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Bringing the Private Cloud to
the Data Center
Matt Eastwood
Group Vice President
Enterprise Platforms Research
September 2010
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IT in the Cloud is a Journey…
The Market Has Been
Cloud Washed…
What’s Next?
Enjoy the Ride
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Cloud Computing Defined
Cloud Computing – consumer and
business products, services and
solutions delivered in real-time over the
Internet including:
– Standard shared service (built for a market,
not a single customer)
– Solution-packaged (“turnkey” integrating
appropriate resources)
– Self-service
– Elastic scaling (dynamic and fine-grained)
– Service Metering (use-based pricing)
– Ubiquitous Network Access (accessible via
the Internet)
– Browser Based (standard UI technologies)
– Published API (common Internet APIs)
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Deployment Models
Public:
Open to a largely unrestricted
universe of potential users;
designed for a market, not a single
enterprise
Private:
Designed for, and access restricted
to, a single enterprise (or extended
enterprise); an internal shared
resource, not a commercial
offering; IT Org is the “vendor” of
the shared/std service to its users
Cloud Adoption:
Evolutionary vs. Revolutionary
Private
Cloud
Datacenter
ATraditional
Look Back
to 2005
Private IT
Dynamic IT
Dynamic
Cloud
Migration
Existing
‘Custom’
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Public
Cloud
PublicxSPs
xSPs
Cloud
Elastic
Scaling
New
New
‘Bursting’
Agenda
Market Trends
Attitudes Towards 'The Cloud'
Cloud and Convergence
Essential Guidance
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The “New Normal”
Shifting Business Goals Impact Technology Goals
Q. Prioritize the following business goals as they relate to your
organization by allocating 100 points among them.
100%
NC
+4
90%
80%
+3
70%
60%
+6
50%
Speed time to
market
Increase
market share
Improve
quality/
accuracy
Increase
revenue
40%
+3
30%
Increase
customer sat.
20%
-16
10%
Reduce costs
0%
Jan.
'07
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Oct.
'08
Sept. Jan.
'09
'10
Source: IDC Enterprise Platforms Surveys
 A more balanced view of
end-user business goals
is returning to market
 With virtualization, focus
has been on cutting
costs
 Customers are again
beginning to look for
additional business
benefits from IT
 Technology will clearly
play an important role in
future business
initiatives
Worldwide Server Market, 1996-2010
+8%
-30%
+23%
-27%
+$5.5B
-$20B
+$11B
-$17B
Revenue (%)
100%
14%
Other Servers
90%
‘97-’08
Change
45%
80%
31%
70%
Unix Servers
60%
50%
Other
-31 Pts
Unix
32%
40%
-1 Pts
30%
20%
x86 Servers
23%
10%
55%
+22 Pts
0%
'97
'98
'99
'00
'01
'02
'03
Source: IDC Quarterly Server Tracker, Q4 2009
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'04
'05
'06
x86
'07
'08
'09
'10
WW x86 Server Shipment Forecast:
x86 Servers Continue to Accelerating
YOY Shipment Growth
4Q Rolling Shipments
30%
9,000,000
Q108
Q208
Q308
Q408
Q109
Q209
Q309
Q409
Q110
Q210
Q310
Q410
8,000,000
20%
7,000,000
10%
6,000,000
0%
5,000,000
-10%
15%
100%
-20%
-30%
Q308 Q309
-1.7M
-21%
Q309 Q410
+1M Units
+16%
45%
4,000,000
3,000,000
2,000,000
Q409 YOY Growth
85%
4Q Rolling Shipments
-40%
1,000,000
0
Server Deployments are Increasing Rapidly on Refresh
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Source: IDC Quarterly Server Forecast. June 2010
The Technology Catalyst:
WW Growth 2009-2013
15
10
Efficiency
Complexity
Elastic Scaling
Off Premise
12.4x
8.4x
4.7x
5
1.3x
2.3x
2.5x
2.7x
0
Servers
(M)
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Blades
(M)
Cores
(M)
VMs
(M)
Data Transactions
(TBs)
10G
Ports
Server Installed Base:
The Evolution From Physical to Virtual
’09-’13
CAGR
Servers
100,000,000
75,000,000
50,000,000
WW Virtual
Server IB
31.5%
25,000,000
WW Server IB
0.6%
WW Server Shipments
6.5%
0
'96 '97 '98 '99 '00 '01 '02 '03 '04 '05 '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13
Virtualization Leaves its Mark and Primes the Market for Change
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IDC.
