Presentation on theme: "FEDERAL DATA CENTER CONSOLIDATION SOLUTIONS"— Presentation transcript:
1 FEDERAL DATA CENTER CONSOLIDATION SOLUTIONS 8 April 2017FEDERAL DATA CENTER CONSOLIDATION SOLUTIONSGovCIO SummitJune 9-10, 20111
2 CSC Solution Portfolio Key Differentiators FDCC SolutionsCSC Solution Portfolio Key DifferentiatorsFull-SuiteOf Vendor-Independent Cloud OfferingsUnmatchedExperience delivering end-to-end IT Services and Solutions – Both Traditional and CloudProvenConsultative services and offerings enabling smooth transition from strategy to executionSecureArchitecture preferred by world’s most security-conscious enterprisesCustomer-FocusedService-driven business model
3 FDCCI Solution Area 1: NPS’ Federal Data Center Consolidation Offerings Strategy and RoadmapRefine existing DCC plansRefine DC baseline inventoryRefine facilities analysisDevelop/refine shared services and multi-tenancy roadmapDevelop/refine governance and risk mitigation strategyAlignment with Enterprise / Segment ArchitectureProofs of ConceptHigh Level Workforce and Job Impact AnalysisChange Readiness AssessmentENDING / TRANSITION: Next, I’d like to offer three brief examples of the work we’re performing for our customers. I hope they’ll provide clarity around the connections we seek to make between industry strategic needs and our solutions and service capabilities.The first example will speak to secure collaboration. The second to situational awareness, and the third to cybersecurity – the key solution area you heard about from Sam Visner earlier in this meeting, and a topic that permeates all four quadrants of our functional model.
4 Strategy and Roadmap Deliverables FDCCI Solution Area 1Strategy and Roadmap DeliverablesCloud First Strategy and DCC Roadmap ReportExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryKey Facts and FiguresOpportunities AssessmentEnablers / Barriers AssessmentBenefits AnalysisPrioritized Recommen- dationsStrategy and RoadmapUpdated FDCCI DocumentsChange Readiness AssessmentOrganization Impact AssessmentDeliverablesAgency DCC StrategyValidated Data Center Baseline InventoryFacilities analysisShared Services and Multi-tenancy RoadmapGovernance and Risk Mitigation StrategyEnterprise/Segment Architecture Alignment ReportRefined (existing) DCC plansHigh Level Workforce and Job Impact AnalysisChange Readiness Assessment and StrategyBeyond the Executive Summary, deliverables Include:Business Benefit Identification Workstream Analysis which identifies opportunities where the use of Cloud Computing models would provide business benefit.Cloud Enabler Study Workstream Analysis. An enabler study – or management scorecard—will provide baseline analysis and an ongoing progress monitoring tool. This Score card will highlight Example Client’s readiness to adopt cloud computing. The cloud computing score card will include rationale for the scoring of each component, and write-ups for findings and benefits, recommendations, next steps, and explanations. Options Scoring & Analysis. A conservative Cloud Computing Options Analysis tailored to the Example Client applications. The analysis will include the life cycle cost estimates by year for 9 years, benefit streams, assumptions, risks, and sensitivity analysis. Example Client will be delivered in the Example Client Cloud Computing Costs and Benefits Template. Assumptions, risks and a detailed explanation or breakout of the costs and benefits will be included.Prioritized Recommendations – Benefits Case. A document detailing a benefits case and “Rough-Order-of-Magnitude” (ROM) estimate of the up-front costs required of Example Client to move these asset(s) into a cloud environment along with an expected post-implementation cost recovery timelineCloud Computing High-level Roadmap . A high level Cloud adoption roadmap for the target processes and a high-level benefits study. This roadmap will include a baseline study of the existing environment in place under evaluation, the end-state vision of how Cloud can have a positive effect on this existing environment, as well as a description of the series of activities required to achieve the vision.Key Personnel Support. Availability of key personnel for up to one business day (8 hours) to answer any questions that may arise after the study is provided to Example Client. In support of Example Client, the 8 hours may be divided into two half-day sessions (within 2 weeks after the deliverables have been provided) to discuss clarifying questions.CSC takes a holistic approach to developing a roadmap that will yield early and sustained results
