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Oracle Enterprise Architecture      <Insert Picture Here>  IT-as-a-Service:  Cloud Computing and the Evolving Role of  Ent...
OEA Process & Framework                 Pull Out Sample Artifacts                                             2
NIST Definition of Cloud Computing             Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-             demand ...
Cloud Computing ImpactsAll Layers of Architecture                • Metering and Chargeback - How to recoup your investment...
IT Optimization                                                                                                           ...
Future State IT Operating Model                                              High                        Process Integrati...
IT-as-a-Service Business Model         (Public Sector example)                               •Customer Acquisition,      •...
Cloud Shared Services and Consumer ModelCloud Consumers                                       Cloud Service Provider      ...
IT-as-a-Service EA Framework  Process & Tools                                 Business                            EA & IT ...
The Virtualized Data Center                         •   Web cache virtualizes web servers to increase performance Portals ...
Hybrid Data Center Cloud Model                                                                       Load Balancer        ...
Cloud Services Lifecycle                                  Business Process as a Service                               Clou...
Managing the Private CloudRecommendation: ITIL-Based References                        •Service Portfolio Management   Ser...
Business Capability Map                                                           BUSINESS CAPABILITY MAP                 ...
Business Process Diagram                                Provision Hardware Infrastructure                                 ...
Application Diagram                                                            APPLICATION DIAGRAM                        ...
Information Process Flow                                                                                                  ...
Roadmap to Enterprise Cloud Computing                                                             Public Clouds           ...
IT-as-a-ServiceSummary                                                                                                    ...
Key Takeaways• Enterprise Architecture (tools, frameworks, methods, best  practices & processes) is key to aligning IT clo...
EA IT Optimization                  Critical Success Factors• Customer Sponsorship   • Need a forward-thinking sponsor who...
OEA for CloudPeopleOracle Enterprise ArchitectsProcess &FrameworkArchitecture Development ProcessEnterprise Architecture F...
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IT-as-a-Service: Cloud Computing and the Evolving Role of Enterprise IT

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As presented by Dr. James Baty at Oracle Technology Network Day in Toronto, April 21, 2011.

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IT-as-a-Service: Cloud Computing and the Evolving Role of Enterprise IT

  1. 1. Oracle Enterprise Architecture <Insert Picture Here> IT-as-a-Service: Cloud Computing and the Evolving Role of Enterprise IT
  2. 2. OEA Process & Framework Pull Out Sample Artifacts 2
  3. 3. NIST Definition of Cloud Computing Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on- demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. This cloud model promotes availability and is composed of: 5 Essential Characteristics 3 Service Models 4 Deployment Models • On-demand self-service • SaaS • Public Cloud • Resource pooling • PaaS • Private Cloud • Rapid elasticity • IaaS • Community Cloud • Measured service • Hybrid Cloud • Broad network accessSource: NIST Definition of Cloud Computing v15
  4. 4. Cloud Computing ImpactsAll Layers of Architecture • Metering and Chargeback - How to recoup your investment? Business • Change Management and Control - How to align the competing needs of consumers and suppliers of services? • Service Provisioning • How to automate and streamline the creation and deployment of Application application platform stack? • How do you ensure tenant isolation and protect information? • Monitoring and Reporting - How to gain understanding what is Information happening inside the cloud? • Dynamic Scaling - How do you enable capacity scale-up / scale-down? • Unified Develop, Test and Deploy experience Technology • Identity and Access Management
