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A pragmatic, real-world view on how to assess application and organizational Cloud readiness. This presentation outlines the key steps required to create a repeatable process roadmap customized for …

A pragmatic, real-world view on how to assess application and organizational Cloud readiness. This presentation outlines the key steps required to create a repeatable process roadmap customized for your organization.

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  • 1. Building a Repeatable Cloud Roadmap Julian Turner Shirland Whipple Global Enterprise Architect Practice Executive• www.DellintheClouds.com • www.dell.com/Cloud Global Marketing
  • 2. Sessions for the Cloud Expo “In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, in the expert’s mind there are few.” - Shunryu Suzuki 2 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 3. Agenda: Key Steps to Cloud 1 A Proven Roadmap 2 A Simplistic Process 3 Phase 1: Focus on the Business 4 Phase 2: Focus on the Application 5 Phase 3: Focus on Deployment 6 Questions? 3 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 4. A Proven, Repeatable Roadmap 4 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 5. Where the Rubber Hits the Road...Tools, processes, procedures, architectures, …. 5 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 6. 6 Need RealizedConfidential Business Alignment Prioritization Initiating Technical Requirements Options Analysis Planning Do this… …then this… Solution Selection Detailed Design Testing Executing Pilot Deployment Validation Production Deployment A Simplistic Process (PMP-ish View) Controlling Management Validation Acceptance …then finally this all as one step. ClosingGlobal Marketing Sign-off
  • 7. Phase 1: Focus on the Business Prioritization Business Alignment Need Realized7 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 8. Define the Stakeholders StakeholderLoB/BU Executives CEO CFO COO VP Sales VP Marketing Cloud is about VP Applications and Manufacturing transforming Business CIO Processes, NOT about IT DC Director DC Operations Infrastructure….. Procurement Support Legal HR 8 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 9. Agree to a Common Language 9 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 10. Define the Business Problem… …not the perceived Technical Problem. Technical problems are more obvious than business solutions. 10 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 11. Planning Phase 2: Focus on the Application Technical Requirements Solution Selection Options Analysis11 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 12. Select Representative Applications Internal Internal Internal WEB Servers Servers External web based static Internal web based static Storage content (non-secure) Storage content (non-secure) WEB Servers Security External web based static Servers Security Storage content (secure) Internal web based static Storage content (secure) WEB Servers Security External web based static Storage Database content w/DB (secure) Servers Internal application without database Internal DMZ WEB Servers Internal Internal Servers Security Internal application with Proxy External web based front database end to back-end database Storage Database Security Servers UNIX (non-Linux/non- Storage Database Windows) – No Cloud 12 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 13. Understand your Cloud choices… 13 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 14. ....But beware, marchitecture is still rampant... Public Cloud (SaaS) Larry Ellison, Oracle: “The interesting thing Public Cloud (PaaS) about cloud computing is that weve redefined cloud computing to Public Cloud (IaaS) include everything that we already do.” Hybrid Cloud Private Cloud (IaaS/PaaS) used for Production Marketed as “Cloud” but is not (re-badged SOA, dynamic DC, Hosting, Private Cloud etc.) (IaaS/PaaS) used for Dev/Test Order of Magnitude Guesstimate based on Total Dollars Spent on “Cloud” over the last 24 months 14 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 15. Understand the Risks Vendor Lock-in Reliability/SLAs Data Security Data Retention Integration 15 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 16. Define Constraints and Requirements PCI OpEx Vision HIPAA SLAs Vendor LockinSecurity CapEx Speed of DeploymentPerformance “More than one way to solve Multi-Tenedancy” SarbOx Data Elasticity Portability 16 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 17. Evaluate EACH AppAgainst Requirements Question Ranking Number IaaS PaaS SaaS Private Private (In-house) (Hosted) 1 9 9 10 10 9 2 10 10 -100 10 10 3 4 2 10 10 5 4 5 -1 10 10 8 Private Private 5 -100 -10 8 10 5 IaaS PaaS SaaS (In-house) (Hosted) 6 -10 -10 10 10 8 7 10 -100 10 10 10 Perfect Candidate 8 1 -100 10 9 5 9 10 10 7 10 10 10 10 10 4 10 7 Good Candidate 11 -1 -1 10 1 5 12 3 3 3 10 8 Fair Candidate 13 7 7 6 10 9 14 4 6 7 8 5 Poor Candidate 15 10 8 5 9 8 16 7 7 7 5 8 17 10 10 4 10 8 Not a Candidate 18 9 8 3 10 8 19 -10 -10 10 10 8 20 10 10 10 10 10 21 10 10 10 10 10 22 8 8 8 8 8Summary 1.95 -2.71 1.66 9.11 7.96Ranking 17 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 18. 18Confidential Phase 3: Focus on Deployment Detailed Design Testing Executing Pilot Deployment Validation Production Deployment Controlling Management Validation AcceptanceGlobal Marketing Closing Sign-off
  • 19. Pick a Framework, and stick with it 19 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 20. Standardize on an Architecture,not just a Platform 20 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 21. Do “something” How do you know that your Cloud solution is obsolete? The Cloud eco-system is changing incredibly fast. Focus on what business value you can get today, not promises about tomorrow. 21 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 22. Dell Global Services #1 for IT Service Support : & Support • 12.8M clients Customer • 1.4M servers & Satisfaction storage (TBR) systems Manage: #1 in Healthcare • 2.5M+ clients IT worldwide (Gartner) • 36 customer data centers • Dell Services presence globally 7 Outsourcing • 10K+ SaaS Excellence customers Dell IT saves $200M over two years through Awards • Manage over standardization, consolidation and automation. (Outsourcing 6.2M Reduces maintenance costs to <50% of IT spending Center/Forbes) SaaS seats 43,000 team members | 90 countries | 60 tech support centers | 7 global command centers 22 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 23. Thank YouVisit us at www.Dellintheclouds.com Global Marketing