5 Proof of Concept Results Reports (Examples) FDCCI Solution Area 1Strategy and RoadmapProof of Concept Results Reports (Examples)3rd Party SaaS3rd Party PaaSFederal Agencies are expected to identify at least three areas where “optimization through server virtualization or cloud computing alternatives may be used”3rd Party IaaSPrivate PaaSPrivate IaaSAssessing and Prioritizing Proof of Concept Opportunities Opportunities will be assessed on a number of dimensions to develop an overall score and priority for each opportunity.VirtualizationExample CloudFirst Proofs of Concept (PoC)Infrastructure VirtualizationGoogle MailAnything on the RoadmapSecurityManagementCSC's tools accelerate the speed to value for data center consolidation analysis
6 Strategy and Roadmap (Cont’d) FDCCI Solution Area 1Strategy and Roadmap (Cont’d)CloudFirst Strategy and DCC Roadmap ReportOpportunities AssessmentExisting Data Center ServicesConsolidation OpportunitiesApplication ServicesReplace Application Services with 3rd Party SaaS (e.g., Salesforce, Gmail, MS Office 360…)Rebuild Application Services on 3rd Party PaaS (e.g., Force.com, Google Apps, MS Azure…)Rebuild Application Services on Private Virtualized PaaS (e.g., SpringVM…)Migrate Physical Infrastructure Services to 3rd Party IaaS (e.g., CSC BizCloud…)Migrate Physical Compute Services to Private Virtualized Compute Services (P2V)Migrate Physical Storage Services to Private Virtualized Storage Services (P2V)Eliminate Network Services as Dependent Data Center Services are EliminatedEliminate Facility Services as Dependent Data Center Services are EliminatedMigrate Services Management and Cybersecurity Services to 3rd Party ProvidersEliminate Services Management and Cybersecurity Services as Dependent Services are EliminatedApplication Platform ServicesData & Information ServicesCompute ServicesStorage ServicesWe take a holistic and systematic approach to defining opportunities fully considering the mission and strategy of the client organization as well as the financial, technical and workforce/change implications.Network ServicesFacility ServicesPervasive Service Management & Cybersecurity ServicesWe assess the full range of available opportunities for eliminating existing data center services
7 Business Case for Consolidation FDCCI Solution Area 18 April 2017Business Case for ConsolidationILLUSTRATIVEConsolidation OpportunitiesBusiness PrioritySavings Potential (Range)Replace Application Services With 3rd Party SaaS (e.g., Salesforce, Gmail, MS Office 360…)Not ApplicableNARebuild Application Services On 3rd Party PaaS (e.g., Force.com, Google Apps, MS Azure…)Rebuild Application Services On Private Virtualized PaaS (e.g., SpringVM…)Run Phase10% – 30 %Migrate Physical Infrastructure Services to 3rd Party IaaS (e.g., CSC BizCloud…)Crawl Phase15% – 35%Migrate Physical Storage Services to Private Virtualized Storage Services (P2V)15% – 30%Eliminate Network Services as Dependent Data Center Services are EliminatedWalk Phase10% – 25%Eliminate Facility Services as Dependent Data Center Services are Eliminated20% – 40%Migrate Services Management and Cybersecurity Services to 3rd Party Providers10% – 20 %Eliminate Services Management and Cybersecurity Services as Dependent Services are EliminatedWe apply our Cloud Adoption Assessment (CAA) to assess available consolidation opportunities for their implementation priority and potential savings:Use Cloud Adoption Assessment to identify consolidation opportunities applicable to the client’s business strategy and contextDetermine opportunity impact and establish implementation prioritizationIdentify potential for savings when successfully implemented and adoptedWe analyze each consolidation opportunity to determine its business prioritization and potential savings
