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  • 1. Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet Practical Cloud Adoption for the Health & Life Sciences Industry Chris Gough Lead Solutions Architect, Intel Health & Life Sciences
  • 2. Agenda • • • • • 2 Healthcare Cloud Computing Balanced Cloud Solutions Case Studies Improving UX With Hardware-Assisted Security Additional Resources Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 3. The Building Surge of Healthcare Data • Digitization of healthcare data • Higher resolution images, sound, video • New data types; e.g. genomics • Longer retention needs • Health information exchange, and proliferation of duplicates • Sensitive data must be protected everywhere • Access required anywhere, anytime on any device Cloud can help address these challenges Security, compliance and user experience are critical considerations 3 Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 4. Healthcare Cloud Computing Business Drivers Concerns Cost Reduction: Economies of scale, multi-tenancy regulations Agility: Elasticity, provisioning Availability: Highly redundant, geodispersed Leverage External Expertise Security & Privacy: Data breach, Data Sovereignty: Where is my data? Auditability & Compliance: Complicated by distributed cloud Vendor Lock-In How to maximize benefits and minimize concerns? One size does not fit all 4 Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 5. Where in the Spectrum Are Your Cloud Workloads? 5 Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 6. Intel Open Cloud Vision IT Requirements & Open Standards Optimized Platforms Intel® Cloud Builders & Cloud Finder Define and Prioritize IT Requirements & Accelerate Open Industry Standards Deliver optimized products for more secure, efficient, automated platforms built on a common architecture Enable proven solutions that ease cloud adoption & help guide cloud service provider selection Interoperable, Built on Open, Multi-Vendor Solutions & Industry Standards 6 Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 7. Service Orchestration for your Cloud Environment Deep Engagement and Support for all major Cloud Operating Environment and platform solutions * vCloud Director Hyper-V vSphere NSX vSAN SSD 7 * System Center 2012 vCenter Server ESXi * Windows Server 2012 Hard disks Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet OpenStack APIs Watcher (Nagios*) Decider (internal) Actor (Puppet*) Collector (HDFS) Dashboard (Horizon) Compute (Nova) Network (Quantum) Storage (Cinder | Swift)
  • 8. Intel Healthcare Cloud Computing Intel Works with Customers, Partners, Alliances, and Standards Bodies to Produce Scalable, Secure Cloud Solutions Based on Today’s Health IT Requirements¹ Protect sensitive health information in transit, at rest, and in use with hardware-assisted security² Improve mission-critical information availability with reliability and serviceability features 1. Intel® Cloud Builders 2. Hardware-assisted Security For more… www.intel.com/healthcare/cloud and www.intelcloudfinder.com 8 Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet Control costs with balanced, “scaleout” solutions based on Intel® compute, networking, and storage capabilities
  • 9. Balanced Cloud Solutions 9 Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 10. Cloud Technologies – The Power of the Platform TeraSort for 1TB sort ~4 hour process time UPGRADE TO INTEL® XEON® PROCESSOR E5-2600 V2 50 % ~ reduction Intel® Xeon ® 5600 HDD 1GbE Hadoop processing time ~10 minutes with Complete Intel-based solution UPGRADE TO SSD 80 UPGRADE TO 10GBE ~ reduction 50 ~ reduction INTEL DISTRIBUTION 40 ~ reduction http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/white-papers/10gbe-10gbase-t-hadoop-clusters-paper.pdf Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products. 10 Source: Intel internal measurement using a standard Hadoop benchmark, TeraSort, on a cluster of 10 top bin Xeon 5600 based servers sort 1TB of data Westmere 3HDD + 1GbE = 250 minutes; Romley 3HDD +1GbE = 125 Minutes; Romley 4SSD + 1GbE = 23 minutes; Romley 4SSD + 10GbE = 12 minutes; Romley 4SSD + 10GbE + Intel Hadoop Distribution = 7 minutes Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 11. Ultra High-Speed Networking Optimizations Aspera Labs • Challenge: Improving big data transfer to and from the backend data center • Solution: Optimize ultra high-speed (10 Gbps and beyond) data transfer solutions built on Aspera’s FASP ™ transport technology and Intel’s innovative hardware platform • Benefits with Intel Xeon E5-2600 (DDIO, SR-IOV) − 300% improvement in Aspera transfer throughput − Same transfer speed performance in both physical and virtualized computing environments − Both LAN and WAN transfer speeds had similar results • Infrastructure and Data Characteristics: − − 11 Xeon E5 2687, 32GB DDR3 with Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA) Data Direct IO (DDIO), Intel 910 SSD, Intel 82599EB 10 GbE Aspera Enterprise server 3.1.1.66573, Aspera Performance Automation Suite Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 12. High Throughput Science: Embracing Cloud-based Analytics • Challenge: Team of cancer researchers had to screen a drug concept with a list of tens