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Enabling of Cloud Services to the Enterprise


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My presentation for Carrier Ethernet APAC Conference December 1st - 2nd 2011

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Enabling of Cloud Services to the Enterprise

  1. 1. Carrier Ethernet APAC 2011 Conference, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore, December 1st - 2nd 2011 Enabling of Cloud Services to the Enterprise Implementation of Carrier Ethernet in Cloud Computing Distribution Network Ahmad R. Djarkasih Senior Officer of IT Service Strategic Planning & Policy IT Solution & Strategic Portfolio Directorate PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia, Tbk.
  2. 2. Who We Are ...TELKOM is the largest full service and networkprovider in Indonesia, owned by the Government of No.1 Market leader Fixed for Fixed WirelineIndonesia 52,47% and Public 47.53% with Market (>90%) andCap c. USD 19 B. Business Fixed Wireless (59%)listed at :Indonesia Stock Exchange No.1 Market leader(IDX), New York Stock Mobile in GSM (48%) with Business Customer moreExchange (NYSE) as well as than 103 MLondon Stock Exchange (LSE)on November 14, 1995. IT Services, Market leader in:Our Revenue (2010): c.USD 7.5 B; #1 Contact Center, Media & #2 Pay TV,No of Employee : c. 27 K Edutainment #1 Data Center,(including Group) #1 Healthcare
  3. 3. Telkom Network Infrastructure Coverage Ring Aceh Ring JAKa2LaDeMa Ring MKCS Total FO Length : Total FO Length Total FO Length: Songkhla Teresterial : 920,98 Km -Submarine : 1.592 Km Submarine : 1.140 km -Terrestrial : 330 Km Terrestrial : 1.415 km SATUN BANDA ACEH TIS (Thailand) PENANG R1B R8 AAG (Hongkong, USA) Palapa 320 GB 320 GB MEULABOH MEDAN Ring 1680 5455 320 GB km km MANADO 3300 DMCS, SINGAPORE km SANGATA R1A PBR BATAM TERNATE 320 GB PADANG SAMARNDA 1320 PONTIANAK PALU PADANG SORONG km JAMBI BALIKPAPAN KETAPANG BENGKULU PKL.BUN R2 R4 FAKFAK JAYAPURA 100 GB PALEMBANG 320 GB PAREPARE BATURAJA 2194 1240 R7 BANJARMASIN AMBON km 80 GB TIMIKA km BDR LAMPUNG 1926 JAKARTA MAKASAR R3 SEMARANG km 320 GB 2540 SURABAYA BANDUNG DENPASAR km ENDE DLI MERAUKE R5 MATARAM R6 WAINGAPU KUPANG 400 GB 400 GB 1330 R9 1560 MKCS km 320 GB km 320 GB 970 km 2130 Total Population : 243 Million km Around 17 000 Islands In Operation Planing TELKOM 2011-2014
  4. 4. Cloud Computing : Simply Explained … VS
  5. 5. Focus On The Consumption Aspect … The Electric Utility Disruption The Cloud Computing Disruption Same shift in computing: a focus on how to Self Generated use IT, not create it. 70+% of $1T of IT spend will be affected Electric Utility 2M paid subscribers. 70K+ companies 10M+ apps users.• Companies shifted to 90% utility 3,000 new businesses power in < 50 years sign up per day• Electricity remained important to companies– focus was on how to use, not how to make 490,000 active developers 52B objects on S3Source: Nick Carr, ‘The Big Switch’
  6. 6. Cloud Computing Definition Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of On-Demand configurable computing resources Self-Service (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can Measured Broad Network be rapidly provisioned and Service Essential Access released with minimal management Essential Characterist effort or service provider ics Characteristics interaction. This cloud model promotes availability and is composed of 5 essential Rapid Resource characteristics, 3 service Elasticity Pooling models, and 3 deployment models. Accessible & Managed By Owned By Located In Consumed By Public 3rd Party Provider 3rd Party Provider Off-Premise Untrusted Private / Organization / Organization / On-Premise / Trusted Community 3rd Party Provider 3rd Party Provider Off-Premise Organization & Organization & On-Premise & Trusted & Hybrid 3rd Party Provider 3rd Party Provider Off-Premise Untrusted Service Models Deployment ModelsReferences : National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  7. 7. Service Models Explained Cost Efficiency Managed by Customer Applications Applications Applications Business / Retail Data Data DataEnterprise Runtime Runtime Runtime Middleware Middleware Middleware O/S O/S O/S Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization Server Server Server Storage Storage Storage Network Network Network Managed by Cloud Provider IaaS PaaS SaaS Degree of Control
