Education CloudEnabling the World of Many Clouds for EducationKurnijanto E SanggonoDatacenter and VirtualizationFeb 19, 20...
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  • Education institutions are increasingly looking for opportunities to expand access to educational opportunities and increasing their online course offerings. While distance and remote learning continue to be a focus, educators are also using technology in blended learning models to increase engagement for on-campus classes in order to complement traditional courses.
  • Education CIOs are increasingly being asked to deliver a platform to analyze the vast quantities of data they collect to deliver Personalized Learning Environments that integrate traditional data (data-at-rest) with unstructured data (data-in-motion) to: Provide educators with real-time student data for differentiated instruction Predict student performance and suggest interventions Inform changes to curricula Manage educator performance
  • The idea that the classroom or lecture hall serves as the primary educational venue is being uprooted. Technology is broadening the opportunity for learning, making every personally owned computer, smartphone, and tablet a potential academic resource. Expand reach through virtual and online classes, global campuses, home, work, and school
  • Web 2.0 and social networking are critically important to the current generation of students. Collaboration and social learning are key to delivering the 21 st century learning experience.
  • Schools, colleges and universities around the world are using video technologies as a fundamental agent in the process of education transformation. Video schools and universities to expand the reach of courses to remote learners, without compromising the quality of the educational experience.
  • Now, let’s take a look at the type of world in which these individuals live. The need to embark on a lifelong learning journey, with formal education at school and university as the foundation for regular return journeys into education throughout life. They want to take the social network in which they live into the classroom: to take the collaborative, co-creation culture developed online and transport this into their learning environment. 400 million people use Facebook today, and the fastest growing group is women over the age of 55. Students need to learn a new set of skills, those required to navigate a world of free, ubiquitous content, rather than remember a limited body of knowledge. From learning science, learning theory and neuroscience, our understanding of learning has changed. Collaborative: Learning is an active, social process Motivation: The Will is the Skill Authentic: Project-based, interdisciplinary learning Today's students (whatever their age) live in a world where technology is pervasive. Many college students do not even own a landline, and e-books, smartphones and other connected devices are becoming pervasive. Technology infuses our world, and learning needs to respond. We’re also better-understanding the importance of informal learning. The visits to museums, art galleries and other cultural institutions that inspire a love of learning. And the critical role that on-the-job training plays throughout life. Students spend only 14 percent of their time in formal learning – at school or university. In the workplace, it is estimated that 70 percent of what people know about their jobs, they learn informally from the people they work with, and that every hour of formal training is matched by four hours of informal learning. And, there’s a new world of research, with expanded research resources, and expanded access to information. Altogether, these trends and pressures create an entirely new world of learning.
  • Education leaders are confronted with significant pressures and challenges. Constrained IT budgets . Budget forecasts for the foreseeable future are grim. Saving money and resources is an important concern for most schools, colleges and universities which makes cloud computing an increasingly attractive option. An unsustainable IT model. Education institutions have long been in an IT support crisis. Simply put, schools, colleges and universities not able to keep up with the demands for new IT services with existing staff and budgets. As a result, education IT leaders are looking to the cloud to cost-effectively deliver new academic and administrative services. The proliferation of mobile devices. Mobile devices are an absolute necessity for the current generation of students.  The 2011 Cisco Connected World Technology Report found that two-thirds of students (66%)  cite a mobile device (laptop, smartphone, tablet) as “the most important technology in their lives.”  Educators at schools, colleges and universities are also embracing mobile learning and “Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives. These trends have caused many education institutions look to consider cloud-based solutions to support anytime, anywhere access to digital content by mobile users. Educational focus on personalizing learning. Schools, colleges and universities are increasingly focused on personalize learning, based on student needs and learning styles. Cloud applications that offer rich, multimedia content, virtual learning, and collaboration are key enablers for these education transformation initiatives. Next generation collaboration. Collaboration is a fundamental component of a 21 st century education. Education IT leaders are increasingly challenged to provide new social platforms and are exploring opportunities to broker cloud services to enable these new education delivery models