  5. 5. IT Optimization Standardize & Data Center & System Current State IT-as-a-Service Rationalize Optimization Client 1 Pt. to Pt. Integrations Integration Layer FBT PAY G NTS TRDS Customs NTS A/c Service Group A Service Group B Service Group C Inv Data……. SFAProduct product ERP SCM productMES- DB LMS MGMT DB- B2B Penalty RBA SFA-Product SFA Stage ERP- product Dev Stage B2B- PaaS IaaS RRE Def Product Stage B2B- Stage Application Grid Application Grid Application Grid IPS Integrated A/C Refunds SFA- ERP- MES- MES- 1 Dev Test Prod Stage Prod Excise Payments Compliance CR ECI ADD AWA ELS CCD Staff SFAProduct product ERP SCM productMES- DB LMSInv DB- Business Staff Phone Product ERP- product Dev MGMT Data Grid Data Grid Data Grid IVR PKI CDCC DDDR CWMS GCI WOC TASS Bus. Intel Stage Stage SaaS Ref aterial m BOA Security Security Security Security Security Layer Remote TAX Client BANK Staff Staff AGENTS Call Centres B EP Rationalization IT-as-a-Service• Local IT silos • Standardized • Pools of resources • “IT as a Business” interfaces/systems• Peak load sized • Consolidated • Greater focus on business • Lower license and support• Difficult to scale costs • Better productivity • Faster project turnaround• Difficult to change • Increased utilization of IT • Higher QoS • Rapid provisioning skills• Expensive to manage • Improved IT agility • Lower costs • Reduced IT project• Complexity driven risk • Improved security and time/costs/risks management
  6. 6. Future State IT Operating Model High Process Integration Low Low High Process Standardization 3 High Level Phases Shared Rationalize Optimize Services
  7. 7. IT-as-a-Service Business Model (Public Sector example) •Customer Acquisition, •Cloud Consumer •Agencies •Agencies •Customer Onboarding & Provisioning •Vendors •Value-added Services Model Relationship Mgmt (Federal, State, •System Integrators •Operational Support •IT Abstraction •Communities and/or Local) •Auditors (Change, Release, & •Shared Services •Tech Support / •K-12 Configuration Mgmt) •Value-added Svcs Service Desk •Citizens •Services Portfolio Mgmt •Predictable Cost •Enablement •Business Continuity •Elastic Computing programs •Metering & Chargeback •(ITSM ) Best DEMANDSUPPLY Practices •IT Governance •Security & Privacy •Availability and •IT Ops Staff Continuity •Private Cloud •Service Desk •Remote access •Mktg, Sales, Finance •Partner extranet •Cloud Data Center(s) •Partners (SI, ISV) •Value-driven cost structure per OMB A-87 •Revenue through Cost Recovery model per OMB A-87
  8. 8. Cloud Shared Services and Consumer ModelCloud Consumers Cloud Service Provider Business Process as a Service Cloud Data Center Citizens ERP, CRM, HR, Collab, … IT as a ServiceBusiness Partners Web applications Security and Compliance Performance, Availability, & Scalability Local apps & Databases Reporting tools Incident Response & Event Management Provisioning & Virtualization Business Users Servers and Storage System Management Metering & Chargeback Service Portfolio Management SDLC IT Back Office Developers IT Front Office
  9. 9. IT-as-a-Service EA Framework Process & Tools Business EA & IT GovernanceIT Service Mgmt (ITIL) Customer Acquisition Services Portfolio Mgmt EA Governance SIEM IT Operations IT Governance System Management Data Governance ApplicationsChange & Config Mgmt Financials Analytics & Reporting (KPI) Security Policy Service Level Mgmt CRM Mktg & Sales SLA Management Risk Management ERP Service Desk Stds Compliance Information Backup and Recovery Customer Intelligence Regulatory Compliance Market Intelligence Business Continuity IT Statistics General Ledger Controls & Oversight Capacity Planning Cloud Steering Committee Technology System Architecture Application Architecture Cloud Governance Board Network Architecture Security Architecture Change Control Board Database Architecture Data Ctr & Operations Arch
