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  1. 1. <Insert Picture Here>IASA Thailand Keynote:Oracle Enterprise Cloud Computing RoadmapName : Tan Meng WaiTitle : Director of Enterprise Architecture
  2. 2. NIST Definition of Cloud ComputingCloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurablecomputing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage,applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisionedand released with minimal management effort or serviceprovider interaction.This cloud model promotes availability and is composed of: 5 Essential Characteristics 3 Service Models 4 Deployment Models •  On-demand self-service •  SaaS •  Public Cloud •  Resource pooling •  PaaS •  Private Cloud •  Rapid elasticity •  IaaS •  Community Cloud •  Measured service •  Hybrid Cloud •  Broad network accessSource: NIST Definition of Cloud Computing v15
  3. 3. Why Cloud Computing? Benefits Speed Cost3
  4. 4. Why Cloud Computing? Challenges / Issues Security QoS Fit4
  5. 5. Why Enterprise Architecture?Business Goals Technology ChallengesDelivering Real Increasing SystemBusiness Value Complexity Enterprise Architecture Reduce Costs Business Infrastructure Integration Faster to Business - IT Alignment Market Intelligence & Enterprise Analysis Mgmt Innovate Applications & Data & Services Content Globalize Security & Application and so on Compliance Development 5
  6. 6. Do You Provide or Use Internal orPrivate Clouds? Yes, in production at scale 11.3% Yes, in limited use 12.8% 28.6% Yes, in pilot stage 4.5% Preliminary planning 4.9% Under consideration 10.5% No 47.4% Don’t know/unsure 8.7%28.6% of respondents have internal or private clouds todaySource: IOUG ResearchWire member study on Cloud Computing, conducted in August-September 2010.
  7. 7. Does Your Company Use Services fromPublic Cloud Providers? Yes 13.8% No 54.6% Under consideration 11.2% Don’t know/unsure 20.4% 13.8% of respondents use public clouds todaySource: IOUG ResearchWire member study on Cloud Computing, conducted in August-September 2010.
  8. 8. Is your Enterprise Architecture cloud ready? Client 1 FBT PAY G NTS TRDS Customs NTS A/c Penalty Data……. •  Which business process, services, application, data RBA De f RRE Re fun ds IPS In tegrate d A/C 1 and infrastructure should IExcise Payments CCD Complian ce Staff CR EC I ADD AW A ELS move into the cloud? StaffBusiness Phone DDDR TASS PKI CDCC CWMS GC I B us. Intel IVR WOC Ref aterial m •  Openness B OA Remote TAX Client B ANK Staff Staff AG ENTS Call Centres B EP Integration Layer •  Security Service Group A Service Group B Service Group C •  Control •  Compliance Application Grid Application Grid Application Grid •  SLA •  Integration Data Grid Data Grid Data Grid Security Layer
  9. 9. Roadmap to Enterprise Cloud Computing Traditional Transitional Optimized IT Cloud 1 Pt. to Pt. Integrations Client FBT PAY G Integration Layer NTS Service Group A Service Group C TRDS Customs NTS A/c Service Group B Inv Data……. SFAProduct product ERP SCM productMES- DB LMS MGMT Penalty SFA-Product ERP- product Dev DB- Stage B2B B2B- PaaS IaaS RBA SFA Stage RRE IPS Integrated A/C Refunds Def SFA- Product ERP- Stage MES- MES- B2B- Stage Application Grid Application Grid Application Grid 1 Dev Test Prod Stage Prod Excise Payments productMES- DB Compliance CR ECI ADD AWA ELS CCD Staff SFAProduct product ERP SCM LMSInv DB- Product product Dev MGMT Data Grid Data Grid Data Grid SaaS Staff Business DDDR Phone TASS ERP- Stage PKI CDCC IVR CWMS GCI WOC Bus. Intel Stage Ref aterial m BOA Security Security Security Security Security Layer Remote TAX Client BANK Staff Staff AGENTS Call Centres B EP Rationalization IT-as-a-Service•  Local IT silos •  Standardized •  Pools of resources •  Rapid provisioning interfaces/systems•  Peak load sized •  Consolidated •  Lower costs •  Lower license and•  Difficult to scale support costs •  Better productivity •  IT as a “Business”•  Difficult to •  Higher QoS •  Faster project •  Increased change utilization of IT turnaround •  Improved IT agility•  Expensive to skills •  Greater focus on manage •  Improved security and business •  Reduced IT project management•  Complexity time/costs/risks •  Higher QoS driven risk
