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Power to the People Users are no longer constrained by what technology allowed them to do; Technology now follows what users want to do
Moore's law describes an important trend in the history of computer hardware: that the number of transistors that can be inexpensively placed on an integrated circuit is increasing exponentially, doubling approximately every two years Are we on the verge of a Moore’s law definition for the Cloud Computing Landscape? Computing capacity today: Hundreds, even thousands of connected servers located across the globe and you don’t even have to own them or know where they are located. Mull it Over ! Do More with Moore !!
Agenda <ul><li>The Cloud Opportunity </li></ul><ul><li>Cloud Service Broker ? </li></ul><ul><li>Q & A </li></ul>
Increasing Adoption Trend The Narrowing Split Between On-premise and SaaS for New Software, 2010 - 2014 Source: Saugatech, 2010
Cloud Broker defined The future of cloud computing will be permeated with the notion of brokers negotiating relationships between providers of cloud services and the service customers. In this context, a broker might be software, appliances, platforms or suites of technologies that enhance the base services available through the cloud. Enhancement will include managing access to these services, providing greater security or even creating completely new services. “ “ - Gartner Research
A Unified Services Management control panel that provides rich administrative functions for IT to manage services and users in accordance with internal corporate governance and regulatory compliance requirements. The Ability to integrate with internal LDAP directories and databases, allowing IT to automate user/service authorization, provisioning, and SSO against enterprise directories or user databases. Automated billing feeds from external services, enabling IT to integrate external services usage with internal accounting systems to facilitate departmental charge-backs based on external services usage. Unified Services Management Dashboards to help IT centrally manage enterprise-wide volume-licensing and optimization of external SaaS and Cloud services. The Jamcracker Value Proposition
Typical Deployment Scenario - Enterprises JSDN Extended Enterprise Services Management Self Service Order Fulfillment SSO Identity & Policy Management User & Services Provisioning Catalogue Management Metering Billing Chargeback Settlement Reporting Auditing SLA Monitoring Help Desk Ticketing & Routing Services Management & Administration Salesforce Microsoft Exchange SunGard XaaS Blackberry Microsoft Sharepoint Skytap Cisco Google Microsoft BPOS Soasta Eucalyptus Webex Lotus Savvis vmware McAfee Kaseya Amazon EMC IaaS PaaS SaaS Public and Private Clouds Unified Aggregation, Delivery & Management of Cloud Services Region Corporate Division Department
Software vendors can co-create value by working closely with their customers and by responding to their individual needs they can become innovative: Demonstrating clear returns-on-investment (ROI) - not just in monetary terms but in tangible business results as well, speeding implementation, working with business units on R&D for new initiatives, building products which can leverage legacy assets. These are just a few of the ways in which a cloud vendor can become an innovation partner. CK Prahlad (August 8, 1941 – April 16, 2010) Innovate … Build Differentiation The competitive landscape is changing. I think the next generation of systems is one consumer co-created experience using the resources from multiple vendors. The nature of advantage, I believe fundamentally, is access to capital, raw materials, technology, and resilient processes and analytics. And new value creation and innovation depends on rethinking technical architecture of your firm. I believe information architecture and capabilities will become new strategic assets; therefore, IT matters."
Reduce CAPEX – Low/No Upfront costs for deployment. There are no expensive Datacenters that need to be set up and run Optimize Resources — Cloud computing improves infrastructure utilization rates and streamlines resource management. Eliminate over-provisioning —scaling on demand, removes the need to overprovision to meet possible futuristic demand or resource requirement spikes. Cloud computing makes it possible to scale capacities in an instant when the demand arises and release the capacity when the demand tapers… Key Benefits