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IBM Cloud Computing

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IBEC


Cloud Computing Update


Clouds are forecast


but the view is clearer

Pol Mac Aonghusa

Dublin Cloud Lab

June 2009


aonghusa@ie.ibm.com

IBM Cloud Computing

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Cloud Computing


is already impacting the Data Center

By 2011 …


Early technology adopters will forgo capital expenditures and instead
purchase 40% of their IT
infrastructure as a service
.


Suppliers to large global enterprises will need to prove their
green credentials

via an audited process
to retain preferred supplier status.

By 2012 …


80% of all commercial software will include
open
-
source

elements.


At least
1/3 of business application software spending will be as service subscription

instead of
as product license.


By 2009


100% of tier 1

consulting firms will offer
SaaS

svcs

By 2010 ..


15% of large enterprises will begin ERP replacement projects
built on SOA and SaaS


85%

of SaaS hosters will offer
99.5% uptime


By 2012


40% of SaaS apps will embed BPM suites


> 66% of ISVs will be SaaS


SW predictions

IT predictions

Jan 3, 2008
-

Predicts 2008: SaaS Gathers Momentum & Impact

http://www.gartner.com/it/page.jsp?id=593207

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Expectation Management for Cloud Computing is key

IT Analysts

Financial Analysts

IT Providers

End Users

Enhanced user experience

Elastic scaling

Automated provisioning

Highly virtualized


Standardized Workloads



Source: IBM Corporate Strategy analysis of MI, PR, AR and VCG compilations

Anywhere access to applications

through a simplified user interface

Rapid time to market

for new services.

Anywhere access to applications

through a simplified user interface

Ability to elastically

scale resources and maintain

high quality of service

Ability to elastically scale resources

at significantly lower

incremental management cost

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Cloud Computing


Dynamic Infrastructure for a Smarter Planet


Provides massively scalable computing resources from anywhere


Simplifies services delivery


Enables rapid innovation of new business models


Dynamic Infrastructure for next generation data centers

Applicances

Virtualization

(HW, Network, SW)

Cloud Computing

(Cluster, Manage, Workload)

SaaS

(Application, Pay as you Go)

A “cloud” is a Dynamic IT delivery infrastructure with:


Virtualization of hardware & software


A simple interface for scheduling & provisioning resources


Support to create optimised service level policies


Standards for defining, managing & inter
-
operation of
multiple clouds

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A Simple Cloud Infrastructure Architecture

Platform as a Service

Platform as a Service

High Volume

Transactions

Software as a Service

Servers

Networking

Storage

Metering

Monitoring

Billing

Services

Cloud

Development

Cloud

Enterprise

Cloud

Multi
-
Tenancy

Security

Middleware

Collaboration

Business

Services

CRM/ERP/HR

Subscription

Services

Data Center

Fabric

Shared virtualized, dynamic provisioning

Services

Management

J2EE

On
-
ramps

Application

Encapsulation

Ajax

Deployment

On
-
ramps

On
-
ramps

Development

Tooling

Interoperability with other clouds

Application as a Service

Infrastructure as a Service

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...service sourcing and service value


Cloud Computing Delivery Models

ORGANIZATION

CULTURE

GOVERNANCE

Flexible Delivery Model

Public …


Service provider owned and
managed.


Access by subscription.


Delivers select set of standardized
business process, application
and/or infrastructure services on a
flexible price per use basis.

Private …


Privately owned and
managed.


Access limited to client and
its partner network.


Drives efficiency,
standardization and best
practices while retaining
greater customization and
control

Cloud Services

Cloud Computing

Model

.… Customization, efficiency,
availability, resiliency,
security and privacy

.…Standardization, capital
preservation, flexibility and
time to deploy

Hybrid …

Access to client,
partner network, and
third party resources

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IBM Is Already Working With Various Business Design Options

to build, support or leverage clouds

Provide public cloud
-
based services

Lotus Live & Bluehouse:
collaboration services

Run public cloud

Information Protection
Services (BCRS)

