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Adopting Enterprise Cloud Computing

Rex Wang VP Infrastructure & Management Sushil Kumar VP Product Strategy & Business Development

The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracles products remain at the sole discretion of Oracle.

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Cloud Is At the Peak of the Hype Curve

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What Is Cloud Computing?


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Often characterized by: Virtualized computing resources Seemingly limitless capacity/scalability Dynamic provisioning
* Source: Wikipedia.org

Self-service Pay-for-use pricing

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Pros and Cons


Benefits Challenges/Issues

Speed Cost Fit

Security QoS

Source: IDC eXchange, "IT Cloud Services User Survey, pt. 2: Top Benefits & Challenges," (http://blogs.idc.com/ie/?p=210), October 2, 2008

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Cloud Computing
SaaS | PaaS | IaaS
Public Clouds

&

Public | Private | Hybrid


Private Cloud
I N T R A N E T SaaS PaaS IaaS

SaaS PaaS IaaS

I N T E R N E T Both offer: High efficiency High availability Elastic capacity

Users

Public Clouds: Lower upfront costs Economies of scale Simpler to manage OpEx

Private Cloud: Lower total costs Greater control over security, compliance & quality of service Easier integration CapEx & OpEx

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Public Cloud Will Grow To 10% Of Enterprise IT Spend By 2013

Public Cloud vs. On-Premise

Source: IDC eXchange, "IDC's New IT Cloud Services Forecast: 2009-2013," (http://blogs.idc.com/ie/?p=543), October 5, 2009

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44% of Large Enterprises Are Interested In Building An Internal Cloud

Source: Cloud Computing, Compute-As-A-Service: Interest And Adoption By Company Size, Forrester Research, Inc., February 27, 2009

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Awareness and Adoption of Cloud Principles Is Growing


Use of Cloud Principles

30%
30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0%
Yrs 1- 3 <1 <1 1-3 No plan

18%

17%

19% 15%

Implementing

Planning to Implement

Source: Oracle Private Cloud Computing for Executives Survey, 2009

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Why Private Cloud Instead of Public


Greater control over security and compliance Easier integration w ith existing/other investments Low er costs over the long term Higher quality of service Better platform for innovation and competitive advantage Greater flexibility in selection of data center locations Other

30% 19% 15% 14% 12% 11% 1%


5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35%

0%

Source: Oracle Private Cloud Computing for Executives Survey, 2009

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Oracle Cloud Computing Strategy


Our objectives: Ensure that cloud computing is fully enterprise grade Support both public and private cloud computing give customers choice

Public Clouds
2 Provide enabling 1 Offer customers a

Private Cloud

technology to other cloud providers

SaaS PaaS

IaaS

growing number of applications as SaaS services I N T E R N E T 3 Give customers the choice to deploy Oracle technologies in either private clouds or public IaaS clouds

I N T R A N E T

SaaS PaaS IaaS

Users

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Oracle Cloud Computing Strategy


Our objectives: Ensure that cloud computing is fully enterprise grade Support both public and private cloud computing give customers choice

Public Clouds
2 Provide enabling 1 Offer customers a

Private Cloud

technology to other cloud providers

SaaS PaaS

IaaS

growing number of applications as SaaS services I N T E R N E T 3 Give customers the choice to deploy Oracle technologies in either private clouds or public IaaS clouds

I N T R A N E T

SaaS PaaS IaaS

Users

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Oracle SaaS Applications


Available Today

CRM

Wide range of applications Integrated Enterprise-grade


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Collaboration

Life Sciences: Drug Safety


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Oracle On Demand
Flexible Deployment Options
Multi-Tenant SaaS Single-Tenant SaaS Hosted & Managed Remote Management On-Premise

Public Pay-per-use OpEx Off-premise Managed by vendor Vendor scheduled maintenance

Private Licensed CapEx & OpEx On-premise Managed by Customer

Customer scheduled maintenance

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Oracle Cloud Computing Strategy


Our objectives: Ensure that cloud computing is fully enterprise grade Support both public and private cloud computing give customers choice

Public Clouds
2 Provide enabling 1 Offer customers a

Private Cloud

technology to other cloud providers

SaaS PaaS

IaaS

growing number of applications as SaaS services I N T E R N E T 3 Give customers the choice to deploy Oracle technologies in either private clouds or public IaaS clouds

I N T R A N E T

SaaS PaaS IaaS

Users

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Oracle Platform for SaaS


SaaS App 1 SaaS App 2 SaaS App 3

Integration: SOA Suite

Process Mgmt: BPM Suite

Security: Identity Mgmt

Oracle Enterprise Manager


User Interaction:

WebCenter

Application Performance Management Configuration Management Lifecycle Management Application Quality Management

Application Grid: WebLogic Server, Coherence, Tuxedo, JRockit Database Grid: Oracle Database, RAC, ASM, Partitioning, IMDB Cache, Active Data Guard, Database Security Operating Systems: Oracle Enterprise Linux Virtualization: Oracle VM

Oracle Platform for SaaS Comprehensive platform to build, deploy and manage SaaS applications Service provider reliability, availability, scalability and security Single platform for both on-premise and SaaS-based deployments Multi-tenant
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Rackspace Public PaaS


