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Cloud Dilemma - Which Cloud is Right for You?

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Cloud adoption is surging as organizations seek the benefits delivered by new technologies such as mobile, social, big data and the internet of things. However, with the ever growing choice of cloud services and solutions – from Private, Virtual Private, Public to Hybrid Clouds - based on various technologies and provided by different vendors - making the right choices for suitable cloud deployments are essential. In this session we will explore the options and best approaches for specific business requirements. How do you assess when to use private, public clouds or a hybrid cloud solution and the role for OpenStack in your cloud strategy to fulfill the ever changing demands for businesses?

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Kozo Otsuka
Kenny Tucker

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Cloud Dilemma - Which Cloud is Right for You?

  1. 1. 0 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Human Centric Innovation in Action Fujitsu Forum 2015 18th – 19th November
  2. 2. 1 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Head of Cloud Platforms | Global Delivery, Fujitsu Digital Business Platform Cloud Dilemma – Which Cloud is right for you? Kozo Otsuka Principal Architect | CTO Office, Fujitsu EMEIA Kenny Tucker
  3. 3. 2 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU 1x VM per application instance – who orchestrates? Need for automation & self-service capability & standardized APIs  CloudCloud 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 MillionsofWindowsServerinstances Source: based on Gartner Forecast - x86 server virtualization 2012-18 Windows Server instances on x86 bare metals Windows Server instances on x86 VMs No virtualization Virtualization Containerization  Change in responsibilities for the durability of applications  Need for speed in continuous integration & delivery of application Application OS x86 Bare Metal Libs Hypervisor x86 Bare Metal Libs Libs x86 Bare Metal OS Lib Lib Lib Lib Lib
  4. 4. 3 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Competitive Edge Cloud usage is surging as organisations seek Business Agility Innovation How the market is changing
  5. 5. 4 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Changing expectations from cloud  Organizations want to capitalize the benefits of cloud  Top benefits  Improving service quality – both business and IT  Growing the business Improve technology quality Help grow our business Improve availability Better business service Add capabilities we cannot build internally Scale to demand Inexpensive Speed to market Highest expectation moving to cloud by department. (Source: 451 Research) % of Respondents
  6. 6. 5 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU IaaS is the foundation  3X increase in IaaS spending by 2019 to 38% of x-aaS spending  But IaaS becomes more than just vCPU / GBytes / Gbits/sec  PaaS capabilities that were separate are now included in the IaaS service  Organizations realize that conventional IT will remain – SaaS and public cloud IaaS is not suitable for everything 2922 9934 2014 2019 $ bn Source Gartner 28% 38% Cloud spending forecast IaaS IaaS
  7. 7. 6 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU More than just IaaS system resources System resource (virtual / physical, shared / dedicated) _ Development infrastructure Common services Workload management infrastructure Operationmanagementplatform ID / Charging /Authentication management, Backup, Log Publication and management of Web-API RDB, message, mail, IDS/IPS, DNS, CDN Integrated management of processes, rule & data Design and construct system configuration and operation as a package Cloud Native Apps development Web-API management service Business/operation management Business application development platform Agile development platform System automatic construction platform Extensions functionality
  8. 8. 7 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Where do you need control…. Applications Data Runtime Middleware Operating system Hypervisor Storage Network Controlled by You Controlled by external service Own IT IaaS PaaS SaaS  Typical boundaries of control for different cloud services  Often this does not suit  Organizations need more control but still want the cloud benefits  This leads to different deployment modes
  9. 9. 8 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Hybrid Cloud is already a reality Hybrid Cloud: Interoperability by Maturity Use of the various kinds of clouds for interoperability (Source: 451 Research.)  Homogeneous capability to run applications b/w on- & off-premise env.  Portability of applications  Seamless interoperability  Single pane of glass over multiple cloud env. % of respondents
  10. 10. 9 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU The compatibility challenge  Different concepts to manage application instances  Monolithic application … stateful, all services in one package  Microservice application … stateless, individual service in its own package  Who provides the durability of applications?  VMWare: Hey application, don’t worry about, I got you covered!!!  OpenStack: Hey application, let’s work together to ensure your durability… What is your status of implementation for these technologies? (Source: 451 Research.)
  11. 11. 10 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Open Stack provides open cloud services  Fujitsu contributing to “enterprise functionalities” in OpenStack projects  Enterprise portal for Hybrid Cloud environment  Improve expandability and availability  Enhance monitoring analysis & GUI capabilities Enormous innovation speed at OpenStack OpenStack Community The OpenStack market  $883m 2014 2018 $3300m (451Research)  Develop upper layer software to complement OpenStack core services OpenStack Foundation Gold Member
