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Hybrid IT
Laying the “RIGHT
MIX” foundation
for Digital
Transformation
Frannata Suryanto
Country Manager
Software Defined ...
Our strategy
We make Hybrid IT simple
We have the Expertise
to make it happen
We power the Intelligent Edge Campus &
Branc...
HPE Digital Transformation Model
Faster
Product Innovation
& time to market Transform
to a hybrid
infrastructure
Enable
wo...
Evolving to Hybrid IT
Business needs and application workloads drive platform decisions
Evolving
Disparate architectures,
...
Your digital services Your digital services
Delivering real time scalability and agility requires new architectures
Enable...
Your digital services Your digital services
Each organization will
find it’s own distribution
to accelerate the
experience...
Organizations expect solutions delivery
faster from agile development1
IT must deliver at new speed of business
App develo...
IT consumption choices
Data center Management
choices
HPE offerings
Projected % of total
Compute spend (2019)
Customer Con...
HPE’s Software-defined Data Center architecture and partner ecosystem
iLO RESTful API
Hybrid Cloud ManagementEmbedded Mana...
Landscape for the Hybrid IT Transformation scope
Defining your right mix
Core Composable
Private cloudPublic cloud
Digital...
Components
Oriented
Converged
Infrastructure
Hyper-
Converged
Infrastructure
Right Infrastructure models for right workloa...
Your right mix infrastructure
Workload optimized converged systems
12
IaaS / Mixed
Work load
Cloud Mobility Big Data
CS700...
A new category of infrastructure is needed to power the Digital
Transformation
Applicationoptimized
Operations optimized
I...
Creating New Categories - HPE Composable Infrastructure
Hybrid cloud
Before Synergy
weeks
After Synergy
minutes
To stand u...
Unified API
Software Defined IntelligenceFluid Resource Pools
• Single infrastructure of
disaggregated resource pools
• Ph...
Landscape for the Hybrid IT Transformation scope
Defining your right mix
Core Composable
Private cloudPublic cloud
Rightmi...
Service
Providers
(e.g., Telco)
Azure
Google
AWS
Public Cloud
HPE ‘multi-cloud’ approach to Cloud
Open approach to meet cu...
How does your applications take advantage of cloud?
Cloud-Deployed, Cloud-Aware and Cloud Native
18
Core ComposableCore
Hy...
Traditional Application Evolution
Born in the core – migrating to cloud
19
Core Composable
3-tier deployed
on physical or
...
Next generation Applications
Born cloud native
20
Core Composable
Leverages
“infrastructure
as code”
Next-gen
Cloud
deploy...
AIX
Services
X86
Services
X86 Services & Cloud Native
VMware HOS (KVM)
EMC /Cisco SAN
Helion OPENSTACK
Helion Cloud Suite ...
Cloud Native and Microservices
22
Developer
Vs Operator
Cloud
Native Application
MS Basics
Vs in-depth
Agnostic
Learn once...
Monolithic Applications
23
– Application packaged together as a single
unit or application
– Could be distributed monolith...
What are Microservices ?
A small autonomous services that
work well together, Autonomy is the
ability to change the compon...
Monoliths and Microservices: A Comparison
25
Software Defined
Infrastructure
26
Infrastructure as code abstracts physical hardware
Enables self service for business users, IT admins, and applications
27...
Infrastructure management
Single infrastructure view with branded and open tools
28
Management convergenceInfrastructure
S...
Process automation
Provisioning, patching, compliance, and remediation
29
Process automation
Automated tasks and configura...
Services orchestration
Enable self-service capability for business users, applications, and IT admins
30
Cloud services
or...
Building the foundation for a continuous delivery model
Collaboration to support DevOps
311 Forrester Research, Inc., “Emb...
Data center model: SDI and DCA
Putting it all together to achieve high velocity IT
32
Business Applications IT
Management ...
Delivering high-velocity IT
HPE Data Center Automation
33
Complex to scale
Predictive supply
• Friction designed into
the ...
Use Cases and Reference Architectures
Container as a Service
(Docker & HPE Helion CloudSystem Enterprise on
CA700/CS700)
L...
