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Implementing big data in the cloud v2.5 3 4 2013 Implementing big data in the cloud v2.5 3 4 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • Special Focus: Implementing Big Data in the Cloud Presented to Government Big Data Symposium Kevin L. Jackson Vice President and General Manager, NJVC Cloud Services March 5, 2013 NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIEDNJVC, LLC Proprietary Data. Do Not Distribute
  • Agenda Why use cloud computing for big data? What’s wrong with using a single cloud services provider (CSP)? What makes CSPs different from one another? Why should you consider using a cloud services broker (CSB)? NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Why Consider the Cloud for Big Data? Ubiquitous Access to Infrastructure Scalable Long-Term Financial Commitment Avoidance Capital Expenditure Minimization Shared Infrastructure Procurement Agility NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Why Consider Multiple CSPs? NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • CSP Specialization −Commodity vs. Enterprise NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • CSP Specialization − Marketplace Priorities Commercial vs. Government Commodity vs. Enterprise Security Quality of Service Cost Sensitivity NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Capacity Requirements NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • CSP Comparison NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Technical Compatibility Terremark Savvis Cisco/EMC Amazon Go GridInternal Private Cloud XExternal Private Cloud X X X XEnterprise Class X X XCommodity Class X XHybrid with Hosting X X X XContent Delivery X XSAN Storage X X XLarge Data Transfer X X X XVLAN Firewall X X X XDedicated Network X X X NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Security Requirements NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Managing Multiple CSPs with an Internal CSB Attributes of Internal CSB Perceived as core responsibility Responsible for all CSB roles Triggered by having multiple CSPs, and role applies to both public and private cloud services NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Managing Multiple CSPs with an External CSB NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • CSB Value NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Application Specifics Drive Deployment Options Storage Requirements Network Latency Geographic Restrictions Access to Social Media Data Legal Restrictions Big Data Security Data Privacy Data Providence NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Reducing Cost Via Spot MarketsVirtustream SpotCloud “SpotCloud: Buy cloud servers, and instantly get the broadest choice of precise geo-targeted capacity at the best price.” NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Reducing Cost Via Spot MarketsAmazon Spot Instances Name your own price for Amazon EC2 computing capacity Spot price varies in real time based on supply and demand Can provide the most cost-effective option for obtaining compute capacity Can significantly lower computing costs for time-flexible, interruption- tolerant tasks May be able to simultaneously accelerate the computational task and reduce overall cost (i.e. distributed, fault-tolerant tasks like Web crawling or Monte Carlo applications) NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Proof Point − Geospatial Data NCOIC GCC NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Proof Point − Large Energy Company NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • SummaryWhy use cloud computing for big data?  Reduce cost, improve agility and flexibilityWhat’s wrong with using a single CSP?  All CSPs aren’t created equalWhat makes CSPs different from one another?  Specialization, capabilities and industry/mission relevant experienceWhy should you consider CSB?  Increased savings, improved agility and flexibility, and mission alignment, and avoidance of CSP lock in NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED
  • Thank YouKevin L. JacksonVice President and General Manager,Cloud ServicesNJVC, LLC703.335.0830kevin.jackson@njvc.comhttp://www.cloudcuity.comhttp://www.njvc.comhttp://govcloud.ulitzer.com NJVC, LLC Proprietary Data – UNCLASSIFIED