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RightScale User Conference NYC 2011 -

Josh Fraser - VP Business Development, RightScale
Josep M. Blanquer - Senior Systems Architect, RightScale

2011 is shaping up to be a watershed year as an increasing number of cloud infrastructure providers are delivering new options for hybrid and private cloud computing. We'll cover these developments in the context of how they enable IT to deliver services faster and support line-of-business requirements better. Hybrid and private cloud computing deliver many new workload deployment options with varying agility and cost benefits, but they need to be pragmatically viewed as additional technologies to advance your business goals. We'll discuss the evolution of IT strategy to leverage multiple resource pools and help you identify which use cases are best suited for public, private, and hybrid clouds.

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  • 1. Impact of the Cloud on the IT Landscape
    Josh Fraser - VP Business Development, RightScale
    Josep M. Blanquer - Senior Systems Architect, RightScale
    June 8th, 2011
  • 2. Agenda
    • IT Landscape – new options for cloud infrastructure
    • 3. What’s feasible now?
    • 4. Private and hybrid cloud practicalities
    • 5. Demo
    • 6. Challenges
  • Private and Hybrid Cloud on the Rise
    • 48%using/planning to use
    private clouds in 2011 (Osterman Research)
    • Enterprise survey found that:
    • 7. 44% have private cloud plans
    • 8. 15% looking at public clouds
    • 9. 21% focusing on hybrid clouds (Unisys)
    70% of cloud systems management purchases in 2010 were for private clouds – market will reach $2.5B by 2015 (IDC)
  • 10. Why?
  • 11. Production Deployments…
  • 12. Strong Movements …
    Source: Rackspace Cloud Builders, May 2011
  • 13. Production IaaS Clouds …
    Source: Cloud.com, May 2011
  • 14. No lock-in
    Utilize existing data centers
    Geo-location
    Price/performance
    Compliance
    ‘Single pane of glass’
    Private clouds
    Public clouds
    Private and Hybrid Cloud Drivers
  • 15. Requirements Filter
    Resource Pools
    Application Portfolio
    Cloud #1
    Performance
    App 1
    App 1
    Cost
    App 2
    Cloud #2
    App 2
    Security
    App N
    Compliance
    App N
    Internal DC
    Colocated
    Reliability
    Goal: Workload Deployment Freedom
    It’s about using multiple resource pools, not choosing one
  • 16. What’s Feasible Now?
  • 17. IT Vending Machine
  • 18. IT Vending Machine
    THEN
    • Single application stack
    • 19. Request a server (physical or virtual)
    • 20. Install OS
    NOW
    • Multiple application stacks
    • 21. Click a button … 1x, 100x, 1000x
    36,000 minutes
    to
    30 minutes
  • 22. Disaster Recovery
    What happens when the cloud fails?
  • 23. Disaster RecoveryStaged Server Configuration, pre-staged data and running Slave Database Server
    • Generally recommended DR solution
    • 24. Minimal additional cost
    • 25. Allows fairly rapid recovery
  • Cloud Bursting – Zynga’s Z Cloud
    “Scale fast or fail fast”
    Low demand and low predictability Public
    High demand and high predictability Private
    Concept to production in < 6 months
    Built on commodity hardware
    Supports no less than thousands of physical servers
    Can (and have) fully provisioned over 1,000 physical servers in less than 24 hours
    Source: Zynga CTO – Centralized Operations; InterOp, May 2011
  • 26. Hybrid Cloud Reality: Zynga’s Z Cloud
    “This ability to invoke and coordinate both private and public clouds
    is the hidden jewel of Zynga’s success”
    - Lessons from Farmville: How Zynga Uses the Cloud, InformationWeek, May 13, 2011
  • 27. Private and Hybrid Cloud Practicalities
  • 28. Zone1
    Zone2
    The Start: A Typical Single-Cloud Application
    Three tiered Application
    RR DNS Load Balancers
    Array of Application Servers
    Master – Slave Databases
    Cloud 1
    LB
    LB
    Isolation Features
    Faults: using Availability Zones
    App
    App
    App

    Master
    Slave
    Security: Security Groups / Firewalls
    Plus
    Monitoring
    Alerts
    Automation
  • 29. Scaling: Bursting App Capacity to another Cloud
    Private Cloud
    Public Cloud
    LB
    LB
    App
    App
    App
    App
    App
    App


    Master
    Slave
  • 30. Scaling: Bursting App Capacity to another Cloud
    Private Cloud
    Public Cloud
    LB
    LB
    CPU
    App
    App
    App

    App
    App
    App
    Scale Up
    Scale Down

    Master
    Slave
    ServerArray
    Demo
  • 31. Scaling: Bursting App Capacity to another Cloud
    Register with LB’s:
    Private Cloud
    Public Cloud
    LB
    LB
    CPU
    App
    App
    App

    App
    App
    App
    Scale Up
    Scale Down

    Public Internet
    Master
    Slave
    ServerArray
    Security:
    • Access Control
    • 34. Encryption
    Contact DB:
    • Using DNS / IP
    • 35. Executing a script
  • Private Cloud
    Public Cloud
    LB
    LB
    CPU
    DR: Replicating Data in another Cloud
    App
    App
    App

    App
    App
    App
    Scale Up
    Scale Down

    Public Internet
    Master
    Slave
    Slave
    ServerArray
    snap
    snap
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    Where’s the data?
    Access and encryption
  • 36. DR: Replicating Data in another Cloud
    Private Cloud
    Public Cloud
    LB
    LB
    CPU
    App
    App
    App

    App
    App
    App
    Scale Up
    Scale Down

    Public Internet
    Master
    Slave
    Slave
    ServerArray
    snap
    snap
    snap
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    S3/Cloudfiles
    • Global storage
    • 37. Live replication + rsync
    • 38. NoSQL
  • Public Cloud
    Full distribution: Splitting the Load Balancers
    Private Cloud
    LB
    LB
    CPU
    App
    App
    App

    App
    App
    App
    Scale Up
    Scale Down

    Public Internet
    Master
    Slave
    Slave
    ServerArray
    snap
    snap
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  • 39. Current Landscape
    Proven technologies – production workloads; at scale
    Works on commodity hardware
    Multi-hypervisor support
    Easy to get started … deliver a POC
    • Multi/Hybrid cloud deployments are a reality, yet complex
    • 40. RightScale platform greatly simplifies their setup and management
    • 41. But this help is no substitute for awareness and good architecting!
  • Questions?
    Josh Fraser - VP Business Development, RightScale
    Josep M. Blanquer - Senior Systems Architect, RightScale
    June 8th, 2011
  • 42. Offline Demo Slides
  • 43. Multi-cloud Burst Deployment
  • 44. Server Array: Same Template Different Cloud
  • 45. Server Array: Voting Status
  • 46. App Server: Getting help from scaling
  • 47. Array Instances: Absorbing Traffic