IT FUTURE 2011 - Fujitsu ror orchestration


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IT FUTURE 2011 - Fujitsu ror orchestration

  1. 1. Fujitsu ServerViewResource Orchestrator (ROR)Waiting for IT was yesterday –How orchestration revolutionizes IT provisioningFujitsu IT Future – Paris 2011 0 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  2. 2. Towards the tipping point to dynamic IT IT provisioning processes not fast IT provisioning processes not and efficient enough to achieve agile enough to support frequently sufficient time-to-market for IT changing business requirements. services. Users demand more dynamic use of IT infrastructure, but IT operations cant deliver because they struggle to manage the increasing complexity. 1 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  3. 3. The virtualization management gap VM sprawl Servers, storage and network affected Additional management tools required Multiple hypervisor environments Closing the increasing virtualization management gap requires to rethink traditional data center management approaches. 2 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  4. 4. The way forward – IT Infrastructure Orchestration More use of automation technology for provisioning processes across servers, storage and network IT Infrastructure orchestration software paves the way to more dynamic use of IT resources. 3 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  5. 5. ServerView Resource Orchestrator (ROR)Increase service delivery agilityFast, flexible and easy provisioningof IT infrastructure resources withinminutes instead of hours, days orweeks at a fraction of the operatingexpenses required with traditionalprovisioning approaches.Protect the continuity of IT servicesVarious cost-efficient high-availabilityoptions deliver a reliable ITinfrastructure. 4 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  6. 6. Key conceptual building blocks Resource Resource Resource abstraction orchestration availability  The logical  Automated  Server-, chassis-, server concept – provisioning of and storage abstract definition servers, storage failover of a physical or and network from  Disaster recovery virtual server resource pools  Offers efficient  Simplifies access  Fast and efficient high-availability to resources delivery of servers Operational security  Role-based management  Multi-tenancy 5 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  7. 7. Resource abstraction The logical server concept  On-screen definition of all resources required for a server  Based on pre-defined templates  Same look & feel for physical and virtual systems  Same look & feel for different hypervisors Benefits Hides the complexity of the underlying IT-infrastructure ROR simplifies access to IT-infrastructure. 6 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  8. 8. Resource orchestrationIT infrastructure provisioning today and tomorrow ROR accelerates provisioning of IT-infrastructure. 7 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  9. 9. Resource availability Easy setup of physical Blade chassis and or virtual server HA storage system failover Disaster recovery Physical Blade Chassis Blade Chassis Blade Chassis Blade and virtual OS OS VM VM chassis server … … failover failover SAN SAN Storage Storage Production site DR site Blade Chassis Manager Manager OS OS VM VM Blade Chassis Blade Chassis … … SAN SAN SAN Storage system Disaster Storage Storage Storage Storage failover recovery ROR offers efficient high-availability options. 8 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  10. 10. ROR: At a glance Infra- Automated User Infrastructure resources are organized Resource structure Provisio- Logical Multi- & role Pools Templates ning Servers tenancy mgmt. in pools Introduction of a logical server Global Resource Pools Tenant A Physical (L-Server) concept L-Server VM Host Hypervisor Server Pool Pool Automated provisioning of real Storage Pool L-Server Template OS resources from pools based on logical Network Pool Server Automation definitions (templates) Pool Image Pool Integrated operation security Storage Address Pool  User and role management Pool  Separation of infrastructure Tenant B Virtual L- Network Server and service management Pool VM HostPool  Multi-tenant support L-Server VM Storage Pool Template Image Various high-availability options Pool OS Automation  Supports server and storage failover Network Pool  Integrated disaster recovery Address Pool Virtual I/O Image Pool Addresses Infrastructure Administration Service Administration ROR – the foundation for dynamic resource management. 11 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  11. 11. Usage scenarios Physical L-Server OS Virtual L-Server Request Automated of system delivery resources VM FRONTEND – USERS BACKEND – DATA CENTERAccelerate software i.e. for development, test and staging environmentsroll-out processesIT infrastructure Organizing IT resources in resource poolsconsolidation increases overall resource utilizationAdapt server resources to periodi- i.e. for day/night-time or end of month operationscal changing business demandsSetup cost-efficient HA/DR Resource saving N:1 failover with selectivesolutions recovery options (i.e. per tenant) 12 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  12. 12. IT Resource Orchestration: Customer BenefitsBenefits for IT organizations Increase operational efficiency Higher agility through more dynamic resource management Reduced operating expenses through automated processes Better service levels through built-in high-availability optionsBenefits for IT users Efficient (easy, fast & flexible) access to IT resources Can concentrate on services Increased IT user productivity 13 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  13. 13. The next evolution in IT: IndustrializationEvolution Cloud Agile Computing Quality Efficient Assured Dynamic Infra- Advanced structure IT-Solution Blocks DI Blocks Industry  Higher management Standards efficiency  Faster time to productivity  Operational improvements Time DI Blocks – Private cloud-ready with 3 steps in 1. Time 14 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  14. 14. DI Blocks: Overview  Pre-defined scalable building DI Block blocks Orchestration  Consisting of SW and HW  Holistic management for Resource Management physical and virtual servers, storage and network Logical Server  Quality assured IT Solution  Services and support with Virtual Physical SolutionContract™ Server Server  Life cycle management for the complete infrastructure Server Network Storage 15 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
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