  • Benefits of Cisco Cloud for Higher Education Accelerate delivery of differentiated services : Cisco CloudVerse enables institutions to quickly deploy applications that deliver coursework and lectures, help attract the best students and faculty, offer lifetime learning, reach new students beyond the campus, and increase safety and security. Increase agility: IT can automate management and provisioning of cloud-based services to simplify operations, save time, and help reduce costs. High scalability eliminates the time needed for purchasing and deploying additional infrastructure. Reduce costs: Virtualization and other features of Cisco Unified Data Center and Cisco Cloud Intelligent Network enable service delivery at a lower cost than traditional infrastructures, which allows colleges and universities to achieve the economies of scale and efficiency delivered by cloud computing. Reduce risk and enhance security: Cisco CloudVerse cloud security helps IT reduce risk through the Cisco SecureX Architecture, which enables consistent security policies and enforcement, up-to-date threat intelligence, greater scalability, and improved performance. Cisco cloud security helps remove cloud barriers so that higher education institutions can achieve the educational and business benefits of cloud computing. Reshape teaching and expand collaboration: Cisco offers a portfolio of cloud services, such as Cisco WebEx and Cisco TelePresence, that can expand the learning environment to anyone, anywhere, and provide faculty and students with a rich, interactive eLearning environment. These cloud services can also help institutions control IT costs, manage energy expenses, and reduce travel time and costs.
  • Cloud computing, with its economies of scale and pay-as-you-use-it pricing model, offers an alternative to spending up-front capital by reducing some of the implementation costs, while also shortening the project launch cycle. Cloud computing promises a fundamental change in the way in which IT services will be provided and charged for in the future. Cloud enables the delivery of IT as a service that is accessed only when needed, and for which payment will only be required if the service is actually used. Deployment of this innovative IT system does not involve any investment hurdles, nor is it necessary to operate one’s own infrastructure. The Cisco-based IT cloud being set up by Berlin’s University of Technology should directly benefit companies in the city. In the future, the UCS platform will also serve as the basis for providing the TU’s campus applications as a cost-effective cloud service.
  • Cisco sees cloud adoption as a journey
  • Schools, colleges and universities are looking for cloud solutions to solve some of their biggest business and technology challenges: reducing costs, creating new levels of efficiency, and facilitating innovative business models that drive revenue growth. Cisco believes that each customer and situation requires a different cloud solution: some private, some public, some consuming services, some communities integrating multiple clouds together. The challenge and opportunity of the world of many clouds is to bring together cloud computing, the network, and storage, spread across many clouds comprised of thousands upon thousands of content/data that must work together on-demand and securely. Cisco has the network platform that enables the cloud (within the cloud/DC, between clouds, and beyond to the customer) and compute DNA along with an ecosystem of partners to enable this world of many clouds working together. When implemented successfully, the cloud will allow cloud providers to tightly align technology to business priorities; service providers to deliver new services and content to their customers; governments and emerging countries to consolidate and advance technology faster; and consumers to instantly access new services. There is a huge opportunity here for service providers, so let’s talk about what we’re finding.
  • Immersive Live and recorded Multi-use/multi-benefit solution (prof dev, lesson capture, educator self coaching, meetings…). More than just old LC. Any to Any Multi-point Enterprise class Works with what you already have (interoperability) Unattended Tagging and metadata (extremely important) Access can be managed Transcription Track usage Watermarking and control   End-to-end solution “ Lecture vision is a supplement to classroom teaching & learning.”
