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    사례를 통해 살펴보는 퍼블릭 클라우드 서비스 프로바이더 동향_VMware Sr.Director,Tash Stamatelos 사례를 통해 살펴보는 퍼블릭 클라우드 서비스 프로바이더 동향_VMware Sr.Director,Tash Stamatelos Presentation Transcript

    • The Efficient, Reliable & Agile Hybrid Cloud:Extending Your Private to Public Cloud Environment © 2009 VMware Inc. All rights reserved
    • Agenda  Market Trends & Cloud Drivers  IT Challenges and the Journey to Cloud Computing  “Cloud Computing 101” – Introduction & Terminology  Getting Started2
    • Market Awareness & User Perceptions3
    • CLOUD UNDERSTANDING Q. How well do you believe you understand what Cloud Computing is on a scale of 1-10, where 10 is highest and 1 is lowest? (n=6141)  Cloud understanding continues to Australia 7.4 roughly map to overall IT market maturity Korea 7.2 – The lone exception is India, which scored higher than both Singapore and Malaysia in cloud Japan 7.0 understanding India 6.8  The larger the org size, the higher the confidence in cloud Singapore 6.6 understanding Malaysia 6.6  Variations by vertical and org type Thailand 6.4 are becoming less pronounced as the market matures China 6.2 – MNC’s still score highest, Public Sector orgs score lowest Total AP 6.84
    • PUBLIC vs. PRIVATE CLOUD UNDERSTANDING Q. How well do you believe you understand the difference between public and private Clouds on a scale of 1-10, where 10 is highest and 1 is lowest? (n=6141) Australia 7.1  Confidence in distinguishing between public and private India 6.7 clouds has increased significantly over the past 12 Japan 6.6 months Singapore 6.6 – Thailand jumped the highest – from 5.9 to 6.6 out of 10 Thailand 6.6  Australia still leads – China continues to lag Malaysia 6.3  Large enterprises are more Korea 6.1 confident in distinguishing between public and private China 5.6 clouds versus small orgs Total AP 6.45
    • PERCEIVED VALUE Q. How do you perceive the overall value (or potential value) of Cloud Computing to your organization? (n=6141)  APJ orgs continue to view cloud 0 computing as a cost-saving 6% measure – Thailand scored highest at 74%, followed by China at 66% – There were no deviations by vertical or org 38% type, with all citing cost-saving  Australia and Korea orgs are 55% slightly more likely to view cloud as a strategic invesment  As in 2010, very large orgs (10k+ employees) are alone in viewing Strategic investment cloud as a strategic investment Cost-saving measure – 49% cited strategic investment – versus 46% Others who cited cost-saving measure6
    • Cloud Adoption & Demand Drivers7
    • CLOUD ADOPTION DRIVERSQ. What are (or will be) the primary reasons for adopting Cloud Computing at yourorganization? (n=5282; respondents citing Cloud as relevant) Reduced hardware infrastructure costs 7.6  Leveraging cloud to lower HW costs is a particular Simplified focus in Malaysia (8.4) and resource/server 7.5 provisioning India (8.1) Scalability on – Also #1 among both IT and demand to meet 7.4 business decision-makers business needs Ease of app/servce deployment 7  Australia and Singapore are exceptions – with Increased capacity scalability on demand the 7(data center/storage) #1 cloud driver in both markets Simplified software 6.8 updates8
    • CURRENT CLOUD ADOPTION TRENDS (1/2)Q. Do you currently have a Cloud Computing initiative in place within the organization?(n=6141) Australia 42% 24% 33% India 40% 38% 22% Japan 34% 16% 51% Thailand 32% 40% 28% Singapore 31% 32% 37% Malaysia 28% 36% 36% Korea 24% 48% 28% China 20% 46% 33% Total AP 32% 32% 36% Currently Using Currently Planning No Plans at Present9
    • CURRENT CLOUD ADOPTION TRENDS (2/2) Q. Do you currently have a Cloud Computing initiative in place within the organization? (n=6141)  Cloud adoption continues to accelerated across all countries in APJ – 64% of APJ orgs are either currently using or planning cloud initiatives – versus up from 59% in 2010 and 22% in 2009 – Australia has the highest percentage of current cloud adopters (43%) – China has the lowest percentage of cloud adopters (20%) but one of the highest percentage of cloud planners (46%)  Telco (30%) and Technology (29%) continue to lead current cloud adoption among verticals – In a change from 2010, Insurance (43%) and Gov’t (38%) now lead in terms of future cloud adoption plans  Larger orgs remain more aggressive in cloud adoption – The rate of adoption has increased significantly in the past 12 months among orgs with 10k+ employees (up to 47%, from 39% in 2010) – versus orgs with 100-999 employees at (up to 28%, from 24% in 2010)  MNC’s still lead in current cloud adoption at 40% - versus only 24% for public sector10