Oracle VM, WebLogic, Oracle Database, RAC

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250+ Cloud Service Providers Have Adopted Oracles Platform for SaaS

8 out of 10 SaaS vendors delivering business-critical applications run on Oracle. Nucleus Research

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Oracle Cloud Computing Strategy


Our objectives: Ensure that cloud computing is fully enterprise grade Support both public and private cloud computing give customers choice

Public Clouds
2 Provide enabling 1 Offer customers a

Private Cloud

technology to other cloud providers

SaaS PaaS

IaaS

growing number of applications as SaaS services I N T E R N E T 3 Give customers the choice to deploy Oracle technologies in either private clouds or public IaaS clouds

I N T R A N E T

SaaS PaaS IaaS

Users

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Deploy Oracle Technology In Either Public Or Private Clouds


http://aws.amazon.com/solutions/featured-partners/oracle/

Oracle Database, Fusion Middleware & Enterprise Manager supported on EC2 Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) Oracle Database Secure Backup to S3

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Oracle Application Express


Quickly develop web-based database applications Self-service provisioning and wizard-based app design Dedicated workspaces in a shared environment Deploy without lock-in to your data center, Amazon EC2 or other APEX hosters

Your Data Center


Deployment options

Amazon EC2

apex.oracle.com

Oracle Application Express

Apex hosters
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Enterprise Evolution To Cloud


Public Clouds
IaaS

Hybrid
IaaS

PaaS

Public Cloud Evolution Private Cloud Evolution


App1 App2 App3 App1 App2 App3

SaaS PaaS SaaS

Virtual Private Cloud

App1 App2 App3

App1 App2 App3

Private PaaS Private IaaS

Private PaaS Private IaaS

Private PaaS Private IaaS

Silod
Physical Dedicated Static Heterogeneous

Grid
Virtual Shared services Dynamic Standardized appliances

Private Cloud

Hybrid

Self-service Federation with public clouds Policy-based resource mgmt Interoperability Chargeback Cloud bursting Capacity planning

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Case Study: Oracle IT

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Oracle IT: Oracle University


Dynamic Provisioning with Grid Computing
Education Services 2,300 environments automatically provisioned weekly 1/10th the hardware CPU utilization increased from 7% to 73% Floor space reduced 50% Power consumption reduced 40% Servers:Administrator ratio increased 10X Revenue/Server increased 10X

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Oracle IT: Oracle On Demand


High Efficiency with Grid Computing
Public SaaS and Managed Services Over 3.6 million end users 50 systems provisioned/week 159 refreshed, 30 patches 89% running on latest release Hardware reduced 67% CPU utilization increased from 9% to 55%

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Oracle IT: Oracle Development


Self-Service Private Cloud
Dev/Test for Oracle Database, Fusion Middleware & Enterprise Manager 6,000 VMs across 2,600 physical servers, self-service for over 3,500 developers 45,000 jobs/day Utilization 80%

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Oracle Cloud Platform & Cloud Management


Application 1 Application 1 Application 2 Application 2 Application 3 Application 3

Platform as a Service
Shared Services
Integration: SOA Suite Process Mgmt: BPM Suite Security: Identity Mgmt
User Interaction:

Cloud Management
WebCenter

Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Mgmt

Application Grid: WebLogic Server, Coherence, Tuxedo, JRockit Database Grid: Oracle Database, RAC, ASM, Partitioning, IMDB Cache, Active Data Guard, Database Security

Lifecycle Management Application Performance Management Application Quality Management

Infrastructure as a Service
Operating Systems: Oracle Enterprise Linux Operating Systems: Oracle Enterprise Linux Virtualization: Oracle VM Servers Storage

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Cloud Management Roadmap


Application 1 Application 1 Application 2 Application 2 Application 3 Application 3

Cloud Management
Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Mgmt

Platform as a Service
Shared Services

Lifecycle Management
Integration: SOA Suite Process Mgmt: BPM Suite Security: Identity Mgmt
User Interaction:

WebCenter

Application Performance Management Application Quality Management Self-Service Assembly Builder Policy-based Resource Scheduling Metering/Chargeback Capacity & Consolidation Planning Federated Management

Application Grid: WebLogic Server, Coherence, Tuxedo, JRockit Database Grid: Oracle Database, RAC, ASM, Partitioning, IMDB Cache, Active Data Guard, Database Security

Infrastructure as a Service
Operating Systems: Oracle Enterprise Linux Virtualization: Oracle VM Servers Storage

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Oracle Cloud Computing


Summary
Oracles cloud computing strategy is to offer: 1. SaaS and Managed Services (Oracle On Demand) 2. Technology to other cloud service providers (Oracle Platform for SaaS) 3. Technology that customers can run in either public and private clouds Oracle best positioned to help enterprise data centers evolve to become private cloud service providers - Thanks to our years of investment in developing Grid technologies - Oracle provides Grid capabilities in every layer of the stack Infrastructure to Applications Oracle offers a comprehensive set of building blocks for building and managing public and private clouds from applications to disk

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