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Cisco‘s Cloud Stragegy,
Products and Solutions

Dr. Walter Dey, Distinguished Systems Engineer

Datacenter and Virtualization Team

Cisco Systems
EMEAR


Eurocloud Austria May 23d, Vienna Austria

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Standardize

Virtualize

Consolidate

Automate

Self
-
Service

Centralize

Application
-

Based Silos

External

Cloud Services

Zones of

Virtualization

ITaaS

(Internal Cloud)

The Journey to Cloud

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APPLICATION

(SaaS)

PLATFORM

(PaaS)

INFRASTRUCTURE


(IaaS)

IT FOUNDATION

End
-
User

Programmer

Admin

Admin

Cloud Services Model

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Enable customers to
deploy cloud services
to collaborate and
secure their business

Rich Ecosystem
with

Integrated
Solutions

Enable customers to
deploy tested, best
of breed solutions

Enable customers to
build and operate
public or private clouds

Enabling

Cloud Services

Based on our Network Platform Advantage

Tailored Solutions
for
Building
Clouds

Accelerate the
Use

of

Cloud
Services

Research In Motion

SAMSUNG

Cisco‘s Cloud Strategy

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Pooled Resources

Compute

Storage

Network

Delivered

as a Service


Services


Infrastructure
-
as
-
a
-
service


Comms/Collab
-
as
-
a
-
service


Virtual desktop


Business applications


Video
-
as
-
a
-
service



Attributes


On demand, self service


Measured usage


Elastic supply


Network delivered



The Power of Cloud:

Pooled Resources, Delivered as a Service

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A Platform for Today and
Tomorrow’s Data Center and
Cloud.

Designed ground up for next
generation data center

Integrated compute and networking

Tightly integrates x86 servers,
adapters and LAN/SAN connectivity

Agility to seamlessly scale

API First: designed for automation
from cloud portals

UCS: Unified Computing System:

Designed for the Cloud

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Simplify I/O infrastructure and management


Reduce support infrastructure up to 50%


NICs
,
HBAs
, chassis interconnects, cabling

Unified Fabric


Fabric Extenders


Single, highly available point of management


Reduce management tools and consoles


XML API designed for automation and cloud deployments

Embedded


Unified
Management


More economical footprint for memory
-
intensive workloads


Higher
VM

consolidation ratios


Large
-
dataset workloads on two socket servers

Extended Memory
Technology


Flexible I/O consolidation


Integration with leading Hypervisors

Virtual Adapters


Configure servers and network connectivity as single action


Faster provisioning


reduced spares inventory


Abstracts automation from HW details, easing new HW introduction

Stateless
Computing


Service Profiles

UCS: Unified Computing System:

Designed for the Cloud

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Database

&

Middleware

Management

Virtualization

Systems


Operating


Storage

Enterprise


Applications

Vertical


Markets

UCS

Ecosystem

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Self
-
Service Portal and Orchestration

On
-
Demand Provisioning


Lifecycle Management

Cisco Unified Management

Physical and Virtual Compute, Storage, Network

Applications and Services

Automated Scaling

Integration and Automation

Pay
-
Per
-
Use

Service Governance

Service Catalog

Software Abstraction of Physical Infrastructure

Physical
-
Virtual

Resource Mgmt

Compute Abstraction

Policy
-
Driven Infrastructure

Compute Hypervisors

Storage

Integrated
Partner

Solutions

Dynamic Network Provisioning

Network

Resource Mgmt

and Abstraction

Network Containers

Cisco Unified Cloud Management

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Self
-
Service Portal and Orchestration

On
-
Demand Provisioning


Lifecycle Management

Cisco Unified Management

Physical and Virtual Compute, Storage, Network

Applications and Services

Automated Scaling

Integration and Automation

Pay
-
Per
-
Use

Service Governance

Service Catalog

Software Abstraction of Physical Infrastructure

Physical
-
Virtual

Resource Mgmt

Compute Abstraction

Policy
-
Driven Infrastructure

Compute Hypervisors

Storage


Integrated
Partner

Solutions

Network

Resource Mgmt

and Abstraction

Dynamic Network Provisioning

Network Containers

Cisco

Network

Services

Manager

Cisco Intelligent Automation

for Cloud

Cisco

UCS Manager

Existing IT
Management
Systems

Cisco Unified Cloud Management

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Requirements for Hybrid Cloud


Enterprise Data Center

(Private Cloud)

Service Provider

Public Cloud



Transparency
: Transparently migrate any application to public cloud

-

No change to application’s IP address




Consistency
: Ensure consistent operation (network policies, firewall policies, …)
across Enterprise DC and public clouds




Security
: Maintain complete isolation in public cloud (across multiple enterprises)

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Conceptual Approach


Enterprise
-
A Data Center

(Private Cloud)

Cloud Service Provider

Public Cloud

VPC
-
A

VPC
-
B

Enterprise
-
B Data Center

(Private Cloud)

Ensure isolation and
security in public cloud


Transparent Application Migration


Consistent network experience


Secure container in public cloud

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L2

Domain Elasticity:

Enabling
VM

Mobility within
and between Data Centers

OTV

IP localization

Optimize workload availability
and performance across global
Data Centers

VM
-
Awareness:

Consistent management of
network policy for virtual
machines

Storage Elasticity:

Flexible, virtualized SAN, delivered
on consolidated, wire
-
once
infrastructure using Unified I/O

Device Virtualization:

Virtualized network devices
provide
capex

reduction
(device consolidation) and
opex

reduction (less managed
devices)


OTV

OTV

OTV

Service Localization

N
etwork services (firewall, load balancer,
etc..) available at scale, where needed, at
low cost

Workload Mobility

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Design it

Where can we put it?

Procure it

Install it

Configure it

Secure it

Is it ready?

Architect it

Design it

Where can we put it?

Procure it

Install it

Configure it

Secure it

Is it ready?

Architect it

Before CITEIS

After CITEIS


Machine
-
oriented


Manual provisioning


Hard to control utilization


Service
-
oriented


Self
-
service; automated provisioning


Elasticity (capacity
-
on
-
demand)



High provisioning & ops cost


Extended provisioning time


Configuration risk


Optimized provisioning & ops cost


Rapid provisioning


Increased Resiliency and Availability

Manual

Automated

Self
-
service

On
-
demand

Cloud Case Study

Cisco IT Elastic Infrastructure Services (CITEIS)

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Legacy Computer Platform

100% Physical

Average

TCO

Speed of delivery

6
-
8 Weeks

Speed of Delivery

2
-
3 Weeks


Speed of Delivery

15 Minutes

-
37%

Legacy Computer Platform

46% Physical : 54% Virtual

Average

TCO

Unified Computing Platform

25% Physical : 75% Virtual

100% Automated

Average

TCO

IT Maint / Innovation

70%/30%

-
27%

Virtualization

Unified Infrastructure

and Automation

IT Maint / Innovation

60%/40%

IT Maint / Innovation

40%/60%

Cloud Case Study

Cisco IT Elastic Infrastructure Services (CITEIS)

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Cisco Unified Data Center

Industry
-
Leading Innovation

Unified Data Center



2008



Nexus



MDS



Nexus
1000V



VM
-
FEX



VSG



UCS

B
-
series



UCS C
-
series



FEX



UCS

Manager



Service profiles



NX
-
OS Open API



NSM/CIAC


2012

Open

Resilient

Secure

Scalable

Network

Convergence

VM
-
Fabric

Integration

Fabric
-
Based

Compute

Infrastructure
Automation

Multi
-
Dimensional

Fabric Span


FabricPath
/FEX


OTV/LISP


VXLAN