Data Center of the Future
Hybrid IT Wins
Software-defined Everything
New Memory, Security, Photonics
Energy efficient IT
46%
Harnessing the Cloud to Fuel Traditional Apps
57% of enterprise workloads expected to be in private or hybrid cloud in...
Comparing two scenarios
250:1
Virtual machines
per engineer
30% Utilization
Hourly cost per virtual machine
500:1
Virtual ...
Strategic approach to prioritize your journey & build your roadmap
Unified Transformation Framework (“UTF”)
38
Stage 5:
Co...
Thank you
Frannata.Suryanto@hpe.com
+62815-1909-4776
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Hybrid IT, Laying the "Right Mix" Foundation for Digital Transformation

  1. 1. Hybrid IT Laying the “RIGHT MIX” foundation for Digital Transformation Frannata Suryanto Country Manager Software Defined & Hybrid Cloud
  2. 2. Our strategy We make Hybrid IT simple We have the Expertise to make it happen We power the Intelligent Edge Campus & Branch Industrial Internet of Things Traditional Data Center Software-defined Infrastructure and Private Cloud Multi-cloud partnerships Advisory & Professional Services Technical Services IT Consumption Models Be the industry’s leading provider of hybrid IT, built on the secure, next-generation, software-defined infrastructure that will run customers’ data centers today, bridge to multi-cloud environments tomorrow, and power the emerging intelligent edge that will run campus, branch and Industrial IoT applications for decades to come. All delivered through a world class services capability. 2
  3. 3. HPE Digital Transformation Model Faster Product Innovation & time to market Transform to a hybrid infrastructure Enable workplace productivity Protect your digital enterprise Empower a data-driven organization Customer Experience Safer Secured automated processes to improve tenacity Smarter Decision backed by advanced insights Connected Drive employee & customer engagement to achieve better business outcomes
  4. 4. Evolving to Hybrid IT Business needs and application workloads drive platform decisions Evolving Disparate architectures, fragmented management, diverse security Traditional Dedicated, physical, Homogenous, managed Future – Hybrid IT Private PublicTraditional Managed Hybrid delivery open standards based architecture Interoperable services, converged management Build on-premises cloud services Consume off-premises cloud services Traditional IT Traditional IT Private cloud Public cloud Managed cloud 4
  5. 5. Your digital services Your digital services Delivering real time scalability and agility requires new architectures Enabled by programmable access to IT resources 5 Traditional Services Cloud Services Bare Metal SLA Driven Software defined API Driven 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 Y O U R 0 D A T A 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 Y O U R 0 D A T A 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 Each organization will define standardized access to IT resources Digital experience Applications Orchestration Shared Infrastructure NetworkingStorageCompute
  6. 6. Your digital services Your digital services Each organization will find it’s own distribution to accelerate the experience Workload migration and cloud native development Your data distribution will force placement and development choices 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 Y O U R 0 D A T A 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 Y O U R 0 D A T A 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 Cloud Workloads Traditional workloads 6 Digital experience Orchestration Traditional Services Cloud Services Bare Metal SLA Driven Software defined API Driven Shared Infrastructure NetworkingStorageCompute
  7. 7. Organizations expect solutions delivery faster from agile development1 IT must deliver at new speed of business App development project time spent waiting on infrastructure2 1 Forrester Research, Inc., “The 2015 State of Agile Development: Learn from Agile Expert Firms”, August 2015 79% 25% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% Improve business agility Improve time to market Expand into new markets Top Business Drivers for Cloud3 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% Improve IT productivity/redeploy Improve resource utilization Reduce total IT budget Top IT Drivers for Cloud3 2 http://research.gigaom.com/report/survey-enterprise-development-in-the-cloud/ 3 IDC Research, “2016 CloudView Survey”
