FEDERAL DATA
CENTER
CONSOLIDATION
SOLUTIONS
GovCIO Summit
June 9-10, 2011
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FDCC Solutions
CSC Solution Portfolio Key Differentiators
Full-Suite
Unmatched
Experience delivering end-to-end
IT Services and Solutions – Both
Traditional and Cloud
Proven
Consultative services and
offerings enabling smooth
transition from strategy to
execution
Secure
Architecture preferred by world’s
most security-conscious
enterprises
CustomerFocused
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Of Vendor-Independent Cloud
Offerings
Service-driven business model
FDCCI Solution Area 1:
NPS’ Federal Data Center Consolidation Offerings
Strategy and Roadmap
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Refine existing DCC plans
Refine DC baseline inventory
Refine facilities analysis
Develop/refine shared services
and multi-tenancy roadmap
Develop/refine governance
and risk mitigation strategy
Alignment with Enterprise /
Segment Architecture
Proofs of Concept
High Level Workforce and
Job Impact Analysis
Change Readiness
Assessment
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FDCCI Solution Area 1
Strategy and Roadmap Deliverables
Cloud First Strategy and
DCC Roadmap Report
Executive Summary
Executive Summary
Key Facts and Figures
Opportunities
Assessment
Enablers /
Barriers
Assessment
Change Readiness Assessment
Organization Impact Assessment
Benefits Analysis
Prioritized
Recommendations
Strategy and
Roadmap
Updated FDCCI Documents
Deliverables
Agency DCC Strategy
Validated Data Center Baseline Inventory
Facilities analysis
Shared Services and Multi-tenancy Roadmap
Governance and Risk Mitigation Strategy
Enterprise/Segment Architecture Alignment Report
Refined (existing) DCC plans
High Level Workforce and Job Impact Analysis
Change Readiness Assessment and Strategy
CSC takes a holistic approach to developing a roadmap that will yield early and sustained results
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FDCCI Solution Area 1
Strategy and Roadmap
Proof of Concept Results
Reports (Examples)
3rd Party SaaS
3rd Party PaaS
Federal Agencies are
expected to identify at
least three areas
where “optimization
through server
virtualization or cloud
computing alternatives
may be used”
3rd Party IaaS
Private PaaS
Private IaaS
Virtualization
Security
Management
Example CloudFirst
Proofs of Concept (PoC)
• Infrastructure Virtualization
• Google Mail
• Anything on the Roadmap
CSC's tools accelerate the speed to value for data center consolidation analysis
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FDCCI Solution Area 1
Strategy and Roadmap (Cont’d)
CloudFirst Strategy and
DCC Roadmap Report
Existing Data Center Services
Opportunities
Assessment
Consolidation Opportunities
Application
Services
Replace Application Services with 3rd Party SaaS
(e.g., Salesforce, Gmail, MS Office 360…)
Application
Platform
Services
Rebuild Application Services on 3rd Party PaaS
(e.g., Force.com, Google Apps, MS Azure…)
Data &
Information
Services
Compute
Services
Rebuild Application Services on Private
Virtualized PaaS (e.g., SpringVM…)
Migrate Physical Infrastructure Services to
3rd Party IaaS (e.g., CSC BizCloud…)
Migrate Physical Compute Services to Private
Virtualized Compute Services (P2V)
Storage
Services
Migrate Physical Storage Services to Private
Virtualized Storage Services (P2V)
Eliminate Network Services as Dependent
Data Center Services are Eliminated
Network
Services
Eliminate Facility Services as Dependent
Data Center Services are Eliminated
Facility
Services
Pervasive Service
Management &
Cybersecurity
Services
Migrate Services Management and
Cybersecurity Services to 3rd Party Providers
Eliminate Services Management and Cybersecurity
Services as Dependent Services are Eliminated
We assess the full range of available opportunities for
eliminating existing data center services
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FDCCI Solution Area 1
Business Case for Consolidation
Savings Potential
(Range)
Consolidation Opportunities
Business Priority
Replace Application Services With 3rd Party SaaS
(e.g., Salesforce, Gmail, MS Office 360…)
Not Applicable
Rebuild Application Services On 3rd Party PaaS
(e.g., Force.com, Google Apps, MS Azure…)
Not Applicable
Rebuild Application Services On Private
Virtualized PaaS (e.g., SpringVM…)
Run Phase
10% – 30 %
Migrate Physical Infrastructure Services to 3rd
Party IaaS (e.g., CSC BizCloud…)
Crawl Phase
15% – 35%
Migrate Physical Storage Services to Private
Virtualized Storage Services (P2V)
Crawl Phase
15% – 30%
Eliminate Network Services as Dependent Data
Center Services are Eliminated
Walk Phase
10% – 25%
Eliminate Facility Services as Dependent
Data Center Services are Eliminated
Walk Phase
20% – 40%
Migrate Services Management and Cybersecurity
Services to 3rd Party Providers
Walk Phase
10% – 20 %
Eliminate Services Management and
Cybersecurity Services as Dependent Services
are Eliminated
Not Applicable
NA
NA
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We analyze each consolidation opportunity to determine its business prioritization
and potential savings
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FDCCI Solution Area 1
Strategy and Roadmap — Deliverables (Cont’d)
CloudFirst Strategy and
DCC Roadmap Report
Operational Proof of Concept
(POC): IaaS compute private
Strategy and
Roadmap
Activities to realize
consolidation opportunities
in Near, Short, and Long Term
(POC) IaaS storage private
(POC) PaaS
production private
(POC) PaaS
pre-production private
Develop detailed
cloud strategy
Develop detailed SOA
roadmap
Develop detailed application
and data services roadmap
for simplification
Changes needed in each enterprise enabler (Organization, Business Process,
