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Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy
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Enterprise IT - between ugly and sexy

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CloudOps Summit 2013, Frankfurt, 25.09.2013 …

CloudOps Summit 2013, Frankfurt, 25.09.2013
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Ashok Krish, Tata Consultancy Services

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  • 1. Enterprise IT between By Krish Ashok, Head, Web 2.0 Innovation Labs, Tata Consultancy Services
  • 2. 2   My Google Footprint
  • 3. 3   My Unofficial Social Networks
  • 4. My Resume
  • 5. My Unofficial Thoughts
  • 6. My Photos
  • 7. My  Reading  List   My Reading List
  • 8. My Music
  • 9. 9 TCS CONFIDENTIAL 99   Krish Ashok Ruby on Rails Open Source iPhone Dev Collaboration Knowledge Mgmt Violin Innovation Guitar Cello Head, TCS Innovation Labs – Web 2.0
  • 10. Enterprise IT is mostly Ugly. Very Ugly.
  • 11. But, we can make it sexy. We call it the VIVACIOUS Enterprise!
  • 12. Embrace Social Networks
  • 13. The Social Intranet
  • 14. The Social Helpdesk
  • 15. Curate your identity
  • 16. Gamify Work
  • 17. Embrace Social Networks •  People > Transactions •  Knowledge does not want to be managed. It wants to be set free •  Reduce Email & Workflow •  Gamify processes & let the network persuade employees to do the right thing
  • 18. Embrace BYOD
  • 19. The Consumer Digital Experience
  • 20. Embrace BYOD •  Over 30K employees enrolled in BYOD •  4K employees on MDM •  HTML5/Responsive + Native •  Design constraints such as no local storage •  Android complexity •  Communication challenges
  • 21. Embrace Open Source
  • 22. We have got someone who still thinks he can do better than Open Source here
  • 23. Some examples •  Ansible automating server orchestration •  Capistrano automating code deployment •  Redis In-memory Key value store •  Memcached Hi-perf object caching •  Solr Cloud + Zookeeper HA Search •  Nginx super lightweight web server
  • 24. Embrace Cloud (As a Philosophy) This is not just about using the public cloud but running one’s own datacenter as a cloud operation. We now provision servers for apps in less than 24 hours (compared to the 6 weeks it would take to provision real hardware)
  • 25. Embrace DIY Combining 1, 2, 3 and 4, we are now in the early stages of opening up APIs of our applications to employees to build their own apps.
  • 26. ENGAGE Any questions?

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