CoreSite: The Data Center as the On-Ramp to Cloud Enablement

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Speaker: Jarrett Appleby - COO, CoreSite

The cloud-enabled data center sits at the center of IT transformation. It facilitates the interconnection and communities that come together, propelling growth for both buyers and sellers. Learn how CoreSite is bringing together best-of-breed partners through the Open Cloud Exchange resulting in public, private, and hybrid cloud interconnection and management as well as connectivity to AWS Direct Connect.

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CoreSite: The Data Center as the On-Ramp to Cloud Enablement

  1. 1. 1©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Jarrett Appleby, COOData Center as anOn-ramp to CloudEnablementApril 25, 2013
  2. 2. 2©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Industry Trends I Growth Drivers2“The data centersits at the coreof ITtransformation”Ian BrownSenior Analyst IT Services,Ovum 2011Sources: Evercore Partners, Ovum, Cisco
  3. 3. 3©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.MegatrendsData Center TrendsKey characteristics and market drivers Trend: Big data / more data 2.2m terabytes of data created every day Trend: Network and mobile traffic IP traffic to grow 3x by 2018 Trend: Cloud computing 3 of 5 data center workloads in cloud by 2016 Trend: Data center networking MTDC are at the center of the WAN
  4. 4. 4©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Implications:Data Center Enables Cloud Interconnection“Power-based Colocation” The CoreSite MeshTHEN NOW
  5. 5. 5©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Implications:Data Center ArchitectureNetwork Nodes(WAN HUB – IP Peering,Fiber, Ethernet & MPLS)(<100kw)Aggregation Nodes(Cloud HUB &NW Core Nodes)(100kw – 1M)Compute Farms(Cheap power,non-latency sensitive)(>500kw – 3MW)Note: Some big dataapplications have latencyperformance implicationsEnterprise /WholesalePerformanceSensitiveApplications
  6. 6. 6©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Implications: Data Center CampusEnables InterconnectionImportance ofData CenterCampusSan Francisco Bay AreaExampleLos Angeles ExampleOpportunity to build cloud-enabled data center campusleverage Ethernet and private networks as on-ramps
  7. 7. 7©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.ImplicationsWhat do the trends mean to the cloud and datacenter networking community?PerformanceSecurityScalabilityTotal Cost of Ownership
  8. 8. 8©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Data Center Networking SolutionsCloud On-ramp EvolutionEthernet On-rampsInternet Access(Best Efforts)Private Networking(MPLS)Optimized IP-VPNDirectConnectReachSecurityPerformanceNetwork Performance Matters<1MS Workloads
  9. 9. 9©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.The CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange9“The data center is at the heart of cloud computing – without carrier-neutraldata centers and a place to build Internet exchanges, the Internet,private networks and cloud computing probablywould not exist in their current form."Ovum 2011 CoreSite is bringing cloud andnetwork communities together We will scale high-performancehybrid multi-clouds
  10. 10. 10©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Reference Architecture: The Data Centeras the On-ramp to Cloud EnablementOnboardingSoftware ToolsMarketplaceof ServicesIT Building BlocksCloud ManagementCloud Orchestration ProvidersPrivate CloudPublicCloudNetworks – IP/Peering, Private Networks, MobileInternet ExchangeDirect ConnectEthernetMEF CE2.0Cloud-enabled Data Center Campus
  11. 11. 11©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Migration Services forCloud EnablementOnboardingSoftware ToolsMarketplaceof ServicesIT Building BlocksCloud ManagementCloud Orchestration ProvidersPrivate CloudPublicCloudNetworks – IP/Peering, Private Networks, MobileInternet ExchangeDirect ConnectEthernetMEF CE2.0Cloud-enabled Data Center CampusRiverMeadow SoftwareCase Study• Background• RiverMeadow’s flagship product is enCloud™• Automated cloud onboarding solution built for carrier and cloud serviceprovider IaaS platforms• Situation• Wanted to build strategic relationships to facilitate cloud deployments• Solution• Built strategic channel and product alliance with CoreSite and Violin Memory
