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    IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it.

    2013 IBM Corporation

    Achieving Scalability & Speed with

    IaaS - SoftLayer,an IBM Company

    Sanjay Siboo

    Country Manager, IBM GTS Cloud Services

    India/South Asia

    sanjay.siboo@in.ibm.com

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    Born On The Web

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    Next GenEnterprise Applications

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    EnterprisesMoving To The Cloud

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    SoftLayer DC (POD)

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    Bare metal with

    your own stack

    Dedicated virtualized

    environment

    Shared virtual

    environment

    Dedicated virtualized

    environment

    Triple Network Architecture

    Automation & Support

    Delivers Outstanding Performance & Price

    Flexibility to Deliver Dynamic/ Hybrid Capability

    SoftLayer Architecture

    Infrastructure solution with a common management interface and API

    across a unified architecture

    Mix and match bare metal servers, virtual server instances, and hosted

    private clouds

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    SoftLayer network and global presence

    15 data centers

    Tier III+

    SOC2 Compliant

    Global private Network

    17+ additional points of presence WW

    100,000+ servers, > 22M domains

    21,000+ customers

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    High-performance public network with transit from multiple tier-1 carriers

    Secure OOB management via VPN

    Private network for intra-application and inter-facility communications, access to

    shared services

    Native IPv6 support

    Virtual racks for integrated management

    Complete suite of network services

    Triple-network architecture

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    Robust, full-featured API

    Improves customer control, reduces error, increases flexibility

    SoftLayer API provides 1,600 function calls to over 200 services

    Supports REST, SOAP & XML-RPC interfaces

    Enables full auto-scaling implementations

    Comprehensive documentation, libraries and support

    Functions include:

    Automatic server deployment

    Service provisioning

    Reboots & reloads

    Ticketing

    Hardware configuration

    Software load

    DNS

    Network

    Storage

    Security scans

    Monitoring

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    Compute & Storage

    Public Cloud Instances

    Virtual server instances

    Dedicated physical nodes available

    Bare Metal Servers

    Dedicated servers deployed on

    demand

    Hourly & monthly pricing

    Complete range of options

    GPU servers for HPC

    Private Clouds

    Support for multiple virtualization

    platforms

    Turnkey solution for Citrix

    CloudPlatform

    Multiple local storage options

    SAS

    SATA

    SSD

    SAN

    NAS

    QuantaStor Storage Server

    Object Storage

    Global platform

    Meta tagging

    Backup services

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    Network & Security

    CDN

    24+ nodes

    Secure content management

    Load balancing

    Local

    Global

    Citrix Netscaler

    Firewalls

    Shared

    Dedicated

    Fortigate Security Appliance

    Application acceleration

    DNS services

    IDS protection and assessment

    SSL certificate management

    Antivirus & malware protection

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    Complete control

    Mobile and Web-based management portals

    Purchase, provision, deploy & manage infrastructure

    Access to services, tools, automation & tutorials

    Secure access via VPN to management network

    Two-factor authentication to Web portal

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    SoftLayer Stands Apart

    IBM Confidential

    All resources are

    virtualized

    All resources

    are shared

    Cloud providers and many in the market make some core

    assumptions that mandate that

    With SoftLayer, neither is mandated, opening up cloud computing

    to new applications and use cases

    virtualization is a

    choice with a flexible set

    of options

    resources can be

    shared, dedicated or

    mixed.

    you as a customer make the ultimate choice

    Softlayer

    8,928 VM/Machine

    options possible based

    on independent

    selection of option

    16 options

    1x2 GHz core to 16x2

    GHz cores of CPU

    18 options

    1 GB to 16 GB, 32 GB,

    48 GB of RAM

    31 options

    25 GB to 2 TB of

    Storage

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    SoftLayer Differentiation vs. Competitor Cloud

    Cloud Capability SoftLayerCompetitor

    Cloud

    Shared virtual infrastructure1Table stakes for workloads that are rapidly provisioned and released

    Non-shared virtual infrastructure1For workloads requiring predictable performance or more stringent security

    Bare metal (non-virtual) infrastructure2For workloads requiring highest performance, security, manageability etc.

