Chris Boos - No Cloud Without Automation! (Key Note)


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Chris Boos - No Cloud Without Automation! (Key Note)

  1. 1. No Cloud Without Automation!<br />Because Cloud ComputingWill Be an Epic FailWithout Automation<br />Hans-Christian Boosboos@arago.de<br />
  2. 2. Where We are Coming From <br />
  3. 3. Legacy Computing<br />3 |<br />Data Center<br />Hardware<br />OS / Standard Software<br />Shared Applications<br />Individual Applications<br /> IT Did Not Change As Much As We Like to Tell Everyone Else !<br />
  4. 4. The Problem With Legacy Computing<br /> The Number of IT Systems and Thus the Dependency on IT Systems Increases Constantly<br />4 |<br />Number of IT Applications<br />Time<br />
  5. 5. The Problem With Legacy Computing<br />5 |<br />Staff<br />Infrastructure<br />Operational Cost (RTB)<br />Number of IT Applications<br />Time<br /> Operating Cost of IT Has Grown Exponentially. (Today 53% of Cost is Infrastructure)<br />
  6. 6. The Problem With Legacy Computing<br />6 |<br />Staff<br />Infrastructure<br />You Are Here<br />Operational Cost (RTB)<br />Number of IT Applications<br />IT Budget<br />Time<br /> Unfortunately, IT Budgets Are Capped !<br />
  7. 7. The Problem With Legacy Computing<br />7 |<br />Summe IT Ressourcen<br />UnderCapacity<br />Over Capacity<br />The IT We Have Is Vastly Oversized! And Most of<br />Our IT Guys Even Like this “Buffer Capacity”<br />
  8. 8. Why Is Cloud Computing So Appealing ?<br />
  9. 9. Clouds Do It All !<br />Distribution Eliminates Overcapacity<br />Real-time Scalability Supports Business<br />9 |<br />
  10. 10. If Everything Went into the Cloud !<br />10 |<br />Staff<br />Infrastructure<br />You Are Here<br />Operational Cost (RTB)<br />Number of IT Applications<br />IT Budget<br />Time<br /> Budget Constraints Would Be Met, Innovation Would Be Boosted and IT Would Become Green !<br />
  11. 11. What Are the CurrentCloud Toipcs?<br />
  12. 12. Outside Germany<br />SaaS Is Accepted. IaaS and PaaS Are In Focus <br />For the Transition Phase and Workload Diversity<br />Is the Big Question.<br />12 |<br />
  13. 13. In Germany<br />SaaS In Focus, Driven by Vendors.<br />Delays Due to Security Concerns.<br />Cloud Still For Startups Only?<br />13 |<br />
  14. 14. The Surprises We<br />Encounter When<br />Implementing<br />Clouds<br />
  15. 15. The Two Problems With the Cloud<br />Not Everything Can Go into the Cloud<br />Operational Staff Expenses Increase<br />15 |<br />
  16. 16. Most Things Are Not Cloudable !<br />Standardization Required !<br />Reimplementation Required !<br />16 |<br />
  17. 17. What Is Cloudable<br />R&D<br />Number Crunching<br />None Differentiating Applications<br />17 |<br />
  18. 18. What Is NOT Cloudable (yet) ?<br /> More Than 70% of All Business Critical IT Systems and Applications <br />18 |<br />
  19. 19. And Operational Expense Grows<br />19 |<br />Parallelization Increases Complexity<br />Dynamic Scaling Increases Complexity<br />Dynamic Distribution Increases Complexity <br />
  20. 20. The Cloud Is Missing an Essential !<br />20 |<br />Staff<br />“Cloud Staff”<br />Infrastructure<br />Cloud Infrastructure<br />You Are Here<br />Operational Cost (RTB)<br />Number of IT Applications<br />IT Budget<br />Time<br /> Clouds Still Overcompensate Savings through Increase in Operational Cost. <br />
  21. 21. So How Can We Fix That and Make Full Use of the Cloud ?<br />
  22. 22. Get Virtualized In a Private Cloud<br />22 |<br />Prio 2<br />Prio 2<br />Prio 1<br />Prio 1<br />Summe IT Ressourcen<br />UnderCapacity<br />Over Capacity<br />Not Moving Is NOT an Option. <br />Private Clouds Can Be a First Step.<br />
  23. 23. And Mainly, Learn How to Run<br />Your Clouded IT Automatically<br />23 |<br />
  24. 24. Compensate Additional Operational Requirements by Automating Decisions<br />24 |<br />Automated<br />ITSM Processes<br />Automated<br />Service Desk<br />Automated<br />Run-Books<br />Automated<br />Config. Mgmt<br />Automated<br />Event-Mgmt.<br />Auto<br />Pilot<br />Workload<br />Automation<br />Automated<br />Provisioning<br />Automated<br />Discovery<br />Automated<br />Correlation<br />Compliance<br />Reporting<br />Data-Center<br />Automation<br />Automated<br />Root-Cause-Analysis<br />
  25. 25. Automation Old Style<br />25 |<br />Plattform/OS<br />Infrastructure Apps<br />Start<br />End<br /> Today We Believe That Automation Means Creating “a Script” In One Way or the Other<br />Application Operation<br />
  26. 26. It Is All About Knowledge !<br />26 |<br />Knowledge Repository<br />Application Operation<br />Infrastructure Apps<br />Platforms/OS<br /> To Perform a Task All You Do Is Recombine What You Already Know<br />
  27. 27. An Autopilot System<br />27 |<br />Knowledge Repository<br />Decision<br />Decision<br />Decision<br />Start<br /> An Autopilot Will Evaluate a Situation Step-By-Step Recombining Available Knowledge To Fulfill the Task at Hand<br />End<br />Analysis<br />Analysis<br />Analysis<br />Analysis<br />
  28. 28. Unlocking the Cloud With Autopilot for IT Operation<br /> “The Autopilot unlocks the Cloud because it allows for none standard images as well as constant change and dynamic reallocation”<br />PS: And It Also Works on Legacy Systems While They Are on Their Way to the Cloud<br />28 |<br />
  29. 29. Cloud + Autopilot = Happiness !<br />29 |<br />Staff<br />Infrastructure<br />You Are Here<br />Operational Cost (RTB)<br />Number of IT Applications<br />IT Budget<br />Time<br /> Budget Constraints ARE Met, IT Is Green and Innovation Finally Gets the Funding It Deservers<br />
  30. 30. So Who Will Hate It?<br />30 |<br />“Lazy, unproductive “dead wood” people who can now hide behind complex IT language and let their fellow team members do all the work!”<br />
  31. 31. Let´s Go and Change the World…..<br />31 |<br /> … Thanx a Million<br />