  12. 12. 11 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Different cloud models for different needs Build your own Cloud platform dedicated (Customer data center installed) Monitoring, etc. by customer クラウドサービス 基盤 Customer data center Cloud service platform Dedicated on-premise Cloud platform dedicated (Customer data center installed) Remote monitoring, etc. by 3rd party クラウドサービス 基盤 Customer data center Cloud service platform Dedicated (Cloud platform dedicated) Company E Company F Provider data center Cloud service platform Cloud service platform Public Cloud (Virtual - shared) Company A Company B Provider data center Cloud service platform Virtual Private Hosted (Virtual/physical dedicated) Company C Company D Provider data center Cloud service platform Common Resource Orchestration VMware OracleVMHyper-VKVM OpenStack
  13. 13. 12 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Development systems, SaaS operators Mission-critical systems Industry clouds Large-scale enterprise, data center operators EX.: Public Cloud (Virtual shared) Virtual Private Hosted (Virtual/physical dedicated) Dedicated (Cloud platform dedicated) Dedicated on-premise Cloud platform dedicated (Customer data center installed) Product sales Cloud platform dedicated (Customer data center installed) Fujitsu data center Fujitsu data centerFujitsu data center Company C Company D Company E Company F Cloud service platform Cloud service platform Remote monitoring, etc. by Fujitsu クラウドサービス 基盤 Customer data center Cloud service platformCompany A Company B Cloud service platform Cloud service platform Monitoring, etc. by customer クラウドサービス 基盤 Customer data center Cloud service platform K5 PRIMEFLEX family Large-scale enterprise, data center operators Common technology stack – Open Source
  14. 14. 13 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Hybrid IT and the migration journey Current system Step2: Transform the monolithic system to microservice architecture Step1: Create bridges to interact w/ cloudNon-cloud / rigid • Multi-layered system • Duplicated data • Increasing maintenance cost, processes, time Monolithic architecture Interim step: Expose services & data to your cloud SimulationAnalytics IoT Mobile API Social API α β • Keep running the current system • Bridge the services & data to the K5 cloud of your choice Non-cloud / rigid K5-PaaS API API Data consolidation & management α' δ α β δ API Reference & Update API Develop & Manage Goal to reach: Loosely coupled system w/ short delivery cycles Data Complicated monolithic system ServiceA ServiceB ServiceC • Leverage microservice architecture • Divide the monolithic system into separate services  separate microservices K5-PaaS Service A API Service B API Service C API
  15. 15. 14 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Enterprise-grade self-service system deployment Config. manual Customer’s system request Infra. design ・HW / VM ・NW config. ・OS / MW / APP Deploy operation Cloud Formation (Heat template) Automatic deploy Conversion to template No manual operation necessary Procedure in non-cloud ・・・・ • Define SLA • Performance/scalability/high availability/operation/security Infra. design ・HW / VM ・NW config. ・OS / MW / APP Recipies through experiences Procedure in cloud Select / enter the defined SLA Automatic deploy One-click deploy MarketplaceProcedure in K5 cloud Test Set Test Logs Check System Factory • Recipe auto select • Automated template generation Fujitsu‘s recipiesWL-PKG* Template *WL-PKG = Workload package monitoring Web-API Operation
  16. 16. 15 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Web, APIs, UI Layer, Business Service Layer, Scalable Data Layer CRM, ERP, DB, HR, Mail/GW, BI, File, Mainframe, SOA, etc. Create a clear vision and roadmap to Digital of your future with a business and technical architecture A path to Digital – ms time to live x millions / sec. Application Customers Data CentreCloud: Private and PublicUsers Mobile Apps, Browsers, JavaScript, Devices, Carriers, ISPs Infrastructure Safari Firefox IE Chrome Employees Application actions started by a single click from an end user
  17. 17. 16 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU The Hybrid IT challenge Hybrid IT, combining internal and external, public and private services will dominate. They have to proactively and positively support cloud services being adopted by Business Units directly as well as those from the IT department CIOs want a simple solution to integrate and manage this growing portfolio of cloud services alongside existing on- premise systems Address the issue of orchestrating, managing, and governing the complex chain of systems, people, and user channels
  18. 18. 17 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU The “New” Reality of Hybrid IT Huge change driven by  New applications  Internet of Things  Big Data  Social and collaboration  Consumerization of access / devices …. and still the need to deliver legacy systems
  19. 19. 18 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU Your digital transformation partner  E5: FUJITSU Digital Business Platform MetaArc  E6: Delivering widest choice of cloud services  E7: Data protection for the Hybrid IT era  E10: Info Point: MetaArc  E11: Info Point: Hybrid IT  Booth for “Hybrid IT”  E1: Fujitsu OpenStack services  E2: Digital Business Reference Architecture  E3: FUJITSU Cloud Management Software  E4: Managing multi-cloud and Hybrid IT Digitalizing tomorrow with you  C27: PRIMEFLEX for Red Hat OpenStack
  20. 20. 19 Copyright 2015 FUJITSU

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