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David S. Linthicum David@bluemountainlabs.com Twitter: @DavidLinthicumAre you Ready for the Future of Cloud Computing?
Topics• The Big Picture• Where we are now with cloud computing.• Emerging cloud computing trends.• What the future holds for cloud computing.• Where to invest your time and money.• Q&A
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Datacenters Emerge1940 1950 Rise of Timesharing 1960 Distributed 1970 Computing Grids 1980 1990 Rise of the PC 2000 Rise of Client/Server Rise of the Web 2010 Rise of “The Cloud”
Hardware/Software/Infrastructure On-Demand2010 2012 IT On-Demand Rise of “Big Data” 2014 Rise ofRise of “IT In-a-Box”“Home 2016Clouds” Distributed Rise of Service Sharing “Commodity 2018 Data Services” The “Big 2020 Migration” Begins Rise of Shared Enterprise Business 2022 Services 2024
Reflecting on the Hype!• Gartner - Cloud computing revenue will soar faster than expected and will exceed $150 billion within five years.• Forrester - Cloud-Based Email Is Often Cheaper Than On-Premise Email• Vivek Kundra, CTO of Obama Government: “Growing adoption of cloud computing could improve data sharing and promote collaboration among federal, state and local governments.” E.g: fedbizopps.gov• Merrill Lynch: “By 2011 the volume of cloud computing market opportunity would amount to $160bn, including $95bn in business and productivity apps (email, office, CRM, etc.) and $65bn in online advertising.”• IDC: “Spending on IT cloud services will triple in the next 5 years, reaching $42 billion and capturing 25% of IT spending growth in 2012.” 8 Sources: http://www.infosysblogs.com/cloudcomputing/2009/08/the_cloud_computing_quotes.htm and http://www.mytestbox.com
• Moving from talking cloud to doing cloud.• Government entering the cloud computing game now.• Security continues to be a priority.• Little or no expertise in corporate and government IT.• Moving to IaaS and then PaaS.• Leading with private clouds, but public clouds are the destination.• Rise of “Big Data.”
NIST defines cloud computing as a set of characteristics, deliverymodels, and deployment models 5 Characteristics On-demand self-service Ubiquitous network access 3 Delivery Models Software as a Service (SaaS) Resource pooling Platform as a Service (PaaS) 4 Deployment Models Rapid elasticity Private Cloud Infrastructure as a Service Pay per use (IaaS) Community Cloud Public Cloud Hybrid Cloud
Delivery Models Morphing• Software as a Service (SaaS) – Applications as a Service – Utilities as a Service – Connected and Disconnected• Platform as a Service (PaaS) – Design as a Service – Process as a Service – Testing as a Service• Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) – Database as a Service – Management as a Service – Middleware as a Service – Integration as a Service – Information as a Service …and more.
Them: “Dave, let us tell you about ourcloud computing strategy.”Me: “Aren’t you a bakery?”Them: “Yes, but a bakery in the cloud.”
• Buzzword “cloud computing” is absorbed into computing.• Focus on fit and function, and not the hype.• Security moves to “centralized trust” models.• Centralized data becomes a key strategic advantage.• Mobile devices become more powerful, but thin.• The rise of the “composite cloud.”
• Focus on the reorganization and outplacement of data.• Focus on PaaS, and service companies that are good at PaaS.• Focus on centralized trust, including moving to identity management models.• SOA patterns and technology find new value in the cloud.• Continued focus on mobile computing.• Home clouds (e.g., iCloud) create a new track of application and appliance development.• Rise of the “cloud aggregator.”
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