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  • 1. Why Investment Banks won’t use Public Clouds and what we can do about that Adam Vile Excelian
  • 2. There has been a bit of er… trouble
  • 3. They are back on track
  • 4. New risk management procedures (IRC)
  • 5. And where they needed quite a lot of compute
  • 6. They now need X more
  • 7. Nice
  • 8. Where will they get this from?
  • 9. Data centers?
  • 10. Hmmm… We are running out of space
  • 11. And using too much energy One investment bank runs datacentres that use more data in one day that the city centre of Manchester
  • 12. This is a costly way of running compute
  • 13. Especially since utilisation is < 20%
  • 14. Grid can drive up utilisation We are here
  • 15. High utilisation during batch run times nothing outside that 100% 00:00 06:00 18:00 24:00
  • 16.  
  • 17.  
  • 18. How about sharing resources?
  • 19. A great use case for cloud?
  • 20. Can we do HPC Computations on the cloud? http://www.451group.com
  • 21. Performance is not the issue
  • 22. Banks, it seems, don’t like to share – especially with each other
  • 23. They are obsessive about security
  • 24. And the require strong SLA’s
  • 25. Safety First
  • 26. We CAN overcome this as grid tasks run independently, and encapsulated
  • 27. We can run compute in secure virtual containers
  • 28. There are fantastic opportunities for scale and cost savings
  • 29. Still, there is nervousness around cloud for compute
  • 30. And its bad news for storage
  • 31. There are regulatory issues
  • 32. But there are possibilities around non critical functions
  • 33. Banks want to: Benefit from shared compute Pay on-demand Deliver according to strict SLA’s Protect their data
  • 34. Private cloud?
  • 35. Can’t benefit from
    • Large scale publicly available Shared compute Pay on-demand
  • 36. What are the alternatives?
  • 37. Not SaaS, PaaS or IaaS but Grid As A Service Dedicated Allocated On demand Infrastructure On demand Middleware Management
  • 38. Actually it’s a bit like… er… Timeshare!! – but in a GOOD way
  • 39. Reserved 100% 00:00 06:00 18:00 24:00 Reserved Reserved On Demand On Demand Reserved On Demand
  • 40. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a one stop shop?
  • 41. Middleware (PPU)
  • 42. Reserved and PPU infrastructure
  • 43. Grid managed service
  • 44. that exploits cloud technologies, infrastructures and concepts
  • 45. And works for the finance industry…
  • 46. Cloud for the corporate
  • 47. Grid As A service “I’m cloud and I’m proud”