  12. 12. 12©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Cloud Management ServicesOnboardingSoftware ToolsMarketplaceof ServicesIT Building BlocksCloud ManagementCloud Orchestration ProvidersPrivate CloudPublicCloudNetworks – IP/Peering, Private Networks, MobileInternet ExchangeDirect ConnectEthernetMEF CE2.0Cloud-enabled Data Center CampusRightScaleCase Study• Background• Flagship product: Cloud Management Platform• Increases the speed and reliability of developing and managing automated clouds• Situation• Wanted to fully automate and manage thousands of servers in the cloud without alarge team of system administrators• Solution• Created ability to auto-scale, deploy and configure hundreds of servers in minuteswith SaaS model
  13. 13. 13©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.On-ramp to Hybrid Cloud EnablementOnboardingSoftware ToolsMarketplaceof ServicesIT Building BlocksCloud ManagementCloud Orchestration ProvidersPrivate CloudPublicCloudNetworks – IP/Peering, Private Networks, MobileInternet ExchangeDirect ConnectEthernetMEF CE2.0Cloud-enabled Data Center Campus
  14. 14. 14©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.CoreSite Markets and AWSAWS Deployments• Los Angeles (in CoreSite)• Silicon Valley (via DC carrier)• Northern VA (via DC carrier)• New York (in CoreSite)CoreSite’s site-to-site solution Enables customer connectivity to greater number ofAWS locations Provides access to: Open Cloud Exchange Any2 Internet Exchange Internet Exchange Partners AMS-IX, DE-CIX, NYIIX Access to all carrier network providers natively locatedat CoreSite facilities
  15. 15. 15©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.SI & MSP Cloud EnablementOnboardingSoftware ToolsMarketplaceof ServicesIT Building BlocksCloud ManagementCloud Orchestration ProvidersPrivate CloudPublicCloudNetworks – IP/Peering, Private Networks, MobileInternet ExchangeDirect ConnectEthernetMEF CE2.0Cloud-enabled Data Center CampusCSCCase Study• Background• CSC Trusted Cloud Services• Off premises public and virtual private, on premises private and hybrid cloudservices• Situation• Wanted to partner with “best of breed” data center provider• Need consistent security, compliance, reliability, and network availability• Solution• Deployments in Boston, Northern VA, and Santa Clara
  16. 16. 16©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Taking Control ofYour Cloud SuppliersMega-CloudsTelco/ServiceProviderCloudsPrem-BasedClouds
  17. 17. 17©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Reference Architecture: The Data Centeras the On-ramp to Cloud EnablementOnboardingSoftware ToolsMarketplaceof ServicesIT Building BlocksCloud ManagementCloud Orchestration ProvidersPrivate CloudPublicCloudNetworks – IP/Peering, Private Networks, MobileInternet ExchangeDirect ConnectEthernetMEF CE2.0Cloud-enabled Data Center CampusSamsungCase Study• Background• Samsung SDS has deployed a private cloud to launch applications globally• Situation• Wanted to cloudburst servers within an entire application stack into a hybrid cloudenvironment• Open Stack (private) / AWS (public)• Solution• Direct Connect from CoreSite and RightScale cloud management software to:• High-performance (<1ms of application latency)• Optimization and scale via auto-scaling / load balancing)
  18. 18. 18©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Presence in 9 markets that are leading Network, Cloud,Financial, and Commercial HubsHighly Scalable Data Center Platform18Current Markets• Los Angeles• San Francisco BayArea• Northern Virginia• Washington, DC• Boston• Chicago• New York / NewJersey• Miami• Denver15 data centers, 9 markets,2+ million square feet 1.2 million NRSF of existing data center space Ability to nearly double data center footprint atexisting properties 1.3 million of development and redevelopmentspace under CoreSite control
  19. 19. 19©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Data center campuses located in key hubs and “never-go-dark” availability, unmatched scalabilityNetwork density and performance driving interconnection between sellers, partners, and buyersEcosystems and cloud communities connecting in and through CoreSite’s data center campusesSimple. Honest. StrongThe Mesh Provides theFoundation for CoreSiteOur goal is to advance the CoreSite Mesh, the community of serviceproviders and enterprises, interconnecting in and through our data centercampuses to propel performance and growth
  20. 20. 20©Copyright2013CoreSite.AllRightsReserved.Summary and Conclusions Multi-tenant data center architecture has movedfront and center within the WAN Secure private network performance matters Hybrid clouds are quickly becoming the de factostandard and the data center campus is thecloud enabler Complexity and IT skills are making it necessaryfor many to seek help from SIs and MSPs

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