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Lockheed Martin Deployment Cloud Design Patterns

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Melvin Greer of Lockheed Martin describes the emergence of Deployment Cloud Design Patterns. Presented at Sys-con GovIT, Oct 6, 2009

Melvin Greer of Lockheed Martin describes the emergence of Deployment Cloud Design Patterns. Presented at Sys-con GovIT, Oct 6, 2009

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  • 1. Tactical Cloud Computing Deployment Cloud Design Pattern Emerging Melvin Greer Information Systems & Global Services SOA / Cloud Computing Chief Architect Director SOA Competency Center October 6, 2009 0000 10/4/2009 1
  • 2. Key Issues • Technology Disruption • Cloud Models • Emerging Design Pattern • Strategic Recommendations 2 Gov IT Expo Tactical Cloud Computing MGreer 100609 Copyright 2009 Lockheed Martin All rights reserved
  • 3. Disruption Associated with Cloud ERA Industrial qualities Virtual enterprise (shared emerges, architectures, integration common skills, becomes essential Services standards, reuse and access) Solutions as Integrated/ services emerge, composite pushing Client and applications solutions as server Distributed software aside separation makes client/server disruption architecture applications essential Monolithic applications disruption Software and OLTP become disruption essential to business Time Mainframe Network SOA Cloud Era Era Era Era 3 Gov IT Expo Tactical Cloud Computing MGreer 100609 Copyright 2009 Lockheed Martin All rights reserved
  • 4. Cloud Models Cloud Computing Working Definition (NIST) Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. Business Delivery Models Deployment Models Model Capability Provided Example Services  Citizen Engagement (Wikis, Blogs, COMMUNITY Data.gov) CLOUD  Government To use the provider’s applications running on Productivity (Cloud Shared by several a cloud infrastructure and accessible from PRIVATE CLOUD SaaS based tools) organizations and various client devices through a thin client  Business Enablement supports a specific interface such as a Web browser Operated solely for  Enterprise community that Applications (Core an organization. has shared  Mission & Business Database and concerns Database Services) Management To deploy onto the cloud infrastructure Systems consumer-created applications using HYBRID CLOUD PaaS  Developer / Testing programming languages and tools supported Tools PUBLIC CLOUD by the provider (e.g., java, python, .net) Composition of two or  Virtual Environments Made available to more clouds (private, the general public or community, or public) that To provision processing, storage, networks, a large industry remain unique entities but and other fundamental computing resources • Computing group and is owned are bound together by IaaS where the consumer is able to deploy and run • Storage by an organization standardized or proprietary arbitrary software, which can include • Application hosting selling cloud technology that enables operating systems and applications services. data and application portability 4 Gov IT Expo Tactical Cloud Computing MGreer 100609 Copyright 2009 Lockheed Martin All rights reserved
  • 5. Balancing Needs and Function Hybrid Clouds Private Community Public Cloud Cloud Cloud Massive Scale Resilient Computing Homogeneity Geographic Distribution Virtualization Service Orientation Low Cost Software Advanced Security 5 Gov IT Expo Tactical Cloud Computing MGreer 100609 Copyright 2009 Lockheed Martin All rights reserved
  • 6. Capabilities Design Pattern Emerging Maintain security and control of PII data on premise Browser Applications On Premise Environment 6 Gov IT Expo Tactical Cloud Computing MGreer 100609 Copyright 2009 Lockheed Martin All rights reserved
  • 7. Capabilities Design Pattern Emerging Targeted Capabilities: Public Outreach, Citizen Engagement, Personnel Recruitment / Training, Maintain security and control of PII data on Idea Generation premise Public Cloud Obtain agility and cost benefits from public cloud Data Browser Applications On Premise Environment 7 Gov IT Expo Tactical Cloud Computing MGreer 100609 Copyright 2009 Lockheed Martin All rights reserved
  • 8. Capabilities Design Pattern Emerging Targeted Capabilities: Public Outreach, Citizen Engagement, Personnel Recruitment / Training, Maintain security and control of PII data on Idea Generation premise Public Cloud Obtain agility and cost benefits from public cloud Private Cloud Extend to mobile Data devices Being documented for Mobile Devices Browser Applications submission to Network Centric Operations Industry On Premise Environment Consortium (NCOIC) Cloud Computing Working Group 8 Gov IT Expo Tactical Cloud Computing MGreer 100609 Copyright 2009 Lockheed Martin All rights reserved
  • 9. Strategic Recommendations • Understand the appropriate match of Cloud Delivery and Deployment Models - Economics • Learn more about NCOIC Cloud Computing Working Group and emerging design pattern • Target Cloud Services and Applications development as Cloud Models Mature 9 Gov IT Expo Tactical Cloud Computing MGreer 100609 Copyright 2009 Lockheed Martin All rights reserved
  • 10. For More Information, Contact: Melvin Greer IS&GS Advanced Technology Office SOA / Cloud Computing Chief Architect Director SOA Competency Center E-Mail: melvin.greer@lmco.com 10 Gov IT Expo Tactical Cloud Computing MGreer 100609 Copyright 2009 Lockheed Martin All rights reserved

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