Going Cloud - warum und wie (IS11)
DNUG – Dortmund, Juni 2015
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Christoph Adler
Technical Account Manager – panagenda
IBM (Lotus) Notes / Domino since 2001
Consulting for projects
 Ad...
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Going (Migrating) to the cloud,
why?
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The Digital Universe
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The Digital Universe - continued
1 Zettabyte = 1.000 Exabyte = 1.000 Petabyte = 1.000 Terabyte = 1.000
Gigabyte
1 Zettab...
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The Digital Universe - continued
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The Digital Universe - continued
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Population Statistics
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The Digital Universe - continued
The irony of the digital universe is that, while
most of it (almost 70%) is created by...
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Data Security
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Other reasons?
• Features features features (cloud first)
• (unlimited) disk space
• Less license costs
• Availability
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Challenges!
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Cloud Messaging
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Top 3 Challenges for Cloud Messaging
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IBM (Connections) Cloud offerings
(short)
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Definitions
Public Cloud
Private Cloud
Hybrid Cloud
Community Cloud
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IBM (Connections) Cloud offerings
• IBM Connections Cloud S1 (formerly IBM SmartCloud Engage Advanced)
• IBM Connection...
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Cloud onboarding
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Challenge: Cloud onboarding
Scenario
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Challenge: Cloud onboarding - Preparation
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Challenge: Cloud onboarding – Preparation - continued
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On Premises
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Challenge: Cloud onboarding – Preparation - continued
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Off Premises
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Challenge: Cloud onboarding – Preparation - continued
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IBM Domino Doublecheck or third-party solutions
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IBM Domino Doublecheck or third-party solutions - continued
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Challenge: Cloud onboarding (Server)
IBM Mail Onboarding Manager
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Challenge: Cloud onboarding (Client)
Manual steps (end-users)
• 1. Announcement Mail
 Mailfile will be transferred/rep...
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Challenge: Cloud onboarding (Client) – IBM only - continued
Join SmartCloud Notes Mail
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Challenge: Cloud onboarding (Client) – IBM only
Manual steps (end-users)
• 1. Announcement Mail
 Mailfile will be tran...
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More virtualizations for a better
preparation
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User Activity: How to get the data manually
DB Activity: LOG.NSF – documents with form type “Activity”
 View selection...
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User Activity: How to get the data manually - continued
DB Activity: LOG.NSF – database activity details
 Note there i...
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User Activity: How to get the data manually - continued
DB Activity: CATALOG.NSF
 related information, but different f...
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User Activity Analysis: Example Visualizations
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User Activity Analysis: Example Visualizations - continued
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User Activity Analysis: Example Visualizations - continued
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User Activity Analysis: Example Visualizations - continued
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User Activity Analysis: Example Visualizations - continued
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Q & A
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Thank you !
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Christoph Adler
Technical Account Manager
panagenda GmbH – Solutions for Infrastructure Analysis and Optimization
● Don...
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  • IDC Study 2012
    Von 2009 nach 2020 = 40fach
    Von 2015 nach 2020 = 4fach

    Das digitale Universum verdoppelt sich alle zwei Jahre
  • IDC Study 2012
    Von 2009 nach 2020 = 40fach
    Von 2015 nach 2020 = 4fach

    Das digitale Universum verdoppelt sich alle zwei Jahre
  • While the digital universe is doubling every two years in size, and the number of information “containers” every 20 months, the number of IT professionals on the planet may never double again – or at least not for 20 years. In the context of the digital universe, the number of gigabytes per IT professional will grow by a factor of eight between now and 2020, while the number of devices on the IoT grows by a factor of 2 (not counting virtual devices).

    http://www.emc.com/leadership/digital-universe/2014iview/business-imperatives.htm
  • Die Public Cloud oder öffentliche Cloud ist ein Angebot eines frei zugänglichen Providers, der seine Dienste offen über das Internet für jedermann zugänglich macht. Webmailer-Dienste oder die bekannten Google-Docs sind ebenso Beispiele für Public Cloud Angebote wie die kostenpflichtigen Services eines Microsoft Office 365 oder eines SAP Business by Design.

