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Antoine Baz, CCIE6807, CISA Consulting Systems Engineer, Middle East

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What is Cloud?

Cisco Cloud Strategy Cloud Foundation Cisco Domain TenSM

Unified Computing Cloud Automation Why Cisco?

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• Cloud computing is

an operational model • A style of

computing… Gartner

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• “Utility”

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IT Resources and Services that are Abstracted from the Underlying Infrastructure and Provided “On Demand” and “At Scale” in a Multitenant and Elastic Environment

Anywhere, Anyone, Any Service

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Source: Gartner “Defining and Describing an Emerging Phenomenon,” June 2008.

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Hosting & Managed Services

Virtualized DCs

Cloud

Broad network access Resource Pooling On-demand selfservice Rapid Elasticity Measured Service

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Delivery and Service Models

Delivery Models

Hybrid Clouds

Private Cloud

Service Models

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Software as a Service (SaaS)

Community Cloud

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

Public Cloud

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

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Service Models

APPLICATION (SaaS)

PLATFORM AS A SERVICE (PaaS)

INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE (IaaS)

IT FOUNDATION

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Consumers in the service models Document Management Email & Office Productivity

Collaboration

Content Management

CRM

SaaS Consumer SaaS Consumer

Financials

Cloud Consumer

Sales

Backup & Recovery

Billing

Business Intelligence Social Networks

Legal

Storage

Human Resources

Virtual Environment

PaaS Consumer Database

Development & Testing Compute

PaaS Consumer

IaaS Consumer Integration

CDN

IaaS Consumer

Application Hosting

Backup & Recovery

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Management boundary in the service models Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Data

Data

Middleware

Middleware

Middleware

Runtime

Runtime

O/S Virtualization

Vendor Manages

Customer Manages

Data

O/S Virtualization

Vendor Manages

Applications

Customer Manages

Applications

Applications

Vendor Manages

Software as a Service (SaaS)

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

Runtime O/S Virtualization

Storage

Storage

Compute

Compute

Compute

Network

Network

Network

Storage

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Measured Service On-demand self-service Rapid Elasticity Compute Collaboration

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DR Storage Email

Resource pooling Cisco Confidential

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Healthcare

People

Business Media

Govt

Hybrid

Public

Private

& more

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Build Private Cloud

Virtualized Data Center

Buy Public Clouds Softwareas-a-Service

UCS

Infrastructureas-a-Service

X-as-a-Service

Platformas-a Service

Service Aware Network

Users/End points

Airport

Campus Mobile Users

Home Office Branches

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Why IT Is Making the Journey to the Cloud

Make IT More Agile Accelerate Application Deployment

Simplify IT Operations

Align IT Resources to Business Requirements

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SaaS Use Case

Business Benefit

Faster Accessibility to New Software Functionality

Cloud SaaS solution allows companies to try the software features and functionality before any investment in software and related hardware equipment, training, and integration. Delivers correct capacity

Self Contained Solution

Self-contained cloud SaaS solution provides flexible platform for rapid deployment without incurring major hardware, software, integration, upgrade, and support cost for the software/solution

Efficient Use of IT Investment

Access Anywhere Anytime

Reducing Software Upgrade Cost

Public SaaS cloud solution enables customers to focus on IT investment for core business functionality for competitive advantage and allows use of cloud SaaS solution for standard business functionality such as Email, Collaboration, CRM, etc.

IaaS Use Case Backup, Archive & Business Continuity (Disaster Recovery)

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Cloud solution – highly durable, scalable, and secure solution for backing up and archiving critical data. Reduces in-house asset utilization, frees up equipment, delivers correct capacity

Self Contained Solution – e.g. Storage for Data Analysis

Self-contained cloud solution using public IaaS provider allows access to flexible platform for rapid deployment without incurring major asset investment and any data transfer charges for moving the data between the solutions or solution and enterprise

Cloud Bursting

Cloud solution enables rapid access – “burst”— to additional capacity for peaks of demand. Lower costs, meets variable demand needs

Green Field Solution

New cloud solution provides reduced asset investment. Leverages highly scalable, globally available, and necessary business continuity model to achieve economy of scale

Dev/Test/QA Environment

Cloud solution provides shared resources with tight SLA for each development team. Leverages high degree of virtualization

