Distributed Communication Networks Models for Getting Things Done
Embracing A Web 2.0 Mindset Collaboration – How can I make it easier for people to work together to deliver my public sector goals? Transparency – How can I open up my organisation to engage people and encourage them to contribute? Empowerment – How can empower people inside and outside my organisation to do more for themselves?
Market Opportunity Total Spending on Cloud-Based Services $16B $42B 27% CAGR Cloud Services currently comprise 4% of Enterprise IT spending and projected to grow to 9% of total spending by 2012 Cloud Services are projected to grow at 27% or 5x the rate of current Enterprise IT spending Source: IDC, Oct 2008; approximately 50% of Services spend is defined as SaaS. The five segments of Enterprise IT include Business Applications, Application Development Software, System Software, Storage and Servers. ($B) Per Gartner, by 2012 14% of infrastructure and operations architecture of the Fortune 1000 is expected to be private cloud.
Location Freedom HW Freedom Provisioning Freedom Business Process Freedom Cloud: Part of the Overall DC Evolution ConsolidationVirtualizationAutomationUtilityMarket Data Center Networking Unified Fabric Architecture Unified Computing Enterprise-Class Clouds Inter-Cloud
VN-Link Brings VM Level Granularity Problems: VN-Link: Extends network to the VM Consistent services Coordinated, coherent management VMotion vSwitch VMotion may move VMs across physical ports—policy must follow Impossible to view or apply policy to locally switched traffic Cannot correlate traffic on physical links—from multiple VMs VLAN 101
Towards Cloud Computing vSw vSwitch Virtualize at Network Scale vSw vSwitch CISCO VN-LINK On Premise Data Center Service Provider Standards based virtualization at a network scale Transparent interoperability between on- premise and off-premise computing Ex. VDI and DR Enterprise and service provider use cases
Executive Summary Cloud Computing represents a shift in how Applications and Data Center resources will be architected and consumed Cisco’s strategy is three fold: 1.Help Enterprise and Service Providers build their own cloud Data Centers or Cloud Hosting Environments 2.Create new technology to Enhance the State of the Art of Building and Using Clouds, 3.Invest in standards and interoperability to create the Intercloud The network plays a key role in enabling enterprise-class clouds and the Intercloud