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IBM BC2015 - Double down on Mobility: Innovating car sharing with Car2go

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Denna presentation hölls på IBM Business Connect (http://www.ibm.com/se/businessconnect) i oktober 2015 av Erik Bak-Mikkelsen (Cloud Operations, Moovel (a subsidary of Daimler))

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Cloud-based platform as a service from SoftLayer, helps moovel GmbH increase service reach and availability for its urban carsharing service, while IBM’s app release management software accelerates app time to market.

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IBM BC2015 - Double down on Mobility: Innovating car sharing with Car2go

  1. 1. moovel GmbH Erik Bak-Mikkelsen, Cloud Operations moovel GmbH Double Down on Mobility: Innovating car sharing with car2go October, 2015
  2. 2. moovel – The Company 100% subsidiary of Daimler AG Inventor of flexible car sharing Introduced as„Corporate Startup“ in 2008 We strive to radically reduce the complexity of mobility for our customers 2
  3. 3. Daimler as the Big Mothership 3 Daimler consists of five divisions Note: 2014: Revenue Group € 129,872 Bn; Employees: 279,972 , Corporatecross function& Services 26,832
  4. 4. What are we dealing with? Future megatrends 4 Urbanisation Always on & Connected Access trumps Ownership Autonomous Driving
  5. 5. 1. Find a car2go 2. Unlock with your smartphone 3. Go to your destination 4. Parking included… 5. Lock and end your trip
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  7. 7. 7 5300x AROUND THE WORLD 220MIO KM DRIVEN >13,500 SMARTS EVERY 1.2 SEC.A TRIP STARTS 32 MIO CAR2GO TRIPS 20152011 >1.000.000CAR2GO MEMBERS10,000 >30CITIES 8COUNTIRES
  8. 8. Being a „Startup“ in a Huge Enterprise Daimler offers in many ways an extremely professional and mature IT environment Broad range of support across all business functions Development of the car2go pilot in 6 months Nevertheless, the limits of an enterprise corporation are clearly experienced in the IT Limitations through software standards Complex development requirements and ridgid change processes Slow provisioning of hardware This means difficult conditions for an agile development and limits the growth rate 8
  9. 9. IBM/SoftLayer – Platform as a Service 2014 tender for Cloud Services by moovel/car2go First business critical Cloud System at Daimler Worldwide scalability, open infrastructure Flexible combination of IaaS and PaaS from an one-stop-provider One-To-One migration of existing platform without refactoring Scaling and reengineering of the systems after the actual cloud migration 9
  10. 10. The NOM Project 10 6 month migration project with implementation and cloud transfer of the existing systems Implementing an high availability solution across two Data Centers, Amsterdam and Frankfurt Operations of the PaaS basis by IBM Service Center Bukarest Provisioning through automated cloud patterns including software stack and integration in the monitoring systems in less than 45 minutes Complete application deployments using Line-switch – Blue Green approach Recent 8 months have shown a growth from 100 systems to 280 systems
  11. 11. After 180 Days ... 11 Next to the direct advantages several additional positive improvements are observed DevOps as agile working model is now being widely used „You build it, you run it“ – Decentralization of the operations The entire stack is now source code Software quality and stability is significantly improved Developers profit from the freedom regarding tools and methods Innovative technologies and open source tools widely used In addition the Cloud has revealed many other positive side effects which were not in focus at the beginning of the project
  12. 12. Tool chains – free, open and closed source 12 Linux operating systems Puppet configuration management Rundeck scheduling and automation Jenkins build and continuous integration GIT repository and revision control Jira and Confluence collaboration environment XEN hypervisor IBM IHS webserver Java Application servers (IBM WebSphere Application Server) DB2 relational database MongoDB non-relational data store Mosquito MQTT message queueing and broker ElasticSearch, Logstash, Kibana for big data analysis
  13. 13. Trivia: cloud, systems and tools 13 250.000 configuration items in puppet Ten thousands of IoT devices - cars Global permanent car bandwidth consumption 2Mbit/s Millions of end user devices 1061 CPU cores 3470 GB of RAM Daily deployments – and improving 3 mobile network providers. Germany, USA, Canada, China. Rest of world roaming Dual active-active cloud datacenters - geographically separated Single cloud data center in China main land
  14. 14. Awarded 2nd Place in the German Computer Woche „Best in Cloud 2015 14
  15. 15. What‘s Next? China Launch Later This Year 15 HELLO CHONGCHING

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