8 Strategy and Roadmap — Deliverables (Cont’d) FDCCI Solution Area 1Strategy and Roadmap — Deliverables (Cont’d)CloudFirst Strategy and DCC Roadmap ReportStrategy and RoadmapOperational Proof of Concept (POC): IaaS compute privateActivities to realize consolidation opportunities in Near, Short, and Long TermChanges needed in each enterprise enabler (Organization, Business Process, Facilities, Infrastructure, Applications, Data, Service Lifecycle Management, Security, Etc.) to realize consolidation opportunities(POC) IaaS storage private(POC) PaaS production private(POC) PaaS pre-production privateDevelop detailed cloud strategyServices which can be sold as follow-on work to this serviceThe FDCCI Strategy and Roadmap offering specifically will help position CSC to provide downstream FDCCI offerings:FDCCI Design and ExecutionFDCCI Data Center Services ManagementFDCCI Services From the CloudClients who initially focused on Data Center Consolidation may be open to other forms of Services Transformation such as modernization, refactoring, optimization, extensions, customization, integration, etc. to further reduce cost and risk, and to increase productivity, agility, security, and compliance:Enterprise Architecture / Service-Oriented Enterprise: SOAsure Consultative ServicesBusiness Transformation: SOAsure Accelerated Business TransformationApplications Modernization: SOAsure Business Driven Application ModernizationCybersecurity: Enterprise Security RoadmapMobility: Mobility StrategyDevelop detailed SOA roadmapDevelop detailed application and data services roadmap for simplificationWe provide a strategy and roadmap for activities that achieve the full benefit of each opportunity
9 Strategy and Roadmap — Case Examples FDCCI Solution Area 1Strategy and Roadmap — Case ExamplesU.S. Pension Benefit Guaranty CorporationIdentified 25% productivity gain and 30% cost savingImproved compliance with Federal Cloud/FDCCI mandatesNow executing recommended IaaS activities per roadmapU.S. Agency for International DevelopmentIdentified significant cost saving in and desktop servicesImproved compliance with Federal Cloud/FDCCI mandatesNow executing Cloud migration and virtual desktopNASA Ames Research CenterIdentified significant cost savings in high performance computingImproved compliance with Federal Cloud/FDCCI mandatesImplementation of IaaS to re-host scientific applicationsCommercial Case Study Details [Monsanto]Multinational agricultural biotechnology client has aggressive technology growth targets to support R&D effortsOrganic technology growth continues at a rate of 10% to 15% per year – excluding R&DEnterprise data center capacity is currently at 68% utilizedTo extend and optimize the capacity of data center, our client is launching initiatives to improve utilization of existing IT assets (e.g., Virtualization acceleration, blade computing evaluation, storage strategy and tiering)As an alternative to building out their data center, cloud offers a strong potential for enhancing capacity needs (e.g., Cloud strategy, network capacity, pilots)Other case studies are contained on the FDCCI Sales Calatog link below.https://portal.amer.csc.com/wiki/display/SalesCat/FDCCI+Strategy+and+Roadmap#FDCCIStrategyandRoadmap-DefinitionMultinational agricultural biotechnology client has aggressive technology growth targets to support R&D effortsTo extend and optimize the capacity of data center, Monsanto launched initiatives to improve utilization of existing IT assets (e.g., Virtualization acceleration, blade computing evaluation, storage strategy and tiering)
10 FDCCI Solution Area 2: NPS’ Federal Data Center Consolidation Offerings Design and ExecutionData Center Consolidation PlanningData Center TransitionCloud TransitionITSM TransitionIT Infrastructure Optimization
11 TCO = Transition, Consolidation, and Optimization FDCCI — TCO Portfolio of ServicesTCO = Transition, Consolidation, and OptimizationConsolidation Planning ServicesData Center Consolidation PlanningTransition Execution ServicesData Center TransitionCloud TransitionITSM TransitionOptimization of IT Infrastructure ServicesIT Infrastructure OptimizationCSC’s full portfolio of interrelated Data Center Consolidation Planning Services; Data Center, Cloud or ITSM Transition Services and IT Infrastructure Optimization Services is designed to provide a one-stop solution for all agency FDCCI implementation needs in order to bring their infrastructure in line with OMB’s guidance and mandates.CSC’s full portfolio of services and solutions to assist clients in implementing their FDCCI strategy
