Cloud Concepts

Rick Fleming HP Federal Practice Lead

February 2009

Technology for better business outcomes
© 2009 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice

” Forrester time 1990 2000 2005 2010 2020 . connectivity and managed infrastructure capable of hosting end-customer applications and billed by consumption.The Third Generation reach The Cloud The Web information & e-commerce virtualized services The Internet 1970 2 1980 “A pool of abstracted. highly scalable.

“Everything as a Service” Delivered by the Cloud Media sharing Backup Management Apps Search Email Productivity Apps Social Networking Mobile Services Business Apps Location-Based Services Platform on Demand Storage on Demand Infrastructure on Demand Cloud Computing Means Many Different Things To Different People 3 .

highly scalable and flexible services can be delivered and consumed over the internet through an as-needed.What do we mean by cloud? Service providers Service users The cloud is a means by which global class. What‟s new? New access: everything is a service 4 New capabilities: multi-tenant software New connections: information in context . pay-per-use business model.

The cloud (r)evolution: solving problems that current technology models can‟t solve Service providers Services and data break apart Multi-tenant applications New connections Service users Information relevance New capabilities Flexible consumption New access EaaS Existing apps and infrastructure Contract-based consumption Technology over the internet 5 25-Jul-12 .

Massive Scale-out and the Cloud Enterprise Class On-premise 100s -1000s of nodes Proprietary HW resiliency Max performance Silo‟ed Resources Clusters Static Global class Hybrid/off-premise 10.000+ nodes Commodity SW resiliency Max efficiency Shared Resources Grids/Cloud Elastic Cost-Center Value/ Shared storage Replicated storage Revenue-Center Facility costs Power Usage Efficiency 6 17 Decmeber 2008 .

shared infrastructure Internally hosted Infrastructure as a service Infrastructure Utility Adaptive Infrastructure homogeneous.Adaptive Infrastructure and Business Technology Optimization enable an automated service environment Business outcomes Business outcome Technology-enabled services Business Technology Optimization Enterprise-class applications Global-class cloud services Externally hosted Infrastructure Utility Adaptive Infrastructure heterogeneous. centralized design Pooled resources -.shared infrastructure . distributed design Pooled resources -.

how companies go to market. However. distributors & partners. impacting the user experience. new applications.Cloud Computing Defined Cloud Applications On-Demand Applications • MIDDLEWARE DATABASE Cloud Infrastructure What is the Cloud? Applications are increasingly “click to run” services that live in remote Internet data centers – not on the PC or local server. They scale to millions and use shared IT infrastructure. This is a disruptive change. we believe that on the margin. product design. Not all applications will move to the cloud. and value capture for developers. the economics of the IT industry. • PLATFORMS COMPUTING STORAGE NETWORK • . usage and customers are moving to the cloud.

Secure Cloud Computing Model Cloud Computing Vision Cloud Services SLA & SYSTEM REPORTING PROXY/GATEWAY S COLLABORATION TEST MANAGEMENT Cloud Management PORTAL CLOUD ORCHESTRATION & ACCOUNTING BUSINESS SERVICE MGMT WEB SERVER &PORTAL SVCS BUDGETING & FINANCIAL TOOLS SECURITY EVALUATION SVCS DIRECTORY SERVICES APP DEPLOYMENT SERVICES VERSION CONTROL SERVICES CROSS DOMAIN SERVICES NETWORK SIMULATION RELEASE AND FAILBACK SERVICES TEST DATA ACCESS LIVE DATA STREAMS USER CONTROLLED BACKUP/ARCHIVE IT SERVICE MGMT Cloud Infrastructure MIDDLEWARE SECURITY MGMT IT OPERATIONS DATABASE PLATFORMS PROCESSING BACKUP/ARCHIVE STORAGE NETWORK CONFIGURATION MGMT PROVISIONING .

Reliable Deployment Control tower automation Standard.Benefits of Secure Cloud Computing Stakeholder Views and Solution Aspects Stakeholder • Secure Cloud Computing Reduce Acquisition Cycle Pay based on Use Dashboard View of IT Instant. Secure Platforms On-line Self Service Portal Rapid Access to Services Value Added Capabilities „Unlimited‟ Capacity Assured Service Delivery Flexible and Reconfigurable • • • Benefits Reduce TCO Increase Service Levels Improve Customer Support Reduce Manpower Increase Manageability Minimize Security Risks Cut Development Cycle Ensure Interoperability Speed C&A Process Increase Productivity IT Capability keeps pace with Business need Business • • • • • • IT • • • • • • Developers • • • • • Users • • Benefits of Cloud Computing Span the Organization .

Infrastructure delivery options: On premises Mission critical Predictable demand Off premises Mission critical Predictable demand High security Dedicated High security Legacy / heterogeneous W W W Reduced cap ex W W W High internal staffing Reduced internal staffing Non-critical Non-critical Shared Variable demand W W W Variable demand W W High security and performance transparency W Lower security and performance transparency W W Highly standardized Some standardization 11 .

− Built on dependable servers and SAN. • DDE Benefits − − − − Reduces number of physical servers required. Quicker turn around time when provisioning aserver. Reduces the number of operating system instances. .The Dynamic Development Environment (DDE) • DDE Overview. The Dynamic Development Environment (DDE) is a free foundation service for HP-IT teams that provides multiple development environments on demand leveraging existing HP services and standards. − A standardized development environment. debug. Saving of server configurations for an application environment. − A means to reduce hardware hoarded “just in case”. and unit test. − For development. Our model is fully-automated self-service environment. − A dynamic resource.

OpenCirrus cloud computing research testbed http://www.org/ • An open. cloud computing system − “Centers of Excellence” around the globe • each with 100–400+ nodes and up to ~2PB storage • and running a suite of cloud services • Structure: a loose federation − Sponsors: HP Labs. Intel Research. NSF 13 July 25. Yahoo! − Initial Partners: UIUC.cloudtestbed. multi-datacenter. 2012 © Hewlett-Packard Company . internet-scale global testbed for cloud computing research − a tool for collaborative research − focus: data center management & cloud services • Resources: − Multi-continent. Singapore IDA. KIT.

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