  8. 8. IT consumption choices Data center Management choices HPE offerings Projected % of total Compute spend (2019) Customer Consumption Edge/Campus On-premise Data Center Public Cloud ~25% ~50% ~25%Big… Innovation to address evolving consumption patterns Specialized Outsourced • Apollo, HPC • Object Storage (Scality) • Mission Critical (SAP Hana) • Flash Storage • Partnership with Microsoft Azure • HPE “Sell to” Generic • ProLiant Rack • ProLiant Tower • BladeSystem • Cloudline • DC Networking • 3PAR Hyper-Converged • Synergy • Composable • HC 380 (virtualization) Dedicated / Virtualized Hybrid / Private Cloud IoT, Networking • Aruba • Edgeline
  9. 9. HPE’s Software-defined Data Center architecture and partner ecosystem iLO RESTful API Hybrid Cloud ManagementEmbedded Management Composable Infrastructure Management HPE OneView and Unified API HPE Helion HPE Cloud Service Automation Cloud Native Applications Traditional Applications OpenStack Data Center Application Ecosystem Data Center Software Composable Infrastructure HPE Synergy Fluid Resource Pools Data Center Infrastructure Shared Engineering Total Customer Experience and Quality Customized Technical Services++ • Easy Connect Appliance • ProLiant Racks • ProLian Towers • ProLiant Racks • Synergy Blades • BladeSystem • Hyper Converged • Integrity • NonStop X • SuperDome X • HP-UX • 3Par Flash • StoreVirtual/MS A • StoreOnce • Apollo Object and Analytics • Arista • FlexFabric • Altoline • Distributed Cloud Networking • NFV • Helion Carrier Grade • ContactNETV9D N • Network & Digital Services • Apollo Systems • Cloudline • Custom Systems • OEM Solutions Small and Midsize Business Enterprise Servers Mission Critical Storage & Big Data Data Center Networking Communication ns Solutions HPC Service Provider Provider & OEM OEM
  10. 10. Landscape for the Hybrid IT Transformation scope Defining your right mix Core Composable Private cloudPublic cloud Digital renovation Rightmixinfrastructure 10
  11. 11. Components Oriented Converged Infrastructure Hyper- Converged Infrastructure Right Infrastructure models for right workloads at right economics Composable Infrastructure 11
  12. 12. Your right mix infrastructure Workload optimized converged systems 12 IaaS / Mixed Work load Cloud Mobility Big Data CS700 v2.0 HC 250 / HC 380 CS700 v2.0 CS700 v2.0 RAs for Client Virtualiz ation and UC&C HC 250 / HC 380 for Client Virtualiz ation CS300 for MSFT APS Custome rs with large MSFT SQL DBs CS900 for SAP HANA Large accounts in industries with large EDW/ERP needs CS500 for SAP HANA
  13. 13. A new category of infrastructure is needed to power the Digital Transformation Applicationoptimized Operations optimized Improve staff productivity • Masks some complexity with people and software • Preconfigured physical IT • Hardware defined • Targeted workloads Simplify deployments • Remove complexity by eliminating SAN • Fluid virtual IT • Software defined storage • Virtual workloads Simplify Infrastructure as a Service • Hardware & Software architected as one • Fluid IT • Software defined everything • Physical, virtual and containerized workloads Siloed Infrastructure • Complex processes • Static, siloed IT • Silo defined • Physical, virtual, and containerized workloads Traditional Converged Hyper-converged Composable Composability 13
  14. 14. Creating New Categories - HPE Composable Infrastructure Hybrid cloud Before Synergy weeks After Synergy minutes To stand up private cloud infrastructure Agile Dev/Ops Before Synergy days After Synergy minutes To make infrastructure workload-ready 100+ Customers HPE Synergy 14
  15. 15. Unified API Software Defined IntelligenceFluid Resource Pools • Single infrastructure of disaggregated resource pools • Physical, virtual, and containers • Auto-integrating of resource capacity Software-Defined Intelligence • Template-driven workload composition • Frictionless operations Unified API • Single line of code to abstract every element of infrastructure • Full infrastructure programmability • Bare metal interface for Infrastructure as a Service Composable Infrastructure Fluid Resource PoolsFluid Resource Pools Software-Defined Intelligence Unified API HPE Synergy: The first platform architected for composability Your infrastructure as code 15
  16. 16. Landscape for the Hybrid IT Transformation scope Defining your right mix Core Composable Private cloudPublic cloud Rightmixcloud Experience acceleration 16
