own worst case. You get higher reliability through the multiplicity of resources, and higher performance through parallelization. <click to dissolve Application Grid box into constituent products><click to bring up value propositions>The complete application foundation features coupled with the industry’s best capabilities for sharing and dynamically adjusting both physical and virtualized resources means that what we have here is the most complete platform for cloud.WebLogic Server is unquestionably the industry’s #1 Java EE application server in performance. With GlassFish highly streamlined for rapid, iterative development and Virtual Assembly Builder as a game-changing new approach to application deployment, you get that #1 performance AND #1 in time-to-market.And with cross-stack certification and optimization that no other vendor can give you, Oracle Application Grid products provide by far the greatest integration synergies with benefits in cost, performance, and ease-of-use, and flexibility to change.
  • You have a number of applications and services you need to support <click to bring up black boxes> and a set of resources to run them <click to bring up servers>. Traditionally there has been a highly siloed, dedicated stack approach to associated apps with resources. <click to bring up app grid pic> The application grid approach is about breaking down those silos and sharing and pooling resources instead. By dynamically and automatically adjusting the allocation of resources across needs, you can get much higher utilization out of hardware because you’re not provisioning each application for its own worst case. You get higher reliability through the multiplicity of resources, and higher performance through parallelization. <click to dissolve Application Grid box into constituent products><click to bring up value propositions>The complete application foundation features coupled with the industry’s best capabilities for sharing and dynamically adjusting both physical and virtualized resources means that what we have here is the most complete platform for cloud.WebLogic Server is unquestionably the industry’s #1 Java EE application server in performance. With GlassFish highly streamlined for rapid, iterative development and Virtual Assembly Builder as a game-changing new approach to application deployment, you get that #1 performance AND #1 in time-to-market.And with cross-stack certification and optimization that no other vendor can give you, Oracle Application Grid products provide by far the greatest integration synergies with benefits in cost, performance, and ease-of-use, and flexibility to change.
  • APM Moniforce - real user experience monitoring ClearApp – SOA application discovery and modeling Auptyma - monitoring Java in production We have rounded out the APM capabilitiesLifecycle Management Virtual Iron - virtualization and cloud Mgmt Comprehensive lifecycle supportApplication Quality Management E-test Suite – auto testing platform for SOA Complements our own testing solutions Comprehensive automated testing solution Configuration management mValent – application configuration mgmt Active Reasoning - compliance , change detection Creating best of breed Config solution for Oracle & non-Oracle
  • I would like to use this slide showing the lifecycle of how a private cloud would work within an enterprise. Note the different roles.1. First IT sets up the private PaaS based on the Oracle Cloud Platform. They also define certain shared components to ensure standardization and make it easier for app builders. These components may be services, processes or UI components. They also need to set up a self-service application, potentially based on WebCenter portal and Identity Management. This is potentially also integrated with the enterprise’s IT Service Mgmt application such as Siebel or BMC/Remedy.2. Next, an app owner can take advantage of the PaaS and shared component to more quickly assemble the app and deploy it through self-service. If their role entitles them to make that request, it is automatically provisioned. If not, it gets routed to their management and/or IT for workflow approval…just like a procurement process.3. Third, users start using the app.4. If usage starts to approach the capacity limits, the app owner can monitor this through self-service. And the system can scale automatically thanks to an underlying grid architecture at the database and middleware levels, and thanks to effective grid control by Enterprise Manager.5. Enterprise Manager also tracks resource usage (metering) and this data can be used to charge back to the departments or LOBs.So, this PaaS shows some of the key characteristics of cloud computing: self-service, shared services, dynamic provisioning, elastic scalability and metering/chargeback.
