The EnterprisePrivate Cloud Paradox   Chris C. Kemp      @Kemp
About Chris C. Kemp• CEO of Nebula• Co-Founder, OpenStack• Former CTO, NASA2   11/15/2012    Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Enterprise Should be Adopting! Security &                       Driving                                                   ...
But they’re not...Where cloud is being adopted today:• Start-ups and Small / Medium Businesses (SMBs)• Edges of large ente...
Solving the Enterprise Private Cloud Paradox5   11/15/2012     Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Solving the Enterprise Private Cloud Paradox6   11/15/2012     Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Cloud1.   On-demand … through self-service interfaces2.   Elastic … dynamically scale up and down3.   Shared … pooled reso...
Solving the Enterprise Private Cloud Paradox8   11/15/2012     Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Public Cloud9   11/15/2012    Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Private Cloud10   11/15/2012     Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Private Cloud11   11/15/2012     Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Cloud1.   On-demand … through self-service interfaces2.   Elastic … dynamically scale up and down3.   Shared … pooled reso...
Solving the Enterprise Private Cloud Paradox13   11/15/2012     Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Enterprise Cloud Challenges1. Maturity. Ability to overcome barriers to entry related to   culture, process, technology, e...
15   11/15/2012   Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
The Cloud Enterprise ParadoxCLOUD                                   ENTERPRISE• On-demand … through self-             • On...
Solving the Enterprise Private Cloud Paradox17   11/15/2012     Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Obstacles to “Emergence”Use Public Cloud• Limited Security Controls   • High ongoing costs• Lock in                     • ...
19   11/15/2012   Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Solving the Enterprise Paradox1. Support tens of thousands of employees with   “self-service” provisioning and management ...
Solution: A New Enterprise Ecosystem• Ubiquitous across both service providers and  enterprises• Open and standards orient...
22   11/15/2012   Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Number of companies affiliated with individual members.23   11/15/2012          Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Companies with multiple Individual Member affiliations24   11/15/2012         Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Public supporters of OpenStack25   11/15/2012          Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Platinum, Gold & Corporate Sponsors of OpenStack26   11/15/2012          Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Platinum & Gold Sponsors of OpenStack27   11/15/2012              Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
The Stats• 250,000+ downloads this year• Thousands of members from 850+ companies  in 88 countries• 330 contributors to la...
The Stack                     Horizon                     Keystone     Nova/Glance      Swift          Quantum29   11/15/2...
The Stack                  Web Interface                  Identity Security       Compute        Storage         Network30...
The Stack                  Web Interface                  Identity Security       Compute        Storage         Network31...
The Future Stack                                    Web Interface                                    Identity Security    ...
Conceptual Architecture33   11/15/2012      Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Logical Architecture34   11/15/2012        Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
Chris.C.Kemp@Nebula.com                       @Kemp on twitter           Visit Nebula.com and OpenStack.org               ...
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  • But they’re not.
  • These are the END USER expectations of cloud
  • But it’s still a cloud.
  • Resolving this paradox is the key to emergence.
  • Yesterdays most expensive technologies integrated by today’s most expensive consultants.