  • Cisco’s cloud strategy is to enable our customers to offer cloud services (and applications) by providing them with solutions for private, public and hybrid clouds that uniquely combine the unified data center and the cloud intelligent network and enable the delivery of cloud services. Underlying this strategy are three strategic pillars: Provide the essential architectures, solutions and integrated systems for customers BUILDING clouds: public, private and hybrid. These include our highly differentiated products such as our unified computing system, our switching and routing products such as Nexus and CRS/ASR/ISR, our cloud enabling services (WaaS, Ace) which radically simplify the building of the cloud infrastructure. Cisco works closely with best-of-breed partners, to provide fully-tested, INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS for customers deploying cloud services. Cisco’s industry leading partners include BMC, CA, EMC, NetApp, Oracle, RedHat, VMware, VCE and others. Together we offer customer a choice of complete solutions which dramatically reduce the time for an enterprise or service provider to deploy cloud services Cisco simplifies and accelerate the USE of cloud services by providing capabilities to rapidly offer users cloud services. Cisco provides solutions for our customers to deliver cloud services like Collaboration Cloud, Video Delivery, Infrastructure as a service, VXI, security-as-a-service and others. Customers want to access cloud services through a variety of different devices not just their desktops - telepresence, tablets, virtual desktops - all relying on the network These pillars work closely together to enable Cisco to best serve our customers in their journey to the cloud and to spur the growth of the overall cloud market. Cisco complements these solutions and services with a comprehensive portfolio of cloud enablement services to rapidly design, stand up and manage cloud solutions. Cisco’s approach directly addresses this issue by providing higher-level building blocks for cloud providers, whether private, public, or hybrid.
  • Cisco CloudVerse brings together Cisco’s leading Cloud Capabilities, Services and Solutions in an integrated platform combining: Cloud Applications and Services: Collaboration: Collaboration, TP 2.0, Webex Video: Videoscape, Medianet 3rd Party Cloud Services: Over 50 certified IT applications and services that are pre-tested for CloudVerse Unified Data Center UCS, B, C, UCS Manager Nexus Family Routing and switching Cloud Platform Management (Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud, Cisco Network Services Manager(Overdrive)) Cloud Intelligent Network Cloud intelligent network further enhances the enterprise networks (Borderless networks) and SP networks (IP NGN) for cloud with new capabilities: Cloud to Customer Connect: Delivery of services/content from the cloud to the consumer assured by network security, quality of service and application/content acceleration Cloud to Cloud Connect: Interconnect solutions between data centers and clouds Enhanced with layer 2 through 7 capabilities Cloud Enablement Portfolio Cisco Cloud Enablement Services include professional and technical services to design, build, operate and manage cloud solutions and services Cisco CloudVerse brings a significant service/solution advantage in each area: Cloud Services: Collaboration: Broad integrated portfolio including Collaboration, TP 2.0, Webex. Consistent Experience, Flexible Models Video: Industry leading delivery of video content (TV, internet and beyond) with Videoscape experience using Medianet capabilities 3rd Party Cloud Services: Over 50 certified IT applications and services that are pre-tested for CloudVerse Unified Data Center Integrated Compute & Network Management with UCS manager. UCS Bare Metal Scale and Performance Records Unified Fabric integrating compute network and storage traffic on a single physical infrastructure with up to 70% reduction in cabling Simplified Cloud Platform Management (Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud, Cisco Network Services Manager(Overdrive), UCS Manager) Cloud Intelligent Network Secure, Quality Customer Experience delivered by enterprise networks (Borderless networks) and SP networks (IP NGN): Cloud to Customer Connect: Delivery of services and content from the cloud to the consumer assured by network security, quality of service and application/content acceleration with cloud ready CPE Cloud to Cloud Connect: Interconnect solutions between data centers and clouds Enhanced with layer 2 through 7 capabilities including Network positioning system on ASR 1000, 9000 and CRS and adding VPLS on the ASR 9000 Network Management is provided by the Prime portfolio and links with the new Cisco Network Services Manager (previously overdrive) Cloud Enablement Portfolio Cisco Cloud Enablement Services include professional and technical services to design, build, operate and manage cloud solutions and services Professional /technical services to realize the full value of cloud
