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Turbulence in the CloudRichard L. SawyerStrategist, HP Critical Facilities ServicesAFCOM Spring 2012
 Demand drives the market What is the cloud? Impact of the cloud Storm clouds on the horizon What is the risk, really...
Service demand drives cloud formation
2+ Trillion Users!
• On-line, real time services• Self-service• Automated response• Automated payment• Automated qualification• Digital direc...
Instantaneous Consumption:10 Billion iPhone Applicationdownloads WW from Apple aloneNielsen:98% of iPhone owners use datas...
 A pool of highly scalable, abstracted  infrastructure, capable of hosting end-customer  applications, that is billed by ...
Data        USER        Network        Center• DedicatedData Center, owned, leased, rented• Business specific applications...
• Data Center anywhere• User anywhere• Shared platforms• Virtual servers• Rented service• User/data link weak
Hybrid delivery mix and cloud                                                Public                                       ...
Flavors:InternalHostedPrivatePublicHybrid
   Data center as a utility    ◦ PODs    ◦ Modular construction    ◦ Redundancy as needed   Utilization (cost) driven me...
Christian Belady, MS Global Foundation Services, Mar2011 “How big is the data center market?”
 Fraud Identity theft Financial immobility Lack of access (911, heath, safety services) Whacking: WAP networking inva...
•Federal Budget for Internet              Security: $13.3 Billion by              2015              •9.1% growth Y-O-Y    ...
Item       Activity                                         No   Ye                                                       ...
 Everything depends on network connectivity. The data, whether business or personal, resides  elsewhere. The ability to...
   Three (3) types:     Strategy to Mitigate    ◦ Loss of            risk:                         1)Diversify access    ...
 Your data is your business Your data is your life You are your data Where is your data?    ◦   Access controlled    ◦...
 Unreliable data center = unreliable Cloud Reliable data centers have common engineering  characteristics:    ◦ Redundan...
   The Cloud is a Service    ◦ Get your Service Level Agreements right    ◦ Train your suppliers, train your users   The...
RANSFORM legacy       MANAGE ANfrastructure,         SECURE acropplications, people   legacy applicand process            ...
 Are space, power and cooling sufficiently available? Are there differentiated reliability levels? Are personnel screen...
 Do I have more than two ways to communicate? How long can I operate with no internet? Can I recover data after the int...
   Data demand is driving the cloud   The data center is the cloud   There will be a significant increase in data cente...
Credits:                 •Ian Jagger, HP Marketing                 •US Government, office of GAO                 •Security...
Interested in learning more cloud?  Learn about the cloud sessions offered at the upcoming Fall 2012 Data  Center World Co...
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  1. 1. Interested in learning more cloud? Learn about the cloud sessions offered at the upcoming Fall 2012 Data Center World Conference at: www.datacenterworld.com.This presentation was given during the Spring, 2012 Data Center World Conference and Expo.Contents contained are owned by AFCOM and Data Center World and can only be reused with theexpress permission of ACOM. Questions or for permission contact: jater@afcom.com.
  2. 2. Turbulence in the CloudRichard L. SawyerStrategist, HP Critical Facilities ServicesAFCOM Spring 2012
  3. 3.  Demand drives the market What is the cloud? Impact of the cloud Storm clouds on the horizon What is the risk, really? How do you manage the cloud? Storm cloud checklist
  4. 4. Service demand drives cloud formation
  5. 5. 2+ Trillion Users!
  6. 6. • On-line, real time services• Self-service• Automated response• Automated payment• Automated qualification• Digital direct marketing (isyour insurance due torenew?)• Digital mass marketing (whoneeds and actor?)• Digital claims processing
  7. 7. Instantaneous Consumption:10 Billion iPhone Applicationdownloads WW from Apple aloneNielsen:98% of iPhone owners use dataservices88% use iPhone for internet
  8. 8.  A pool of highly scalable, abstracted infrastructure, capable of hosting end-customer applications, that is billed by consumption. Implications: ◦ “Pool” = shared things ◦ “Abstracted infrastructure” = virtualization ◦ “Highly scalable” = load sensitive ◦ “Hosting” = servicing ◦ “Billed” = metered service
  9. 9. Data USER Network Center• DedicatedData Center, owned, leased, rented• Business specific applications on silo systems• Data and user closely linked
  10. 10. • Data Center anywhere• User anywhere• Shared platforms• Virtual servers• Rented service• User/data link weak
  11. 11. Hybrid delivery mix and cloud Public HYBRID DELIVERY • Fully automated self- service delivery • Orchestrated, managed & Private secured hybrid service delivery TRADITIONAL IT PRIVATE AND • Brokered services based •Minimal automation PUBLIC CLOUD on business requirements •Traditional methods of •Partial automation service delivery – internal,11HP Confidential •New disparate public and outsourcing, hosting private cloud services
  12. 12. Flavors:InternalHostedPrivatePublicHybrid
  13. 13.  Data center as a utility ◦ PODs ◦ Modular construction ◦ Redundancy as needed Utilization (cost) driven metrics ◦ Server images: from 1 to 8+ ◦ Metered usage Access is dependent ◦ Network and Internet availability ◦ Security and operational stability More data centers!