  8. 8. Cost Efficient by Definition … Self provisioning reduce fulfillment cost On- Demand Self-Services Easy to use 3 screens Utility Billing Interface reduce Broad Measured learning curve, Enable Capex to Cloud Network Service Standardized Network Opex Conversion Computing Access Characteristics to further ease the Implementation effort Rapid Resource Elasticity Pooling Rapid / dynamic provisioning Resource sharing remove unutilized resources reduce Infrastructures costReferences : National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  9. 9. Network Implications Measured Network & Bandwidth on Performance Demand On- Usage Demand Self- Services Rapid Measured Broad Provisioning of Network Dynamically Standardized Service Access Cloud Computing Characteristics requires Allocated Services Network Resources Rapid Resource Elasticity Pooling High Degree Security in of Network Infrastructure Layer SharingReferences : National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
  10. 10. Enterprise Network Requirement Consist of many Distributed into heteregenous branches and / or Different system regional offices Network Network Level Class of Security Enterprise IT Services Characteristic requires Has stringent Deals with security dynamic business Regional and/or requirements requirements National Coverage
  11. 11. Enterprise Cloud ComputingNetwork Check List  Bandwidth on Demand  Standardized Network Services  Network Security  Infrastructure Sharing  Rapid & Dynamic Provisioning  Usage & Performance Monitoring  Wide Coverage  Different Bandwidth & SLA Options
  12. 12. Public Cloud Computing Network Configuration Final Score : Bandwidth on Demand Standardized Network Services Network Security Infrastructure Sharing Rapid & Dynamic Provisioning Usage & Performance MonitoringLegend : Wide Coverage Different Bandwidth & SLA Optionsvery very good fair badgood bad
  13. 13. Cloud Adoption Concerns Immature technology 10% Lack of functionalities 15% Lack of performance 20% Insufficient financial benefits 24% Vendor lock-in 25% Insecure availability 25% Integration issues 40% Privacy issues 50% COmpliance issues 50% Legal issues 51% Security issues 78% What is your company main concern not to implement Cloud Computing ?References : KPMG’s 2010 Cloud Computing Survey, N = 125
  14. 14. How Carrier Ethernet Can Help ? Wide range of granular • E-Line : p2p EVC Bandwidth & QoS Options • E-LAN :m2m EVC Quality of Standardized Service Services • Interface : from 10 Service Mbps to 10 Gbps utilizes Scalability Management • Bandwidth onstandards-based vendor Demand independent tools • Coverage Reliability Fast recovery Time ( < 50 msec)
  15. 15. Carrier Ethernet To The Rescue … Bandwidth on Demand Final Score : Standardized Network Services Network Security Infrastructure Sharing Rapid & Dynamic Provisioning Usage & Performance MonitoringLegend : Wide Coverage Different Bandwidth & SLA Optionsvery very good fair badgood bad
  16. 16. In Conclusion …Carrier Ethernet is the suitable technology that will enable the utilization ofCloud Computing Services for enterprise customer by : • Enabling network virtualization regardless the actual Standardized transport technology used. Services • Potentially increasing overall cost efficiency. • Guaranteeing security down to network layer. • Enabling quick provisioning & modification time. • Providing the foundation for network pay-per-used Scalability models. • Enabling wide coverage of network implementation. Reliability • Providing the foundation for HA systems. • Providing standardized tool for measurement of both Service service usage & performance. Management • Enabling tight integration into one back office system that cover network & cloud system. • Covering a wide varietiy of different Cloud Services Quality of requirements. Service • Providing a good foundation for more granular SLA definition.
  17. 17. Merci Bien Matur Nuwun Hatur Nuhun спасибо Obrigadi Dank ThanksMatur Se Kelangkong Syukron ありがとう Kheili Mamnun Danke Grazias Terima Kasih