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Our Moments of Need; How You and I Are The Cause of IT Transformation

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We’ve become an on-demand world. There is no offline. There is no down time. There is no static state. Growing consumer sophistication and instant expectations are driving vendors to transform the very nature in the way they do business. As business changes, IT transforms. To satisfy the dynamic pressures and demands, successful IT transformation requires technical agility and orchestrated response. Mastering these abilities comes through Cloud computing and in particular the OpenStack Cloud platform. Come and listen as we explore the power of change to IT to service the consumer for today and the future to come.
Speaker:
Alan Clark
Karsten Beins

Veröffentlicht in: Technologie

Our Moments of Need; How You and I Are The Cause of IT Transformation

  1. 1. The moment of need Transforming IT Alan Clark Alan.Clark@suse.com
  2. 2. 2 Moments of Need  Discover The Problem  Seek Information  Evaluate Options  Buy  Use  Evaluation  Socialization  Transformation
  3. 3. 3 Transformative Experiences • Opens our minds to unexpected experiences and unstoppable ideas 24.7% 12 per Second 6.2% Hardware 8.1% Software Mobility Market Social Users Smart Embedded Digital Economy Transformation • Producing transformative experiences requires an enriched engagement with customers and consumers on a deeper human level. Levels that allow them to be delighted with the right experience at the perfect moment.
  4. 4. 4 Business Success Criteria “Serve consumers in their moments of need” • Applies to many markets ‒ Health care ‒ Finance / Banking ‒ Energy ‒ Life Sciences ‒ Government ‒ Manufacturing ‒ Retail ‒ Automotive ‒ Agriculture / Food Industry ‒ Security ‒ Service Providers
  5. 5. 5 Why Cloud? Cloud enables IT to serve consumers in their moment of need  Large scale, simultaneous access to online resources  Agility to address diverse business workloads  Quicken development and deployment of leading edge services  Supports for a more complex IT infrastructure  Improved asset utilization (Server, Storage, Network)  Dynamic / Fast changing environments  Intelligent data placement to accelerate use of analytics in business processes  Dynamic operations control optimized for economics, performance, scalability, and data security per privacy and regulatory requirements  Self service  Seamlessly adapt
  6. 6. 6 Business Challenge • Solid Robust IT • Fluid Rapid IT • Iron, Virtual • Cloud Native CRM ERP IoT ShadowIT ByoD Machine Learning Analytics Both Are Essential
  7. 7. 7 How many platforms do you want to support?
  8. 8. 8 One platform for every cloud technology that matters for the next decade and beyond OpenStack
  9. 9. 9 OpenStack Projects OpenStack Modularity
  10. 10. 10 The 14th Release of OpenStack Interoperability Resiliency Manageability Scalability
  11. 11. 11 Compute Scalability: cells Live Migration enhancements Virtual device tagging Get Me a Network addition Authentication and Authorization Rolling upgrades support LDAP enhancements Token validation caching PCI support of password configuration options to increase security Networking On-demand, scalable, and technology-agnostic network abstraction. Control plane scaling for L2-L3; Distributed Virtual Routers Manageability: Provision network topologies with simple API Interoperability: network federation Support for QoS features for ports and networks vlan-aware-VMs feature to launch VMs on a single port Newton Highlights
  12. 12. 12 Storage On demand, self-service access to software defined block Storage via abstraction and automation on top of various traditional backend block storage devices. Newton-Resiliency: Active/Active HA for cinder-volume, Manageability: User messaging, Transition to OpenStack Client CLI Interoperability (DefCore) Drives interoperability by creating the minimum standards for products labeled "OpenStack." 2016.08 includes (Nova, Keystone, Glance, Neutron, Cinder, Swift capabilities) Newton Highlights
  13. 13. 13 Container Infrastructure Management Services for provisioning, scaling, managing container orchestration engines. Newton: New OpenSUSE driver for running k8s cluster on OpenSUSE. Bare Metal Machine Provisioning Uses PXE and IPMI in concert to provision and turn on/off machines,Plugin extensible Newton - Supportability: inter-service notifications, infiniBand networking support, new policy rules, drive support, out-of-band inspection, configuration options Hadoop or Spark Cluster Provisioning Provision a data-intensive application cluster (Hadoop or Spark) Newton – Manageability: UI/UX improvements Security: Cluster enhancement, Image generation Useability: Enhance Elastic Data Processing (EDP) experience File Share Services Manage production workloads via (CEPH,NFS...) Provides Software Defined Unified Storage capability OpenStack Innovation
  14. 14. 14 Policy as a Service Governance and compliance for dynamic infrastructures. Reliability: Added support for replicated (load-balanced) policy engines for high-availability and high-query-throughput deployments. - Added support for warm-standby data-source drivers managed by Pacemaker. Telemetry Reliably collect data on the utilization of the physical and virtual resources comprising deployed clouds, persist the data for subsequent retrieval and analysis, and trigger actions when defined criteria are met. Projects: Aodh, Ceilometer, Gnocchi,... CloudKitty Fills the gap between metrics collection systems like ceilometer and a billing system. Metrics are collected, aggregated and processed through different rating modules. Querying retrieves processed data and easily generate reports. Plus More…
  15. 15. 15 Perfect Combination
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