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My Cloud or “The Cloud”. Derek Slayton Sr. Director, Products Citrix Systems. Virtualization. Service Provider Perspectives on Cloud Computing. Massive scalability and low cost Differentiation Platform vs. Infrastructure vs. Applications Conversion and bridging

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my cloud or the cloud

My Cloud or “The Cloud”

Derek Slayton

Sr. Director, Products

Citrix Systems

service provider perspectives on cloud computing
Service Provider Perspectives on Cloud Computing
  • Massive scalability and low cost
  • Differentiation
    • Platform vs. Infrastructure vs. Applications
    • Conversion and bridging
    • Personalization and orchestration capabilities
  • Choice to be made
    • Open Source
    • XenServer
    • vCloud
openstack what why
OpenStack: What & Why?
    • Object Storage: Rackspace CloudFiles
    • Compute:  NASA Nebula
  • Why?
    • Accelerate innovation & adoption through collaboration
    • Drive standards through experience and ubiquity
    • Address fear of lock-in
    • Foster ISV Ecosystem around Open APIs & Platform
    • Enable public/private/hybrid cloud interoperability 
enterprise perspective on cloud computing
Enterprise Perspective on Cloud Computing
  • Server Virtualization Maturity is Advancing

18%

46%

30%

6%

Source: Management Insight Technologies 2011

  • “Low hanging fruit” is being harvested
    • CRM
    • Collaboration
    • Web Conferencing

Cloud Mentality

driving an ongoing debate
Driving an Ongoing Debate

Embrace External

Build Internal

  • Speed
  • Cost
  • Access
  • Security
  • Suitability
  • Compliance
  • Manageability
  • Security
  • True ROI
  • Tenancy
  • Speed
  • Cost (initial)

+

+

-

-

where are we heading
Where are we heading?

Apps

Workloads

Networks

Your

Datacenter

service delivery fabric

infrastructure fabric

where are we heading8
Where are we heading?

Your

Datacenter

External

Clouds

service delivery fabric

infrastructure fabric

Any Platform

slide9

The Citrix OpenCloud Belief

  • Clouds Should be Open
  • Enterprise Customers:
  • “Let me easily adopt, change and move”
  • Cloud Providers:
  • “Let me differentiate by adding my own IP”
  • Everyone:
  • “No single-vendor lock-in”
  • “Freedom to choose best products
  • to deliver Cloud Economics”
extending the datacenter bridging

Resource Isolation

  • Direct Control
  • Security
Extending the Datacenter – Bridging

Seamless, Secure network extension to cloud hosted Corporate Apps & Data

Private Cloud

VM

VM

VM

VM

VM

VM

VM

VM

  • Multi-tenancy
  • Compatibility

Customer’sHosted Cloud

Enterprise Datacenter

IaaS Provider

Internet

Any Cloud

extending the datacenter access
Extending the Datacenter – Access

Single sign-on & provisioning for Windows, Web & SaaS

Private Cloud

VM

VM

VM

VM

VM

VM

VM

VM

Customer’sHosted Cloud

Enterprise Datacenter

IaaS Provider

Internet

Any Cloud

extending the datacenter hybrid management
Extending the Datacenter – Hybrid Management

Self-service orchestration and management of the hybrid cloud

Private Cloud

VM

VM

VM

VM

VM

VM

VM

VM

Customer’sHosted Cloud

IaaS Provider

Enterprise Datacenter

Internet

Any Cloud

but what are we seeing now operational teams are leading the way
But what are we seeing now?Operational teams are leading the way
  • Distribution of enterprise applications

In 2 years

Delta

Today

what is really needed today
What is really needed – today?
  • Resource abstraction & elasticity
  • Multi-tenant architecture
  • Service catalogs
  • User & tenant policy controls
  • Self-service
  • SLA management
  • “Showback” reporting & audit trails
slide15

Make my datacenter more like a cloud – today.

Connect my datacenter to ANY external cloud I choose.

“I want”