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Kawa Objects, Inc. presentation at Cloud Slam \'09

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    Cloud Computing through FCAPS Managed Services in a Virtualized Data Center Cloud Computing through FCAPS Managed Services in a Virtualized Data Center Presentation Transcript

    • Cloud Computing Cl d C ti through FCAPS Managed Services in Vi t li d D t C t i a Virtualized Data Center  Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy Kawa Objects, Inc.
    • Agenda Introduction What is driving Cloud Computing today Defining Cloud Computing  Is it just a XaaS stack on demand? Evolution of the Datacenter Architecture  Multi-core-multi-CPU servers, high bandwidth, virtualization Vision for a next generation Cloud based data center Cloud-based  The case for rethinking cloud services using TMN and FCAPS  Shared resources and telecom reliability, availability, performance and security  Open standards global interoperability and massive scaling with “Trust” standards, Trust © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 2 2
    • Introduction Rao Mikkilineni, Co-Founder Kawa Objects Inc. (rao@kawaobjects.com) Ph.D – University Of California San Diego. Research at University of Paris, Courant Institute, Columbia University Worked at Bell Labs, Bellcore, U S WEST, Four Startups (Network Programs, SS8 Networks, LightSand Communications, Comstock Systems), Systems) Hitachi Data Systems MBA from Japan American Institute of Management Science © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 3 3
    • Defining Cloud Computing ( with apologies to Rentsch ) “ ...Cloud Computing will be in the 2010's what structured programming was in the 1970's. Everyone will be in favor of it. Every vendor will promote their products as supporting it. Every executive will pay lip service to it. Every business will implement “ “ it (differently). And no one will know just what it is. - Paraphrasing Rentsch, T. “Object Oriented Programming”; SIGPLAN Notices; Sept 1982; Vol.17 No.12; P51 © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy
    • The Business Drivers for Cloud Computing 1 Demand created by Web 2.0 Consumer and Internet Applications Explosion of social networking has created wildly fluctuating demand straining the ability of Web 2.0 Applications IT infrastructure to scale 2 Explosion f Di iti d R E l i of Digitized Records and Content d dC t t Where we store everything ? How do we retrieve it reliably ? How do we secure it ? E-mail Electronic Health Records How do we delete it ? Records Digital Records 3 Ever escalating cost of improving ROI and g p g lowering TCO in the Datacenter SAN, NAS, Virtualization HA/DR, Performance Optimization, Rising Datacenter Rising TCO / L Ri i Lower ROI Security complexity © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 5
    • Cloud Computing as it is defined today… A XaaS stack stack… …enables enables Economies of Scale Web-based Services Software-as-a-Service Application-Components-as-a-Service Compute Compute Resources Software-Platform-as-a-Service Resources Virtual-Infrastructure-as-a-Service Physical-Infrastructure-as-a-Service …On-Demand Computing ..provides a standard interface Cloud API Is th t I that it? Are we missing something? Server Network Storage © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 6 6
    • The Cloud must address the following… Massive S l bilit M i Scalability Reliability Availability The Cloud Performance Optimization End-to-end Dynamic Resourcing Security ( for servers ) Management Global Interoperabilty Complexity © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 7
    • The Cloud is Unreliable Today © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy
    • The Cloud must help reset complexity; TCO is getting out of Control Actual TCO Expected TCO Virtualization Bandwidth Inversion TCO Cloud IT 1 Management Complexity Server-Centric Computing 3 2 Resource Consolidation SAN Features like Windowless ? Backup Self-Contained Shared Storage Virtualized Datacenter Cloud IT 1970 2000 2005 2010 Time Ti © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 9
    •  Evolution of the Datacenter D t t © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy
    • Simple Beginnings - Server with Integrated DAS Datacenter Infrastructure Server IT Network IT Storage IT Server Cache Management Administration System Management Server with Availability DAS Volume Performance g Management Performance Management Security © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy
    • The Introduction of Network attached Storage Datacenter Infrastructure Server IT Network IT Storage IT Server Network Storage Cache DAS S Management Administration Administration Administration IP Network Storage System Networks NAS Management Management Management Availability Availability Availability Server Performance Volume Performance Performance g Management Security Performance Tiered Security Security Management Configuration © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy
