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Commonwealth Bank of Australia's Private Cloud Implementation

  1. 1. Building Private Clouds Scars and Arrows A Private Cloud Case Study of Commonwealth Bank of Australia
  2. 2. Agenda Introduction to Commonwealth Bank0   Oracle as a Service (OaaS)1   On Demand Platform (ODP) and iPaaS2   Enterprise Platform (EP)3  
  3. 3. Commonwealth Bank The Commonwealth Bank is one of Australia’s leading providers of integrated financial services including retail, business and institutional banking, funds management, superannuation, insurance, investment and broking services. The Bank is one of the largest listed companies on the Australian Stock Exchange.
  4. 4. CBA Vision What does “as a service” look like… “As a service” enables flexibility and innovation 4 Pay  as  you  go   Only  pay  for  the  products   and  services  used.  Contracts   are  based  on  flexibility   versus  fixed  term  /  usage.   Contestability   Vendors  bid  for  business   with  compe??ve  pricing   rather  than  being   guaranteed  as  an  exclusive   provider.   On-­‐demand   Technology  requests  are   fulfilled  with  immediate,   real-­‐?me  provisioning.   Automa9on   Improve  speed  to  market   and  reduce  variability.   Enable  self  service.   Standardisa9on   Standardised  products  and   service  offerings  allow   greater  agility  and  cost   effec?veness.   Workload  portability   Be  able  to  move  applica?ons   between  like  infrastructure   (and  vendors)  to  increase   contestability  and  drive   value.  
  5. 5. Key Terms – IaaS and iPaaS Service  Orchestra9on   Applica9on  Workload  SoBware   PlaDorm   (IIS/.NET,  Weblogic,  SQL,  etc)   CBA  SOE   (Standard  opera9ng  environment)   Opera9ng  System   Hypervisor   Physical  Compute  Resources   (Processor,  Memory,  Storage)   Network  Infrastructure   iPaaS   Infrastructure  PlaMorm-­‐as-­‐a-­‐ Service  -­‐    iPaaS  is  defined  as   “thick”  infrastructure  that  can  be   accessed  over  the  network.   PlaMorms  are  pre-­‐integrated   resource  assemblies  that  can  be   auto-­‐provisioned  and  serve  as   building  blocks  for  new  solu?ons.       IaaS   Infrastructure  delivery  model  such   that  consumers  can  rent   virtualized  resources  (compute,   storage,  network)  maintained,   operated  and  supported  by  the   internal  or  external  provider.    IaaS   includes  hypervisor,  if  necessary.  
  6. 6. Agenda Introduction to Commonwealth Bank0   Oracle as a Service (OaaS)1   On Demand Platform (ODP) and iPaaS2   Enterprise Platform (EP)3  
  7. 7. Overview - Oracle as a Service (OaaS) •  Provide Oracle database services via the Platform as a Service (PaaS) model within its Corporate Private Cloud. –  Build a shared infrastructure and software platform –  Uniform, standardised service offering –  Oracle database services “on tap” •  Aim to consolidate up to 300+ small to medium database environments on to 3 Grids –  Centralise management of Oracle systems –  Significantly reduce number of servers and associated s/w licence & hosting charges –  Clean up the “rats & mice” •  Operationalise –  Define common hosting standards and support arrangements –  Employ a dedicated team of Oracle DBAs to manage the platform, not each application –  Apply a sophisticated charge-back model for cost recovery
  8. 8. •  Take Advantage of Complimentary Workload Peaks »  Reduced peak-to-trough variance •  Asset Consolidation –  Reduced variance allows each server to be run hotter –  Server utilisation has increased from <15% to 80+% •  Elasticity –  CPU resource can be taken from anywhere in the grid as needed –  Horizontal workload scale out – without changes to any application! •  Cost Reductions: –  Server reduction – improved green footprint –  Oracle license reduction –  Reduced data centre hosting charges •  Higher Availability - Every App Inherits: –  Load balancing –  Full component-level HA failover –  Standby DR – RTO of 10 mins –  Many apps would not implement these features – too expensive Key OaaS Benefits to CBA
