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Impact of Cloud Computing on Enterprise Architecture Perspectives, Best Practices, & Pitfalls David Bressler @djbressler March 2009
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation2 Cultural Challenges
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation3 Integration is hard Expensive Infrastructure Data
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation4 Data Integration Adds meaning
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation5 Data Integration is hard Invisible Hard to quantify Discounted
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation6
7 Users are a pain, well install what comes out of the box, and thats what theyll get. Real Life PHB
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation8 Financial & Logistics Challenges
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation9 Cost v. BenefitTime (Cost v. Benefit)
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation10 Traditional Software Purchase Purchase software Purchase hardware Find space in data center Create migration plan Setup development & test Configure systems Configure databases Configure networks More…
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation11 The Easy Way Get a login
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation12 Data Integration is hard Costs dont match benefits
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation13 How do we make integration easier, and deliver benefits more quickly?
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation14 Define Cloud Computing
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation15 How do we make integration easier, and deliver benefits more quickly? Could computing is a way make integration easier, and deliver benefits more quickly
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation16 Turn a commodity into a utility integration ^ Necessary, but not differentiating
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation17 Not everythings a commodity
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation18 Web Server Farms. Commodity.
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation19 Much Enterprise Software. Commodity
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation20 Email. A commodity.
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation21 Messaging. Maybe not a commodity.
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation22 What if… we just gave IT a platform to create their own data models, interfaces, and processes on a dynamic infrastructure [that met corporate requirements] & simply existed as needed?
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation23 Results in elevated IT relevance
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation24 Other Results… Focus on integration will evolve to a more disciplined approach Match expenses to benefits Enable new classes of applications
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation25 Best Practices
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation26 Mediation. A secret weapon.
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation27 Service Level Management. Dont even start with my piece is working fine!
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation28 Security. Its not (only) what you think it needs to be.
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation29 Make mistakes.
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation30 Build a culture of collaboration.
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation31 Map out a strategy. Reward innovation. Reward relevance.
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation32 Cultural Challenges Financial & Logistics Challenges Define Cloud Computing Best Practices
© 2008 Progress Software Corporation33 David Bressler firstname.lastname@example.org http://blogs.progress.com http://blogs.progress.com @djbressler
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