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Journey to the Cloud: New Service Models. Bethann Pepoli State and Local Government Chief Technology Officer. © Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Introduction. Basic Concepts. Building the Cloud. Next Steps. Agenda. Introduction IT Landscape Top Priorities

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Journey to the Cloud: New Service Models

Bethann Pepoli

State and Local Government

Chief Technology Officer

© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.

agenda
Introduction

Basic Concepts

Building the

Cloud

Next Steps

Agenda
  • Introduction
    • IT Landscape
    • Top Priorities
    • Cloud Definition
  • Basic Concepts
    • Appeal of Cloud
    • Common Models
    • Deployment Approaches
    • Challenges and Issues
  • Building the Cloud
    • Stages
    • Benefits
    • Sample Methodology
  • Next Steps

© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.

state it landscape today
State IT Landscape Today
  • Dealing with the state fiscal crisis – cut costs
  • Continued consolidation – IT infrastructure, services, and more
  • IT security and risk – game has changed
  • Living with the past – modernizing the legacy
  • IT workforce – retirement wave, skills, and recruiting
  • Impact from federal laws and cost allocation
  • Need for innovation and best practices
what is cloud
What is Cloud?

Essential Characteristics

Definition

  • On-demand self service
  • Ubiquitous network access
  • Location independent resource pooling
  • Rapid elasticity
  • Measured service

Cloud is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources* that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.

Source: NIST, June 2009

* Configurable computing resources,

such as networks, servers, storage,

and applications.

basic concepts of cloud computing
Applications

Web/App Servers

Middleware

Databases

OS Environment

Compute Resource

Storage

Networking

Basic Concepts of Cloud Computing
  • You receive IT resources or services over the Internet
  • Utility based – you pay based on usage
  • Resources delivered by the Cloud can be easily scaled up and down
  • You don’t care how the resources/services are physically implemented within the Cloud
  • You don’t need to manage the underlying infrastructure
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Increase Application Capacity

. . . without friction or hassles

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Release Capacity

. . . without fear or regrets

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The Appeal of Cloud for IT

Application Demand

$

Fixed

Costs

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The Appeal of Cloud for IT

Application Demand

$

Fixed

Costs

. . . is lower fixed costs with policy compliance

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Migrate Workloads Quickly

. . . while preserving policy - federation

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Common Models

Common Models

Definitions

Examples

Software as a Service

(SaaS)

Consumers subscribe to whole or parts of an application that is hosted

on a platform managed by

a service provider.

Salesforce.com

Hotmail

Mozy

Middleware

Platform as a Service

(PaaS)

Consumers deploy

their own applications

on cloud infrastructure

managed by the service

Provider.

Google App Engine

Force.com

OS Environment

Compute Resource

Infrastructure as a Service

(laaS)

Consumers subscribe to processing, networks, or storage services for use

with operating systems and applications of their choice.

Amazon EC2 (computing)

EMC Atmos (storage)

Networking

INPUT expects SaaS to grow from approximately $170 million (4% of the $4.2 billion applications software portion of the state and local software market) in 2008 to approximately $635 million (11% of the $5.8 billion applications software market) in 2013 Source: Input

approaches to cloud deployment
Approaches to Cloud Deployment
  • Private Cloud: Infrastructure is deployed and operated exclusively for an organization or enterprise
    • May be managed by the organization or by an independent 3rd party
    • May exist on-premise or off-premise at a hosting facility
  • Public Cloud: Infrastructure made available to general public or many industry groups/customers
    • Owned by the organization promoting & selling cloud services
    • Accessed via standard internet network protocols (i.e. web browser)
  • Hybrid Cloud: Composition of two or more clouds, private and/or public
    • Each cloud retains its unique entities
    • Clouds may be federated or bound together by technology enabling data and application portability

Private Cloud

Public Cloud

Hybrid Cloud

Source: NIST, June,2009

cloud challenges and issues
Cloud Challenges and Issues

Q: Rate the challenges/issues as described to the cloud/on-demand model

(1=not significant, 5=very significant)

Source IDC Enterprise Panel, August 2008

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Building the Private Cloud

Trusted

Control

Reliable

Secure

Flexible

Dynamic

On-demand

Efficient

cloud benefits
Application choice

Infrastructure choice

CHOICE

CONTROL

Service delivery control

Security control

EFFICIENCY

Resource efficiency

Operational efficiency

Cloud Benefits
sample methodology
Preparation

Strategy

Design

Implementation

Operations

Understanding

Continuous

Improvement

Discovery

Analysis

Detailed

Design

Pilot &

Test

Implement

Transition

Introductory

Meetings

Client

Requirements

Document - CRD

Low Level

Design

Low Level

Migration Plans

Continuous Metric

Reporting

Virtualization

Workshop

Network, Server &

Storage Configuration

Templates

Technical

Discovery with

TCO/ROI

Key Application

Migration

Ongoing

Orchestration and

Collaboration

Needs

Analysis and

Svc Proposal

Test & Validation

Plans

Migration and

Acceptance

Certification

Operations Mgmt

Assessment

Ongoing Design

Migration Plan

High Level

Design

Knowledge

Transfer

Gap Analysis

Virtual Operations

Transition Plan

Process

Documentation

Transfer

Business Case

with Change Plan

Staging and

Validation Plan

Phase 1: Project

Scope & Strategy

Phase 2: Project

Plan & Benefits

Validation

Phase 3: Benefits

Realization

Phase 4: Benefits

Optimization

Milestones:

Sample Methodology
take the next step to the cloud
Take the Next Step to the Cloud
  • Access your current state
  • Identify opportunities
  • Develop the road map
  • Conduct a proof of concept

Vision and Strategy  Architecture and Design  Deployment and Execution

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Thank You

Bethann Pepoli

[email protected]

© Copyright 2010 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.

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