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager offers capabilities today that can help customers on the left side of the previous slide. It also has capabilities today to help customers who identified themselves on the right hand side of the previous slide. We will cover these areas. We will also cover some very exciting new capabilities that are upcoming. The new capabilities will enable you to deploy out-of-box cloud management solutions. It is important to note that unless the foundational capabilities are in place, you will not maximize the benefits of cloud computing. So it pays to be honest about your own IT management capabilities and set realistic objectives to ensure your path to the cloud offers the maximum benefit.
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager offers capabilities today that can help customers on the left side of the previous slide. It also has capabilities today to help customers who identified themselves on the right hand side of the previous slide. We will cover these areas. We will also cover some very exciting new capabilities that are upcoming. The new capabilities will enable you to deploy out-of-box cloud management solutions. It is important to note that unless the foundational capabilities are in place, you will not maximize the benefits of cloud computing. So it pays to be honest about your own IT management capabilities and set realistic objectives to ensure your path to the cloud offers the maximum benefit.
  • Support various patch typesPatchsets, patches, Security patches, RPMs, etc
  • Virtual Assembly Builder includes the following product components: Introspector: an introspection tool that allows users to capture the configuration and assets of an existing multi-tier enterprise applications and produce the equivalent assembly and appliance metadata. Assembly Editor: a metadata editing tool that allows users to create a new assembly from any existing appliances or assemblies and to change their properties by manipulating the appliance or assembly metadata. Template Creator: A tool that creates the necessary Oracle VM disk images and configurations of the introspected system into deployable artifacts for every appliance within an assembly. (This process is called packaging.) Deployer: a deployment tool that allows users to instantiate a complete assembly with all the appliances provisioned on a resource pool of virtualized servers and configured to connect with each other automatically. An assembly is simply a collection of interrelated software appliances that are automatically configured upon deployment. Assemblies are typically deployed onto a set of virtualized hardware resources to ensure high levels of hardware utilization and efficiency.
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    • 1. <Insert Picture Here>Cloud Computing StrategyDan KoloskiDirector, Product Management & Business DevelopmentOracle
    • 2. The following is intended to outline our generalproduct direction. It is intended for informationpurposes only, and may not be incorporated into anycontract. It is not a commitment to deliver anymaterial, code, or functionality, and should not berelied upon in making purchasing decisions.The development, release, and timing of anyfeatures or functionality described for Oracle’sproducts remain at the sole discretion of Oracle. 2
    • 3. Cloud Computing and Virtualization Are Top CIO PrioritiesSource: Gartner. Leading in Times of Transition. The 2010 CIO Agenda 3
    • 4. NIST Definition of Cloud ComputingCloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurablecomputing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage,applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisionedand released with minimal management effort or serviceprovider interaction.This cloud model promotes availability and is composed of:5 Essential Characteristics 3 Service Models 4 Deployment Models• On-demand self-service • SaaS • Public Cloud• Resource pooling • PaaS • Private Cloud• Rapid elasticity • IaaS • Community Cloud• Measured service • Hybrid Cloud• Broad network accessSource: NIST Definition of Cloud Computing v15 4