  10. 10. What should you put in the Cloud?Key characteristics of the right service•  Business processes, applications and data that are largely independent •  Easier to run on a separate remote platform •  Less integration and interaction with other parts of the architecture reduces SLA complexity •  On-premise changes have less impact to cloud •  Less data synchronization reduces complexity and errors
  11. 11. What should you put in the Cloud?Key characteristics of the right service•  Integration points between on-premise applications and cloud applications must be well-defined •  Expect to maintain a Hybrid Cloud Model •  Key Integration Challenges :- •  How do I populate data into the cloud application for the first time? •  How do I provision on-premise users into the cloud application? •  How do I manage user access to the cloud application? •  How do I ensure data consistency across all applications? •  How do I optimize business processes across all applications?
  12. 12. What should you put in the Cloud?Key characteristics of the right service•  The security offered by the cloud provider should be good enough for certain types of data •  Do you have an enterprise level data security categorization? •  What are the business risk if the data is lost? •  What are the business risk if the data is compromised? •  If the benefits outweigh the risks then it’s good for cloud
  13. 13. What should you put in the Cloud?Key characteristics of the right service•  Applications must be able to leverage web technologies (able to communicate outside the firewall) •  Legacy applications not recommended unless modernized using web technologies (eg. wrapper) •  Applications that require native interfaces not recommended
  14. 14. More Guidance: Cloud Principles Scalability Architecture makes or breaks an application in the cloud. The defining issue is state management. Design for scale-out The ease of scalability of the cloud can lead to lazy architecture & weak capacity planning, which drives up cost Provision small at first: Make the application prove its needs Availability DR is more important in the public cloud due to the frequency of failures Recovery plans must include all aspects of the infrastructure, not just data Architect so that availability of the entire system is not compromised by one component being unavailable Portability Stuff (data, programs) should be able to move into or out of the cloud easily Security Encryption is more important in public clouds (data at rest and in motion) Performance Design applications so logic can be spread across multiple servers Cluster database or use read-only slaves Use the fastest disk available for databases More layers of virtualization will likely impact disk I/O performance14
  15. 15. What Type of Private Platform andInfrastructure Cloud Services Is YourCompany Providing? Application server platform as a service 24.7% Database platform as a service 21.4% PaaS Identity as a service 4.7% Compute as a service 10.2% Storage as a service 18.1% IaaS Software development and test as a service 14.9% Don’t know/unsure 20.5% None 37.2% Most popular: App Server as a service Database as a serviceSource: IOUG ResearchWire member study on Cloud Computing, conducted in August-September 2010.
