20110616 Fujitsu A Practical Guide to the Cloud, Francis Magann

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20110616 Fujitsu A Practical Guide to the Cloud, Francis Magann

  1. 1. A ti l id t th Cl dA practical guide to the Cloud Francis Magann - Principle Customer Solutions Architect Adam Jackson Global Cloud Platform Product ManagerAdam Jackson - Global Cloud Platform Product Manager 16th June 2011
  2. 2. Cloud for Enterprises “Cloud computing is big, risky and has already changed your worldalready changed your world. You get on-demand movies from it, store your files in it, and you meet friends andyour files in it, and you meet friends and future partners (professional and personal) in it. Now, do you dare run your business in the cloud? The more pressing question is: Do you dare not?” Focus on Cloud Computing by Daryl Plummer, Gartner managing vice president 1 Plummer, Gartner managing vice president FT.Com 11th February 2011
  3. 3. A practical guide to the Cloud Demonstration of using the Cloud to run standardDemonstration of using the Cloud to run standard and custom business applications including CRM Francis Magann - Principle Customer Solutions Architect 16th June 201116th June 2011
  4. 4. Fujitsu at a Glance Headquarters: Tokyo Japan Established: 1935 Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan 70 country operations 175,000 employees Stock exchanges: Tokyo, R&D spend: US$ 2.6 billion Fujitsu Headquarters Tokyo, Japan London, Frankfurt, Zurich 33 Copyright 2009 FUJITSU LIMITED33 *Fujitsu Group (excluding FSC) consolidated figures for fiscal year ended March 31, 2009. US$ 1 = ¥98, ¥1 =€162.
  5. 5. Fujitsu Locally A strong, autonomous, local management ethos … Regina Moran, MD Fujitsu (Ireland) Local data centers IaaS platform Windows Azure Software as a Service Cloud consulting Cloud application migration & developmentCloud application migration & development Cloud application management Providing the assurance of local accountability and responsiveness Data Centre Fujitsu Labs 4 ...all backed up by our global organisation. Fujitsu Labs
  6. 6. Fujitsu & CRM The Relationship Based Enterprise, Ray McKenzie, Centre for Strategic Leadership, Jan 2001 Certified consultants, custom- developed tools and accelerators to implement: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Oracle / Siebel / PeopleSoft CRM Salesforce.com SAP CRM 5
  7. 7. Fujitsu SaaS & CRM 6
  8. 8. A practical guide to the Cloud Demonstration of using the Cloud to run standardDemonstration of using the Cloud to run standard and custom business applications including CRM Adam Jackson - Global Cloud Platform Product Manager 16th June 201116th June 2011
  9. 9. Different kinds of Clouds D i d f Private Cloud D i d f Public CloudCommunity CloudHybrid Cloud • Designed for single enterprise • Internal shared resources • Designed for general market • Open to all • Resources • Designed for members • Resources shared safely • Designed for members • Resources shared safely • Both public and private • Utilizes best capabilities from • Both public and private • Utilizes best capabilities from • IT organization sells services to rest of company • On-site or off-site shared safely among group of companies • Very little y among group members (individual, gov or businesses) y among group members (individual, gov or businesses) p public and private to meet business needs • Allows for p public and private to meet business needs • Allows forOn-site or off-site • Outsourced or Inhouse management C t i ti Very little customization businesses) • Customised for specific business need businesses) • Customised for specific business need • Allows for bursting to public cloud • Allows for bursting to public cloud • Customization allowed 8
  10. 10. The Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform •Self-service •You have full control •Secure and compliant •Pay for what you usePay for what you use •Elastic and scalable 9
  11. 11. Demonstration Using the Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform to run standard and custom business applications including CRMand custom business applications including CRM
  12. 12. Demonstration Contents Access and security User managementg Consolidated billing System design and managementSystem design and management Advanced features 11
  13. 13. Summary You have full control Pay for what you use Elastic and scalable Secure and compliant Deploy custom or standard applications such as CRM
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  15. 15. Thank You! Copyright 2011 FUJITSU UK&Ireland 14
  16. 16. More Information http://cloud.get-there-sooner.com/ http://globalcloud.uk.fujitsu.com/p g j http://www.fujitsu.com/uk/insight-opinion/offerings/cloud.html OrOr http://shrvl.com/YV46E Seeing through the cloud of Cloud ServicesSeeing through the cloud of Cloud Services Cloud: The hidden catches The Key to Migrating Applications to the CloudThe Key to Migrating Applications to the Cloud Turning Cloud services into a business reality 15
  17. 17. 16 COMMERCIAL IN CONFIDENCE

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