    • 5. SaaS, PaaS and IaaS Applications delivered as a service Software as a Service to end-users over the Internet App development & deployment Platform as a Service platform delivered as a service Server, storage and networkInfrastructure as a Service hardware and associated software delivered as a service 5
    • 6. Public Clouds and Private Clouds Public Clouds Private Cloud• Used by • Exclusively multiple SaaS SaaS I I Apps SaaS used by a tenants on a N N single shared basis T T organization PaaS PaaS E R PaaS PaaS• Hosted and R A • Controlled and managed by N N managed by IaaS IaaS E E IaaS IaaS cloud service in-house IT provider T T Trade-offs Lower upfront costs Lower total costs Outsourced management Greater control over security, compliance, QoS OpEx CapEx & OpEx Enterprises will adopt a mix of public and private clouds 6
    • 7. Why Are Enterprises Interested in Cloud? What Are the Challenges Enterprises Face? Benefits Challenges/Issues Speed Security QoSCost FitSource: IDC eXchange, "IT Cloud Services User Survey, pt. 2: Top Benefits & Challenges," (http://blogs.idc.com/ie/?p=210), October 2, 2008 7
    • 8. Do You Provide or Use Internal or Private Clouds? Yes, in production at scale 11.3% Yes, in limited use 12.8% 28.6% Yes, in pilot stage 4.5% Preliminary planning 4.9% Under consideration 10.5% No 47.4% Don’t know/unsure 8.7% 28.6% of respondents have internal or private clouds todayPreliminary findings from the IOUG ResearchWire member study on Cloud Computing, conducted in August-September 2010. 8
    • 9. What Type of Private Platform and Infrastructure Cloud Services Is Your Company Providing? Application server platform as a service 24.7% Database platform as a service 21.4% PaaS Identity as a service 4.7% Compute as a service 10.2% Storage as a service 18.1% IaaS Software development and test as a service 14.9% Don’t know/unsure 20.5% None 37.2% Most popular: App Server as a service Database as a servicePreliminary findings from the IOUG ResearchWire member study on Cloud Computing, conducted in August-September 2010. 9
    • 10. Evolution of Private and Public CloudsPublic Cloud Evolution Public Clouds Hybrid MSP ISP CSP/ Telcos IaaS PaaS IaaS SaaS ASP ISV PaaS SaaSPrivate Cloud Evolution Virtual Private Cloud App1 App2 App3 App1 App2 App3 App1 App2 App3 App1 App2 App3 Consolidate Private PaaS Private PaaS Private PaaS Standardize Private IaaS Private IaaS Private IaaS Silo’d Grid Private Cloud Hybrid• Physical • Virtual • Self-service • Federation with• Dedicated • Shared services • Policy-based public clouds• Static • Dynamic resource mgmt • Interoperability• Heterogeneous • Standardized • Chargeback • Cloud bursting appliances • Capacity planning 10
    • 11. Cloud Computing: Oracle’s Perspective• Characterized by real, new capabilities, but based on many established technologies• Compelling benefits as well as some concerns to address• Enterprises will adopt a mix of public and private clouds … right now Private PaaS is the sweet spot for a lot of customer interest. 11
    • 12. Oracle Cloud Computing Strategy Our objectives: • Ensure that cloud computing is fully enterprise grade • Support both public and private cloud computing – give customers choiceOracle On Demand Oracle Applications Public Clouds Private Cloud SaaS SaaS I I Apps SaaS N N T T PaaS PaaS E R PaaS PaaS R A N N IaaS IaaS E E IaaS IaaS T T UsersOracle Technology in public clouds Oracle Private PaaS 12
    • 13. Oracle on Demand Cloud Services On Premise @Customer @Oracle SaaSSoftware License Customer Customer Customer Oracle Software Mgmt Customer Oracle Oracle Oracle Oracle On Demand Infra Mgmt Customer Customer Oracle Oracle Oracle is the premiere cloud service for Datacenter Customer Customer Oracle Oracle Oracle software 13
    • 14. Oracle Fusion ApplicationsDeployed on Shared Services Private PaaS Industry Applications ISV Apps Custom Apps Shared Components Private PaaS Private IaaS May also be deployed on public cloud 14
