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IBM Cloud Computing

GTA PHP User Group


IBM SmartCloud Enterprise Discussion


June 7, 2011






Changing the way people think about IT

Document number

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IBM Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing: a new consumption and delivery model for IT, inspired
by consumer internet services.


BPaaS


Delivery

Models



SaaS


PaaS


IaaS









Resource Pooling



Rapid Elasticity



Ubiquitous Network Access




Virtualization








Configuration Mgmt.


Release and
Deployment Mgmt.


Provisioning


Service Catalogue


Service Level
Agreements




Standardization









Self Service Portal



Provisioning



Monitoring



Measured Service


(Pay
-
per
-
use)





Automation

Deployment

Models



Public

Cloud



Private

Cloud



Hybrid

Cloud



Community

Cloud



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IBM Cloud Computing

IT benefits from cloud computing are real

Test provisioning

Weeks

Minutes

Change management

Months

Days/hours

Release management

Weeks

Minutes

Service access

Administered

Self
-
service

Standardization

Complex

Reuse/share

Metering/billing

Fixed cost

Variable cost

Server/storage utilization

10

20%

70

90%

Payback period

Years

Months

SOURCE: Based on IBM and client experience.

Increasing
speed and
flexibility

Reducing
costs

Results from IBM cloud computing engagements

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IBM Cloud Computing

Cost Savings associated with IaaS Models

-

There are (at least) 5 areas of demonstrable financial return




Hardware


-

Improved resource utilization

-

Energy & facility savings



Software

-

Pay per use
or

new licensing models

-

Increased use of open source

-

**Incremental cloud software (ex. virtualization)



Automated Provisioning

-

Labor savings to provision



Productivity Improvements

-

Business value of speed

-

Increased utilization of people, no wait time



Systems Administration

-

Fewer physical resources

-

Automation gains


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IBM Cloud Computing

There is a spectrum of private and public deployment models for cloud
computing


Private


Implemented
on client
premises


Client runs/
manages


Third
-
party
operated


Enterprise
owned


Mission critical


Packaged
applications


High
compliancy


Internal network


Third
-
party
owned and
operated


Standardization


Centralization


Security


Internal
network


Mix of shared
and dedicated
resources


Shared facility
and staff


Virtual private
network (VPN)
access


Subscription or
membership
based


Shared
resources


Elastic scaling


Pay as you go


Public Internet

Third
-
party

operated

Third
-
party hosted

and operated

Enterprise

data center

Enterprise

data center

Private cloud

Hosted private
cloud

Managed

private cloud

Enterprise

Shared cloud
services

Enterprise
A

Enterprise
B

Public cloud
services

A

Users

B

IBMSmartBusinessCloud

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IBM Cloud Computing

IBM Smart Business Cloud
-

Enterprise

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IBM Cloud Computing

IBM SmartCloud Enterprise provides enterprises access to an agile
cloud environment well suited for development and test and a
multitude of other dynamic workloads.

The solution provides the following:



Choice of nine virtual server configurations


Choice of Microsoft® Windows® Server and Linux®

operating systems


Choice of preconfigured software from which to build
private image libraries


Option to add multiple blocks of persistent storage


Network isolation options (such as VPN/VLAN)


Premium support options as a supplement to forums


Choice of six sites (US


two sites, Canada,
Germany, Japan and Singapore)

Payment options:


Pay
-
as
-
you
-
go


Per hour usage charges for virtual servers,
software images, persistent storage and static

Internet Protocol addresses


Per gigabyte charge for Internet data transfer


Reserved capacity packages with preferred

server pricing

The production site is at

ibm.com/cloud/enterprise

More information on the offering at

ibm.com/cloud/solutions/enterprise

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IBM Cloud Computing

You can have your server environment running in minutes on the
IBM Cloud.

The self
-
service portal, designed for ease of use, guides you through setting
up what you need and triggers the automated provisioning of your servers.

Step 1

Click and choose

the service you need

Step 2

Step 3

Choose the hardware and
usage configuration

Application provisioned

and ready to run

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IBM Cloud Computing

Standard software images help provide a ready
-
to
-
use
,

stable base
on which to build your own customized images.

Middleware and operating systems:

middleware

IBM Lotus®

IBM WebSphere®

IBM DB2®, Informix® and Cognos®

IBM Tivoli®

32
-
bit and 64
-
bit Linux®

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11

Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5.5

Microsoft ® Windows® Server

Windows Server 2003 and 2008

Development and test tools:

IBM Rational® software

… requirements, collaboration, quality, build and assets

Aviarc and Servoy

...

development tools

Add
-
on cloud management and integration tools:

CohesiveFT and Kaavo

... hybrid cloud connectivity and management

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IBM Cloud Computing

Nine 32
-

and 64
-
bit configuration options enable you to pick the
virtual machine (VM) instance sizes that best fit your needs.