    Dem gegenüber stehen Private Cloud Dienste. Aus Gründen von Datenschutz und IT-Sicherheit ziehen es Unternehmen häufig vor, ihre IT-Dienste weiterhin selbst zu betreiben und ausschließlich ihren eigenen Mitarbeitern zugänglich zu machen. Werden diese in einer Weise angeboten, dass der Endnutzer im Unternehmen cloud-typische Mehrwerte nutzen kann, wie z. B. eine skalierbare IT-Infrastruktur oder installations- und wartungsfreie IT-Anwendungen, die über den Webbrowser in Anspruch genommen werden können, dann spricht man von einer Private Cloud. Häufig werden diese Mehrwerte aber in so bezeichneten IT-Infrastrukturen nicht oder nur teilweise erreicht.

    Mit Hybrid Clouds werden Mischformen dieser beiden Ansätze bezeichnet. So laufen bestimmte Services bei öffentlichen Anbietern über das Internet, während datenschutzkritische Anwendungen und Daten im Unternehmen betrieben und verarbeitet werden. Die Herausforderung liegt hier in der Trennung der Geschäftsprozesse in datenschutzkritische und -unkritische Workflows. Voraussetzung ist eine saubere und konsequente Klassifizierung der im Unternehmen vorhandenen und verarbeiteten Daten.
  • Classic (de-centralized)
  • Consolidation (preparation of transformation to cloud)
  • NOT CLOUD … but datacenter not internaly - local servers
  • CHALLENGE: How to calculate the needed bandwith (correctly?)
  • CHALLENGE: How to calculate the needed bandwith (correctly?)
  • CHALLENGE: How to calculate the needed bandwith (correctly?)
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  • DNUG 2015 - Going Cloud - warum und wie (IS11)

