Presentation on theme: "Win2k3 EoS and Enterprise Modernization"— Presentation transcript:
1Win2k3 EoS and Enterprise Modernization Matt StarkieBusiness ArchitectWW DC and Cloud Infrastructure CoEMicrosoftMichael LoftusChief Strategist & Consulting PartnerHyper Technologies
2Objectives for Win2k3 EoS / Enterprise Modernisation Identify Existing Risks in ApplicationsReduce Risk ExposureReduce Financial ExposureLeverage Newer CapabilitiesReduce Time to Value of ServicesSimplify the Environment
3Why? Organisations have an Application Transformation Challenge, still The Traditional Destination has evolvedOrganisations are going BiModalRisk vs Cost – what’s your preference?What’s your exposure?What are we hearing that is relevant to youGeneral ThemesSpecific Role Viewpoints
4Going Bi-Modal Fast Twitch AND Slow Twitch Agility Revenue, Brand, Customer ExperienceAgile, KanbanEmpirical, continuous, fail fasterStartups, small, short term dealsGood at new and ambiguous projectsBusiness-centric, customer focusedShort – (days, weeks)GoalValueApproachGovernanceSourcingTalentCultureCycle TimesReliabilityPrice for PerformanceWaterfall, V-ModelPlan Driven, Approval BasedEnterprise Suppliers, long-term dealsGood at conventional process/ projectsIT Centric, customer removedLong – (months / years)
5Win2k3 EoS / Enterprise Modernisation – Common Themes Again, we’ve just done this on the desktop!!Our solution works as is, why change it?We don’t need any help, we’re all coveredThis is an IT problemThis is a Business ProblemWhat are you trying to sell us this time?Yes we have a problem, we don’t know how big or where to startAnother vendor trying to scare us into buying from themWe haven’t budgeted to address thisYou’re no different than the other vendorsYes we’re an ITIL shop………Show me the valueWe want this to be the last time we do this
6Win2k3 EoS / Enterprise Modernisation – Role Based Viewpoints Viewpoint PerspectivesCIO StrategyLines of BusinessBusiness Relationship ManagersEnterprise ArchitectureSenior IT RolesInnovation TeamsFinance and ProcurementLegal
7How to Start Understand your problem Communication – Early, Often, RelevantService RACIService Cost is KeyHow Much todayHow Much in futureAvoid Analysis ParalysisLower the time to ValueOffload RiskOutcome based solutions
9Accelerated Application Modernization Approach Discovery &RationalisationSprint Project – Assessment & PlanningSprint Project - MigrationCSA StartWeek 1-4Week 5-12Weeks 13-26July 2015Environment Data CollectionLow Complexity Migration Planning (3rd Party & MS)Microsoft Velocity MigrationsTesting and RemediationQuarterly CSA Server Count Defined ObjectivesService Catalogue Findings and Reports5-10 Application Migration PilotCSA Accountability Roles and ResponsibilitiesCustom Application Review and ValidationImpact Project – Assessment & PlanningImpact Project - MigrationInitial Business Case Analysis (CSA & Risk Impacts)Week 7-15Week 15 – TBD (ASAP)Medium Complexity Migration PlanningGovernance and Risk MitigationMicrosoft Velocity MigrationsPartner Migration ManagementBusiness Impact, Risk, Schedule and ApproachBusiness Testing and RemediationEnd User Communication and TrainingComplexity Project – Assessment & Planning & MigrationWeek 15 onwardsTarget Destination DecisionsTarget DestinationDesign / Build / Operate
10Infrastructure Modernisation Michael LoftusHyper-T
11Hyper Technologies (HyperT) A Perspective on Modernization and Win 2003 Microsoft PartnerDeep expertise in Hyper-V, System Center, and core MS PlatformsFocused primarily on Consulting and On Premises Managed Service, with a “Boutique” Hosting CapabilityAzure activity restricted to DR feasibility discussions thus far. Dev/Test on the horizon.Active in Several Windows 2003 Upgrade ProjectsFocused on Infrastructure – so not confronting Application Server challenges yet
12HyperT and Infrastructure Modernization –Beliefs and Approach Infrastructure MattersAvailabilityAgilityTime to ValueService QualityOur Core ServicesCore MS PlatformsVirtualization (server, desktop, user)Automation and Self ServiceOur ApproachModernizeOptimizeAutomatePrivateCloudHybrid Cloud
14Windows 2003 Initiatives- HyperT All focused more on “point” modernization than EOL/CSA risk. Windows 2003 Remediation seen as larger challenge and not necessarily being addressed as single project by our clients.Two separate Financial Services Engagement examplesFirst is moving Windows 2003 File Servers to Virtualized Windows 2012 clusters. Build out new environment, migrate data, retire old servers.Second engagement is also a File Server/DFS-R upgrade to Windows 2012.As you would expect, very few significant technology challenges with these migrationsIn “Proposal Stage” for multiple clients starting to look at Application Servers. Initial trend is they are not interested in diagnostic tools like ChangeBase/App DNA. They seek ISV validation of support for Win 2012
15HyperT SummaryWe are absolutely committed to (and optimistic about) the prospects for private and hybrid cloud based on MS Cloud OS.There is a need to improve understanding of networking and WAN optimization in the context of Azure and O365We are in dialogue with a few smaller clients about moving their entire IT infrastructure Azure and O365Client interest/demand for these migrations is driven by modernization imperatives.Although the Windows 2003 EOL “event” is acknowledged, it does not appear to represent the major “inflection point” that we believe it is.Not clear that patch availability as critical a concern as it should be.
16Why Microsoft and Partners? We’ve Done This Before, countless timesWe know Your:OrganisationIndustryGeographyExperienced Resources & PartnersOnshoreOffshoreTailored and Proven ApproachesChoice of DestinationsMicrosoftNon-MicrosoftShared Interests and GoalsThe clock is ticking!!!!
17Questions? Matt Starkie Business Solutions Architect WW Datacenter and Cloud Infrastructure CoEMichael LoftusRole?Hyper Technologies
19Target Workstream Set the Target Destinations to work towards PrinciplesPrivate Cloud Unless……Public Cloud Unless….Hybrid Cloud Unless…Pre-requisitesIdentity StrategyComms PlanCAPEX / OPEX GoalsJustification for changeDestination BuildInternal ResourceExternal ResourcesMixed?
21Assess & Planning Workstream Asses Service ComponentsBusiness CriticalityMission CriticalImportantMarginalDuplicateGartner 5 R’sRetireRehostRefactor / ReviseRebuildReplaceComplexity / RiskHighHigh to MediumMedium to LowLow
22Migrate Workstream Who, When, What, How Much? How Much? Who? Internal ResourcesExternal ResourcesCOTS UpgradesRemember Service OwnersWhen / What?Simplify firstMix of Risk / ComplexityLeverage CloudPlan for VacationsHow Much?Internal cost vs ExternalRemember licensingRemember OPEXBudgetary Year