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Clive Gold from EMC shares his slides on how cloud computing benefits business and how it is being used successfully in the market

Clive Gold from EMC shares his slides on how cloud computing benefits business and how it is being used successfully in the market

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  • Fast growing: 25% using, 45% planningForrester research: upend the status quo and institute a new IT model Most interest in ‘enterprise’ is for Virtual Private Cloud, (Private Cloud in EMC speak)Enterprise’s are battling with…1) What is the strategy for cloud adoption? 2) How do I integrate with what I have?drivers…Last year mostly ‘cost’This year added agility.
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  • The Australian Cloud
    In 2010, the cloud services revenue for Australia will amount to US$412 million, increasing to US$928 million in 2014 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.5%. - IDC
  • Future of Cloud..
    Managed services.
    IaaS
    - Need: A: Security and how to protected their financial info is?
    B: What is the possiblity of cloud computing?
    C: Why is it so popular, what are the advantages
    - 20 mins + 10mins - 6:30 to 9pm? (23rd March;
    - What is cloud all about?
    - Where is it going and why?
    - Where is it going?
    - What's real today?
  • Cloud Computing
    The Evolution of Cloud Computing
    Google: Search as a Service
    eBay: Auction as a Service
    Facebook: Social Networking as a Service
    Twitter: Micro-blogging as a Service
    Wikipedia: Knowledge as a Service
    “Excess Capacity” at times
    xSPFailed as not on-demand, not flexible & not dynamic
  • Inefficiencies in IT
    Capacity Plan
    Actual load
    “Under-supply“
    IT-Capacity
    $$
    “Waste“ of capacities
    Fixed cost of IT-capacities
    IT CAPACITY
    TIME
  • Ideally…
    IT-Capacity
    Actual load
    IT CAPACITY
    No“over-supply“
    No “under-supply“
    Reduce cost when load reduces
    TIME
  • Cloud computing is a model for enabling on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.“Low Cost Flexible Entry and Exit”
    Service Types
    Characteristics
    Deployment Models
    Scalable and elastic; services flex on demand to add or remove resources as needed
    PUBLIC
    Enterprise
    Public
    Cloud
    Shared; services dynamically allocated from a pool to gain economies of scale
    HYBRID
    Private
    Cloud
    Enterprise
    Broad Network Access; using Standard Internet Protocols
    Service-based; consumer concerns are abstracted via service interfaces
    PRIVATE
    Metered by use; services tracked by usage metrics that enable multiple payment models
    Public
    Cloud
    Private
    Cloud
    Enterprise
  • Reality Today
  • The IT Stack
    Applications
    Web/App Server
    Middleware
    Databases
    OS Environment
    Compute Resource
    Storage
    Networking
  • Applications
    Web/App Server
    Middleware
    Databases
    OS Environment
    Compute Resource
    Storage
    Networking
    IaaS - Infrastructure
    You pay for the infrastructure components which provide the raw computing/storage resources (normally in the form of Virtual Machines)
    CPU power
    Storage
    Network Connectivity
    You put your OS image and application on top
    Examples:
    Amazon EC2 (Elastic Computing Cloud)
    Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Services)
  • Amazon EC2 / S3
  • Amazon EC2 / S3
  • Local and Considerations
    More every day...
    Telstra, MelbourneIT
    Multiple locations
    Optus
    One datacentre today
    Macquarie Telecom
    Close to hosting
    What do you actually get?
    Service Level
    Availability, Performance, Recoverability
    Elasticity
    Are you paying for a service or rental of equipment?
    Cloud is service based $/machine, user, hours, etc.
  • WHY?
  • Applications
    Web/App Server
    Middleware
    Databases
    OS Environment
    Compute Resource
    Storage
    Networking
    PaaS - Platform
    You pay for the Platform software components where applications are built on top
    Web application environment
    Databases
    OS instances
    Middleware (e.g. messaging)
    You put your application on top or purchase some of the canned applications
    Examples:
    Google App Engine
    Microsoft Azure
    Force.com Platform
  • Salesforce.com - Force.com Platform
  • Local and Considerations
    Licencing
    No benefit as there is no leverage
    Bad boys will make this painful if you don’t take their service!
    Is data sovereignty an issue?
    e-mail is internet based anyway
    Talk of local Microsoft Azure & Fujitsu & Others
    Google/Amazon – AP presence not in Australia
    Myriad of offerings
    Cloud Washing of Managed Services
  • Applications
    Web/App Server
    Middleware
    Databases
    OS Environment
    Compute Resource
    Storage
    Networking
    SaaS - Software
    You pay for the application
    Similar to the ASP model in the old days …. SOA has pushed this concept further
    Examples:
    Salesforce.com
    SAP
    EMC Mozy (Backup as the service)
  • Mozy
  • Example of Australian Cloud e-mail Users
    AAPT –1,300 staff (Google Apps and Gmail)
    AMP -outsourcing partner CSC
    Australian Catholic University –17,000 students (Microsoft Live@edu)
    Coca-Cola Amatil-reputed to be following AMP's lead ...
    Curtin University –192,000 students & alumni (Microsoft Live@edu)
    Edith Cowan University –36,000 students (Microsoft Live@edu)
    Flinders University ((Microsoft Live@edu)
    Macquarie University –6,000 staff and 68,000 students (Google Gmail)
    Monash University –58,000 students (Google Gmail)
    Mortgage Choice (Google Gmail)
    Realestate.com.au Microsoft BPOS (via Telstra T-Suite) -750 users
    Sydney University –46,000 students (Microsoft Live@edu)
    TAFE SA –80,000 staff and students (Microsoft Live@edu)
    NSW Department of Education & Training –1.3 million students (Google Gmail + Telstra archiving)
    University of Adelaide –16,000 students (Google Gmail)
    University of Queensland –38,000 students (Microsoft Live@edu)
    University of Technology Sydney –students (Microsoft Live@edu
  • Local and Considerations
    Mainstream
    IT Utility: Security, Backup, DR, Archive, etc.
    Business Hygiene: E-mail, File Storage and Management
    Standard BPR: Financials, CRM, SFA, etc.
    Value not Cost!
    Hard in SMB to calculate the true cost of IT
    Soft and Opportunity costs
    Capability you could not otherwise afford
    Benefits realised today?
    Labour, Time to market, Equipment
  • Suggestions
    Evaluate in terms of desired business and financial outcomes, factor in business agility benefits
    For cost savings: look beyond capital equipment savings to software license optimisation and IT operational efficiencies
    Create a culture of service standardisation, what drives real business value?
    Be prepared to try different options to find best mix