    • The Introduction of SANs and Virtualization Datacenter Infrastructure Server IT Network IT Storage IT Server Virtualization Network Virtualization Storage Virtualization Server Network Storage Cache DAS S Management Administration Administration Administration IP Network Storage System Networks NAS Management Management Management Availability Availability Availability Cache Server Performance Management Management Performance Volume Volume Performance Performance Management g Management SAN Security Networks SAN Performance Tiered Security Volume Security Management Performance Configuration Management Management © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy
    • The introduction of Application-specific management Datacenter Infrastructure Application Specific Application Specific Application Specific Application Specific Server IT Application Specific Administration Network IT Storage IT Availability Performance Security Storage Management Server Virtualization Network Virtualization Storage Virtualization Server Network Storage Cache DAS S Management Administration Administration Administration IP Network Storage System Networks NAS Management Management Management Availability Availability Availability Cache Server Performance Management Management Performance Volume Volume Performance Performance Management g Management SAN Security Networks SAN Performance Tiered Security Volume Security Management Performance Configuration Management Management © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy
    • The Emergence of Clouds – No more SAN Datacenter Infrastructure Application Specific Application Specific Application Specific Application Specific Server IT S Application Specifick IT Network N t Administration Storage IT St Storage Management Availability Performance Security Server Virtualization Network Virtualization Storage Virtualization Server Network Storage Cache DAS Management Administration Administration Administration IP Network Storage System Networks NAS Management g Management Management Availability Availability IP Availability COTS Cache Server Performance Management Networks Storage Management Performance Volume Volume Performance Performance Management Management SAN Security Networks SAN Performance Tiered Security Volume Security Management Performance Configuration Management Management © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy
    • Cloud IT Today Service Developers Service Consumers Business Services Components Datacenter Infrastructure Application Specific Application Specific Application Specific Application Specific Server IT Application Specific Administration Network IT Storage IT Availability Performance Security Storage Management Server Virtualization S Vi t li ti Network Vi t li ti N t k Virtualization Storage Virtualization St Vi t li ti Server Network Storage Cache Management Administration Administration Administration System Network Storage St Management Management Management Availability Availability IP Availability COTS Server Networks Storage Performance Volume Performance Performance Management Security Performance Tiered Security Security Management M t Configuration © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy
    • Current Cloud Reference Model Web-based Services Software-as-a-Service Application-Components-as-a-Service A li ti C t S i Software-Platform-as-a-Service Virtual-Infrastructure-as-a-Service Physical-Infrastructure-as-a-Service © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 17
    • Next Generation Cloud – More than just a XaaS Stack Web-based Services Software-as-a-Service Application-Components-as-a-Service Software-Platform-as-a-Service Telecom-grade Reliability, Availability, Performance, Virtual-Infrastructure-as-a-Service Security and “trust” Physical-Infrastructure-as-a-Service Service Developers Service Users Cloud Services Distributed Ser ices Distrib ted Services Distributed Ser ices Distrib ted Services Creation Platform Delivery Platform Operators Service Fault, Configuration, Accounting, Distributed Services Assurance Platform Performance and Security (FCAPS) Management for both s service developers and users on a Virtual Resources Mediation Layer mass scale with global interoperability Server Network Storage Resources Resources Resources © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 18
    • Shared Resources and Telecom-grade Reliability, Availability, Performance and Security Massive Scale Connects Billions of Users anywhere, any time; charges based on usage and assures connection under any conditions Service Assurance Telephony e ep o y Dynamic Provisioning Service creation, delivery and Intelligent Network matches switching, assurance platforms support service transmission and access resources developers, end users and service based on user profiles management groups FCAPS Management Each element in the network is FCAPS manageable and signaling enabled to assure availability, reliability, performance and security through mediation © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 19
    • Shared Resources and Telecom-grade Reliability, Availability, Performance and Security Massive Scale Connects Billions of Devices anywhere, any time; charges based on usage and assures connection under any conditions Service Assurance Dynamic Provisioning Service creation, delivery and Intelligent Network matches Internet assurance platforms support service computing, network and access developers, end users and service resources based on user and resource management groups profiles FCAPS Management Each element in the network is FCAPS manageable and signaling enabled to assure availability, reliability, performance and security through mediation © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 20
