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  1. 1. SPEEDING THE ENTERPRISE READY CLOUD Mario Mueller VP IT Infrastructure, BMW Chair, Open Data Center Alliance
  2. 2. “If you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got” ~Albert Einstein 2
  3. 3. THE OPEN DATA CENTER ALLIANCE Drive new levels of IT agility through delivery of unified enterprise requirements for cloud computing Create Unified Enterprise Requirements Through ODCA Publications Accelerate Through SDO and Industry Collaboration Adopt Plan, Purchase and Deploy based on ODCA Requirements 2
  4. 4. LEADERSHIP ACTION Delivering cloud and big data services based on ODCA requirements Strategy and procurement decisions anchored on ODCA requirements.Building cloud based on ODCA requirements Leveraging ODCA as a pragmatic guild for internal & client cloud-implementations UMs used for current clouds & future planning of new cloud services Driving RFPs based on ODCA requirements Broad scale integration of UMs into public, private and hybrid cloud offerings 4 Leveraging ODCA for full scale private cloud build out, big data and networking strategy Broad integration of ODCA UMs to global cloud strategy and procurements
  6. 6. Page 6 BMW GROUP IN FIGURES. BMW Financial Services MINI Financial Services Deliveries 2011 Change in % Automobiles units 1,668,982 +14.2 % Motorcycles units 113,572 + 3.1 % Financing contracts 3,592,093 + 5.1 % Revenue euro million 68,821 +13.8 % EBIT euro million 8,018 + 56,9% 2012 Change in % 1,845,186 +10.6 % 117,109 + 3,1 % 3,846,364 + 7,1 % 76,848 +11.7 % 8,300 + 3,5%
  7. 7. Page 7 BMW CONNECTEDDRIVE. TeleServices Remote Services Intelligent Emergency Call Real Time Traffic Information ConnectedDrive Services Internet Concierge Services Online Entertainment
  8. 8. FUTURE IT INFRASTRUCTURE. First BMW Movie Max. 1-2 Min.
  9. 9. BMW CONNECTED DRIVE – IN-VEHICLE CONNECTIVITY. INCREASED SIGNIFICANCE OF EVERYDAY CONNECTIVITY. On the move At home / In the office In the car Health/Sports Mobility Entertainment Information Personal data Social networks Work Time to Market Changing lifestyle New customer requirements ...  High degree of personalization options.  More and more localization of services.  High volatility of customer needs.  Features available everywhere and fast.  Seamless integration into the car, simple UI, simple updating.
  10. 10. BMW CONNECTED DRIVE SERVICES FOR BMW i. NEW MOBILITY SERVICES. Range assistant ECO PRO + mode Park Info Intermodal routing Traffic InfoRange map Mobility Efficiency Status and control Dynamic charging station display
  11. 11. PLATFORM FOR APPS. InternetMobile Network Vehicle Partner 3rd Party ServiceHeadunit Control units Customer Phone C-SIM BMW Connected 3rd Party App  The smartphone app integration “BMW Apps” is technically compatible with Apple iOS (Google Android compatibility will start this summer).  Supplying Software-Development-Kit (SDK) containing framework, guidelines, tools and simulation capabilities.  Support and expertise in vehicle HMI development.  Browser Apps are based on online API provided by the partner which are integrated by BMW in the vehicle infotainment systems.  Browser apps are being developed upon partner service interfaces API (Application Programming Interface). Integrated Connectivity P-SIM InternetMobile Network Vehicle BMW Group Backend Partner 3rd Party ServiceHeadunit Control units
  12. 12. Page 12 WORLDWIDE BACKBONE. BMWDC Americas Spartanburg,USA BMWDC EMEA Munich,DE BMWNSC DC China Beijing,CN BMW ConnectedDrive will be available in more than 40 markets and will thus cover more than 90% of total volume (> 2015). 2012 ~ 1M vehicles connected ~ 1M requests/day ~ 600 MB data- volume/day 2018 > 10M vehicles connected > 100M requests/day > 1TB data- volume/day Current (6/13) ~ 2,5M vehicles connected ~ 12M requests/day ~ 40 GB data- volume/day Peak 6,5 MB/s
  13. 13. FUTURE IT INFRASTRUCTURE – TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE TO REMAIN FUTURE PROOF. Page 13 99 ,9... % (resilience) Cost Quality Zero Downtime Automated Self Service Elastic „hybrid cloud“ +
