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Cloud Computing in Education

  1. 1. © 2013 IBM CorporationCloud Computing in Education
  2. 2. © 2013 IBM CorporationAgendaCloud Computing Approach in EducationDeployment Model & Cloud PatternsIBM Cloud Solution OfferingMobile platformQ&A
  3. 3. © 2013 IBM CorporationGrowing customer pains & increased time to marketAvg. lead time to get new application up – 4 to 6 monthsDelay caused by approvals, procurement, shipment, HWinstallation, license procurement, OS installation, applicationinstallation, configurationBugs are introduced by inconsistent configurations – 30%Often most difficult variety of bugs detected during the movefrom development to QA or productionSetting up an environment is expensive and hence there isan incentive to hold onto it – even when no longer needed“just in case.”Slow down in technology adoptionFuture environments costs new hardware, instead ofrecycling returned hardware – costing time and money3Creation of middlewareinfrastructure takes too longManual or semi-automatedefforts are error-pronePoor resource utilization resultsin increased cost of labor andhardware
  4. 4. © 2013 IBM Corporation4EducationNeedsOur ValuePropositionSolutionComponentsSmarterClassroomAnalytics of alignedstudent data forimproved outcomesOpen educationresources and tools forpersonalized learningand teachingEducation QualityAccess to LearningEnabling StudentSuccess and SkillsData analytics and toolsfor institutionalperformance and assetmanagementRedesigned businessprocesses and openstandards forinteroperabilitySmartAdministrationReducing CostsImproving EfficienciesOptimizing EducationalSystem OperationsInnovationin ResearchWorld class highperformancecomputing tools andinfrastructureAligning researchinitiatives to supporteconomic recoveryand sustainabilityAccelerating ScientificDiscoveriesEconomic Valuethrough InnovationLearning DiscoveringManagingCloud ComputingOpen Platforms Shared ServicesCommonInfrastructureComponentsEducation leaders are focusing on three aspects for criticalimprovements in education and its contribution to society.Accelerate researchdiscovery and innovationcapabilitiesImprove teachingeffectiveness and studentoutcomesMaximize operationalefficiency & effectiveness
  5. 5. © 2013 IBM CorporationAgendaCloud Computing Approach in EducationDeployment Model & Cloud PatternsIBM Cloud Solution OfferingMobile platformQ&A
  6. 6. © 2013 IBM CorporationWhat is cloud computing?Cloud computing is a style of computing in which business processes, applications,data, and IT resources are provided as Services to usersReducedCostVIRTUALIZATION STANDARDIZATION AUTOMATIONPublic cloudPrivate cloudCloudConsumersAccessServicesHybrid CloudsPrivate CloudsPublic CloudsCombine elements of public and private cloudsCustomer IT buys the capability to deliver cloudservices within the enterpriseCustomer rents the capabilityCLOUD MODELSA user experience & business model• Standardized, self service offerings• Rapidly provisioned services• Flexibly pricedScalable & cost efficient IT• Virtualized resources• Managed as a single large resource• Delivered services with elastic scalingBusiness Perspective IT Perspective
  7. 7. © 2013 IBM CorporationSự khác biệt của mô hình ĐTĐM?Đám mâyTruyền thốngTài nguyên ảo hóaQuản lý dịch vụ tự độngDịch vụ chuẩn hóaĐộc lập với vị tríMở rộng nhanh chóngTự phục vụSoftwareHardwareStorageNetworkingSoftwareHardwareStorageNetworkingSoftwareHardwareStorageNetworkingNote: Elements of cloud computing taken from NIST, Gartner, Forrester and IDC cloud computing definitions
  8. 8. © 2013 IBM CorporationApplication LayerHypervisor LayerOperating System LayerVirtual File System LayerVolume Controller LayerPhysical LayerVirtual Network LayerVirtual Runtime LayerOperating SystemHypervisorVirtual MachineVolume ControllerNetwork End-pointGrid SchedulerVirtual DiskVirtual Data LayerServerVirtualizationNetworkVirtualizationWorkloadVirtualizationGrid MiddlewareStorageVirtualizationInformationVirtualizationProvisioningManagementOrchestrationManagement LayerTừ ảo hóa đến đám mây hóa
  9. 9. © 2013 IBM Corporation9Cloud ServicesCloud ComputingModelWhat Cloud Computing means for Education?Self ServiceVirtualizationStandardizationA user experience and a business modelStandardized offeringsRapidly provisionedFlexibly pricedVirtualized resourcesManaged as a single large resourceDelivering services with elastic scalingIn Education, Cloud is driven by:Self-ServiceEconomies of ScaleTechnology AdvancementAn infrastructure management andservices delivery method
