Technology Transformation Maturity Model

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Technology Transformation Maturity Model

  1. 1. IT Transformation Maturity Curve:Aligning Technology to Business Evolution for Strategic Growth<br />Eliot Churchill Arnold<br />May 6, 2011<br />Copyright © Eliot C. Arnold, 2011<br />
  2. 2. TRANSFORMATION MATURITY CURVE <br />Business Transformation runs on a parallel path to Technology Transformation <br />Transform how Products and Services are delivered<br />Invest in New Technology<br />Motivate and Inspire the Workforce<br />Changing Working Practices<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />4<br />ADAPT<br />INVEST<br />ENABLE<br />INNOVATE<br />Copyright © Eliot C. Arnold, 2011<br />
  3. 3. TRANSFORMATION MATURITY MODEL<br />Understanding how Transformational Technology enables business transformation is critical<br />B. Invest in new technology<br />A. Change working practices<br />C. Motivate and Inspire Workforce<br />D. Innovate<br />The end user becomes more service-oriented. Scalability is baked into environment. Lifecycle refresh may drive XaaS<br />The productivity aspects of an end users business will continue to evolve. As transformation bleeds out from the infrastructure end users will want to enhance ways work is done<br />The end user begins to leverage the transformation roadmap by moving to X86 (FEC) products. Virtual infrastrucutre management and automation become core to the VI. Resource pools and private clouds crop up to enhance resource optimization. <br />The SPworks with end users to build a de-commissioning strategy to free up budgets. End users are also encourgaged to assess the viability of a Transformation Roadmap. <br />Cloud Workloads<br />ITaaS<br />Lifecycle Refresh<br />Social<br />Mobile<br />UXP<br />VIM<br />Converged <br />Private Cloud<br />RationalizationOptimization<br />Sustainability<br />ADAPT<br />INVEST<br />ENABLE<br />INNOVATE<br />Increase utilization of transformational technology while driving down cost and complexity<br />Copyright © Eliot C. Arnold, 2011<br />
  4. 4. MATURITYDIAGRAMS<br />TRANSFORMATIONMATURITY MODEL<br />Key IT Products and Services align to each phase of Transformation Maturity<br />ADAPT<br />INVEST<br />ENABLE<br />INNOVATE<br />Virtual Infrastructure Management<br />Fabric Enabled / Fabric Based<br />Rationalization<br />Optimization<br />Lifecycle Refresh<br />Cloud Enablement<br />1<br />2<br />4<br />3<br />Cloud Workloads<br />ITaaS<br />Sustainability<br />Social<br />Mobile<br />UXP<br />Copyright © Eliot C. Arnold, 2011<br />
  5. 5. TRANSFORMATIONMATURITY MODEL - ADAPT<br />RATIONALIZATION<br /><ul><li>De-commissioning Strategy
  6. 6. ITAM / ITAD
  7. 7. Transformation Roadmap</li></ul>OPTIMIZATION<br /><ul><li>Consolidation
  8. 8. Blade / Skinless Servers
  9. 9. Virtual Systems</li></ul>SUSTAINABILITY<br />Rationalization<br />Optimization<br /><ul><li>Power conversion and distribution, cooling, and lighting
  10. 10. Web tier efficiency
  11. 11. The Green Grid</li></ul>Sustainability<br />Copyright © Eliot C. Arnold, 2011<br />
  12. 12. TRANSFORMATION MATURITY CURVE - INVEST<br />FABRIC COMPUTING<br /><ul><li>X86 Products
  13. 13. Blades, Rack and/or skinless servers
  14. 14. Fabric Interconnect or Switched Backplane</li></ul>VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE MGMT (VIM)<br /><ul><li>Select, create maintain
  15. 15. Fabric resource pool mgmt
  16. 16. X86 systems managing non-X86 workloads</li></ul>CLOUD ENABLEMENT<br /><ul><li>Custom Private Cloud
  17. 17. Packaged Private Cloud
  18. 18. Implementing a Cloud Service
  19. 19. Manage the Implementation</li></ul>Cloud Enablement<br />VIM<br />Fabric Computing<br />Copyright © Eliot C. Arnold, 2011<br />
  20. 20. MATURITYDIAGRAM - MOTIVATE<br />SOCIAL<br /><ul><li>Social Networking
  21. 21. Web Tier
  22. 22. Collaboration
  23. 23. Video
  24. 24. Knowledge Management</li></ul>MOBILE<br /><ul><li>Prosumer Technologies
  25. 25. Delivery, management, support
  26. 26. Contextual awareness
  27. 27. Security</li></ul>USER EXPERIENCE PLATFORM (UXP) <br /><ul><li>Portals, mashups, mobile, social
  28. 28. SOA / BPM / Web / Cloud Platform</li></ul>Social<br />Mobile<br />UXP<br />Copyright © Eliot C. Arnold, 2011<br />
  29. 29. MATURITYDIAGRAM - INNOVATE<br />CLOUD WORKLOADS<br /><ul><li>Public Cloud
  30. 30. STaaS
  31. 31. APaaS
  32. 32. Service Orientation</li></ul>ITaaS<br /><ul><li>Utility computing
  33. 33. Managed Utility Model
  34. 34. Managed Services</li></ul>LIFECYCLE REFRESH<br /><ul><li>UNIX Servers
  35. 35. Wintel Servers
  36. 36. Mainframes
  37. 37. Routers / Switches</li></ul>Cloud Workloads<br />Lifecycle Refresh<br />ITaaS<br />Copyright © Eliot C. Arnold, 2011<br />
  38. 38. CONCLUSION<br /><ul><li>Globalization, competitive pressures and innovation drive business transformation. As firms move along this “transformation maturity continuum”, often times operational focus is the point of departure.
  39. 39. Aligning IT transformation strategy to key aspects of business transformation will keep technology procurement tied to the overall strategic objectives of the firm.</li></ul>Copyright © Eliot C. Arnold, 2011<br />

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