Using cloud computing to deliver innovation and efficiency. Why Cloud Computing – Why Now ! Today’s IT infrastructure is under tremendous pressure and is finding it difficult to keep up…. Spending (US$B). Installed Base (M Units). $300. 50. Power and cooling costs x8
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Power and cooling costs x8
IT Management and admin costs x4
New server spending
Source: IDC, Virtualization 2.0: The Next Phase in Customer Adoption, Doc #204904, Dec 2006
70 percent is spent on maintaining current IT infrastructures versus adding new capabilities
In distributed computing environments, up to 85 percent of computing capacity sits idle
“Cloud Computing” is an IT Services Delivery Model where IT resources are provisioned in highly virtualized environment and delivered to end userover a network
An infrastructure management and services delivery method
A user experience & business model
Cloud Computing - Strategic View
Without cloud computing
With cloud computing
Note: Elements of cloud computing taken from NIST, Gartner, Forrester and IDC cloud computing definitions
Risk & Compliance
34,000-employee bank deploying a private cloud from IBM to centralize management of desktops via an enterprise class data center rather than at the user stations.
Gets greater remote flexibility without sacrificing control.
Enable collaboration across global employees as well as its network of customers, partners and suppliers.
IBM LotusLive has 18 million users in 99 countries
Time to Value
Creates an ecosystem for PayPal 3rd Party developers
Reduces developer effort to deploy a work environment with seamless PayPal Test Sandbox access
Analytics & Security
Design and demonstration of a secure cloud infrastructure for defense and intelligence networks; insights about cyber attacks, network, system or application failures, while automatically preventing disruptions.
Reduced IT labor cost by 50 percentin configuration, operations, management and monitoring
Improved capital utilization by 75 percent,significantly reducing resources costs
Reduced provisioning cycle times from weeks to minutes
Improved quality,eliminating 30 percent of software defects
Reduced end userIT support costs by up to 40 percent
Reduction in Energy ConsumptionBusinesses that implement cloud computing are seeing significant results
Results from IBM cloud computing engagements
Increasing speed and flexibility
SOURCE: Based on IBM and client experience.
Development & Stability
* Content from Gartner
High availability will be a key concern. IT departments will worry about a loss of service should outages occur. Mission critical applications may not run in the cloud without strong availability guarantees.
Many companies and governments are uncomfortable with the idea of their information located on systems they do not control. Providers must offer a high degree of security transparency to help put customers at ease.
Migrating workloads to a shared network and compute infrastructure increases the potential for unauthorized exposure. Authentication and access technologies become increasingly important.
Complying with SOX, HIPAA and other regulations may prohibit the use of clouds for some applications. Comprehensive auditing capabilities are essential.
Providers must supply easy controls to manage firewall and security settings for applications and runtime environments in the cloud.
Cloud Computing – Risks
Req for resources for development
Weather Service Development
Req for Resource in production
Weather ServiceCloud Computing in Action
Cloud mgmt System
Open API Install/Develop
Open API Install/Dev.
Customer Operations Transformation (COT)
Intelligent Utility Network (IUN)
Smart Metering & Beyond
IUN Communications Networks
Distributed Energy Resources
Physical and Cyber Security
Solution Architecture for Energy& Utilities Framework (SAFE)
Servers, storage, communications networks and equipment and associated services
Cloud fitment in Energy Transmission & Distribution utility’s business and technology needs across the full energy value chain
Smarter ways of managing power transmission and distribution have evolved (Intelligent Networks / Smarter GRIDs)
Meter Data Mgmt
Remote Asset Monitoring
Data Collection Engine
How Cloud computing will help conserve Energy utility’s business and technology needs across the full energy value chain
Cloud Adoption – ?? Confusion Continues ?? utility’s business and technology needs across the full energy value chain
Cloud is Real with right Strategy
Plan and Prepare
Pilot and Deploy
Extend and Evolve
Smart Business Storage Cloud utility’s business and technology needs across the full energy value chain
Smart Business Desktop Cloud
Smart Business Test Cloud
Compute on Demand Cloud
Information Protection Services
CloudBurstIBM have Offerings to match
Cloud Consulting –
Plan and Prepare
Pilot and Deploy
Extend and Evolve