  14. 14. Christian Belady, MS Global Foundation Services, Mar2011 “How big is the data center market?”
  15. 15.  Fraud Identity theft Financial immobility Lack of access (911, heath, safety services) Whacking: WAP networking invasions Hacking: Incursion for information Cracking: Incursion for malice (destruction, financial gain, denial of service, etc.) Government monitoring and control BYOD!
  16. 16. •Federal Budget for Internet Security: $13.3 Billion by 2015 •9.1% growth Y-O-Y •445% increase in reported attacks between 2006 -GAO-10-834T 2010 Sources: GAO, Security Week
  17. 17. Item Activity No Ye sPeople Right employees, right knowledge, right rolesPolicies Policies and procedures for service continuityProcess Models for secure transfer of data between users and providersProduct Defense-in-Depth technology to manage and mitigate riskProof Validation methods, metrics and KPI’s to track security controls What is your capability maturity level?
  18. 18.  Everything depends on network connectivity. The data, whether business or personal, resides elsewhere. The ability to process with sufficient capacity, reliability and availability depends, ultimately, on the reliability of the data center.
  19. 19.  Three (3) types: Strategy to Mitigate ◦ Loss of risk: 1)Diversify access connectivity (no -Modality data) -Routing ◦ Bad connectivity 1)Monitor (bad data) -Qualitative ◦ Redirection -Quantitative (stolen data) -Access/Output 1)Operate without network
  20. 20.  Your data is your business Your data is your life You are your data Where is your data? ◦ Access controlled ◦ Resident copies (stored, electronically or paper) ◦ Dedicated data center ◦ Backup servers ◦ Multi-site storage ◦ Encrypted
  21. 21.  Unreliable data center = unreliable Cloud Reliable data centers have common engineering characteristics: ◦ Redundant capacity ◦ Concurrent maintainability ◦ Fault tolerance Scaling down reliability ◦ PODs, Hybrid, Modular data centers ◦ The “7-11” Solution ◦ “Laptop, Smartphone, HD” to Go ◦ “Data Centers on a Chip”
  22. 22.  The Cloud is a Service ◦ Get your Service Level Agreements right ◦ Train your suppliers, train your users The Cloud is the Data Center ◦ Locate, design, build and operate for reliability ◦ Leverage reliability methodology no matter what the scale Low tech business continuity options ◦ Don’t assume high tech is going to be the go-to solution ◦ Build your crash cart
  23. 23. RANSFORM legacy MANAGE ANfrastructure, SECURE acropplications, people legacy applicand process and cloud asson-premises COervices of se se
  24. 24.  Are space, power and cooling sufficiently available? Are there differentiated reliability levels? Are personnel screened and trained? Are vendors and other clients managed effectively? What is the connectivity capacity and topography? What is the availability history of the site? Are SLA’s negotiable and meaningful? Do I trust my data to their management?
  25. 25.  Do I have more than two ways to communicate? How long can I operate with no internet? Can I recover data after the internet is restored? Is my recovery management dependent on the network? Are my human resources going to be available and productive? Am I sure my plan is going to work?
  26. 26.  Data demand is driving the cloud The data center is the cloud There will be a significant increase in data centers, worldwide to meet demand. The major risk is loss of access to data to run the business and service clients. Network, data and physical security need to be managed to mitigate real risks. Ask the right questions before committing. Have a valid, tested recovery plan.
  27. 27. Credits: •Ian Jagger, HP Marketing •US Government, office of GAO •Security Weekly •Christian Belady, MS Gobal Foundation Services •Gail Dutton, Contributor, Data Center Management •David Geer, Freelance writerRichard L. Sawyer, Strategist, HP Critical Facility Servicesrsawyer@hp.com
  28. 28. Interested in learning more cloud? Learn about the cloud sessions offered at the upcoming Fall 2012 Data Center World Conference at: www.datacenterworld.com.This presentation was given during the Spring, 2012 Data Center World Conference and Expo.Contents contained are owned by AFCOM and Data Center World and can only be reused with theexpress permission of ACOM. Questions or for permission contact: jater@afcom.com.
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