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Max Ahrens' Cloudcamp Frankfurt 2009 'Different Clouds for Different Need'

Max Ahrens' Cloudcamp Frankfurt 2009 'Different Clouds for Different Need'

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  • Today I am gonna talk a little bit of the issues with heterogenous requirements that arose from our customer base.
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    • 1. Different Clouds for Different Needs
      Maximilian Ahrens
      VP Products Zimory
      Cloud Camp Frankfurt‘09
    • 2. It used to be simple – now it is getting complexDifferent use case have different requirements
      Consumer web applications
      Costs
      Performance
      Location
      Certifications
      Network
      ….
      Software testing
      Complex Simulation
      Integrated SOA services

      Lot’s of different clouds
    • 3. Cloud Computing – the anti-virtualizationVirtualization was about decoupling – Cloud computing re-couples
      Services
      Software
      Hardware
    • 4. The transformation speed issueCIOs need to work with the uncertainty
      Speed of change in strategic issues: average 6 month
      Strategy
      Complete change of implementations in infrastructure: about 10 years
      Technology
    • 5. Complexity – the ever evolving issue
    • 6. Being method-driven is keyMethods help to divide and conquer
    • 7. Maximilian Ahrens
      VP Products
      ahrens@zimory.com
      www.zimory.com
      www.zimory.com