Facilities, Infrastructure, Applications, Data, Service Lifecycle Management,
Security, Etc.) to realize consolidation opportunities
We provide a strategy and roadmap for activities that achieve the full
benefit of each opportunity
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FDCCI Solution Area 1
Strategy and Roadmap — Case Examples
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U.S. Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
Identified 25% productivity gain and 30% cost saving
Improved compliance with Federal Cloud/FDCCI mandates
Now executing recommended IaaS activities per roadmap
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U.S. Agency for International Development
Identified significant cost saving in email and desktop services
Improved compliance with Federal Cloud/FDCCI mandates
Now executing e-mail Cloud migration and virtual desktop
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NASA Ames Research Center
Identified significant cost savings in high performance computing
Improved compliance with Federal Cloud/FDCCI mandates
Implementation of IaaS to re-host scientific applications
• Multinational agricultural biotechnology client has aggressive technology
growth targets to support R&D efforts
• To extend and optimize the capacity of data center, Monsanto launched
initiatives to improve utilization of existing IT assets (e.g., Virtualization
acceleration, blade computing evaluation, storage strategy and tiering)
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FDCCI Solution Area 2:
NPS’ Federal Data Center Consolidation Offerings
Design and Execution
• Data Center Consolidation
Planning
• Data Center Transition
• Cloud Transition
• ITSM Transition
• IT Infrastructure Optimization
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FDCCI — TCO Portfolio of Services
TCO = Transition, Consolidation, and Optimization
Consolidation
Planning Services
• Data Center Consolidation
Planning
Transition
Execution Services
• Data Center Transition
• Cloud Transition
• ITSM Transition
Optimization
of IT Infrastructure
Services
• IT Infrastructure
Optimization
CSC’s full portfolio of services and solutions to assist clients in implementing
their FDCCI strategy
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FDCCI — TCO Portfolio of Services
FDCCI Service Delivery Model — ITIL Aligned
FDCCI AREA
Solution Area 1
SA2Consolidation
Strategy and
Roadmap
Service
Strategy
SA2Transition
SA2Optimization
Consolidation Planning
& Org. Impact
Assessment
Service
Design
Solution Area 3
Solution Area 4
Service
Transition
Change
Management
Service
Operation
Transition
Execution
Data Center
Transition
ITSM Transition
Data Center Services
Management
Continual
Service
Improvement
Information
Assurance
Framework
Cloud Transition
Services from the
Cloud
Optimization of IT
Infrastructure
ITIL aligned and integrated deployment across the entire FDCCI portfolio
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FDCCI — TCO Portfolio of Services
Delivery Tools, Guidelines, Methodologies
Consolidation
Planning Services
Capability Maturity
Model
Baseline Discovery
Detailed Consolidation
Plan
Transition
Execution Services
Transition Program
Management
Reference
Architectures
Business & ITSM
Process Alignment
TCO/ROI
Evaluation
Continual Service
Optimization
Optimization
of IT Infrastructure
Services
App Dependency
Mapping
Set of proven artifacts derived from CSC’s best-in-class commercial and
federal practices
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FDCCI Solution Area 3:
NPS’ Federal Data Center Consolidation Offerings
Enterprise
Management
• Enterprise Managed
Services
• Managed Infrastructure
Services
• Managed Support Services
• Application Services
Management
• Enterprise Hosting Services
• Security Services
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FDCCI Solution Area 3 – Enterprise Management
Offering Overview
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Enterprise
Managed
Services
2
Managed
Infrastructure
Services
3
Managed
Support Services
4
Application
Services
Management
5
Enterprise
Hosting Services
6
Security
Services
Managed
Infrastructure
Services
Midrange
Server
Administration
Remote
Infrastructure
Management
COTS Product
Monitoring &
Management
Trusted Hosting
Management
Security
Operations
Center (SOC)
Managed
Support
Services
Network
Administration
Service
Desk
Customized
Application
Monitoring
Managed
Infrastructure
Services
Audit Log
Management
Application
Services
Management
Storage
Administration
Data Center
Services
Managed
Support
Services
Enterprise
Hosting
Services
Mainframe
Administration
Vulnerability
and Risk
Management
Security
Services
Data Protection
Services
File Integrity
Data Loss
Management
Content
Management
Incident
Management
From customized service options to enterprise managed services,
CSC’s dynamic model offers client flexibility …
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Anti-Virus
and IDS
Business
Continuity
Services
FDCCI Solution Area 3 – Enterprise Management
Core Differentiation
• A Comprehensive Offering Structure Positions CSC as a Systems
Integration Leader:
Experience
 Global
 U.S. Market
 U.S. Public Sector
Managed Services Incorporation
 Data Center Services
 Consolidation and Optimization
 Cloud Adoption and Delivery
 Intrinsic Security Model
Services management excellence despite landscape complexity
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FDCCI Solution Area 3 – Enterprise Management
Program Case Study
Fully-Managed, In-Scope
Managed Infrastructure Services
Server
Partially-Managed
Network
Storage
Mainframe
CSC’s
Enterprise
Management
Offering
Ensures
Global Best
Practice
Consistency
for the U.S.
