INTEL CONFIDENTIAL5Cloud is shifting the focus….BMW: Pressure on IT to scale 1M to 10M carsStrategy : Move to public cloud within 7 yearsIndustry trend toward purely focusing on businessAnd away from traditional IT stackBayer: "We dont wantto be in the ITbusiness."
INTEL CONFIDENTIALGovernment-CloudDriver for InnovativeGovernment6
INTEL CONFIDENTIAL7Drivers and Challenges for theAdoption of Government-CloudCost ReductionServices ContinuityAgile Provision of Better Service for NationData Ownership, National SecurityThe value from Government-Cloud is a foundationfor national growth.
Government Cloud Case StudiesThe UnitedStatesThe UnitedKingdomMoldovaSingaporeAustraliaIrelandThailandIndiaTaiwanCounty for the case
INTEL CONFIDENTIAL• Improve Return on Investment• Close productivity gaps, in align with Cloud Strategy,supporting “Digital Government”• Increase communications with stakeholders9“Innovate with Less” -The U.S. Federal IT “Shared First” Services StrategyGoal• Increasing waste IT spending• Inefficient silo / duplication of systems• Undisclosed valuable data to citizens and industryProblem• Institutionalize a Shared-First Culture• Begin with Commodity IT• Identify Providers and Delivery ModelsStrategyCloud is a key enabler for efficiency and Digital Gov.Source: Federal Information Technology Shared Services Strategy (May 2012)PortfolioStat 2.0: Driving Better Management and Efficiency in Federal IT (Mar 2013)Identified $2.5 billionpotential savings2013-2015
INTEL CONFIDENTIAL• Rapid adoption of cloud to government• Ensured information security and privacyrequirements to cloud service providers• Quick and efficient security information sharing forrisk based decisions10“Do once, Use many times” Cloud Security ApproachFederal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP)Goal• Duplicative, inconsistent, time consuming, costly,and inefficient cloud security risk management• Little incentive to leverage existing Authorizations toOperate (ATOs) among agenciesProblem• Unified risk management approach• Uniform set of approved, minimum security controls• Consistent assessment processStrategyUnified security approach drives gov’t cloud adoptionSaves significantcost, time andresources, whileassuring securitySource:The Government Cloud Computing Initiative (GSA Expo 2012)
INTEL CONFIDENTIAL• Achieving economies of scale• Responsive to government policies & strategies• Leverage new technologies for faster benefits andreduce costs• Meet environment and sustainability targets• Dynamic and transparent cloud procurement11Goal• Increasingly costly infrastructure proliferation• Difficulty to modernise and fully exploit recent ICTdevelopmentsProblem• Commodity solutions• Public-Cloud First• Pay-as-you-go, scale up scale down and friction free• Assure and accredit once and then reuse• Easy in, Ease of Use, Easy Out by cloud marketplaceStrategyCloud enables gov’t response to policies with less costProjected CostReduction:£340mil, ’12-’15Source:Government Cloud Strategy (HM Government 2011)“Public Cloud First” - UK Cloud ProgrammeGovCloud CloudStoreDigital By DefaultPublic Cloud First
INTEL CONFIDENTIALFoundation for eGov 2015 – Singapore Cloud12• Provide a resilient and secure ICT sharedenvironment• Allow government agencies to procure computingresources on-demand, with greater ease andspeed12Goal• Keep Singapore competitive with world-class e-Gov• Enhance vibrancy and growth of ICT sector and itsecosystemChallenge• Leverage commercial public cloud to reduce cost• Use private government cloud where securityand governance requirements cannot be met bypublic clouds• Enable interoperability between Central Cloud andAgency Clouds through Gov.-Cloud standardsStrategyCloud is leveraged for competitiveness and economic growthAwarded No.1country in e-GovernmentRankings 2012Source:A New Paradigm in Cloud Computing (IDA Fact Sheet 2012)e-Government Rankings 2012, Waseda University InstituteStrategic Approach toCloud AdoptionCloud helps ICTindustry growth:by 11% from ’98to ’08
INTEL CONFIDENTIAL1313• Foster the use of ICT for purposes of enhancing theGovernment efficiency• Increase international competitiveness andimprove the standards of living13Goal• Inefficient public services, low utilization of IT inpublic services• Waste of citizens’ time to access public services,delay of offering the services• Inefficient IT resources within governmentProblem• World Bank support: $20m finance• Institution and CIO council for e-Transformation• Datacenter consolidation: Building new datacenter,reuse existing datacenter as disaster recovery• Open data initiativeStrategyDeveloping International Competitiveness using CloudStrategy builtand 20+ KPIsdefined tosucceedSource: Moldova Governance e-Transformation Strategy, Dona Scola, Deputy ICT Mini (2012)Moldova eGovernment CenterE-GovernmentCenter
INTEL CONFIDENTIAL30Summary• Countries, regardless of mature / emerging ones, havebeen utilizing Cloud as a key enabler to serviceimprovement to citizens, national growth strategy, andgaining competitiveness of their own.• Governments are moving forward to build Cloud as afoundation for realizing value-added services tocitizens / business in cost-efficient manner.• Furthermore, Government-Cloud is important in terms ofboosting economic growth and internationalcompetitiveness. Competitive Cloud solutions havepotential to create new industry for global market.• First step is to build a strategic roadmap for Cloud. AFramework like CT-CMF/IT-CMF, which is holistic andhas best practices on metrics, is useful to build thestrategy.30