IT Solution as a Service, On-demand
 Consumption Model (Consumer’s view)
 Delivery Model (IT Manager’s View)
 An Archit...
2
• Distributed
• Commodity based (x86)
• Data consistency over speed
• No single point of failure
• Built-in redundancy &...
 SaaS/Hosted software
◦ SalesForce, Office 365, etc
 Provision H/W infrastructure instantly
◦ Amazon cloud servers, Amaz...
• Self-service
• On-demand resources
• Agility: Quick to provision
• Commoditized
• Inherent scale-out
architecture
• Buil...
SaaS, Storage & Big data!
◦ “SaaS” Solutions
 Salesforce, Office365, Netsuite, Taleo, etc
◦ “Storage” for exponentially g...
New data, New needs  New solutions!
 Hardware to software misalignment
 Birth of virtualization
 Massive data growth
...
7
1 Mainframe 2 Client - Server
3 Virtualization4 Cloud IT
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TechnologyTechnology Paradigm ShiftParadigm Shift
80’s 90’s
2...
 Public
◦ Shared, multi-tenant infrastructure
◦ Highly scalable
◦ Limited by security & compliance
 Private
◦ Deploy wit...
IT Spending by Sector -
Worldwide, 2009-2016
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 CAGR (%) 
                2011-2016
C...
• Govt IT spend will be
considerably lower over
next 5 years
• Cloud based IT and
services in Govt sector
will be inevitab...
 Aligning IT strategy & investment to industry trends
 Technology transformations at lightning speed. Stay with
it or ah...
 Cloud is “IT solution-as-a-service”, 10,000 foot view
 Cloud Tiers: IaaS, PaaS, SaaS
 Key impact areas: SaaS, Storage ...
Need a vendor neutral Cloud recommendation?
Need help with a POC?
From education to managed cloud, we can help!
Contact:
K...
 For IaaS
◦ #1. Amazon. $2B+ Market share
◦ #2. Rackspace. $200M+
◦ #3. Traditional service providers: ATT, Verizon, IBM,...
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  1. 1. IT Solution as a Service, On-demand  Consumption Model (Consumer’s view)  Delivery Model (IT Manager’s View)  An Architecture (Architect’s view)  Technology (Developer’s view) 1 The “Big Switch” by Nicolas Carr “… IT shall be consumed as utility”
  2. 2. 2 • Distributed • Commodity based (x86) • Data consistency over speed • No single point of failure • Built-in redundancy & coherency • Extension of virtualization • Standard internet protocol based • Web services based, world of API’s • Pre-built, common components • Large scale databases (ex:mongo) • More open-source, less proprietary • Self-service • Built to scale-”out”, not “up” • Massively scalable • Plug N’ Play • Multi-tenancy • On-demand • Self-service • Pay as you go/grow An Architecture A Technology A Delivery modelA Consumption model
  3. 3.  SaaS/Hosted software ◦ SalesForce, Office 365, etc  Provision H/W infrastructure instantly ◦ Amazon cloud servers, Amazon storage  Develop webapps on the fly ◦ Google App Engine, AppFog, CloudAnt, etc  Cloud-storage ◦ DropBox, Backup to cloud (eg: carbonite, mozy), etc 3
  4. 4. • Self-service • On-demand resources • Agility: Quick to provision • Commoditized • Inherent scale-out architecture • Built-in redundancy, coherency • Private, on-premise or public • Agility: Quick-to-develop • Built on top of IaaS • Legacy apps, new approach • Private cloud deployments with custom integration with home grown applications • Typically enabled in public cloud • High dependency on S/W vendor IaaS PaaS SaaS Hardware (eg: EC2, S3..) Hardware OS & Middleware (eg: Google Apps) Hardware OS & Middleware Apps (Eg: Salesforce, Sharepoint) 4
  5. 5. SaaS, Storage & Big data! ◦ “SaaS” Solutions  Salesforce, Office365, Netsuite, Taleo, etc ◦ “Storage” for exponentially growing data ◦ “Big Data” for Business Intelligence 5
