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"Mission Focused Cloud Computing" presented at Military Cloud Computing 2011 in Roslyn, VA, October 24, 2011

"Mission Focused Cloud Computing" presented at Military Cloud Computing 2011 in Roslyn, VA, October 24, 2011

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  • Mission Focused Cloud Computing: Kevin L. Jackson General Manager, Cloud Services NJVC, LLC Kevin.jackson@njvc.com
  • The New IT Era IDC September 2008 rev date 10/30/2011
  • Data Processing Explosion
  • Evolving Computing Paradigm
  • Key to Cloud Computing Value: Parallel Processing:
  • Cloud Computing Not a new technology but a new approach in the provisioning and consumption of information technology A services oriented architecture (SOA) implemented typically on a virtualized infrastructure (compute, storage, networks) using commodity components coupled with highly automated controls enable the five essential characteristics of cloud computing. Key Benefits Key Concerns  Significant cost reductions  Standards  Reduced time to capability  Portability  Increased flexibility  Control/Availability  Elastic scalability  Security  Increase service quality  IT Policy  Increased security  Management /  Ease of technology refresh Monitoring  Ease of collaboration  Ecosystem  Increased efficiency
  • IC Cloud Computing 7
  • DISA Enterprise Cloud Services Reduce Attack Surface  Configure securely, automatically  Enhance perimeter defenses – defense in depth  Drive out anonymity Defense Information Systems Agency Improved And Safe Sharing A Combat Support Agency  Cross domain flows as an enterprise service  Evolve directory, identity, and access control to support net-centricity Improved Network C2  Improved cyber readiness  Improved situational awareness  Cyber attack detection, diagnosis, reaction at network speed Increased Operational Effectiveness  Increased Warfighter access to required information and services, especially across organizational and security boundaries  Increase network flexibility, allowing for rapid response to operational conditions (e.g. Haiti) Increased Information Security  Strong cryptographic authentication (PKI)  Standardize access policies to enable more consistent access decisions  Increase agility and interoperability with the implementation of commercial standards 8
  • QUAD CommonOperatingEnvironment 9
  • Death of the Relational Database German, BMW, Truck Truck The economics of data storage led to the use of BMW Car content addressable German, BMW, Car storage, flat storage SUV architectures and internet German, BMW, scaling. SUV Germany … Volkswagen … German Volkswagen, Tr uck Audi … Toyota Search …Country Japan Honda … Mazda Database design, Ford database tuning no … longer required with US Chrysler infinite scalability and consistent … GM … responsiveness US, GM, SUV 3t 1t 10
  • Traditional Analytics Traditionally, lexical searches, filtering or Boolean search attributes are used to••••••••••• reduce data to a “working set”. Analytical tools are then applied to this “working set”.•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Tools/Analysis Reports/Conclusions••••••••••• All Data Sources / Types 11
  • Cloud Enables Searching All the Data, All the Time••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Reports/Conclusions••••••••••• 12
  • Cloud Multi-int Analysis Concepts / Summaries Concepts / Summaries Concepts / Summaries Associated Events Concepts / Summaries Associated Events Associated Events Social Relationships Associated Events Social Relationships Holistic Social RelationshipsUnderstanding Resolved Entity Social Relationships Resolved Entity Resolved Entity Search HUMINT Resolved Entity GEOINT Domain Search Domain Search SIGINT Domain Search Text Domain 13
  • Cloud Computing: Value and Capabilities Time  Reduce time to deliver/execute mission  Increased responsiveness/flexibility/availability Cost  Optimizing cost to deliver/execute mission  Optimizing cost of ownership (lifecycle cost)  Increased efficiencies in capital/operational expenditures Quality  Environmental improvements  Experiential improvements
  • SummaryCloud computing is a technological evolution“Drive for scale” (Internet) and “Drive for cheap” (Commodity components, Extensive automation) and the economics of Moore’s Law (Cheap storage) led to a business model revolutionFiscal realities and business model economics are driving rapid adoption of cloud computing in the DoD and ICCloud computing can also enable significant enhancements in many DoD and IC mission areas 15
  • Thank You !Kevin L. JacksonGeneral ManagerCloud ServicesNJVC, LLC(703) 335-0830Kevin.jackson@NJVC.comhttp://www.NJVC.comhttp://kevinljackson.blogspot.com The INSIGHT Group