  16. 16. Oracle Has a Broad but Focused CloudComputing Strategy Private Cloud Solutions Public Cloud Solutions•  Applications on a shared platform •  Oracle On Demand cloud services•  Database & middleware for PaaS •  Oracle on 3rd party public clouds •  Hardware & systems for IaaS •  Powering 3rd party public clouds Private Cloud Public Clouds Apps I I SaaS N N T T PaaS R PaaS E A R N N E IaaS T E IaaS T Cloud Integration •  Security, business process integration and data integration spanning on-premise and public clouds
  17. 17. Roadmap to Cloud Computing From Consolidation to Private PaaS Exadata and Exalogic as the Foundation for Private PaaS Oracle’s Complete Cloud Offerings
  18. 18. Datacenter EvolutionFrom Consolidation to Private Cloud App1 App2 App3 App1 App2 App3 App1 App2 App3 Consolidate Private PaaS Private PaaS Standardize Private IaaS Private IaaS Silo’d Grid Private Cloud •  Physical •  Virtual •  Self-service •  Dedicated •  Shared services •  Policy-based •  Static •  Dynamic resource •  Standardized management •  Heterogeneous appliances •  Chargeback •  Capacity planning
  19. 19. Server Virtualization and Clustering DeliverResource Pooling and Elastic Scalability Server Virtualization ClusteringMake one physical resource look like many Make many physical resource look like one Consumers Consumers Single Virtual Resource Multiple Virtual Resources Clustering Software Virtualization Software Single Physical Resource Multiple Physical ResourcesBoth server virtualization and clustering are key technologies for cloud
  20. 20. Database Consolidation Approaches Three Options Using Oracle Database 11g Common building blocks are shared server and storage pools DW CRM ERP DW ERP CRM DW ERP CRM DB DB DB DB DB DB DB OS OS OS Oracle VM Oracle VM OS OS OS OS Server Operating System DatabaseDeploy in dedicated VMs Share server pool Share database instances Server virtualization Real Application Clusters Real Application Clusters
  21. 21. Middleware Consolidation Approaches Three Options Using Oracle WebLogic Custom ERP Custom CRM ERP Custom CRM ERP WebLogic WebLogic WebLogic WLS Server WebLogic Server Server WLS VO VO Server Virtualization Option Guest OS Guest OS Oracle VM Oracle VM OS OS Virtualization Virtualization Clustering with Guest OS with no Guest OS Shared App ServerDedicated App Servers Dedicated App Servers Shared Pool of Hardware Server virtualization Higher System Utilization
  22. 22. Roadmap to Cloud Computing From Consolidation to Private PaaS Exadata and Exalogic as the Foundation for Private PaaS Oracle’s Complete Cloud Offerings
  23. 23. Exadata and ExalogicExtreme Performance, Engineered Systems•  Database and middle tier machines•  Unmatched performance, simplified deployment, lower total cost•  Building blocks for private and public PaaS
  24. 24. A Closer Look at Exadata
  25. 25. Oracle Exadata Database MachineFastest OLTP and DW Performance Best for Database Consolidation •  Database Server Pool –  Oracle Database 11g Release 2 –  Oracle Real Application Clusters –  Automatic Storage Management •  Storage Server Pool –  Up to 336 TB disk –  5 TB flash storage –  Oracle Exadata Storage Software •  InfiniBand Network –  40 Gb/sec redundant switches
  26. 26. Oracle Exadata Extreme Performance Query Throughput 75 GB/sec •  Faster Than DW Appliances GB/sec Uncompressed Data Single Rack Flash •  Faster query throughput 20 •  Fastest disk throughput 10 Disk •  Much faster with Flash Teradata Netezza Exadata 2650 TwinFin 12•  More Bandwidth than High-End Arrays Storage Data Bandwidth 75 GB/sec •  Storage Arrays can’t deliver disk bandwidth (Uncompressed GB/sec) Flash •  No extra bandwidth from Flash •  No CPU offload 9 11 ??? Disk 2.5 <6 •  No Columnar Compression IBM NetApp IBM Hitachi EMC Exadata •  No InfiniBand XIV 6080 DS8700 USP V VMAX •  More Data Capacity Systems with Equal User Data All with Largest Disks, 10x Best Compression •  More disk drives/rack 2-4x •  Larger disk drives 3x 1.4x •  Much better compression Teradata EMC Netezza Exadata 2650 VMAX TwinFin 12