  17. 17. Service Providers (e.g., Telco) Azure Google AWS Public Cloud HPE ‘multi-cloud’ approach to Cloud Open approach to meet customers where they are HPE Advisory and Professional Services Private Cloud or managed in customer Data Center VMware vSphere HPE Helion OpenSta ck Microsof t Azure Stack HPE Synergy, Converged Systems, ProLiant, CloudLine Emerging Platforms (e.g., Mesos) HPE Helion Cloud Suite Hybrid Cloud Management Traditional Workload Orchestration Cloud Native Orchestration 17
  18. 18. How does your applications take advantage of cloud? Cloud-Deployed, Cloud-Aware and Cloud Native 18 Core ComposableCore Hybridcloud Using cloud VM provisioning platform Cloud deployed Can take advantage of cloud functions Cloud aware Developed & deployed in a PAAS environment Cloud native
  19. 19. Traditional Application Evolution Born in the core – migrating to cloud 19 Core Composable 3-tier deployed on physical or virtual Traditional Cloud deployed Cloud aware Cloud native
  20. 20. Next generation Applications Born cloud native 20 Core Composable Leverages “infrastructure as code” Next-gen Cloud deployed Cloud aware Cloud native
  21. 21. AIX Services X86 Services X86 Services & Cloud Native VMware HOS (KVM) EMC /Cisco SAN Helion OPENSTACK Helion Cloud Suite [CSA/OO/SA/XS/VPV] HelionOPENSTACK Amazon Azure Numergy Silca IT Users Silca Customers Users Experience Applications Micro Services Datacenter Legacy IBM HP Blades HP Blades Hybrid Services RBA Services Helion CEPH HP SL4540 Storage Global Bank based in Europe: Hybrid IT Landscape CASE STUDY 21
  22. 22. Cloud Native and Microservices 22 Developer Vs Operator Cloud Native Application MS Basics Vs in-depth Agnostic Learn once, write everywhere Source : https://goo.gl/479RHG
  23. 23. Monolithic Applications 23 – Application packaged together as a single unit or application – Could be distributed monoliths tied together by an integration database – Tightly coupled by definition; centralized governance and data store – Inflexible – No way to tear down or reuse single services User Interface Database Modular but monolithic Shipping Customer Service Inventory Returns Accounts
  24. 24. What are Microservices ? A small autonomous services that work well together, Autonomy is the ability to change the component independently 24
  25. 25. Monoliths and Microservices: A Comparison 25
  26. 26. Software Defined Infrastructure 26
  27. 27. Infrastructure as code abstracts physical hardware Enables self service for business users, IT admins, and applications 27 Complex to scale Predictive supply • Friction designed into the system • Heavy focus on governance • Lacks agility Cloud services Elastic supply • Software-defined infrastructure • Business-driven innovation • Cloud-like agility Complex to manage Continuous delivery Business IT Applications Infrastructure assets & control Infrastructure assets Traditional IT model Software-defined infrastructure IT model Control layer Infrastructure abstraction Business Applications IT
  28. 28. Infrastructure management Single infrastructure view with branded and open tools 28 Management convergenceInfrastructure Single view of infrastructure Management across servers, storage and networking Multivendor infrastructure Branded open source tools Storage Server Network Physical Virtual Private cloud Public cloud
  29. 29. Process automation Provisioning, patching, compliance, and remediation 29 Process automation Automated tasks and configuration management Full-stack virtual and physical infrastructure lifecycle management Continuous monitoring, governance, compliance, and reporting Self-service user interface for IT operations team Run book automation for incident, change, and performance management Full compliance with remediation Physical Virtual Private cloud Public cloud Provision Monitor Deploy SW Configure Maintain compliance Patch Diagnose & repair
  30. 30. Services orchestration Enable self-service capability for business users, applications, and IT admins 30 Cloud services orchestration Self-service user interface for line of business users Public and private cloud resources and SaaS apps Service catalogs, show-back, and charge-back Automated application deployment Hybrid cloud management Business services Cost & revenue analytics Automated app deployment Predictive analytics Service design Provision Monitor Deploy SW Configure Maintain compliance Patch Diagnose & repair
