The Evolution of Cloud Computing

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SunGard Availability Services Cloud Expert describes how SunGard's Cloud Services offer enterprise-grade managed hosting, including on-demand and virtualized infrastructure that can can meet the demand for improved IT efficiency.

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  • 1. The Evolution of Cloud Computing July 2010

2.

  • SunGard overview
  • The cloud is still being defined
  • Why cloud makes sense
  • Caveat emptor
  • The future of cloud
  • SunGard Enterprise Cloud Services
  • Q and A

Agenda 3.

  • SunGard overview
  • The cloud is still being defined
  • Why cloud makes sense
  • Caveat emptor
  • The future of cloud
  • SunGard Enterprise Cloud Services
  • Q and A

Agenda 4.

  • Solutions include:
    • Colocation, Managed Colocation, Managed Services, and Cloud Services
  • >40 data centers in North America and Europe
  • Over 4,000 customers worldwide
    • Financial Services, Manufacturing, Retail, Healthcare and Business Services, Transportation, Telecommunications and Utilities, and Government verticals
    • Solutions for Fortune 2,000 + Mid-market
      • $50M - $2B in Annual Revenue
  • Double digit Y/Y revenue growth

SunGard Managed Services 5.

  • DeliverInfrastructure and PlatformServices
  • Forenterprise-gradeapplications
  • That ensureavailability

Our Mission 6.

  • SunGard overview
  • Cloud is still being defined
  • Why cloud makes sense
  • Caveat emptor
  • The future of cloud
  • SunGard Enterprise Cloud Services
  • Q and A

Agenda 7.

  • Garter: a style of computing wherescalableandelasticIT-related capabilities are provided'as a service ' to external customersusing Internet Technologies
  • IDC: an emerging IT development, deployment and delivery model,enabling real-time delivery of products, services and solutionsover the Internet(i.e., enabling cloud services)
  • Forrester:a standardized IT capability (services, software, or infrastructure) deliveredvia Internet technologiesin apay-per-use ,self-service way
  • NIST:cloud computing is a model for enablingconvenient, on-demand network accessto ashared pool of configurable computing resourcesthat can berapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction

Cloud definitions are a work in progress Source: Jim Kaskade:http://jameskaskade.com/?p=594and National Institute of Standards and Technology: The NIST Definition of Cloud Computing, v15 8.

  • Service
    • Consumer concerns are abstracted from provider concerns through service interfaces
  • Scalable and Elastic
    • On-demand scalability adds or removes resources as needed
  • Multi-tenant
    • Shared resources allow economies of scale
  • Metered billing
    • Services are tracked with usage metrics to enable multiple payment models
  • Internet technologies
    • Services are delivered through use of standardized identifiers, formats, and protocols

5 essential characteristics of a cloud 9. 3 service models

  • Software as a Service (SaaS)
    • applications running on a cloud infrastructure, accessible from a web browseror other thin client
    • consumer does not manage or control the underlying cloud infrastructure
  • Platform as a Service (PaaS)
    • consumer-created applications deployed to the cloud infrastructure
    • consumer does not manage or control the underlying cloud infrastructurebut doe s have control over the deployed applications
  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
    • consumer provisions processing, storage, networks, and other fundamental computing resources
    • consumer does not manage or control the underlying cloud infrastructure but has control over operating systems, storage, deployed applications, and possibly limited control of select networking components (e.g., host firewalls)

SaaS SalesForce.com, Egencia, ADT PaaS Google App Engine,Engine Yard IaaS Amazon EC2/S3, Rackspace Cloud 10. 4 deployment models Private cloud: operated for a single organization. It may be managed by the organization or a third party and may exist on premise or off premise. Public cloud:made available to the general public Hybrid cloud : composed of two or more clouds that remain unique entities but are bound together by standardized or proprietary technology that enables data and application portability Community cloud: shared by several organizations. It may be managed by the organizations or a third party and may exist on premise or off premise. Source: Cloud Computing Use Cases,a white paper produced by the Cloud Computing Use Case Discussion Group, Version 2.0, 30 October 2009 11.

  • SunGard overview
  • Cloud is still being defined
  • Why cloud makes sense
  • Caveat emptor
  • The future of cloud
  • SunGard Enterprise Cloud Services
  • Q and A

Agenda 12.