Majority of SaaS cloud solution provides access to solution from any- where using any device (including tables and smart phone) at any time (high availability) Cloud SaaS solution creates an option to consider pay-as-you-use (Opex vs Capex) option compared to high cost investment for major software upgrade license cost, relevant hardware upgrade requirements, additional training, and integration requirements

Business Benefit

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Consolidate Assets

Virtualize the Environment

Standardize Operations

Automate Service Delivery

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UNIFIED DATA CENTER

• Simplify IT infrastructure • Automate service

delivery • Improve data

center economics • Leverage best-of-breed

partner ecosystem

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CLOUD INTELLIGENT NETWORK

• Evolve network to

support cloud services • Maintain visibility,

control, prioritization, and security • Maximize user

CLOUD APPS AND SERVICES

• Provide apps/services

anywhere, on any device, at any time • Deliver rich, interactive,

and compelling user experience

experience

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UNIFIED DATA CENTER

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Unified Data Center

CLOUD REQUIREMENTS

IDEAL INFRASTRUCTURE • Simplified management

Rapid Provisioning

• Physical resources deployed through

APIs and policies • Integrated compute, network, and

Simplified Infrastructure

storage resources • Resource abstraction

Self Service Consumption Model

Elastic Resource Allocation

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• Standardized services with front-

end portal

• Rapid scalability of virtual and physical • Automated deployment

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Unified Data Center

Intelligent Automation—Infrastructure Solutions Designed for ITaaS and Cloud

UNIFIED FABRIC

UNIFIED COMPUTING

UNIFIED MANAGEMENT

Highly Scalable, Secure Network Fabric

Modular Stateless Computing Elements

Automated Resource Management

• Consistent services

between physical, virtual and cloud applications • Simplify IT operations

• Unite computing, network,

storage access, and virtualization • Reduce TCO and improve

• On-demand physical and

virtual resources • Increase flexibility and

resource agility

business agility   

Nexus Portfolio MDS Portfolio L4 to L7 Services Portfolio

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  

UCS B-Series UCS C-Series Fabric Interconnects

 

Intelligent Automation UCS/DCN Managers

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CLOUD INTELLIGENT NETWORK

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CLOUD INTELLIGENT NETWORK

CLOUD SERVICES IaaS/PaaS Collaboration

Content Delivery

Enterprise Data Center

Mobile/ Remote User

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Assure Quality of Experience

Disaster Recovery Virtualized Desktops

HQ

Branch

Drive Network Agility

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CLOUD INTELLIGENT NETWORK

UNIFIED MANAGEMENT Service and Network Management

Policy and Analytics

Orchestration

PROGRAMMABILITY CLOUD INTELLIGENT PLATFORMS

VISIBLE

OPTIMIZED

Branch/WAN ISR

Catalyst

SECURE

AVAILABLE

Edge–Core

DC/Cloud

ASR, CRS

Nexus

SCALABLE

CSR UCS

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CLOUD APPLICATIONS and SERVICES

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Apps & Services

Unified Communication Collaboration Applications

HCS Management

Cloud Ready Virtualization Platform

Scalable, Resilient Network

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Process and Governance

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Security and Compliance

DC Domain

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User Portal

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Service Catalog and Management

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Service Financial Management

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Platform

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Applications

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Security

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Process

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Applications

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Platform Virtualization and Abstraction

2 Virtualization & Abstraction

Comp Compute ute

Stora Storage ge

Netw Network ork

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Facilities and Infrastructure

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Space, Power, Power, Cooling Space, Cooling

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Service Catalog and Management

Automation and Orchestration

Service Financial Management

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User Portal

2

Virtualization and Abstraction

Automation and Orchestration

Facilities and Infrastructure

Existing System Integrations

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Mgmt Server

Over the past 10 years • • • •

An evolution of size, not system More servers & switches than ever More switches per server Management applied, not integrated

Result • • • •

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More points of management More difficult to maintain policy coherence More difficult to secure More difficult to scale

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Mgmt Server

• Embed management

Mgmt Server

• Unify fabrics

• Optimize virtualization • Remove unnecessary -switches, -adapters, -management modules • Less than 1/3rd infrastructure

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Mgmt Server A single system that encompasses:

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Network: Unified fabric

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Compute: Industry standard x86

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Storage: Access options

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Virtualization optimized

Unified management model -

Dynamic resource provisioning

Efficient Scale -

Cisco network scale & services

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Fewer servers with more memory

Lower cost -

Fewer servers, switches, adapters, cables

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Lower power consumption

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Fewer points of management

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Single, scalable integrated system Network + compute virtualization

Dynamic resource provisioning Mgmt

LAN

SAN A SAN B

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Cloud Automation - Overview

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It takes me 6 weeks to get a new server. Argh!

