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Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)
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Cloud Circle Forum (Cloud State Of Play)

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One of InTechnology’s Cloud experts, Stefan Haase, looks at the current status quo among end users and Cloud providers as well as the impact of Iaas & Saas on the cloud and its users. …

One of InTechnology’s Cloud experts, Stefan Haase, looks at the current status quo among end users and Cloud providers as well as the impact of Iaas & Saas on the cloud and its users. http://www.intechnology.co.uk/resource-centre/webcast-managed-cloud-services.aspx

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  • 1. CLOUD STATE OF PLAY ANALYSIS; STATUS QUO AMONG END USERS AND CLOUD PROVIDERS / STEFAN HAASE / PRODUCT DIRECTOR / DATA CLOUD SERVICES / THE CLOUD CIRCLE /
  • 2. CLOUD IN THE YEAR 2010 / Public offering
  • 3. CLOUD IN THE YEAR 2011 / Mixture of private & hybrid
  • 4. WHAT THE END USER SEES IN THE CLOUD /
  • 5. THE WINNERS ARE / Public Cloud Out of the box Easy to use / standard deployment But NO customisation Private / hybrid Cloud Tailored to requirements & flexible Data protected within territory SLA & 24/7 service support Customers & end users
  • 6. UPTAKE RATES / SaaS Very successful at consumer level Some success in certain industries IaaS Has seen higher adaption for B2B Next step into Cloud for organisations Clean lines of demarcation In-house IT to drive end users & Apps • Education • Media
  • 7. IaaS – SaaS CASE STUDY / Cloud based document management system Intra-business collaboration tool Innovative delivery – purely Cloud based Driven by customer requirements Highly available
  • 8. IaaS – SaaS CASE STUDY / Cloud based document management system Access from anywhere Protected across multiple data centres InTechnology = IaaS to NetDocuments NetDocuments = SaaS to end user clients
  • 9. GROWTH AREAS / IDC predicts that Cloud computing will be one of the fastest growing IT markets in 2011 Cloud computing services will grow by 30% vs. global IT spend increase of 6% in 2011 Companies will increasingly run IT services on private Cloud platforms in 2011
  • 10. GROWTH AREAS / Compound annual growth rate of 26% between 2011 - 2014 The UK Cloud computing market, including application provisioning, will rise in value from £5.8bn in 2010 to £10.4bn in 2014 Most of the spend going on the private Cloud
  • 11. DELIVERABLES vs EXPECTATIONS / Gap is closing Multi-tenancy is accepted Business critical apps are hosted in the Cloud Cloud business model is widely accepted Some concern among end users remain Security Latency Exit strategy
  • 12. MARKET CHANGES – USERS / Increased adoption Increased customisation Increased integration Changing access methods & choice offerings Increasing number of ISV’s move their offering into the Cloud
  • 13. MARKET CHANGES – SUPPLIERS / Energy efficient data centre builds Green data centres Reducing costs & risk Reducing carbon footprint Data centres as investment opportunities
  • 14. SUPPLIERS OF THE YEAR WILL BE / ISV’s who expand into the Cloud Service providers who offer • End-to-end solutions • Migration at customer pace • Customer driven customisation • Utility charging models
  • 15. SUMMARY / Cloud in the year 2011 Current winners – public vs. private SaaS vs IaaS uptake Growth area predictions Market changes • Users and suppliers
  • 16. STEFAN HAASE / PRODUCT DIRECTOR / DATA CLOUD SERVICES / THANK YOU /

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