Challenges that keep cloud providers awake at night… Infrastructure-as-a-Service ‘full OpEx’ pricing model incomplete Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) models overstated security requirements Cloud...ideal for all workloads
What’s in a name? All cloud models compete. cloud managed cloud public cloud converged cloud community cloud virtual private cloud private cloud hybrid cloud
Remember the good old days? LP TA 5 Not cloud first so much as public cloud first.
The dream of cloud brokering Any business person can move any workload to any destination anytime they spot better terms, prices, availability, etc... Yeah right!
Straight talk about about cloud brokering Existing solution New solution Do it yourself Leverage adopt cloud- native offerings forget your app move your data develop in the cloud for deployment in the cloud the land of failure modes Failure modes: double-entanglements paving the cow path hop, skip, & jump best of breed IT budget myopia lipstick on the pig solving the wrong problem really, really well snow-flaking double dribbling
Some workloads don’t belong in the cloud workloads with stringent performance requirements (for example zero propagation delays) workloads with stringent availability requirements (for example 99.9999% availability) workloads requiring specialty equipment (for example high performance computing) workloads requiring specialty equipment configurations (for example direct-attach storage)
Cloud Mobility Social Networking Big Data E-business 2.0 Value chain productivity Building communities Pilots: tablet applications, real- time customer insights Integrated business intelligence Management productivity Building models & insights Pilots: fraud detection, yield management, lead generation Enterprise App. Store Individual productivity Building platforms Pilots: cloud file management for mobile devices Smart Services Process productivity Building systems Pilots: Mobile SAP applications Interrelated trends call for integrated strategies