12 FDCCI Service Delivery Model — ITIL Aligned FDCCI — TCO Portfolio of ServicesFDCCI Service Delivery Model — ITIL AlignedSA2-ConsolidationSolution Area 1FDCCI AREASolution Area 4Solution Area 3SA2- TransitionSA2-OptimizationStrategy and RoadmapService StrategyService DesignConsolidation Planning & Org. Impact AssessmentInformation Assurance FrameworkService TransitionTransitionExecutionChange ManagementData Center TransitionITSM TransitionCloud TransitionThe CSC FDCCI service portfolio follows the ITIL v3 IT Service Management Framework including Service Strategy, Service Design, Service Transition, Service Operation and Continual Service Improvement. The five stages of ITIL v3 map directly to our Strategy and Roadmap, Consolidation Planning, Transition Execution, Data Center/Cloud Operations and Infrastructure Optimization services.Our Service Transition, Service Operation and Continuous Service Improvement service lifecycle stages reside within CSC’s Information Assurance Framework, ensuring both information security and regulatory compliance throughout the service delivery process.Our Consolidation Planning services include an Organizational Impact Assessment component regarding the new service delivery model and its operational and business impact. This assessment focuses also on change management planning and on workforce transition strategy, as aligned and integrated into the overall Agency Consolidation Plan.Service OperationData Center Services ManagementServices from the CloudContinual Service ImprovementOptimization of IT InfrastructureITIL aligned and integrated deployment across the entire FDCCI portfolio
13 Delivery Tools, Guidelines, Methodologies FDCCI — TCO Portfolio of ServicesDelivery Tools, Guidelines, MethodologiesTransition Execution ServicesConsolidation Planning ServicesOptimization of IT Infrastructure ServicesCapability Maturity ModelBaseline DiscoveryDetailed Consolidation PlanTransition Program ManagementReference ArchitecturesBusiness & ITSM Process AlignmentCSC Delivery Toolkits, Guidelines, Methodologies for executing the TCO service portfolioOver the years CSC’s delivery organizations have developed a robust collection of IP artifacts (guidelines, reference architecture, technique papers, white papers, design blueprints, templates, playbooks, leading practices, assessment questioners, TCO/ROI Calculators, methods, frameworks etc.) and tools (application discovery, network mapping, capacity analysis, dependency mapping, health check, etc.) designed to support the planning and execution of the CSC FDCCI SA2 service portfolio for Consolidation, Transition and Optimization if IT infrastructure.As part of our Organizational Impact Assessment and Change Management services our approach includes also stakeholder readiness assessments, workforce, workload and job impact analyses, as well as a complete set of communication mechanisms that can easily be tailored to varying agency stakeholder needs.App Dependency MappingTCO/ROI EvaluationContinual Service OptimizationSet of proven artifacts derived from CSC’s best-in-class commercial andfederal practices
14 FDCCI Solution Area 3: NPS’ Federal Data Center Consolidation Offerings Enterprise ManagementEnterprise Managed ServicesManaged Infrastructure ServicesManaged Support ServicesApplication Services ManagementEnterprise Hosting ServicesSecurity Services
15 FDCCI Solution Area 3 – Enterprise Management Offering Overview123456Managed Infrastructure ServicesManaged Support ServicesApplication Services ManagementEnterprise Hosting ServicesEnterprise Managed ServicesSecurity ServicesMidrange Server AdministrationNetwork AdministrationStorage AdministrationMainframeAdministrationManaged Infrastructure ServicesContent ManagementData Protection ServicesRemote Infrastructure ManagementService DeskManaged Support ServicesData Center ServicesCOTS Product Monitoring & ManagementCustomized Application MonitoringManaged Support ServicesApplication Services ManagementTrusted Hosting ManagementEnterprise Hosting ServicesManaged Infrastructure ServicesSecurity Operations Center (SOC)Audit Log ManagementAnti-Virus and IDSVulnerability and Risk ManagementSecurity ServicesBusiness Continuity ServicesFile Integrity Data Loss ManagementIncident ManagementOfferings can be all inclusive under Enterprise Management Services; or can be offered as individual Managed Support areas such as Managed Infrastructure Services, or Managed Support Services or any individual or combined of sub-services in each Managed Services areaFrom customized service options to enterprise managed services,CSC’s dynamic model offers client flexibility …
