Presidio Overview"• Professional & Managed Service • Enabling Cloud/IT transformations Provider for Advanced IT Solutions across multiple industries• Local presence: 50+ ofﬁces across • Deep, strategic partnerships with the United States leading innovators in the IT industry• Global scale: 5,000+ clients in U.S., • Privately held company - double-digit Europe & Asia annual growth rates for 15+ years• 2,000+ employees – ~50% are • Passion for driving client results: Best in highly certiﬁed consulting engineers class satisfaction & Net Promoter Score 18 "
Presidio and Cisco" Cisco Cloud Builder ! Cisco Master ATP Partner: Managed Services, Uniﬁed Communications, Security & TelePresence Video 2nd largest Partner in North America Unique collaborative relationship – co-developing innovative solutions Over 30 Cisco speciﬁc specializations and authorizations Over 2,200 Cisco technical certiﬁcations including 150+ CCIEs19 "
What Our Customers Are Telling Us…" Growth “… need a solution that enables us to respond to customers within hours instead of days” Answers “I need help with moving my workloads to public cloud and to private cloud…” Risk “At the end of the day, I just want to simply, conﬁdently say ‘yes’ to my business.”20 "
Cloud/IT Transformation Is A Journey"We Help Our Customers Along Hybrid Public Cloud Cloud Private Cloud Automation Virtualization Consolidation21 "
Best Practices / Recommendations For Cloud Computing Initiatives"• Build executive support, appoint “head of cloud”• Focus on your service catalog and self-service portal – Assess your user, workloads, infrastructure, security environment – Standardize services, automate provisioning• Adopt a phased approach – Crawl, walk, run (test, pilot, production) – Establish objectives and a roadmap for execution – Identify your initial target(s) (test/dev, apps, use case, etc.)• Ensure selected cloud platform core is extensible – Enterprise-class, no forklifts, roadmap, multiple service and deployment models22 "
Cloud Implementation Roadmap Example" Capabilities Advanced Use Cases: PaaS, Hybrid Cloud Basic Integration Service w/ 3rd Party Catalog, Systems, Virtualized Roll out Resources On-demand Automated Additional Integration w/ Self-service Provisioning Services Metering and Storefront Compute Chargeback Network Storage Time23 "
Case Study – Company A"• Integrated Environmental Solutions Company – National, 45,000 employees• Cloud Initiative Objectives: – Accelerate infrastructure provisioning – Reduce operational costs – Support innovation – Optimize and automate existing business processes• Results – Reduced infrastructure provisioning times from 60 days to approximately 20 minutes – Reduced development costs by increasing efﬁciency and eliminating manual provisioning tasks – Enhanced security, infrastructure reliability, and service quality24 "
Case Study – Company A’s Phased Approach"T0 T30 June 2012 T75 T75 TBD Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 30 days 45 days TBD Demo Production TBD Release 1 Install Cisco Process • Cisco Process Orchestrator to • Additional capabilities, for Orchestrator vCloud Director Integration example: Install Cisco Cloud Portal • Add vCPU, vRAM, and Storage – Virtual Datacenter (VDC) Install Cisco Automation Packs • Upload an OVF image – Provisioning of VM’s through vApps from templates MS Active Directory Integration • Lease Management for pre-ﬁlls – Role differentiation in portal • Threshold Management for Cisco Cloud Portal basic CPU, Memory, and Storage – 3rd party IP address branding with logos and management • Dynamic Error and Exception corporate colors handling • Extend capability to Platform Basic dynamic IP Address as a Service (PaaS) • MS Active Directory Integration Management - management of (Authentication) • Extend to hybrid cloud pre-allocated range • Power Cycle and Snapshot Provisioning of Virtual Operations Machines (VMs) from templates • Conﬁgure End User Portal as the main self-service interface De-provisioning a VM 25 "
Case Study – Company B"• Large Financial Institution – Global, 3.5M members• Cloud Initiative Objectives: – New greenﬁeld infrastructure implementation (HW & SW) – Flexible, scalable, modular architecture – Uniﬁed fabric – Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)• Results – High performing and agile architecture through shared infrastructure (10G networking, virtual compute and storage) – On-demand provisioning with standardized options – Faster, simpler and more ﬂexible and cost-effective IT26 "
Companies A & B Have Started Their Journey" A Capabilities a B Basic Integration b w/ 3rd Party Service TBD Catalog, Systems, Virtualized Roll out Resources On-demand Automated Additional Self-service Provisioning Services Storefront Compute Network Storage Time27 "