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The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
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The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise

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  • 1. The Cloud: Implications for the Enterprise
    Matt Deacon
    Chief Architectural Advisor, Emerging Technologies, Microsoft UK
    mattd@microsoft.com
    blogs.msdn.com/matt_deacon
    www.twitter.com/mattdeacon
  • 2. Why am I here?
    What’s cloud computing?
    What’s the industry trend, projections, opportunity and client value?
    What does this mean for organisations and how are we expecting them to change?
    What’s the next big Disruptive technology?
  • 3. What’s cloud computing?
    Implications of the cloud
  • 4. “It’s like the Industrial Revolution... It’s a Transition”
    Simon Wardley, CloudCamp London, July 09
  • 5. What’s the industry trend, projections, opportunity and client value?
    Implications of the cloud
  • 6. What are they doing?
    Progressive IT Organisations
    UKArchitectCouncil
    http://www.freeformdynamics.com/fullarticle.asp?aid=318
  • 7. What are they doing?
    Progressive IT Organisations
    UKArchitectCouncil
    http://www.freeformdynamics.com/fullarticle.asp?aid=318
  • 8. What are they doing?
    Progressive IT Organisations
    UKArchitectCouncil
    http://www.freeformdynamics.com/fullarticle.asp?aid=318
  • 9. What are they doing?
    Progressive IT Organisations
    UKArchitectCouncil
    http://www.freeformdynamics.com/fullarticle.asp?aid=318
  • 10. What are they doing?
    Progressive IT Organisations
    UKArchitectCouncil
    http://www.freeformdynamics.com/fullarticle.asp?aid=318
  • 11. Progressive IT Organisations
    What are they doing?
    Architecture as Strategy
    Integration as Strategy
    Service-orientation as means to an end
    Hybrid off-on premise models
    Multi-sourcing as Services
    IT viewed as a suite of Services
    UKArchitectCouncil
    http://www.freeformdynamics.com/fullarticle.asp?aid=318
  • 12. What does this mean for organisations and how are we expecting them to change?
    Implications of the cloud
  • 13. Convergence or Collision?
    Physics
    Internet
    Dynamic IT
    Boundary Erosion
    Eco-nomics
    Global-isation
    Sourcing
    SOA
    www.itasaservice.com
  • 14. IT Organisation of the Future
    Business Stakeholder Group
    • Board-level responsibility/ownership
    • 15. Capability Owners/sponsors
    • 16. Customers
    Commercial IP Department
    - IP & Data Protection
    Architecture & Design
    - Portfolio Management
    - Standards & Governance
    - Roadmap
    - Design Authority
    Service & Change Management
    Capability Delivery Team
    • Supplier/Service Selection
    • 23. Due diligence
  • Predictions for the future of IT
    1. IT will physically contract
    2. ITs boundaries will expand
    8. Architecture and Design will be the key technology related roles
    4. Commercials and Service management will be major IT functions
    IT
    5. But these can be sourced externally too.
    IT
    3. Services provided to the organisation will be at finer levels of specialisation
    BUT external broker providers will hide much of this
    6. Data is the key asset to be protected over process
    7. But this too could be hosted externally
  • 24. What’s the next big Disruptive technology?
    Implications of the cloud
  • 25. You're in it!!!!
    Well the answer is ...
  • 26. The nature of disruption
    Expected trajectory of performance offered by existing technology
    Performance
    Expected trajectory of performance improvement
    Performance improvement required by mainstream market
    Current performance by potential disruptive technology
    Time
    Joseph Bower & Clayton Christensen, HBR, 1995
  • 27. The Disruptive Generation
    “We’re not as many would say, in the information age, this is in fact the transitional period from industrial to information and this period has at least 20 more years to run. This period will be looked back on as one of those key transitions in human evolution whereby life will never be the same again.”
    John Zachman, circa 2005
  • 28.
    • 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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