  • Cisco’s Enterprise Private Cloud portfolio is built on a modular architecture which allows customers to migrate to cloud models at a pace that fits their business needs. Integrated Computing Stacks: Vblock, FlexPod Business Application Solutions: Tier-1 Application, VDI, VXI Unified Data Center Networking: Unified Fabric, Unified Network Services, Unified Computing
  • Unified Data Center is a critical element of Cisco’s CloudVerse, bringing together the Data Center with Cisco’s Cloud Intelligent Network to deliver a great cloud experience for our customers that want to leverage a world of many clouds.   Unified Data brings together Cisco Unified Fabric, Unified Computing and our new Unified Management to deliver the best platform for delivering IT as a Service.   Unified Data Center delivers an architectural approach that helps customers move from legacy IT architecture and management to a new model that delivers business agility, financial efficiency and IT simplification.   Unified Data Center extends our existing Data Center portfolio, which continues to gain market-share, and introduces the next stage in helping customers move from Physical to Virtual to Cloud based environments.   Unified Data Center enables significantly better economics within the Data Center: - 30% lower costs - 90% faster deployment times - 30-40% faster application performance - 60% lower power/cooling
  • A single Unified Management solution is fully integrated and offers new ways to simplify cloud application delivery. Moreover, it works with legacy systems and easily integrates with existing OSS and BSS systems. Cisco’s solution is comprised of: Cisco Intelligent Automate for Cloud (CIAC): which offers on-demand provisioning combining a self-service portal and orchestration capabilities using an advanced service catalogue and new ways to integrate and automate functions across the cloud that simply set up and management of complex cloud applications. One of the major challenges of cloud provisioning is managing compute, storage and underlying network resources in a way that facilitates dynamic reallocation as the needs of individual applications scale up or down or are turned off or on. CIAC combines the power of the UCS Manager and the newly announced Cisco Network Services Manager to dynamically manage both physical and virtual resources for resource pooling and management while automating new capabilities using a model-based approach that replaces a script and template approach which is inherently less flexible and more static.
  • Introducing the Cisco Network Services Manager which automatically creates, deploys, assure, modifies or tears down network services such as firewall, WAAS, Load Balancer, Router or Switch capabilities aligned with a respective service or application on demand. The solution uses a model-based approach to undertake provisioning and management which is capable of combining hundreds of command lines into a handful of steps that formerly required significant manual provisioning and re-writing of scripts and templates. This brings entirely new levels of virtualization to the provisioning and management of cloud. The system works with both physical and virtual network elements combining a secure network container with network services and maintaining the relationship between virtual machines and storage as service elements are added or deleted from a profile. The result brings entirely new levels of fluidity and dynamics to the delivery of cloud-based service and applications simplifying the management of underlying infrastructure that must support them.
  • Cisco Education Cloud generates significant economic benefits for customer whether they are building private, public or hybrid clouds or consuming cloud applications and services. Let’s take Cisco’s own experience as a great example of the benefits cloud can bring to a business. When Cisco moved from a traditional DC to a virtualized data center it reduced our total cost of ownership (opex+capex) by 37%. With Cisco Unified Computing and the automation benefits of UCS manager cloud transforms how IT meets business needs, enabling IT as a service. Reducing average server TCO another 27%, and server provisioning time reduced from days/weeks to 15 minutes With the new capabilities announced in Cisco CloudVerse – CIAC, Cisco-NSM, NPS and others, we expect Cisco IT will have an additional 33% of TCO savings. These benefits apply to both private and public clouds build with CloudVerse. Overall CloudVerse bring an additional 50% of Tco benefit to a virtualized