  9. 9. Approach: Candidate App Selection ConstrainttoMigrate Technical readiness for the Platform No constraints Many constraints Not Ready Very Ready xxx1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xx xxxx xxxx xxx xxx xx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx x xxx) xx xxx xxx xxx xxx 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 xxx xxx xxx xxxx xxx xxx xxx 33 34 35 36 xxxx xxx xxxx xxx 37 xxxx 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 4 Workload Legend Immediate Platform candidates Longer term Platform prospects Unlikely to be migrated OLTP OLQP DW /BI Hybrid Applications are in various states of Platform ‘readiness’ – most remediation was minor Clusters of Oracle based applications ready for Platform migration were apparent
  10. 10. Charge Back Model •  Settled on a CPU Month measure of resource usage –  Simple to understand –  Set a minimum monthly charge of 0.5 CPU month – the base hosting fee •  Pay-as-go utility charge back –  No upfront charge or ongoing commitment –  Pricing variability was an issue – BU finance preferred budget certainty –  First year, billed in 0.5 CPU Month increments, now moving to 0.1 increments •  The service is "overbooked" – recover 89 CPUs worth of capacity; only have 72! Service Name DB Time (s) DB CPU (s) Physical Reads Logical Reads OSPA_MITG 12,300.50 5,144.90 1,438,859 99,811,632 OSPA _DCM 3,163.90 2,141.80 114,736 46,540,055 OSPA _CCL 2,496.30 1,455.40 127,937 64,295,226 OSPA _THL 984.50 725.70 32,184 5,404,057 OSPA _CPI 339.10 160.40 16,673 1,671,850 OSPA _MDC 154.90 85.50 13,638 1,473,399 OSPA _IFW 16.00 10.50 225 17,895 OSPA _PFR 16.80 6.70 1,291 85,457 Service Usage Metrics •  Many ways to apportion cost –  No standard measure of chargeable resource unit –  How do you measure workload? –  Each to their own for the moment!
  11. 11. Reduce Risk, Improve Time to Market •  For new Projects: –  Remove a phase from the project – infrastructure already in place –  Remove reliance on expensive/scarce SME resources for design and build –  No longer need to manage risk associated with procurement and build –  Time to instantiate a new Production quality environment: 3 months -> 2 minutes. •  Example: New ISV Application introduced into the Online Share Trading platform –  Required to test performance under the workload and data volume conditions projected in 2 years time. Dedicated  Infrastructure   OaaS   Implementa?on  Time   3-­‐4  months   few  hours   $  Cost  to  Project   Several  hundred  thousand   <  $10K   On  Project  Comple?on   Under-­‐u?lized  asset  remains   Environment  turned-­‐off  
  12. 12. Cost Savings •  Requires initial investment to set up the new Service •  Can break-even within one financial year –  To get quick pay back, a plan to migrate existing apps is essential •  Needs to be a centralised offering –  Leverage the size of your organisation as does any public cloud provider $ Number of applications Traditional silo approach Grid computing model
  13. 13. What Savings is CBA realising? •  P&L breakeven in Year 1, cashflow positive Year 2 •  150% ROI over five years – and that’s for the consolidation only –  If you factor in cost avoidance – costs not incurred by new applications – ROI is higher again •  Per application OaaS OpEx charge is 40% – 50% of a standalone environment Oracle as a Service Overall P&L Impact 0 FY08-09 CumulativeP&Limpact/month
