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Practical Implementations of Cloud Computing within the Federal Market, by Cameron Chaboudy, Apptis

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Practical Implementations of Cloud Computing within the Federal Market, Practical Implementations of Cloud Computing within the Federal Market, Presentation Transcript

  • Practical Implementations of Cloud Computing in the Federal Government Cameron Chaboudy – Apptis March 11, 2009
  • Agenda
    • How the Federal Government can take advantage of cloud computing today
    • A Prediction of what the federal cloud computing landscape may look like in 2 – 5 years
  • Barriers to Leveraging Emergent Technologies
    • Culture
      • Risk adverse
      • Innovation is not rewarded
    • Old and inefficient work processes
    • Legacy Policies
    • Non industry trained technical staff
    • Approved solutions resemble existing solutions which excludes performance breakthroughs
    • No incentive to explore breakthrough solutions
    • Federal Procurement process
    • Lack of incentives for industry to provide out-of-the-box solutions because they are deemed to risky for the Federal Government
    IAC Returning Innovation to the Federal Government with Information Technology December 11, 2008
  • Even with the current barriers the Federal Government can and is taking advantage of cloud computing
  • Surge – aka CloudBursting
    • Utilized when the IT infrastructure is not adequate to support an increase in demand or volumes
    • Removes the need to acquire IT infrastructure that sits idle or is under utilized
    • Examples: Annual or scheduled enrollment applications, Scheduled/Unscheduled in-take of information
  • Public Dissemination of Information
    • Static information that is accessible by the public, visible today but housed within the IT boundaries of the enterprise
    • Examples: FAQs, agency relevant information that is sought by public
  • Development/Test Environment
    • Development Environments
      • Project Specific
      • Limited time use
      • Version control
      • Non production data
    • Test Environments
      • Availability
      • Stress and scale
      • Integration
      • Configuration Mgt
  • Web Services
    • Development of web services which utilize a standardized platform and have inherit elasticity
    • Web Portlets
    • Web Applets
    • Example: Calculators, Questionnaires, Non PII Qualification assessments
  • Planning for Disaster Recovery & Continuity of Ops
    • Evaluating alternatives to building infrastructure to meet DR and COOP requirements
    • Performing assessment of existing systems, application and architecture
  • Encrypted Storage
    • Storing encrypted data in a commercial cloud
  • Review of How Cloud Computing Can Be Used Today
    • Surge
    • Public Information
    • Test and Development Environments
    • Web Services
    • Planning Disaster Recover and Continuity of Ops
    • Encrypted Data storage
  • Looking Through the Crystal Ball
    • Let’s take a look at what the federal cloud computing landscape may look like in 2 – 5 years
  • Barriers to Leveraging Emergent Technologies
    • The landscape has changed
    • Policy is catching up
    • Procurement process have been updated
    • Focus on Innovation
    • Shift to Risk Management
    • There are still some barriers
    • Migrating legacy applications
    • Data Governance
    • Data Classification
  • The Triumph of Economics and Innovation
  • On-Line Collaboration
    • Department specific
    • Classification dependant
    • Business or Mission commonality
  • Vertical Clouds
    • Clouds designed to support commonality of BusinessMission requirements
      • Military
      • Healthcare
      • Law Enforcement
      • Intelligence gathering
  • Private Clouds
    • Cloud like environments developed for specific Department or Agency use
  • Commercial Federal Clouds
    • Commercial cloud providers have partitioned a section of the public cloud offering to be used only by the Federal Government
  • Disaster Recovery & Continuity of Ops
    • Disaster Recovery solutions utilizing Cloud Computing
    • Automated back-up of systems, applications or data into a Cloud Computing Storage Service
    • Full utilization of Hybrid cloud model to support COOP
  • Secure Storage
    • 3 rd party Storage Clouds that have been Federally accredited to store specific levels of data
  • Review of Looking Through the Crystal Ball
    • Online Collaboration
    • Vertical Cloud
    • Private Cloud
    • Commercial Federal Clouds
    • Disaster Recover and Continuity of Ops
    • Secure Storage
    06/08/09
  • Cameron Chaboudy Apptis Director, Advanced Emergent Services [email_address]