  6. 6. New data, New needs  New solutions!  Hardware to software misalignment  Birth of virtualization  Massive data growth  Need for non-traversing file systems  Compliance, retention, regulatory  Business continuity (DR), Security, Inexpensive-long term storage  Changing business needs. Sense of “Now!”  Web 2.0 6
  7. 7. 7 1 Mainframe 2 Client - Server 3 Virtualization4 Cloud IT ? TechnologyTechnology Paradigm ShiftParadigm Shift 80’s 90’s 2000 ‘10
  8. 8.  Public ◦ Shared, multi-tenant infrastructure ◦ Highly scalable ◦ Limited by security & compliance  Private ◦ Deploy within your 4 walls. Or, buy & host on dedicated infrastructure ◦ Highly Secure & Compliant  Hybrid ◦ Pick & choose public and private ◦ Bridge them as one unified IT solution ◦ Choice of most organizations today ◦ Implementation challenges in real-world today 8
  9. 9. IT Spending by Sector - Worldwide, 2009-2016 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 CAGR (%)                  2011-2016 Computing Hardware                   Spending ($B) 335 375 404 421 457 496 553 592 7.9 Annual Growth (%) - 12 7.7 4.3 8.6 8.5 11.5 7  Software                   Spending ($B) 225 244 267 280 299 319 339 362 6.3 Annual Growth (%) - 8.4 9.2 5 6.8 6.6 6.4 6.5  IT Services                   Spending ($B) 769 793 845 856 886 920 956 995 3.3 Annual Growth (%) - 3.1 6.5 1.3 3.5 3.9 4 4.1  Telecom Equipment                   Spending ($B) 373 412 442 472 507 538 567 591 6 Annual Growth (%) - 10.4 7.2 6.9 7.4 6 5.5 4.1  Telecom Services                   Spending ($B) 1,535 1,603 1,704 1,721 1,767 1,815 1,861 1,898 2.2 Annual Growth (%) - 4.4 6.3 1 2.6 2.8 2.5 2  All IT                   Spending ($B) 3,238 3,427 3,661 3,751 3,916 4,088 4,277 4,437 3.9 Annual Growth (%) - 5.8 6.8 2.5 4.4 4.4 4.6 3.7  All IT (Excluding Telecom Services)                   Spending ($B) 1,703 1,824 1,957 2,029 2,150 2,273 2,416 2,539 5.3 Annual Growth (%) - 7.1 7.3 3.7 5.9 5.7 6.3 5.1  9 SOURCE: GARTNER Q1'12 IT SPENDING REPORT
  10. 10. • Govt IT spend will be considerably lower over next 5 years • Cloud based IT and services in Govt sector will be inevitable and mandated. Ex: • CloudFirst • FedRamp • Legacy IT apps will continue but cloud’izing them will be key 10SOURCE: GARTNER Q1'12 IT SPENDING REPORT
  11. 11.  Aligning IT strategy & investment to industry trends  Technology transformations at lightning speed. Stay with it or ahead of it!  Resource constraints. Do more with less challenges  Vendor lock-ins limiting organization’s growth  Paying too much for proprietary solutions as you grow 11
  12. 12.  Cloud is “IT solution-as-a-service”, 10,000 foot view  Cloud Tiers: IaaS, PaaS, SaaS  Key impact areas: SaaS, Storage & BigData  Cloud is not a myth, buzz or “one-size, fits-all” model!  Govt. spending on IT is predicted to slow down, be prepared So… Understand, Evaluate, Adapt & Adopt a right cloud strategy & roadmap for your organization! Thank you! 12
  13. 13. Need a vendor neutral Cloud recommendation? Need help with a POC? From education to managed cloud, we can help! Contact: Karthik Angamuthu www.TheCloudPoint.Com Karthik@TheCloudPoint.com 512-221.0780 13
  14. 14.  For IaaS ◦ #1. Amazon. $2B+ Market share ◦ #2. Rackspace. $200M+ ◦ #3. Traditional service providers: ATT, Verizon, IBM, etc  For SaaS ◦ Varies per category but Salesforce, Office365, Taleo, NetSuite are considerable players  For PaaS ◦ Google & AWS are leading by far. Significant number of start-ups emerging.  Opensource camps to know… ◦ OpenStack (Rackspace & NASA) ◦ CloudStack (Citrix) ◦ Eucalyptus ◦ VMWare Foundary (PaaS only) ◦ CloudEra (BigData) ◦ Apache Projects (BigData) ◦ Linux flavors (Ubuntu, RedHat, etc) ◦ … 14

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