    • 15. Full Oracle Software Stack Certified andSupported on Oracle VM on Amazon EC2 • Amazon EC2 now supports Oracle VM • Fully certified and supported: Certified & Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion supported Middleware, Oracle Applications (EBS, PeopleSoft, Siebel), Oracle Enterprise Manager • Oracle license portability • Oracle Unbreakable Linux support and Amazon Premium Support • Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) based on Oracle VM Templates 15
    • 16. Oracle PaaS Hosted by Savvis Savvis Management Portal • SavvisStationCustomer Applications Savvis Managed Solutions PaaS customer interface SavvisStation Portal • Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder Assembly Builder PaaS solution options Oracle Middleware • WebLogic Server Enterprise Oracle Database Edition & Standard Edition • Oracle Database Enterprise Edition & Standard Edition Oracle Linux Oracle VM IaaS solution options • Oracle Linux • Oracle VM 16
    • 17. Oracle Private Cloud Platform Applications Cloud Management Oracle Enterprise Oracle Apps Manager 3rd Party Apps ISV Apps Application Performance Mgmt Platform as a Service Lifecycle Integration: Process Mgmt: Security: User Interaction: Management SOA Suite BPM Suite Identity Mgmt WebCenter Application Grid: WebLogic Server, Coherence, Tuxedo, JRockit Configuration Management Database Grid: Oracle Database, RAC, ASM, Partitioning, IMDB Cache, Active Data Guard, Database Security Application Quality Mgmt Infrastructure as a Service Oracle Solaris Operating Systems: Oracle Enterprise Linux Oracle Linux Ops Center Oracle VM for SPARC (LDom) Oracle VM for x86 Solaris Containers Physical & Virtual Servers Systems Mgmt Storage 19
    • 18. Exadata and ExalogicExtreme Performance, Engineered Systems• Database and middleware machines• Unmatched performance, simplified deployment, lower total cost• Building blocks for public and private PaaS 20
    • 19. Consolidate onto Exadata• Server rationalization - OLTP + OLTP … - Data mart + data mart… - System life-cycle • Production + test + development• Mixed workload - Operational BI - Real-time data warehousing - Embedded reports, analytics• Schema integration 21
    • 20. Oracle Application Grid Custom Packaged SOA C/C++/ Legacy App App Service COBOLWebLogic and Application Grid Tuxedo Enterprise GlassFish Manager Coherence and Virtual JRockit and HotSpot Assembly Physical and Virtual Builder Complete, proven and integrated solution • Most complete application platform for cloud • Elastically scalable and shared application foundation • #1 in performance AND time-to-market • Best integration with Oracle stack 22
    • 21. Server Virtualization and Clustering Deliver Resource Pooling and Elastic ScalabilityBoth server virtualization and clustering are key technologies for cloud 23
    • 22. WebLogic Virtualization Option • Runs natively on hypervisor • Higher density • Better performance • Reduced operational cost • Simpler patching • Improved security • Same administrative infrastructure • WebLogic console + scripting • Enterprise Manager JRockit Mission Control • Custom Java appliances • Building blocks for larger assemblies • Simple deployment 24
    • 23. Cloud Management Roadmap Applications Oracle Enterprise Manager Custom Apps Oracle Apps ISV Apps Cloud Cloud Management Management Roadmap Platform as a Service ApplicationIntegration: Process Mgmt: Security: User Interaction: Performance Mgmt Self-Service SOA Suite BPM Suite Identity Mgmt WebCenter Lifecycle Application Grid: WebLogic Server, Coherence, Tuxedo, JRockit Management Chargeback Database Grid: Oracle Database, RAC, ASM, Partitioning, IMDB Cache, Active Data Guard, Database Security Configuration Resource Management Scheduling Infrastructure as a Service Application Capacity Quality Mgmt Planning Oracle Solaris Operating Systems: Oracle Enterprise Linux Oracle Linux Oracle VM for SPARC (LDom) Oracle VM for x86 Solaris Containers Ops Center Servers Physical & Virtual Systems Mgmt Storage © 2010 Oracle Corporation 25
