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Enterprise grid alliance reference model dave pearson ega emea regional steering committee

Enterprise Grid AllianceReference Model Dave PearsonEGA EMEA Regional Steering Committee

Accelerating the Deployment of Grids in Enterprise Data Centers


Enterprise grid computing landscape
Enterprise Grid Computing Landscape

  • Different priorities to traditional Grid community

    • All about guarantees and not just best efforts

    • Mission critical applications

  • Commercial and technical workload

    • Traditional mixed workload, transactional (OLTP) and batch

    • Data warehousing

    • Web services and service oriented architectures

    • Compute and I/O intensive

  • Key benefits - economies of scale

    • Better performance, scaling, throughput and resilience

    • Greater efficiency and agility

  • Widespread evaluation/pilots

    • Benefits and value starting to be recognized

    • Leading edge users seeking competitive advantage

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Barriers to enterprise grid adoption
Barriers to Enterprise Grid Adoption

  • Reluctance to risk mission critical applications

  • Confusion

    • What is Grid?

    • How to apply grid in commercial data centers?

  • Immaturity

    • Incomplete models

    • Lack of stable standards

    • Shortage of case studies and proven roadmaps

    • Unproven interoperability between vendor products

  • Additional inhibitors

    • Cultural attitudes toward exclusive ownership of IT assets

    • Trust and accounting model issues

    • Licensing and resource sharing concerns

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Enterprise grid alliance
Enterprise Grid Alliance

  • Vendor neutral consortium

    • 30+ leading vendors and end-users

  • Global participation

    • HQ in US, regional steering committees in Japan and EMEA

  • Clear mission

    • Accelerating the deployment of Grids in enterprise data centers

    • Single focus: enterprise data centers

  • Not a traditional standards body

    • Achieve results through collaboration

    • Create standards as a last resort

  • Pay-to-play level playing field

    • Open to ALL stakeholders

    • One company one vote

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Ega membership growth 32 60 percent growth since april 2004 launch
EGA Membership Growth – 32(60 percent growth since April 2004 launch )

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Enterprise grid alliance working groups
Enterprise Grid Alliance Working Groups

  • Reference Model

    • Common lexicon/taxonomy/model

    • Use cases

  • Component Provisioning

    • Requirements for provisioning (including use cases)

    • Initially focused on servers

  • Data Provisioning

    • Provisioning and management of data

  • Security

    • Requirements exclusive to grids

  • Utility Accounting

    • Requirements for enabling utility billing and pricing

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Ega role as requirements definer
EGA Role as Requirements Definer

Enterprise

Users*

Education

Reference Model

Profiles

Standards

Reference Architectures

Proof Points

Demonstrations

Requirements

Inhibitors To Adoption

EGA

Requirements, Model,

Glossary, Use Cases

Standards

Standard

Interfaces/APIs

Architectures

Vendors

Standards

Bodies

  • *Enterprise users

    • Commercial end users

    • Public sector end users

    • Systems integrators

    • Solutions providers

Compliant

Implementations,

Products

Requirements, Model,

Glossary, Use Cases

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Ega reference model
EGA Reference Model

  • Glossary

    • Defines a framework for classifying Grid resources/services together with their relationships and dependencies in a conceptual component architectural setting

  • Model

    • Context for requirements, solutions and comparisons

    • Vendor neutral

    • Technology/implementation agnostic

    • Describes existing data centers

    • Does not assume a particular technology roadmap

  • Use cases

    • Set of commercial enterprise community-centric use cases

    • Consistent and relevant requirements for partner SDOs and all other enterprise Grid stakeholders

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Ega reference model glossary
EGA Reference Model: Glossary

  • An enterprise Grid is a collection of interconnected (networked) Grid components under the control of a Grid Management Entity (GME)

  • Grid component - A super class of object including everything that is managed in an enterprise Grid

    • Physical: servers, disks, switches, etc.

    • Logical: services, applications, operating systems, load balancing software, tiers of services, etc.

  • Grid management entity - the logical aggregation that managed the enterprise Grid

    • People

    • Process

    • Technology

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Ega reference model classifying grid components

Biz Process/-Service

E-Bookstore

ERP Service

Online Bank

Virtualized

Platform

Load Balanced Farms

Web Server Farm

Clusters

Federation

Aggregations

Platform Instance

Web Server

Application Server

Database

LDAP

Load Balancers, Global IP in

clusters

Network

File systems -

NFS, CIFS

Virtualized OS

eg N1 Grid Containers, BSD Jails etc.

Virtualized

OE

OS - eg AIX, HP/UX, Linux, Solaris, Windows etc.

IP, TCP, UDP etc

OE

File Systems

Virtualized

Physical

VMMs & Hypervisors

Hardware Partitions

LUNs,

Volumes

VLANs

Physical

Disks, Array Controllers, SAN Switches

Servers,

Blades etc.

Switches, Routers etc..

Storage

Compute

Network

EGA Reference Model: Classifying Grid Components

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Ega reference model representing services as graphs
EGA Reference Model: Representing Services As Graphs

More detailed drill down

E Bookstore

Persistent

Storage

Tier

Presentation

Tier

Business

Logic

Tier

Application

Server

Cluster

Web

Server

Farm

Database

Cluster

Database

Instance

Application

Server

Instance

App

Server

Firewall

Web

Server

Instance

Web Server

Load

Balancer

Web

Server

Firewall

Database

Instance

App Server

Load

Balancer

Database

Storage

Database

Transaction

Log Storage

OS Container

Database

Media

OS Instance

Patches

OS Instance

OS Instance

OS Instance

Hardware

Partition

OS Media

Server

Boot

Disk/LUN

Load

Balancer

Server

Server

Firewall

Server

Load

Balancer

Firewall

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Ega reference model grid component life cycle
EGA Reference Model: Grid Component Life Cycle

Provision

Decommission

Manage

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Ega reference model role of grid management entity
EGA Reference Model:Role of Grid Management Entity

Vendor

Support

Enterprise

Bugs etc.

Accounting &

Billing

Notifications,

Patches etc.

Policy

GME

Other GMEs

Managing includes

Provisioning

Discovery

Configuration

Activation

Controlling

State

Performance

Scaling

Availability

Security

Decommissioning

Manage

Monitor

Monitoring includes

State

Performance

Scaling

Availability

Security

Accounting

Grid

Component

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Ega reference model gme and grid component life cycle
EGA Reference Model:GME and Grid Component Life Cycle

GME

Discover,

Control,

Monitor,

Notify

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Ega roadmap technical focus
EGA Roadmap: Technical Focus

  • Reference Model – v2.0

    • More detailed use cases

    • Mapping onto other standard architectures and information models

  • Component Provisioning

    • Provisioning use cases and requirements

  • Data Provisioning

    • Usage scenarios and mapping of existing specs

  • Grid Security

    • Enterprise grid security requirements

    • Issues and resolutions and use cases

  • Utility Accounting

    • Currently exploring requirements

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


Ega roadmap strategic relationships
EGA Roadmap: Strategic Relationships

  • Developing strategic relationships

    • Identify synergies

    • Build a long-term, cooperative foundation

  • DMTF - active engagement/cooperation formalised

  • SNIA - developing relationship

  • GGF - defining relationship

  • Others - TBD

Enterprise Grid Alliance - Confidential


For more information

General Information:[email protected]

Sign Up to Stay Informed. Join the EGA Interest List:

www.gridalliance.org/interest/

For More Information

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