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Cloud presentatie bug 2011 v2

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Cloud computing forum discussion slides for Orange Benelux User Group 2011

Cloud computing forum discussion slides for Orange Benelux User Group 2011

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  • 1. Cloud Computingis the sky really the limit ?
  • 2. About me:• Frank de Jong• Sr. Solution Consultant @ Orange Business Services in Amsterdam• frank.dejong@orange-ftgroup.com• Twitter: frankatorange
  • 3. So what is cloud computing?
  • 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. So what is cloud computing?
  • 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. elastic
  • 8. pay per use
  • 9. shared
  • 10. customercontrolled
  • 11. ubiquitous access
  • 12. There isone single cloud
  • 13. Public Cloud• Shared with many customers• Highly standardised• (mainly) Internet based• Examples: Gmail, Google Apps, Office365, Salesforce.com
  • 14. Private Cloud• Shared infrastucture for one customer• Customisation possible• Connected via VPN• Examples: Orange Flexible4Business
  • 15. Private CloudMicrosoft Windows Azure Appliance
  • 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. Business VPN Galerie
  • 18. my company does/will not use cloud computing
  • 19. So, what shape is your cloud ?
  • 20. Software as a Service
  • 21. Infrastructure as a Service
  • 22. Platform as a Service• Development platform• Enables (rapid) development of custom SaaS solutions• Examples: force.com, Windows Azure, Amazon ECC, Google AppEngine
  • 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. You can seamlesslyintegrate public and private clouds
  • 25. the cloud will always save you money
  • 26. Drivers to move to cloud computing• Time to market for new services• Cost efficiencies• Availability• Scalability• “Green IT”
  • 27. all you need is a creditcard
  • 28. the cloud isfull of risks
  • 29. Security (why should you care)• Facebook dataleaking• BPOS dataleaking• ABN-AMRO• Authentication / Password leaking
  • 30. Compliancy• SoX compliance• Patriot Act• Safe Harbour
  • 31. cloud computing willdecrease your workload
  • 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. cloud computing is about technology
  • 34. Cloudbusting: how to make your cloud
  • 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. Cloudbusting: select a provider• Do the characteristics of the service match my business requirements? – SLA – Security – Support• Is my provider financially stable?
  • 37. Cloudbusting: closing remarks• Learn from early adaptors• Keep an eye on emerging standards• Get as much help as you can• Proceed pragmatically
  • 38. It is better to be downhere, wishing you wereup there, than up therewishing you were down here

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