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Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born
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Architecting a Cloud-Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born

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Companies that have adopted one or more cloud platforms wrestle with different issues than those just beginning their journey. Can everything move to the public cloud? How do you build a cloud road …

Companies that have adopted one or more cloud platforms wrestle with different issues than those just beginning their journey. Can everything move to the public cloud? How do you build a cloud road map that includes mobile devices? How do you bring together your existing cloud applications from leaders like Google, salesforce.com, and Workday so 1+1+1=5, not 3? In this session led by Appirio, you'll learn from the journey of other cloud leaders.

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  • 1. Architecting a Cloud Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born<br />IT Professionals<br />Chris Barbin:CEO, Appirio<br />Eric Dirst:CIO, DeVry<br />Rick Gross: CFO, Merkle, Inc.<br />Steven Bunger: CEO, Mobile Mini<br />
  • 2. Objective Today: Learn from Cloud Leaders<br />The benefits of a business powered by the public cloud <br />Expectations and questions at different stages of cloud adoption<br />Skills and technologies for a cloud-powered business<br />Lessons from those transforming a business with the cloud<br />
  • 3. Chris Barbin<br />CEO, Appirio<br />
  • 4. Appirio: Helping Enterprises Accelerate Their Adoption of the Cloud<br />5000+ Companies…<br />…have turned to Appirio…<br />…to Adopt, Extend and Connect Cloud Platforms<br /><ul><li>200 services customers
  • 5. 5000+ product customers
  • 6. Triple-digit year over year growth
  • 7. Funded by Sequoia, GGV
  • 8. 100% focused on bringing leading cloud platforms to the enterprise</li></li></ul><li>Before Appirio: CIO of Borland<br />1000 people, 1000 servers<br />There had to be a better way<br />A first-hand view into the impact of cloud computing<br />
  • 9. Things Have Changed a Lot in the Past 4 Years<br />2006<br />Today<br />If<br />How<br />SaaS<br />Cloud<br />SMB<br />Enterprise<br />IT on Sidelines<br />IT Transformation<br />Edge of Business<br />Core of Business<br />
  • 10. Cloud Applications and Platforms Deliver Results for Business and IT<br />Source: 2010 Appirio State of the Public Cloud Survey<br />
  • 11. Cloud Adopters Plan to Rapidly Ramp Their Cloud Usage<br />Cloud Adopter Perspective<br />In 3 Years <br />55%<br />In 12 Months 38%<br />Today <br />25%<br />% Who Have Majority of IT in the Cloud<br />
  • 12. The Benefits Multiply at Each Stage of Cloud Adoption<br />Transform IT with multiple cloud platforms<br />Maximize the value ofcloud apps<br />Adopt cloud applications<br />Benefits<br />Single application business case<br />Some benefits from using multiple apps together <br />Multiplicative benefits or 1 + 1 + 1 = 5<br />
  • 13. Commitment to Public Cloud Platforms Required to Realize Full Potential<br />Private Cloud<br />Hybrid Cloud<br />Public Cloud<br />Virtual Machine<br />VM<br />Software<br />Software<br />Middleware<br />Middleware<br />Hardware<br />Hardware<br />+ Business agility<br />+ Rapid innovation<br />+ No data center costs<br />- Less mature technology<br />- Need new skills<br />+ Cost savings<br />+ Scalability<br />+ Existing skills<br />- Still supporting SW<br />+ Some cost savings and scalability<br />- Complex integration<br />- Need new skills<br />- Still supporting SW<br />
  • 14. A Cloud Powered Business Has Different Challenges<br />MobileAccess<br />75%<br />SaaS Silos<br />73%<br />On-Premise Integration<br />77%<br />Security<br />83%<br />Cross-Cloud Integration<br />76%<br />Manageability<br />81%<br />
  • 15. The End Game Changes the Questions You Should Ask At Each Stage<br />Transform IT with multiple cloud platforms<br />Maximize the value ofcloud apps<br />Adopt cloud applications<br />Single application business case<br />Multiple apps used together <br />Multiplicative benefits<br />
  • 16. Our Panel: Learning from Cloud Leaders<br />Rick Gross, CFO<br />Eric Dirst, CIO<br />Steven Bunger, CEO<br /><ul><li>Customer relationship marketing
  • 17. 1,000 employees
  • 18. Cloud strategy
  • 19. Sales cloud
  • 20. Technology and business education
  • 21. 4,800 employees
  • 22. Sales cloud
  • 23. Service cloud
  • 24. Custom cloud
  • 25. Portable storage solutions
  • 26. 2,100 employees
  • 27. Sales cloud
  • 28. Custom cloud</li></li></ul><li>Panel Discussion<br />How is your company using public cloud apps and platforms to shape your business today? <br />What results have you seen so far? What areas of your business has it impacted?<br />What was the initial business need that go you on your journey? Did you start out thinking you wanted to transform your business?<br />What were your primary challenges early on? How have those evolved along the way?<br />How do private or hybrid clouds play in your plan?<br />Have your needs changed in terms of who you partner with? <br />How are your team’s internal skills evolving in this journey? What kind of organizational change have you had to go through?<br />
  • 29. Architecting a Cloud Powered Business: Cloud Leaders Are Made, Not Born<br />
  • 30. How Could Dreamforce Be Better? Tell Us!<br />Log in to the Dreamforce app to submit<br />surveys for the sessions you attended<br />Use the Dreamforce Mobile app to submit surveys<br />OR<br />Every session survey you submit is a chance to win an iPod nano!<br />

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