    Mix virtual and Bare metal infrastructure2For flexibility in deployment

    Virtual Private Cloud3Logically isolated section of cloud in a virtual network you define

    Build your own Hosted Private Cloud4Ultimate control over configuring and managing your infrastructure

    Unlimited datacenter-to-datacenter networking5For replication, backup, failover etc.

    Transparency from topology to hardware6For control, security and compliance

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    Capability comparison based on vendor services publicly available as of 6//24/2014. 1) bit.ly/SLVirtSvrs, goo.gl/Pntz, goo.gl/FDrGiR 2) http://bit.ly/SLBareMetal ,

    http://goo.gl/tV29n, 3) http://bit.ly/1pJzDvv, http://goo.gl/EUGR 4) http://bit.ly/1jLfpeN, http://bit.ly/1qugWLM 5) http://bit.ly/1sBRPuG, http://goo.gl/vtYE

    6) http://bit.ly/1sBScFn, http://bit.ly/Ta0Fz7

    http://www.softlayer.com/virtual-servershttp://goo.gl/Pntzhttp://goo.gl/FDrGiRhttp://www.softlayer.com/bare-metal-servershttp://goo.gl/tV29nhttp://bit.ly/1pJzDvvhttp://goo.gl/EUGRhttp://bit.ly/1jLfpeNhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazon_Elastic_Compute_Cloudhttp://bit.ly/1sBRPuGhttp://goo.gl/vtYEhttp://blog.softlayer.com/2014/softlayer-security-questions-and-answershttps://www.softlayer.com/api

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    SoftLayer Provides Flexibility Through a Range of Compute, Memory, Storage, and

    Networking Offerings

    Cloud Computing Resource IBM SoftLayer Competitor Cloud

    VM Processors (vCPU) 1-16 vCPU

    Flexible Options

    1-32 vCPU

    Fixed Configs

    VM Memory (RAM) 1-64 GB

    Flexible Options

    1-244 GB

    Fixed Configs

    Virtualization Supported (Hypervisors) Xen, VMWare, Hyper-V,

    Citrix, Parallels

    Xen

    Single-Tenant (unshared) Resources Bare Metal Servers

    Private VM Instances

    Dedicated VM Instances

    Bare Metal Processors (Cores) 1 4-40 Cores

    Bare Metal Memory (RAM) 1 Up to 512GB

    Bare Metal Internal Storage1 Up to 4TB

    HDD or SSD

    Network Block Storage SAN, iSCSI, NAS Proprietary Block Storage

    Object Storage OpenStack Swift Proprietary Object Storage

    Virtual Networking VLAN, Layer-2, Layer-3

    1GbE ,10GbE

    Triple Network, IPV4,

    IPV6

    VPC, Layer-3

    1 GbE, 10GbE

    Shared network, IPV4

    Global Networking Global private network

    Unmetered VPN to VLAN

    Unmetered DC to DC

    Internet Gateway

    Metered VPN to VPC

    Metered DC to DC

    15Capability comparison based on vendor services publicly available as of 6/24/2014. 1) http://bit.ly/SLBareMetal , http://goo.gl/tV29n

    http://www.softlayer.com/bare-metal-servershttp://goo.gl/tV29n

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    Price/PerformanceInfrastructureas a Service

    Business Processas a Service

    Softwareas a Service

    Platformas a Service

    Developer experience

    Time to build

    Business function

    User experience

    Utilize cloud services delivered from IBMs SmartCloud.

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    How Do You Compare Cloud Service Models?

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    A workload based comparison

    Looking at just instance acquisition cost is often misleading

    Does not represent real world

    What is the cost of delivering a workload?

    Line items of cost other than just instance acquisition cost

    What is the infrastructure needed to deliver a given

    workload?

    How does performance factor in?

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    Cost per Workload

    We use a cost per workload metric to get a true view of price/performance

    Cost per unit work done

    Takes into account performance and 3 year Total Cost of Acquisition (TCA)

    Total Cost of Acquisition is broader than upfront acquisition-only cost and includes

    Infrastructure acquisition cost (Compute, Storage, Network)

    Hourly or monthly charges for a 3 year period

    Software acquisition cost (OS, hypervisor, middleware)

    Software S&S for a 3 year period

    Data transfer cost