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CA Technologies

Cloud case studies






Vivek Santhana

Customer Solutions Architect



agenda


CA Strategy


Case Studies


Discussion and Q/A



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What does the cloud really mean?


Cloud is natural extension of CA core
competencies

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Existing IT disciplines can
deliver cloud benefits...

… and more so as they are linked

Change &

Configuration

Service Catalog/

Self
-
Service

Virtualization

Management

Service

Automation

Service Portfolio

Management

End
-
to
-
End

Monitoring

Cost/Consumption

Transparency

Identity Federation/

Single Sign
-
On

Service Level

Management

Agile

Development

CA investing R&D, acquisitions to accelerate
execution


Integration across product lines support cloud delivery and
consumption


Dedicated business unit focused on innovation for cloud delivery,
consumption and value chain optimization


Acquisitions accelerating CA cloud strategy

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Jun ‘09


Sep ‘09


Jan ‘10


Mar ‘10


March ‘10


Oct ‘08

Industry Initiatives http://www.cloudcommons.com/

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Framework


The Service Measurement Index
(SMI)


Quality


Agility


Risk


Cost


Security


Capability

Dynamic Service Supply Chain Blueprint

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Optimize

Service

Consumers

External
Providers

Iaas

Paas

SaaS



Agility

SELFSERVE

POOL

PROVISION

METER

EXTERNAL

PHYSICAL

VIRTUAL

Control

SECURE

PLAN

ASSURE

SUPPORT



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How is Customer adoption?

Use Case on self service and managing virtual
pools

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Case Studies

"3 clicks, not 3 weeks” Self Service

Provisioning Reduces Costs: CA LOD Example


Lab consolidation


reduced lab locations by 19


Average 800 concurrent, active virtual machines


>23,000 additional software pushes


48,807 virtual machine provisions


Cost Savings


$6.5M in labor savings to date


Server utilization up 50%


Increased server to admin ratio

by over 400%


Real estate savings


19 locations closed, 15,904 sq ft reduction


$2.4 million projected 5 year savings


2,330 machines relocated, ~ 50% virtualized in Q4


Automatic power
-
off between reservations


450 metric tons of carbon reduction

Fujitsu
IaaS



Self Service


Service Portal


Service Status


Log and View
Incidents


Knowledge Base


Account
Administration


Place and View
Orders for Fujitsu
Services


Contact Information


Single Portal for all
Fujitsu Services


Fujitsu
IaaS



Self Service


IaaS Management


Provision virtual
machine hosts


Provision physical hosts


Install software at time
of provisioning


Resize hosts
(vCPU/Memory)


Provision extra disk


View and Manage
existing hosts


View performance and
availability reports


View real time usage


CA
Applogic



“cloud in a box”

AppLogic Leads Private Cloud Market

IaaS

PaaS

DaaS/VPDC

SaaS


Self
-
service
infrastructure


Multiple geographic locations


Public/private cloud interoperable




Any application


Instant access


User self
-
service




Complete
stacks


Automatic scaling


Metered usage




On
-
demand
provisioning


Elastic resource assignments


Metered usage


Cloud Services

AppLogic

Powers Multiple Cloud Market Offerings

Traditional Application Deployment


code + database + content


firewalls, switches, VPNs, load balancers,
servers, SAN, Linux, Apache, JBoss,
MySQL, monitoring, security, backup…

Same Application on AppLogic


same code + database + content


disposable infrastructure

AppLogic: A lot more than virtualisation

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AppLogic: Bare Metal to Cloud in 4 Hours


Commodity Servers With Disks + Gigabit Ethernet


Each Server Provides Computing, Networking and Storage


Undifferentiated Resource Pool serves all applications

CA Applogic


an internal cloud in a box

You already have most of what you need to start


Hardware


“starter kit”


4 standard x86
-
type servers


2 or 3 Ethernet switches (... and 12 patch cables)


16 available IP addresses


Resources


1 system administrator


1 week


Also


Internet connection


AppLogic account name & license key