Enterprise Cloud Summit – Private Clouds

  • Monday, May 9, 2011, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Room: South Seas B
    • On Day Two of Enterprise Cloud Summit, we'll turn our eye inward to look at how cloud technologies, from big data and turnkey cloud stacks, are transforming private infrastructure. We'll discuss the fundamentals of cloud architectures, and take a deep dive into the leading private cloud stacks. We'll hear from more end users, tackle the "false cloud" debate, and look at the place of Platform-as-a-Service clouds in the enterprise.

Opening Remarks :The Good Enough Cloud: Enterprise IT on the Edge

  • We'll kick off Day Two of Enterprise Cloud Summit with a quick look at private clouds and the emergence of elastic on-premise computing.
    • Speaker - Alistair Croll, Founder, Bitcurrent 8:45 AM–9:15 AM
    • Organizations are increasingly building or deploying cloud services in a way that are just good enough, just durable enough, just big enough, just in time. The "good enough cloud" is the kind of deployment being seen industry-wide now, and users can begin taking advantage of this model for cloud deployment, which involves measured investment, patience and trial runs. Characterized by rapid deployment of functionality and enabled by the growing cloud capabilities offered by cloud vendors, non-IT users are able to deliver solutions via tools that might have historically been considered less-than-enterprise caliber. These solutions represent a means for rapid deployment of robust capabilities at a cost saving vs. traditional IT. As these solutions are easily deployed and inherently scalable, the potential gains are significant,but the potential exposure must be managed to mitigate business disruption, security and privacy risks, and intellectual property risks.

Ten Cloud Fundamentals 9:15 AM–9:45 AM

  • Speaker - Mark White, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, Deloitte Consulting LLP
  • Think you know clouds? Think again. Many of the assumptions we make about IT―from the value of machines to the reliability of the underlying platforms to the requirement that data is always accurate―are dead wrong. In this session we'll look at ten fundamentals of cloud computing that every IT professional needs to take to heart.

Beyond Virtual Machines: Scaling PaaS 9:45 AM–10:00 AM

  • Speaker - Alistair Croll, Founder, Bitcurrent
  • Most enterprise cloud adoption has relied on virtual machines and infrastructure as a service. But there's a lot to love about the other approach to clouds―platform as a service. In a PaaS model, you worry about your code, and the systems take care of the rest. Lots of smart analysts think PaaS is the inevitable consequence of true utility computing. In this session, Tom Mornini explains why PaaS might be the future for enterprises.

Real World Case Study - Canadian Pacific Railway 10:00 AM–10:15 AM

  • Speaker - Tom Mornini, CTO and Co-Founder, Engine Yard
  • In this case study session, a cloud user from the Canadian Pacific Railway will walk you through his experience with cloud platforms, sharing what's worked and what hasn't.
  • Speaker - Stuart Charlton, Head of Infrastructure Operations, Canadian Pacific Railway

Under the Covers: Openstack 10:30 AM–10:40 AM

  • In the first of our under-the-covers look at private cloud stacks, we'll learn about Openstack.
  • Speaker - Jonathan Bryce, Founder, Rackspace

Devops and Automation: The Fabric of the Private Cloud 10:40 AM–11:00 AM

  • In today's IT, infrastructure and code are interwoven. Machines can clone copies of themselves when traffic is high, and sacrifice themselves when idle. New servers know how to find one another. How? The Devops movement aims to once and for all unite developers and operators, getting the engineering mindset―change is good―to work with the operations mindset―change is the root of all disaster.
  • Speaker - John Willis, VP of Service, DTO Solutions

The False Cloud Debate 11:00 AM–11:45 AM

  • Are private clouds clouds? Or is the third-party business model inherent in what makes a cloud a cloud? As the FUD flies on both sides, everyone's got a different opinion of what defines cloud computing. We're going to see if we can get to the bottom of it, sitting public cloud providers across from private cloud toolmakers.
    • Moderator - David Linthicum, CTO, Blue Mountain Labs
    • Panelist - James Watters, Sr. Manager, vCloud Solutions, VMware
    • Panelist - James Urquhart, Market Strategist, Cloud Computing Service Provider --Systems Unit, Cisco
    • Panelist - Peter Coffee, Director of Platform Research, salesforce.com
    • Panelist - John Keagy, CEO, GoGrid

How to Think About Cloud Migration 11:45 AM–12:00 PM

  • What should go where? With all the new options available to IT professionals, this quick presentation offers a framework for evaluating which parts of your business should migrate to where, from bare metal, to private clouds, to public PaaS and IaaS.
  • Speaker - Alistair Croll, Founder, Bitcurrent

