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Keith Inight, CTO at Atos - Software Defined Everything

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Keith Inight, CTO at Atos, presented at CIO Event in October 2014

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Keith Inight, CTO at Atos - Software Defined Everything

  1. 1. Software Defined Everything A Business Perspective Image Credit: wavebreakmedia/Shutterstock
  2. 2. “The worldwide SDN market for the enterprise and cloud service provider segments will grow from $960 million in 2014 to over $8 billion by 2018” International Data Corporation, August 2014
  3. 3. • An architectural approach • Abstraction of the physical infrastructure • Services exposed via APIs • Enabling greater levels of automation, policy-based orchestration and reuse • Goals – Increasing the agility and speed of infrastructure through policy-based automation of processes. – Cost savings in capital expenditure by implementing resource pools containing commodity hardware. Source: Gartner (September 2014)
  4. 4. Security • Firewall rules centrally defined and implemented in all servers • Distributed not boundary
  5. 5. Agility • Enables end-to-end deployment of service without any physical changes • Capable of automation • Infrastructure implemented as incremental “pods” unrelated to project business cases
  6. 6. Automation • APIs provide the means to automate • But – Which APIs – Investment in processes, policies, templates, scripts… • Potential to reduce errors as well as reduce lead times
  7. 7. Where are you now? • Research • Evaluation • Deployment project • In production
  8. 8. Source: Gartner (September 2014)
  9. 9. Availability • Re-provision not repair on failure • Automation – reduction of human error – Really? • Complexity • Concentration of risk
  10. 10. Benefits – what do you believe are valid? • Agility • Security • Availability • Others….
  11. 11. Utilisation • Optimal placement of resources • Avoiding purchasing in advance of demand – Really? • How would you (or your contractor) purchase capacity? – Capital purchase of pods – Opex arrangement with supplier – Other?
  12. 12. Standards • Which will you follow? – VMware – OpenStack – Microsoft – Cisco – Other?
  13. 13. Recommended
  14. 14. Thanks for contributing Keith Inight CTO, Storage, DC, Applications and Tooling, Global Managed Services Office: +44 1773 550963 Mobile: +44 7733 312539 Email: keith.inight@atos.net

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