60

4

2

Copper

60

2

1

Copper

2048

1024

1024

850

350

350

175

Instance Storage
(Gigabytes)


Virtual machine (VM)

Options

32
-
bit configurations

64
-
bit configurations

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Platinum

Virtual CPUs

with 1.25 Gigahertz

1

2

4

2

4

8

16

Virtual Memory
(Gigabytes)

2

4

4

4

8

16

16


Intel® architecture servers provisioned in minutes with Linux® (Red Hat or Novell SUSE) or
Microsoft®
Windows
®

Server (2003 or 2008)
and your choice of middleware.


Provisioned in minutes, depending on instance storage size. Option to decrease instance storage
to minimum required by chosen image to help reduce provisioning time.


Virtual machines (VMs) can be provisioned as standalone servers or in combinations to build
sophisticated configurations, including load
-
balancing and resilient architectures.


Private images can be built on one virtual machine configuration and migrated to a configuration

of a different size, within the limitations of the base IBM image.


Prices start under 10 cents per hour* for a virtual machine including operating system.


Reserved capacity options provide pools of resources for immediate use at discounted rates.

*US prices for 32
-
bit copper configuration with Windows Server or SUSE Enterprise Linux, current as of March 22 2011. Prices sub
ject to change.

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IBM Cloud Computing

The IBM SmartCloud Enterprise provides access and billing features
designed to enhance your overall user experience.

The solution helps make it simple for your business.


The IBM SmartCloud Enterprise service is designed for

ease of use.



It has
simple understandable pricing.


You purchase these services on a
standard contract.



The base agreement gets you on board with
no up
-
front financial commitment.
You

pay only for what
you order in the portal.


Optional services
let you add extra support and
reserve cloud resources for a monthly fee.


Sign up online

(only available in certain countries)


Billing is designed to be
simple
and

business as usual.

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IBM Cloud Computing

New technologies almost always introduce new challenges and
issues for any organization.

Today’s data center

Tomorrow’s cloud environment

We have control:

It is located at X.

It is stored in servers Y, Z.

We have backups in place.

Our administrators control
access.

Our uptime is sufficient.

The auditors are happy.

Our security team is
engaged.

Who has control?

Where is it located?

Where is it stored?

Who backs it up?

Who has access?

How resilient is it?

How do auditors observe?

How does our security

team engage?

?

?

?

?

?

?

Technical concerns:

Isolation failure.

Insecure or incomplete data deletion.

Extended network security.

Additional software layers.

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IBM Cloud Computing

The IBM SmartCloud Enterprise offering is designed to address the
key client concerns of security, reliability and control.

Security.
Built into the solution, ranging from tight physical security of
the IBM SmartCloud delivery centers to intrusion protection systems
and vulnerability scanning of the IBM SmartCloud infrastructure.
Optional security options such as virtual private networking can help you
extend your existing security disciplines to the cloud.

Reliability.

Around
-
the
-
clock monitoring and management of the IBM
SmartCloud infrastructure with a service level agreement. Features like
‘anti
-
collocation’ and ‘virtual IP addressing’ help enable you to build
resiliency into your cloud server environments.

Control
.
Web
-
based portal allows authorized users to log on at any
time and monitor, manage and control their virtual environments.

Administrator/user roles provide enterprise level control of cloud assets
and spending.
Built
-
in RESTful APIs allow you to customize and
automatically control your cloud server capacity.

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IBM Cloud Computing

Security is built into the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise offering.

Virtual infrastructure


Hypervisor
-
based isolation with customer configurable firewall rules


Physical firewall and intrusion prevention service/intrusion detection
service (IPS/IDS) between guest virtual machines (VMs) and Internet


Multiple IP addresses per instance with which to enable security zones


Optional virtual private network (VPN) and virtual local area network
(VLAN) isolation of account instances


Connections may be encrypted and IBM is isolated from VMs by design
(using secure shell [SSH] keys in Linux® and Microsoft® Windows®
Server user access control)


Client has root access to guest virtual machines allowing further
hardening of VMs


Shared images patched and scanned regularly

Management infrastructure


Access to the infrastructure is only enabled using web identity through the
user interface portal or application programming interfaces [APIs]


Complies with IBM security policies, including regular security scans


Controlled and audited administrative actions and operations

Delivery centers


Customer data and VMs are kept in the data center where provisioned


Physical security same as for IBM’s internal data centers

IBM Cloud

services

Your servers and
personal computers
(PCs)

Your firewall

IBM unique security and
authentication model

IBM firewall

Optional VPN gateway

Guest VMs and data

IBM delivery
centers

Management infrastructure

Private and
Shared VLANs

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IBM Cloud Computing

As enterprises come to rely on hybrid cloud environments,
management, security and integration disciplines will need to

evolve as well.


