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Chris Wiborg

Enterprise Architecture Marketing Manager

Cisco Systems

The Enterprise
Architecture Payoff:

Data Centers that
Transform Government

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Agenda


Enterprise Trends


Customer Priorities


Enterprise Architecture


Data Center 3.0


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Multitude of Trends Creating Market
Transitions


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Trends Align to Three Major Themes
Driving Customer Transformation

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Reduce IT costs

Shift costs from
maintenance to new
projects

47%

24%

Responsiveness Is #1 IT Goal,

Not Cost Cutting

IT innovation,
flexibility,
responsiveness

Efficiency,

cost control

What are your IT organization’s top objectives during 2008?


Contribute to business
process optimization

Simplify corporate
compliance processes

Move to “IT as a service” model

39%

30%

28%

Improve responsiveness to
business

58%

Source:
The Economist

global survey, Jan./Feb. 2008

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Challenge: the “Accidental Architecture”

Low
Responsiveness

Limited
Ability to
Innovate

Ballooning
Maintenance
Costs

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Enterprise Architecture

“The practice of aligning processes,
information systems and personnel with
the organization’s core goals and
strategic direction.”


Business

Drivers

Technology


Architecture

Wikipedia

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Early movers: conservative, incremental approach


Fast followers: many looking at consolidation, virtualization,

SOA at the same time

A Two
-
Tier Approach to

Architectural Change

IT’s Top Project Priorities Through 2008

Consolidate IT

Infrastructure

Improve Data Security

Virtualize Servers,

Storage

Adopt SOA

Source:
The Economist

global survey, Jan./Feb. 2008

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The Promise of SOA


Architects believe that SOA can help businesses respond more
quickly and cost
-
effectively to changing market conditions


They’ve sold SOA to the business by suggesting that through
exposing key business functions as reusable services SOA
enables:


A more consistent approach
to the implementation of
business policies

(
better
)


Improved Resource
Utilization (
cheaper
)


Improved Business Agility

(
faster
)





Source: http://www.army.mil/

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The Promise of Virtualization


Architects believe that virtualization can help businesses to get
more value not only from hardware and software infrastructure but
also from the labor required to keep your systems up and running


In justifying requests for funding they tout:

Source: http://www.vmware.com/

Higher efficiency


power, cooling, real estate (
cheaper
)

Improved resilience


disaster recovery (
better
)

Increased agility


rapid provisioning (
faster
)


Before Virtualization




After Virtualization

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Virtualization Impacts the Data Center

Technology, People and Process

Applications


Dynamic Movement of VMs / Applications


Remote/Mobile Access to Centralized Assets


Greater Emphasis on Security, Trust

Operations


Requires Continuous Availability/Provisioning


Reduces Visibility into ‘Hidden’ Resources


Breaks Current Organizational Model

Infrastructure


Virtual Machine

t
he new ‘Atomic Unit’


Higher Density CPUs, More I/O


Asset Consolidation

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Virtualization is Part of a Journey

Agility

Storage

Consolidation

Server

Consolidation

Time

Network

Virtualization

Branch Infrastr.
Consolidation

Consolidation

Improved Utilization,

Efficiency

Automation

Policy
-
based Adaptive
Infrastructure


Virtualization

Improved Flexibility,
Responsiveness


Application

Virtualization

Static Service

Automation

Data Center
Consolidation

Dynamic Service

Automation

Storage

Virtualization

Server

Virtualization

Semi
-
Automated

Provisioning

1
Gartner 11/2006 IT Infrastructure customer survey

2
IDC 2006 customer survey

3
Gartner Bittman 2007

“More than half of
companies are well
down the infrastructure
consolidation path”
1


“Virtualization is no
longer an early adopter
phenomenon”
2


“Customers are
seeking more advanced
capabilities for their
virtual environments”
3


“Virtualization is a major
enabler for Infrastructure
and IT Automation”
3


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Network is Ready for the New Virtualized IT


IT Relevance and Control

Application Architecture Evolution

CENTRALIZED

Mainframe

DISTRIBUTED

Client
-
Server,

N
-
Tier

VIRTUALIZED

Service
-
Oriented,

Web 2.0

IP Routing


LAN Switching


SLB / Firewall


Storage Switching

App Delivery

Server Switching

Infrastructure

Provisioning

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Virtual

Storage

Virtual Servers / Machines

Virtual SANS

Virtual Network Services

Leveraging Virtualization in the Data Center

Virtual LANs

Virtual Storage

Virtual Servers / Machines

Virtual LANs

VLAN 1

VLAN 2

VLAN 3

Virtual SANS

VSAN 1

VSAN 2

VSAN 3

VLAN 3

Application 1

Application 2

Device Level
Virtualization

to

Virtual

Services

Traditional Virtualization

Creating a virtual element

VFrame Enabled Service Orchestration

Creating an End
-
to
-
End Virtual Service

Virtual Network Services

VLAN 2

VSAN 1

VSAN 3

VLAN 1

VSAN 2

Virtual

SLB

Context

2

Virtual

SSL

Context

3

Physical Blade

Virtual

Context

1

Virtual

Context

2

Virtual

Context

3

Virtual

Firewall

Context

1

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VM
-
Optimized

Networking

Unified

Fabric

Storage
Networking

Transparent

Virtualization

Server

Networking


In the Network


On the Server


Per VM
Services


VM Mobility


Branch Virtual
Machines


Nexus 7000


Nexus 5000


FCoE, DCE


10/40/100 GbE


NX
-
OS


MDS Directors


Intelligent
Storage Apps


Fabric SAN


Branch WAN
Optimization


All Resources
Connect to a
Cisco Unified
Fabric


Automated,
Virtualized,
Unified,
Transparent


Catalyst LAN
Switching


Security


Application
Networking

Five
-
Phase Technology Plan

Rich Innovation Pipeline

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To

IT Infrastructure Needs to Evolve

From


Agile, Resilient, Adaptive


Service Orchestration


Integrated Teams, SLA’s


Collaborative Attitude


‘Accidental Architecture’


Manual Box Provisioning


Silo’d Organization, Goals


Fortress Attitude

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Summary


The Next Generation Data Center will be
virtualized across all infrastructure


Cisco Data Center 3.0 provides a pragmatic
roadmap to the Virtualized Data Center


Cisco is delivering new capabilities for
People, Process and Technology:


Enhancements to Application Delivery,

Service Provisioning, Programs, Training


Much more to come…