I can build a new server in 15 minutes. Cool!

IT admin

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User

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Request a Server

Orchestration

Automation

Service

Task

Task

Approve Request Provision Server

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Task

Task

Add F/W rules Update AAA

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Unified Management—Automated Self-Service Provisioning

FROM 8 WEEKS TO 15 MINUTES Architect

Design

Where Can We Put It?

Procure

Install

Configure

Secure

Automated Self-Service Provisioning

Is It Ready?

Manual

Capacity On-Demand

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Policy-Based Provisioning

Built-In Governance

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On-demand self-service

Cloud automation enables 4 of the 5 attributes of a cloud

Broad network access Resource pooling Rapid Elasticity Measured Service

From the NIST definition of a cloud: http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/drafts/800-145/Draft-SP-800-145_cloud-definition.pdf

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Cloud Reference Architecture User Interaction

Management Interfaces Service Mgmt

Resource Mgmt

Service Lifecycle Management

Business Support Systems

Customer Mgmt

Customer Relationship Mgmt

Order Mgmt

Service Resolution Mgmt

Pricing & Rating

SLA/SLO Mgmt

Charging & Billing

Service Desk

Billing Data Mediation

Provisioning Mgrs

Capacity Mgmt

Incident Mgmt

Config. Mgmt

Security Assurance

Resource & Relationship Abstraction (Topology)

Fault Mgmt

Resource Domain Managers

Performance Mgmt

Identity Management – Auth/Author, Key Mgmt, etc.

Integration Framework

Billing

OSS/J, SOA, EAI

Operations Support Systems

Business Process Management

Assurance

Provisioning Plan Controller

Next phase(s)

Self-Service

Fulfilment

Run Book Automation

Phase1

Customer Interface

Workflow

Data Center Assets Network

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Compute

Virtualization Services

Storage

Applications

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VblockTM Infrastructure Platforms • Management and

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Orchestration: Unified Infrastructure Manager (UIM) framework Virtualization: VMware Compute: Cisco UCS Network: Cisco Nexus and MDS switching Storage: EMC Symmetrix VMAX or Unified

Solutions and Services • Accelerate time to value of

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VCE

Before 90-120 Days Order to “Production”

~30 Days Order to “Production”

Receive Components

Staging

Integration &Test

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Program & Provision

… and Post-Production Operational Simplicity

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VCE

Before

For each component, customer owns roadmap planning, interoperability validation, Receive Components patching and change management, hardware & software upgrades

Staging

Integration &Test

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Program & Provision

Seamless Support

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Features Cisco UCS™ B-Series Blade Servers and Cisco UCS Manager

 Standard, prevalidated, best-in-class converged platform: 

Virtualized and nonvirtualized environments

 Flexible: One platform scales up or out to fit many mixed workloads: Cisco Nexus® Family Switches

Add applications and workload

Benefits NetApp® FAS OnCommand™ Software Suite 10GE and FCoE

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 Flexibility: Future-proof platform to meet today’s challenges and scale for future needs  Built-in data center efficiencies: Lower total cost of ownership (TCO) with simplified deployments and rapid provisioning of resources  Reduce risk: Prevalidated architecture with prescriptive sizing and design guides

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Production Balanced Infrastructure VDI

Higher performance blades and more input/output operations per second (IOPS)

Starting Out

Deploy entry system, then scale up

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CPU Memory Capacity IOPS

Develop and Test

More computing and less storage

Data Protection and Backup

Less computing and more storage

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 Scale out with standard and proven configurations:

 Predictable and highly efficient:  

Capacity and performance Floor space, power, and cooling

 Benefits:

 Reduce effort for architecture,  

design, deployment, and testing Reduce infrastructure deployment cycle time by up to 50% Manage pools consisting of storage, compute, and networking resources, not individual systems Increased performance and capacity

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Summary

1 Cloud momentum is accelerating 2

The market is evolving as a World of Many Clouds

3 Cisco’s strategy is to enable cloud providers Cisco uniquely combines Unified Data Center and 4 Cloud Intelligent Network to deliver cloud services Cisco is best positioned to Connect People and 5 Businesses with the World of Many Clouds Š 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

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