data center. This shows why Cloud is such a compelling economic benefit – and why customers are moving IT applications and services to the cloud. Background – Cisco Confidential: Cisco IT is building and deploying an internal private Enterprise IaaS cloud called CITEIS (Cisco IT Elastic Infrastructure Services). CITIES will provide end-to-end IaaS to all business entities in Cisco CITEIS is a service-oriented solution architecture, leveraging technologies from Cisco (UCS, nexus, network) and partners (VMWare, later also EMC, Netapp). CITEIS went into Production in Nov ’09. By end-of-FY12, it will support 80% of all x86 workload in Cisco. As business demand evolves and SP offerings mature, CITEIS will evolve to a virtual private cloud, transparently integrating market-based IaaS (from public clouds). CITEIS is also freeing up IT staff time to focus on innovation and new business from the 70% previously spent on maintenance. Evolution Story (A->B->C->D) Traditional platforms without virtualization have a quarterly unit TCO of >$3,500 / quarter. Real-world execution of virtualization without changing the hardware or the design leads to a 37% reduction in average unit TCO. The adoption of unified computing and automation leads to an additional 27% reduction in average unit TCO. This comes from a number of factors: (i) unified I/O leads to more efficient usage of the overall infrastructure hardware (network/SAN), (ii) automation significantly reduces implementation and operation cost, (iii) expanded memory and Nexus 1000v in the DMZ result in increased virtualization rate Adoption of Cloud to Cloud Connect and Unified Management including Automated network provisioning and sharing across multiple data centers. We believe that with the products being announced with CloudVerse, additional benefits will be realized by sharing resources across service and Data Centers. This will result in an up to 23% further reduction in TCO while improving the speed of Delivery for new and existing services Note that the virtualization rate does not stop at 59%. As technology keeps maturing and application vendors adjust their support agreements and license models, the trend will continue. Additional benefits: compute service provisioning agility. Moving to a self-service model substantially reduces the end-to-end delivery time. Cisco IT compute service consumers consider this to be a major benefit. Another benefit is the overall ‘quality’ of the configuration resulting from automation (reducing the number of incidents post configuration), and the resiliency for both planned and unplanned events enabled by virtualization. Longer-term cost benefits are expected from the reduction of high-end custom compute platforms (non-x86) onto x86. Details - internal use only: 3 scenarios: A on the left, B in the middle left, and C on the middle right, D on the complete right Configuration (actual): non-Cisco 3 rd party rack mount server, traditional Cat6k distribution & Cat4k Top-of-Rack access layer, no virtualization. Physical unit TCO is $3,579/quarter. Configuration (actual): non-Cisco 3 rd party rack mount server (as in A), traditional Cat6k distribution & Cat4k Top-of-Rack access layer (same as A), real-world virtualization adoption for a large enterprise (Cisco IT, RCDN9 facility, 54% of OS instances virtualized as of Dec 1 st , 2009). Average virtualization platform is around 2x4 Silver (2 cores, 4 GB memory, 50% resource reservation), at $1,025/quarter. Configuration (realistic target): Cisco unified computing system, Nexus 7000 network switches, Unified Fabric including Nexus 1000v in DMZ, server bay design (2x switch for 10x UCS chassis), Cisco IT Elastic Infrastructure Services (CITEIS) automation effort, 3-yr cost absorption plan for automation, automation enabled for virtual and bare-metal, virtualization increased to 59% based on (i) expanded memory footprint from UCS, (ii) adoption of virtualization enabled by Nexus1000v in DMZ. Unit costs drop to $2,592 and $742 for bare-metal and average virtual respectively. Cisco study based on a four campus private enterprise cloud (50%) applied to Cisco Internal IT Common assumptions : Identical discount rate for non-Cisco 3 rd party rack mount server and Cisco UCS. Identical CPU technology (Nehalem) and memory technology assumed in non-Cisco 3 rd party compute hardware and Cisco UCS hardware. Costing based on real-world Tier-III facility (5.4 MW to the IT floor) actual spending, adjusted for like-for-like discount rate. Compute unit TCO includes: facility, power, equipment, software, automation, implementation and operational cost. Service offering scope includes: compute, core network, distribution network. Scope excludes: storage consumption, WAN, ISP connectivity. Capital cost absorption matching hardware lifecycle time of 3 yrs.