  14. 14. OaaS Evolution at CBA Cluster of Enterprise-Class Sun Servers, integrated by CBA (Platinum Grid) Cluster of Commodity-Class Sun Servers, integrated by CBA (OaaS v1) Cluster of Industry- Standard Sun Servers, integrated by Oracle (OaaS v2)
  15. 15. Thoughts on Implementing PaaS •  Take the Time to get the Right Technical / Commercial Solution –  It is not all about Hypervisors; doesn't have to be x86. –  Different virtualisation techniques have different densities – resulting in different economics •  Must have Buy-in from Application Owners –  Detailed plan of when and how to migrate applications •  Go for Quick Wins –  Migrate / host the easiest apps first •  Invest in Governance and Operational Process Improvement –  Much, much more than a technology solution •  Have a Clear, Consistent, Accurate Sales Pitch –  Beware the FUD factor; can derail many an initiative
  16. 16. Agenda Introduction to Commonwealth Bank0   Oracle as a Service (OaaS)1   On Demand Platform (ODP) and iPaaS2   Enterprise Platform (EP)3  
  17. 17. On Demand Platform (ODP) •  Introduce a panel of IaaS Service Providers –  Using the developed Reference Architecture, implement our internal, standardised, commodity x86 IaaS infrastructure. –  Onboard additional Service Providers to introduce contestability –  Centralised, unified management software which provides a single point of control over all our IaaS Service Providers and take advantage of infrastructure arbitrage •  Infrastructure Platforms as a Service (iPaaS) –  Infrastructure Platforms are pre-integrated software assemblies –  A set of standard, pre-built containers into which we build and run applications and services, delivered as-a-Service. –  A single repository of all Platform images, deployable to any Service Provider at any time, subject to policy conditions being met •  Application Migration –  Opportunities for customers to Pilot ODP with their applications/workloads –  Support to port and/or remediate applications/workloads on to standard platforms
  18. 18. IaaS  Delivery  Model  Roadmap   Focus for CBA, maturing our capability to the right •  Internal  network   •  Within  CBA  data  centers   •  Enterprise  owned   •  Security  Zone  Model   •  Legacy  Applica?ons   •  3rd  party  owned  &   operated     •  Standardised  offering   •  Onshore   •  Some  shared   infrastructure   •  Security  Zone  Model   •  Shared   infrastructure   •  Shared  facility  and   staff   •  VPN  access   •  Onshore  &  offshore   •  Shared  resources   •  True  elas?c  scale   •  Pay  as  you  go   •  Public  internet   •  Onshore  &  offshore  
  19. 19. ODP Product Overview •  ODP consists of SEVEN Products – FIVE Platforms, IaaS and Data Storage •  ODP is available in THREE Service Tiers IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service, available in Sandbox only) SQL Server Platform (database server) Red Hat Linux Platform (operating system) WebLogic Platform (application server) IIS/.NET Platform (application server) Windows Platform (operating system) MS  Windows   2008  R2   MS  IIS   7.0/                .NET  4.0   MS  SQL  Server             2008  R2   RHEL  5.6   Oracle  WebLogic   Server  11gR2   Compute  Host  PlaMorm  (CHP)   Data  Storage   Sandbox   IaaSSQL Server RHEL WebLogicIIS/.NETWindows Non  Produc9on   SQL Server RHEL WebLogicIIS/.NETWindows Produc9on   SQL Server RHEL WebLogicIIS/.NETWindows
  20. 20. Standardised Resource Units •  Standard On-Demand Instances •  High-Memory On-Demand Instances Name   Unique  Name   Descrip9on   vCPU   RAM  (GB)   Small  (default)   Standard  On-­‐Demand  Instance  –  Small   1  vCPU,  2GB  RAM   1   2   Medium   Standard  On-­‐Demand  Instance  –  Medium   2  vCPU,  4GB  RAM   2   4   Large   Standard  On-­‐Demand  Instance  –  Large   4  vCPU,  8GB  RAM   4   8   Extra  Large   Standard  On-­‐Demand  Instance  –  Extra  Large   8  vCPU,  16GB  RAM   8   16   Name   Unique  Name   Descrip9on   vCPU   RAM  (GB)   Small   High-­‐Memory  On-­‐Demand  Instance  –  Small   1  vCPU,  4GB  RAM   1   4   Medium   High-­‐Memory  On-­‐Demand  Instance  –  Medium   2  vCPU,  8GB  RAM   2   8   Large   High-­‐Memory  On-­‐Demand  Instance  –  Large   4  vCPU,  16GB  RAM   4   16  