16 Services management excellence despite landscape complexity FDCCI Solution Area 3 – Enterprise ManagementCore DifferentiationA Comprehensive Offering Structure Positions CSC as a Systems Integration Leader:ExperienceGlobalU.S. MarketU.S. Public SectorManaged Services IncorporationData Center ServicesConsolidation and OptimizationCloud Adoption and DeliveryIntrinsic Security ModelWhile several of CSC’s competitors maintain a strong presence in various business areas, only CSC can showcase experience and ability to leverage best practices and operational excellence across ALL areas:On a Global ScaleWithin the U.S. MarketWithin the U.S. GovernmentWhile several competitors (e.g. Amazon, Google) can offer emerging technology (e.g. cloud services) solutions, they fail to offer integration transition into a Managed Services frameworkCSC’s experience in the private sector allows for customization of commercial best practices to meet U.S. Government requirementsCSC includes embedded security solutions to meet government agency specific requirements in all Managed Service offerings.CSC utilizes dedicated security professionals familiar with the latest government security requirements. They utilize standard implementation, monitoring, problem escalation, and problem resolution processes and proceduresServices management excellence despite landscape complexity
17 FDCCI Solution Area 3 – Enterprise Management Program Case StudyFully-Managed, In-ScopePartially-ManagedManaged Infrastructure ServicesServerNetworkStorageMainframeData ProtectionContent ManagementManaged Support ServicesRemote Infrastructure ManagementService DeskData Center ServicesApplication Services ManagementCOTS Product ManagementCustomized Applications ManagementEnterprise Hosting ServicesCloud and Hosting ServicesSecurity ServicesSecurity Operations Center (SOC)Incident Mgmt. and Managed ServicesCSC’s Enterprise Management Offering Ensures Global Best Practice Consistency for the U.S. GovernmentWhile several of CSC’s competitors maintain a strong presence in various business areas, only CSC can showcase experience and ability to leverage best practices and operational excellence across ALL areas:On a Global ScaleWithin the U.S. MarketWithin the U.S. GovernmentWhile several competitors (e.g. Amazon, Google) can offer emerging technology (e.g. cloud services) solutions, they fail to offer integration transition into a Managed Services frameworkCSC’s experience in the private sector allows for customization of commercial best practices to meet U.S. Government requirementsCSC includes embedded security solutions to meet government agency specific requirements in all Managed Service offerings.CSC utilizes dedicated security professionals familiar with the latest government security requirements. They utilize standard implementation, monitoring, problem escalation, and problem resolution processes and procedures
18 CSC’s Global Footprint — Infrastructure Growth Curve FDCCI SA3 – Enterprise ManagementCSC’s Global Footprint — Infrastructure Growth Curve*Includes CSC Owned/Leased and 3rd party provider DCsCSC’s core data center footprint continues to decline (2009 stabilization references the Zurich outsourcing)While virtual infrastructure grows steadily, physical infrastructure continues to show a decline in footprint occupancyCSC has also been able to provide similar results in Data Center consolidations; and infrastructure optimization at customer owned Data CentersEMEAWhile global infrastructure footprint grows steadily, effective management promotes an optimized data center portfolio
