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Cloud Computing Infrastructure Services
Changing the way Government Departments Operate

Neo Teck Guan ( Director, South Pacific Regional CIO Office


Huawei Confidential

Contents  Cloud Computing Overview Cloud Development in the Government Huawei’s Cloud Computing Solutions   HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.. Huawei Confidential . LTD.

Today’s Enterprise Challenges    Low utilization Levels and Inefficient workload density Insufficient automation and Long provisioning times High TCO HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD.. Huawei Confidential Cloud Computing .

Cloud Computing Overview End Devices Network Cloud Computing IaaS PaaS Platforms SaaS Data Centre Cloud Models • Private • Hybrid • Public WAN Apps End to End Management End to End Security End to End Automation / On Demand HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD.. Huawei Confidential .

Huawei Confidential .Cloud Computing IaaS ….. 5 Key Characteristics On-Demand Self Service Broadband Network The End user can provision computing capabilities as needed BB E2E Network with QoS to support fluctuating transaction volumes Resource Pooling Computing resources are pooled to serve multiple consumers using a multi-tenant model Rapid Elasticity Capabilities can be rapidly and elastically provisioned Measured Service Automatic control and optimization of resource use by leveraging a metering capability HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.. LTD.

. LTD.Content  Cloud Computing Overview Cloud Development in the Government Huawei’s Cloud Computing Solutions   HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. Huawei Confidential .

Achieve Operation Efficiency     Shift to Cloud 1st Policy – Identify early winners Terminate at least 30% of IT Infrastructure Projects over the next 18 months Reduce number of Federal data centers by at least 800 by 2015 Build a Shared Services Environment $20B of IT Spending can move to Cloud 2.. LTD. Effectively Manage Large Scale IT Programs      Strengthen Program Management Align Acquisition Process Align Budget Process Streamline Governance & Accountability Increase engagement with the Industry HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.Cloud Development – US Government US Government –wide Cloud Computing Framework “25-POINT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN TO REFORM FEDERAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT” 1. Huawei Confidential .

Private Cloud (IaaS) based defense infrastructure  Apps. HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. Huawei Confidential .gov.. Launched Sep 2009. Tender in progress. LTD. SaaS. Rapid Access Computing Environment (RACE).Cloud Development – US Government EXAMPLES:  Army Experience Centre (AEC). Cloud-based E-mail System  The Defense Information System Agency (DISA). CRM SaaS Solution  US Department of Agricultural (USDA).

Stream Three  Encourages a strategic approach to cloud. . Stream Two  Encourages agencies to adopt public cloud services for public facing “unclassified” government services and to undertake proof of concept studies to fully understand the risks of the cloud environment 3. Stream One  Provides agencies with guidance and documentation Key Outcome Current Spend $4..3B Anticipated Savings $1B Through the Australia Government Data Center Strategy 2. LTD.Cloud Development – Australian Government Australian Federal Government “CLOUD COMPUTING STRATEGIC DIRECTION PAPER” 1. This work is dependent upon greater clarity around projects commissioned under the Data Centre Strategy Huawei Confidential HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.

Pilot cloud-based application on force. Announced 2010  Dept of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC). Public Cloud (SaaS/PaaS). Work-inprogress.. POC stage  Australia Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). POC done. Work-in-progress  Dept of Human Services (DHS). Hybrid Cloud (IaaS).Cloud Development – Australian Government EXAMPLES:  West Australia Dept of Treasury and Finance (DTF) and West Australia Health (WA Health). Private Cloud (IaaS). HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. Huawei Confidential . Public Cloud (SaaS).

000 Teachers and Students for 350 schools to Google apps including Gmail.. LTD. IM and other services HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.Cloud Development – Singapore Government IDA launched the first “OPEN CALL FOR CLOUD COMPUTING IN 2010” Singapore Government multi-million-dollar Cloud Computing system  The Government Cloud (G-Cloud) is the basis of the e-Government 5 years master plan Perceived Key Benefits    Shared Apps for government ministries and agencies Sharing of resources Avoid new investment for short period of resource needs Cloud Implementation  MOE migrated 30. Huawei Confidential .

Impact of Cloud Computing on Government Gov to Citizen  Improve government service delivery  “One-stop” service  Promote government image Gov to Business  Improve business environment and attract foreign investment Gov Cloud Gov to Employee  Improve efficiency and reduce manpower cost  Streamline operational process  Focus on higher-value activities HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.. LTD. Gov to Gov  Enhance collaboration  Better resource utilization Huawei Confidential .

