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Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy
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Back that *aa s up – bridging multiple clouds for bursting and redundancy

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Back that *aaS up – Bridging Multiple Clouds for Bursting and Redundancy

Peder Ulander, VP of Product Marketing, Cloud Platform Group, Citrix Systems

Bridging multiple cloud computing environments allows enterprises to plan for peak usage even while only building capacity for today’s needs. Using CloudStack, CloudBridge and RightScale can enable Enterprise IT to extend resource pools beyond physical datacenter boundaries and leverage additional private clouds or public clouds to meet peak usage requirements and smoothly manage planned or unplanned capacity spikes.

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  • You heard Mark talk a lot yesterday about Mobile Workstyles…today we’ll focus on Cloud Services, with particular attention to three things…
  • Intro: The industry is quickly transitioning from the PC era to the Cloud era, with cloud computing revolutionizing the way IT services are consumed and delivered…Key Points:Major trends are taking place that are forcing IT to look for new solutions. Things like globalization, consolidation, security and regulatory compliance, devices of all types entering the workforce however the trend anticipated to drive the most change is the consumerization of IT.What we see happening is a major handoff between the personal, distributed computing era to a new cloud era.In the PC era, many IT professionals were operators who built their own infrastructure, applications and data centers.In the cloud era, many of those thingswill be bought as opposed to being built internally;IT will aggregate and orchestrate services by taking advantage of the cloud for more flexibility, elasticity and infinite capacity. Transition: This is a fundamental shift and will require new ways of doing things, a completely new mindset…
  • Intro: It requires a secure and optimized connection that looks like a natural extension of the enterprise datacenter network…Key Points:Maintaining consistency in how end-users access applications. Optimizing the performance and bandwidth of the enterprise-to-cloud network connection for a LAN-like experience.Encrypting the connection between the enterprise premise and the cloud provider so that all data in transit is secure. Ensuring full control and a single point of managementfor all computer resources.Transition: This is a complete network solution which enables enterprises to transparently shift web and app servers to the cloud while keeping database, directories, repositories and other key corporate data safely within the enterprise datacenter…
  • How customers canBUILD Amazon-style clouds with cloud platformsCONNECT those clouds to other clouds with cloud management and cloud networking)And EMPOWER users and businesses with cloud solutions that address key business problems and use cases…one that I’m very excited to share with you is how we’re bringing together our entire portfolio to transform Windows as a Cloud Service. We’ll do that at the very end of the Keynote, so stay with me.
  • And Amazon Web Services is without question one such pioneer worthy of emulation. So let’s look at an incredibly simplified view of what their cloud architecture might look likeStarts with commodity hardware, virtualizes with (our) Xen hypervisor technology, and then comes the real heart of the system…a new layer of software that they have built through significant engineering effort to create a new control plane, a new cloud orchestration layer that can manage all the infrastructure resources (compute, storage, networking) across all their data centers (sometimes aggregated to what they call availability zones). This is the new brain of the operations. This is at the heart of the technology disruption of cloud. One analyst I recently spoke with referred to it as the “hypervisor of hypervisors,” and a “new software category of cloud system software.”Of course they then expose the power of that new orchestration software through an API, and quite importantly then provide an ability to offer services and transact on those services in a way that allows the end user to surface (and pay for) the capability of Amazon’s dynamic infrastructure.
  • OpenStack core* in 2012
  • Yes – Citrix cloud architecture enables any org to BUILD Amazon-style clouds.Analogous chart – key points: ability to work with any kind of infrastructure, based on customer demand; can leverage XS for virtualization layer [get an example of “better together” optimization between XS/CS], but absolutely have an open architecture that lets the customer decide…want to use vSphere? great…want to use KVM? Great…OVM? Great. In fact, we’re so hypervisor-agnostic that we don’t need a hypervisor at all…our cloud architecture allows us to build bare-metal clouds. We needed a production-ready cloud orchestration system…this was the driving motivation behind our acquisition last summer of a company named Cloud.com, whose maturity of technology and customer adoption far exceeded that of any other company we looked at. [do we label this