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GTEC Keynote: Virtualizing & Mobility - Transforming the Way Governments Communicate

GTEC Keynote: Virtualizing & Mobility - Transforming the Way Governments Communicate

Keynote Speaker - Jim Davies, Global Chief Technology Officer, Mitel

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Virtualizing & Mobility - Transforming the way governments communicate - Mitel Virtualizing & Mobility - Transforming the way governments communicate - Mitel Presentation Transcript

  • Living In Interesting TimesJim DaviesChief Technology OfficerMitel
  • Context TDM VoIP Software We are ½ way through the major re-invention of business communications Large transition to SW Centricity – Product – Go to Market – Business Model Drivers to watch – Mobility – Virtualization – Software as Service
  • BUSINESS APPLICATION SOFTWARE ENTERPRISE, IDENTITY & SECURITY MANAGEMENT IT MANAGER Web Mitel Services Mobile ERP email CRM Gateway VDI Freedom Infrastructure VIRTUALIZATION ANY NETWORK, ANY INFRASTRUCTURE, ANY PLATFORMEND USER IN-OFFICE EXPERIENCE, ANYWHERE, ON ANY DEVICE
  • Virtualization Market Citrix Microsoft 4% 11% Data Center Virtualization is a mature market VMware Virtual Machine 84% - Growing strongly in med market segment Installed Base VMware is the clear virtualization leader - Successful diversifying UCC can be deployed as a 60 x86 Workloads Running in a VM pure SW application 40- UCC will follow the virtualization trend (vUCC) 20 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: Gartner 2009
  • The Power of the Platform Early Generation Focus Platform Focus Multiple Apps per Machine Infrastructure Abstraction Dynamic High vShield VMotion™ Resource Availability Zones Scheduling vNetwork Storage Distributed VMotion Switch Key Benefit = Consolidation Key Benefit = Dynamic, Flexible Infrastructure VIRTUAL TOOL SUPPORT KEY TO UNLOCKING IT VALUE PROPOSITION
  • Comprehensive Tool SupportVMware vSphere 4 Advanced Virtual Virtual Virtual Virtual VirtualManagement Capability MCD MAS MBG UCA CC/CAVMotion™ √ √ √ √ √Storage VMotion √ √ √ √ √High Availability (HA) √ √ √ √ √Fault Tolerance (FT)1 (roadmap) (roadmap) (roadmap) (roadmap) √Distributed Resource √ √ √ √ √SchedulerDistributed Power √ √ √ √ √ManagementvStorage APIs √ √ √ √ (roadmap)Site Recovery Manager2 √ √ √ √ √Virtual Appliance Deployment √ √ √ √ √(Import)Export Virtual Appliance √ √ √ √ √Shutdown Guest √ √ √ √ √Snapshot (Powered Off) √ (roadmap) √ √ √Cloning √ √ √ √ √Health Monitoring √ √ √ √ √
  • Virtualization Total Channel Partners Selling Mitel Virtual Solutions 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 US RoW
  • Desktop Virtualization Market($ Billions) 3 2 1 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 Source: Goldman Sachs Research Estimates, January 2011
  • Virtualization & Private Cloud Which vendors do you believe will be critical to making your private cloud computing architecture work? VMware 128 Cisco 80 Microsoft 72 HP 53 Citrix 36 IBM 36 Oracle 32 BMC Software 19 CA Technologies 10 Source: Gartner Datacenter Conference Live Audience Poll, Dec 2010
  • Virtualization & VMware Which vendors do you believe will be critical to making your private cloud computing architecture work? VMware 128 Cisco 80 Microsoft 72 HP 53 Citrix 36 IBM 36 Oracle 32 BMC Software 19 CA Technologies 10 Source: Gartner Datacenter Conference Live Audience Poll, Dec 2010
  • Virtualization likely to Span the Clouds Virtualization Private Cloud Public Cloud Web Hybrid Cloud Enterprise IT managers will select for common PC / Client-Server applications, tools and processes
  • Spanning the Clouds – Hybrid Solutions Management Directory Bus (Web Services) Mobile Vertical Forms App vMAS vMAS Collab UCC Bus Web email ERP NPM UCA Aps Server Social CRM email n/w Private Cloud Public Cloud Identity, Authentication & Policy (vCloud & Horizon) END USER IN-OFFICE EXPERIENCE, ANYWHERE, ON ANY DEVICE
