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  • 1. Journey to the Programmable Data Center Modernizing our Data Centers – Strategy and Approach Geremy Reiner – greiner@psclistens.com www.psclistens.com
  • 2. Agenda Programmable datacenter components Networking concepts Storage considerations API instruction sets Orchestration and automation Application deployment automation © 2016 PSC Group LLC We need to be focused on how to help others deliver value
  • 3. © 2016 PSC Group LLC Don’t just talk technical! There’s more to innovation than just the technology solution Always keep asking questions
  • 4. Why build programmable datacenters? © 2016 PSC Group LLC Provides a business-focused approach Simplifies data center management Increases the speed of service delivery Extends benefits of automation and orchestration
  • 5. Back then… © 2016 PSC Group LLC
  • 6. Progress? © 2016 PSC Group LLC
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  • 8. Datacenter in a box © 2016 PSC Group LLC
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  • 10. Datacenter ascendancy © 2016 PSC Group LLC Traditional datacenter •Stable •Secure •Reliable •Large physical footprint •Utilization less than 20% on average. •Expensive to scale •High management costs •High Server Sprawl Virtualization •Increased scalability •Easier management •Utilization exceeds 50% •Some automation •Faster deployment times Cloud Computing •IT as a service •Highly automated •Self service portals •Highly agile •Abstracted hardware and software •Global footprint •Elastic capacity •Capacity on demand •Fully Automated Workload Mobility •Highly integrated •Proxy handoff
  • 11. Organization maturity model © 2016 PSC Group LLC Collaboration Automation Process
  • 12. © 2016 PSC Group LLC On-Premise Cloud Infrastructure as a Service Platform as a Service Software as a Service Cloud Management Services Applications Data Runtime Middleware Operating System Virtualization Server Hardware Storage Networking Applications Data Runtime Middleware Operating System Virtualization Server Hardware Storage Networking Applications Data Runtime Middleware Operating System Virtualization Server Hardware Storage Networking Applications Data Runtime Middleware Operating System Virtualization Server Hardware Storage Networking Self Service Portal Automation EngineCentralized ManagementMeasurement Services Cloud Service Model and Responsibilities Matrix Your responsibility Provider Responsibility
  • 13. Cloud consumption © 2016 PSC Group LLC IaaS PaaS SaaS Infrastructure as a service Storage as a Service Deployment Platform that abstracts the hardware layer Think: Cloud Based Datacenters Virtualization Platforms Hosted Storage Platform as a service Development Platform that abstracts the hardware, Operating System, and middleware layers Think: App Development Environments Streaming Services Database Platforms Development Tools Software as a service Application Platform that abstracts hardware, Operating system, Middleware and Application layers Think: CRM ERP Email Virtual Desktop
  • 14. Software defined datacenter © 2016 PSC Group LLC Key Components Process Automation Continuous Delivery Model Server Automation Network Automation Database & Middleware Automation Policy Automation Client Automation Application Control Infrastructure Operations Security Governance BusinessProcess Containers Client – Server PaaS Orchestration Automation Monitoring Virtual Infrastructure Physical Infrastructure vCompute vStorage vNetworking vSecurity Compute Storage Networking Security Infrastructure Automation Applications Business process and oversight
  • 15. © 2016 PSC Group LLC Application Control Infrastructure Operations Security Governance BusinessProcess Containers Client – Server PaaS Orchestration Automation Monitoring Virtual Infrastructure Physical Infrastructure vCompute vStorage vNetworking vSecurity Compute Storage Networking Security Infrastructure Automation Applications Business process and oversight
  • 16. Process Automation Scheduled task Service Requests Incidents and Problems Change Control Event orchestration Ad hoc changes and requests © 2016 PSC Group LLC Ordered ChangeOrdered Change Scheduled taskScheduled task RequestRequestIncidentIncident Ad hoc ActivitiesAd hoc ActivitiesTriggered EventTriggered Event
  • 17. Continuous delivery Test Build Release M onitor Deploy Continuous integration and testing Continuous Delivery and operations Continuous Assessment Continuous Assessment © 2016 PSC Group LLC
  • 18. Server and network automation Self Service Portals • Automated deployment • Event driven workflow Software Defined Networking (SDN) • Flexible, quick release, networks • Micro-Segmentation Server lifecycle management • Automated scale-out and de-provisioning • Simplified capacity planning © 2016 PSC Group LLC
  • 19. Database and Middleware Automation Compliance adherence Capacity management Automation of data motion Workflow integration for self service Operational monitoring and analytics © 2016 PSC Group LLC
  • 20. Policy Automation Policy model •External, Internal, pass-through Role model •Groups based authorization Identity warehouse •SSO, Kerberos Token, LDAP, Database, or Stand-alone Risk model •Security level breakdowns (Secret, Confidential, Internal, Public) Workflow Engine •Levels of automation expected for authorization and access © 2016 PSC Group LLC
  • 21. Tools and Technologies © 2016 PSC Group LLC Technical Content Ahead Template based deployments Log aggregation and analytics Change management and monitoring Virtualization extension
  • 22. © 2016 PSC Group LLC Microsoft Azure Amazon Web Services (AWS) Available Regions |Azure Regions |AWS Global Infrastructure Compute Services |Virtual Machines (VMs) |Elastic Compute Cloud |Cloud Services |Amazon Elastic Beanstalk |Azure Websites and Apps | |Azure Visual Studio |None Container Support |Docker Virtual Machine |EC2 Container Service Scaling Options |Azure Autoscale |Auto Scaling Analytics/Hadoop |HDInsight (Hadoop) |Elastic MapReduce (EMR) Government Services |Azure Government |AWS GovCloud App/Desktop Services |Azure RemoteApp |Amazon WorkSpaces | |Amazon AppStream Storage Options |Azure Storage |Amazon Simple Storage Block Storage |Azure Blob Storage |Amazon Elastic Block Hybrid Cloud Storage |StorSimple |None Backup Options |Azure Backup |Amazon Glacier Storage Services |Azure Import Export |Amazon Import / Export |Azure File Storage |AWS Storage Gateway |Azure Site Recovery |None Content Delivery Network |Azure CDN |Amazon CloudFront Database Options |Azure SQL Database |Amazon Relational Database Service | |Amazon Redshift NoSQL Database Options |Azure DocumentDB |Amazon Dynamo DB
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  • 25. © 2016 PSC Group LLC JSON files—simpler than they look
  • 26. Monitoring and Log Analytics © 2016 PSC Group LLC
  • 27. Contact Information © 2016 PSC Group LLC • Geremy Reiner • Email: greiner@psclistens.com • Web: www.psclistens.com • LinkedIn : /in/geremyreiner
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