Government
Data Protection
Content Management
Managed Support Services
Remote Infrastructure Management
Service Desk
Data Center Services
Application Services Management
COTS Product Management
Customized Applications Management
Enterprise Hosting Services
Cloud and Hosting Services
Security Services
Security Operations Center (SOC)
Incident Mgmt. and Managed Services
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FDCCI SA3 – Enterprise Management
CSC’s Global Footprint — Infrastructure Growth Curve
Data Centers
42
*Includes CSC
Owned/Leased
and 3rd party
provider DCs
40
40
38
35
36
35
Virtual Servers
34
32
2008
2009
2010
34000
MIPS
24000
210,000
191,305
21,000
14,500
14000
170,000
130,000
42,000
44000
2008
2009
2010
EMEA
106,937
90,699
90,000
2008
2009
2010
While global infrastructure footprint grows steadily, effective management promotes
an optimized data center portfolio
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FDCCI SA3 – Enterprise Management
U.S. Data Center Landscape
Americas Outsourcing Services (AOS)
• Cambridge, MA
• Norwich, CT
• Meriden, CT
• Berkeley Heights, NJ
• Newark, DE
• Chicago, IL
• Reston, VA
• Chantilly, VA
Cambridge
Norwich
Berkeley Heights
Chicago
Meriden
Newark
Reston
Chantilly
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FDCCI Solution Area 3 – Enterprise Management
U.S. Data Center Landscape (Cont’d)
Americas Outsourcing Services (AOS)
• Cambridge, MA
• Norwich, CT
• Meriden, CT
• Berkeley Heights, NJ
• Newark, DE
• Chicago, IL
• Reston, VA
• Chantilly, VA
Albany
North America Public Sector (NPS)
Santa Clara
• Albany, NY
• Chambersburg, PA
• Chantilly, VA
• Culpeper, VA
• St Louis, MO
• Stennis, MS
• Miami, FL
• Santa Clara, CA
Chambersburg
St Louis
Stennis
Chantilly
Culpeper
Miami
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FDCCI Solution Area 3 – Enterprise Management
U.S. Data Center Landscape (Cont’d)
Americas Outsourcing Services (AOS)
• Cambridge, MA
• Norwich, CT
• Meriden, CT
• Berkeley Heights, NJ
• Newark, DE
• Chicago, IL
• Reston, VA
• Chantilly, VA
Cambridge
North America Public Sector (NPS)
• Albany, NY
• Chambersburg, PA
• Chantilly, VA
• Culpeper, VA
• St Louis, MO
• Stennis, MS
• Miami, FL
• Santa Clara, CA
Cloud Enabled Data Center Strategy
NPS
AOS
• Culpeper, VA
• Cambridge, MA
• Miami, FL
• Newark, DE
• Chantilly, VA
• Chicago, IL
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Chicago
Newark
Chantilly
Culpeper
Miami
FDCCI Solution Area 4
NPS’ Federal Data Center Consolidation Offerings
Services from
the Cloud
• Software as a Service
– CloudMail for Government
– CloudDesktop for
Government
• Platform as a Service
– CloudLab for Government
• Infrastructure as a Service
– CloudCompute for
Government
– BizCloud for Government
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FDCCI Solution Area 4 – Services from the Cloud
Trusted Cloud
A Cloud That…
harmonizes the security for transactions
and data with …
comprehensive transparency of control
and result such that …
it conveys evidence-based confidence that systems
within its environment operate as advertised, and that
no unadvertised functions are occurring …
Is a Trusted Cloud
Services rendered via a Trusted Cloud are “Trusted Cloud Services”
The generation of new enterprise value with Trusted Cloud Services is
an application of Digital Trust to ensure data is always secure, in flight and at rest
CSC delivers a secure, transparent trusted cloud that operates as advertised
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FDCCI Solution Area 4 – Services from the Cloud
CSC Cloud Deployment Models — IaaS
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3
Off Premises
Off Premises
On Premises
Public Service
Private Cloud
Private Cloud
• Leveraged
• At CSC data centers
• Capacity: virtually
unlimited
• Normal discount
structure
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• Dedicated
• At client data centers
• Capacity: units of 96 GB
vRAM
• Requires minimum
commitment of 33% of
capacity
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Dedicated
At CSC data centers
Capacity: projection-based
Requires capacity forecast
of 96 GB for 3 months or
migrated to leveraged
offering
FDCCI Solution Area 4 – Services from the Cloud
CloudCompute for Government: Community Cloud
CSC’s secure, enterprise-class IaaS designed to support any application for any
cloud deployment model
CloudCompute
Billing and
Reporting
IaaS Workloads
Support Options
Office Productivity Apps
E-Mail
Collaboration Social Net.