  • Businesses can become more efficient and agile
  • Compelling economics
    • Capex to Opex: tenant not owner
    • Lower costs
      • Economies of scale: equipment, resource utilization and staff
      • Metered usage
  • Easier to manage
    • Its a service, with SLAs
    • Easier to buy
    • Faster provisioning
    • Easier to control

Why cloud makes sense 13. Applications Data Platform O/S Virtualization Servers Storage Networking Space/Power Applications Data Platform O/S CustomerManaged Cloud is an inflection point for customers to transition the burden of infrastructure and platform management to a service provider Path of Customer Evolution Applications Data Platform O/S Virtualization Servers Storage Applications Data Service ProviderManaged Networking Space/Power Virtualization Servers Storage Networking Space/Power Platform O/S Virtualization Servers Storage Networking Space/Power Applications Data Platform O/S Virtualization Servers Storage Networking Space/Power IaaS DIY Colo PaaS SaaS 14.

  • SunGard overview
  • Cloud is still being defined
  • Why cloud makes sense
  • Caveat emptor
  • The future of cloud
  • SunGard Enterprise Cloud Services
  • Q and A

Agenda 15. Barriers to adoption do exist

  • Financial
      • Increased ROI, quicker payback, lower upfront capital investment
  • Accelerated deployment
  • Greater IT flexibility and scalability
  • Focus on core competencies
  • Benefits of virtualization without the requisite experience
  • Cloud awareness and comfort continues to grow
  • Security and compliance concerns
  • Performance
  • Quality of support
  • Control
  • Vendor lock-in
  • Maturity of model
  • Is it really cheaper?
  • Applications not certified
  • Configurability / level of customization

Drivers Barriers 16. Market Dynamics Adoption & Attitudes

  • The majority of IT decision makers are taking await and seeapproach - a large percentage are eithernot interestedin ornot familiarwith cloud computing
  • North America is lagging in adoption / plans to adopt -with the Enterprise and Mid mid-market segments showing more interest than SMBs

Forrester, IAAS, 2009 26% 7% Forrester, IAAS, 2010 17. Ensuring Application Availability is Already Difficult Run : Manage production environments Protect : Ensure secure access to applications Recover : Protect application data and recover rapidly Optimize : Ensure application performance meets SLAs 18. Cloud/Utility Model Further Complicates Availability

  • Virtualization
  • On-demand
  • Resource pooling
  • Multi-tenant environments
  • 3 rdParty applications
  • New business models
  • Evolving security concerns

19.

  • Security
  • Where is my data?
  • How safe is my data?
  • Am I compliant in the cloud?
  • Legal issues
  • How does licensing work?
  • Management
  • How easily can I switch providers?
  • Will my application run better in the cloud?
  • How to manage the cloud/integrate with the cloud?
  • Does cloud hardware matter?
  • Performance
  • Are there service levels on performance or just availability?
  • Other
  • Will I really save money?
  • How to get data back in the event of a disaster?
  • Are there any standards in the cloud?

Make sure you ask these questions 20.

  • SunGard overview
  • Cloud is still being defined
  • Why cloud makes sense
  • Caveat emptor
  • The future of cloud
  • SunGard Enterprise Cloud Services
  • Q and A

Agenda 21. What you see today is just the tip of the iceberg 22. 1. The cloud of the future is an ecosystem Source: Cloud Computing Use Cases,a white paper produced by the Cloud Computing Use Case Discussion Group, Version 2.0, 30 October 2009 New multi-vendor use cases available in the cloud eg. business continuity Full range of IT Service Management abilities required to run infrastructure and services Open standards for ITSM and Security, essential for interoperability and to lower switching costs 23. 2. More focus on Platform as a Service Software as a Service SalesForce.com, TurboTax, ADT Platform as a Service Google App Engine, Engine Yard Infrastructure as a Service Amazon EC2 + S3, Rackspace Cloud Software as a Service SalesForce.com, TurboTax, ADT Infra Platform as a Service Terremark, Savvis,SunGardApp Platform as a Service Google App Engine, Engine Yard Infrastructure as a Service Amazon EC2 + S3, Rackspace Cloud 24. 3. Technology and Service integrationCustomer segment SMB Enterprise Use cases Complex Simple

  • Managed Services companies understand:
  • Security and compliance
  • Support
  • Integration of multiple vendor technologies
  • How to provide enterprise IT as a service

Service Technology 25.

  • SunGard overview
  • Cloud is still being defined
  • Why cloud makes sense
  • Caveat emptor
  • The future of cloud
  • SunGard Enterprise Cloud Services
  • Q and A

Agenda 26.

  • Private , not public
  • Enterprise grade,not commodity
  • Multi-sitefrom the get go
  • Production-ready , not just for Dev/Test
  • Integrated Virtual Data Center
  • IaaS, evolving to PaaS , not SaaS
  • Secure and compliant
  • Shared or dedicatedresources
  • Fully managedsolution

SunGards Enterprise Cloud Solution 27.

  • Q&A