Padmasree Warrior - Enterprise Architecture 2009


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Padmasree Warrior - Enterprise Architecture 2009

  1. 1. September 10, 2009
  2. 2. Government CIO Priorities Evolution of the Internet Unified Computing and Cloud Computing Discussion: Trust, Security and the Cloud Model
  3. 3. Government CIO “Balancing Act” Expand services for Control IT citizens, stakeholders operating costs Focus on internal Drive inter-agency agency operations interoperability Hire & Retain Manage budget top talent pressures Open public Ensure security access to and privacy information
  4. 4. Where is IT’s Greatest Impact on Government? Federal CIO Survey Question: Where will investments in technology have the greatest impact on the performance of government? Cross-Agency Information Critical Government Transparent, Information Security Infrastructure Management Citizen-Centric Sharing and and Privacy Sustainability Government Collaboration and Continuity Source: AFFIRM, December 2008
  5. 5. How Secure Is Government IT? Federal CIO Survey Question: More Secure Has the IT infrastructure that supports your agency’s Unchanged mission become more secure or less secure? Less Secure Source: AFFIRM, December 2008
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  7. 7. Policy & Technology are Drivers of Change PUBLIC POLICY Energy Education Entertainment Healthcare Transportation Urban Development NETWORK
  8. 8. The Next Internet
  9. 9. Evolution of the Internet Growth/ Value Media Distributed, Collaboration Experience Sustainability Virtualized Platform Platform Architecture Vertically Vertically Data Messaging Price/ Data Messaging Price/ Integrated Integrated Transport Platform Performance Transport Platform Performance Architecture Architecture NETWORK PLATFORM The First Internet The Next Internet
  10. 10. Evolution of the Internet Cisco Smart Virtualization Strategic Video Collaboration Connected  Cloud Communities Focus The Next Internet Media Distributed, Collaboration Sustainability Experience Virtualized Platform Platform Architecture
  11. 11. Future of Computing Cloud Disruptor: Virtualization Web Client Server Minicomputer Mainframe 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000
  12. 12. Next Inflection Point WHAT IS CLOUD COMPUTING? IT resources and services that are abstracted from the underlying infrastructure and provided “on-demand” and “at scale” in a multi-tenant environment Today, clouds are associated with an off-premise, hosted model
  13. 13. Cloud Definition from NIST Visual Model of NIST’s Working Definition of Cloud Computing Measured Service Rapid Elasticity Essential Characteristics On-Demand Broad Network Resource Pooling Self Service Access Service Software as a Platform as a Infrastucture as a Models Service (SaaS) Service (PaaS) Service (IaaS) Deployment Models Public Private Hybrid Community
  14. 14. What Do Government Agencies Need? Addressing Current Cloud Barriers Weakness Strength Cost Flexibility Security ork SLAs orm Interoperability
  15. 15. The Datacenter Today Trusted Control Reliable Secure
  16. 16. Why Cloud Computing? Cloud Computing Trusted Flexible Control Dynamic Reliable On-demand Secure Efficient
  17. 17. Why Cisco? Trusted Flexible Control Dynamic Reliable On-demand Secure Efficient Virtualization Virtualized Cloud Data Center Governance & Security Computing Information & Applications Network Platform
  18. 18. Cloud Delivery Models Application Applications at Scale (SaaS) (End users) Platform Execution Platforms at Scale as a Service (Developers) Infrastructure Infrastructure at Scale as a Service (System Administrators) Enabling Cloud Service Delivery at Scale Technology (Public / Service Delivery at Scale Cloud Private Cloud Providers) (Public / Private Cloud Providers) C97-541444-00 © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 18
  19. 19. Cisco’s Cloud Strategy Addressing Our Customers’ Business Challenges Deliver products, solutions & services to organizations to build secure Clouds Enable Service Providers to deliver secure Cloud solutions & services to their customers Advance the market for Cloud by driving technology innovation, open standards and ecosystem development C97-541444-00 © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 19
  20. 20. Cisco Cloud Solutions What We Offer & Where We Differentiate Communications & Collaboration Solutions (Delivered via SaaS and On-Premise) Collaboration and Unified Communications End-to-End IaaS-Enabling Solutions Data Center 3.0 Unified Service Computing System Delivery and Unified Fabric Pervasive Trust & Security Solutions Comprehensive Security Suite
  21. 21. How We Get There: Evolution of Cloud Computing Infrastructure START HERE Consolidation Virtualization Automation Utility Market Inter-Cloud Private Clouds Unified Computing Unified Fabric Architecture Data Center Networking
  22. 22. Evolution of the Cloud Computing Market From Stand-Alone to The Inter-Cloud Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Internal Cloud Private Cloud Open Cloud Virtual Inter-Cloud Inter-Cloud Private Cloud Stand-Alone Data Centers Public Cloud Public Cloud Public Cloud #1 Public Cloud #2 PRESENT 2015-2017 Federation / Workload Portability / Interoperability / Security C97-541444-00 © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 22
  23. 23. Private Cloud Computing Empower organizations to innovate while optimizing IT spend through the power of cloud computing. Private Cloud Any Device, Any Where Your Applications Your Information Enterprise IT Resources Virtualized Infrastructure Cloud Operating System Cloud Internetwork Enterprise Provider Infrastructure: Infrastructure: Servers – Network – Storage Servers – Network – Storage
  24. 24. The Government IT Journey to Cloud Computing
  25. 25. The Government CIO View: Why Cloud and Why Now? FORCES DRIVING AGENCIES TO CLOUD COMPUTING: 1. Make IT more scalable, flexible 2. Deploy services faster 3. Lower the cost of IT C97-541444-00 © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 25
  26. 26. Where to start: Low-Hanging Fruit for Government Cloud Projects  Collaboration & information sharing  Next phase of infrastructure virtualization  Hosting of non-critical applications & non-sensitive data  Development, QA and Test  Projects with large-scale compute and storage demands  Security services 26 © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential
  27. 27. The Foundation for Private Clouds: Unified Computing System  Single point of management for compute, network and storage  Wire once, run anything  Architected to operate at massive network scale  Designed and Optimized for Virtualization & Cloud  Energy Efficient
  28. 28. The Advantages of UCS Reduces total cost of ownership 30% workload increase on flat power budget Increases business agility Pre-engineered: provision in minutes, not months Investment protection Increased efficiency enables longer lifecycles
  29. 29. Key to Agency Adoption of Cloud: Trust Before the Economics of Cloud Computing Can be Considered, Agencies Require a Trusted Service Infrastructure Security Control Service-Level Compliance Management
  30. 30. Trust, Security & Cloud Computing
  31. 31. Panelists TOM GILLIS Vice President & General Manager Security Technology Business Unit Cisco Wireless & Security Technology Group JIM RANSOME, Ph.D., CISSP, CISM Chief Security Officer and Senior Director Cisco Collaborative Software Group (WebEx) CHRIS HOFF Director, Virtualization & Cloud Solutions Cisco Data Center Solutions 31 © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential
  32. 32. For Government IT Teams, the Challenges are Numerous What Keeps You Up At Night? Complexity Efficiency Economic Turbulence Compliance IT Security Administration Directives Scalability National Security Siloed Communities of Interest Transparency Budget Pressures Regulatory and Legal 32 © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential
  33. 33. …But the Opportunity is Significant • Positive impact on the economy Government • New ways for citizens to engage Technology • New level of inter-agency collaboration and Innovation • Cost control and new services We have a chance to rewrite the next chapter, 33 through public & private sector partnership © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential
  34. 34. Presentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 34