    • Shared Resources and Telecom-grade Reliability, Availability, Performance and Security Massive Scale Enables Billions of Applications delivered anywhere, any time; charges based on usage and assures Applications connection under any conditions Service Assurance Dynamic Provisioning Clouds Service creation, delivery and Intelligent Network matches assurance platforms support service computing, network and storage developers, end users and service resources based on their profiles to management groups application needs based on business priorities FCAPS Management Each service element and application in the network is FCAPS manageable and signaling enabled to assure availability, reliability, performance and security through mediation © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 21
    • Vision For a Next Generation Cloud Service Developers Service Users Service Creation Platform Service Delivery Platform Service Operators Service Assurance Platform Virtual Resource Mediation Layer (800 Call Model for Dynamic Application /Service QOS & FCAPS Management ) Virtual Computing QOS & Network QOS & Storage QOS & Dynamic FCAPS Management Dynamic FCAPS Management Dynamic FCAPS Management Server Virtualization Network Virtualization Storage Virtualization Server Ser er Server IP Fiber Channel COTS Storage COTS Storage Resources Resources Server Server iSCSI Infiniband COTS Storage COTS Storage Resources Resources Multi-CPU & Multi-Core Servers Multi-Latency Networks Multi-Latency Storage Elements © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 22 22
    • Driving Cloud Standards is an Ugly Business “ RedMonk has always positioned itself on the side of openness and positive community interaction, which is why after the recent muck slinging and general unpleasantness in the Cloud standards space we’re pleased to see some sanity returning with a new initiative from the Free Software Foundation - the Free™ and Open™ Cloud Alliance™ (FOCA), an industry-wide trade marketing association supporting Free™ and Open™ Cloud Computing™ (FOCC). Perhaps most importantly, unlike the Open Cloud Manifesto announced yesterday, FOCC actually has an artefact on the table that we can all work with - namely the CloudLeft “ Public License (CPL); this won’t just be another talking shop. - James Governor, Redmonk in April1, 2009 Blog - “Cloud Standards Breakthrough: New Cloud Source License” © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 23
    • Ugliness in the space is all around Dell applied to trademark the term "cloud computing" (U.S. Trademark 77,139,082) in the United States. The "Notice of Allowance" it received in July 2008 was canceled on August 6, resulting in a formal rejection of the trademark application less than a week later On 30 September 2008, USPTO issued a "Notice of Allowance" to CGactive LLC (U.S. Trademark 77,355,287) for "CloudOS". A cloud operating system is a generic operating system that "manage[s] the relationship between software inside the manage[s] computer and on the Web", such as Microsoft Azure Good OS LLC also announced their "Cloud" operating system on 1 December 2008 The Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) just announced the release of OVF 1.0 as a DMTF standard and suggested that OVF just might be a key building block for cloud computing interoperability. The Open Cloud Consortium presented at the Cloud Computing Interoperability Workshop that took place during the OMG Meeting in Crystal City, Virginia on March 23, 2009. About Abo t 150 companies join www.opencloudmanifesto.org with conspicuous absence openclo dmanifesto org ith conspic o s of some leaders in cloud computing © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 24 24
    • Open Standards, Global interoperability and Massive Scaling With “Trust” Telecom Networks Standards Body ITU Scale: Billions of users Standards Body St d d B d Internet IETF Scale: Billions of devices Standards Body Cloud Computing ??? Applications Scale: Trillions of services © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 25 25
    • Conclusion Bandwidth inversion and new multi-CPU & multi-Core computing architectures make a truly distributed and networked computing model possible Management complexity is the last straw that breaks the IT infrastructure. The Cloud revolution will break the cost escalation cycle of improving ROI and lowering TCO through simplification. simplification Opportunity exists for rethinking where the intelligence for infrastructure resource and application management should reside. It should be in the network and not duplicated in the server network and storage as it is today server, © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy 26 26
    • It is all about application-to-spindle management on demand !! We believe that the Cloud is transformational and it will help you achieve IT Nirvana ! © 2009 Kawa Objects, Inc. Dr. Rao Mikkilineni & Vijay Sarathy
    • Thank You! { Questions }  rao@kawaobjects.com vijay@kawaobjects.com