IDC Server Virtualization 2009
Virtualization is the Foundational
Platform for the Datacenter
• More than half of all
workloads (51%) will be
virtualized by the end of
2010
• Two-thirds (69%) by 2013
• Only 12.8% of all physical
servers are virtualized in
2009
WW Installed Workloads Virtualized
75%
50%
25%
• VM densities continue to
rise predictably
• Averaging 6 VM’s per
physical server in 2009
and 8.5 in 2013
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0%
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
2.1%
12.8%
22.3%
Servers
Servers
Servers
WW Server Virtualization Shipment Forecast,
2005-2013
1.4M VMs
15M VMs
VM Cross Over
8.2
7.7
7.1
3.0
2005
3.3
4.2
2006
2007
5%
Shipments
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5.3
2008
6.1
2009
2010 2011 2012
2013
21.6%
Shipments
New Economic Model for the Datacenter
Shifts to Automation Tools are a Requirement
WW Spending on Servers, Power and Cooling, and
Management/Administration
56 million virtual
machines by
2012
Virtualization
Management
Gap
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Virtualization is Foundation for Cloud
Consolidate
Virtualize
Automate Provision
Cloud
10%
20%
Self
Provision
90%
Metering &
Chargeback
Metering &
Chargeback
Mobility
Mobility
Mobility
Hypervisor
Hypervisor
Hypervisor
Hypervisor
45% Sites
18% Market
90% of Virt.
Sites
20% of Virt.
Sites
10% of Virt.
Sites
18%
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Cloud
Internal vs. External
Source: IDC Server Virtualization 2009
IT Optimization by the Numbers:
Houston We Have a Problem
Q. What were the top three areas of savings? (N=400)
% of Responses
% of Annual Spend
50%
40%
-15%
-5%
-9%
-8%
+20%
+17%
30%
20%
10%
0%
RE
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Server
System
Staff
HW
SW
Costs Drop 25% but 80/20 Rule Still Applies
Support
P&C
Source: IDC Server Virtualization 2009
Who’s Embracing the Cloud
Q. Rate utilization of public cloud over next 3 years (1-10 Scale)?
Total
 Cloud is divisive concept
with SMB and mature
virtualization site favoring
<500 Employees
500-4,999
5,000+
 SMB’s consuming SaaS
applications
 Startups and enterprises
with large scale Web
infrastructures
<15%
15-<50%
>50% Virtualized
 Enterprise developers
with one-off projects
3.00 3.25 3.50 3.75 4.00 4.25 4.50 4.75
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 Compute intensive tasks
Source: IDC Enterprise Platforms Survey, Jan 2010 (N=255)
Workloads in the Cloud
Q. Which applications will you run in Cloud in 3 years:
Bus. Processing
18%
DSS
16%
VOIP
13%
IT Infra
14%
App. Dev.
8%
Tech.
31%
Collaboration
41%
email
21%
Web Infra
0%
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25%
Agnostic
Private
32%
50%
 Workloads remain
the critical pivot point
in the datacenter
 Virtualization is hot
and it impacts cloud
adoption profiles
 Users with high rates
of business change
favor cloud models
75%
Source: IDC Enterprise Platforms Survey, Jan 2010 (N=255)
Server Workloads Topology
18 Workloads in 7 Workload Categories
Business Processing
Business
Processing
Web Infrastructure
Infrastructure
 ERP
 Streaming Media
 CRM
 Web Serving
 OLTP
 Batch
Collaborative
Collaborative
 E-Mail
 Workgroup
Decision Support
Decision
Support
 Data Warehousing/Mart
 Data Analysis/Mining
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App. Development
Development
App.
Infrastructure
IT Infrastructure
 File & Print
 Networking
 Proxy/Caching
 Security
 Systems Management
TechnicalR&D
Industrial
Source: IDC Server Workloads 2009
Three layers of cloud computing
Workloads
email
ERP
CRM
OLTP
Collaborative
IT Cloud Services
Cloud Applications
Software as a Service (SaaS)
Decision Support
App.
Dev.
Caching
Web
Platform as a Service (PaaS)
Streaming
Security
Networking
Technical
Cloud Platform
File
Sys Mgmt
Cloud Infrastructure
Infrastructure Services (IaaS)
Server
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Storage
Network
Platforms
Actual Mileage May Vary:
Migration Starting Point
Data Analysis
$16 Billion
$44.9
email
Data Mining
Streaming
Web
App.
Dev.