Backup
Antivirus
Monitoring
Patching
Applications
Operating
Systems
Basic Compute
Storage
CPUs
Provisioning and
Virtualization
CloudCompute
Service Catalog
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Virtual Machines
Client IT
Management
Line of Business Apps
Web Services
Business Services
Security
Database
Dev/Test/Prod
Environments
Enterprise Apps
ERP
IP Apps
HR
Compliance and Regulatory
Memory
x GB RAM
x Processors
x Bandwidth
FDCCI Solution Area 4 – Services from the Cloud
CloudLab for Government: Private and Community Cloud
CSC’s secure, enterprise-class IaaS designed to support any application
development environment infrastructure model through to pre-production
Lab environments
Billing and
Reporting
Development & Capabilities
Analysis
Support Options
.Net Java
Workstation
Backup
Server
Capabilities
Antivirus
Monitoring
Patching
Web Server
Application Server
Database Server
Applications
Operating
Systems
Basic Compute
Storage
CPUs
Virtual Machines
Client IT
Management
Test
Web Validation
Application Validation
Database Validation
Pre-Production
Web Substantiation
Application Substantiation
Database Substantiation
On Demand Provisioning
and De-Provisioning
CloudLab
Service Catalog
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Memory
x GB RAM
x Processors
x Bandwidth
FDCCI Solution Area 4 – Services from the Cloud
CloudDesktop for Government: Private and Community Cloud
CSC’s secure, enterprise-class PaaS designed to support any in-scope application
for any cloud deployment model, on any supported end-user device
CloudDesktop
Billing and
Reporting
Client IT
Management
Antivirus
End-Device Support
Support Options
MultiScreen
Out-of Scope
Application
Delivery
HQ Audio
Print Redirection
USB Redirection
Secure OS Provisioning
User Personalization
Monitoring
Patching
Active
Directory
Integration
Short Cuts
Preferences
Menus
DISA STIGs
VMWare ESX
VMWare View
Guest OS
Multiple
compute
footprints
(S / M / L )
Provisioning and
Virtualization
CloudDesktop
Service Catalog
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Basic Compute
Desktop Security Overlays
Storage
FDCC
SCAP
Microsoft Patches
CPUs
OEM Operating System
Memory
Windows XP / 7 Desktop
FDCCI Solution Area 4 – Services from the Cloud
The Future as a Service — A Portfolio of Trusted Cloud Solutions
Guide Our Clients in Their Journey to Exploit Contemporary Platforms for More
Effective Service Delivery — 3-Year Roadmap
Cloud as Business
Platform
SaaS
Software as a Service
PaaS
Platform as a Service
IaaS
Infrastructure as a Service
• Support third parties’ integrated services
• CSC Cloud Service Broker Platform and Solution
• Multi-support of third parties’ Cloud Federation
• Transparency as a Service (TaaS) — broker for multi-cloud compliance
• Identity and Access as a Service — IAM
• CloudSRM, supplier relationship management for the SAP ecosystem
• “App Store” for enterprise — social media for modern workspace
• CloudPM – Project Management in the cloud
• Multi-platform application development — Force.com, Azure, Spring,
Cordys, Google, open-source stack
• Multi-platform marketplace — CSC CloudBuild
• CloudTest – Performance testing in the cloud
• ACE suite of application transformation services — Refactoring Factory
• CloudBackup
• Cross-cloud federation and orchestration
• Multi-core virtualization support
• Multi-tier virtual storage support
The future is “diverse on-demand services”
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We stand ready to support
• CSC FDCC Solutions Points of Contact
– FDCC Solutions Business Development – John Zeberlein < 703-462-0240 >
– FDCC Solutions New Business – Diana Martin <703-818-4446>
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