Einführung in die Cloud-Technologie

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Einführung in die Cloud-Technologie

  1. 1. What we do Cloud ? Cloud ! Thomas Stossberg Sales Director Cloud Services NTT Communications thomas.stossberg@ntt.eu
  2. 2. What is NTT?
  3. 3. Business Group MobileRegional Regional IT infrastructure and services System Integration Global Cloud / Global Hosting / Global Network
  4. 4. NTT Group at a Glance $130 billion total revenue 225,000 employed worldwide World#1 Telco in revenue 160 Network coverage in countries & regions 80% choose NTT Group of Fortune Global 100 69Direct presence in countries & regions
  5. 5. NTT Group at a glance 5 All facts and figures accurate as of March 2012 Countries 20 Data Centers 18 Employees 20,000 APAC Countries 1 Data Centers 176 Employees 180,000 JAPAN Countries 69 Data Centers 221 Employees 225,000 TOTAL Countries 42 Data Centers 20 Employees 16,000 EMEA Countries 6 Data Centers 7 Employees 9,000 AMERICAS
  6. 6. 6,000Research & Development staff Global Leading R&D Investment to support our clients Investing $3.5billion annually Global Innovators Thomson Reuters 100TOP
  7. 7. What Is Cloud
  8. 8. NIST(National Institute of Standards and Technology) After many years and 15 drafts…
  9. 9. NIST • On-demand self-service • Network Access • Resource Pooling • Elastic • Metered
  10. 10. NIST “On-demand 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 of service provider interaction.”
  11. 11. NIST Service models • Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS) • Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS) • Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
  12. 12. Cloud Computing Service Models Software as a Service Platform as a Service Infrastructure as a Service Applications built by the cloud consumers Services provided by the cloud
  13. 13. Cloud Computing Service Models - Emerging . . . XaaS – Everything as a Service SaaS – Software as a Service BPaaS – Business Process as a Service PaaS – Platform as a Service APaaS – Application Platform as a Service AIaaS – Application Infrastructure as a Service IaaS – Infrastructure as a Service DaaS – Desktop as a Service NaaS – Network as a Service CaaS – Communication as a Service
  14. 14. NIST Deployment models • Private Cloud • Community Cloud • Public Cloud • Hybrid Cloud
  15. 15. Types of Cloud Computing  Owned and operated by one organization  services generally offered to their internal users  Owned and operated by 2 or more organizations of a specific community  Composition of two or more clouds (public, private, community)  Owned and operated by one organization  services offered to the general public Public Cloud Hybrid Cloud Community Cloud Private Cloud
  16. 16. Categories of Cloud Computing Testing as a Service Management / Governance as a Service Application as a Service Process as a Service Information as a Service Database as a Service Storage as a Service Infrastructure as a Service PlatformasaService SecurityasaService IntegrationasaService
  17. 17. Automated Industrialised Virtualisation Corporate Data Centre Service Provider Data Centre Public & Private Networks Create a connected world
  18. 18. What we do Cloud Promises
  19. 19. Agility
  20. 20. Financial Alignment
  21. 21. Focus
  22. 22. Cloud Utopia
  23. 23. Define Upload Run
  24. 24. Where Is My Data?
  25. 25. What we do The Real World of Cloud
  26. 26. IaaS + CorpDC Managed Hosting Colocation Network Services
  27. 27. Analyse Rationalise Re-Architect
  28. 28. The 1000 mile journey begins with a single step.
  29. 29. What we do The Cloud Vision
  30. 30. 31
  31. 31. Cloud Migration Business Process Re-engineering Consulting, Assessment Based Selling Professional Services Flexible enterprise solutions that combine technology layers into a managed infrastructure EXISTING DISPARATE SYSTEMS DEVICES APPLICATIONS ICT INFRASTRUCTURE NETWORKS AND DATA CENTERS FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS ACROSS ALL ICT LAYERS COMBINED INTO A MANAGED INFRASTRUCTURE END DEVICES DESKTOPBYODMOBILE • Regular security audits • Application monitoring and management • User performance/ experience monitoring • Global management • 24x7 managed NW security services • Backup and recovery • Monthly vulnerability scans of hosts MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS SECURITYSaaSApp on SaaS ICT INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITYIaaSPaaS (Private / Public / Hybrid) NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE GLOBAL NETWORK DATA CENTERS ERP
  32. 32. Interwork Virtualized Network Cloud Platform (Virtualized Servers) Cloud Platform (Virtualized Servers) Inter-Data Center Virtualized NW Transport Network Virtualized Network Network Controller Inter-Data Centers Scale out Cloud Controller Software Defined Network Technology - SDN
  33. 33. Europe Japan US Hong Kong Virtualized Network Virtualized Servers Data Centre Virtualized Network Virtualized Data Centre Virtualized Servers Data Centre Virtualized Network Virtualized Servers Data Centre Virtualized Network Virtualized Servers Data Centre Virtualized Network Virtualized Servers Data Centre Virtualized NetworkSingapore Software Defined Network Technology - SDN
  34. 34. Copyright © 2012 NTT Communications 35
  35. 35. Global Enterprise Cloud – built with SDN
  36. 36. Agility Alignment Focus
  37. 37. Thank you.

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