    • CLOUD ADOPTION PLANS – NON-USERS Q. Which of the following timelines best describes your plans to adopt cloud-based solutions? (n=4144)  The percentage of APJ orgs with no current cloud 9% adoption plans has 32% remained consistent 19% – Japan is the exception, with 55% of non-users having no future adoption plans (versus 49% in 2010)  India continues to lead 22% APJ for orgs with near- 18% term cloud adoption plans – 52% of India non-users have plans in place within the next 12 months In the next 6 months – versus a regional average of Next 6-12 months 28% and only 14% in Japan (both #’s down from 2010) Next 12-18 months More than 18 months No future adoption plans11
    • IT Challenges and the Journey to Cloud Computing12
    • Virtualization Paves the Way to a New Era in IT Virtualization Cloud Web PC / Client-Server Mainframe Cloud Computing will transform the delivery and consumption of IT services13 Confidential
    • IT Traditional Areas of Focus IT Investment Overwhelming complexity 5% + Infrastructure Investment Brittle infrastructure = < 30% of IT budgets 23% goes to innovation and Application 42% Investment Infrastructure competitive advantage Maintenance 30% Application Is there an alternative that Maintenance allows IT to spend more time on value-add to the business?Source: VMware Fortune 100 Customers 14 Confidential
    • Today’s Infrastructure and Management Challenges Organization 1 Organization 2 Organization 3 APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP  Brittle and fragmented infrastructure  Infrastructure can’t scale without complexity  Traditional IT management: alert and respond15 Confidential
    • Cloud Delivers the Infrastructure of the Future Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 APP APP APP APP APP Resource Pools VMware Cloud Infrastructure and Management Respond and Alert PhysicalServer Failed Servers vs. Alert and Respond  Optimized for business critical workloads  Highly dynamic, scalable and adaptive  Built-in intelligence to shift to new IT management paradigm  Flexible Computing Model Intelligent Virtual Infrastructure. Delivered Your Way The Foundation for Your Cloud16 Confidential
    • Cloud Computing Directly Links To Business Agility (1) 600 Global Respondents in survey say…. Agility is important to achieving key business outcomes  80%+ associate business agility with revenue growth, cost reduction, and risk management  75% state business agility is a priority today (2) IT agility strongly linked to agile companies  Companies that are extremely agile report a more agile IT function  Companies that are not agile report a weak IT function in terms of agility Cloud computing enables IT agility  Infrastructure / technology is the primary driver for companies with agile IT  65% believe that cloud plays a key role in increasing IT agility Business leaders even link cloud directly to business outcomes  63% of business leaders agree that cloud can have a significant impact in making their business more agile and responsive  Companies with enterprise-wide cloud deployments are 3x more likely to achieve business agility that is “much better than competition” (1) SOURCE: Global Business Agility Survey, February 2011 (2) SOURCE: CIO Global Cloud Computing Adoption Survey January 201118 Confidential
    • Agility Example: Developers Need More Agile Infrastructure… Developers I need a new app “Getting the to manage hotel infrastructure to  We need to… bookings develop takes • Get capacity now too long!” • Get software stacks deployed • Simulate production  Once in production, we need to… • Plan capacity for app • Provision the App Server, web, database • Set up the firewall Business Owner • Set up data protection • Manage the app Operations: • … “How do we get the hardware, manage the app and deliver the SLA in production?”19 Confidential
