ProfitBricks-cloud-computing-2.0-webinar 5-1-13

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Learn more about how IaaS is changing and our experts will provide you with the tools you need to evaluate providers and distinguish between 1st and 2nd generation Cloud offerings. Whether you currently host applications in the Cloud or are considering a transition to cloud infrastucture, the special program will have something for you:
•IaaS history
•IaaS Today
•Marketplace and offerings overview
•What's wrong with IaaS and why are 80% of servers still being hugged
•Performance
•Lack of transparency in packaging and pricing
•Dev-only API first approach

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  • Let’s consider two types of performance, starting with raw performanceYou can of course find reasonable raw performance with first generation clouds but when performance gets bumpy, some use throttling helps some; hurts others; getting what you pay for?However, for high-end performance needs, look at second generation clouds some first gen clouds w/ 1G LANs again more focus on scaling out to achieve performance fewer choices on the scale up side (cores, RAM)
  • First generation clouds have not fully conquered multi-tenancy tenants share everything: CPU, RAM why shouldn’t tenants get their own resources that they can count on?Performance can vary quite dramatically based on the activities of other tenantsThis impact can be felt in all areas of the cloud Servers – noisy neighbors, overbooking clouds Storage – shared storage has challenges with SAN controllers; customer pays or provider pays Network – 1Gbps DC LANs are too common; 10Gbps is much better – can depend on design; everything rides on the network; when it goes bad, so does everything elseThings needed for consistent performance include: greater isolation on servers higher and consistent IOPs on storage; even guaranteed higher throughput, lower latency on network
  • ProfitBricks-cloud-computing-2.0-webinar 5-1-13

    1. 1. Cloud Computing IaaS 2.0ProfitBricks 30-Minute Webinar Series
    2. 2. WELCOMECloud Computing 2.0• Welcome to the ProfitBricks 30 Minute Webinar!• Today’s Program:• “Cloud Computing 2.0 is Here and What You Need to Know”• History of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)• How IaaS is Changing• What organizations need to evaluate to distinguish between 1st and 2ndgeneration cloud offeringsBob RizikaCEOProfitBricks USA@rrizikaPete JohnsonPlatform EvangelistProfitBricks@nerdguruPaul BurnsPresidentNeovise@neovise
    3. 3. Are we ready?3 May 1st, 2013
    4. 4. 6 Reasons for IaaS2.01. Scale2. Performance3. Flexibility4. Integration5. Usability6. Components4 May 1st, 2013
    5. 5. 1. Scale5 May 1st, 2013
    6. 6. 2. Performancea) raw performance!6 May 1st, 2013
    7. 7. 2. Performanceb) consistentperformance7 May 1st, 2013
    8. 8. 3. Flexibility8 May 1st, 2013
    9. 9. 4. Integration9 May 1st, 2013
    10. 10. 5. Usability10 May 1st, 2013
    11. 11. 6. Components11 May 1st, 2013
    12. 12. PROFITBRICKS IS CLOUD COMPUTING 2.0Cloud 1.0 Architecture Born from dedicated servers & VPS Server based, over subscribed Designed around slow Ethernetnetwork technology – 1 or 10 Gb/s andoften throttledCloud 2.0 ArchitectureCloud Computing 2.012InfiniBandDedicatedCPU CoresDedicatedRAMRedundantStorage x280 Gb/s 80 Gb/s 80 Gb/s
    13. 13. THE ARGUMENT FOR PUBLIC CLOUDCloud Computing 2.013Source: http://www.chades.net
    14. 14. ZOOM IN & THE STORY CHANGESCloud Computing 2.0144 CPU6 CPU7 CPU8 CPU5 CPUHour#1DemandAmazonProfitBricksHour#2Hour#33 CPU
    15. 15. Cloud Computing 2.0154 CPU6 CPU7 CPU8 CPU5 CPUHour#1DemandAmazonProfitBricksHour#2Hour#33 CPUHorizontal Scale OnlyZOOM IN & THE STORY CHANGES
    16. 16. EXAMPLE PACKAGINGCloud Computing 2.016Suppose you needed 1 CPU core, 2 GB RAM, 50 GB HDDSource:
    17. 17. Cloud Computing 2.0174 CPU6 CPU7 CPU8 CPU5 CPUHour#1DemandAmazonProfitBricksHour#2Hour#33 CPUHorizontal Scale OnlyHorizontalor VerticalScaleZOOM IN & THE STORY CHANGES
    18. 18. CLOUD 1.0 VS CLOUD COMPUTING 2.0Cloud Computing 2.018Cloud Computing 1.0 Cloud Computing 2.0Amazon & TraditionalHosting ProvidersNOT FLEXIBLEFLEXIBLE• Custom Instance Size• Network Design FreedomNOT FASTNOT EASY TO USELIMITED SCALABILITYCOMPLEX BILLINGFAST• 80 Gb/s Networking• Guaranteed CPU Cores and RAM• No over provisioning or throttlingEASY TO USE• Drag & Drop Deployments• Full APIFULLY SCALABLE• Live Vertical Scaling without a Reboot• Horizontal or VerticalSIMPLE BILLING
    19. 19. DATA CENTER DESIGNERCloud Computing 2.019
    20. 20. YOU CHOOSE CORES + RAMCloud Computing 2.020Data Center Designerzoom in
    21. 21. SIMPLE TRANSPARENT BILLINGCloud Computing 2.021Sample Configuration 1Sample Configuration 2Sample Configuration 31 CPU Cores1.17 GB RAM160 GB StorageRackspace ProfitBricks SAVE$0.14/hr $0.10/hr. 27%CPU1 Core5¢/HourTraffic1 GB Traffic8¢/GBStorage1 GB Storage9¢/30 DaysRAM1 GB RAM1.5¢/Hour4 CPU Cores16 GB RAM1690 GB StorageRackspace ProfitBricks SAVE$1.12/hr $.64/hr. 43%4 CPU Cores34.2 GB RAM850 GB StorageRackspace ProfitBricks SAVENA $0.82/hr. 31%
    22. 22. Q&ACloud Computing 2.022
    23. 23. THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING!Cloud Computing 2.0• ProfitBricks will send you a link to download Paul’swhite paper:“Second-Generation Cloud Computing – IaaS Services:What it means and why we need it now”Bob RizikaCEOProfitBricks USAPete JohnsonPlatform EvangelistProfitBricksPaul BurnsPresidentNeoviseConnect with ProfitBricks on:@ProfitBricksUSAProfitBricksUSProfitBricks

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