CloudStack? What about new name unveiling? Sequence issue.] We also expose our rich, native CS API, but have invested a great deal in ensuring interoperability with the AWS API…as we just saw, there is a massive ecosystem of customers and partners that have already written to this de facto standard, and we don’t want customers to have to re-write anything…we already have a rich API translation layer that allows workloads written to our CS API to run against the AWS API, and are investing further to support workloads written to the AWS API to seamlessly run on the CS API. And our customers also needed a way to be able to self-serve against this cloud infrastructure, and in the case of our SP customers actually monetize that interaction…so we’ve delivered a product line called Cloud Portal…this line provides the ability to give self-service access to infrastructure and services to end users. This complete stack of technology is how Citrix can confidently say “we can help you build an Amazon-style cloud for your organization.”
  • How customers canBUILD Amazon-style clouds with cloud platformsCONNECT those clouds to other clouds with cloud management and cloud networking)And EMPOWER users and businesses with cloud solutions that address key business problems and use cases…one that I’m very excited to share with you is how we’re bringing together our entire portfolio to transform Windows as a Cloud Service. We’ll do that at the very end of the Keynote, so stay with me.
  • OpenStack core* in 2012
  • How customers canBUILD Amazon-style clouds with cloud platformsCONNECT those clouds to other clouds with cloud management and cloud networking)And EMPOWER users and businesses with cloud solutions that address key business problems and use cases…one that I’m very excited to share with you is how we’re bringing together our entire portfolio to transform Windows as a Cloud Service. We’ll do that at the very end of the Keynote, so stay with me.
  • CloudBridge 2 continues the concept of connecting Clouds securely, with full transparency and perfomanceWith the newest CloudBridge, now enterprises can establish these connections O-N D-E-M-A-N-D, with a few clicks
  • CloudBridge 2 add a catalog of Cloud Service Providers that are available to all enterprises. This catalog will be periodically updated as we ensure compatibility with service providers where our one-click automated process is available and is delivered within a configurable application deployment environment. In the future, you can also imagine this list being part of a set of SaaS offerings- everyone wants to be current with their catalog, right?And if you don’t like what you see, you can always add your own, and configure it within your local context for repeated useWith this built-in catalog, now an enterprise will enable its application developers to use a simple system to establish connections to clouds, while maintaining security and logging, essentials for enterprise
  • About the CustomerOne of the most influential academic organizations for advanced IT in Japan. Challenge/PainThe university was looking for a cost-effective new way to allow university researchers access to academic computing technology resources—allowing them to create, store and exchange academic content via internal public cloud. Why Citrix CloudStack?Hokkaido chose CloudStack because of its open source structure and innovation in addition to its ability to deliver the capability to build and deploy Hokkaido computer cloud—the first of its kind in JapanKey BenefitsReduced operational cost and power consumption per server by up to 20 percentProvided a more agile environment for consuming IT resources to their internal customer (professors, researchers, and studentsEquipped them with a cost-effective, secure, ways to share, collaborate and store academic data
  • About the CustomerTop 10 engineering and project management companyChallenge/PainDevelop a private cloud that would increase efficiency and provisioning while meeting complex requirements and strict security and compliance rulesKey BenefitsImproved project support by moving provisioning process closer towards the customerIncreased efficiency and planning by delivering the service on-demand vs. over provisioningProvides governance/consistency layer for appsImproves quality of service by eliminating variance in applications and infrastructure
  • About the CustomerNokia Research Center, division of Nokia, focused on new strategic research initiatives. Challenge/PainBuild private cloud to support rapid development environment for 4 locations across the globe which had high expenses and slower setup times lag with regards to service delivery.  Additionally, the labs were separately managed by various individuals, therefore lacked consistency or leverage across systems in each location.  Key BenefitsPool the hardware resources across the 4 availability zones and leverage existing infrastructure vs overbuilding in each siteCreate a central "single pane of glass" control point in one of the data centers whichdecreased their human capital need and created a more efficient model for them to deliver IT resources without the costly administrative overheadBreak from the 24 hour delivery limit and provide "instant" access to resources
