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BY:ANKITA GHATORIYA HIMANI KOTHARI SHRUTI RANE

AUTONOMIC

COMPUTING is the new trend in self-managed computing systems that configures, heal, protect themselves and adapt to the user's needs automatically. The idea drives from autonomic nervous system of the human body that helps controlling the entire system

The term autonomic comes from an analogy to the autonomic central nervous system in the human body, which adjusts to many situations automatically without any external help. Autonomic computing is an approach to self-managed computing systems that will work independently, without human intervention.

Intelligent open systems that: Manage complexity Know themselves Continuously tune themselves Adapt to unpredictable conditions Prevent and recover from failures Provide a safe environment

Providing customer value Increased return on IT investment Improved resiliency and quality of service Accelerated time to value

Focus on business, not infrastructure

Basic Level 1

Managed Level 2

Predictive Level 3

Adaptive Level 4

Autonomic Level 5

Skills Characteristics Benefits

Multiple sources of system generated data Requires extensive, highly skilled IT staff Basic Requirement s Met

Manual

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Basic Level 1

Managed Level 2

Predictive Level 3

Adaptive Level 4

Autonomic Level 5

Skills Characteristics Benefits

Consolidation Multiple of data and sources of actions system through generated management data tools Requires IT staff extensive, analyzes and highly skilled takes actions IT staff

Greater Basic system Requirement awareness s Met Improved productivity

Manual

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Basic Level 1

Managed Level 2

Predictive Level 3

Adaptive Level 4

Autonomic Level 5

Skills Characteristics

Multiple sources of system generated data actions Requires IT staff IT staff extensive, analyzes and approves and highly skilled takes actions initiates IT staff actions Reduced dependency on deep skills Faster/better decision making

Consolidation System of data and monitors, actions correlates through and management tools recommends

Benefits

Greater system Basic awareness Requirements Improved Met productivity

Manual

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Basic Level 1

Managed Level 2

Predictive Level 3

Adaptive Level 4

Autonomic Level 5

Skills Characteristics

Consolidation System of data and Multiple monitors, actions sources of correlates and through system generated data management recommends actions tools Requires extensive, highly skilled IT staff Basic Requirements Met

System monitors, correlates and takes action

IT staff IT staff IT staff analyzes and approves and manages takes actions initiates actions performance

against SLAs

Benefits

Reduced Greater Balanced dependency on human/system system deep skills awareness interaction Faster/better IT agility and Improved productivity decision making

resiliency

Manual

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Basic Level 1

Managed Level 2

Predictive Level 3

Adaptive Level 4

Autonomic Level 5 Integrated components dynamically managed by business rules/policies

Skills Characteristics

Consolidation System of data and Multiple System monitors, actions sources of monitors, correlates and correlates and through system generated data management recommends takes action actions tools IT staff IT staff Requires extensive, analyzes and approves and highly skilled takes actions initiates actions IT staff Basic Requirements Met

IT staff IT staff focuses manages on enabling performance business needs against SLAs

Reduced Greater Balanced Business policy dependency on human/system drives IT system deep skills management awareness interaction Faster/better Improved IT agility and Business agility and resiliency productivity decision making resiliency

Benefits

Manual

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CORE BUILDING BLOCKS FOR AN OPEN ARCHITECTURE

The autonomic computing control loop Analyze Plan

Monitor Sensors

Knowledge

An autonomic manager contains a continuous control loop that monitors activities and takes actions to adjust the system to meet business objectives Autonomic managers learn from past experience to build action plans Managed elements need to be instrumented consistently
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Execute Effectors

Element

The control loop::


collects information analyzes data finds a solution if needed executes actions accordingly
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Composite

resources tied to business decision-making resources decision-making, e.g., cluster servers elements managing themselves
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Composite

Resource

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Touch points for managed resources Knowledge resources Autonomic manager Manual manager

Based

on a distributed, service-oriented architectural approach, e.g., OGSA


Every component provides or consumes services Policy-based management

Autonomic

elements between autonomic elements

Make every component resilient, robust, self-managing Behavior is specified and driven by policies
Relationships

Based on agreements established and maintained by autonomic elements Governed by policies Give rise to resiliency, robustness, self-management of system
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FEATURES

&

APPLICATIONS

Dozens of systems and applications

Directory and Security Security Services

Existing Applications and Data and Data Business Data


Data Server Server

DNS Server

Web Web Server Server

Web Web Application Application Server Server

Thousands of tuning parameters


Storage Area Storage Network

Data Data

Hundreds of components

BPs and External Services


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Management of complex, heterogeneous environments too hard

IT asset utilization is way too low

Operational speed too slow IT flexibility too limited Swamped by the proliferation of technology and platforms to support The inability to manage the infrastructure seamlessly

Privacy, security and business continuity

Operational cost too high, efficiency too low

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AUTONOMIC COMPUTING ATTRIBUTES


SELF HEALING SELF CONFIGURING SELF PROTECTING SELF OPTIMIZING

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W eb Application Data and Servers Transaction Appliance Servers Servers Internet


Heterogeneous, distributed components working together

Business Partners

Internet/ Extranet

Self-tuning, end-to-end performance management



Dynamic allocation of network resources Workload balancing & routing Cross platform reporting Policy-based for various classes of users & applications
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Rapid / automated analysis of complex situations


Correlation Engine Risk Mgr IDS Rules

Security Event

Risk Manager

Event Database
Application Server Application Server Firewall

Intrusion Detection System (IDS)

Intrusion Detection Web Server Router

Intranet

Internet

Automate incident response Protect systems and data Help prevent service disruptions

"The Tivoli security management software portfolio is helping our clients extend their businesses to the Internet while providing security and privacy..." Mark Ford, Principal Deloitte & Touche

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BENEFITS OF AUTONOMIC
SHORT TERM I/T RELATED BENEFITS LONG TERM I/T BENEFITS OR HIGH ORDER BENEFITS

More

responsive, Real-time system power, storage and costs

Scaled Full

use of idle processing power

Fewer

system or network errors due to self-healing.

Realize

the vision of ennoblement by shifting available resources to higherorder business end-to-end service level management

Achieving

As future researches, the following topics can be proposed in autonomic distributed computing domain: Performance evaluation of applying the autonomic behavior in a distributed computing system model.
Designing

an autonomic manager in multilayer P2P form, so that autonomic behavior and management information as a knowledge base are stored in separated layers.

Studying languages, which develop autonomic management behavior in a distributed computing environment. Implementing a self-healing system in a virtual organization