Huawei Confidential ..Content  Cloud Computing Overview Cloud Development in the Government Huawei’s Cloud Computing Solutions   HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD.

Huawei’s Cloud Offerings SaaS – Application Services Business Support Systems Government Applications eCity eHealth eEducation 6 Billing CRM Business Intelligence Huawei’s Digital Shopping Mall 7 PaaS – Platform Services Web Host Framework IPTV / OTT E-Reading Developer Test Tools Virtual Desktop Rich Comms Contact Centers Applications RCS/SNS Content Newspaper Cloud Services Traditional Service Platforms 5 Application BSS/OSS Network Services Abstraction SDP Partner Services Service Delivery Platform IaaS – Infrastructure Services 3 Cloud Management & Virtualization Tools Servers Storage Network 4 CSCF E2E Policy Management MSC-S Core MMTel MME Fixed SS Site Mgmt Transport 2 Access 1 Mobile Media Cache Content Distribution Network (CDN) Wireline Wireless Digital Home SMB/Enterprise M2M / Terminals HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.. Huawei Confidential . LTD.

. O&M Accounting OM Web Portal Charging GW Provision Virtual Network vSwitch vFW Capacity Planning Hypervisor Migration Infrastructure T6000 X86 Server RH 2285 Storage SAN S5X00 SAN S6800 VIS 6000 Network S5300 S9300 Security Eude mon SVN 3000 Deploy iNIC Facility Cabinet NE610 Thermal management Precision air Thermal simulation and intelligent control P2V HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. Huawei Confidential .Huawei’s SingleCLOUD Solution Service & App. Servers etc.g. Cloud Platform GAME CRM xDesktop SMS/MMS …… Huawei Products Third-party Partners Automation Tools Virtualization and Management Automation and Dynamic Resource Scheduling Virtual Computing Resource Virtual Storage OBS VBS Image Mgmt IMGS e. LTD. Desktop Images.

.Huawei Cloud Building Blocks 10GE network switch High performance server  Standard 19-inch 2U shelf 2 Blades / 2U 2 CPUs / Blade   S9300 • 16×4Gbps FC ports • 8×4Gbps FC+4×1Gbps iSCSI ports • 8×1Gbps iSCSI ports T6000 Blade IP-SAN • 16×4GbpsFC ports Backup Management V –Storage (Virtualization-Engine) • 24×4Gbps FC host interface • 2024 LUNs • Thin provisioning • FC/SATA/SSD hard disk • Up to 480 disks • FC/SATA/SSD hard disk • 112-240 disks S6800 S5500/5600 VIS6000 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD. Huawei Confidential Page 16 .

Test. Approach. Guidance Solution Architecture & Design Build. LTD.. Migrate Plans Defining the Vision & Objectives Goals & Business Outcomes Measurements Timeframe Budget Joint Innovation Centre    IaaS / Data Centre PaaS SaaS   Huawei’s Cloud Computing Framework HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. Outcomes. Huawei Confidential .How can Huawei help Global Cloud Computing Knowledge and Experience Business Planning Setting the Regulatory Framework    Setting the Standards Defining the Governance & Organization Guidelines & Policies about what will be moved to the Cloud     Proof of Concept Building the Business Plan & Case     Program & Project Definition High Level Solution Architecture CAPEX/OPEX Financial Value Technical Planning Building the Transformation Strategy & Plan  Transformation Vision.

Huawei Confidential .Joint innovation with customer through operating JIC (Joint Innovation Center) Operator Engagement    User Study BP Product trial environment and test specs Marketing & channels Huawei Engagement  Global practices and knowledge sharing Solution R&D experts Equipments Solution fulfillment and verification + JIC    • Customer Satisfaction • Cost Reduction  • Value Enhancement • New Solution R&D Platform Lab Go to market • TCO Savings • New App & Service • New Terminals • New Experience • New Business Model Network IaaS PaaS SaaS HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD..

LTD.Indonesia’s Economic Development Plan – Potential area for JIC Enterprises / Businesses Agriculture and Farming Factories Food Mining & Energy Tourism Plantations Fisheries Mining Energy Hotels Restaurants Economic Clusters & Business Centers to support Local Economy Kalimantan Intra Corridor Sulawesi Intra Corridor Shared Service Data Center / NOC Sumatera Intra Corridor Indonesia Inter Corridor Java Intra Corridor Bali – NT Intra Corridor Papua Intra Corridor Transport Shipping Airports Railways Government Services Health Education Security Traffic Core Infrastructure / Government HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. Huawei Confidential ..