Building Private Clouds 1:00 PM–1:40 PM

  • If you're trying to build utility computing, you'll need a combination of virtualization, automation, self-service, and monitoring. In this panel, we'll discuss the building blocks of a private cloud, and look at the options IT has today to turn their data centers into on-demand computing resources for their organization.
    • 1Moderator - Dave Roberts, VP, Strategy & Marketing, ServiceMesh, Inc.
    • 2Panelist - John Stetic, Vice President of Product Management, Novell
    • 3Panelist - Rich Lechner, Vice President, Cloud & Services Marketing, IBM
    • 4Panelist - Samrat Ganguly, Senior Network Architect, IT Platform Division, NEC
    • 5Panelist - Iddo Kadim, Director of Data Center Virtualization Technologies, Intel
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  • Isn't private cloud just "virtualization done right?"
    • Virtualization is not a cloud. Self-service, metering, billing. Not only server vir. Now a days, storage and network etc.
    • Marketing is as a service…(by IBM), Grid is very flexible and agility. (by Intel)
    • In cloud recently, network and storage virtualization have more influence. Also cloud-cloud connection, it's mean seamless cloud system are important.
    • Public cloud is ford model, color acceptable only black. No customization and choice. Commodity cloud is no competitive edge.
  • How does hybrid cloud work, particularly when my cloud provider uses a different hypervisor?
    • Be carefull, mix of private and public make complicate and security… seamless is good and bad.
  • If it's a utility, don't you need chargebacks?
    • Depend on organization model. Counting is interesting internally. All cost are visualizing by internal counting. Cost cut is much easy.
  • If the goal is elasticity, why expose VMs to users? What do things like Springsource mean for the future of IaaS-centric private clouds?

Linking Public and Private Clouds 1:40 PM–2:05 PM

  • Cloud computing has been portrayed as a panacea for companies looking for the flexibility and scalability they need to grow their businesses, while keeping costs down. Many companies have moved their applications and processes to the cloud, because of these benefits. Great! But once in the cloud, a lot of folks are having a "what did I do" kind of moment? Now that all my stuff is in the cloud, how do I get information out? How do I move information around and get it to interact with each other? Unfortunately for many, data, application or B2B integration is an afterthought when evaluating the cloud, and it becomes the stumbling block that prevents companies from realizing the cloud's true benefits. This session helps attendees understand how to proactively think about integration as part of their overall cloud strategy, and develop a clear roadmap for maximizing results from the cloud.
  • Speaker - Margaret Dawson, VP of Marketing and Product Management, Hubspan
    • スライド The Moat & Firewall
    • スライド Along came airplanes & the Internet
    • スライド Focus on ACCESS
    • スライド Access base trust
    • スライド Can we apply this on cloud
    • スライド Focus less on what access
    • スライド and more on providing controlled access (federated services)
    • スライド the models are already blurring anway
    • スライド create trusted cloud network
    • スライド key elements of trusted cloud network
    • スライド Gartner; cloud service brokerage
    • スライド Are we there yet? Cloud Integration Service is in 5 years future.
    • スライド How to get started

Under the Covers: Cloud.com 2:05 PM–2:15 PM

  • In the second of our under-the-covers look at private cloud stacks, we'll consider the cloud.com model.
  • Speaker - Peder Ulander, Chief Marketing Officer, Cloud.com
    • スライド Open source
    • スライド OS, language and API
    • スライド What are the elements of the Stack
    • スライド Performance, capacity, availability
    • スライド Typical small deployment
    • スライド Availability zones deployed globally
    • スライド Included tools…
    • スライド Cloud portability (cloudzones etc)
    • スライド Supported standards
    • スライド Price model

Real World Case Study - Zynga 2:15 PM–2:30 PM

  • this case study session, Zynga's Chief Technology Officer - Infrastructure Engineering, will walk you through their experience with cloud platforms, sharing what's worked and what hasn't.
  • Speaker - Allan Leinwand, CTO Net Ops, Zynga Inc.
    • スライド mission is game connection
    • スライド global company & reach
    • スライド zynga namber
    • スライド infrastructure
    • スライド farm ville 25m daus (daily access users)
    • アマゾンをやめた理由。アマゾンは汎用システム。ネットワーク・ゲームに最適化したクラウドが必要だった。