Management of workloads running off
-
premise on clouds


Management of software applications and
services (monitoring, events, availability,
performance)


Service request management

(governance of service provisioning)


Dashboard for service visibility


Security for hybrids


Control security and resilience of services
(identity management, compliance, isolation)


Integration (connectivity) of hybrid
applications and information


On
-
premises to off
-
premises business
application connectivity and governance


Information exchange across the enterprise
and clouds

Enterprise Resources



Public cloud

Trusted cloud

Enterprise management and
governance of cloud software,
applications, workload

Private cloud

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IBM Cloud Computing

IBM CIO Office cloud implementation plan

Fit
-
for
-
purpose middleware platform

Analytics

Collaboration

Development
and Test

Desktop

Storage

Business
services

80,000 employees
using cloud
analytics, growing
to 120,000 in
second quarter

60 percent of all
web conferencing
minutes via
LotusLive

Provisioning time
decreased from 1
week to 1
-
2 hours.
Used by half of our
U.S. developers,
expanding WW

500 users in China.
Target is 10,000
users worldwide
(WW) by year end

1 petabyte (PB) of
cloud
-
managed
block storage
(about 40 percent of
infrastructure)

1,000 applications
identified, 200
-
300
to migrate by year
end

Common compute platform

(Compute, network, storage)

Blue Insight

IBM
LotusLive™

CIO Dev. and

Test cloud

Workplace
cloud

Storage

cloud

W3 production

cloud

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IBM Cloud Computing

Why IBM SmartCloud Enterprise?


Flexible enterprise
-
oriented delivery models

that help enable enterprises to more securely partition
their environment

virtual and dedicated

with simple enterprise on
-
boarding services


More than just the infrastructure,
IBM can provide world
-
leading middleware, development and

testing tools


Reliable and scalable environment

designed specifically for enterprise use with the ability to help secure
your customized images and instances


Usage based pricing


pay
-
as
-
you
-
go with reserved capacity pool options (simple pricing with no hidden
charges)


Integration into existing enterprise procurement processes

with purchase order support and

billing reports


Team
-
based development and testing environment

to help enable rapid collaboration among
developers located worldwide


Expertise and best practices

gained from years of experience managing and operating security
-
rich,
reliable data centers around the world for enterprise companies


Time
-
tested IBM architecture, management tools and assets
, based on hundreds of private cloud
engagements, to help deliver the same quality, reliability and security
-
rich features as our private cloud
tools for development and testing on the IBM SmartCloud

IBM can deliver:

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IBM Cloud Computing

IBM SmartCloud Enterprise road map: Client
-
driven enhancements

Dedicated cloud delivery model


Client
-
dedicated nodes and resources (e.g. circuits)

Networking and storage enhancements


Multiple virtual private networks (VPNs)


Additional storage options

Enhanced usability


Account management enhancements

Cloud infrastructure enhancements


Increased resiliency and performance


Image import/export


Integrated backup/restore

Additional software images
-

monthly


IBM images


Third
-
party software images

Global coverage with additional sites


Have recently added sites in Japan and Singapore. More to come in 2011.


Expansion to Latin America. Local contracting available in all other geographies.

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IBM Cloud Computing

IBM Smart Business Cloud


Enterprise at a glance…

http://www.ibm.com/cloud/enterprise


Features and functions:


Choice of nine virtual (Intel) server configurations


Choice of pre
-
configured software images from which to
build private image libraries


Linux® operating systems; Red Hat and Novell SUSE


Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (and 2003)


IBM Lotus®, WebSphere®, DB2® and Informix® stacks


IBM Rational® Application Lifecycle Management


Tivoli® Monitoring software


Option to add blocks of persistent storage


Virtual Private Network (VPN/VLAN) services


Premium support options; 24*7 by phone with optional
add
-
on Linux OS support


Choice of 4 data centre locations

Payment options:


Pay
-
as
-
you
-
go


virtual machines, selected software images & static IP
addresses per hour


Persistent storage per block per month


Internet data transfer per GB transferred


Reserved capacity package options


Reserve a pool of virtual machine resources in units of 64
CPUs for 6 or 12 months for a monthly fee and get preferred
(discounted) virtual machine usage rates

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IBM Cloud Computing

IBMSmartBusinessCloud Demo

DEMO Use Cases:


Start
-
to
-
End provisioning of a Websphere Application Server


User Administration


JAVA API


Virtual Machine Performance

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IBM Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing Reference Architecture (CC RA) AOD


Overall drill
-
down

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IBM Cloud Computing

Related IBM Cloud Computing Solutions

Smart
Business

on the
IBM Cloud

Smart
Business
Cloud

Smart
Analytics

Collab’n

& Email

Devel’t

&Test

Desktop &
Devices

Infra. &
Storage

Business

Services

Service
Mgmt

IBM
Business
Analytics
Cloud

IBM Lotus
Live


Microsoft
Exchange

Dev & Test on
the IBM Cloud

IBM Smart
Business
Dev/Test
Cloud

Desktop

Cloud


End user
Support
Cloud

Desktop
Cloud

IBM Info
Protection
Services


IBM Info
Protection
Services

Expense
Reporting


Tivoli Live


IBM Lotus
Live


Private
Cloud

Public
Cloud

Cast Iron
Cloud2
TM


Cast Iron


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IBM Cloud Computing

Thank you!

For more information, please visit:

http://www.ibm.com/cloud