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Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends
                              des Cloud Computing

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Who we are

                                                                Stefan Tai
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The research focus is on concepts and technologies
                          for Cloud Service Engineering

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Cloud Computing: Main Objectives
                              Understanding business opportunities
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NIST definition (I)
       Five essential characteristics of Cloud Computing

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NIST definition (II)
                Everything as a Servcie (XaaS)  Cloud Players



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NIST definition (III)
                                             Clouds do not have to be public
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eOrg Cloud Research Focus – Some Select Activities
                                                           •   Business...
Landscape as a Service (LaaS)
LaaS offers fast and easy provisioning of multiple interelated Cloud components
 Goal: Clou...
Generic LaaS Architecture


                                                              System Landscape
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SAP LaaS
 In this Use Case comprehensive SAP system landscapes shall be provided
    • basically for test and development...
SAP LaaS – Landscapes
                                       based on fluidOps eCloudManager




12   Jens Nimis: Chancen,...
SAP LaaS – Demonstrator Overview


                                                         T-Systems

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SAP LaaS – Demonstrator at CeBIT 2010
        See also: http://dl.fluidops.com/cebit.html




14   Jens Nimis: Chancen, H...
LaaS – Open Issues and Research Questions
        Open Issues:
              • What about the data?

        Research Qu...
Berkeley‘s Top 10 Obstacles to Cloud Computing




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Obstacles Perceived by Potential Cloud Consumers




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Research Agenda
                                     for the European Cloud Community
        Main Recommendations:
     ...
Our Derived Personal Cloud Trends for 2010

        Security: Rationalization of security discussion

        Ecosystem:...
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Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends des Cloud Computing

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Presentation at "Virtualisierungs- und Cloud Computing Kongress 2010" (http://www.vcc-kongress.de/)

Title "Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends des Cloud Computing"

* Chancen des Cloud Computing am Beispiel des SAP-Landscape as a Service
* Welchen Herausforderungen muss sich Cloud Computing in naher Zukunft stellen?
* Welche Entwicklungen sind zu erwarten und beobachten?

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Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends des Cloud Computing

