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Cloud Concepts. Rick Fleming HP Federal Practice Lead February 2009. The Third Generation. reach. The Cloud. virtualized services. The Web. information & e-commerce. The Internet.

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Cloud Concepts

Rick Fleming

HP Federal Practice Lead

February 2009


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The Third Generation

reach

TheCloud

virtualized services

TheWeb

information &e-commerce

TheInternet

“A pool of abstracted, highly scalable, and managed infrastructure capable of hosting end-customer applications and billed by consumption,” Forrester

connectivity

time

1970

1980

1990

2000

2005

2010

2020

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“Everything as a Service”Delivered by the Cloud

Business Apps

Media sharing

Backup

Management Apps

Search

Mobile Services

Email

ProductivityApps

Location-BasedServices

SocialNetworking

Storage onDemand

Platformon Demand

Infrastructureon Demand

Cloud Computing Means Many Different Things To Different People

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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: everything is a service

New capabilities: multi-tenant software

New connections: information in context


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

Service providers

Service users

New connections

Services and data break apart

Information relevance

New capabilities

Flexible consumption

Multi-tenant applications

New accessEaaS

Existing apps and infrastructure

Contract-based consumption

Technology over the internet


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Massive Scale-out and the Cloud

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Adaptive Infrastructure and Business Technology Optimization enable an automated service environment

Business outcomes

Business outcome

Technology-enabledservices

Business Technology Optimization

Enterprise-class applications

Global-class cloud services

Infrastructure as a service

Adaptive Infrastructure

Pooled resources -- shared infrastructure

Adaptive Infrastructure

Pooled resources -- shared infrastructure

Internally hosted

Infrastructure Utilityheterogeneous, distributed design

Infrastructure Utilityhomogeneous, centralized design

Externally hosted


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Cloud Computing Defined

  • 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.

  • Not all applications will move to the cloud. However, we believe that on the margin, new applications, usage and customers are moving to the cloud.

  • 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.

Cloud Applications

On-Demand Applications

MIDDLEWARE

DATABASE

PLATFORMS

Cloud Infrastructure

COMPUTING

STORAGE

NETWORK


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Secure Cloud Computing Model Cloud Computing Vision

Cloud Services

Cloud Management

SLA & SYSTEM REPORTING

PROXY/GATEWAYS

COLLABORATION

TEST MANAGEMENT

PORTAL

WEB SERVER &PORTAL SVCS

DIRECTORY SERVICES

CROSS DOMAIN SERVICES

TEST DATA ACCESS

CLOUD ORCHESTRATION & ACCOUNTING

BUDGETING & FINANCIAL TOOLS

APP DEPLOYMENT SERVICES

NETWORK SIMULATION

LIVE DATA STREAMS

BUSINESS SERVICE MGMT

SECURITY EVALUATION SVCS

VERSION CONTROL SERVICES

RELEASE AND FAILBACK SERVICES

USER CONTROLLED BACKUP/ARCHIVE

IT SERVICE MGMT

SECURITY MGMT

Cloud Infrastructure

MIDDLEWARE

IT OPERATIONS

DATABASE

PROVISIONING

PLATFORMS

PROCESSING

BACKUP/ARCHIVE

STORAGE

CONFIGURATION MGMT

NETWORK


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Benefits of Secure Cloud ComputingStakeholder Views and Solution Aspects

Benefits of Cloud Computing Span the Organization


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Infrastructure delivery options:

On premises

Off premises

Mission critical

Predictable demand

High security

Legacy / heterogeneous

High internal staffing

Mission critical

Predictable demand

High security

Reduced cap ex

Reduced internal staffing

Dedicated

W

W

W

W

W

W

Non-critical

Variable demand

High security and performance transparency

Some standardization

Non-critical

Variable demand

Lower security and performance transparency

Highly standardized

W

W

W

W

Shared

W

W

W

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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.


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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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