Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Muhammad Ali Albakri The Cloud comes to Saudi Arabia Saudia keynote

938

Published on

Published in: Technology, Business, Travel
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
938
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
34
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. THE CLOUD COMES TO SAUDI ARABIA
  • 2. ‫الرحيم‬ ‫الرحمن‬ ‫هللا‬ ‫بسم‬
  • 3. Gartner Predictions • By 2017, 20% of computers will be learning rather than processing. • By 2020, one in three knowledge workers will be replaced by the enterprise-owned smart machines they trained. • By 2020, consumer data collected from wearable devices will drive 5% of sales from the global 1000. • By 2020, at least one consumer product manufacturer will be held liable by a national government for security vulnerabilities in its product. • By 2020, labor reduction effects will cause social unrest in mature economies. • By 2017, at least seven of the world's top 10 multichannel retailers will have deployed 3D printing technologies. © 2014 Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 4. Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2014 Future Disruption Derivative Impact Converging Forces Mobile Device Diversity & Management Mobile Apps & Applications The Internet of Everything Hybrid Cloud & IT as Service Broker Cloud/Client Architecture The Era of Personal Cloud Software Defined Anything Web Scale IT Smart Machines 3-D Printing © 2014 Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. The Nexus of Forces makes cloud more usable Today and tomorrow
  • 5. 40% 76% 34% 88% 31% 78% 38% 76% 38% 77% 35% 86% 27% 72% 41% 82% 43% 86% 40% 90% 43% 86% 47% 87% Today 12 Months Today 12 Months Today 12 Months Today 12 Months 500 to 999 1,000 to 2,499 2,499 to 4,999 5,000 or more SaaS PaaS IaaS Your Cloud Use is Growing, but by 2016, It Will Become the Bulk of New IT Spend 2012 2013 2012 2013 2012 2013 2012 2013 From Then to Now: Cloud Services in Use (by Organization Size) Source: Gartner, Future of IT Survey, November 2012 2016: A Defining Year for “Cloud” © 2014 Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 6. 50% 14% 13% 10% 12% Agility Cost Innovation Quality Other Main Reason "Potential benefits of cloud include cost savings and other capabilities, such as agility, innovation and time to market. It is often the latter that is the real impetus. These benefits are often less quantifiable, but are more and more commonly cited as the true drivers and value of cloud." — David Mitchell Smith, Gartner Fellow Payback 22Months Gulf 40% Public Cloud Is Being Deployed to Support Agility © 2014 Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 7. Cloud Transition to Reality • For most organizations, the dialogue around public cloud has transitioned relatively quickly from extreme skepticism — stemming from concerns about performance, reliability, control and risk — to a pragmatic discussion of what, when and how. • This change has been driven by supply-side improvements from cloud service providers, by an increasingly well-informed understanding by CIOs and their businesses, and by pressure to achieve Web-scale architecture, performance and agility (given cost constraints). © 2014 Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 8. The role of the Cloud in synergizing smart cities development and visa versa King Abdullah Economic City Sinnovate Initiative
  • 9. VISION To establish King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) as a great enabler of socio-economic development in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
  • 10. OUR KING’S LEADERSHIP VISION Vision “To establish King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) as a great enabler of socio-economic development in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia” National Priority “We really count a lot on this city, its recent and future projects to add remarkable value to our national economy by creating the best environment for attracting investments and localize the technology via cooperating with the leading organizations” King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud
  • 11. National Strategy - Knowledge Based Economy Vision was translated by Ministry of Economy and Planning (Royal Decree No. 546 dated 2/1/1434H) into clear goals and KPIs focusing on: • Talented, Innovative and Productive Human Wealth • Essential and Critical role of Information Technology and Communications to support Knowledge based Economy • Commitment, Involvement, Communication and Networking of Social, Economical and Institutional Ecosystems
  • 12. Smart Cities Require a Smart Approach to Technology • IT acts as the central nervous system in helping make a city smarter. Technology is the key enabler • IT powers the delivery of new and better public services, brings efficiency gains and cost reduction • Technology is very instrumental to achieving a lower carbon economy. • In addition, it can enable a range of socio-economic benefits such as e-health, e-education, e-government, etc. • M2M (Machine 2 Machine) is the technology that establishes intelligent communication between things providing online data gathering, remote control and process automation
  • 13. THE SINNOVATE INITIATIVE The creation of a transcendent IT future