    • 24. Oracle Enterprise Manager Application Performance Lifecycle Management Management Dynamic Resource Real User Monitoring Management SOA, Java, JVM Patching Diagnostics, Tuning Provisioning Functional/Load Testing Compliance DashboardsApplication Configuration Mgmt Real Application Testing Collection, Data Masking Tracking, History Configuration Application Management Quality Management © 2010 Oracle Corporation 26
    • 25. Five Essential Requirements Private Cloud Lifecycle 3. Self-service Deployment 2. Build, Package and Test 4. Manage/Monitor Applications • Monitor via self-service Developer / • Adjust capacity based on • Assemble app IT Admin policies using shared • Manage components Developer (patch, • Deploy through backup) self-service IT/App Owner App 5. Charge1. Set Up Cloud Oracle Enterprise Manager Shared Components Self-Service Interface IT/App Owner Oracle Fusion Middleware • Meter and IT Chargeback Oracle Oracle Database • Set up PaaS Enterprise • Set up shared Manager components Oracle VM, Linux, Solaris • Set up self- service portal Sun Servers & Storage © 2010 Oracle Corporation 27
    • 26. 1. Setup Cloud Oracle Enterprise Manager Software Image Library • Hardware provisioning Configuration Application Settings Components • Bare Metal (PXE, ISO, Kickstart, OVM Templates) Oracle VM + Patches • Linux, Solaris, Oracle VM • FirmwareAS1 Image AS2 Image AS3 Image • Sun storage • Sun network fabric • Software provisioning Configuration Application • Reference cloning SettingsDB1 Image DB2 Image DB3 Image Components • DB, WebLogic, SOA OS • Applications Physical ServerOS1 Image OS2 Image OS3 Image © 2010 Oracle Corporation 28
    • 27. 2. Build, Package and Test Applications Oracle Virtual Assembly BuilderOracle Oracle Oracle Oracle Package multi-tier applications for SOA BPM IdentitySuite Suite WebCenter Mgt rapid, error-free deployment Oracle Application Grid Application A Application B Oracle Enterprise Manager Oracle Database Grid Introspection & Virtualized Software Assembly Appliances Assembly A Assembly B Assembly Builder Oracle VM Server Oracle VM Template Deployment Builder OVF Packaging © 2010 Oracle Corporation 29
    • 28. Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder config1 config2 Assembly = Appliances (VM Templates + Dev/Test configurationEnvironment Metadata) + relationships & start order Metadata Production Environments • Package up complex structure from dev/test and reconstitute in production • Minimize setup time and risk of hard-to-debug configuration errors • Easily replicate in production with minor variations • Each production instance has well-contained configuration parameters for flexibility 30
    • 29. 2. Build, Package and Test Applications Comprehensive Application Quality Management SolutionsSelf Service Lab Automatic Provisioning of Test Integrated Performance Management Hardware, Software and Data Diagnostic Faster Testing Reduced Manual Effort Quick Defect Discovery and ResolutionDefine and Run Test Test Metering and Suits Chargeback © 2010 Oracle Corporation 31
    • 30. 3. Self-service Deployment • Self-service provisioning: - Oracle VM Templates - Complete Assemblies • Users can select: - Server size - Storage volumes - Dynamic/static IP - Network profile • Policies for quota, retirement, chargeback • Cloud APIs – submitted to DMTF © 2010 Oracle Corporation 32
    • 31. Announcing: Cloud Resource Model APIContributing Specification to DMTF • Open management of clouds • Greater return on investments • Check out the spec on OTN • otn.oracle.com -- search: cloud api © 2010 Oracle Corporation 33
    • 32. Policy Management Automatic response to resource bottlenecks• Simplifies Cloud Management through Exceptions and Actions• Exception thresholds can be based on Application KPIs• Support for different policy types - Workload Management (DRS, DPM policies) - High Availability Policies Policy Exceptions - Cloud placement policies - Retirement Policies and Quota Sales ERP Custom - Configuration Policies Application Application Application Actions Application Grid Server Grid Storage Grid © 2010 Oracle Corporation 34