19 U.S. Data Center Landscape FDCCI SA3 – Enterprise ManagementU.S. Data Center LandscapeAmericas Outsourcing Services (AOS)Cambridge, MANewark, DENorwich, CTChicago, ILMeriden, CTReston, VABerkeley Heights, NJChantilly, VACambridgeNorwichBerkeley HeightsChicagoMeridenNewarkRestonChantillyCSC’s data center landscape is a product of its customer portfolio. Each location carries a historical attachment to unique outsourcing engagements:Examples:Newark, DE: DuPontNorwich, CT: GD Electric BoatMeriden, CT: UTCChicago: Sears, AONBerkeley Heights, NJ: D&BCSC, then works to optimize and leverage this footprint, as appropriate, for both current and new business opportunities:As an original component of our Raytheon and County of San Diego contracts, CSC maintained a data center in the San Diego location. As a component of our optimization efforts, the local infrastructure was migrated to our Norwich & Meriden locations, thus, closing San DiegoCSC’s existing investment & footprint then offered the basis for data center support for new and organic growth. Requirements would be evaluated to ensure the proper solution (and investment) for those opportunities that could not be satisfied by the existing data center footprintDATA SHEET:Cambridge, MA: 10,000 sq ft (Tier 75 W sq ftNorwich, CT: 49,000 sq ft (Tier 31/65 W sq ftMeriden, CT: 64,000 sq ft (Tier 45 W sq ftBerkeley Heights, NJ: 24,000 sq ft (Tier 43 W sq ftNewark, DE: 88,000 sq ft (Tier 90 W sq ftChicago, IL: 50,000 sq ft (Tier 100 W sq ftReston, VA: 50,000 sq ft (Tier 200 W sq ftChantilly, VA: 13,000 sq ft (Tier 85 W sq ft
20 U.S. Data Center Landscape (Cont’d) FDCCI Solution Area 3 – Enterprise ManagementU.S. Data Center Landscape (Cont’d)Americas Outsourcing Services (AOS)Cambridge, MANewark, DENorwich, CTChicago, ILMeriden, CTReston, VABerkeley Heights, NJChantilly, VAAlbanyNorth America Public Sector (NPS)Albany, NYSt Louis, MOChambersburg, PAStennis, MSChantilly, VAMiami, FLCulpeper, VASanta Clara, CAChambersburgSanta ClaraSt LouisChantillyStennisCulpeperCSC’s data center landscape is a product of its customer portfolio. Each location carries a historical attachment to unique outsourcing engagements:Examples:Albany (Rensselaer), NY: eMedNY, Medicare Part-DChambersburg, PA & St Louis, MO: Army LMP, DTCIStennis, MS: DHSCSC, then works to optimize and leverage this footprint, as appropriate, for both current and new business opportunitiesDATA SHEET:Albany, NY: 10,000 sq ft (Tier 100 W sq ftChambersburg, PA: 6,500 sq ft (Tier 120 W sq ftChantilly, VA: 2,000 sq ft (Tier 35 W sq ftCulpeper, VA: 25,000 sq ft (Tier 160+ W sq ftSt Louis, MO: 17,000 sq ft (Tier 30 W sq ftStennis, MS: 61,000 sq ft (Tier 50 W sq ftSanta Clara, CA: Terremark’s Santa Clara site is currently being used as the TSA Disaster Recovery siteMost of CSC’s Data Centers are located in the eastern half of the U.S. However, CSC maintains partnerships with providers such as Terremark that offer different geographic locations such as Culpeper, VA, Miami FL, and Santa Clara, CA that can be leveraged as wellMiami
21 U.S. Data Center Landscape (Cont’d) FDCCI Solution Area 3 – Enterprise ManagementU.S. Data Center Landscape (Cont’d)Americas Outsourcing Services (AOS)Cambridge, MANewark, DENorwich, CTChicago, ILMeriden, CTReston, VABerkeley Heights, NJChantilly, VACambridgeNorth America Public Sector (NPS)ChicagoAlbany, NYSt Louis, MOChambersburg, PAStennis, MSChantilly, VAMiami, FLCulpeper, VASanta Clara, CANewarkChantillyCloud Enabled Data Center StrategyCulpeperNPS’ cloud strategy aligns with our commercial (AOS) deploymentNPSAOSCulpeper, VAMiami, FLCambridge, MANewark, DEChantilly, VAChicago, ILMiami
22 FDCCI Solution Area 4 NPS’ Federal Data Center Consolidation Offerings Services from the CloudSoftware as a ServiceCloudMail for GovernmentCloudDesktop for GovernmentPlatform as a ServiceCloudLab for GovernmentInfrastructure as a ServiceCloudCompute for GovernmentBizCloud for GovernmentENDING / TRANSITION: Next, I’d like to offer three brief examples of the work we’re performing for our customers. I hope they’ll provide clarity around the connections we seek to make between industry strategic needs and our solutions and service capabilities.The first example will speak to secure collaboration. The second to situational awareness, and the third to cybersecurity – the key solution area you heard about from Sam Visner earlier in this meeting, and a topic that permeates all four quadrants of our functional model.