    • … and Often Use Commodity Clouds to Speed the Process Developers and other users ….and many use public clouds place high demands on IT… that are outside of IT’s control “May we have a LAMP stack, please? Developers CIOs have concerns about…  Queues?  Security and compliance  Custom requests?  Hardware acquisition?  Performance and SLAs  Individual approvals?  Availability and Data Protection  Intellectual Property vSphere Admin20 Confidential
    • The Solution is for IT to Become a Cloud Service Provider  IT becomes a service provider, enabling true business agility  Achieve the economics and agility of cloud computing without sacrificing security Self-Service or control Portals  Users are given an alternative to commodity public clouds, Catalogs eliminating the need for unauthorized deployments Virtual Data Centers21 Confidential
    • Hybrid Cloud: Solving the IT Manager Dilemma Enterprise Hybrid Cloud Internal Cloud Public Cloud Control Agility Has full control over environment Wants Agility Respond quickly to the demands Secure Needs Control Cost Inside own datacenter, known security, Transparent and controllable costs predictable performance Leverage Hybrid Cloud Elasticity Existing investments in technology, people Scalable Capacity and process Enterprise Hybrid cloud – offer the best of both worlds22 Confidential
    • Cloud Computing 10123 Confidential
    • Cloud Computing 101 Cloud Computing is an approach to computing that leverages the efficient pooling of on-demand, self-managed virtual infrastructure, consumed as a service. Efficiency thru Utilization Agility with Control Freedom of Choice and Automation Pooling Self-Service Open & Interoperable From machines to highly Easy access with policy- Application mobility between elastic resource pools, with on- based provisioning and clouds, based on open demand capacity deployment standards Zero-touch Infrastructure Control Leverage Existing Policy-driven automation of Application-aware Investments provisioning, deployment and infrastructure with built-in Benefits of cloud computing to management availability, scalability, security existing applications and and performance guarantees datacenters26 Confidential
    • Different Personalities of Cloud Computing27 Confidential
    • IaaS Deployment Models Private cloud: operated solely for an organization, typically within the firewall. Community cloud: shared by several organizations with shared concerns, managed by the organizations or by a service provider. Public cloud: accessible over the internet, available to the general public or a large industry group and is owned by a cloud service provider. Hybrid cloud: composition of two or more interoperable clouds (e.g. private + public), enabling data and application portability Cloud Service Enterprises Bridging Providers Private Cloud Public Cloud Hybrid Cloud28 Confidential
    • Open Standards Make Hybrid Clouds Possible Provisioning and Control of the Infrastructure & Applications App Private Public Cloud Clouds29 Confidential
    • VMware Helps You Decode Cloud Services MarketEasily find an IaaS service based onuse case, service requirements, and vCloud PoweredVMware technology inside VMware compatible cloud service • Service runs on vSphere and vCloud Director • Provides OVF image import and export • Provides full vCloud API Two service badges indicate what vCloud Datacenter technology is inside and use case Enterprise IT focused cloud service • vCloud Powered = cloud ready (full VMware • Globally consistent, VMware certified cloud stack) • Pay-per-use and resource pool based service tiers • VMware Virtualized = vSphere hosting vCloud Express Two co-branded services for Software developer-focused cloud service different user segments • Credit card billed pay-for-use • vCloud Datacenter = Enterprise IT focused, delivering security and performance VMware Virtualized • vCloud Express = Developer focused, For VM hosting delivering quick access and credit card billing • Service runs on VMware vSphere 30 Confidential
    • vCloud Datacenter – Global Consistent Service Netherlands Denmark United Kingdom Chicago Newark Germany China Beltsville Japan Plano Singapore Luxembourg San Jose Chantilly Malaysia Hong Kong Florence, KY Dallas Indianapolis Australia Brazil31 Confidential
