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Cloudradar - Dick van Gaalen - HP

  1. 1. HP and Cloud Computing About the relation between Converged Infrastructures and the Cloud <br />Dick van Gaalen<br />Program Manager Business Technology<br />
  2. 2. Is the cloud phenomenon really special?<br />
  3. 3. Cloud is the next major paradigm shift<br />disruption ahead<br />“everything-as-a-service”<br />penetration<br />cloudcomputing<br />internet<br />computing<br />service providers and access devices<br />networked personalcomputing<br />information<br />utility/appliances<br />open systems of<br />clients and servers<br />distributed<br />computing<br />micros<br />batch computing<br />and timesharing<br />minis<br />mainframes<br />t<br />1970<br />2010<br />1960<br />1980<br />2000<br />1990<br />
  4. 4. Cloud (=Service Centric) computing will rapidly become “the mainstream”<br />Why? because his concept is highly appreciated by the “business side” of organizations <br />Service providers<br />Access Devices<br />Ready-to-use computing facilities are provided as a service using internet technologies supported by an as-needed, self-service, pay-per-use business model<br />As a result HP is transforming from a printer & computer company into a printing & computing company<br />
  5. 5. Classic IT value chainTypically organized around technology domains<br />IT department<br />Project<br />Project<br /><ul><li>IT role = provisioning and managing of technology capabilities
  6. 6. 90% of innovation work fulfilled through project lifecycle
  7. 7. Build to order model
  8. 8. Everything measured in cost
  9. 9. Permanent tension between IT and business</li></ul>Governance/Architecture<br />Capability<br />Delivery/Operations<br />Development<br />Design<br />Business processes<br />Third parties providers<br />Capability<br />Capability<br />Capability<br />Shared/Dedicated infrastructure<br />This is the model that the IT industry designs around and sells into today<br />
  10. 10. This model conflicts with the IT-as-a-Service demand<br />disruption ahead<br />Open Source and Cloud Computing seen as next generation technology and IT services<br />Linked to short-term cost reduction initiatives<br />Additional technology sourcing choices<br />Trying to solve existing problems – better, faster, cheaper<br />Not addressable:<br />the speed of delivery problem (projects)<br />Improvement of business flexibility and value<br />
  11. 11. The risk of doing nothing:Revolt of “the business side”<br />
  12. 12. Service Centric computing is the answer<br />ServiceCatalogue<br />IT is managed by value chain principles<br />IT delivers what is needed instead of what is asked for<br />Resource selection based on:<br />“cost” versus “risk” versus “agility”<br />“core” versus “productivity”<br />regulation & compliancy<br />differentiating added value<br />SaaS<br />Third Party Providers<br />IT as Service Provider<br />PaaS<br />IaaS<br />
  13. 13. Converged Infrastructure<br />Transformation required<br />IT as a service provider<br />Traditional IT<br />technology<br />datacenter is the system<br />datacenter<br />contains systems<br />procedures<br />Service Provider<br />Managing IT as any other business asset <br />managing IT as a business<br />
  14. 14. Your datacenter should become an “IT services factory”<br />Single system-identity with dedicated sub-systems for<br />Energy Management<br />Resource Management<br />Deployment Automation<br />High Availability<br /> “Cloud Aligned”<br />cost price<br />speed<br />flexibility<br />quality<br />
  15. 15. IT Governance Transformation“from technology powerhouse to business orientation”<br />
  16. 16. with an open mind for the new “flat” world<br />Consumerization<br />Cloud computing<br />
  17. 17. Hybrid Delivery<br />Disruption!<br />Business Technology expertise required<br /><ul><li> “cost” versus “risk” versus “agility”
  18. 18. “core” versus “productivity”
  19. 19. regulation & compliancy
  20. 20. differentiating added value</li></ul>On site<br />Public<br />Hosted<br />
  21. 21. Utility Services<br />HP’s innovation area’s<br />CloudSystem<br />Service Management software<br />IT as a Service Provider<br />Plan / Validate / Operate<br />Cloud enabledaccess devices<br />Converged Infrastructure<br />Datacenter as a single system<br />Infrastructureoperating environment<br />FlexFabric<br />WebOS<br />Virtualresource pools<br />Data center smart grid<br />Pay-per-Use/Managed/Hosted<br />Privat Cloud as a Service<br />Enterprise Cloud Services<br />
  22. 22. Solutions for the Instant-On Enterprise<br /><br />