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IT@Intel White Paper Intel Information Technology Business Solutions June 2010

An Enterprise Private Cloud Architecture and Implementation Roadmap The private cloud is a shared multi-tenant environment built on a highly efficient, automated, and virtualized infrastructure. Sudip Chahal Principal Engineer, Intel IT Jay Hahn-Steichen Systems Engineer, Intel IT Das Kamhout Engineer, Intel IT Rick Kraemer Enterprise Architect, Intel IT Hong Li Principal Engineer, Intel IT Chris Peters Manager, Intel IT Executive Overview Intel IT has defined an architecture and implementation roadmap for a private enterprise cloud designed to increase agility and IT efficiency. The private cloud is a shared multi-tenant environment built on a highly efficient, automated, and virtualized infrastructure. Other key elements of the cloud include standardized application platforms provided as a service and a self-service portal that enables business groups to request and manage capacity for their applications. During the design of our private cloud architecture, we were able to take advantage of the extensive experience gained while building the Intel IT design grid, a large multi- tenant environment used for silicon design. The expected benefits of our office and enterprise private cloud include: • Increased agility, including significantly reduced provisioning times. • Greater efficiency, including energy savings, due to better resource utilization. • High availability with minimal incremental cost, by taking advantage of enhancements to industry-standard hardware and software. • Improved capacity management, taking advantage of new business intelligence tools. Because of the extensive scope of this initiative, we plan to deliver private cloud capabilities in phases over the next three or more years. As we add these capabilities, we expect that the cloud will become capable of hosting highly demanding, mission-critical business applications. IT@Intel White Paper An Enterprise Private Cloud Architecture and Implementation Roadmap Contents Executive Overview.........................................1 Background.............................................................2 Intel IT Cloud Computing Strategy......3 Intel IT Private Cloud Expected Benefits............................................3 Increased Agility ............................................3 Improved Infrastructure Efficiency....4 High Availability and Security................4 Intel IT Private Cloud Architecture .....4 Infrastructure as a Service .....................5 Platform as a Service..................................6 Self-Service Portal........................................6 IT Service Management and Manageability .......................................7 Manageability ..................................................8 Security ...............................................................8 Private Cloud Implementation Plan.....9 Infrastructure Capability Phasing.......9 Application Phasing...................................10 Conclusion.............................................................11 For More Information...................................11 Acronyms...............................................................11 IT@INTEL IT@Intel is a resource that enables IT professionals, managers, and executives to engage with peers in the Intel IT organization—and with thousands of other industry IT leaders—so you can gain insights into the tools, methods, strategies, and best practices that are proving most successful in addressing today’s tough IT challenges. Visit us today at www.intel.com/IT or contact your local Intel representative if you’d like to learn more. 2 www.intel.com/IT Intel IT Cloud Computing We see cloud computing as a highly services and data are delivered on-demand to shared, elastic infrastructure that We identify several attributes that computing. These attributes are: • On-demand self-service • Broad network access • Resource pooling • Rapid elasticity • Measured service • Sharing by multiple tenants Currently there are three primary categories Infrastructure as a service (IaaS). storage, and network, delivered as a cloud Platform as a service (PaaS). Platforms deploy applications. Software as a service (SaaS). Software accessed over the Read the full IT@Intel White Paper Intel Information Technology Business Solutions June 2010.

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