Collaborative
39%
41%
$14.0B
$17.6B
PaaS
SaaS
ERP
CRM
OLTP
22%
Technical
Caching
Security
Networking
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$13.3B
IaaS
Sys Mgmt
File Serving
Source: IDC Server Virtualization 2009
Cloud Implementation Help
Q. Who will help build out your private cloud?
 Larger companies and
leaders favor internal
IT
Internal IT Department
Virtualization Vendor
Server Vendor
 Smaller orgs and
laggards favor server
vendors
Networking Vendor
Systems Integrator
Storage Vendor
 Virtualization vendors
are broadly favored
ISV
Systems Management
Outsourcer
Local VAR
0%
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20%
40%
60%
80%
 Those planning
private clouds are
most likely to favor
Internal IT
Source: IDC Enterprise Platforms Survey, Jan 2010 (N=255)
Cloud Leadership
 Comparing mature and
understood (virt) with
unknown (cloud)
 The evolution to private
cloud will be led by
traditional IT
 Traditional IT suppliers lag
in Public cloud
 Larger orgs name IBM
 SMB favors Google,
Amazon and Salesforce
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Q. Who is the leading vendor?
100%
Don't Know
Other
Salesforce.com
75%
Amazon
50%
Google
50%
Cisco
45%
25%
55%
Microsoft
HP
IBM
VMWare
0%
Virt
Private Public
Source: IDC Enterprise Platforms Survey, Jan 2010 (N=255)
Attitudes Towards Convergence
Q. Most appeal w/ convergence?
3.6
3.3
3.9
100%
Don't Know
Other
• The sever will be the focal
point for IT convergence
75%
FCoE
• Larger companies, leaders
and leading virtualization
adopters favor most
Storage &
Networking
50%
Server &
Network
25%
Server &
Storage
Virtualization
& Automation
0%
Total
(N=255)
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Laggards
(N=131)
Leaders
(N=124)
• End-users rate likelihood of
converged adoption at 3.6
of a 10 scale
• Service providers more
likely to favor network led
convergence
Source: IDC Enterprise Platforms Survey, Jan 2010 (N=255)
New Business Cycle for IT
Business Value
Convergence Reigns for the next 10 years
Transactional
applications
and Database
ERP, Analytics
and Datamarts
Converged
Infrastructure
& Private
Clouds
Web
Collaborative
Application
Development
Public
Clouds
1985
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1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
File/Print and
Networking
Intersection Technology Offerings
Traditional IT
Outsourcing
Hosting
Public Cloud
Private Cloud
Traditional Servers
Converged Infrastructure
Homogeneous
HeterogeneousInfrastructure:
Infrastructure:
multi-node
computing
designresource
including
Server, storage
and network
processor,
memory,
network,
pools assigned
as needed
to storage,
business
P&C
in a single chassis
services
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Micro Servers
Market Segments Continue to Shift:
Understanding the Impact of Cloud
Units
% Server Spend
100%
75%
50%
PrivateCloud
Cloud
 Private
– Bladed and Virtualized
– Consolidation Play
81% 70%
– Existing Workloads
93%
PublicCloud
Cloud
 Public
– Homogeneous
17% 20%
– Dense/Low Cost
2% 10%
– New Workloads
25%
0%
6%
1%
2009
2010
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TraditionalIT
IT
 Traditional
– Heterogeneous
– Legacy & Proprietary
2011
2012
2013
2014
Cloud and Convergence, 2013
The Whole is Smaller than the Parts
2013 Mkt
CAGR (10-13 )
Not $144B
But $123B
Not 3.2%
But -2.0%
Security
Networking
Equipment
Storage
Systems
$62 Billion
$32 Billion
Streaming
eMail
Web
$11B
Caching
Server
Hardware
File&Print
Networking
$50 Billion
Workgroup
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$10B
Cloud and Convergence, 2013
A View of a Bifurcating Server Market
$52B: Bifurcation
Small
Site
19%
Scale-out
9%
Datacenter
34%
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Non x86
38%
An Alternative View (or is it)
Workload Optimization
$52B: Optimization
OLTP/DB
15%
BA
12%
BI
12%
Infrastructure
61%
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Essential Guidance
 CIOs pay attention to time, money and
people
 Downturns drive inflections and change
on recovery
 Workloads are the critical pivot point for
cloud and convergence decisions
 Many political barriers remain in the DC
 User demographics change constantly
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Questions
Matt Eastwood
[email protected]
Twitter: matteastwood
+1 (508) 935-4503
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