  10. 10. The Virtualized Data Center • Web cache virtualizes web servers to increase performance Portals & Web Servers • Composite apps virtualize back-end applications and databases • E2.0 increases productivity through virtual collaboration • WL Suite is a virtual Java application deployment platform Application Servers • Coherence virtualizes web session management • JRockit abstracts java applications from hardware dependency • SOA is inherently a virtual integration layer Middleware • BPM virtualizes human and application workflows • ESB & AIA serve as virtual message broker networks • Coherence data grid abstracts Oracle & other databases Database / Info Mgmt • Oracle RAC enables Database as a Service • Active Data Guard virtualizes the data center information layer • Access Mgmt Suite provides virtualized security as a service Security • Database Vault enables virtualized secure information domains • OVD virtualizes KPUs to centralize Security enforcement • ASM virtualizes storage and optimizes R/W performance Disk / Storage • Sun StorageTek delivers Storage as a Service • Sun Open Storage is transparently managed as one storage pool • OVM abstracts server hardware from apps and databases Hardware / Platform • Solaris Zones and IBM LPARs virtualize deployment platforms • Exadata is the consolidation platform for the virtualized data center • Network QOS virtualizes app access to the nearest data center Internet / WAN • VANs virtualize the network for B2B messaging • Virtual IPs used to load balance and scale web server farms • EM abstracts system management into one virtualized console Management • Grid Control virtualizes system images for rapid deployment • Virtual Iron provides mgmt capability of virtualized servers
  11. 11. Hybrid Data Center Cloud Model Load Balancer App Svr App SvrApp Svr Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder App App App Svr App Svr App Svr App App Svr App Svr COTS COTS App App App App App OVM OVM OVM DB FMW-as-a-Service DB DB DB DB DB DB DB COTS COTS OVM OVM OVM OVM Database-as-a-ServiceDedicated Exalogic Servers Infrastructure-as-a-Service Exadata Oracle Enterprise Manager and Ops Center Billing and Revenue Management
  12. 12. Cloud Services Lifecycle Business Process as a Service Cloud Data Center Load Balancer App Svr App Svr App Svr App App App Svr App Svr App Svr App App Svr App Svr COTS COTS App App App App App OVM OVM OVM DB ERP, CRM, HR, Collab, … DB DB FMW-as-a-Service User IT as a Service DB DB DB DB DB COTS COTS OVM OVM OVM OVM Database-as-a-Service Dedicated Exalogic Servers Infrastructure-as-a-Service Exadata Web applicationsService Security and Compliance Chargeback Performance, Availability, & ScalabilityRequest Databases Incident Response & Event Management Provisioning & Virtualization Servers and Storage System Management Metering & Chargeback Service Portfolio Management Provisioning SDLC IT Back Office IT Front Office IT Service Management
  13. 13. Managing the Private CloudRecommendation: ITIL-Based References •Service Portfolio Management Service Strategy •Financial Management •Service Catalog Management •Security Management Service Design •Service Level Management •Continuity, Availability, & Capacity Mgmt •Release and Deployment Management Service Transition •Asset & Configuration Management •Change Management •Incident & Problem Management •Event Management Service Operation •Service Request Management Continual Service •Service Measurement •Service Reporting Improvement
  14. 14. Business Capability Map BUSINESS CAPABILITY MAP Customer X AGENCY PMO Ops IT Staff Production Business Management Allocation / Partioning Datacenter Incident Response Analytics (BI) (Customer Allocation) Physical Space Connectivity/Delivery Service Request Power, I/O Monitor / Log Contracts (NOC) (Vendor) Financial Hardware (Budget/Procure/GL) NW Architecture Facilities (Port Dedication) SLA / Performance Reporting Capacity Utilization Backup / Archive Strategic Planning (Utility Computing) Security / Vulnerabilitly Help Desk Internal Support Ops Mgmt Event Mgmt PMO QA Lifecycle Mgmt Config/Change Mgmt (Physical & Virtual)
  15. 15. Business Process Diagram Provision Hardware Infrastructure Infrastructure Infra Mgr IT Staff Acct Mgr Architect Role Sub Architecture & Inventory Provision Transition to SLA Process Blueprint Control Environment Operations Application Document Develop Tech Verify Infra Environment Installation Service Technical Reqs Arch and BOM Availability Configuration Customer SLA & Sales Inventory Business Profile Contract Information
