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  • Impact: Better, Faster IT decision-making resulting in higher quality service-offering to support T-Systems evolving business needs, based on real world and Peer to Peer learning
  • Impact: Better, Faster IT decision-making resulting in higher quality service-offering to support T-Systems evolving business needs, based on real world and Peer to Peer learning
  • Impact: Better, Faster IT decision-making resulting in higher quality service-offering to support T-Systems evolving business needs, based on real world and Peer to Peer learning
  • Forecast deploy2 100_eb

    1. 1. T-SYSTEMS CLOUD STRATEGYReyk Bederke
    2. 2.  T-Systems delivers ICT solutionsfor major corporations andpublic-sector organizationsworldwide. The Telekom subsidiariesprovide products and services forthe fixed network, mobilecommunications, IPTV, onlineand cloud services in Europe. T-Mobile offers cell-phonesolutions in the Netherlands,Austria, the Czech Republic,and the USA.DEUTSCHE TELEKOMPartner for connected life and workApril 2013T-Systems International GmbH 2T-SystemsT-Mobile Telekom
    3. 3. T-System – Deutsche Telekom’s subsidiary for major corporationsA global player with global resourcesApril 2013* 2012 Figures3International PresenceFocusRevenueEmployeesMarket positionOffices in over 20 countriesGlobal delivery capabilityLarge corporationsMulti-national companiesPublic sector and healthcareorganizations€10 Billion*Approx. 52,700(29300 in Germany,+23,400 global)*#1 ICT provider in Germany#2 Project Services inGermany# 1 Manufacturing in EMEA
    4. 4. T-Systems LeadershipRecognized4
    5. 5. T-Systems cloud evolution follows a clear strategy allows seamlessmigration between cloud solutions…5DynamicServices forBusinessApplications(DCS 3.0)DynamicServices forSAP (DCS3.0)DynamicServices forCollaborationPeopleClient DeviceInterconnecting NetworkHosted Application SWInfrastructure SoftwareOperating SystemsVirtualizationPhysical ServersNetwork & FirewallData Center InfrastructureSaaSPaaSIaaSPeopleClient DeviceInterconnecting NetworkNetworkSelected BigData ServicesDynamicServices forInfrastructure(DSI 2.0)T-SystemsCloud ServicesDynamic Cloud Platform (DCP)
    6. 6. …to address future customer needs and to develop new services.Focus on Flexibility & Automation Use under-utilized DCS resourcesfor redundancy Automated deploymentCommon technical platform Pooling of several data centersto server farms Focus on few but largelocationsworld wideBusiness-Logic-enabled cloudmanagement Extended Pooling of several cloudtypes with orchestration andmanagementframework Capacities are shifted flexiblybetween different cloud typesbased on service logic Enhanced robustness in coreoperational processes Enhanced resource management Fast activation/deactivationof capacities Better Utilization, lowerInvestment Good scalability throughstandards Full automated resourcemanagement Optimum Utilization, LowestInvestment Maximum flexibility Fully automated resourcemanagement201320142015Physical – to VirtualDCP, the new Dynamic Cloud Platform of T-Systems:The new harmonized and convergent cloud platform and basis for all T-Systems Cloud Services.DC ConsolidationOrchestrationBusiness Continuity6/19/2013 6
    7. 7. Application Services Software Development Implementation Release change/upgrade Optimization TestingCOLLABORATION SECURITY &GOVERNANCESUSTAINABILITY &CORPORATERESPONSIBILITYMOBILEENTERPRISEDYNAMICNET-CENTRICSOURCINGInfrastructure & NetworkServices Solution Design Installation & Configuration Consolidation & Migration Operation support Managed services OutsourcingSupport &EnablingServicesConsultingInfrastructureConsultingICT StrategyBusiness ProcessProductInnovationsOpen InnovationProjectsInnovationCoachingInnovation CenterMunichService Desk &OnsiteServices= Cloud-BasedServiceICT SecurityServicesCross Industry Business SolutionsApplicationPerformanceManagementEnterpriseSolutionsApplicationMgmt., Mod. &Testing ServicesWeb, Social &MobilityEnablingServicesCloudReadiness &ManagementSolutionsPublic SectorSolutionsUtilities /IN EnergySolutionsTravel, Transport & LogisticSolutionsHealth/INHealthSolutionsFinance InsuranceTelcoRetailData Center ServicesMainframeServicesHostingServicesConnectivity ServicesAccess &Voice ServicesInhouse ServicesVirtual PrivateNetworksEnd User ServicesMobileEnterpriseServicesManagedWorkplaceServicesApplication OperationsUnifiedCommunica-tion& Colla-borationApplicationOperations forSAP® SolutionsCorporateVideoApplicationOperations forother SolutionsArchiving &ContentManagementServicesDe-MailIndustry Business SolutionsIN = IntelligentNetworksManufacturing/AutomotiveSolutions / INConnected CarTravel Public Utilizies HealthAuto/MIOur portfolio has evolved to simplify customer comm s.6/19/2013 7
