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Virtulization to Cloud Evolution "IT as a ٍٍٍٍٍService"

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Virtulization to Cloud Evolution "IT as a ٍٍٍٍٍService"

  1. 1. October 14th 2012 Virtualization to Cloud Evolution: “IT as a Service” Presented by: Mohamed El Shorbagy Virtualization Engineer at TOPTECH Egypt & President of the “Inevitable Cloud” community
  2. 2. A historical Perspective
  3. 3. Advancements in Information Technology
  4. 4. Data is Growing Exponentially
  5. 5. Evolution of Virtualization Strategies
  6. 6. Virtualization Advantages ● Virtualization is the foundation on which cloud infrastructure is built. ● provide secure, isolated sandboxes for running untrusted applications. ● Reliability and Availability, – A software failure in one VM does not affect other VMs. ● Cost, – Server consolidation can bring cost reductions from hardware economies of scale, personnel cost reductions, floor space, and software licenses. - Typical savings: 29% to 64%. ● Load Balancing, – The state of a VM is completely encapsulated in the VMM: easy to migrate VMs to other platforms to improve performance.
  7. 7. Traditional Architecture Vs. Virtual Architecture
  8. 8. Virtualization Vendors
  9. 9. Server Virtualization
  10. 10. Network virtualization
  11. 11. Storage Virtualization
  12. 12. Virtualization to Cloud Evolution
  13. 13. Virtualization to Cloud Evolution: Virtualize
  14. 14. Virtualization to Cloud Evolution: Operationalize
  15. 15. Virtualization to Cloud Evolution: IT as a Service
  16. 16. Evolution of IT Roles
  17. 17. Examples of Cloud Eco-systems
  18. 18. Service Models
  19. 19. Myths
  20. 20. Benefits of Cloud
  21. 21. Cloud Computing Definition
  22. 22. Rabid Elasticity
  23. 23. Measured Services
  24. 24. Broad Network Access
  25. 25. Recourse Pooling
  26. 26. On Demand-Self Service
  27. 27. Cloud Services Infrastructure-as-a-Service “IaaS” Software-as-a-Service “SaaS”Platform-as-a-Service “PaaS”
  28. 28. Cloud Service Models
  29. 29. Cloud Deployment Models
  30. 30. Deployment Model examples: By Market size
  31. 31. Deployment Model examples: By Market Segment
  32. 32. Example: Consumer Archive Start-up
  33. 33. Example: Small to Medium Business Software Manufacturer
  34. 34. Example: Start-up Hedge Fund Software
  35. 35. Example: Amazon Public Cloud
  36. 36. Cloud Statistics 77% Of IT professionals prefer to deploy their infrastructure using virtualization. 38% Acknowledge that “their organization has a written strategic plan for cloud adoption.” 90% Of small business energy costs could be saved using Cloud computing. 84% Of IT managers report that their enterprise uses at least one cloud application. 58% Agree that being on the cloud has given them better control of their data.
  37. 37. Cloud Future Survey 65% Agree that cloud will be all out reality by 2015, and not just a conceptual idea. 62% Of respondents agree that between 2011 and 2014, most CIOs will deploy only non-mission-critical apps in the public cloud. 36% Agreed that by 2015, at least 30% of Fortune 1000 enterprises will deploy at least one business-critical system in the cloud. 80% Of IT executives surveyed believe metrics related to cloud would grow in importance over the next 12 months. 90% Of IT leaders surveyed believe it will be either “important” or “very critical” to improve IT services tracking in virtualized and cloud environments in the coming year.
  38. 38. Cloud Components
  39. 39. Cloud Challenges: Customer’s Perspective
  40. 40. Summary
  41. 41. Q&A and Open Discussion
  42. 42. Thanks for our Academic Sponsor:
  43. 43. Thanks

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