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In the colocation case, you can assume the same CAPEX expense as in the internal IT model. In the internal IT model, you ignore the ongoing OPEX cost associated with running the application because you assume the cost is absorbed somewhere else. In a colocation deployment, there is an ongoing OPEX cost for the rack space and the bandwidth. For this deployment, you should be able to get by with half a rack and, let s say, 10 Mbits of bandwidth. You should be able to purchase this on an annual contract for about $1,000/month. This yields a total monthly cost of $1,861/month for the colocation model (see table 3.2).
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Table 3.2 contract Colocation cost calculation: assumes CAPEX for hardware plus OPEX for the colocation
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Hardware $31,000 = 36 $861 Total cost of HW Months per month + = $1,861 per month
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You can think of the colocation example as a proxy for a cost-allocation model and treat the two models as the same. This overestimates the cost for the internal IT case when facilities exist to house it. But on the other hand, when new facilities need to be provisioned, this model can be more financially advantageous.
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Next, let s turn to the managed-service model. In this case, you re in a pure rental model. All of your costs are OPEX. A typical rental cost for the pair of firewalls is $300/month and for the load-balancer pair is approximately $1,500/month. Each of the six servers will cost approximately $1,000 per month, or $6,000/month combined. This yields a total cost of $7,800/month. In a managed model, there is typically a bandwidth utilization allocation of 500 GB/month per server. This is enough for your e-commerce application, so there should be no additional charge for bandwidth. There is also typically a one-time initialization fee equal to approximately one month of service. Spreading that out over three years yields an effective monthly cost of $8,017/month (see table 3.3).
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Table 3.3
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The business case for cloud computing
Managed-service cost calculation: a pure OPEX expenditure for hardware rental and contract Hardware $300/month + + $1,500/month $6,000/month $7,800 per month Firewalls Load balancers Six servers + + = $8,017 per month Bandwidth 500 GB/server included $0 $7,800 36 $217 per month Additional charge Installation (once)
You can see a large disparity in the cost of a colocation deployment and managed service deployment approximately $6,200/month. The general argument for managed hosting revolves around a value proposition that a savings in the model is inherent because the $6,200/month difference is related to the savings realized from reduced human resources to manage the infrastructure, which you don t take into account in these scenarios.
CLOUD DEPLOYMENT
Now that we re finished discussing the traditional models, let s press on and turn our attention to the cloud. We ll run through this model in more detail. As you ll see, it s trickier and more challenging to run the analysis for a cloud deployment because there are quite a few more moving parts. But running through this scenario will help you understand the key factors that you must take into account to get a good estimate of the cost of a cloud deployment. As with the managed-service model, you re now in a pure rental model, with the primary difference being that you re renting virtual capacity instead of dedicated capacity. The first thing you need to do is figure out the configuration that s analogous to what you ve been modeling in the world of physical infrastructure. To calculate the cost of the deployment, let s take a specific cloud provider Amazon and use its pricing structure to provide a point of comparison. First, you model the six servers that represent the (doubled) web servers, the application servers, and the database servers. Server capacity is measured in terms of compute units, which they define in terms of an equivalent physical hardware unit (see table 3.4).
Table 3.4 Size Amazon EC2 instance size equivalents Memory Num EC2 compute units (1 = 1.0-1.2 GHz 2007 Opteron CPU) Small Large Extra large 1.7 GB 7.5 GB 15 GB 1 4 8 160 GB 850 GB 1690 GB 32-bit 64-bit 64-bit Storage Platform
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