  • A CLOUD SYSTEM MUST:
  • Dynamic DataCenter Converged London 2012 - Nebula CEO Chris Kemp

    1. 1. The EnterprisePrivate Cloud Paradox Chris C. Kemp @Kemp
    2. 2. About Chris C. Kemp• CEO of Nebula• Co-Founder, OpenStack• Former CTO, NASA2 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    3. 3. Enterprise Should be Adopting! Security & Driving CostCompliance Cloud Adoption Pressures Pressure for Big DataBusiness Agility Explosion Scale-out Architecture3 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    4. 4. But they’re not...Where cloud is being adopted today:• Start-ups and Small / Medium Businesses (SMBs)• Edges of large enterprises (needs not being met)• “Corporate IT” is piloting4 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    5. 5. Solving the Enterprise Private Cloud Paradox5 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    6. 6. Solving the Enterprise Private Cloud Paradox6 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    7. 7. Cloud1. On-demand … through self-service interfaces2. Elastic … dynamically scale up and down3. Shared … pooled resources4. Metered by use … at high level of granularity5. Accessible … broadly over the network7 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    8. 8. Solving the Enterprise Private Cloud Paradox8 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    9. 9. Public Cloud9 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    10. 10. Private Cloud10 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    11. 11. Private Cloud11 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    12. 12. Cloud1. On-demand … through self-service interfaces2. Elastic … dynamically scale up and down3. Shared … pooled resources4. Metered by use … at high level of granularity5. Accessible … broadly over the network12 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    13. 13. Solving the Enterprise Private Cloud Paradox13 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    14. 14. Enterprise Cloud Challenges1. Maturity. Ability to overcome barriers to entry related to culture, process, technology, experience, and tools.2. Performance. Need to deploy an application near the data and services that are already deployed on premises - lower latency and increased bandwidth.3. Security. Must keep data inside Company’s security perimeter, where we trust security team, tools, and processes.4. Cost. TCO much higher for predictable IaaS workloads.5. Architectural Constraints. Application is not architected to run well in public cloud, or has unique technical requirements.14 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    15. 15. 15 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    16. 16. The Cloud Enterprise ParadoxCLOUD ENTERPRISE• On-demand … through self- • On-approval … through service interfaces workflow driven approvals• Elastic … dynamically scale • Static … fixed assigned up and down resources• Shared … pooled resources • Private … isolated resources• Metered by use … at high • Purchased … at a fixed cost level of granularity (OpEx) over long periods (CapEx)• Accessible … to everyone • Inaccessible … except to broadly over the network necessary users/services16 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    17. 17. Solving the Enterprise Private Cloud Paradox17 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    18. 18. Obstacles to “Emergence”Use Public Cloud• Limited Security Controls • High ongoing costs• Lock in • FlexibilityBuild Custom Private Cloud• Implementation Risk • Implementation Cost• Deep expertise required • Ongoing support costBuy Packaged Private “Cloud” • High Upfront Cost • Vendor Lock-in • High ongoing support cost18 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    19. 19. 19 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    20. 20. Solving the Enterprise Paradox1. Support tens of thousands of employees with “self-service” provisioning and management on premise and provided by service providers2. Support advanced security & forensics3. Support existing monitoring, management, and log analysis tools4. Support show/charge -back at user, organization, and enterprise level, with integration points to accounting5. Support workload portability and infrastructure interoperability (to prevent lock in)20 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    21. 21. Solution: A New Enterprise Ecosystem• Ubiquitous across both service providers and enterprises• Open and standards oriented with potential to ensure workload portability and interoperability• Creates a new ecosystem for infrastructure innovation21 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    22. 22. 22 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    23. 23. Number of companies affiliated with individual members.23 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    24. 24. Companies with multiple Individual Member affiliations24 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    25. 25. Public supporters of OpenStack25 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    26. 26. Platinum, Gold & Corporate Sponsors of OpenStack26 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    27. 27. Platinum & Gold Sponsors of OpenStack27 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    28. 28. The Stats• 250,000+ downloads this year• Thousands of members from 850+ companies in 88 countries• 330 contributors to latest “Folsom” release• Compute, Network, and Storage -as-a-Service• All code available free and open Apache 2.0 license28 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    29. 29. The Stack Horizon Keystone Nova/Glance Swift Quantum29 11/15/2012 Nebula, Inc.
    30. 30. The Stack Web Interface Identity Security Compute Storage Network30 11/15/2012 Nebula, Inc.
    31. 31. The Stack Web Interface Identity Security Compute Storage Network31 11/15/2012 Nebula, Inc.
    32. 32. The Future Stack Web Interface Identity Security Compute Storage Network Architectures Block File Switch Router Firewall Hypervisors Object (ARM, GPU)32 11/15/2012 Nebula, Inc.
    33. 33. Conceptual Architecture33 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    34. 34. Logical Architecture34 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
    35. 35. Chris.C.Kemp@Nebula.com @Kemp on twitter Visit Nebula.com and OpenStack.org for more info.35 11/15/2012 Chris C. Kemp / Twitter @Kemp
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