  21. 21. Building  a  Stack  or  Image   –  PlaMorms  are  designed  for  re-­‐use  and  not  applica?on-­‐specific   –  “Design  Once,  Provision  Anywhere”  
  22. 22. End  State  Map   APIs       Service   Provider  1     APIs       Service   Provider  2     APIs       Service   Provider  3     Mode: Hosted Private Internal Location: CBA Data Centre Mode: Private External Location: Sydney Metro Mode: Public External Location: Singapore, US Mode: CBA Private Internal Location: CBA Data Centre Hypervisor Compute Storage Network Web DB App App 3 App 1 App 2 App 5 App 4 App 8 App 6 App 7 App 11 App 10 App 9 Web DB App Web DB App Web DB App
  23. 23. ServiceMesh Agility Platform •  Customers  use  the  Agility  PlaMorm  for  ODP  Lifecycle  Management   23 •  Build  topologies    to   structure  your   workspace   •  Reuse  our  standard   PlaMorm  stacks  or   use  them  as  a  base   to  create  your  own   •  Build  templates  that   encourage  reuse   and  standardisa?on   •  Create,  start  and   stop  instances   (virtual  machines)   on-­‐demand  
  24. 24. Customer Self-Provisioning
  25. 25. Options for Application Migration Remediate   Applica9on   PorDolio   Layer   Business  Logic   Unchanged  –  embedded  in   stateful  image   Unchanged   Refactored  to  align  with  “cloud   na?ve”  design  palerns   Applica9on  Framework   Unchanged  –  embedded  in   stateful  image   Possible  upgrade  to  the   current  IPaaS  PlaMorm  &  OS   versions   Refactored  to  align  with  “cloud   na?ve”  design  palerns   PlaDorm  (e.g.  IIS/.Net)   Unchanged  –  embedded  in   stateful  image   Possible  version  upgrade   Possible  version  upgrade   Opera9ng  System  (e.g.   Windows  2008)   Unchanged  –  embedded  in   stateful  image   Possible  version  upgrade   Possible  version  upgrade   Agility  Integra9on   Yes   Yes   Yes   Migra9on  Group  1   “Stateful”   Migra9on  Group  2   “Less  Stateful”   Migra9on  Group  3   “Stateless  /     Cloud  Na9ve”  
  26. 26. Agenda Introduction to Commonwealth Bank0   Oracle as a Service (OaaS)1   On Demand Platform (ODP) and iPaaS2   Enterprise Platform (EP)3  
  27. 27. Motivations for the Enterprise Platform (EP) •  Consistent and efficient business solution delivery –  New operating model which enshrines efficiencies around shared services and simplified activities in a constrained environment •  Architectural support and operational alignment with business architecture strategic initiatives –  Process Excellence, etc. •  Remediation of SOA & BPM deficiencies
  28. 28. Shared SCCM / SCOM EmaaS Active Directory LOADBALANCER DevOps Environment Engineering IBM WBSF (including WPS / WESB)IBM WBSF (including WPS / WESB)SOA SM Network Director IBM Teamworks WAS Image SOA SM Network Director SOA Policy Manager C C C S IBM WBSF (including WPS / WESB) WAS Image C SOA Repository Manager C S ND Image PM Image PM Image WSRR WSRR Image Data Cache iTKO LISA Test (IT) iTKO Image iTKO LISA Virtualize (IV)iTKO Image iTKO LISA Registry (IR) iTKO Image SOA Agent iTKO Agent SOA Agent iTKO Agent Oracle 11.2 Oracle Image * Interfaces shown are indicative only – full detail contained in the Non-Production Deployment Architecture C Cluster- able S Environment Singleton iTKO SOA IBM Images ConnectedPhysicalEndpoints Enterprise Platform Topology
  29. 29. EP DevOps Architecture & Tooling
  30. 30. Thank You
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