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    • 1. Back that *aaS upBridging Multiple Clouds for Bursting andReliabilityPeder Ulander (@Ulander)VP of Product Marketing, Citrix Cloud Platforms GroupJune 13, 2012
    • 2. ANY DEVICE ANY CLOUD
    • 3. PC Era Cloud Era
    • 4. Hybrid cloud is the preferred model 2% 5% 7% Which type of cloud computing IaaS deployment 32% are your users most interested in? 46% 40% No preference/ dont know Hybrid cloud (combo of public or private cloud and local servers) 41% Hosted private cloud 37% 34% Public cloud 21% 13% 16% Adopted Planning EitherSource: Forrsights Hardware Survey, Q3 2011
    • 5. Multiple cloud strategies provide flexible options Balance cost and scale with security and control Private Cloud Hybrid Cloud Public • On premise • On/off premise • Off premise • Dedicated infrastructure • Low utility cost • Shared infrastructure • Fixed cost • Self-service • Low utility cost • Complete control • Fully elastic • Elastic capacity • Known security • Trusted security • Corporate control
    • 6. Leverage infinite scale and flexibility across private and public clouds Connect Private Cloud Public CloudEvolve the datacenter to Extend the datacenter tobe more cloud-like gain unlimited capacityBuild an Amazon-style Tap low-cost compute fromcloud for maximum flexibility service providersMaintain control and keep Ensure network transparencysensitive data on-premise and security across clouds
    • 7. I would like thisHybrid Cloud Use Cases one from enterprise cloud networking photo choices • Capacity Extension ○ Burst out separate clusters: dev/test, builds, batch processing • Geographical Coverage ○ Public clouds offer rapid, broad coverage – private go anywhere • Price-to-Performance Ratio ○ Purpose-built cloud • Disaster Recovery ○ Ramp up DR deployment from cold, warm, or hot spares • IT Self-Service ○ Simple IT vending machine can launch workloads anywhere
    • 8. Build Automate Connect
    • 9. Best way to understand cloud orchestration:look at the inventor of IaaS cloud - Amazon INFRA- DEV MOBILE DISASTER BYO APPS & YOUR STRUCTURE & TEST APPS RECOVERY PLATFORM DESKTOPS SERVICE Amazon eCommerce Platform EC2 API Amazon Proprietary Orchestration Software Open Source Xen Hypervisor Commodity Networking Storage Servers
    • 10. • Market leading provider of infrastructure cloud software – Designed from ground up for cloud – Proven in 100+ major clouds – Open Source and Open Standards – Focus on SP/Telco, WebScale and Enterprises• CloudStack momentum – Growth in customers, cloud revenue supported, community, downloads, etc.
    • 11. CloudStack is core platform to build Amazon-style clouds INFRA- DEV MOBILE DISASTER BYO APPS & YOUR STRUCTURE & TEST APPS RECOVERY PLATFORM DESKTOPS SERVICE Amazon eCommerce Platform CloudPortal CloudAPI EC2 APIs Amazon Proprietary Orchestration Software CloudStack Orchestration Software ESX Hyper-V Source Xen Hypervisor Open XenServer KVM OVM Commodity Networking Storage Servers
    • 12. Build Automate Connect
    • 13. Build Automate Connect
    • 14. Connect clouds… on demand • Connect your datacenter to any cloud with full transparency, security and performance • On-demand connections to multiple cloud service providers • Simple, one click provisioning
    • 15. Built-in cloud providers… or add your own
    • 16. Challenges & opportunities Build a cost-effective, private cloud to enable university researchers unlimited access to academic IT resources Solution Citrix CloudStack with XenServer enabling an integrated solution for provisioning, management and operation of IT resources from a unified portal Result Reduced operational cost and power consumption per server by up to 20 percent Provided an agile environment for consuming IT resources Equipped faculty members with a cost-effective method to share, collaborate and store academic dataCitrix Confidential – Do Not Distribute
    • 17. Challenges & opportunities Extremely complex IT services policies with highly distributed IT services requirements and strict security and compliance rules Solution Launched private cloud based on Citrix CloudStack, XenServer and NetScaler Result Improved project support by moving provisioning process closer towards the customer Increased efficiency and planning by delivering the service on-demand vs. over provisioning Provides governance/consistency layer for apps Improves quality of service by eliminating variance in applications and infrastructureCitrix Confidential – Do Not Distribute
    • 18. Challenges & opportunities Build private cloud for corporate research development projects which had high upfront expenses, slower setup times and lacked standardization across distributed sites Solution Citrix CloudStack for rapid provisioning of compute resources for development and test environments Result Achieved 21st century speed setting up new research projects with “instant-on” access to compute resources Lowered administrative overhead with a “single pane of glass” for managing projects across several locations Maximized existing investments with flexibility to integrate different networking, virtualization and management componentsCitrix Confidential – Do Not Distribute
    • 19. Established CloudStack Ecosystem * * ** * *

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