    1. 1. Going Cloud - warum und wie (IS11) DNUG – Dortmund, Juni 2015
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    4. 4. 4 Christoph Adler Technical Account Manager – panagenda IBM (Lotus) Notes / Domino since 2001 Consulting for projects  Administration  Migration / Consolidation  Client Management  Application Management Since 2012 TAM at panagenda with core competence in  Notes Client Management  ICS Infrastructure Analysis and Optimizations Good to know…  Frequent traveler  Projects with many different companies in different countries  Beer or Wine? Beer!
    5. 5. 5 Going (Migrating) to the cloud, why?
    6. 6. 6 The Digital Universe
    7. 7. 7 The Digital Universe - continued 1 Zettabyte = 1.000 Exabyte = 1.000 Petabyte = 1.000 Terabyte = 1.000 Gigabyte 1 Zettabyte = 1.000.000.000.000 Gigabyte
    8. 8. 8 The Digital Universe - continued
    9. 9. 9 The Digital Universe - continued
    10. 10. 10 Population Statistics
    11. 11. 11 The Digital Universe - continued The irony of the digital universe is that, while most of it (almost 70%) is created by the actions of individuals – taking pictures, watching digital TV, being captured on surveillance cameras in airports – enterprises have contact with, and therefore liability and responsibility for more of it (85%), such as account information, email addresses, location stamps, and so on.
    12. 12. 12 Data Security
    13. 13. 13 Other reasons? • Features features features (cloud first) • (unlimited) disk space • Less license costs • Availability • Performance • Connectivity • […]
    14. 14. 14 Challenges!
    15. 15. 15 Cloud Messaging
    16. 16. 16 Top 3 Challenges for Cloud Messaging
    17. 17. 17 IBM (Connections) Cloud offerings (short)
    18. 18. 18 Definitions Public Cloud Private Cloud Hybrid Cloud Community Cloud
    19. 19. 19 IBM (Connections) Cloud offerings • IBM Connections Cloud S1 (formerly IBM SmartCloud Engage Advanced) • IBM Connections Cloud S2 (formerly IBM SmartCloud Engage) • IBM Connections Files on Cloud • IBM Connections Meetings Cloud (formerly IBM SmartCloud Meetings) • IBM Connections Social Cloud (formerly IBM SmartCloud Connections) • SmartCloud Notes • IBM Connections Chat Cloud • IBM Web Mail Cloud (formerly IBM SmartCloud iNotes) • IBM Connections Archive Essentials Cloud (formerly IBM SmartCloud Archive Essentials) Source(s) • http://www-03.ibm.com/software/products/en/ibm-connections-cloud • http://www.ibm.com/cloud-computing/social/us/en/planspricing/
    20. 20. 20 Cloud onboarding
    21. 21. 21 Challenge: Cloud onboarding Scenario
    22. 22. 22 Challenge: Cloud onboarding - Preparation
    23. 23. 23 Challenge: Cloud onboarding – Preparation - continued ? ? ? ? On Premises
    24. 24. 24 Challenge: Cloud onboarding – Preparation - continued ? ? ? ? Off Premises
    25. 25. 25 Challenge: Cloud onboarding – Preparation - continued
    26. 26. 26 IBM Domino Doublecheck or third-party solutions
    27. 27. 27 IBM Domino Doublecheck or third-party solutions - continued
    28. 28. 28 Challenge: Cloud onboarding (Server) IBM Mail Onboarding Manager
    29. 29. 29 Challenge: Cloud onboarding (Client) Manual steps (end-users) • 1. Announcement Mail  Mailfile will be transferred/replicated to the cloud • 2. Join SmartCloud Notes Mail • Click on one or more buttons • Open a downloaded nsf file • Click on another button
    30. 30. 30 Challenge: Cloud onboarding (Client) – IBM only - continued Join SmartCloud Notes Mail
    31. 31. 31 Challenge: Cloud onboarding (Client) – IBM only Manual steps (end-users) • 1. Announcement Mail  Mailfile will be transferred/replicated to the cloud • 2. Join SmartCloud Notes Mail • Click on one or more buttons • Open a downloaded nsf file • Click on another button • 3. Mail file folder Mail (keep ‘old’ database design + IBM approved it) • Click on one or more buttons • 4. Welcome Mail
    32. 32. 32 More virtualizations for a better preparation
    33. 33. 33 User Activity: How to get the data manually DB Activity: LOG.NSF – documents with form type “Activity”  View selection formula: SELECT FORM = "Activity"  Add columns that are interesting in your scenario
    34. 34. 34 User Activity: How to get the data manually - continued DB Activity: LOG.NSF – database activity details  Note there is a 1400 activity entry maximum per database (FIFO)  There is also a 64K size limit for the user activity  More details in IBM Technote #1086245
    35. 35. 35 User Activity: How to get the data manually - continued DB Activity: CATALOG.NSF  related information, but different focus  Full text index details  Replication information  ACL overview Note: Domino does not distinguish between user, server or maintenance tasks activity at this level
    36. 36. 36 User Activity Analysis: Example Visualizations
    37. 37. 37 User Activity Analysis: Example Visualizations - continued
    38. 38. 38 User Activity Analysis: Example Visualizations - continued
    39. 39. 39 User Activity Analysis: Example Visualizations - continued
    40. 40. 40 User Activity Analysis: Example Visualizations - continued
    41. 41. 41 Q & A
    42. 42. 42 Thank you !
    43. 43. 43 Christoph Adler Technical Account Manager panagenda GmbH – Solutions for Infrastructure Analysis and Optimization ● Donnersbergstr. 1 ● 64646 Heppenheim (Germany) ● Cell: +49 172 494 4141 ● Phone: +49 6252 679 39-52 ● Fax: +49 6252 679 39-16 ● E-Mail: christoph.adler@panagenda.com Contact

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