    • 33. 4. Manage/Monitor Oracle Enterprise Manager Application Performance and Centralized Monitoring SLA Management User Experience Management Business Transaction Management Business Service Management JVM DB Diagnostics DiagnosticsConfiguration Management Patching © 2010 Oracle Corporation 35
    • 34. 4a. Centralized Monitoring • Centralized, exception driven monitoring using Metrics and Thresholds • Define your own metrics • Monitoring templates • Exception Notification • Email, page, SMS • Integration with third party event console • Open View, Unicenter, Remedy and more © 2010 Oracle Corporation 36
    • 35. 4b. Centralized Configuration Management Doing more with lessKnowing What Standardizing Configuration DetectingYou Have Configurations Compliance Configuration ChangesAsset Discovery Drift Analysis Proactive Checks Real-time MonitoringAutomated Inventory Config Comparison Policy Management Real-time DetectionHW/SW Configurations •Across the stack Out-of-the-Box Policies •Who, What and When •Operating Systems •Across lifecycles User-Defined Policies Compliance Framework •Hardware •Baseline & Gold Std User-Defined Groups •SOX. PCI, CoBIT … •Database •1-to-1, 1-to-Many Compliance Dashboard Change Reconciliation •Packaged Apps Drift Reconciliation •Authorized vs UnauthorizedConfiguration SearchRelationships © 2010 Oracle Corporation 37
    • 36. 4c. Keep Track of Cloud Assets •Tracking of hardware, software, relationships • Extensible Collection blueprints for database, operating systems, middleware, business apps • Dependency mapping between Physical and Virtual infrastructure • Prevention of cloud sprawl through discovery and reporting © 2010 Oracle Corporation 38
    • 37. 4d.Standardizing Configurations in the Cloud • Compare against gold configuration or baselines • Import and Export baselines • Scheduled comparison • Diff reconciliation © 2010 Oracle Corporation 39
    • 38. 4e. Configuration ComplianceControl the entropy of the Cloud • 300+ out-of-box policies • Security, Configuration and Storage policies • Can be User-Defined • Policy groups to map to CIS, SOX etc. • Enterprise wide compliance score tracking • Real time change tracking, auditing and reconciliation © 2010 Oracle Corporation 40
    • 39. 4f. Detecting Configuration Changes“When things stop working, the first thing we do is try to figure out what has changed” • Real time change discovery and tracking • Who changed What and When • Change reconciliation • Through integration with help desk systems • Segregation of “Authorized” versus “Unauthorized” changes • Out-of-box Configuration Auditing reports for SOX, COBIT, PCI © 2010 Oracle Corporation 41
    • 40. 4g. Software PatchingMass deploy patches across the Cloud in minutes • Linux, Solaris and Windows • Patch Advisories • My Oracle Support, Unbreakable Linux Network and Sun Connection • Online and Offline modes • Mass patching • Zero downtime patching in HA environments • Pre-flight pre-requisite check before deployment © 2010 Oracle Corporation 42
    • 41. 4h. Application Performance Management Managing Quality of Service for the CloudOracle Enterprise Manager ■ Real and Synthetic User Monitoring User Experience ■ Oracle Application Accelerators Management ■ Business-IT correlation ■ End-to-End visibility Business Transaction ■ Business Context Management ■ Exception Management ■ Service Topology, Dependency analysis Business Service ■ Service Implementation drill-downs Management ■ Service Dependency analysis ■ Resource View ■ JVM Memory leak analysis JVM DB Diagnostics Diagnostics ■ Cross-tier tracing ■ Self-Managing DB (ADDM, ■ Automated SQL AWR, ASH) Tuning © 2010 Oracle Corporation 43
    • 42. 5. Metering and Chargeback Oracle Enterprise Manager + Oracle Billing and Revenue Management Complete Cloud Management and Monetization Capabilities Cloud Services Cloud Management Cloud Monetization Oracle Enterprise Manager Oracle Billing and Revenue ManagementApplications Configuration Mgmt Metered Provisioning Usage Pricing/Charging FlexibilityMiddleware Lifecycle Management Customer Management Bill/Invoice Database generation Application Performance and Management delivery OS Complete Billing Operations Application Quality BalanceVirtualization Usage Management Control data Value Chain Management collection Ops Center Physical & Virtual Business Intelligence Systems Management © 2010 Oracle Corporation 44
