Intergen Twilight Seminar: Constructive Disruption with Cloud Technologies

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Intergen Twilight Seminar: Constructive Disruption with Cloud Technologies



What is cloud computing and what does it mean for your business today? ...

What is cloud computing and what does it mean for your business today?

Microsoft New Zealand will share insights into cloud computing including:
• Beyond the hype - what really is cloud computing?
• The business case for cloud
• Showcases of what cloud computing is doing for New Zealand companies
• Economics of cloud computing and cost considerations
• Implementation tips and recommendations to get started
• Demonstration of Microsoft’s leading cloud productivity suite – Office365

Learn about Microsoft Office365 - a set of cloud-enabled tools that let you access your email, documents, contacts, and calendars from virtually anywhere, on almost any device. Office 365 brings together our best communication and collaboration tools including Microsoft Office, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Lync in an always-up-to-date cloud service, for a low flexible monthly subscription. And we’ll show you this works and how to assess whether or not cloud computing makes sense for your organisation and what it takes to get there.



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Intergen Twilight Seminar: Constructive Disruption with Cloud Technologies Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Paul BowkettMicrosoft New ZealandNovember 2012
  • 2. • General introduction to Cloud computing• Consumer cloud and datacentre• The power of live information and Increasing collaboration across your business• Available Cloud Services• Privacy and Trust• Do I or Do I not? Pros and Cons• Economics of Cloud Computing• Closing/summary/resources
  • 3. “By 2012, 80% of Fortune 1000 enterprises will be using some cloud computing services, 20% of businesses will own no IT assets.”“The bottom line: Early adopters are finding serious benefits, meaning that cloud computing is real and warrants your scrutiny as a new set of platforms for business applications.”
  • 4. • On-demand self-service• Broad network access• Resource pooling• Rapid elasticity• Measured service
  • 7. June
  • 8. Technology Economic Business Centralized High upfront compute & Optimized for costs for storage, thin efficiency due to hardware and clients high cost software PCs and servers Optimized Perpetual for distributed for agility license for OS compute, due to low and application storage, etc. cost software Order of Large DCs, Pay as you go, magnitude commodity HW, and only for better efficiencyscale-out, devices what you use and agility
  • 9. Public cloud › Made available to the general public or a large industry group and is owned by an organization selling cloud services.Private cloud › Operated solely for an organization. Managed by the organization or a third party on premise or off premiseCommunity cloud › Shared by several organizations. Managed by the organizations or a third party on premise or off premiseHybrid cloud › A composition of two or more clouds (private, community, or public)
  • 10. MICROSOFT SOFTWARE Broad spectrum of public, private, and hybridcloud solutions that address a wide range of customer needs
  • 11. NEW REDUCED INCREASED ECONOMICS MANAGEMENT PRODUCTIVITYPay for what you use No patching, maintenance Latest software for usersLower and predictable Faster deployment Internet collaborationcosts Robust multi-layered Anywhere accessShift from capex and opex security Instant self-provisioningAccelerate speed to value Reliability and fault- tolerance
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  • 14. • Email, Calendaring/Contacts, Task Mgmt, Desktop, mobile and web access,. Email archiving and compliance• Document Mgmt, Collaboration, Intranet, Blogs/Wikis, Forms, Surveys, project tracking and mgmt., search• Instant Messaging, Presence, Video and Voice conferencing, Online meetings, screen sharing, single click meeting creation and joinPlus• Office Webapps – Outlook, Word, Excel, Powerpoint• AntiSpam – Exchange• Ability to Subscribe to Office software & Lync for devices
  • 15. Instant messaging * Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability.
  • 16. * Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability.
  • 17. * Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability
  • 18. * Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability
  • 19. * Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability
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  • 23. Outlook Browser Mobile Marketing Sales Marketing Customer Marketing Sales Customer Extended CRM EffectivenesProductivityEffectiveness Productivity Care Effectivenes Applications Care s s Relationships • Interactions • Process • Insights xRM Framework
  • 24.  Better Mobility Experience Windows-To-Go
  • 25. ► >15 years in consumer and ► $2.3B+ in cloud infrastructure ► Federated operations business services centers 24x7 ► 200+ services, delivered 24x7► 9.9 billion messages a day via ► Highly secure, compliant Windows Live Messenger ► Geo-distributed data centers infrastructure► 1 petabyte+ per month of ► Rapid modular model ► FISMA certified, SAS 70/SSAE 16, updates via Windows Update ► 30,000+ engineers involved and ISO 27001 compliant► Windows Azure: used by in cloud-based activities ► Carbon footprint reduction customers in 41 countries ► 2,000+ people in cloud ► 99.9% uptime, financially► Office Web Apps: 50M users infrastructure engineering backed SLAs and operations
  • 26. Gartner lays out 7 security questions you shouldclarify with your Vendor• Privileged user access• Regulatory compliance• Data location• Data segregation• Recovery• Investigative support• Long-term viability
  • 27. Data is replicated in geo-redundant datacentersto protect against datacenter wide failuresBacked by a 99.9% financially backed ServiceLevel Agreement Datacenter Datacenter End user clients & devices
  • 28. Risk mitigation multi-dimensional approach tohelp safeguard services and privacy of dataCertified for ISO 27001, SAS 70 Type I, HIPPA,FISMA, EU Model Clauses
  • 29. Office 365 does not build advertising productsout of customer dataConsumer and corporate data is physicallyisolatedCustomers can remove their data whenever theychoose to
  • 30. Deep ExperienceSecure Development Lifecycle5 Layers of SecurityProactive MonitoringAccess Restriction
  • 32. How safe are my Will the cloud How can I justifyapps and data in the increase my moving to thecloud? regulatory risk? cloud?
  • 33. • Standard SLA. Look for uptime SLA (99.9%)• Choose the model that is fit for purpose: • On-premise, All cloud or a combination • One time, Parallel or incremental? • Private or Public or Hybrid Cloud?• Discuss the contract with your Legal representatives/solicitors, seek advice.• Remember to compare the risk you carry with data on premise. Sometimes, risks are similar but may lower your costs.
  • 34. Convert upfront capital expenses to lower Traditional IT operating costs IT capacity Consume the right amount of technology Under-capacity without overspending Over-capacity Scale up or down to meet business Time requirements Take on newopportunities that were Cloud previously cost prohibitive IT capacity Enable IT to develop new business-focused core competenciesRun IT more efficiently fora lower carbon footprint Time Capacity Load forecast Actual load
  • 35. “On and Off “ “Growing Fast“ Comput Inactivit y Compute e Period Average Average Usage Usage Time TimeOn and off workloads (e.g. batch job) Successful services needs to grow/scaleOver provisioned capacity is wasted Keeping up w/growth is big IT challengeTime to market can be cumbersome Complex lead time for deployment “Unpredictable “Predictable Bursting“ Bursting“ Comput Comput e e Average Usage Average Usage Time TimeUnexpected/unplanned peak in demand Services with micro seasonality trendsSudden spike impacts performance Peaks due to periodic increased demandCan’t over provision for extreme cases IT complexity and wasted capacity
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  • 38. - Contact Intergen to get a more detailed presentation on Office 365 to your organisation- Including a readiness assessment to migrate to the Cloud- Get a free trial of Office365 at nz/Solutions/Pages/Cloud.aspx