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Ezhil, Director CSS Corp Labs presented the enterprise challenges in Cloud Adoption at the Cloud Asia 2012 event

Ezhil, Director CSS Corp Labs presented the enterprise challenges in Cloud Adoption at the Cloud Asia 2012 event

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  • Enterprise Challenges in Cloud Adoption Ezhil Arasan Babaraj Director R&D, CSS Corpwww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 1
  • About CSS Corp SAN JOSE Corporate Headquarters POLAND CHENNAI Delivery Center Global Delivery Headquarters Salt Lake City (UT) Pune Delivery Center Client Support PHILIPPINES Delivery Center DALLAS Sales, Client Support BANGALORE SINGAPORE & Delivery Delivery Center APAC HQ NEW YORK Coimbatore Sales & Client Support Delivery Center Australia Sales & Client Support BOSTONSales, Client Support & Delivery LONDON MAURITIUS Sales & Client Support Delivery Center• Operations in eight countries worldwide • 5500+ quality resources and growing• Seamless global delivery model with unified • 150+ Referenceable customer engagements processes, global security standards and built-in worldwide redundancy • Backed by Goldman Sachs, Sierra Ventures and• 13+ years of experience in delivering excellence SAIF Partners across serviceswww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 2
  • Agenda • What is Cloud Computing? • Myths about Cloud Computing • Enterprise Challenges • Cloud Strategy • Use Case • Best Practices • Recommendations • CSS Cloud • Referenceswww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 3
  • What is Cloud Computing? “Cloud Computing is a style of computing in which scalable and elastic IT-enabled capabilities are delivered as a service to external customers using Internet technologies”www.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 4
  • Cloud Characteristicswww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 5
  • Mythswww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 6
  • Challengeswww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 7
  • Enterprise Cloud Adoption Strategywww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 8
  • Segmentationwww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 9
  • Initial Stage of Cloud Adoptionwww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 10
  • Enterprise Cloudwww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 11
  • Case Study • A CRM for Support Business – Subscription Management – Ticketing System – Consumer Products Packager – Payment Gateway Support • Single Tenant – Single WEB, APP & DB • Built on .NET & SQL Serverwww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 12
  • Reference Architecturewww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 13
  • Best Practices • Multi Cloud Strategy • Know the SLA’s carefully • Understand Limitations • Always be stateless • Avoid tight coupling • Design for failurewww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 14
  • Recommendations • Unlearn and Learn • Start experimenting with the cloud • Cloudify your existing IT environment • Create a DR site on the public Cloud • Regular backups to Cloud Storage • Use Data escrow Serviceswww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 15
  • CSS – Cloudwww.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 16
  • References • http://css-cloud.com • http://labs.csscorp.com • http://www.ibm.com/cloud-computing/us/en/ • http://www.opencloudmanifesto.org/Cloud_Computing_Use_Cases_Whitepape • http://aws.amazon.com/solutions/case-studies/css-corp/ • http://cloudofinnovation.com/2011/07/01/big-data-and-hadoop-a-cloud-use-ca • http://ezhil.sys-con.com/ • http://megam.info/ • http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazure/www.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 17
  • Thank You! © CSS Corp – Copyright Notice: This presentation contains proprietary information of CSS Corp. No part of this presentation may be reproduced, stored, copied, or transmitted in any form or by means of electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise, without the express consent of CSS. This presentation is for a specific intended audience circulation only and not meant for external distribution. Information is classified into 4 levels: Confidential: This is specifically restricted to the Senior Management and specific professional advisers. Restricted: This is restricted to Senior Management (PA’s and assistants can also access subject to respective reporting head’s approval). Private: This covers all information assets that have value but which do not need to fall within either of the other categories. Public: This is information which can be released outside the Organization.www.css-cloud.com © CSS Corp | Confidential | www.csscorp.com 18