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Internap’s Adam Weissmuller and Michael Carman of VMware discuss different paths businesses take toward cloud adoption, how to evolve your own cloud strategy and key considerations for choosing a pro

Internap’s Adam Weissmuller and Michael Carman of VMware discuss different paths businesses take toward cloud adoption, how to evolve your own cloud strategy and key considerations for choosing a pro

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  • 1. Developing Your Cloud StrategyMay 10, 2012Adam WeissmullerDirector, Managed Hosting and Cloud Services, InternapMichael CarmanBusiness Development, VMware
  • 2. Agenda Introductions Cloud definitions Latest cloud trends Developing your cloud strategy Key considerations when choosing an infrastructure provider2
  • 3. Our intelligent IT Infrastructure solutions can take your business to a higher level.3,700+ Enterprise Customers 500 Employees 2011 Revenue: $245M NASDAQ: INAP3
  • 4. End user to the Performance IT Vendor IT Vendor IT Vendor IT Vendor IT Vendor IT Vendor IT Vendor Platform Flexibility 44
  • 5. Performance to the End user Platform Flexibility IP Connectivity Colocation • Enterprise IP • Space, Power, Cooling • TCP Acceleration • Interconnection Content Delivery Network Hosting • Media Delivery, Transparent • Managed Hosting Caching, Mobile Delivery • Dedicated Hosting • Analytics Cloud • Private Cloud • Public Cloud • Cloud Storage We live and breathe a full range of intelligent IT Infrastructure services5
  • 6. Cloud DefinitionsIncreased Customization “SaaS” = Turnkey App Increased Agility “PaaS” = Code and Load “IaaS” = OSaaS/FSaaS “HWaaS” = Dedicated Hosting / Managed Hosting “DCaaS” = Colo6
  • 7. VMware is the Customer-proven Market Leader Company Overview • $2.9 billion in 2010 revenues • Over $3 billion in cash • ~9,000 employees worldwide • 5th largest infrastructure software company in the world Proven in the Trenches • 250,000+ VMware customers • 100% of Fortune 100 • 100% of Fortune Global 100 • 97% of Fortune Global 500 • Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant • 84% of all virtualized applications7
  • 8. Historic Dilemma: Over or Under Invest in IT Changing and Unpredictable Business Under Invest Demand in IT Over Invest in IT Missed business opportunity Write-offs for unused capacity Outages and major disruptions High IT costs Cloud is a new IT approach to achieve the right investment balance to quickly respond to changing business demands & efficiently manage to actual demand 8
  • 9. The Many Paths to Cloud Adoption Public Cloud Public Cloud Adoption Experimentation and Commitment Hybrid Cloud Mature Private Cloud Early Private Cloud Cloud Ready Cloud Interested9
  • 10. Cloud Adoption Top Driver is Business Agility 88% Rate Cloud Computing as Priority Over the Next 18 Months 10
  • 11. Enterprise Cloud Requirements Aligned with VMwareRecent global study among CIOs and top IT decision makersKey findings: Requirements for Enterprise Hybrid cloud are clear; (high performance, enterprise-level security and Quality Of Service, application portability) Business Agility is the top driver for cloud (75%) Highest deployments in private clouds today; ~ 20% (and growing) using hybrid cloud today 88% would use cloud more if they could achieve the same or better security as their internal datacenter 88% rate cloud computing as priority over the next 18 months Adoption is maturing quickly; 2/3 of respondents planning or adopting cloud today, 22% already in department and enterprise-wide deployments 95% agree that virtualization is critical to cloud 93% agree with VMware’s definition of cloud computing Base: 636 Total respondents; 234 US respondents; 202EMEA respondents; 200 APAC respondents Source: CIO Global Cloud Computing Adoption Survey January 2011 11
  • 12. Cloud Starting Points Which of the following best describes your organization’s starting point for cloud computing? 10% 25% Business case, • 43% Email strategy & plan • 40% Collaboration • 39% Human Resource Business apps Business transformation: large accessed by users as a org. impact, multi-million dollar service budgets, multiple phases IT services for isolated IT transformation: re-architect environments/projects, infrastructure services for cloud limited scope and budget computing 26% 39% • 69% Test & Dev Roadmap, service • 51% Pre-Production catalog, reference • 50% Quality Testing architecture Base: 271Total respondents; 110 US respondents; 82EMEA respondents; 79 APAC respondents currently using or piloting services or applications via the cloud Source: CIO Global Cloud Computing Adoption Survey January 2011 (For Internal Use Only) 12
  • 13. VMware vCloud Solution Agility with Reliable Performance • On-demand provisioning of virtual servers • Fast scale up at reasonable cost • Predictable, consistent SLAs Security • Secure & auditable cloud infrastructure • Secure apps and user access Application Portability • Compatible with existing workloads • Globally consistent service across providers13
  • 14. VMware vCloud Services Enhance Your Cloud Deployment Enterprise Hybrid Cloud Private Cloud Public Cloud Service Consumption vCloud Request Manager vCenter Chargeback vCloud Datacenter Portability Security & performance for enterprises Service Delivery vCloud Director Cross-Cloud Standards vCloud API vCloud Express Open Virtualization Format Rapid, credit card payment Security and Compliance for developers vShield Security Family vCenter Configuration Manager Cross-Cloud Management vCloud Connector vCloud Powered Resource Management Broad array of vSphere VMware-compatible clouds for any business need vCenter Management Family Internap is vCloud Powered14
  • 15. Internap Defines IaaS as a Continuum IaaS Private Cloud Public Cloud App App App App App App App App App App Instances Hypervisor Decreasing Cost, Increasing Capacity Increasing Control and Customization Cloud Storage15
  • 16. Questions to Consider When Selecting a Cloud Service Provider: What about How muchImportance to You performance security? to the end- How much user? What level of support is customization needed? do you need? 16
  • 17. Is Everything Moving to the Cloud? Enterprises tend to migrate their infrastructure toward Managed Private the cloud Hosting Cloud Colocation Dedicated Public Hosting Cloud Internet start-ups tend to migrate toward more Cloud is a means to an end, not an end in itself dedicated infrastructure17
  • 18. Questions?19