  27. 27. A Closer Look at Exalogic
  28. 28. Oracle Exalogic Elastic CloudFastest Java Performance, Best Java Cost/Performance •  Oracle WebLogic Server Grid –  30 compute servers; 360 cores –  2.8 TB DRAM –  960 GB solid-state disk •  Integrated Storage Appliance –  Software images & application files –  40 TB SAS disk storage –  4 TB read & 72 GB write caches •  InfiniBand Network –  40 Gb/sec redundant switches
  29. 29. Oracle Exalogic Extreme Performance•  Internet Applications •  12X improvement Exalogic •  Over 1 Million HTTP Requests/Sec. Alternative •  FaceBook’s Web Traffic on 2 Full Racks•  Messaging Applications •  4.5X improvement Exalogic •  Over 1.8 Million Messages/Sec. •  All Chinese Rail Ticketing on 1 Rack Alternative•  Database Applications •  1.4X improvement •  Almost 2 million JPA Operations/Sec. Alternative Exalogic •  All E-Bay Product Searches on 1/2 Rack
  30. 30. Roadmap to Cloud Computing From Consolidation to Private PaaS Exadata and Exalogic as the Foundation for Private PaaS Oracle’s Complete Cloud Offerings
  31. 31. Oracle Cloud Solutions Applications Cloud Management Oracle Enterprise Manager Custom Apps Oracle Applications ISV Apps Application Performance Mgmt Platform as a Service Lifecycle Integration: Process Mgmt: Security: User Interaction: Management SOA Suite BPM Suite Identity Mgmt WebCenter Application Grid: WebLogic Server, Coherence, JRockit Configuration Exalogic Elastic Cloud Management Database Grid: Oracle Database, Database Options Application Exadata Database Machine Quality Mgmt Infrastructure as a Service Oracle Solaris Operating Systems: Oracle Enterprise Linux Oracle Linux Ops Center Oracle VM for SPARC (LDom) Oracle VM for x86 Solaris Containers Physical & Virtual Servers Systems Mgmt Storage
  32. 32. Oracle Cloud Management Capabilities Cloud Management CapabilitiesSelf-Service Metering and Policy-Driven Capacity AssemblyProvisioning Resource Mgmt Packaging Chargeback Planning Foundation Capabilities for Managing Datacenters Configuration Lifecycle and Compliance Management Application Application Performance Quality Management Management Full Apps to Disk Management
  33. 33. Database Security for Cloud Environments Audit Trail Consolidation Unauthorized DBA Activity Auditing Procurement Multi-factor Authorization Authorization HR DB Consolidation SecurityApplications Authentication Rebates Network SQL Monitoring and Blocking Encrypted Encrypted Encrypted Data Database Backups Traffic Masking
  34. 34. Securing Cloud with Oracle IdentityManagement On-Premise Private Cloud Public Clouds Oracle Apps ISV Apps Custom Apps SaaS Apps Cloud Identity Services Oracle Platform Security Services Authentication Authorization Roles & Auditing Identity User Data Federation Entitlements Provisioning Standards-based Interfaces Oracle Identity Management Identity Store, Credential Store, and Policy Store ProvidersAccess Management Identity Administration Identity Analytics Directory Services
  35. 35. Integrating On-Premise Apps with Cloud Apps Firewall Security Perimeter Oracle BPM Suite Oracle Identity Manager & Identity Analytics ERP PLM SCM HCM CRMCRM Oracle SOA Suite DATA SYNC Oracle Data Integrator Oracle GoldenGate Firewall Security PerimeterChallenges across the divide between On-premise and Cloud Apps•  How do I populate data into the cloud application for the first time? Oracle Data Integrator•  How do I provision on-premise users into the cloud application? Oracle Identity Manager•  How do I manage user access to the cloud application? Oracle Identity Manager & Analytics•  How do I ensure data consistency across all applications? Oracle GoldenGate & SOA Suite•  How do I optimize business processes across all applications? Oracle BPM Suite & SOA Suite
  36. 36. Summary From Consolidation to Private PaaS Exadata and Exalogic as the Foundation for Private PaaS Oracle’s Complete Cloud Offerings
  37. 37. oracle.com/cloud

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