of millions of molecules working with a tight deadline, a fixed budget, and strict security and compliance requirements. Schrödinger’s existing in-house servers would be tied up for weeks • Solution: Schrödinger used software from AWS partner, Cycle Computing, to provision a fully secured cluster of 50,000 cores, powered by the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family. − This configuration enabled the team to run 16 million molecular simulations an hour. − Developed 1000 molecule list in < 8hrs. 12 Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 13. GEHC Medical Quality Improvement Consortium Challenge – How to gain added value from wealth (MQIC) of data in EMRs/EHRs and other digital health information tools Solution – Providers contribute de-identified data from their Centricity EMRs and used the resulting data warehouse and analytics capabilities to enhance their quality and reporting activities. 1.6 billion documents representing 30 million deidentified patient records and 209 million office visits. Benefits - Physician practices and ambulatory care clinics deliver their best care more efficiently, along with population-based research and public health activities. 13 Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 14. Enhancing Datacenter Workload Security ISOLATE ENFORCE ENCRYPT Intel® VT and Intel® TXT Intel® TXT Intel® AES-NI Establishes “trusted” status foundation for security policybased workload control Delivers built-in encryption acceleration for better data protection Protects VM isolation and provides a more secure platform launch Security Standards Intel & partners are collaborating to drive unification and consensus across industry security standards to enable consistent controls and protections 14 Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet ANALYZE Intel® Distribution Apache Hadoop* Hardware-enhanced analytics platform to achieve insights faster
  • 15. Circumventing Security of Compromised Solutions in the Way of Healthcare • • • • • • 15 Slow encryption Vulnerable security Unusable 2-factor authentication Expensive security Compromised healthcare solutions Many [risky] alternatives! Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 16. Past • Security Trend Enabling Healthcare with More Usable and Secure Safeguard Solutions • Migrate software on general hardware • Separate security hardware core security logic to hardware • Integrate Security Software Security Software Core Security Logic Core Security Logic Trend General Purpose Hardware Core Security Logic • Robust Future separate security hardware • Performant, e.g., encryption Separate Security Hardware General Purpose Hardware (hardened), e.g., advanced behavior / heuristics anti-malware • Usable, e.g., manageable systems “just work,” 2-factor authentication • Cost 16 effective Performance, Robustness, Usability, Cost Time Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet Better
  • 17. Global Net Access Health (GNAX Health) is a leading healthcare technology infrastructure provider Learn more at www.gnaxhealth.com Key Challenges • Launch New Cloud Services to meet growing demand from healthcare organizations for flexible, costeffective, outsourced IT • Provide a Trusted Environment that helps providers protect sensitive information and comply with regulations Solution • Infrastructure based on Intel® Xeon E5 servers • Integrated Intel® AES-NI technology improved encryption performance by 49.25% (1.97x) and improved decryption performance by 62.16% (2.64x) • AES-NI hardened against side channel attacks and associated exploits AES -NI is a set of instructions that consolidates mathematical operations used in the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm. Enabling AES-NI requires a computer system with an AES-NI-enabled processor as well as non-Intel software to execute the instructions in the correct sequence. For availability of AES-NI enabled processors or systems, check with your reseller or system manufacturer. 17 Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 18. Summary • Healthcare is undergoing a rapid transformation • Agile organizations will be best positioned to adapt quickly to this changing environment • Cloud computing can enable agile, cost effective, and highly available solutions… but ensuring security and compliance concerns are addressed is paramount • Intel is working with fellow travelers to produce secure, high performance, cloud solutions that help meet compliance and integration needs of the healthcare industry 18 Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
  • 19. Additional Resources chris.s.gough@intel.com Secure Cloud for Healthcare Data Atlantic Health System Harnesses Data Growth CareAlign Exchange Secures Healthcare Data (ICA - AES-NI) Intel TXT Enables a Trusted, High Performance Cloud (DuPont) Building a Cloud For Healthcare (GNAX – AES-NI) High Performance Encryption for EHR Databases Big Data Technologies for Ultra-High-Speed Data Transfer & Processing (Aspera/Intel) • Cycle Computing – Utility HPC – Cloud Slam 2013 • GE Medical Quality Improvement Consortium (Private Cloud) • • • • • • • • 19 Intel Health & Life Sciences Where information and care meet
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