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Customer presentation: Trisys, Introduction to AWS, Cambridge

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    Customer presentation: Trisys, Introduction to AWS, Cambridge Customer presentation: Trisys, Introduction to AWS, Cambridge Presentation Transcript

    • Customer Presentation Trisys Business Software Garry Lowther CEO
    • Presenter
    • Recruitment Software – Early Years
    • Recruitment Software: Desktop – Now
    • Recruitment Software: Web – Now
    • Recruitment Software: Mobile – Now
    • Recruitment Software: Web APIhttps://services.trisysglobal.com/trisysrest
    • Visual Studio CRM SDK
    • Why Build a Cloud System? Why Cloud?
    • Why Build a Cloud: Complexity #1TriSys Client-Server Architecture 1995-2005 Internet TriSys Customised GUI TriSys Web3rd Party Tools User Interface Components Business Events Customisable Desktop Automation TriSys Processor Industry Specific Internet E-Mail Core Engine Office Business Logic Operating System API’s Data Access Layer E-Mail/Calendar Sync TriSys Utilities Windows E-Mail Server SQL Server e.g. Exchange, G-Mail Local Area Network
    • Why Build a Cloud: Complexity #2 Server Deployment Client PC DeploymentDeploying, supporting andmaintaining complex businesssoftware to a large customer baseis hard to doEnd-User Community
    • On-Premise to On-Demand Our Journey to the Cloud
    • Journey from On-Premise to On-Demand 2002/2003: First ASP system 2003: Co-Location Service, built and tested in Hills Road, Cambridge Cambridge 2003-2007: Trinity House,2007-2008: Fasthosts, in-house data centre,Gloucester Cambridge 2008-2009: Dedipower Managed Hosting, Reading 2009-Present: AWS, Dublin, Virginia, Singapore, Tokyo
    • TriSys Cloud Why Amazon?
    • Why Amazon?AWS allows us to re-use our existing software, dataand knowledge, whilst providing a wide range ofprogrammable and scalable web services on a pay-as-you go basis, with no long term obligation.
    • TriSys Cloud What is it?
    • TriSys Cloud: Global PresenceRegionsUS-EastEU-WestSingapore
    • TriSys Cloud: Remote DesktopEnd-UserCommunity TriSys Cloud Service Windows Desktop Office Cloud E-Mail 3rd Party Browser or RDP Productivity Windows Apps
    • TriSys Cloud Dynamic Single Instances
    • TriSys Cloud: Dynamic Single InstancesWhy? • Zero Contention for System Resources • User Specific Desktops • Shutdown when not in use • Reduced Cost = Reduced Price • Multiple simultaneous instances for power users • Faulty desktop replacement in minutes
    • TriSys Cloud: Data Centre ArchitectureFront EndApplicationServersBack EndServersInfrastructureServicesat AWS
    • TriSys Cloud: Login Sequence Any device, any time, any place Authenticated against CRM, AD Start Instance via API Join Domain Connect to Network Login Sequence 90 Seconds
    • TriSys Cloud: 24 Hour Dynamic ScalingServerDeploymentTime (GMT)
    • TriSys Cloud: Cost Saving Metrics78% :  Stopped time per week  Savings in hosting costs  Reduction in eco-footprint
    • TriSys Cloud: Dynamic Instances: DailyTraditional CostsDynamic Costs AsiaPac EMEA Americas Always On
    • TriSys Cloud: Dynamic Instances: WeeklyTraditional CostsDynamic Costs AsiaPac EMEA Americas Always On
    • TriSys Cloud: Business Continuity
    • TriSys Cloud Management & Tools
    • Managing Systems and Customers Firefox Elastic Fox: TriSys IT Management AWS Management Console: TriSys IT Management TriSys CRM: TriSys IT & Support Staff TriSys Web Site: CustomersTriSys Cloud can bemanagedfrom a variety ofapplicationsincluding a self-servicemodule for customers
    • Managing Systems: Monitoring