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Writers Summit 08 SaaS & Cloud computing Writers Summit 08 SaaS & Cloud computing Presentation Transcript

  • Writers Summit 2008 Howard Shao April 4, 2008
  • SaaS (Software as a Service) & Cloud Computing
    • Vision
    • True utility computing
    • Similar to electrical utility
      • Energy on demand
      • Built-in Security
      • High Availability
      • Disaster Recovery
    • Implications
    • Software Platform (SaaS)
    • Computing Infrastructure (Cloud Computing)
  • Unique Demands of ECM on SaaS
    • Content places greater demand on storage and network bandwidth
    • Intellectual assets protection often requires on-premise repository
    • Convergence of information require seamless integration of on-premise and off-premise software and services
    • Volume, size & value of content and archive demand tiered repositories
  • Expand SaaS infrastructure to support ECM
    • Enterprise SaaS supports all key configurations
      • Organization and business requirement adaptability
      • Repository on-premise and off-premise support
    • Classic Enterprise S/W
      • On-premise services and repository
    • Classic SaaS
      • Off-premise services and repository
    • Corporate Vault
      • Off-premise services, on-premise repository
    • Tiered Repository
      • On-premise services
      • Part of repository on-premise
      • Remainder off-premise
    • Repository Cloud
      • On-premise services, off-premise repository
  • Enterprise SaaS Characteristics
    • Generalized SaaS Platform vs. Customized SaaS Solutions
    • Multi-tenancy support at platform level
    • Unified authentication and authorization service
    • Unique transaction log ID
    • Optimized Support for Enterprise Content Management
    • Global resource & service ID
    • Persistent read/write cache and activities staging service
    • Transparent tenancy management
    • Global management, monitoring tools, including SLA
  • Extend Cloud Computing for ECM
    • IRM secured information
    • Content and context aware with SLO-driven repository network
    • Process/usage-based content movement and delivery
    • Instant replacement of sites and access points
    • Migration of service toward point of needs
    • Auto provision based on service level objectives
    • Virtualized demand driven Infrastructure
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