5 Open Innova*on Has Enabled Cloud Compu*ng
7 Private Clouds
8 No surprise that IT buyers prefer private clouds What are your firm s plans to adopt the following forms of cloud compu*ng infrastructure- as- a- service (IaaS)? (Percentage of respondents who answered planning to implement in the next 12 months, implemented, not expanding, and expanding/upgrading implementaoon) Expanding/upgrading implementaoon or implemented, not expanding Planning to implement in the next 12 months 33% claim a private cloud already 10% 10% 33% 9% 21% 13% Public cloud (N=575) Hosted private cloud (N=575) Internal private cloud (N=575) Base: North American and European IT decision makers at enterprise firms with 1,000 or more employees Source Forrsights Hardware Survey Q3 2013
9 Gartner on Private Cloud Progress
11 Biggest Concern in Building Private Clouds is. IBM IBM's approach to addressing applicaoon release challenges (prior to the acquisioon of UrbanCode) leverages and extends its ALM tools. IBM's primary focus cononues to be on providing test automaoon and version control, but RaOonal AutomaOon Framework provides a framework that enables pipeline management of complex middleware environments. IBM also recently released a new product, IBM SmartCloud ConOnuous Delivery, that can model environments and provide pipeline management to development/test environments with a focus on IBM's environments, such as IBM SmartCloud, PureApplicaOon System and IBM Workload Deployer. The acquisioon of UrbanCode adds release workflow and release automaoon capabilioes to IBM's offerings, in addioon to available integraoons with MidVision for arofact deployment or Opscode Chef (the open- source community version).
12 Cloud Management - Top of Gartner Hype Cycle Cloud Management Plaforms technology has moved rapidly to reach the Peak of Inflated ExpectaOons, and it will become mainstream in two to five years, as the high visibility of these tools is matched by the high expecta*ons that IT opera*ons departments have for these tools to manage their private, public and hybrid cloud environments, based on policy- driven automa*on.
13 OpenStack and Red Hat
14 What Exactly is OpenStack? Cloud Infrastructure Pla1orm Open Source Cloud Infrastructure Plaform Enables enterprises to build private clouds that provide AWS type services on their own/hosted infrastructures
15 Strong Interest in OpenStack AdopOon for Private Clouds
16 What is Red Hat Doing With OpenStack Leadership and InnovaOon Proof that Red Hat has skills, resources to: Support customers Drive new features Influence strategy and direcoon of project Enable partner collaboraoon Wide ranging parocipaoon, contrasts with most others who are more narrowly focused RHEL- OSP is an enterprise- grade distribuoon with ecosystem, lifecycle, and support that customers expect from Red Hat
17 Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Plaform (RHELOSP) Built on Highly Secure, Reliable, Scalable Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Strong Ecosystem, Support and Services
18 Value Of Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Plaform Bring an AWS- like soluoon on- premise Maintain control over data & data privacy Adhere to corp/govt compliance policies and regulaoons Provide on- demand capacity for the right workloads Deploy OpenStack with confidence Provides you an enterprise lifecycle Hardened, stable, and enterprise- tested OpenStack Based on the worlds most trusted enterprise Linux foundaoon Leverage the worlds largest OpenStack partner ecosystem of sokware and hardware soluoons
19 What Workloads Should I Run on OpenStack? TradiOonal versus Cloud- Enabled Workloads TradiOonal apps can take years to write, live for decades, are monolithic, need to be protected against failure at all costs Failover and clustering designed for this purpose failure of these apps could lead to business disaster Examples: large home grown, SAP, Oracle Financials, etc. Newer cloud- enabled workloads are different Disposable, stateless, modular Can adapt quickly to changes in external environment Examples: home grown customer facing apps, Neflix, Hulu, and many popular mobile apps OrganizaOons increasingly need to accommodate these two fundamentally different types of workloads
20 Cloud Apps vs. TradiOonal Apps Pets vs. Canle Change Systems of DiﬀerenOaOon Systems of Record Cloud Workloads Tradi*onal Workloads Infrastructure Resiliency - Governance - Systems of Engagement + Applica*on Resiliency +
21 What OpenStack IS and ISN T It is a Cloud Infrastructure Plaform Not a Cloud Management Plaform Not a Cloud Applica8on Plaform/PaaS Not Ideal for All Workloads Ideal for Cloud Workloads ApplicaOons built for Cloud Canle ApplicaOon Resiliency Not ideal for Tradi8onal Workloads Pets Requires Infrastructure Resiliency Future Undergoing Rapid EvoluOon, Large Ecosystem Working On It Cloud + TradiOonal Workloads?
22 Leveraging OpenStack in Next GeneraOon IT Infrastructure
23 Typical ExisOng Infrastructure Current State Widespread VirtualizaOon Some Public Cloud Use (SancOoned, Shadow IT)
24 First Goal - Build Private Cloud Manage Private/Hybrid Cloud (Need CMP) IaaS on ExisOng Virtual Infrastructure Manage Public Cloud Usage (e.g. Amazon)
25 Next Add OpenStack - Deploy & Manage Both Cloud and TradiOonal Workloads Single Pane of Glass Management Seamless Self Service, Brokering
26 Add AddiOonal Hypervisor(s) to Drive Down Cost of TradiOonal Workloads Single Pane of Glass Management Across MulO- Hypervisor, MulO- Cloud
27 Look of New IT OpenStack + CMP + MulO- Hypervisor
28 Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure (RHCI)
29 Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure An Evolu*onary Approach to Cloud Flexible path to the cloud allows you to build/extend your cloud at your pace, alongside your infrastructure, meeong your specific infrastructure and business requirements Not a Rip and Replace solu*on interoperates with your exisong infrastructure Cost effec*ve predictable pricing that is typically half the cost of proprietary soluoons Tightly integrated components holisoc management, shared image library simplifies your architecture Lower complexity much easier than rolling own version of OpenStack, or managing exisong VMware and public cloud environments with varying tools Future proofs your investment same management handles tradioonal and cloud- enabled workloads; OpenStack technology ready if/when you need it Enables Mixed Cloud Environment exisong infrastructure, new cost effecove virtualizaoon, cloud- enabled infrastructure, and public cloud infrastructure managed as a cohesive whole
31 More InformaOon on Cloud and PaaS Should Your Cloud Strategy Include PaaS? Krishnan Subramanian, Director of OpenShik Strategy at Red Hat and Jay Johnson, Principal Cloud Consultant at Red Hat Measuring the Business Impact of PaaS Dan Juengst, Director of Product MarkeOng for OpenShik PaaS at Red Hat