  • Cloud Enablement Services Portfolio helps businesses, public organizations and service providers use cloud to gain strategic advantage. Delivered by Cisco and our rich ecosystem of partners, our services help you determine what Cloud can do for your organization, develop a plan and realize your vision. We provide the cloud services, data center and network experience and expertise to help you realize the full value of your Cisco Cloudscape. Time to market is critical in deploying cloud services, whether to enable your business users to quickly adopt new functionality or for your business to develop new revenue streams from cloud. The time to staff, and thin availability of cloud talent in many markets, can be a major inhibitor to a timely, successful cloud deployment. To address this issue which is affecting many of our customers, Cisco has been expanding our cloud professional services capacity and offers to provide you with an option to accelerate you time to market We can help you adopt a cloud solution based on a Service Provider’s infrastructure, and we can help you build your own infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS Cloud). Cisco offers deep expertise in four cloud service categories: 1. Cisco Cloud Strategy Services Understand how a cloud model can enable the ability to provide new user services with optimal service delivery, or consume new business services from others. The Cloud Strategy Services start with an analysis of your current architecture and technology choices—with focus on security—to determine the most appropriate cloud strategy, architecture and operations management, and cloud uses for your organization. The Cloud Strategy Services employ ROI tools and analysis to help you determine the most appropriate cloud strategy and architectural options. 2. Cisco Cloud Planning and Design Services Cisco and our partners provide a wide range of planning and design services that can help you build a private cloud, adopt a public cloud, or implement a hybrid cloud strategy. If your strategy is to build your own private cloud: We provide comprehensive, detailed design services that encompass network, computing, storage, network services, network security, management tools, and processes for your target IaaS architecture. If your strategy is to adopt a public cloud solution: We help you understand which applications you need to migrate, and expedite your cloud migration while maintaining the security and performance of your network, storage, and data center environments. If your strategy is to implement a hybrid cloud: We provide the best of both options above, helping you to determine which applications and cloud services to offer through your private and public clouds. Depending on your cloud strategy, we can provide you with detailed, customized cloud designs for technology and management tool architectures, security, operations readiness, service-level agreements, charge-backs and migration planning 3. Cisco Cloud Implementation Services Smoothly migrate from your current environment to an IaaS cloud architecture or public cloud solution with Cisco experts helping you throughout the process. Depending on your cloud strategy, this can include staging and delivering application migration, provisioning, and service orchestration of your cloud computing environment. 4. Cloud Operate & Optimization Service Continue to efficiently operate deployed cloud services, and optimize.
  • Services for Adopting Clouds from Cisco and our partners help accelerate adoption of public cloud in our enterprise and mid size customers’ environment to achieve business goals. With focus on strategy, structure, people, process & systems, backed by our networking security, applications & data center expertise and industry standard processes together with a broad ecosystem of partners these services prepare customers to consume public cloud. Cloud Adoption Strategy cloud readiness assessment --- a free web-based assessment, helps create a common dialog on key areas including IT, business goals, processes, … cloud adoption strategy workshop ---to help the customer ensure their organization is prepared to successfully adopt Cloud with the ability to meet their business and operational goals. The customer should leave with a clear understanding of cloud adoption and its impacts, risks & mitigations, an approach to develop a migration strategy, … cloud adoption strategy & business justification service --- this service is intended to provide business case and business & technical requirements for a cloud migration, surfacing any business &/or technical impact and requirements. The customer leaves with risk and dependencies analysis and mitigation recommendations , critical success factors, cloud use case scenarios, business & technical requirements, the value proposition for cloud Cloud Adoption Planning cloud application assessment service for SaaS adoption --- identify and capture application and network characteristics as they relate to existing data center environment & develop scenarios for future SaaS cloud based application needs. Cloud Infrastructure assessment service for IaaS adoption --- identify and capture infrastructure dependencies, virtualization needs as they relate to existing data center environment & develop scenarios for future IaaS cloud based infrastructure needs. Cloud security assessment service for Xaas adoption --- evaluate and benchmark the technical controls of security infrastructure against a pre-defined control framework. Providing customer a detailed report covering current gap analysis, recommendations & guidelines to securely migrate the current infrastructure to the cloud. Cloud adoption application portfolio assessment service (future) Cloud adoption data strategy & governance assessment service (future) Cloud adoption provisioning requirements assessment service (future) Cloud adoption network and bandwidth assessment service (future) Cloud Adoption Optimization (future) Cloud client SLA mgmt (future) Cloud health check & quality assurance (future) Cloud network audit & support (future)
