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Open Group Conference Csi V5.1

  1. 1. CSI “Reloaded”: Cloud Scene Investigation Enrico Boverino Executive Strategist CA Technologies
  2. 2. CLOUD COMPUTING TRACK > Today Takeaways Key Use Cases for adopting and managing Cloud Computing Evaluating Architecture Solutions in the Cloud Hopefully Cloud Computing better understanding 2
  3. 3. Practical Innovation “If I have seen farther than others, it is because I have stood on the shoulders of giants.” Sir Isaac Newton 3
  4. 4. The “Giants” Hardware & Storage Virtualization Network - Terabytes of RAM for server – Hardware – Ethernet speed 100 GB/s - High Density processors – Desktop – Terabit in2015 - Portable Data Centers – Platforms – Wireless - Mainframe – Software – Content Distribution – New File Systems Networks (CDN) - Unforeseen amount of data – Just a Bunch Of Disk (JBOD) – Web Services, SOA - Cost of Terabytes – Abstraction – AJAX, Flash, Mashups, etc - SAN, Flash Memory - De-duplication > Software Designed for purpose > New Business Models > …and most of all, new players! 4
  5. 5. We’re all Service Providers now… End Users The “broker” to help “The Business” to determine the best Business Owners way to run their service Customers CIO Primary CIO Business Activities Internal Service Service Providers Operations External Service Providers 5
  6. 6. We can’t ignore what we learned so far ® Standardization - Terminology ITIL Metrics – Transparency Service-centric ITIL® is a registered trademark and a registered community trademark of the UK Office of Government and Commerce (OGC) and is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
  7. 7. Maturity for Cloud-Services Delivery … Cloud Services Agile Development Balanced Scorecard Cloud Community Transformation Accelerators … PMO ITIL CMMI Identity Management Service Portfolio Management 7
  8. 8. Where is the Value? > provide IT capability that enables aggressive change New Metrics that can affect Income Statements IT Costs IT Execution 8
  9. 9. “Live your Cloud” - Agility Discover and Resolve Business Issues Respond rapidly to Business Changes (DC – Geos - Resources) > Integrate Cloud and non-Cloud Services Supplier Management Portfolio Analysis Follow Industry Standards Cloudbursting 9
  10. 10. “Live your Cloud” - Security Adhere to Regulatory laws and Standards Secure Data and Services > Identity Forwarding in the Cloud Create Digital Trust with stronger Identities Access Control Data Protection Prove Compliance to Regulations 10
  11. 11. “Live your Cloud” - Economics Automate Processes and Tasks Implement integrated technology solutions > Automate Provisioning Processes for Physical, Virtual & External Resources Self- Service Request system Approval enforcement Dynamic scaling based on alerts and policies De-Provisioning 11
  12. 12. “Live your Cloud” - Quality Deliver expected levels of Services (SLA + OLA) Increase End User Satisfaction > Multi-Source Service Level Management Data aggregation from Providers Service “Showback” Model-based discovery and monitoring Continual Service Improvement . 12
  13. 13. “Live your Cloud” - Innovation Take advantage of latest technology Introduce new Services and Functions > Application ABSTRACTION Model – Assemble - Deploy – Manage Define reusable templates in “App Store” Cloning Create uniform resource pool all apps run on best-of-class / best-value hardware Disposable grid of commodity Servers 13
  14. 14. An Emerging Capability – Cloud Management Existing IT disciplines can deliver cloud benefits... Virtualization End-to-End Management Service Monitoring Automation Service Level Service Catalog/ Management Self-Service Identity Federation/ Cost/Consumption Single Sign-On Transparency Agile Change & Development Configuration Service Portfolio Management … and more 14
  15. 15. Architect your Cloud 15
  16. 16. IT Economics in the Cloud > Shift from Capex to Opex > Matching Investments with Returns and Growth > True Operational Cost per Unit Hardware, Software, Facilities, Administrators > Vendor Relationship Expenses > Match Supply with Demand to increase REVENUE & PROFIT New Products-Services Handle peaks Reduce over-capacity expenditures 16
  17. 17. Service Modeling -> Cloud IT Business Transaction Business Process Orchestration Business Service (BPaaS) IT Service Application SaaS (SaaS) Applications Platform PaaS (PaaS) “Middleware” Hardware IaaS Infrastructure Storage (IaaS) Network/Facilities
  18. 18. Houston, we have a problem… > The possible combinations are endless… Deploy current internet apps using IaaS Rebuild current internet apps using PaaS Select ready made SaaS offerings to replace current apps Build new customer internet apps using PaaS Allow for employees to use “their own” equipment Open in-house applications to cloud aggregators … 18
  19. 19. Services in the Cloud BPaaS > Any part of a Business Transaction Business Service can be consumed from the Cloud IT Service SaaS > “Higher” you go Applications Simplification of management PaaS Acceptance provider’s choice “Middleware” Hardware IaaS > “Lower” you go Uniqueness of choice Storage Processes + Resources needs Network/Facilities
  20. 20. Cloud Deployment methods PRIVATE PUBLIC COMMUNITY HYBRID > *aaS can be deployed in different “Clouds” > Going Right Agility, Early Adopters Architectural complexity (Security, Data, Transition) > Going Left Experience, Maturity Cloud Management capabilities 20
  21. 21. Steps towards Cloud Computing Application-Service Build for competitive advantage, consume the Portfolio rest from the Cloud (unless you can do better) Work to free up management resources and *aaS Choice manage peak loads Design horizontally scalable applications Analyze and Test Vendor’s solutions Cloud Deployment Focus on regulatory requirements Cloud Management Solutions Virtualization, Assurance, Automation, Security 21
  22. 22. Expected Cloud adoption? Years from now Enterprise Operations Corporate DC for DR External Triggers Short Term Data Standards NON Core Apps Regulations Core Apps Internal Security trust Cloud for DR Delivery Confidence Dummy Data “Main Street” Vendors Development Test - Beta
  23. 23. Cloud Computing: > Running IT in a Cloud model + Re-purposed Pool of resource Re- + Scalable + Elastic + Self Service enabled + Charge Back metered usage + Web Enabled = The “IT Light Switch” Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. —NIST 23
  24. 24. …and no black Clouds Thank You