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  • Government Cloud Services International Experience Laurence Millar Cloud Week, Chisinau 14 February 2013
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  • SINGAPORE & THE ‘G-CLOUD’ - THE EARLY ADOPTER Current status of cloud deployment in your agency? Planning to move most applications to the 18% 15% cloud Pilot phase In discussion with consultants/vendors on best options 14% Exploring available 3rd party cloud 10% afferings before deciding Evaluating cloud technologies Waiting for direction from other ministry 6% No plans to deploy cloud based 15% applications 22% Source: Survey of 72 Singapore government officials, September 2010.5 5
  • SINGAPORE & THE ‘G-CLOUD’ THE PATH TO LOW COST GOVERNMENT What benefits do you look for in cloud computing? 70.0% 60.0% 50.0% 40.0% 30.0% 20.0% 10.0% 0.0% Cost (shifting Scalability (via Sharing of Agility (quick re- Security Execution (fast from CapEx to dynamic resources purposing) (centralising implementation) OpEx) provisioning) (resource resources vs pooling) multiple data centre sites) Source: Survey of 72 Singapore government officials, September 2010.6
  • INDIA & THE ‘G-CLOUD’ – THE SURPRISE CONTENDER What’s driving your move to the cloud? 10% Achieve greater Operational Efficiencies 18% Provide more Effective Operations 14% Achieve greater customer/stakeholder satisfaction Deliver Cost Savings 15% Demonstrate (evidence of) Improved Effectiveness 14% Improve response time to develop & deploy applications 10% Enhancing Information Security 7% 12% Ensuring interoperability Survey of 117 senior Indian government officials, October 2010. 77
  • ASIAN GOVERNMENTS & THE ‘G-CLOUD’ WHAT KIND OF CLOUD?What’s your cloud deployment strategy? What type of cloud services will you deploy? 10% 13% 10% 21% 14% 7% 10% 32% 28% 14% 32% 9% Planning to move most applications to the cloud PRIVATE: develop In-house clouds, on premise Pilot phase HYBRID: Outsource development & deployment of private clouds In discussion with consultants/vendors on best options PUBLIC: Implement existing 3rd party applications Exploring available 3rd party cloud afferings before deciding GOVERNMENT CLOUD: Leverage on government-wide cloud infastructure Evaluating cloud technologies Other Waiting for direction from other ministry No plans to deploy cloud based applications Source: Survey of 101 government officials from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, India, Thailand, The Philippines, September 2010. 88
  • ASIAN GOVERNMENTS & THE ‘G-CLOUD’ THE FAST FOLLOWERS What benefits do you look for in cloud computing? 70.0% 60.0% 50.0% 40.0% 30.0% 20.0% 10.0% 0.0% Scalability (via Sharing of Cost (shifting Security Sustainability Maintenance dynamic resources from CapEx to (centralising (e.g. going (e.g one provisioning) (resource OpEx) resources vs green) central pooling) multiple data application to centre sites) maintain) Source: Survey of 101 government officials from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, India, Thailand, The Philippines, September 2010. 99
  • The 5 Roles that Government can play 1- User 3- Broker 5- Regulator or Supervisor 2- Provider 4- StoreFront10
  • Singapore Cloud Strategy11
  • UK Cloud strategy12
  • UK G-CloudStore http://gcloud.civilservice.gov.uk/cloudstore/ http://buyers.procserveonline.com/CatalogueInfo/View13
  • US Cloud Strategy – decision process14
  • US cloud – apps.gov15
  • US GAO (Government Accountability Office) report in July 2012 Seven Common Challenges faced by agencies  Meeting Federal Security Requirements  Obtaining guidance  Acquiring knowledge and expertise  Certifying and accrediting vendors  Ensuring data portability and interoperability  Overcoming cultural barriers  Procuring services on a consumption (on- demand) basis.16
  • US GAO (Government Accountability Office) examples of Cloud applications • Audit Resolution Tracking • Grants Solutions • Business Intelligence • HR Performance Management • Collaboration Services • IT Power Management Services • Correspondence Tracking • LAN/WAN, Offsite Vaulting • Customer Relationship • Medwatch+ Management • Production Infrastructure • Development Test • Program Management • Document Management and • Project Server Correspondence Tracking • SharePoint • Electronic Library • Website Hosting • E-mail • Workplace • Employment Verification17
  • New Zealand IaaS SaaS  3 private sector  Procurement for providers Common Web Services  Onshore data centers Platform CWSP just completed – open  Hosting services source environment  Each provider has a  Priority areas under catalog of offerings development are Smart Desktop Services and Email as a Service 1818
  • Australia  Cloud Computing Strategy released for discussion in December 2012  Government Cloud will use DCaaS (Data center as a Service) Multi-user List for next 2 years  Some use of public cloud by government agencies  Long term solution involves certification of Cloud at 4 levels of assurance 1919
  • Government officials are already using the Cloud 2020
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