Under the Covers: Red Hat 2:45 PM–2:55 PM

  • In the third of our under-the-covers look at private cloud stacks, we'll hear about Red Hat and private PaaS stacks.
  • Speaker - Issac Roth, PaaS Master, Red Hat
    • スライド Library
    • スライド OS, language and API
    • スライド On what stack is it based?
    • スライド requirements and limitations
    • スライド Portability ( adapt 35 cloud projects)
    • スライド an architecture of portability
    • スライド what standards or de-facto standard
    • スライド How is it priced? Free or support
    • スライド Included Tooles
    • スライド Capacity, performance, availability

Understanding Big Data 2:55 PM–3:25 PM

  • Speaker - Bradford Stephens, Founder/ CEO, Drawn to Scale 茶髪
  • Speaker - Jeremy Edberg, Chief Technology Officer, reddit.com 黒髪
    • スライド what is big data? (like one petabyte)
    • スライド Big data consequences (new business chance)
    • スライド Developers; SQL stops working, performance exponentially decays.
    • スライド Operations; SPOFs/Cascading Failures, Keep hiring ops.
    • スライド Business; Product failures/ customers leave, Exponential hardware cost.
    • スライド Big Data Solutions (look like the cloud)
    • スライド Developers; MapReduce / Key-Value, Distributed, scale-out systems
    • スライド Operations; Automate ops with development, Build for seamless failure
    • スライド Business; Hire for scale from day 1, Clusters of commodity hardware.
    • スライド Big Data in Action

Under the Covers: Eucalyptus 3:25 PM–3:35 PM

  • In the final under-the-covers look at private cloud stacks, we'll learn about Eucalyptus.
  • Speaker - David Butler, VP Marketing, Eucalyptus Systems, Inc (発音はユークリプタス)
    • スライド Service library
    • スライド OS, language, and API (multiple Hypervisors..)
    • スライド Requirement
    • スライド Portability (tools portability with AWS API's)
    • スライド What standard
    • スライド Included tools (web-based portal for users)
    • スライド Capacity (massively scalable, highly reliable, modular)
    • スライド Global distribution (Spans data centers, across heterogeneouse…)

Optimizing Hybrid Cloud Communication 3:35 PM–4:05 PM

  • It's unlikely that clouds are an all-or-nothing affair, at least in the short term. Companies will blend on-premise and on-demand clouds into what some call a hybrid model, combining the control of machines you own with the flexibility of those you merely rent. But a distributed architecture has its own problems―particularly reliability. In this panel, we'll learn what the challenges of a "stretched cloud" are and how technology can help mitigate performance issues when workloads happen at a distance.
    • 1Moderator - Hooman Beheshti, VP of Products, Strangeloop Networks
    • 2Panelist - Steve Riley, Technical Leader in the Office of the CTO, Riverbed
    • 3Panelist - Amir Khan, Senior Director Product Line Management, Juniper
    • 4Panelist - Steve Shah, Sr. Director of Product Management, NetScaler and Cloud Product Group, Citrix
    • 5Panelist - Todd Paoletti, Product Line Director, Akamai
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  • Introduction
    • 2 Performances make user happy. Experience like local. User experience at all.
    • 3 from few kbps to 100Gbyte, disktop and mobile user have to connect seamlessly. Mobile user have to have same tool and experience as office.
    • 4 End-user experience is most important. Transparency connectivity, latency, SLA, Optimization… those 5 are most important points.
    • 5 Hybrid cloud is more complex on optimization network.
  • User experience is all enough for network optimization?
    • Build up infrastructure from scratch. If not, use an optimize application. Network topology and structure are also very important.
  • What is most important application for optimization…data recovery or others?
    • Service provider focus on MPLS, but L-2 is not support application. Flexibility inside of Data Center are new issue and important. Mobile is difficult to or castration. But developer and network engineer make deferent view. It's problem.
  • Data in multiple place like India and Las Vegas, how can get speedy query and good user experience.
    • That is latency issue, if network transparency, developer should fix. Developer should know network characteristic issue.

Real World Case Study - EPAM Systems 4:05 PM–4:20 PM

  • In this case study session; EPAM'S VP of Technology will walk you through their experience with cloud platforms, sharing what's worked and what hasn't.
  • Speaker - Eli Feldman, VP, Technology Solutions, EPAM Systems, Inc. 発音はイパム
    • スライド about EPAM
    • スライド EPAM community cloud, public and private cloud federation (common management services)
    • スライド Solution architecture overview (9 steps)
    • スライドSolution architecture overview (flow map)
    • スライド Cloud delivery model
    • スライド Application lifecycle still important
    • スライド Business information industry

Closing Remarks 4:20 PM–4:30 PM

  • Speaker - Alistair Croll, Founder, Bitcurrent