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The slides provide an overview on the Cloud Computing trend for HorizonWatching Community members. Summary information about the Cloud Computing trend is provided along with many links to additional ...

The slides provide an overview on the Cloud Computing trend for HorizonWatching Community members. Summary information about the Cloud Computing trend is provided along with many links to additional resources. The slides are meant to be read/studied and the links are there for you to continue your learning. You may want to view the slides in slideshow mode so you can easily follow the links.

Other HorizonWatching Trend Reports are available here on Slideshare. Follow my blog at www.billchamberlin.com for more information on emerging trends and technologies.

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  • Contact: Bill Chamberlin, HorizonWatching Community LeaderJanuary 17, 2013Cloud ComputingA 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report
  • HorizonWatching CommunityAbout This Trend Report  Purpose: The slides provide an overview on the Analytics trend for HorizonWatching Community members  Content: Summary information about the Analytics trend is provided along with many links to additional resources. The slides are meant to be read/studied and the links are there for you to continue your learning. You may want to view the slides in slideshow mode so you can easily follow the links  Other HorizonWatching Trend Reports: Are announced/discussed on the HorizonWatching blog and slide decks are posted on the Horizonwatching channel on Slideshare  HorizonWatching Community: For more on the HorizonWatching community please see the appendix Note: This presentation represents my thoughts and ideas….not those of my employer. - Bill Chamberlin, whchamb@gmail.com2 January 17, 2013 Cloud Computing: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • HorizonWatching CommunityCloud Computing: 2013 will bring continued growth in all types ofpublic, private and hybrid cloudsPrivate Video: Gartner Insight: The Present and the Future of the Cloud Platform Market “Survey results indicate that there is a clear, emerging preference for private versus public cloud, based on company size. Customers are turning to cloud for cost reduction, for the more efficient use of IT, and for the improvement of the business environment.” – IDC (link)Public “Worldwide spending on public IT cloud services will be more than $40 billion in 2013 and is expected to approach $100 billion in 2016” – IDC (link) “The total public cloud services market size in 2011 was $91.4 billion, and it will grow to $206.6 billion in 2016. As the market grows, IaaS will become a larger part of the overall market, while the market share of cloud management and security services will grow as well.” – Gartner (link)Hybrid “2013 is the year that companies need to implement a hybrid cloud strategy that puts select workloads in the public cloud and keeps others in-house.” – Computerworld (link)3 January 17, 2013 Cloud Computing: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • HorizonWatching CommunityImportant Trends for Cloud Computing in 20131. Growth: Growth continues across the board in public, private, and hybrid clouds as benefits are too good to pass up.2. Private Clouds: The hype is over. Expect deployments to increase significantly in 2013,3. Hybrid Clouds: Security and outages of public clouds drives demand.4. Public Clouds: Competitors wishing to compete against Amazon in IaaS market must differentiate their services somehow.5. Mobile Clouds: A whole new generation of cloud apps designed for mobile work force.6. Local Clouds: Some clouds need to be managed at the local level in country (e.g. Finance & HR).7. Cloud Integration and Management: IT shops will need help integrating and managing the growing number of Clouds used throughout the enterprise.8. Cloud Security: IT departments need to stay on top of this. Expect the market for Cloud Security Services to grow thanks in part to growth of BYO devices and apps.9. Demand for Skills: According to an IDC study, the demand for cloud computing will grow at six times the rate of IT skills overall.10. Impact on Role of CIO and IT Staff: CIOs need to secure, manage, and govern cloud services. Gartner sees a new role - Cloud Brokerage Services4 January 17, 2013 Cloud Computing: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • HorizonWatching CommunityCloud Computing – Trend OverviewCloud computing provides individuals and organizations with new options on how they acquire or deliver ITservices, with reduced emphasis on the constraints of traditional software and hardware licensing models.Drivers• Clouds offer cost savings and an attractive pay-as-you-go model• Clouds can enable the speed of delivery of new services and new capabilities• Hybrid cloud models allow organizations to move part of their data into the public cloud, while keepingother IT-resources on-site or in a private cloudChallenges• Customers continue to be concerned about the security risks of cloud computing. Many users don’t wanttheir data stored by a third party or where other users potentially have access to their data• Reliability of some public clouds.Implications• The demand for anytime, on-the-go accessibility will be a major force in shaping cloud computing• Expect to see continued development of delivery models (Iaas, PaaS, and Saas) as customers seek tobuild and deploy cloud applications• Startups, companies with complex supply chain operations and companies going through reorganizationsor business process transformations are good candidates for clouds• Large enterprises will need to plan how to migrate apps to the cloud• Mobile cloud services will experience large growth in 2013 “The global cloud computing market is expected to grow at an 30% CAGR reaching $270 billion in 2020.” – Market Research Media (link)5 January 17, 2013 Cloud Computing: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • HorizonWatching CommunityCloud Computing has moved beyond the hype. It is a highlydisruptive trend that brings with it new opportunities IBM Video: The Power of Cloud is Driving Business Model Innovation “The cloud will change IT as nothing before it has. It may end up removing the last vestiges of the captive IT organization that "owns" its enterprise as surely as the enterprise owns IT. CIOs are right to start