  • 14. SINNOVATE VISION “To pioneer a challenging technology role from KAEC to provide world class cloud-based IT solutions & services by building strategic partnerships with major leaders in the industry and developing local resources and talent”
  • 15. SINNOVATE – Translating the vision • Saudia’s vision is to create World Class facilities to train and certify young Saudis for high-tech jobs • Create a SMART and SUSTAINABLE ecosystem which is FLEXIBLE and can be expanded and modified to meet future needs • Set the standard for future ICT developments by developing Cloud based services & products • Forward thinking design that anticipates the Kingdom’s needs not just for today but for the next 10 to 15 years • Create alluring work & live factors to attract the Saudi youths as well as world class business partners
  • 16. Sinnovate – The How 1. A state of the art IT Headquarter at KAEC business park with over 14,000 m2 2. Performance Optimized Tier-3+ Data Center to occupy more than 41,000 m2 to be the heart of the “Sinnovate Cloud” 3. Applied Technology Innovation Nucleolus to attract the Saudi youths graduating from local & international leading educational institutions 4. A State of the Art Joint Development Software Center to support local development of niche software solutions with world class software development organizations 5. A high-tech academy and applied knowledge transfer centers 6. Live & Work Environment through an attractive Home Ownership Program for Sinnovate Staffs
  • 17. Sinnovate Cloud Young Saudi talents Smart Technologies World Class Innovation Facilities SmartTechnologyHub
  • 18. A Multidimensional Approach Partner with World Leaders Technology Providers to: A. Learn from recent experiences in architecting new generation, high-performance, cloud-based cost-efficient Datacenters B. Create & maximize synergy by engaging providers with proven technologies, frameworks and value-added propositions C. Formulate a sustainable business model to equip, operate and evolve the underlying technologies in a financially sound approach 1
  • 19. A Multidimensional Approach Localize technical educations & training institutions to: A. Offer a top-class environment to train & certify young Saudi males and females in high-tech jobs B. Create the necessary R&D setup to test, learn and then apply cutting edge technologies for applied business solutions 2
  • 20. A Multidimensional Approach Best work & live environment: A. Offer complete new community live & work style that is planed for the future B. Offer affordable housing & amenities packages to suit multiple income levels C. Attract and retain top talented graduates to be trained, certified, work and build comfortable lives 3
  • 21. Strategic Partnership with Technology Giants
  • 22. The pursuit of SINNOVATE will: Facilitate further growth of KSA IT industry through joining forces with World Technology Leaders Create high-technical job opportunities for young Saudi males and females Transform KSA form a pure “IT consumption” model to applied IT innovation culture Offer ideal work & live environment Institutionalizing “green” IT to conserve & protect our environment Provide Cloud-based IT services and solutions suitable for region Create a sustainable, credible & effective model of knowledge-based economy SINNOVATE - business drivers
  • 23. IT Innovation Nucleolus Joint SW Development Center (Cloud Based) Colocation & Hosting with managed services IaaS, Saas & PaaS Call Center / Contact Center / Web Conferencing Office Suits Unified Communications Services BI Applications Enterprize Content Management Enterprize Resource Planning Customer Relationship Management Packaged Cloud-based Mobile services SINNOVATE SERVICES
  • 24. CURRENT PROGRESS
  • 25. Current Design Phase - Teaming Approach
  • 26. • Cloud Technology hub • World-class • Smart • Sustainable • Flexible • Modern • Modular • Iconic • Welcoming • “Ecosystem” • Set the KAEC standard SMART Smart building controls Solar tracking louvers Occupancy scheduling/monitoring End-to-end networking Dynamic FLEXIBLE Open offices Collaboration spaces Raised access flooring Global connectivity Modular and expandable GREEN Renewable resources Natural daylighting Xeriscape landscaping Life cycle analysis Highly efficient cooling COST EFFECTIVE Efficient operation Cost effective maintenance Lower operating cost Improved value to customers
  • 27. DATA CENTER Enterprise and Commercial INNOVATION CENTER JOINT DEVELOPMENT CENTER 2,200 square meters Enterprise and commercial DCs Modular and Modern Admin building NOC/SOC Security and BMS Dynamic cloud services 3,000 square meters Training classrooms Convention/meeting space Admin offices Building support spaces Consider expanding to include 600 people for Call Center nucleus 3,000 square meters Seminar spaces Joint partnership spaces Incubator spaces Building support spaces
  • 28. 11 WEEKS DURATION 11 WEEKS DURATION 13 WEEKS DURATION SiteandBuildingConceptApproved Project Phasing
  • 29. Task Name 2014 2015 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Saudia Design, Procurement, Construction, Commissioning and Handover Project Kick-Off Design / Early IT Work Permitting Procurement Phase 4: Construction, Commissioning & Handover Phase 5: Commissioning, Accept & Handover Possible Project Soft Completion Building Complete Phase 6: IT Migration Project Schedule
  • 30. Muhammad Ali Albakri Saudia CIO & CFO albakri@saudiairlines.com Welcome to

×