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Army G6 cloud computing feasibility study briefing

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    Army G6 Cloud Roadshow Brief Army G6 Cloud Roadshow Brief Presentation Transcript

    • Cloud Computing and Web Hosting Control Panel Feasibility Studies
    • Where We Are Today
      • No common operating environment
      • (Server Hardware & Operating System/Stack)
      • Hardware and Operating systems purchased by PM’s for individual systems
      • Not Able to quickly and easily:
        • Gain Access to Excess Server Resources
        • Move Servers between physical locations
        • Migrate to Newer/Faster Hardware
    • Private Cloud Technology – the NexGen of IT Infrastructure
    • Enterprise Hosting Evolution Server Colocation Single Website Hosting Multi-Tenant Website Hosting Managed Servers Managed Infrastructure 1995 2009
    • How is Cloud Different? Traditional IT Security as a Service IT as a Service Infrastructure as a Service Platform as a Service Software as a Service
    • The As-A-Service Framework Infrastructure Platform IA64 x86 x64 Linux OS x Windows OpenSolaris Database Servers Web Servers DNS Servers Email Servers Multimedia Servers VMware Xen Microsoft Hyper-V Sun Virtualbox Oracle VM Parallels Software Information Technology As A Service Virtual Server Provisioning Operations Automation Business Automation Hosting Control Panel Automated Provisioning/ Self Service Team Workspace Billing nagement Software License Management Application Catalog Metering Management Applications Collaboration Communication Back Office Front Office Software Development Situational Awareness Content Management Business Intelligence Data Mining
    • Cloud Delivery Models The cloud infrastructure is operated solely for an organization. It may be managed by the organization or a third party and may exist on premise or off premise. The cloud infrastructure is a composition of two or more clouds (private, community, or public) that remain unique entities but are bound together by standardized or proprietary technology that enables data and application portability The cloud infrastructure is shared by several organizations and supports a specific community that has shared concerns (e.g., mission, security requirements, policy, and compliance considerations). Private Community Hybrid Public NIST Working Definitions v14 CIO/G-6 Area Processing Center CIO/G-6/APC + Mosso Mosso The cloud infrastructure is made available to the general public or a large industry group and is owned by an organization selling cloud services.
    • Cloud Costs vs Security IT Infrastructure Cost Level of Management and Security Private Community Hybrid Public
    • The End to End Perspective of Cloud Computing Business Perspective Operations Perspective Technical Perspective Cloud Computing is a combination of a Technical, Business & Operational Approaches
    • Cloud Business Perspective
      • Common Operating Environment (Hardware/OS)
      • Commodity Hardware (Reuse of Technical Refreshed Hardware too)
      • Multi-Tenancy
      • Automatic Billing
      • Self Service Portal and Support Desk
      Operations Perspective Technical Perspective Business Perspective
    • Cloud Operations Perspective
      • On-Demand Self Service
      • Less Support (Common Operating Environment)
      • Easily deploy and move servers across hardware platforms and physical location
      Business Perspective Technical Perspective Operations Perspective
    • Technical Perspective
      • Virtual Server Management (Repeatable Provisioning)
      • Rapid Elastic and Self Healing characteristics
      • Location Independent Resource Pooling
      • Metered Service Model
      • Commodity Hardware
      Operations Perspective Business Perspective Technical Perspective
    • Private Cloud Technology and the Army
    • LandWarCloud to Support GNEC Self Service Control Interface Application, Dedicated Server Catalog Reusable and Standardized Infrastructure Resource Pools
    • Infrastructure As A Service
    • Recommendations to Operationalize LandWarCloud