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© Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. 1 Sundara Nagarajan (“SN”) email@example.com CLOUD SYSTEMS AUTOMATION
© Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. 2© Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. HP Confidential. 2 About this Presentation –Introduce the evolution and trends in Enterprise IT in the context of cloud paradigm moving towards the need for systems automation –Focus on the user needs that are driving systems and service automation in the Enterprise context –Discussion on a few technologies and design patterns in cloud systems automation –This presentation is around products & technologies HP is working on; but these are used as illustrative examples; this is not a product presentation
© Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. 33 STRATEGIC ROLE OF IT CHANGING BUILD on-premises cloud services CONSUME off-premises services securely TRANSFORM legacy infrastructure and applications and processes MANAGE AND SECURE across legacy applications and cloud assets IT becomes the builder and broker of services
© Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. 44 Right service delivered at right time based on business need HYBRID DELIVERY ENABLES TRANSFORMATION… AUTOMATE Self service delivery to users ORCHESTRATE AND SECURE Hybrid services based on policies AMZN MSFT HP
5©2010 HP Confidential5 Then Now Predictable workloads Structured data Manageable growth Application unique IT Storage management Virtualization and utility Rise of unstructured data Explosive data growth Consolidated infrastructure System & Service-oriented Storage Must Change
© Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. 66 HYBRID DELIVERY FRAMEWORK SELF-SERVICE USER - Infrastructure - Platform - Applications - Industry Services Catalog BROKER Orchestrate BRIDGE PRIVATE CLOUD VIRTUAL PRIVATE AND INDUSTRY CLOUDS PUBLIC CLOUDS SECURE
©2010 HP Confidential7 Cloud Service Lifecycle HP Cloud Functional Architecture Demand Delivery Supply Service Management Service Governance Resources and Foundation Provision Service Presentation (Portal) IaaS PaaS SaaS Manage Order Measure Deploy Run Monitor Optimise
©2010 HP Confidential8 Demand Delivery Supply HP Cloud Functional Reference Architecture NETWORK POWER & COOLING SOFTWAR E INFORMATIONCLOUDSTORAGESERVERS Resources (Infrastructure, Platform, Software, Information or Business) Resource Management Allocation, optimization, utilization, policies, performance monitoring, usage metering Resource Management Allocation, optimization, utilization, policies, performance monitoring, usage metering Resource Provisioning and Configuration Source and integrate resources Resource Provisioning and Configuration Source and integrate resources Service Configuration and Activation Orchestration, scheduling, optimization Delivery Assurance Availability, performance, continuity, compliance Service Portfolio Mgmt demand, sourcing, finance Service Portfolio Mgmt demand, sourcing, finance Service Offering Catalog Service Catalog and Portal Layer Service Request Mgmt Charging rating Charging rating Revenue Settlement Order Mgmt Order Mgmt Billing interaction Billing interaction User Mgmt Identity, access, roles User Mgmt Identity, access, roles Service Usage Consumption Service Usage Consumption Service Health SLA Dashboard, reporting Service Health SLA Dashboard, reporting Service Desk Notification, collaboration, kb Service Desk Notification, collaboration, kb Service Management Service Governance Service Access Service Access
© Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. 99 App support, leadings hypervisors, multi-OS Automate the deployment and configuration of applications and middleware (SaaS & PaaS) Unified portal and service catalog with easy to use, consumer experience Extensibility with a range of cloud service management and security solutions Needs DEFINED Intelligent automation to manage and secure heterogeneous cloud infrastructure and application services across private, public and hybrid clouds Integrated extensions for service provider aggregation, application lifecycle, security and end-to-end service management Cloud Service Automation Intelligent automation for managing and securing cloud public, private, and hybrid services from infrastructure to applications CLOUD SERVICE AUTOMATION Converged Infrastructure Traditional Infrastructure HYBRID & HETEROGENEOUS INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT Cloud Service Automation APP LIFECYC LE MGMT HIGHLY AUTOMATED SOLUTION FOR RAPID PROVISIONING AND LOWER COST Services Catalog Orchestration Provisioning and Monitoring Burst Extension s OPEN ARCHITECTURE TO MANAGE HETEROGENEOUS ENVIRONMENTS ENTERPRISE AND SERVICE PROVIDER SOLUTIONS EXTENSIONS AGGREG. PORTAL PROACTIV E SECURITY BUSINES S SERVICE MGMT. APP. LIFECYCL E MGMT. END-TO-END COMPOSITE APPLICATION LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT AWS
© Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. 10 PATHWAY TO HYBRID DELIVERY PRIVATE AND PUBLIC CLOUD Partial automation New disparate public and private cloud services TRADITIONAL IT Minimal automation Traditional methods of service delivery – internal, outsourcing, hosting Private Public Fully automated self- service delivery Orchestrated, managed & secured hybrid service delivery Brokered services based on business requirements HYBRID DELIVERY
© Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. 11 Thank you for the opportunity; Interaction? firstname.lastname@example.org
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