  14. 14. Page 14 Network Storage Servers Hypervisor Data Application Runtime Middleware O/S • Provisioning/Deprovisioning through one customer oriented service portal. • PaaS Service Pattern: SAP, WEB, Database. • IaaS Service Pattern: Windows and Linux/Suse VM’s. • Orchestration 100 % automated / Zero Downtime solutions. • Separation of business and technical automation layer (structured architecture). • Defined service operations also through service portal. • Elasticity are implemented (Capacity Upgrades/Downgrades). • Highly standardized resource pool (only VM’s). • Guidelines for application cloud readiness. Private Cloud FUTURE IT INFRASTRUCTURE – CLOUD JOURNEY. IT - i
  15. 15. IaaS PaaS SAP PaaS DB PaaS Web Create VM Delete VM Change state of VM Change parameters of VM Install software package Create DB on new instance Create DB on existing instance Delete database Delete complete instance Automated provisioning Automated Decommissioning Admin Self Services Provisioning SAP systems Internal Services for PaaS Projects Application Deployment Decommissioning SAP systems IT - i FUTURE IT INFRASTRUCTURE - CLOUD SERVICE PORTFOLIO. Private Cloud Release 1 (2013) Page 17
  16. 16. FUTURE IT INFRASTRUCTURE - SOLUTION ARCHITECTURE. IDM A <<System>> IdaS Change 1 Task 1 Change Management - ITSM Suite A <<System>> Infrastruct ure A <<System> > IWAN Self Service Portal Change TemplateChange TemplateChange Template SAP A <<System> > LVM DB A <<System> > PWAN RAI preliminar y solution CMDB A <<System>> CMDB Web A <<System>> WEB TA WPAM S Self Service Portal A <<System>> status info Execution progress Servi ce1 Servi ce2 IT-i Servi ce1 Change TemplateChange TemplateTask Template Target System OS + basic SW MW Application BSM Framework A <<System>> BSM Framework Business Automation A <<System>> L4 L3 L2 L1 … … Technical Automation TA Business Automation BA Solution architecture  structured in layers  replaceable components  Vendor agnostic Today’s implementation  Self Service Portal  Business Automation  Technical Automation with - different vendor products - open source components  Fully useable Linux, Windows VM’s with Databases, Middleware, User, Certificates, etc. IT - i
  17. 17. Thema, Abteilung, Datum Seite 17
  18. 18. • BMW is 100% committed to the goals of ODCA. • Usage Models are the foundation of BMW’s datacenter/cloud strategy and design. • UM’s are also referenced in the procurement process to ensure continued alignment. • The models stretch internal perspective to industry thought leadership. • As an active participant in developing the Usage models, the BMW cloud journey is driven through the ODCA. Page 18 FUTURE IT INFRASTRUCTURE – ODCA.
  19. 19. ODCA Acceleration at Forecast 19 Accelerate Leadership Accelerate Requirements Accelerate Adoption
  21. 21. THE LEADERS ARE HERE 21Global leaders, from the industry to the enterprise
  22. 22. 22 Vishnu Bhat Vice President Global Head Cloud & Big Data
  23. 23. 23 Dietmar Reinelt Vice President Global IT - Infrastructure Management
  24. 24. Scaling Cloud Adoption with ODCA Accelerate Visit: Leverage Best Practices in Your Cloud Adoption Integrate Usage Models into Corporate RFPs Up to 50% discount on 2014 membership Target Goal Reward
  25. 25. ODCA COMPLETES DATA CENTER IaaS REQUIREMENTS 25 Establishes requirement for open/interoperable infrastructure Prioritizes capabilities for new SDN & scale out storage solutions Complements Existing Compute IaaS Publication 1st Customer Requirements for $20B+ IaaS Market SW Defined Networks Scale Out Storage
  26. 26. 26 WORLD’S FIRST REQUIREMENTS FOR INFORMATION AS A SERVICE Outlines orchestration of data delivery & analysis across sources Covers infrastructure, data management, security & service Enhances big data, mobile & cloud information architecture. 1st Customer Requirements for $23B+ Data Analytics Market
  27. 27. 27 NEW USAGE MODEL ENHANCEMENTS Increases Technical Detail Enables easier path to deployment Integrates key industry, SDO and POC input Largest Usage Model Enhancements Since ODCA’s Formation
  28. 28. ODCA IS ABOUT ENGAGEMENT 22 Engage in Forecast Presentations & Panels Accelerate Your Business with MEET-Ups Meet IT Leaders at the ODCA Reception Deepen ODCA Engagement with Continued Action
  29. 29. © 2013 Open Data Center Alliance, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.