    8. 8. 8General ODCA Value for T-SystemsWhile supporting the Working Groups with participation, T-Systems will become a driving force and actively influence marketdevelopment, as well as improving it’s brand & reputation.Active Membership is key to success• Define the future characteristics of cloud architectures• Driving the standards for open interfaces between the offeringsof vendors• Improving future service delivery by defining metricsTechnical/Standardization Value.• Work together with current and forthcoming customers on adifferent level• Get to know customers needs first hand• Evolve existing services and define new services based oncommon requirementsServices Value.Key benefits of ODCA:Using PEAT and UM Specifications allows us to comparevendor response and unify service development
    9. 9. CYCLE 3 = CMM 1.5Commercial Framework; Regulatory Framework, Standard Units ofMeasure, Software Entitlement Management FrameworkService Orchestration; Service CatalogIdentity Provisioning, Identify Governance, SSO, Privileged UserAccess, Provider Assurance, Security Monitoring, Data SecurityFramework, Data SecurityInformation as a ServiceInterop Across Clouds, SaaS Interop, PaaS InteropLong Distance Migration, Scale-Out Storage; I/O ControlCompute IaaS; VM Interop,Distance Workload MigrationSoftware-Defined NetworkCarbon Footprint and Energy EfficiencyActionableServiceCatalog(UIandAPI)SaaSWeb and Data Services InteroperabilityFacilityPower, Cooling, Physical SpacePaaSWeb Data MessageCloud Aware AppsIaaSCompute Storage NetworkTraditional and Cloud Aware AppsBusinessProcessesSecurityDynamicManagementandOrchestrationofEnd-to-EndServicesODCA CollateralNew releases are highlightedHostingServicesHostingServicesHostingServicesHostingServicesApplicationOperationsfor Non-SAPApplicationOperationsfor Non-SAPICTSecurityServicesApplicationOperationsfor Non-SAPApplicationPerformanceManagementCloudReadiness &ManagementSolutionsCloudReadiness &ManagementSolutions9
    10. 10. Cloud portfolio allows “Small to Enterprise” &“Remote to Central”solutions. Hybrid or customerpremise integration Small environments High SLA’s Business Apps Data Protection Standard SW Seamless move betweenon-premise and clouddeployments VMware certified Secures portability,compatibility,manageability andcontrol High T-Systems securityand data privacystandardsDCS – 3.0 Integration of Low-end-storage IPv6 in all networks Common Infrastructure architectureDCS – 2.5 IPv6 support in customer network P2V & V2V Migrations of Win 2003 ServersDSI – 2.0 Extended Network features Windows systems on VMware (incl. CIFSSupport) Operating System Management by T-Systemsfor any OSSelected DCS plugs for Test/Dev environmentsDSI - local High SLA’s Data safety/security Elasticity, Scaling Pay-as-you-goBest for Business Apps Resilience Standard SW UNIXOptional:p2v migration intoTSI Data CenterStandardTwin-CoreDisasterRecovery(DR)protectioncapabilitiesOn Premise (remote)  T-Systems (central)10DSI – remoteDSI vCloud DC andvCloud HybridServiceHighestSLA’sData safety /securityHighreliability
    11. 11. 11ODCA plays an important role in T-Systems portfolioenhancementsHostingServicesPoC „VM Interoperability in hybrid Cloudenvironments”Value Proposition: This is a PoC for a problem which today existswithin T-Systems´already (Interoperabilitybetween existing Cloud platforms) and willgrow as hybrid cloud scenarios will be seen.Therefore to build a technical solution based onthe ODCA UM and the PoC results will solvethis problem for TSI in a standardized andODCA compliant way.PoC „long distance workload migration”Value Proposition: This is a PoC for a problem which todayexists within T-Systems´ already(worldwide cloud platform migrations forenterprise customers) Hence building atechnical solution will solve this issue andsupport the cloud convergence strategy.Alliance Use:Sharing/BestKnownMethods(BKM’s): the white-paper review process helped flush outthinking/plans, peer to peer learningUM’s adopted: Service Catalog, Standard Units of Measure, VM Interoperability, Long DistanceMigration, Service Orchestration, SecurityPoC: Execution of PoC’s on behalf of ODCA