  16. 16. Application Diagram APPLICATION DIAGRAM Business Processes Provision Hardware Infrastructure Transition to Operations OVM Server Manager, Enterprise Manager, Billing & Revenue Management, etc Application Services Configure Mgmt QA and Configure Allocate Virtual and Monitoring Readiness Metering/ IaaS Go Live Environment tools Assessment Utilization tools Change Mgmt Accounts Receivable SLA Mgmt Information Technology Sun Servers Customer Customer Infra Sun Storage/Backup Site 1 · IaaS BOM · SLA metrics OVM, OEL, Solaris · Value-added Svcs · Billing / Payment Enterprise Mgr, Ops Ctr Site 2 Platform Data Centers
  17. 17. Information Process Flow Internal Audit/Data Sales & CFO CIO CTO CSO Governance/Owner Marketing RiskProcess Service 360-degree Inventory & Quality Risk Controls Profit / LossEnabler Portfolio Mgmt View of customer Capacity Planning Management Management Audit Service SecurityBusiness Services System Billing SLA CMDB Desk Audit ReportsInformation Purchased Utilization History History History
  18. 18. Roadmap to Enterprise Cloud Computing Public Clouds Hybrid IaaS PaaS IaaS SaaS Public Cloud Evolution PaaS SaaSPrivate Cloud Evolution Virtual Private Cloud App1 App2 App3 App1 App2 App3 App1 App2 App3 App1 App2 App3 Private PaaS Private PaaS Private PaaS Private IaaS Private IaaS Private IaaS Silo’d Grid Private Cloud Hybrid• Physical • Virtual • Self-service • Federation with• Dedicated • Shared services • Policy-based public clouds• Static • Dynamic resource mgmt • Interoperability• Heterogeneous • Standardized • Metered appliances Copyright ©2009 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
  19. 19. IT-as-a-ServiceSummary Optimized IT Core Integration LayerIT Optimization Service Group A Service Group B Service Group C Application Grid Application Grid Application Grid Data Grid Data Grid Data Grid Transitional Security Layer Pt. to Pt. Integrations Inv SFAProduct product ERP SCM productMES- DB LMS MGMT Complexity SFA-Product SFA Stage Product ERP- Stage product Dev DB- Stage B2B B2B- B2B- Stage SFA- ERP- MES- MES- Dev• Driven by Business Strategy Test Prod Stage Prod 1 Client SFAProduct product ERP SCM productMES- DB LMSInv DB- FBT PAY G NTS Product ERP- product Dev Stage MGMT TRDS Stage Customs NTS A/c Data……. Security Security Security Security Penalty RBA Def RRE Refunds IPS Integrated A/C 1 Excise Payments CCD Compliance Staff CR ECI ADD AWA ELS Staff Business Phone DDDR TASS PKI CDCC CWMS GCI Bus. Intel IVR WOC and EA Maturity Ref aterial m BOA Remote TAX Client BANK Staff Staff AGENTS Call Centres B EP• Rationalize • Business processes • IT infrastructure• Data Center and System Optimization • Rapid provisioning, automated management • Reuse and higher utilization lowers costs and increases IT agility• Shared Services/Cloud • Optimize costs • Standardize operational excellence Copyright ©2009 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
  20. 20. Key Takeaways• Enterprise Architecture (tools, frameworks, methods, best practices & processes) is key to aligning IT cloud strategy with business goals• A cloud computing strategy does not need to “boil the ocean”: you can start with building blocks like Database-as- a-Service, then Middleware-as-a-Servirce and realize immediate benefits• Cloud computing isn’t just a hardware deployment: it is about people, process, and technology• Oracle now uses use Troux to help us manage EA Deployments with our customers Copyright ©2010 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved. For Internal Use Only.
  21. 21. EA IT Optimization Critical Success Factors• Customer Sponsorship • Need a forward-thinking sponsor who is ready to transform IT• Vision • Customer has a Future State Architecture in mind• Enterprise Architecture • Customer understands the value of Enterprise Architecture• Alignment • Business and IT are willing to work together• Business Case • Customer is willing to work with us to develop a Cost Recovery Model• Journey • Customer understands that IT transformation is a journey, not a “boil the ocean approach” 21
  22. 22. OEA for CloudPeopleOracle Enterprise ArchitectsProcess &FrameworkArchitecture Development ProcessEnterprise Architecture FrameworkPortfolio EAOracle Enterprise Architecture RepositoryRepository, Services & Products The world’s largest enterprise software company.

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