  10. 10. © 2013 IBM Corporation10Centralized InfrastructureNetwork Servicesprovide high speedconnectivity betweenthin clients and serversIntegrated Portalprovides consolidatedaccess to applicationsand contentVIRTUALIZED DESKTOP SERVICESStudents, Faculty, Teachers and StaffPublic InfrastructureIBMPublic CloudsLegacy Desktop ServicesOpen Education ResourcesWeb Services fromIBM and others forcollaboration andproductivityClassrooms, labs andmobile access builtaround virtualdesktopsThin Clients andMobile Devices allowevery user to accessservices easilyVirtualized CloudServices centrallysupports a distributedset of campuses andclassroomsIBM hosted deliveryas an optionOpen SourceeLearning &ePortfoliosCourseware, Contentand ServicesBusiness Analyticsprovides insights onstudent performanceVirtualized computerresources of legacydesktop applicationsand services, usingOpen Source tolower costs.Cloud Computing Components for EducationOn Demand WorkplaceINFORMATION ON DEMANDBROADBAND INFRASTRUCTUREIndustry Standard Framework AdministrativeServices provide formanagement ofresources and assetsto support learning
  11. 11. © 2013 IBM CorporationIaaS: Cut ITexpense, reducerisk andcomplexitythrough a cloudenabled datacenterPaaS: Acceleratetime to market withcloud platformservicesSaaS: Gainimmediateaccess withbusinesssolutions oncloudInnovatebusinessmodels bybecoming acloud serviceproviderCloud adoption patterns are emerging backed by proven bestpractices
  12. 12. © 2013 IBM Corporation12Cloud Computing in System view IT CostVisibility &OptimizationTraditionalOn-PremisesInfrastructureas a ServicePlatformas a ServiceSoftwareas a Servicein-house managementCustomization, higher costs, slower time to valueStandardization; lower costs; faster time to valueApplication resources vendor managesNetworkingStorageServersVirtualizationO/SMiddlewareRuntimeDataApplicationsNetworkingStorageServersVirtualizationO/SMiddlewareRuntimeDataApplicationsNetworkingStorageServersVirtualizationO/SMiddlewareRuntimeDataApplicationsNetworkingStorageServersVirtualizationO/SMiddlewareRuntimeDataApplicationsCloudinstanceApplicationdecoupleCloudinstanceCloudinstance
  13. 13. © 2013 IBM Corporation13AgendaCloud Computing Approach in EducationDeployment Model & Cloud PatternsIBM Cloud Solution OfferingMobile platformQ&A
  14. 14. © 2013 IBM Corporation14A next generation infrastructure powered by IBM SmartCloudis fundamentalDeployDesignBusiness Process as a ServiceSoftware as a ServicePlatform as a ServiceInfrastructure as a ServiceConsumeEnables private/hybrid cloud servicedelivery and managementCloud EnablementTechnologiesSecure and scalable cloud managedservices platformManaged CloudServicesPre-built Cloud SaaS businessapplications and solutionsCloud BusinessSolutionsCommon Cloud Management Services built on an open standards reference model
  15. 15. © 2013 IBM Corporation15SmartCloud Foundation• A comprehensive set of offeringsfor enabling Cloud infrastructures• Optimized for progressive patternsof adoption adapting existinginfrastructures into the Cloud• Supports heterogeneous server,networking, storage & middleware• Capabilities designed to interoperatebased on a common open standardsCloud reference modelPlatform as a Service TechnologiesInfrastructure as a Service TechnologiesInfrastructure UsagePerformanceManagement SecurityLifecycle Resources Environments Management IntegrationDeployCloudplatformsinto yourexistinginfrastructure
  16. 16. © 2013 IBM Corporation16Platform as a Service TechnologiesInfrastructure as a Service TechnologiesInfrastructurePlatformUsage andAccountingAvailability andPerformanceManagementand AdministrationSecurity andComplianceApplicationLifecycleApplicationResourcesApplicationEnvironmentsApplicationManagementIntegrationFoundationAUTOMATEAUTOMATEAutomated provisioning designed forcloud with parallel scalability andintegrated fault toleranceAdvanced image lifecycle managementand analyticsStandardized middleware andapplication deploymentsBasic cloud functionsincluding intuitive selfservice interface,administration, andinfrastructure managementdesigned for cloudOPTIMIZEOPTIMIZEIBM Cloud Management Software is evolving to a simpler,integrated offering structureORCHESTRATEORCHESTRATEAdvanced cloud delivery includingservice orchestration, runbookautomation, monitoring, usage andaccountingSmartCloud EntrySmartCloud Provisioning SmartCloud Orchestrator