    12. 12. Enterprises need a “one stop shop” for Business Applications:Enterprise Marketplace1. One-Stop-Shop:Customer networks, IaaS, classicapplications, SaaS, security, privatecloud, integration, cloud readiness, consulting2. Agile and Secure:Standardized elements based on cloudprinciple, integration within customer’secosystem3. Flexibility:Ready to use predefined packages, scalability4. Availability:Secure Hosting, “pay-what-you-use”, single UIfor global service management5. Regulations:Providing data security in the cloud in accordancewith EU legislation, and high-performance, secureaccessT-Systems Enterprise Marketplace Bringing the following benefitsT-Systems’ managedstandard applicationsCustomer specific applicationsSaaS solutionsT-SystemsEnterprise Marketplaceincludes:App&datamigrationConsultingMonitoring / Backup / Reporting12
    13. 13. Move Enterprise Applications into the cloud.EnterpriseMarketplaceCloud MigrationServicesDeveloperPortalDynamic Cloud PlatformSelf-ServicePortal6/19/2013 13
    14. 14. 14ApplicationServicesODCA plays an important role in T-Systems portfolioenhancementsBased on the findings of the PoC “VMInteroperability” this Cloud MigrationService for the Enterprise Marketplacehas been developed.It will offer Customers the “Self-Service” Ability to move VMs betweenCloudsODCA Influence
    15. 15. 15ODCA plays an important role in T-Systemsportfolio enhancementsT-Systems’ Big Data Offering – Nov. 2012 New Big Data Offering for Enterprise CustomersAlliance Use: Big Data Use Cases used as additional input to shape theoffering structure and make it a close fit to market demandsand concept testing ODCA Big Data Consumer Guide made its way into GermanBig Data Standardization Committee (BITCOM)ApplicationServices–Big Data
    16. 16. Innovation@T-Systems: Based on our cloud infrastructure the T-Systems’ Big Data platform increases the business performance ofour customers.BusinessproblemHigh performance BI“Hadoop” EcosystemLegacy BI Backward-looking analysis Using data out of businessapplications Quasi-real-time analysis (In-Memory) Using data out of businessapplications Forward-looking predictiveanalysis Questions defined in the moment,using data frommany sourcesEmerging TechnologiesTechnologySolution SAP Business Objects IBM Cognos MicroStrategy Oracle Exadata SAP HANA Cloudera Hadoop distribution Splunk (visualization) Structured Limited (2 – 3 TB in Memory) Structured Limited (< 100 TB in Memory) Structured or unstructured Quasi unlimited (Petabyte)Data Type/ScalabilityAnalytics-as-a-Service: Reveals customers strategic insightsand allows them faster and smarter decisions making6/19/2013 16Selected Vendors (extract)
    17. 17. July 2011Cloud Transformation ServicesMigration of customer application landscape.Application migration in four steps1) Analysis & Assessment Technology analysis and application landscape assessment covering the Business-,ICT and Service framework2) Categorization Selection of target technology stacks in compliance with the Dynamic Services platform Mapping of the applications3) Road mapping Development of the roadmap for the migration in alignment with customers needs4) Migration Industrialized execution in T-Systems migration factory and handover to operationKey benefits Reduces ICT costs Reduces processcosts Minimizes risks ImprovescompetitivenessCurrentModeCloud Transform. Srv: Analysis & Assessment Categorization Road mapping MigrationFutureModeDynamic Cloud Platform17
    18. 18. Cloud transformation.(e.g. Automotive industry)• define and execute transformation roadmaps forclients based on a global cloud framework• E2E view on transformation to build andsell this model to our clients, aligned with industries• General incubator of cloud innovation• drive industry specific roadmapCloud transformation teamShow CasesCloudTeamTransfor-mation• Development Landscape forConnected Car Applications on vCloud• Using high efficient existing portfolioelements for production environment• B2B & M2M Communication• High Security standards• vBurst, extended Data CenterHot Topics Automotive Industry• SaaS Offering for Automotive End Users• Big Data and Analytics for OEMs, Tier1• SaaS Offering for non OEMs, e.g. insurancecompanies, parking ground, Utilities, locationbased services…• Product development Platform (PLM, etc.)• Compute powerStrategy• C2C: Where I am, Whenwill I arrive?• B2C: When will theService Tech. arrive?• B2B: Integrationinto EnterpriseenvironmentShow CasesCMOGlobalcloudframeworkFMOTrans-formationCustomer BusinessrequirementsConcreterequirements fromcustomer projectsDesign cloudscenarios andsolutionsIncrease cloudshares in customerprojects6/19/2013 18
    19. 19. Next Generation Cloud ServicesPromising cloud innovations to come… @ DTAG level6/19/2013 19
    20. 20. © 2013 Open Data Center Alliance, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.