23 A Cloud That… Is a Trusted Cloud FDCCI Solution Area 4 – Services from the CloudTrusted CloudA Cloud That…harmonizes the security for transactions and data with …comprehensive transparency of control and result such that …it conveys evidence-based confidence that systems within its environment operate as advertised, and that no unadvertised functions are occurring …Trusted Cloud is a requirement for secure, transparent, and data confident cloud compute transactionsAlways secure End-to-EndThe customer must know their data is secure at all times, from end to end and at restIs a Trusted CloudServices rendered via a Trusted Cloud are “Trusted Cloud Services”The generation of new enterprise value with Trusted Cloud Services is an application of Digital Trust to ensure data is always secure, in flight and at restCSC delivers a secure, transparent trusted cloud that operates as advertised
24 CSC Cloud Deployment Models — IaaS FDCCI Solution Area 4 – Services from the Cloud8 April 2017CSC Cloud Deployment Models — IaaS123Off PremisesPublic ServiceLeveragedAt CSC data centersCapacity: virtually unlimitedNormal discount structureOff PremisesPrivate CloudDedicatedAt CSC data centersCapacity: projection-basedRequires capacity forecast of 96 GB for 3 months or migrated to leveraged offeringOn PremisesPrivate CloudDedicatedAt client data centersCapacity: units of 96 GB vRAMRequires minimum commitment of 33% of capacityCSC Standard hosted services for the public sectorCSC Dedicated infrastructure hosting servicesCSC Supported “On Site” private cloud with all the functionality of CloudComputeNOTE: 33% capacity price model might not work for Federal clients. CSC will continue to evaluate this business model for the Federal Government.
25 CloudCompute for Government: Community Cloud FDCCI Solution Area 4 – Services from the Cloud8 April 2017CloudCompute for Government: Community CloudCSC’s secure, enterprise-class IaaS designed to support any application for any cloud deployment modelCloudComputeIaaS WorkloadsVirtual MachinesSupport OptionsBilling and ReportingOffice Productivity AppsCollaborationSocial Net.Client IT ManagementBackupAntivirusApplicationsMonitoringLine of Business AppsOperating SystemsWeb ServicesSecurityPatchingBusiness ServicesDatabaseDev/Test/Prod EnvironmentsBasic ComputeCloud Compute is the over arching infrastructure the integrates basic compute functions into a virtualized infrastructure to provide enterprise, business and productivity suites into the cloud with a full suite of support servicesStorageEnterprise AppsERPIP AppsHRCPUsCompliance and RegulatoryProvisioning and VirtualizationMemoryx GB RAMx Processorsx BandwidthCloudCompute Service Catalog
26 CloudLab for Government: Private and Community Cloud FDCCI Solution Area 4 – Services from the Cloud8 April 2017CloudLab for Government: Private and Community CloudCSC’s secure, enterprise-class IaaS designed to support any application development environment infrastructure model through to pre-productionLab environmentsVirtual MachinesDevelopment & Capabilities AnalysisSupport OptionsBilling and Reporting.Net JavaWorkstationClient IT ManagementBackupWeb ServerApplication ServerDatabase ServerAntivirusServer CapabilitiesApplicationsMonitoringTestOperating SystemsPatchingWeb ValidationApplication ValidationBasic ComputeDatabase ValidationPre Configured Virtual Development environments with as many servers and workstations as needed configured with almost flavor of operating system and utilitiesStoragePre-ProductionWeb SubstantiationCPUsApplication SubstantiationDatabase SubstantiationOn Demand Provisioning and De-ProvisioningMemoryx GB RAMx Processorsx BandwidthCloudLab Service Catalog
27 CloudDesktop for Government: Private and Community Cloud FDCCI Solution Area 4 – Services from the Cloud8 April 2017CloudDesktop for Government: Private and Community CloudCSC’s secure, enterprise-class PaaS designed to support any in-scope application for any cloud deployment model, on any supported end-user deviceCloudDesktopEnd-Device SupportSupport OptionsPrint RedirectionHQ AudioBilling and ReportingMultiScreenUSB RedirectionOut-of Scope Application DeliveryClient IT ManagementAntivirusSecure OS ProvisioningUser PersonalizationMonitoringActive Directory IntegrationShort CutsPreferencesMenusPatchingDISA STIGsVMWare ESXVMWare ViewCloudDesktop will be available on any of the three cloud models, as well as an Enterprise model (Dynamic Desktop). CloudDesktop will have three footprints ( S / M / L ) to suit various types of use-cases, and will have a number of in-scope features to include: standardized office suite, web browser supporting Flash / Shockwave and HTML5, document viewers, integrated virus scanning, remote print support, Bi-directional USB support for media devices (headphones, webcam). Out-of-scope features will be priced separately based on LOE, to include customization of the SOE, provisioning of legacy applications and Active Directory integration.Guest OSMultiple compute footprints(S / M / L )Basic ComputeDesktop Security OverlaysStorageFDCCSCAPMicrosoft PatchesProvisioning and VirtualizationCPUsOEM Operating SystemCloudDesktop Service CatalogMemoryWindows XP / 7 Desktop