    • 43. Oracle Cloud Platform Key Differentiators Comprehensive PaaS Solution • Elasticity across the stack (clustering and server virtualization) • Integrated hardware and software (Exadata, Exalogic) Application-Aware Cloud • Oracle packaged, 3rd party, custom applications • Application-to-disk and Business Service Level Management Deployment Efficiency • Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder • Oracle WebLogic Server – Virtualization Option Broad Platform Support • x86 and SPARC • Physical and virtual Complete Cloud Lifecycle Management • Setup, use, monitor/manage, chargeback 45
    • 44. Case Studies 46
    • 45. Oracle IT: Oracle Dev/Test Self-Service Private Cloud Job Mgmt Virtualization Match Enterprise Submit Priority Manager Making Self-Service Grid Control Application Resource Mgmt Notifications Developer• 2600 physical servers, 6000 VMs, 3500 developers Metadata / Label Servers• 80% utilization 7x24• 4 IT admins Hosts Results 47
    • 46. Oracle Private PaaS Case Study: Credit Suisse • Centralized deployment of 200+ applicationsPlatforms – a key to efficiency • 35% reduction in operating costs• JAP – Java Application Platform • Prevented 44% increase of power• CHP – Compute Hosting Platform consumption in 4 years, while• DHP – Database Hosting Platform doubling the capacity • No downtime incidents 3 years in a row Detailed Credit Suisse presentation available 48
    • 47. Closing Thoughts 49
    • 48. Getting Cloudy• Cloud planning – Strategy – what goes where, what to standardize, what to consolidate, what to outsource – Business justification – Roadmap – maturity model• Key considerations – Economics – funding model, capacity planning, chargeback metrics – Organization, roles & responsibilities – Governance, policies and processes – Security – Technical architecture • Reference architectures, blueprints • Best practices and case studies • Build time vs. run time• Oracle Insight workshops can help 50
    • 49. Oracle Leadership in Cloud Computing• Oracle offers: – Cloud services via Oracle On Demand – Applications running on private or public clouds – Technology running in public clouds – Technology to build, deploy and manage private clouds• Highly differentiated products• Oracle provides most complete, open and integrated cloud solution in the industry 51
    • 50. © 2009 Oracle – Proprietary and Confidential 52
    • 51. Does Your Company Use Services from Public Cloud Providers? Yes 13.8% No 54.6% Under consideration 11.2% Don’t know/unsure 20.4% 13.8% of respondents use public clouds todayPreliminary findings from the IOUG ResearchWire member study on Cloud Computing, conducted in August-September 2010. 53
    • 52. What Kinds of Applications Is Your Company Running on Private Cloud Services? Financial/accounting 19.6% Human resources/benefits 18.6% Email, collaboration, communication apps 18.2% Home-grown applications 15.9% Customer service 13.6% Virtual desktop 13.6% Procurement/purchasing 11.4% Inventory/shipping 10.0% Desktop productivity applications 10.0% Departmental or LOB applications 9.1% Marketing/sales 8.2% Other 9.0% Don’t know/unsure 43.6%Preliminary findings from the IOUG ResearchWire member study on Cloud Computing, conducted in August-September 2010. 54
    • 53. Why Did Your Company Decide to Implement Certain Services via a Private Cloud Versus Public Cloud? Security concerns 43.4% Quality of Service concerns 25.3% Long-term cost 25.3% Services already existed internally 22.5% Regulatory compliance concerns 15.9% Difficulty to customize 14.3% Difficulty to integrate with in-house systems 8.7% Other 19.0%Preliminary findings from the IOUG ResearchWire member study on Cloud Computing, conducted in August-September 2010. 55
    • 54. Oracle Virtual Assembly BuilderAssemblies, PropertiesAppliances Inspector CatalogDeployment Assembly Resource Editor Pools 56

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