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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
The Third
Generation
reach
The
Cloud

The virtualized
services
Web

information &
e-commerce
The
Internet “A pool of abstracted,
connectivity highly scalable, and
managed infrastructure
capable of hosting end-time
1970 1980 1990 2000 2005 applications
customer 2010 2020 and
billed by consumption,”
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Forrester
“Everything as a Service”
Delivered by the Cloud

Media sharing Business Apps

Backup
Management Apps
Search
Mobile Services
Email

Productivity Location-Based
Apps Services
Social
Networking Platform Storage
on
on Demand Infrastructure Demand
on Demand

Cloud Computing Means


Many Different Things To
3 Different People
What do we mean by cloud?
Service providers Service users

The cloud is a means by which global class,


highly scalable and flexible services can be
delivered and consumed over the internet
through an as-needed, pay-per-use business
model.

What’s new?
New access: New capabilities: New connections:
everything is a multi-tenant information in
service software context

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The cloud (r)evolution: solving
problems that current technology
models can’t solve

Service providers Service users

Services and Information


New connections
data break relevance
apart

Multi-tenant New capabilities Flexible


applications consumption

New access
EaaS
Existing apps
and Contract-
infrastructure Technology over the internet based
consumption

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Massive Scale-out and the Cloud
Enterprise Class Global class
On-premise Hybrid/off-premise

100s -1000s of nodes 10,000+ nodes

Proprietary Commodity

HW resiliency SW resiliency

Max performance Max efficiency

Silo’ed Resources Shared Resources

Clusters Grids/Cloud

Static Elastic
Value/
Cost-Center Shared storage Replicated storage
Revenue-Center
Facility costs Power Usage Efficiency

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Adaptive Infrastructure and Business Technology
Optimization enable an automated service
environment

Business outcome
Business outcomes

Technology-enabled
services
Business Technology Optimization
Enterprise-class Global-class cloud
applications services

Infrastructure as a service
Internally hosted
Externally hosted

Infrastructure Utility
Adaptive Infrastructure
heterogeneous, distributed
Infrastructure
Adaptive Utility
Infrastructure
homogeneous, centralized design
design infrastructure
Pooled resources -- shared Pooled resources -- shared infrastructure
Cloud Computing Defined
Cloud • What is the Cloud? Applications
On-Demand Applications
Applications are increasingly “click to run”
services that live in remote
Internet data centers – not on the
MIDDLEWARE PC or local server. They scale to
millions and use shared IT
DATABASE infrastructure.

• Not all applications will move to


PLATFORMS
Cloud the cloud. However, we believe
Infrastructure that on the margin, new
COMPUTING applications, usage and
customers are moving to the
STORAGE cloud.

NETWORK • This is a disruptive change,


impacting the user experience,
the economics of the IT industry,
product design, how companies
go to market, and value capture
for developers, distributors &
partners.
Secure Cloud Computing Model
Cloud Computing Vision
Cloud Services Cloud Management

SLA & SYSTEM TEST


PROXY/GATEWAYS COLLABORATION
REPORTING MANAGEMENT PORTAL

WEB SERVER DIRECTORY CROSS DOMAIN TEST DATA


CLOUD ORCHESTRATION
&PORTAL SVCS SERVICES SERVICES ACCESS
& ACCOUNTING
BUDGETING & APP DEPLOYMENT NETWORK LIVE DATA
FINANCIAL TOOLS SERVICES SIMULATION STREAMS BUSINESS SERVICE MGMT
VERSION RELEASE AND USER
SECURITY
CONTROL FAILBACK CONTROLLED
EVALUATION SVCS
SERVICES SERVICES BACKUP/ARCHIVE
IT SERVICE MGMT

Cloud Infrastructure SECURITY MGMT

MIDDLEWARE
IT OPERATIONS
DATABASE

PLATFORMS PROVISIONING

PROCESSING
BACKUP/ARCHIVE
STORAGE

CONFIGURATION MGMT
NETWORK
Benefits of Secure Cloud Computing
Stakeholder Views and Solution Aspects

Stakeholder Secure Cloud Computing Benefits

• Reduce Acquisition Cycle • Reduce TCO


Business • Pay based on Use • Increase Service Levels
• Dashboard View of IT • Improve Customer Support

• Instant, Reliable Deployment • Reduce Manpower


IT • Control tower automation • Increase Manageability
• Standard, Secure Platforms • Minimize Security Risks

• On-line Self Service Portal • Cut Development Cycle


Developers • Rapid Access to Services • Ensure Interoperability
• Value Added Capabilities • Speed C&A Process

• ‘Unlimited’ Capacity • Increase Productivity


Users • Assured Service Delivery • IT Capability keeps pace with
• Flexible and Reconfigurable Business need

Benefits of Cloud Computing Span the


Organization
Infrastructure delivery options:
On premises Off premises

Mission critical Mission critical

Predictable demand Predictable demand

Dedicated High security High security

Legacy / heterogeneous Reduced cap ex


W W W W W W
High internal staffing Reduced internal
staffing

Non-critical Non-critical
Variable demand Variable demand
W W W W
Shared High security and Lower security and
performance performance
W
transparency W W
transparency W
Some standardization Highly standardized

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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. Our model is fully-automated self-service
environment.
− A standardized development environment.
− A dynamic resource.
− A means to reduce hardware hoarded “just in case”.
− For development, debug, and unit test.
− Built on dependable servers and SAN.

• DDE Benefits
− Reduces number of physical servers required.
− Reduces the number of operating system instances.
− Quicker turn around time when provisioning aserver.
− Saving of server configurations for an application environment.
OpenCirrus cloud computing research
testbed http://www.cloudtestbed.org/
• An open, internet-scale global
testbed for cloud computing
research
− a tool for collaborative research
− focus: data center management & cloud
services

• Resources:
− Multi-continent, multi-datacenter, 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, Yahoo!
− Initial Partners: UIUC, Singapore IDA, KIT,
NSF
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