Cloud Computingis the sky really the limit ?
About me:• Frank de Jong• Sr. Solution Consultant @ Orange Business  Services in Amsterdam• frank.dejong@orange-ftgroup.co...
So what is cloud computing?
As a metaphor for the Internet, “the cloud” is a familiar cliché, but when      combined with“computing”, the meaning  get...
So what is cloud computing?
Definition (by NIST)    Cloud computing is a model for   enabling convenient, on-demand  network access to a shared pool o...
elastic
pay per  use
shared
customercontrolled
ubiquitous  access
There isone single cloud
Public Cloud•   Shared with many customers•   Highly standardised•   (mainly) Internet based•   Examples: Gmail, Google Ap...
Private Cloud•   Shared infrastucture for one customer•   Customisation possible•   Connected via VPN•   Examples: Orange ...
Private CloudMicrosoft Windows Azure Appliance
Hybrid Cloud• Ambigious term• Shared Infrastructure for a vertical  (healthcare) or:• Mix of private and public cloud• Lot...
Business VPN Galerie
my company does/will      not use  cloud computing
So, what shape is your        cloud ?
Software as a Service
Infrastructure as a Service
Platform as a Service• Development platform• Enables (rapid) development of custom SaaS  solutions• Examples: force.com, W...
XaaS•   Storage as a Service•   Database as a Service•   Security as a Service•   Backup as a Service•   Integration as a ...
You can seamlesslyintegrate public and   private clouds
the cloud will always save       you money
Drivers to move to cloud computing•   Time to market for new services•   Cost efficiencies•   Availability•   Scalability•...
all you need is a    creditcard
the cloud      isfull of risks
Security (why should you care)•   Facebook dataleaking•   BPOS dataleaking•   ABN-AMRO•   Authentication / Password leaking
Compliancy•   SoX compliance•   Patriot Act•   Safe Harbour
cloud computing willdecrease your workload
What will YOUR role be in the cloud?• Interface to the business• Specifier of functional and technical  requirements• Vend...
cloud computing is about       technology
Cloudbusting: how to make your cloud
Cloudbusting: ask yourself•   Which applications are ready for the cloud?•   Is my organisation ready for the cloud?•   Do...
Cloudbusting: select a provider• Do the characteristics of the service match my  business requirements?  – SLA  – Security...
Cloudbusting: closing remarks•   Learn from early adaptors•   Keep an eye on emerging standards•   Get as much help as you...
It is better to be downhere, wishing you wereup there, than up therewishing you were down          here
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  1. 1. Cloud Computingis the sky really the limit ?
  2. 2. About me:• Frank de Jong• Sr. Solution Consultant @ Orange Business Services in Amsterdam• frank.dejong@orange-ftgroup.com• Twitter: frankatorange
  3. 3. So what is cloud computing?
  4. 4. As a metaphor for the Internet, “the cloud” is a familiar cliché, but when combined with“computing”, the meaning gets bigger and fuzzier.
  5. 5. So what is cloud computing?
  6. 6. Definition (by NIST) Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool ofconfigurable computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.
  7. 7. elastic
  8. 8. pay per use
  9. 9. shared
  10. 10. customercontrolled
  11. 11. ubiquitous access
  12. 12. There isone single cloud
  13. 13. Public Cloud• Shared with many customers• Highly standardised• (mainly) Internet based• Examples: Gmail, Google Apps, Office365, Salesforce.com
  14. 14. Private Cloud• Shared infrastucture for one customer• Customisation possible• Connected via VPN• Examples: Orange Flexible4Business
  15. 15. Private CloudMicrosoft Windows Azure Appliance
  16. 16. Hybrid Cloud• Ambigious term• Shared Infrastructure for a vertical (healthcare) or:• Mix of private and public cloud• Lots of flavours of hybrid solutions available today
  17. 17. Business VPN Galerie
  18. 18. my company does/will not use cloud computing
  19. 19. So, what shape is your cloud ?
  20. 20. Software as a Service
  21. 21. Infrastructure as a Service
  22. 22. Platform as a Service• Development platform• Enables (rapid) development of custom SaaS solutions• Examples: force.com, Windows Azure, Amazon ECC, Google AppEngine
  23. 23. XaaS• Storage as a Service• Database as a Service• Security as a Service• Backup as a Service• Integration as a Service• Information as a Service• Everything as a Service
  24. 24. You can seamlesslyintegrate public and private clouds
  25. 25. the cloud will always save you money
  26. 26. Drivers to move to cloud computing• Time to market for new services• Cost efficiencies• Availability• Scalability• “Green IT”
  27. 27. all you need is a creditcard
  28. 28. the cloud isfull of risks
  29. 29. Security (why should you care)• Facebook dataleaking• BPOS dataleaking• ABN-AMRO• Authentication / Password leaking
  30. 30. Compliancy• SoX compliance• Patriot Act• Safe Harbour
  31. 31. cloud computing willdecrease your workload
  32. 32. What will YOUR role be in the cloud?• Interface to the business• Specifier of functional and technical requirements• Vendor Management – SLA – Contract – Financials
  33. 33. cloud computing is about technology
  34. 34. Cloudbusting: how to make your cloud
  35. 35. Cloudbusting: ask yourself• Which applications are ready for the cloud?• Is my organisation ready for the cloud?• Does it make sense financially?• How do I know it will work?
  36. 36. Cloudbusting: select a provider• Do the characteristics of the service match my business requirements? – SLA – Security – Support• Is my provider financially stable?
  37. 37. Cloudbusting: closing remarks• Learn from early adaptors• Keep an eye on emerging standards• Get as much help as you can• Proceed pragmatically
  38. 38. It is better to be downhere, wishing you wereup there, than up therewishing you were down here

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