  • The Cloud Readiness Assessment is a discussion-generating tool. Primary focus areas include how to: strategize your business with cloud computing; align your IT and technology initiatives to the needs of cloud computing; unify organizational processes with cloud initiatives; enhance the readiness of people to adopt cloud technology, and understand the impact of cloud computing adoption in third-party collaboration with partners, vendors, suppliers, and customers. The tool is available at: http://www.ciscowebtools.com/cloud/ © 2009, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation_ID.scr
  • Situation Short desktop computer lifecycles, difficult management of the desktop application environment, and high operating expenses Inability to meet specific, real-time software application requests from professors, students, and college deans Disconnect between desktops, applications, and data within the data center Solution Implement state-of-the-art Cisco Unified Computing System technology optimized for VMware and Virtual Desktop Enable server management from single screen using unified computing system Results Ability to deploy specific software applications and business requirements for any educational or administrative department on demand Faster response times to students, teachers, and faculty to help meet educational and administrative needs Conversion of lab machines to virtual desktops, decrease in operating expenses, and prolonged desktop lifecycle
  • Situation Short desktop computer lifecycles, difficult management of the desktop application environment, and high operating expenses Inability to meet specific, real-time software application requests from professors, students, and college deans Disconnect between desktops, applications, and data within the data center Solution Implement state-of-the-art Cisco Unified Computing System technology optimized for VMware and Virtual Desktop Enable server management from single screen using unified computing system Results Ability to deploy specific software applications and business requirements for any educational or administrative department on demand Faster response times to students, teachers, and faculty to help meet educational and administrative needs Conversion of lab machines to virtual desktops, decrease in operating expenses, and prolonged desktop lifecycle
  • ROI calculator tool will be available…. Who is this typically sold to? There are different buying centers, people that worry about voice/UC, and people that worry about network, then people that focus on DC, people that are focused on desktops…. Each customer is starting to wake up….most are moving this way….about 25% of customers will move 25-50% of their desktops in this direction! All orgs are restructuring their companies to deal with this new VXI approach….mandated by CIO to change….taking a look at technology, about the process and about the people. 80%+ of our customers….are looking at virtualization in this environment. Some key triggers: Windows 7 migration. Out-tasked workers (call centers) Greenfield opportunity for a server Where in DC upgrade cycle, partner with your DC colleagues VMworld---analyst take away was how surprised he was, how many customers were trying to bring UC and DV together. It goes together, the partnership with UC and DV and upgrade cycles. Cisco is perfectly positioned to do that. Screenpop to a desktop, technically not hugely different. Virtual machine in DC running as your PC. Same connections as the normal way. User sees on their monitor…ability to have UC applications virtualized in DC, but locally it works via CPI controlling that phone Microsoft---relationship---what does this mean for Cisco. (at the virtualization level) Setting aside the licensing…..partner, in UC, banging heads OCS….overlap in competing some spaces, and partner in others…what we are doing in the DC, is different from what we are doing at the end points….partnering and competing. Citrix and Vmware----are the big players in the hypervisor space. Pricing---will be competitive. Price the value in the “solution”. Range is $300-400/unit Bring your own…..workers bringing their own laptops. Don’t care what device, as long as you buy licensing, it will work. Wide variety, device agnostic, best in class. User to pick it, not thrust a endpoint on the user. Much of this came from Sales org, from the GET team…tremendous interest from customers….lots of credit is due to sales team for demanding this from CDO. Demos will be available in EBCs and portable kits….couple of VDs, Quad, etc…one uses Quad to call the other with CUPC…demos are key part of sales enablement. Customer stories will be KEY! Customer story: ING, huge $14M deal…in DC.
  • The CLX is a global community of educators from schools, colleges and universities who are working together to share best practices and practical solutions that dramatically improve education everywhere. Cisco is proud to sponsor the CLX.  We thank you for being among the first to join us on this journey to foster collaboration and showcase innovative and practical strategies to help ensure that all learners reach their full potential. As an educator interested in online learning, we encourage you to join the CLX to connect with like minded colleagues from around the world. The Special Interest Groups can be a valuable professional development resource that will allow you to exchange best practices and share resources with other members of the community.
