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Cloud Computing Architecture Primer

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Cloud Computing Architecture Primer

  1. 1. •Cloud Computing Architecture Discussion This document is Released for Publication October 2014 •ILHAM AHMED •Sr. Managing Director
  2. 2. CIOs are being challenged to transform to a digital business by accelerating the speed of IT innovation. The CIO’s New Boss: Customers More than 60% of CIOs will focus on improving the customer experience and getting closer to the customer Source: IBM CSuite study Released for Publication 2
  3. 3. But speed of innovation is not the only objective these CIOs & IT leaders are tasked with. Released for Publication 3 Accelerated Growth Lower Cost Increased Speed & Innovation Reduced Risk
  4. 4. To achieve these objectives, the IT leadership needs to address all aspects of their functional domain. Technology Operations App. Developers End-Users Business Applications Business Applications … … Business Released for Publication 4 Applications Business Applications … Internal SDLC Processes & Tools On-premise IT infrastructure including Data Centers, Compute, Network, Storage, Security and related People and Processes
  5. 5. Which can get complicated as the business investigates internal and external options. Technology Operations App. Developers End-Users Business Applications Business Applications … … Business Applications Released for Publication 5 Business Applications … External Infrastructure Providers (Co-location, Hosting, DR, Outsourcing) External Application Providers for Business Users & their Customers External Platform Providers for Application Developers Internal SDLC Processes & Tools On-premise IT infrastructure including Data Centers, Compute, Network, Storage, Security and related People and Processes
  6. 6. Cloud Computing is a key enabler to drive this change. Released for Publication 6
  7. 7. And the benefits grow with the level of an organization’s cloud computing maturity. Released for Publication 7
  8. 8. But, Cloud Computing has many flavors – IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, Private, Public, Hybrid – with a host of technologies… SaaS Software as a Service PaaS Platform as a Service IaaS Infrastructure as a Service • Source and run complete application from a service provider • Quicker adoption • Faster deployment of end-user application • Minimal application development effort • Middleware in the cloud • Rapid application development, deployment & change • Fine-grain elasticity of software services • Need to buy into PaaS provider’s vision and constraints • Private or Public • Higher utilization of infrastructure assets • Lower cost of operations • Faster provisioning Released for Publication 8
  9. 9. So a comprehensive architectural blueprint is critical to a successful design and deployment. Technology Operations App. Developers End-Users App. Storage and Execution IaaS Business Support Services (Service Catalog, Provisioning Portal, Automation, Metering, Billing) Virtualized Infrastructure (Compute, Network, Storage) Released for Publication 9 Business Application available as Software-as-a-Service from 3rd Party Provider Business Applications Business Applications … … Business Applications Physical Infrastructure (Compute, Network, Storage) Infrastructure Mgmt. Services (Compute, Network, Storage Resource Management) Infrastructure Operations Services (Backup & Security Management) IaaS Operations Support Services (Orchestration, Monitoring) Business Applications … Platform-as-a- Service from 3rd Party Providers Public IaaS Clouds Infrastructure-as-a- Service from 3rd Party Providers Hybrid Cloud API Public SaaS Clouds Private Cloud Public PaaS Authentication Messaging Metrics & Logging Routing App. Lifecycle Management Service Brokers (Databases, 3rd party services) Message Bus
  10. 10. And can be supported by different ecosystem of vendors to various degrees. Technology Operations App. Developers End-Users Business Applications Business Applications … … Business Applications Released for Publication 10 Business Applications … Public IaaS Clouds Public SaaS Clouds Private Cloud Public PaaS … …
  11. 11. This technical architecture can vary by the type of workload with the general purpose design satisfying 80% of the cases. General Purpose Massively Scalable Service Provider Cloud Infrastructure, Very Large Enterprises Bursting to Public Cloud, DR, Dev/Test, Federated Cloud, Legacy Environment Released for Publication 11 Compute Focused Storage Focused Multi-site Network Focused Hybrid Cloud Most Common with a Balanced Workload Across All Components High Performance Computing (HPC), Big Data Analytics, PaaS, Network Function Virtualization Archive/Backup/HSM, Analytics with Parallel Filesystems, Databases, Content Distribution Content Distribution Network, High speed/High Volume Transaction System, VDI, VOIP, HPC Geo-location Sensitive Data, Data Locality, Risk Management Support
  12. 12. Using the requirements & workload as a guide, a technical design should be established – e.g. a VMware design* Technology Operations IaaS Business Support Services Virtualized Infrastructure Physical Infrastructure vSphere with Operations Management vRealize Automation Center vRealize Orchestrator vRealize Business (Chargeback) vRealize Operations & Log Insight NSX VIPR or Released for Publication 12 Infrastructure Mgmt. Services (Compute, Network, Storage Resource Management) Infrastructure Operations Services (Backup & Security Management) IaaS Operations Support Services Private Cloud VSAN Compute Network Storage * Representative component design
  13. 13. Or an OpenStack design* Technology Operations IaaS Business Support Services Virtualized Infrastructure Physical Infrastructure O-Horizon (Dashboard) O-Nova (Compute) 3rd Party Automation Tools O-Juju O-Heat (Orchestration) O-Neutron (or Cisco ACI VMware NSX) Released for Publication 13 Infrastructure Mgmt. Services (Compute, Network, Storage Resource Management) Infrastructure Operations Services (Backup & Security Management) IaaS Operations Support Services Private Cloud 3rd Party Cost Mgmt. & Billing Tools Chef or Puppet (Orchestration) O-Swift (Object) O-Cinder (Block) O-Glance (Image) Compute Network Storage * OpenStack open source components are evolving rapidly and in various state of being ready for production use.
  14. 14. And success is predicated on starting with a well-defined Cloud Strategy. Define Cloud Strategy Released for Publication 14 Develop Technical Design Develop Detailed Implementation Plan Implement, Monitor and Adapt • Define future state requirements • Define new software models • Develop functional architecture • Develop high-level implementation roadmap • Develop Business Case • Define and validate detailed requirements • Document design principles • Develop technical design • Develop Bill of Materials • Develop Detailed Project Plan • Develop Contingency Plans • Develop Communication Plan • Develop Operations Guide • Implement Design • Enable Self-service • Perform user training • Monitor and Adapt
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