11 Cloud Strategy - EuroCloud.Austria

Report
Cisco‘s Cloud Stragegy,
Products and Solutions
Dr. Walter Dey, Distinguished Systems Engineer
Datacenter and Virtualization Team
Cisco Systems EMEAR
Eurocloud Austria May 23d, Vienna Austria
The Journey to Cloud
ApplicationBased Silos
Zones of
Virtualization
Consolidate
Centralize
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ITaaS
External
Cloud Services
(Internal Cloud)
Standardize
Virtualize
Self-Service
Automate
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Cloud Services Model
APPLICATION
(SaaS)
End-User
PLATFORM
(PaaS)
Programmer
INFRASTRUCTURE
(IaaS)
Admin
IT FOUNDATION
Admin
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Cisco‘s Cloud Strategy
Enabling Cloud Services
Based on our Network Platform Advantage
Tailored Solutions
for Building
Clouds
Rich Ecosystem
with
Integrated
Research
In Motion
Solutions
Accelerate the
Use of Cloud
Services
Enable customers to
deploy tested, best
of breed solutions
Enable customers to
deploy cloud services
to collaborate and
secure their business
SAMSUNG
Enable customers to
build and operate
public or private clouds
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The Power of Cloud:
Pooled Resources, Delivered as a Service
Attributes
Delivered
as a Service
Services
•On demand, self service
•Measured usage
•Elastic supply
•Network delivered
•Infrastructure-as-a-service
•Comms/Collab-as-a-service
•Virtual desktop
•Business applications
•Video-as-a-service
Compute
Pooled Resources
Network
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Storage
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UCS: Unified Computing System:
Designed for the Cloud
A Platform for Today and
Tomorrow’s Data Center and
Cloud.
Designed ground up for next
generation data center
Integrated compute and networking
Tightly integrates x86 servers,
adapters and LAN/SAN connectivity
Agility to seamlessly scale
API First: designed for automation
from cloud portals
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UCS: Unified Computing System:
Designed for the Cloud
Unified Fabric –
Fabric Extenders
• Simplify I/O infrastructure and management
• Reduce support infrastructure up to 50% –
NICs, HBAs, chassis interconnects, cabling
Embedded –
Unified
Management
• Single, highly available point of management
• Reduce management tools and consoles
• XML API designed for automation and cloud deployments
Extended Memory
Technology
• More economical footprint for memory-intensive workloads
• Higher VM consolidation ratios
• Large-dataset workloads on two socket servers
Virtual Adapters
• Flexible I/O consolidation
• Integration with leading Hypervisors
Stateless
Computing–
Service Profiles
• Configure servers and network connectivity as single action
• Faster provisioning – reduced spares inventory
• Abstracts automation from HW details, easing new HW introduction
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UCS Ecosystem
Enterprise
Applications
Vertical
Markets
Database &
Middleware
Management
Virtualization
Operating
Systems
Storage
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Cisco Unified Cloud Management
Applications and Services
Cisco Unified Management
Self-Service Portal and Orchestration
On-Demand Provisioning
Service Catalog
Service Governance
Lifecycle Management
Integration and Automation
Physical-Virtual
Resource Mgmt
Storage
Software Abstraction of Physical Infrastructure
Compute Abstraction
Policy-Driven Infrastructure
Compute Hypervisors
Integrated
Partner
Solutions
Pay-Per-Use
Network
Automated Scaling
Resource
Mgmt
and Abstraction
Dynamic Network Provisioning
Network Containers
Physical and Virtual Compute, Storage, Network
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Cisco Unified Cloud Management
Applications and Services
Cisco Unified Management
Self-Service
Portal and
Orchestration
Cisco
Intelligent
Automation
On-Demand Provisioning
Service Governance
Lifecycle Management
for
Cloud
Service Catalog
Pay-Per-Use
Integration and Automation
Physical-Virtual
Storage
Cisco
Resource
Mgmt
Software
Abstraction
of Physical Infrastructure
UCS Manager
Compute Abstraction
Policy-Driven Infrastructure
Compute Hypervisors
Integrated
Partner
Solutions
Network
Cisco
Automated
Scaling
Resource
Mgmt
Network
and
Abstraction
Existing IT
Management
Systems
Services
Network Containers
Manager
Dynamic Network Provisioning
Physical and Virtual Compute, Storage, Network
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Requirements for Hybrid Cloud
Enterprise Data Center
(Private Cloud)
Service Provider
Public Cloud
• Transparency: Transparently migrate any application to public cloud
- No change to application’s IP address
• Consistency: Ensure consistent operation (network policies, firewall policies, …)
across Enterprise DC and public clouds
• Security: Maintain complete isolation in public cloud (across multiple enterprises)
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Conceptual Approach
Enterprise-A Data Center
(Private Cloud)
Cloud Service Provider
Public Cloud
VPC-A
VPC-B
Enterprise-B Data Center
(Private Cloud)
Ensure isolation and
security in public cloud
• Transparent Application Migration
• Consistent network experience
• Secure container in public cloud
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Workload Mobility
Service Localization
Network services (firewall, load balancer,
etc..) available at scale, where needed, at
low cost
IP localization
Optimize workload availability
and performance across global
Data Centers
OTV
OTV
VM-Awareness:
L2 Domain Elasticity:
Consistent management of
network policy for virtual
OTV
machines
Enabling VM Mobility within
and between Data Centers
OTV
Device Virtualization:
Virtualized network devices
provide capex reduction
(device consolidation) and
opex reduction (less managed
devices)
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Storage Elasticity:
Flexible, virtualized SAN, delivered
on consolidated, wire-once
infrastructure using Unified I/O
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Cloud Case Study
Cisco IT Elastic Infrastructure Services (CITEIS)
Architect it
Architect it
Design it
Design it
Where can we put it?
Where can we put it?
Procure it
Procure it
Install it
Configure it
Install it
Configure it
Secure it
Manual
Is it ready?
Automated
Self-service
On-demand
Secure it
Is it ready?
Before CITEIS
After CITEIS
• Machine-oriented
• Manual provisioning
• Hard to control utilization
• Service-oriented
• Self-service; automated provisioning
• Elasticity (capacity-on-demand)
• High provisioning & ops cost
• Extended provisioning time
• Configuration risk
• Optimized provisioning & ops cost
• Rapid provisioning
• Increased Resiliency and Availability
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Cloud Case Study
Cisco IT Elastic Infrastructure Services (CITEIS)
-37%
Average
TCO
-27%
Average
TCO
Speed of delivery
6-8 Weeks
Speed of Delivery
2-3 Weeks
Average
TCO
Speed of Delivery
15 Minutes
IT Maint / Innovation
IT Maint / Innovation
IT Maint / Innovation
70%/30%
60%/40%
40%/60%
Legacy Computer Platform
100% Physical
Legacy Computer Platform
46% Physical : 54% Virtual
Virtualization
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Unified Computing Platform
25% Physical : 75% Virtual
100% Automated
Unified Infrastructure
and Automation
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Cisco Unified Data Center
Industry-Leading Innovation
Unified Data Center
• Nexus
• MDS
Network
Convergence
2008
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• Nexus 1000V
• VM-FEX
• VSG
VM-Fabric
Integration
Open
• UCS B-series
• UCS C-series
• FEX
Fabric-Based
Compute
Resilient
Secure
• UCS Manager
• Service profiles
• NX-OS Open API
• NSM/CIAC
Infrastructure
Automation
Scalable
•FabricPath/FEX
•OTV/LISP
•VXLAN
Multi-Dimensional
Fabric Span
2012
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