  17. 17. © 2013 IBM Corporation17Cloud Enabled Data CenterCloud Enabled Data CenterVirtualization OptimizationVirtualization OptimizationAutomate OptimizedWorkloadsAutomate OptimizedWorkloadsAutomate IT DeliveryAutomate IT DeliverySmartCloud EntryAutomate IT DeliverySmartCloud EntryAutomate IT DeliveryCustomer integratedhardwareFactory Integrated& Optimized by IBMBundle OptionOffers a range of entry points, control and integrated valueSupports existing and new infrastructure investmentsDelivers application & middleware pattern portabilityLEGENDSmartCloud ProvisioningAutomate OptimizedWorkloadsSmartCloud ProvisioningAutomate OptimizedWorkloadsSmartCloud OrchestratorOrchestrate Services across multiple environments and domainsSmartCloud OrchestratorOrchestrate Services across multiple environments and domainsPureFlex SystemSmartCloud ProvisioningAutomate OptimizedWorkloadsSmartCloud ProvisioningAutomate OptimizedWorkloadsPureApplication SystemSmartCloudFoundation OfferingSmartCloudFoundation OfferingSmartCloud EntryAutomate IT DeliverySmartCloud EntryAutomate IT DeliveryPure Systems and Cloud ManagementCIMI & OVF TOSCA CCRA OSLC
  18. 18. © 2013 IBM CorporationCloud Deployment Offering OptionsNew/ExistingHardwareInfrastructure:SupportedHypervisorsSmartCloudProvisioning &Managementx86 Unix MainframeIBMPureFlexSystemVMWare, KVM,HyperV,PowerVM zVMCloud Service Delivery (e.g. SC Entry, Provisioning, ISDM Portfolio)Service CatalogMiddleware and DBProvisioningHealth and UsageMonitoringMetering andChargebackAdvancedApplicationPatternProvisioningWorkflow EngineApprovals andNotificationsReporting forCapacity PlanningServer, Storage andNetwork ProvisioningApplication & Workload Deployment (e.g. IBM Workload Deployer)Pre-built ApplicationTemplatesApplication PatternDeploymentDynamic sizingbased on demandSystem Director, VMControl, etcSystemManagementMiddleware and Database PackagesHardware and Software IntegrationSystem Configuration and OptimizationCustomerProvidedCapabilitiesPrivate CloudIBM Hosted& ManagedWe Offer Deployment ChoicesVirtualized InfrastructureInfrastructure aaS (IaaS)Platform aaS (PaaS)
  19. 19. © 2013 IBM Corporation19FlexTraditionalOn-PremisesInfrastructureas a ServicePlatformas a ServiceSoftwareas a ServiceCustomization, higher costs, slower time to valueStandardization; lower costs; faster time to valueIBM offers end-to-end solutions enabling clients’IT cost visibility and systems managementoptimization – Cloud in The BoxNetworkingStorageServersVirtualizationO/SMiddlewareRuntimeDataApplicationsNetworkingStorageServersVirtualizationO/SMiddlewareRuntimeDataApplicationsNetworkingStorageServersVirtualizationO/SMiddlewareRuntimeDataApplicationsNetworkingStorageServersVirtualizationO/SMiddlewareRuntimeDataApplicationsIT CostVisibility &OptimizationIBM PureApp &PureDataIBM Flex SystemIBM PureFlexIBM PureApp &PureData
  20. 20. © 2013 IBM Corporation20AgendaCloud Computing Approach in EducationDeployment Model & Cloud PatternsIBM Cloud Solution OfferingMobile platformQ&A
  21. 21. © 2013 IBM Corporation21Mobile – The next step in the evolution of computing21Host/MainframeClient/ServerWeb/DesktopMobile/Wireless/CloudMobile is different:• Transformational business models• Faster lifecycles• More iterative• More environments to support• New security threats• Lack of standardization
  22. 22. © 2013 IBM Corporation22A complete enterprise framework for mobile computing22Security Gateway(WebSphere DataPower)RationalCollaborativeLifecycleManagementWebSphere Application ServerEnterprise AppsSOA & Connectivity(WebSphere Message Broker, WebSphere MQ (MQTT), WebSphere Cast Iron, WebSphere Services Registry and Repository)IBM EndpointManager for MobileDevices (Tivoli)WebSphereOperational DecisionManagementIBM Business ProcessManagementMobile App Platform(IBM Worklight)Elastic Caching(WebSphere eXtreme Scale /WebSphere DataPower XC10)Analytics
  23. 23. © 2013 IBM Corporation23Worklight : a privately held company based in Tel Aviv and New York thatprovides a leading open standards based mobile application platform forsmartphones and tablets letting you build and iterate mobile apps quicklyIBM and Worklight Together: With the combination of existing portfoliocapabilities in Mobile Device Management, Mobile Web ApplicationDevelopment, Integration, Collaborative Tools and Mobile strategy, planning,implementation, and hosting services, with the acquisition of Worklight, IBM cannow offer a complete end-to-end solution to enterprises looking to capitalize onthe rapidly expanding mobile market.Jan 2012: IBM announces the intent to acquire Worklight to extend our enterprisemobile capabilities23
  24. 24. © 2013 IBM Corporation24Compatible with prominentHTML5 libraries and tools:Worklight provides an open and extensive mobile development environmentApp development usingnative and/or familiar webtechnologies:•HTML5•CSS3•JavaScriptApp delivery in variety offorms:•Mobile Web app•Hybrid app•NativeApache Cordova24
  25. 25. © 2013 IBM Corporation25Question ?
  26. 26. © 2013 IBM CorporationThank you!