addressing it now. They cant afford to be caught unaware by it, no matter how and when they choose to incorporate the cloud into the enterprise.” – Gartner (link)“One of the biggest advantages of the cloud is also one of the most overlooked: the ability toaccelerate innovation. By moving to the cloud model, you can scale back investment in non-differentiating IT infrastructure and instead focus on exploring big, new ideas that lead tobetter products, services and business results..” – Forbes (link)“The rapid growth of the cloud computing industry presents new business opportunities andopens doors for SMB’s, large corporations and all businesses in between. With rapid growthcomes a rapidly changing landscape in which early adopters are the ones to see the greatestbenefit.” – Wired (link)6 January 17, 2013 Cloud Computing: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • HorizonWatching CommunityCloud Computing – Selected Analyst Websites and Resources• ABI Research: Cloud “The personal cloud will gradually• Forrester: Cloud Research and Cloud replace the PC as the locationBlog Posts where individuals keep their personal content, access their• Frost & Sullivan: Search for Cloud services and personal preferencesComputing and center their digital lives. The• Gartner: Research and Blogs personal cloud shifts the focus from the client device to cloud-• IDC: Research and Blogs based services delivered across devices.” – Gartner (link) “Software as a service (SaaS) … will claim the largest share of public IT cloud services spending over the next five years. But other categories, notably basic storage and platform as a service, will show faster growth. Accelerating PaaS rollouts over the next 12-18 months will be critical to maintaining strong cloud momentum– IDC (link)7 January 17, 2013 Cloud Computing: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • HorizonWatching CommunityCloud Computing – Selected Media Websites & Resources• Businessweek: CEO Guide to Cloud How Stuff Works: Cloud ComputingComputing and Cloud Computing• CIO.com: Cloud Computing• ComputerWorld: Cloud Computing• Deloitte: Cloud Hits the Enterprise• Economist: Search for Cloud Computing• eWeek: Cloud• Forbes: Cloud Computing• Harvard Business Review: Cloud Computing• How Stuff Works: Cloud Computing• IDG Enterprise: Cloud• InformationWeek: Cloud Computing 35 Trend and Prediction Lists for Cloud Computing in 2013 - HorizonWatching• InfoWorld: Cloud portal and Blogs• Network Computing: Cloud Computing• Network World: Cloud Computing• NY Times: Cloud Computing• Wikipedia: Cloud Computing8 January 17, 2013 Cloud Computing: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • HorizonWatching CommunityCloud Computing – Selected Social Media Websites & Searches• Google Blog Search: Cloud Computing Tweets using Hashtag #Cloud• Technorati Blog Search: Blog poststagged Cloud Computing• Facebook Search: Cloud Computing• Google+ Communities Search: CloudComputing• LinkedIn Group Search: CloudComputing• Pinterest Search: Cloud Computing• Slideshare search: Cloud Computing• Twitter hashtag searches: #cloud and#cloudcomputing• Tumblr Search: Cloud Computing• YouTube: Cloud Computing Playlistsand Cloud Computing Channels• Wikipedia: Cloud Computing9 January 17, 2013 Cloud Computing: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • HorizonWatching Community Cloud Computing – Selected IBM Resources and Links ibm.com links • IBMSmartCloud: IBM’s cloud computing portal IBM Report: Exploring the • Private Cloud frontiers of cloud computing • Infrastructure as a Service • Platform as a Service • Software as a Service • Consulting Services • DeveloperWorks Cloud portal for developers • New to Cloud Computing? • Cloud Computing Workshops and Events • IBM Products and Solutions • Connect and Collaborate on Cloud Topic • Partnerworld Cloud Computing portal for Partners IBM Social Media Sites and Accounts • Thought Leadership Blog: Thoughts on Cloud • Twitter Page: IBMCloud • Twitter Hashtag: #ibmcloud and #smartcloud • Facebook Page: IBM Cloud For more IBM Resources and • YouTube: IBM Cloud Reports,see “Cloud Computing: • Google+ page: IBM Cloud Computing • LinkedIn Group: IBM Cloud Computing IBM Websites, Social Media, White • Developerworks Community: Connect to the Cloud Papers and Reports” Conversation10 January 17, 2013 Cloud Computing: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • HorizonWatching Community Cloud Computing – Other Selected Reports and Resources • Gartner Insight: The Present and the Future of the Cloud Platform Market, A video by Gartner, presentation by Yefim Natis, Vice President and Gartner Distinguished Analyst • Fast track to the future - The 2012 IBM Tech Trends Report, Research Report by The IBM Center for Applied Insights, published December 2012, 12 pages • Reviews of Future Trends for Cloud Computing, by Kulvinder Singh, Department of CSE, Vaish College of Engineering, Rohtak, Haryana, India, published November 2012, 4 pages • Welcome To The Future of Computing: Cloud Computing And Legal Issues, by G A Solanki, published in the International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research, October 2012, 5 pages • Exploring the frontiers of cloud computing, Insights from Platform-as-a-Service pioneers, an IBM Center for Applied Insights research report, published October 2012, 8 pages • A quantitative analysis of current security concerns and solutions for cloud computing, Published in the Journal of Cloud Computing, September 2012, 18 pages • Cloud Computing - 2012 Survey Results, by Deloitte Consulting, published September 2012, 12 pages • Cloud Computing Changes the Game, by Accenture, published August 2012, 20 pages • An Overview of Cloud Computing Technology, by Mythry Vuyyuru, Pulipati Annapurna, K.Ganapathi Babu, A.S.K Ratnam, published July 2012, 3 pages11 January 17, 2013 Cloud Computing: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License
  • HorizonWatching CommunityAppendix: About The HorizonWatching Community  Launched 2006: About HorizonWatching  Blog: Horizonwatching – Thought Leadership Blog  Tumblr Quote Blog = HorizonWatching  Twitter = HorizonWatching  Slideshare = HorizonWatching (an external version of this deck will be posted here)  Facebook = HorizonWatching  LinkedIn Community = HorizonWatching12 January 17, 2013 Cloud Computing: A 2013 HorizonWatching Trend Report © 2013 HorizonWatching Creative Commons Attribution License