  • Education Cloud

    1. 1. Education CloudEnabling the World of Many Clouds for EducationKurnijanto E SanggonoDatacenter and VirtualizationFeb 19, 2013© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1
    2. 2. Agenda© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2
    3. 3. Online courses expand reach and complement traditional instruction.© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3
    4. 4. “Big Data” and learning analytics enable the delivery of Personalized Learning Environments.© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 4
    5. 5. Mobile devices have become primary learning tools as a result of the explosion of multiple devices and the emergence of e- textbooks.© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 5
    6. 6. Social learning and content sharing support student collaboration and educator interaction.© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6
    7. 7. Interactive video enriches learning —creating global classrooms and media-rich, blended learning environments.© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7
    8. 8. Agenda© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 8
    9. 9. • No standard IT infrastructure • Each school / region builds their own digital campus or education solutions • No standards for education information / content exchange and sharing • No central content repository (education cloud/data center)© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 9
    10. 10. Education Cloud Benefits© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 11
    11. 11. Cloud Use Cases in Education Accelerate Delivery Scale Education to of Differentiated New Learners Services Transition to Enable Mobile Sustainable IT Business Learning on (Funding) Models Any Device Secure Access, Data Manage CapEx and Privacy, Compliance and OpEx for Maximum Research Protection Savings and Impact© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 12
    12. 12. Agenda© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 13
    13. 13. The Cloud – a journey Hybrid Hybrid Cloud Cloud Public Public Cloud Cloud Community Community Cloud Cloud Private Private Cloud Cloud Orchestration Orchestration Virtualization Virtualization Consolidation© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 14
    14. 14. The World of Many Education Clouds Education Students and Services Education Faculty Administrative IT Agility Institution Applications Hybrid Private Public Community Connecting Schools, Colleges and Universities to the World of Many Clouds© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 15
    15. 15. Transform Capture Share LECTURE CAPTURE Delivering Lesson in Class (Session Is Recorded) Lesson Can Be Accessed Lesson via Video by Teacher/Student/Parent to Remote Places at Anytime© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 16
    16. 16.  Gartners 2012 CIO agenda survey ranked cloud second after mobile among their technology priorities  64% of higher education CIOs expected to move more than 50% of their infrastructures into the cloud before year-end 2015.  49% of institutions are already involved in some type of cloud sourcing, and 67% expect to be by year-end 2012  Leveraging the collaborative culture of the higher education community and developing trusted cloud brokers. The most natural vehicle for that in most countries are the NRENs,One of the recommendations for education CIOs concerns NRENs.“Take the economies of scale to the next level. Work with your national research and education network (NREN) organization as your trusted broker to share integration and contract negotiation costs for the institution and the cloud service vendor.”© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 17
    17. 17. Cisco Cloud Portfolio Integrated Unified Application Cloud Computing Data Center Solutions Management Stacks Networking Virtual Desktop Unified Fabric Infrastructure (VDI) Vblock Cisco VXI Unified Network Services Tier-1 FlexPod Unified Computing Business Applications© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 20
    18. 18. Agenda© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 29
    19. 19. Education Clouds• e-Twinning • 80,000 European Schools Net• Cisco NetAcad • Content• Jordan School District • Google Apps• Santee School District CA • Google Apps • Moodle© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 30
    20. 20. Illini Cloud© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 31
    21. 21. Agenda© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 34
    22. 22. Summary: Education Cloud© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 35
    23. 23. Let’s Stay Connected Post a comment or photo http://www.facebook.com/#!/CiscoEducation Follow us http://twitter.com/#!/CiscoEDU Check out the Cisco Education Blog http://blogs.cisco.com/category/education/ Subscribe to watch Cisco education videos http://www.youtubecisco.com/education© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 38
    24. 24. Thank you.© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 39
    25. 25. Define the service levels Define the service levels Service Level Service you are going to deliver Definition you are going to deliver Definition • • Topology design Topology design • • High Availability High Availability Service Design Service • • Convergence Convergence • • Quality of Service Quality of Service Engineering • • Security Security • • AdmissionControl Admission Control Service Placement Capacity Planning Resource • • DemandEngineering Demand Engineering • • Workloadplacement Workload placement Management Resource • • TrafficEngineering Traffic Engineering optimisation • •Workload Optimisation Workload Optimisation • • Fault Management Fault Management • • Performance Monitoring Performance Monitoring Service Management & Operations Service • • Service Impact Analysis Service Impact Analysis • • Incident / problem mgmt Incident / problem mgmt Assurance • • Remediation Remediation© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 40

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