  31. 31. Building the foundation for a continuous delivery model Collaboration to support DevOps 311 Forrester Research, Inc., “Embrace the Need for Speed to Avoid Ugly DevOps Practices” Brief, April 2015. 2 http://research.gigaom.com/report/survey-enterprise-development-in-the-cloud Elastic supply Agile methods Collaborative workflow Common tools IT developers and operations collaboration Continuous integration and testing Build Test Continuous delivery and deployment Release Deploy Continuous operations Operate Monitor Continuous assessment
  32. 32. Data center model: SDI and DCA Putting it all together to achieve high velocity IT 32 Business Applications IT Management Automation Security Orchestration Policy Management Server Storage Network Applications SDC SDS SDN SDF Software-defined compute Software-defined storage Software-defined network Software-defined facilities November 2015, #c04686591 Bare metal Hypervisor Container
  33. 33. Delivering high-velocity IT HPE Data Center Automation 33 Complex to scale Predictive supply • Friction designed into the system • Heavy focus on governance • Lacks agility Cloud services Elastic supply • Software-defined infrastructure • Business-driven innovation • Cloud-like agility Complex to manage Continuous delivery DEFINE your right mix POWER your right mix OPTIMIZE your right mix Foundation for a continuous delivery model Software- defined infrastructure Infrastructure as Code Composable Hyper-converged Converged Traditional Data center automation Automate Orchestrate Transform Services and support Infrastructure as Code Advise Transform Manage Educate Support High- velocity IT
  34. 34. Use Cases and Reference Architectures Container as a Service (Docker & HPE Helion CloudSystem Enterprise on CA700/CS700) Large Hybrid Deployments • Prescriptive deployment of DDC (Control Plane) and UCP nodes in both bare-metal/virtual/hybrid environments using CA 700 RA • CSE, OneView and ICsp to automate UCP node deployments 34 HPE CS 700/CA 700 HPE Synergy Docker enabled VDI for Developer Workspace (Docker running in VM on HyperConverged platform) Small and Medium Deployments Supports easy growth • Start small and grow Incrementally • Prescriptive guidance on deployment of new UCP nodes via RA using HC380 UI • HPE SiteScope and App Defender for monitoring & security HPE Hyper Converged 380 virtualization cluster HPE ProLiant DL 360 Servers HPE StoreServ 3Par 8200 All-Flash Starter Docker on bare metal with persistent storage on 3Par AFA (coming soon)
  35. 35. Data Center of the Future Hybrid IT Wins Software-defined Everything New Memory, Security, Photonics Energy efficient IT
  36. 36. 46% Harnessing the Cloud to Fuel Traditional Apps 57% of enterprise workloads expected to be in private or hybrid cloud in next two years1 1 451 Research, Voice of the Enterprise: Cloud Computing, Q1 2016 2 451 Research, Voice of the Enterprise: Cloud, Workloads and Key Projects, 2016 Of enterprises use cloud for a broad set of workloads2 Benefits of moving apps to cloud 54% Of enterprises use cloud for a specific subset of workloads2 78% 62% 30% 8X 78% expect to increase ability to respond to business needs2 62% expect to increase company revenue2 Up to a 30% reduction in overall costs As much as 8X increased performance
  37. 37. Comparing two scenarios 250:1 Virtual machines per engineer 30% Utilization Hourly cost per virtual machine 500:1 Virtual machines per engineer 50% Utilization Low optimization makes private cloud more expensive Increased efficiency lowers private cloud cost + SOURCE: 451 RESEARCH PRIVATE CLOUD PRICE INDEX TBI, 2015 Public cloud $0.17 Private cloud $0.35 Managed private cloud $0.27 Public cloud $0.17 Private cloud $0.14 Managed private cloud $0.27
  38. 38. Strategic approach to prioritize your journey & build your roadmap Unified Transformation Framework (“UTF”) 38 Stage 5: Commercial service provider Stage 4: Hybrid IT Stage 3: Service enabled Stage 2: Optimized Stage1: Siloed Technical infrastructure & architecture IT managem ent framework Governanc e / Finance / Security Culture & staff Processes Service portfolio managem ent Applicatio ns DOMAINSSTAGES UTF helps you drive the right choices in your right mix strategy
  39. 39. Thank you Frannata.Suryanto@hpe.com +62815-1909-4776 39
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