    • SK Telecom T cloud biz Provide SLA with VMware Solutions – The Most Proven, Trusted and Reliable solution Widely Deployed Simple – Centralized, Cost- End-to-End integrated Effective Security security Strong – Adaptive Security Optimized for Virtualization Adopt latest technology VMware vSphere – The Recognized Virtualization for customer benefit Leader SK Telecom select VMware as a strategic cloud computing partner + =32 Confidential
    • Simple and Reliable DR with SRM 533
    • vCenter Site Recovery Manager Ensures Simple, Reliable DR Site Recovery Manager Complements vSphere to provide the simplest and most reliable disaster protection and site migration for all applications Provide cost-efficient replication • Built-in vSphere Replication Site A (Primary) Site B (Recovery) • Broad support for storage-based replication VMware Site Recovery VMware Site Recovery vCenter Server Manager vCenter Server Manager Simplify management of recovery and migration plans VMware vSphere VMware vSphere • Replace manual runbooks with centralized recovery plans • From weeks to minutes to set up new plan Automate failover and migration Servers Servers processes • Enable frequent non-disruptive testing • Ensure automated failover and migration • Automate failback processes34
    • SRM Momentum Introduced in Q2’ 2008 > 6,000 customers Over 1 Million VMs protected “If your organization is already taking advantage of virtualization, then adding Site Recovery Manager to handle disaster recovery is a no-brainer.” ― Jerry Wilkin Senior Systems Administrator, Dayton Superior Corp35
    • From Dedicated Recovery Infrastructure … Protected Site Dedicated Recovery Site Site Site vCenter Server Recovery vCenter Server Recovery Manager Manager vSphere vSphere vSphere Replication Storage Storage Storage-Based Replication36
    • … To Cloud-Based DR Protected Site Public Cloud – Shared Recovery Site Site Site vCenter 5 Recovery Recovery Manager 5 Manager 5 vSphere 5 vSphere vSphere 5 Replication37
    • DR To The Cloud With SRM 538
    • More Applications Are Considered Critical To Organizations Application Tiering 2008 • Less tolerance for 50% 2010 downtime more workloads deemedIT admin classification 40% +13% +10% 37% mission or business 35% 30% 31% 31% 34% 31% critical 20% • Higher interdependence between applications 10% demands better recovery objectives from non- 0% Mission-critical Business-critical Non-critical critical workloads Business- Tier Mission-critical Non-critical critical • IT systems important • IT systems vital to • IT systems critical Description but not critical to operations to operations operations • RPO < 15 minutes • RPO < 2 hours • RPO < 8 hours RPO/RTO • RTO < 2 hours • RTO < 4 hours • RTO < 8 hours39
    • BC/DR Is At The Top Of IT And Data Center Initiatives Improving BCDR capabilities across IT initiatives: • #1 priority for SMBs • #2 priority for Enterprises40
    • Deployment Options: Dedicated Architecture Customer A Customer B VC VC SRM-A SRM-B …n VRMS VRMS Provider VRS Provider VRS Cluster A Cluster B VC VC SRM-A SRM-B VRMS VRMS …n41
    • Deployment Options: Shared Architecture Customer A Customer B VC VC SRM-A SRM-B …10 VRMS VRMS Provider VRS VRS VRS VRS VRS Cluster VRS VRS VC SRM-A VRMS SRM-B42
    • VMware Based IaaS Providers Lead the Public Cloud MarketMagic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service and Web Hosting • 4 of the 5 leaders are VMware-based • Rackspace also does significant VMware vSphere hosting • Amazon is the key Xen- based alternative but is focused on new apps with low QoS and security requirements Source: Gartner (December 2010)43 Confidential
    • Getting Started44
    • Multiple Routes to the Hybrid Cloud Model Public Cloud Public Cloud Adoption Experimentation and Commitment Hybrid Cloud Mature Private Cloud Early Private Cloud Cloud Ready Cloud Interested45
    • How do I choose a IaaS Cloud Service Provider SingTel PowerOn Critical Questions Other Public Clouds Compute Hosted Locally? √ ? Flexible Plans? √ ? Leverage Investments √ X Existing Trusted Relationship √ X Regional Coverage √ X46
    • Are You Ready For Cloud Computing? Find Out Today Has your IT organization taken the self-assessment! vmware.com/go/getcloudready47