  • Enabling New Business ModelsVirtual Service Provider Location 1 Location 2 Location n Network Infrastructure Public Network Private Network Data Centre Infrastructure Virtual Server Virtual Server Application Layer SaaS without Infrastructure
  • Self Serve Application Store Example Org App Store Corp ID’s Down load clients Public CloudCorp Services JimD@mitel.com Directory vMAS vMAS 613.592.2122 UCC Bus Web Collab email ERP NPM UCA Aps Server JimD@gmail.com 613.291.1788 Public/Private Cloud New Employee
  • Virtualization Take Away’s Data Centre Virtualization is well past the “tipping point”. – Very relevant to both medium and large organizations today – VMware is the defacto standard for the private cloud Virtualization is the driver for VDI and the cloud – Common tools and best practices – Hybrid cloud is the long term realty Key Enabler of new business models – Best of Breed / Segment leader – Virtual Service Provider
  • Ubiquitous Mobility Biggest single part of external IT spend Strongest personal bond of any technology >5 B mobile subscriptions worldwide Strong demographic link Changing the global macro economy Redefining the desktop Requires an optimized approach not “tick box” integration
  • Mobility Data Points Jan Jan Enterprise 3.5T 12.7T in 2014 2010 2011 iWorker interactions Number network connected 7B (4 of 5 are notGoogle® 9% 33% devices PCs) Nokia® 44% 31% Average number of devices 4 per iWorker Apple® 16% 16% 350K applications / iStore 10B loads (<5% RIM® 20% 14% business) Source: Androlib & IDC Data
  • What’s personal? What’s business?Device choice will increasingly be a personal one Business Both Personal Laptop Mobile Smart GPS Text Professional Accessing Google Phone Phone or IM Social Blogs Apps Networks Source: IDC Information Worker Custom Survey
  • Percent of Percent of Employees Using Those DevicesPersonally Acquired, Device for Paid forBusiness Deployed Business Activities Fully by Employee 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Laptop Mobile Smart Phones PC Phones iPhones GPS Camera Source: IDC Information Worker Custom Survey
  • Mobility – Take Away’s Mobile Devices / Applications will be driven by the consumer Increasingly device choice will be a personal one – BYOD Business requirements will be an overlay – Functionality, identity management, control Focus on leveraging this trend – Solutions optimized for mobile interaction – Avoid bespoke mobility solutions
  • Business Model Mash up SaaS CompaniesEnterprise IT VARsVoice VARs New Business Models System Enterprise SoftwareIntegrators Customer VARs s Multi- Service Vendors Providers Direct Wireless (Telco’s) Service Providers
  • Wrapping Up Virtualization and Mobility are the key drivers in broad IT market place The change to the industry will be profound – It will take time How to thrive in this time of change… Be wary of the status quo Bias toward heterogeneous solutions Targeted bets rather large scale replacement
  • IT has never been more relevant Innovation ranked the #1 issue by both business and government Top two drivers of Innovation – People – Collabouration IT is the engine of collabouration But people ? Flexible work arrangements Gen X & Y Baby boom retirement
  • Thank you The information conveyed in this presentation, including oral comments and written materials, is confidential and proprietary to Mitel® and is intended solely for Mitel employees and members of Mitel’s reseller channel. If you are not a Mitel employee or a Mitel authorized PARTNER, you are not the intended recipient of this information and are not invited to the conference, and cannot participate in or listen to and/or view the presentation. Please delete or return any related material. Mitel will enforce its rights to protect its confidential and proprietary information, and failure to comply with the foregoing may result in legal action against you or your company.