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Cloud Computing - clearing the fog Rob Gear 8 th December 2009
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 2 PPT presentation template V1-10.ppt Cloud Computing – a definition… Cloud Computing – clearing the fog. A standardised IT capability, (services, software or infrastructure) delivered via Internet technologies in a pay-per-use, self-service way …and an analogy for the vision…
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 3 PPT presentation template V1-10.ppt Cloud Computing – What it means for IT Cloud Computing – clearing the fog. A standardised IT capability, (services, software or infrastructure) delivered via Internet technologies in a pay-per-use, self-service way. Typical ‘Cloud Computing Resources’ New Resources What resources as a service? I N F R A S T R U C T U R E MIDDLEWARE APPLICATIONS INFORMATION PROCESSES What is the level of sharing? Private In-house Data Centre Tool Market Virtual Private Dedicated Provider Cloud and Integration Service Market Public Global Provider Cloud Service Market Level of Sharing
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 4 PPT presentation template V1-10.ppt The Cloud is a lot like the iPhone… Cloud Computing – clearing the fog. iPhone apps, iPhone OS releases, iTunes features Cloud Features – providers, integrators, tools, products services Rapid Evolution
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 5 PPT presentation template V1-10.ppt …but like the iPhone its also over-hyped! Cloud Computing – clearing the fog.
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 6 PPT presentation template V1-10.ppt There are benefits… Reduced Costs – if done right –Better alignment of budgets with application demand –Deliver applications without raising the capex budget Improved time to application deployment Better ability to handle demand peaks Ability to share data with reduced security risk Cloud Computing – clearing the fog.
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 7 PPT presentation template V1-10.ppt …and also risks Multi-tenancy clouds may clash against security, privacy and compliance requirements Economics of the new charging model may not stack up Risk of vendor lock in Some degree of reliability and control is sacrificed Integration of Cloud applications may prove difficult and expensive down the line Standardised models and workloads may limit custom applications Cloud Computing – clearing the fog.
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 8 PPT presentation template V1-10.ppt Will the Cloud feature in YOUR future? There’s plenty to think about… SECURITY DATA - Integrity - Recovery ACCESS -Electronic -- Physical Geopolitical Site & Infrastructure APPLICATIONS REGULATION and COMPLIANCE INTEROPERABILITY GOVERNANCE SERVICE MATURITY Control of costs Maintaining alignment with company’s technical strategy Non IT procurement exposing the company to some or all of these cloud issues – need for greater/tighter internal governance Lock-in to a particular cloud software technology Limitations on sharing or transferring data Ability to articulate appropriate SLAs and performance requirements Reporting arrangements May influence the EXIT strategy What interoperability standards does a supplier support? PROVIDERS Location of data PORTABILITY Access of data for legal purposes Audit rights COSTS Cost comparison Contract terms Implications on the Retained Organisation Third party integration costs? MOBILITY Locations of user/customer communities Fixed and variable location profile Cloud Computing – clearing the fog.
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 9 PPT presentation template V1-10.ppt …and it needs to be right for YOU! There are multiple obstacles to overcome in adopting Cloud Computing and the risks are poorly understood, but the potential benefits could be significant Organisations must ensure that they are Cloud-ready and evaluate opportunities by applying a structured framework –Identify potential candidates for Cloud-based services –Can I do it, and if so where should I start? –Is it worth doing? –Does it limit my future options? There is no ‘one size fits’ all – every organisation is different. What you see when you look at the cloud depends on the type of business you are… Cloud Computing – clearing the fog. Will you even need an IT department in 5 years time?
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 10 PPT presentation template V1-10.ppt Example adoption matrix Cloud Computing – clearing the fog.
© PA Knowledge Limited Page 11 PPT presentation template V1-10.ppt Questions? Cloud Computing – clearing the fog.
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