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Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Cloud Computing for Enterprises

Speaker

Title

2 2010 Oracle Corporation

The following is intended to outline our general

product direction. It is intended for information

purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any

contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any

material, code, or functionality, and should not be

relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The

development, release, and timing of any features or

functionality described for Oracles products remains

at the sole discretion of Oracle.

3 2010 Oracle Corporation

Agenda

3

Why Private Clouds?

Cloud Computing Service Models

Oracles Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Capabilities

Key Infrastructure Building Blocks

Resource Pooling and Management

Oracle VM Blade Cluster Reference Configuration

Case Studies

Next Steps

4 2010 Oracle Corporation

REALITY CHECK

No single vendoris responsible for optimizing end-to-end infrastructure

Unmanageable proliferation ofdata centers tosupport growing business needs

Existing infrastructurecreates obstaclesto deliveringnew applications

Todays Data CenterDispersed, Inefficient Infrastructure Pieces

5 2010 Oracle Corporation

Datacenters Are Evolving

OptimizedSilo CloudConsolidated

Compute, Storage, NetworkBuilding Blocks

EngineeredSystems

Optimized Systemsand Solutions

Transforming the Technology Stack

6 2010 Oracle Corporation

Datacenter Trends

Physical

Dedicated

Heterogeneous

Manual management

IT managed

Components

assembled by customer

Virtual

Shared

Standardized

Automated management

Self-service

Engineered systems

assembled at factory

7 2010 Oracle Corporation

Agenda

7

Why Private Clouds?

Cloud Computing Service Models

Oracles Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Capabilities

Key Infrastructure Building Blocks

Virtualization and Management

Oracle VM Blade Cluster Reference Configuration

Case Studies

Next Steps

8 2010 Oracle Corporation

Evolution of Private and Public Clouds

Private Cloud Evolution

Hybrid

Federation with

public clouds

Interoperability

Cloud bursting

App1 App2 App3

Private IaaS

Private PaaS

Virtual Private Cloud

Hybrid

PaaS

SaaS

IaaS

Private Cloud

Self-service

Policy-based

resource mgmt

Chargeback

Capacity planning

App2 App3

Private IaaS

Private PaaS

App1

Silod Grid

Physical

Dedicated

Static

Heterogeneous

Virtual

Shared services

Dynamic

Standardized

appliances

App1 App2 App3

App1 App2 App3

Private IaaS

Private PaaSConsolidate

Standardize

Public Clouds

PaaS

SaaS

IaaS

Public Cloud Evolution

ASP

ISPMSP

ISV

CSP/

Telcos

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Public Clouds and Private Clouds

Used by

multiple

tenants on a

shared basis

Hosted and

managed by

cloud service

provider

Exclusively

used by a

single

organization

Controlled

and managed

by

in-house IT

Lower upfront costs

Outsourced management

OpEx

Lower total costs

Greater control over security, compliance, QoS

CapEx & OpEx

Trade-offs

Public Clouds

IaaS

PaaS

SaaSI

N

T

R

A

N

E

T

Private Cloud

IaaS

PaaS

SaaS I

N

T

E

R

N

E

T

IaaS

PaaS

IaaS

PaaS

AppsSaaS

Enterprises will adopt a mix of public and private clouds

10 2010 Oracle Corporation

Application development & runtime environment

Standardized services and components

Cloud Computing Service Models

IaaS

PaaS

SaaS

Raw infrastructure resources

Flexibility to install any software

Ready to use applications

Locked into using available features

Virtual Machine

Virtual Network

Virtual Storage

IaaS Self-Service Interface

Integration Workflow

Application Grid

UI Services

PaaS Self-Service Interface

Security Identity

Database

Grid

Application Application Application

AdminServices

Packaging

Configuration

Deployment

Scaling

Lifecycle Management

Utilization

User Mgmt

IDE Integration

10

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Agenda

11

Why Private Clouds?

Cloud Computing Service Models

Oracles Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Capabilities

Key Infrastructure Building Blocks

Resource Pooling and Management

Oracle VM Blade Cluster Reference Configuration

Case Studies

Next Steps

12 2010 Oracle Corporation

Oracle Private IaaS Cloud Capabilities

Oracle ApplicationsThird Party

Applications

ISV

Applications

Platform as a Service

Infrastructure as a Service

Oracle VM for x86

Cloud Management

Oracle Enterprise Manager

Configuration Mgmt

Lifecycle Management

Application Performance

Management

Application Quality

Management

Database Grid: Oracle Database, RAC, ASM, Partitioning,

IMDB Cache, Active Data Guard, Database Security

Application Grid: WebLogic Server, Coherence, Tuxedo, JRockit

Shared Services

Integration:

SOA Suite

Security:

Identity Mgmt

Process Mgmt:

BPM Suite

User Interaction:

WebCenter

Oracle Linux

12

Oracle Solaris

Oracle Solaris Containers

Oracle VM for SPARC

Servers

Storage

Oracle Enterprise Manager

Ops Center

Physical & Virtual

Systems Management

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Key IaaS Building BlocksSun Blade Modular Systems for Private Clouds

Sun Blade 6000 Chassis

Integrated Compute, Networking,Storage, and Management

Choice of optimized operating and virtualization platforms

Industry leading SPARC and Intel (Westmere) x86 blade servers

Increased storage capability and flexibility using SAS2

10GbE and InfiniBand Networking options with easy integration

Unified Oracle ILOM Remote Management

Most Flexible Blade Architecturefor Cloud IaaS

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Key IaaS Building BlocksSun x86 Rack-Mount Servers for Private Clouds

Sun Fire X4470 Server

Sun Fire X4270 M2 Server

Sun Fire X2270 M2 Server

Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server

Sun Fire X4800 Server

Comprehensive portfolio refreshed with

Intel Xeon Processor 5600 & 7500 Series

Array of flash options to accelerate

application performance and lower

operating cost

Choice of leading operating systems and

virtualization platforms

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Key IaaS Building BlocksSPARC Enterprise Servers for Private Clouds

T5220

T6320

T6340 T5120 T5140

T5240

T5440

M9000M8000

M3000

M4000

M5000

T3-1b

T3-4

T3-1T3-2

New!

New!New!

New!

Deploy 1000s of VMs in seconds w/Solaris Containers

Embedded VM security (T-Series)

Extreme capacity and scale, one OS

Unmatched RAS features

Accelerated performance

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Datacenter

LAN

Servers Storage

10GbE Fabric

Cloud, Middleware,

Database, Virtualization

InfiniBand Fabric

Servers

Gateway

Storage

Engineered

System

Key IaaS Building BlocksOracles Network Fabric for Private Clouds

Fabric technology selected and engineered for application and datacenter LAN requirements

17 2010 Oracle Corporation

Key IaaS Building BlocksOracle Storage for Private Clouds

FLASH

ARRAYSTAPE

UNIFIEDNAS and SAN

Aligns the value of your data assets with the most appropriate storage media

Reduce cost and effectively manage data throughout its lifecycle

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Reduce Complexity Oracle Solaris offers the best built-in

virtualization for improving server utilization

More efficient storage management with

Oracle Solaris file system, ZFS

Best Linux performance and single support

call for Oracle software running on Linux

Single support offering for Linux, Solaris and

Virtualization with x86 hardware

Increase Innovation Superior scale, security and availability of

Oracle Solaris enable it to run any application

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