28 Cloud as Business Platform Infrastructure as a Service FDCCI Solution Area 4 – Services from the CloudThe Future as a Service — A Portfolio of Trusted Cloud Solutions Guide Our Clients in Their Journey to Exploit Contemporary Platforms for More Effective Service Delivery — 3-Year RoadmapCloud as Business PlatformSupport third parties’ integrated servicesCSC Cloud Service Broker Platform and SolutionMulti-support of third parties’ Cloud FederationTransparency as a Service (TaaS) — broker for multi-cloud complianceIdentity and Access as a Service — IAMSaaSSoftware as a ServiceCloudSRM, supplier relationship management for the SAP ecosystem“App Store” for enterprise — social media for modern workspaceCloudPM – Project Management in the cloudPaaSPlatform as a ServiceMulti-platform application development — Force.com, Azure, Spring, Cordys, Google, open-source stackMulti-platform marketplace — CSC CloudBuildCloudTest – Performance testing in the cloudACE suite of application transformation services — Refactoring FactoryGuide Our Clients in Their Journey to Exploit Contemporary Platforms for More Effective Service Delivery — 3-Year RoadmapKey Points to Deliver:CSC has developed its strategy in response to market/client driversChange is being driven by new, non-technology specific sources such as demographics and business growthCSC’s network strategy is focused on assisting clients in driving growthOur network strategy is built from a market-facing point of view. Based on the experiences of clients, input from analysts such as Gartner and our own observations, we believe that there are key trends that are driving the market today and will continue drive the market for the next few years. While not all inclusive, we believe that these elements are reshaping the attitudes of how IT and network services enable business growth.These trends are both demographic and business-oriented.Demographically, as the current work force changes, driven by the ascendance of GenX into the leadership roles and entry of Millennials into management, the expectations of technology and its integration with business process will change dramatically. These two groups are comfortable with technology in both their personal and professional environments and have a greater expectation for the ability of technology to support their objectives. Additionally, these groups tend to be more environmentally aware and understand better the financial impacts and benefits of going green (reduced travel costs, improved productivity, and enhanced flexibility).From a business perspective, our clients have an increasing need to alter the financial model of supporting business objectives. Rather than carrying the capital costs and depreciation expense of applications and network assets that becoming obsolete at an accelerating pace, they are looking to their providers to assume that risk. Relying upon a partner such as CSC to integrate business processes with systems and networks allows clients to address their changing business requirements with increasing velocity. Finally, companies are facing an increasing requirement for transparency in their reporting and communication with partners, shareholders, and regulators. Having reliable information in a timely manner from across the enterprise is essential.Taken together these elements drive what CSC calls the “Consumerization of IT”. This concept refers to the fact that new technologies are originating in the consumer space and migrating to the enterprise and that the use characteristics are becoming more consumer oriented. Enterprises require more flexible platforms and services, available when they want them, in the quantity they need them, for the period of time they require them. Our focus on supporting cloud services therefore is designed to allow for the consumption of services in a utility modelWith a focus on securely enabling applications and cloud services, CSC’s network services will reduce human latency in decision making and increase worker connectedness. And we will do so by evolving towards these new models. Throughout the discussion today we will illustrate how our strategy and portfolio deliver on these expectations.CloudBackupCross-cloud federation and orchestrationMulti-core virtualization supportMulti-tier virtual storage supportIaaSInfrastructure as a ServiceThe future is “diverse on-demand services”
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