  1. 1. Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends des Cloud Computing Dr. Jens Nimis VCC-Kongress, Karlsruhe, 15.06.2010 WIR FORSCHEN FÜR SIE
  2. 2. Who we are Stefan Tai Professor, KIT Director, FZI www.eOrganization.de www.kit.edu www.fzi.de www.aifb.kit.edu www.ksri.kit.edu 2 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  3. 3. The research focus is on concepts and technologies for Cloud Service Engineering Service Cloud & Engineering & Enterprise Service Value Computing Networks „Understanding and advancing the Internet as a combined platform for social, business, and computing networks“ 3 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  4. 4. Cloud Computing: Main Objectives Understanding business opportunities • Faster time-to-market, and cost-effective innovation processes • Dynamic (trans-)formation of open service and business networks • Leveraging the participation Web and mass programming Internet-scale service computing • Provide and consume sophisticated infrastructure, platforms and business applications as modular (Web) services • Disrupt traditional industries and offer rich, highly dynamic experiences Enterprise-grade systems management • Under-utilized server resources waste computing power and energy • Over-utilized servers cause interruption or degradation of service levels 4 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  5. 5. NIST definition (I) Five essential characteristics of Cloud Computing On-demand self-Service Ubiquitious Rapid Network Elasticity Access Resource Measured Pooling Service [NIST] „NIST Working Definition of Cloud Computing”, published by the U.S. Government's National Institute of Standards and Technology. Available online at http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/SNS/cloud-computing/ 5 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  6. 6. NIST definition (II) Everything as a Servcie (XaaS)  Cloud Players High-value SPs Intermediaries Basic SPs “What's Inside the Cloud? An Architectural Map of the Cloud Landscape” Infrastructure SPs A. Lenk, Th. Sandholm, M. Klems, J. Nimis, S. Tai ICSE-Workshop Cloud 09, May 2009 6 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  7. 7. NIST definition (III) Clouds do not have to be public User Organization A Private Cloud User Provider Organization B Organization E Provider Organization C Public Cloud Private Hybrid Cloud Cloud Provider Organization D 7 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  8. 8. eOrg Cloud Research Focus – Some Select Activities • Business Cases and Decision Support Business Cases • E.g. CC business cases for T-Com (w. T-Labs) & Perspectives • Cloud Computing Adoption • CC maturity model incl. online tool (w. IBM D ?) • Cloud Value Creation Cloud • Cloud offering value creation for intermediairies (EU) Ecosystem • Architecture of „the Cloud“ • Technical and economical interaction of Cloud offerings „The Cloud“ • Cloud Engineering • Mgmt support for Cloud landscapes (w. T-Labs,…) Cloud • Business continuity services (IBM Watson) Engineering • Cloud Application Development • „Cloudification“ of existing apps (OpenCirrus/HP) • Cloud Platforms and Testbeds for Service Networks • Setup and Benchmarking (w. T-Systems, EU,…) • Cloud Provisioning Cloud Management • SAP Landscape reliability in VPDC (w. fluidOps) & Provisioning • SLA mgmt for complex systems (w. SAP Research) 8 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  9. 9. Landscape as a Service (LaaS) LaaS offers fast and easy provisioning of multiple interelated Cloud components  Goal: Cloud Computing system that allows coordinated provisioning of multiple, disjoint and complete system landscapes  Therefore images containing the different components/systems of the landscape are parameterized and instantiated  Also relations and constraints between the components of a landscape are considered during image construction and instantiation and inside the landscape/cloud controller  The landscape provision service must allow for altering of the system landscape setup to satisfy changing customer needs  Typical use cases related to the altering of a system landscape include • Adding additional systems to overcome high loads or extend the functionality • Replace systems inside the landscape • Remove systems from the landscape
  10. 10. Generic LaaS Architecture System Landscape System Landscape System Landscape VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM Controlling and Monitoring Interface Gateway VM VM VM Storage 10 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  11. 11. SAP LaaS  In this Use Case comprehensive SAP system landscapes shall be provided • basically for test and development • on demand to a customer as a self-service in a LaaS fashion • under consideration of relations and constraints inside the system landscape  Constraints given by a SAP system landscape • can be implemented by configuring images accordingly as well as by enforcing constraints inside the controller of the landscape provisioning system • During image definition specific constraints like f.i. transports between SAP systems (DTP/DQP-landscape) can be predefined • In a landscape/cloud controller the instanciation sequence of SAP systems can be policed f.i.
  12. 12. SAP LaaS – Landscapes based on fluidOps eCloudManager 12 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  13. 13. SAP LaaS – Demonstrator Overview T-Systems LaaS Demonstrator webservice webservice calls calls fluidOps zimory SAP Landscapes Generic Infrastructure 13 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  14. 14. SAP LaaS – Demonstrator at CeBIT 2010  See also: http://dl.fluidops.com/cebit.html 14 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  15. 15. LaaS – Open Issues and Research Questions  Open Issues: • What about the data?  Research Questions: • Modeling Language for Cloud services, their configuration and relations • Lightweight but powerful execution engine • Other useful application scenarios  Extensions: • Management of Federate Clouds • Cloud architecture pattern support • (Framework for other research threads at eOrg) 15 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  16. 16. Berkeley‘s Top 10 Obstacles to Cloud Computing “A view of cloud computing” Armbrust, M., Fox, A., Griffith, R., Joseph, A. D., Katz, R., Konwinski, A., Lee, G., Patterson, D., Rabkin, A., Stoica, I., and Zaharia, M. Commun. ACM 53, 4. April 2010. 16 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  17. 17. Obstacles Perceived by Potential Cloud Consumers Sources:IDC Enterprise Panel, August 2008 http://idcenterprisepanel.com/index.html 17 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  18. 18. Research Agenda for the European Cloud Community  Main Recommendations: • R1: EC should stimulate research and technological development • R2: EC together with Member States should set up the right regulatory framework to facilitate the uptake of Cloud computing  Additional Recommendations: • AR1: The EU needs large scale research and experimentation test beds • AR2: The EC together with industrial and public stakeholders should develop joint programmes encourage expert collaboration groups • AR3: The EC should encourage the development and production of (a) Cloud interoperation standards (b) an open source reference implementation • AR4: The EC should promote the European leadership position in software through commercially relevant open source approaches „The Future of Cloud Computing – Opportunities for European Cloud Computing Beyond 2010.“ Schubert L, Jefferey K., Neidecker-Lutz B. EU Expert Group Report – Public Version 1.0. http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ssai/docs/executivesummary-forweb_en.pdf. January 2010 18 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010
  19. 19. Our Derived Personal Cloud Trends for 2010  Security: Rationalization of security discussion  Ecosystem: Big IT companies will get more into focus  Desktop as a Service: Thin clients+appliances+OS support  Standardization: The battle goes into the final rounds  SLAs: Establishment of useful SLA models  Other candidates: • Pricing: model evolution, e.g. spot markets • Federation of heterogeneous Cloud infrastructures: distributed VPDC 19 Jens Nimis: Chancen, Herausforderungen und Trends 15.06.2010

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