Irish Government Cloud Strategy Perspective

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Irish Government Cloud Strategy Perspective

  1. 1. The government has published a cloud computing strategy!!!
  2. 2. Do you know how it will impact you?
  3. 3. WARNING:If you already know the answeryou are one of the lucky ones
  4. 4. In Q3 2012 a the CIO Council published a Government Cloud Computing strategy
  5. 5. The strategy outlines the kinds of cloudservices that could be offered and how the government cloud might work?
  6. 6. Why am I talkingabout this?
  7. 7. I’m talking because they asked nicely
  8. 8. and I know what I want from a Government Cloud platform
  9. 9. But before we start let’s consider where we came from
  10. 10. Gartner 2008 2009 Cloud Computing Cloud Computing
  11. 11. Gartner 2010 PaaS Elasticity Cloud Computing Cloud Storage Cloud Service Integration Private Cloud Cloud Computing for Enterprise Cloud E-mail Hybrid Cloud DBMS Cloud Service Cloud BPM PlatformCloud Management Platforms Cloud Service brokerage Cloud Parallel Processing
  12. 12. Gartner 2011 PaaS Elasticity Cloud Computing Cloud Storage Public Cloud Computing Cloud Service Integration Private Cloud Cloud Computing for Enterprise Cloud E-mail Public Cloud Storage Hybrid Cloud SaaS DBMS Cloud Service Cloud BPM PlatformCloud Management Platforms Cloud Service brokerage Cloud Parallel Processing
  13. 13. Gartner 2012 PaaS Elasticity Cloud Storage Cloud Service Integration Private Cloud Cloud Computing Cloud Computing for Enterprise Public Cloud Computing Cloud E-mail Hybrid Cloud Public Cloud Storage SaaS DBMS Cloud Service Cloud BPM PlatformCloud Management Platforms Cloud Service brokerage Cloud Parallel Processing
  14. 14. Do you want to knowwhat’s in the strategy?
  15. 15. • use of private cloud will be limited to those that receive sanction• public cloud can be used subject to application of criteria• community cloud should be used where public cloud isn’t suitable
  16. 16. 3rd Party DC Dept. 1 3rd Party DCDept. 2 3rd Party DC Dept. 3
  17. 17. What do I want in the strategy?
  18. 18. €51.9Bn
  19. 19. €1.5Bn Correction from IPA Conference; I will update again when I find out the exact number€0.5Bn
  20. 20. Correction from€1Bn IPA Conference; I will update again when I find out the exact number€350M
  21. 21. UK March 2011 • communication & engagement • cloud store transactions £1M • procurement framework • data.gov.uk • targets to manage against • guidance & reference architectures
  22. 22. NZ April 2011 • communication & engagement • procurement framework • data site • targets • guidance & reference architectures
  23. 23. 1Pb of data
  24. 24. What is missing from the strategy?1. No mention of a cloud store2. No detail on readiness or assessment criteria3. No framework for assessment of public Vcommunity4. No indication on mechanics of service provisioning,service management, service ownership5. No mention of reference architectures6. No reference to management of data related issues
  25. 25. Cloud store is a critical piece to supportSME access to government customers?
  26. 26. Legal/Contractual relationships between parties is critical?
  27. 27. To help me know when I am readyAdopted from: Cullen, S., Seddon, P., and Wilcox, L.Managing Outsourcing, The Life Cycle Imperative.MIS Quarterly Executive, Mach 2005, pp.229-256 47
  28. 28. IT-CMF is based on five maturity levels to assess and optimizethe value of IT High • Value-centric IT management Optimizing • State-of-the-art practices and outcomes • Benefits from IT investments quantified and communicated Advanced • Practices and outcomes well above industry average Maturity • IT/business interaction formalized Intermediate for all critical capabilities • Transparent investment decisions • Delivering basic IT services Basic • Some IT/business interactions formalized • No formal processes Initial • Ad hoc management of IT Low IT-CMF offers a concise management roadmap to optimize business value from IT investment 48
  29. 29. Objective maturity assessment of IT management practices,identifying both gaps and potential over investments Example for CIO level assessment showing maturity gaps to industry average Managing IT Managing the Managing the for business Managing IT like a business IT budget IT capability value Risk of competitive 5 Risk of competitive disadvantage due to disadvantage due to over-investment? below-average maturity? Industry Average 4 3 Company’s current maturity level 2 1 ITG BPM BP SP DSM CFP RM AA ODP SRC IM SAI FF BGM PPP BOP EAM TIM PAM ICM RAM RDE SD SRP UTM UED PPM SUM CAM TCO BAR PM Two levels of assessment: “Executive level" across all Critical Capabilities; and deep dive assessment for each CC 49
  30. 30. • Nature of deployment • Application Design• Security • Architecture• Data privacy and protection • Business Continuity and Disaster• System availability Recovery• Network infrastructure • Commercial and Pricing Model/s• Flexibility • Data Location and Retrieval• Data storage and extraction • Legal and Regulatory (incl. data• Capacity Planning protection, governing laws, intellectual• Maturity and adoption property, termination)• Contingency planning • Performance and Conformance• Internal skill-sets and • Privacy governance • Reputation• Commercial considerations Security, Security Standards •• Cloud contracts Service Provision (incl. SLAs, • transitioning) • Staffing and Skills Requirements • Migration and Interoperability • Technology Standards,Value For Money
  31. 31. Digital Architect Gar Mac Críostat: @aspiringarce: gar.maccriosta@itarc.iew: www.iasaglobal.org

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