Internet Security Systems

Computing on Demand

Source: IBM Corporate Strategy

Cloud infrastructure products

Tivoli cloud suite

Blue Cloud stack

Ensembles & Ensemble software

iDataPlex

Cloud Platforms

Lotus Web Delivery Platform

MPBS Common Services
Delivery Platform

Automated Test Facility

Build enterprise cloud

RC2 adoption

Cloud Lab pilots

GTS Cloud Services

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Example: IBM Blue Cloud

Delivers a massively scalable and flexible compute platform


IBM

Monitoring



DB2



Provisioning Management Stack




Provisioning

Manager





WebSphere

Application Server



Monitoring

Provisioning bare metal &
virtual machines

Processor, Network & Storage


Linux with Xen



Tivoli Monitoring Agent


Virtualized Infrastructure Based on
Linux & Xen

Virtual

Machine

Virtual

Machine

Virtual

Machine

Virtual

Machine

Apache


Based on open standards and open source software



Includes IBM software, systems technology and services



Processor, Network & Storage Provisioning



Web 2.0 resource reservation system




Delivering self
-
service to IBM internal since 2007

Cloud Computing Management Services

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Business Case Results: IBM internal example (Tech Adopter’s Portal)

New Development

Software Costs

Power Costs

Labor Costs
(Operations and
Maintenance)

Hardware Costs
(annualized)

Liberated funding for
new development,
trans
-
formation
investment or direct
saving

Deployment (1
-
time)

Software Costs

Power Costs

(88.8%)

Labor Costs

(
-

80.7%)

Hardware Costs

(
-

88.7%)

Note: 3
-
Year Depreciation Period with 10% Discount Rate

Without Cloud

With Cloud

100%

Current

IT

Spend

Strategic

Change

Capacity

Hardware,

labor & power
savings re
-
duced annual
cost of
operation

by 83.8%


The IBM TAP business case re
-
presents an ideal environment for

a private cloud implementation. By
implementing virtualization and
automated provisioning, the team was
able to:


Reduce from 488 servers to 55


Reduce from 15 admins to 2


Reduce Power costs

(fewer servers)



Note: Clients who have already
adopted virtualization and automated
provisioning will see different results.

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Example: Developer Cloud for Dynamic Infrastructure


Easily develop, deploy, and deliver services from the cloud



Integrated, dynamically provisioned and scaled runtime environment



Seamless transition to production environment



Collaboration platform for knowledge sharing


Open to internal IBM developers since February 26
th



Virtualized 3
-
Tier Test Topology

Web Server

Application

Server

Database

Server

Developers

Architects

Testers

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Deploy in the cloud


One click application provisioning


Deployment optimization


Collaboration platform for knowledge
sharing

Web

Server

App

Server

DB

Server

Developers, Early Users,

Operations, Application Owners,

Business Units

Developer Cloud
-

Flexible Development from the Cloud

Developers ,

Architects, Testers

Develop in the cloud


Integrated, dynamically provisioned and
scaled runtime environment


Repository for source and reusable
assets

Deliver services from the cloud


Seamless transition to production environment


Easily accessed from anywhere

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2000: IBM BCRS

2000: UDDI 1.0; “SaaS” coined


2001: Dot com bubble bursts




2005: IBM AoD


2006: Amazon EC2


2007: Google Health; force.com launch


2008: IBM ww Cloud Computing


centers



Cloud computing is an evolution


rather than a revolution


the culmination of a long series of
approaches to simplified IT service delivery

1990: Berners
-
Lee invents the World
-
Wide Web


1994: CommerceNet


1998: RosettaNet


1999: i
-
Mode mobile internet




1961: John McCarthy proposes computing as a utility


1961: IBM Services Bureau


1975: First inter
-
industry EDI standards

2010

1980

1990

2000

1981: SMTP defines the standard electronic mail service


1985: United Nations sponsors EDIFACT

1960
-


1970

IBM Service

Bureau (1961)

IBM Cloud Computing

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Implementing a Cloud Strategy requires decisions ...

Costs

Economies of

scale only go so far,
unless customer is
willing to trade
(data, advertising
views, ...) for
services

Culture

Trust,
chargeback,
sharing

Security &
Privacy


Weak or non
-
existent perimeter,
Data provenance,

Service/Data
Location

Scalability

Parallel
processing,

no problem;
sequential
processing,
different story

Connection

Only as good as
the Internet,
unless you pay to
"harden" your
connection

Service
Management

Technologies &
best practices
immature

High

Availability

For workloads that
are stateless, no
problem; for stateful
workloads, same
issue as
enterprises

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Getting started with Cloud Computing…

Develop

a strategy

Virtualize

Manage

Consolidate

Best practices

… think holistically

Assess and deploy

… start now

Gain and maintain control

… modularity and standards
are key

Reduce from many to few

… start with an inventory

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IBM Cloud Computing Leadership

Establishing cloud computing centres around the world

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Providing consulting and implementation services for Cloud
computing

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Helping clients speed time to market and reduce costs

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For more information, please visit:

ibm.com/cloud