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Is Cloud Computing an evolution or revolution? What does it mean for Not For Profit organisations? What are the advantages and disadvantages of moving to the cloud? What are the pitfalls to be ...

Is Cloud Computing an evolution or revolution? What does it mean for Not For Profit organisations? What are the advantages and disadvantages of moving to the cloud? What are the pitfalls to be avoided. Will Cloud Computing suit every NFP organisation? … Just what is Cloud Computing and what is all the fuss about anyway?

From a fundamental overview to developing a strategy, for either adopting the cloud or not, your presenter, Steve Cast, Founder and MD of AdvantageNFP will answer these questions, offering valuable insights, using “real life” client case studies from the NFP sector.

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Cloud Computing - Does Every Cloud Have a Silver Lining? Cloud Computing - Does Every Cloud Have a Silver Lining? Presentation Transcript

  • Cloud ComputingDoes Every Cloud Have a Silver Lining? 12th February 2012 14:30 F3 Steve Cast, MInstF
  • Polite Notice This presentation is Copyright © AdvantageNFPby Redbourn Business Systems Limited 2013 with all rights reserved. Please do not distribute thispresentation without first confirmingwith Steve.Cast@AdvantageNFP.com Thank You Cloud Computing Slide 2 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Please switch OFF your Phones Thank YouCloud Computing Slide 3 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • So? When? Where? Why? Who? How?What? Then? But? Cloud Computing Slide 4 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Question and Answer Session At The End Cloud Computing Slide 5 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • IntroductionSteve Cast, MInstFFounder and Managing Director ofRedbourn Business Systems Limited Formed in 1994, Redbourn Business Systems are the developers of AdvantageNFP Fundraiser, the integrated fundraising, membership and alumni database and AdvantageNFP Box Office, the integrated fundraising and box office system. Cloud Computing Slide 6 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • What is Cloud Computing? Created by Sam Johnston This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution- Share Alike 3.0 Unported licenseCloud Computing Slide 7 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • What is Cloud Computing?The use of computing resources(hardware and software) thatare delivered as a service overa network (typically the Internet).The name comes from the use ofa cloud-shaped symbol as anabstraction for the complexinfrastructure it contains in systemdiagrams. Source: WikipediaCloud Computing Slide 8 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • What is Cloud Computing?“A style of computingwhere scalable and elasticIT capabilitiesare provided as a service tomultiple customersusing Internet technologies” Source: GartnerCloud Computing Slide 9 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • What is Cloud Computing?The word Cloud is used as ametaphor for the Internet Cloud Computing = Internet ComputingCloud Computing Slide 10 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • What is Cloud Computing?There is no “One Cloud” Created by Sam Johnston This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution- Share Alike 3.0 Unported licenseCloud Computing Slide 11 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • The physical CloudCloud Computing Slide 12 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Origins of Cloud Computing 1950’s Mainframe Thin Client Desktop VPNEvolutionNot WANRevolution Internet CloudCloud Computing Slide 13 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing IaaS PaaS SaaS DaaSCloud Computing Slide 14 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing NaaS StaaS SECaaS DBaaS TEaaS APIaaS BaaS IDEaaS IPaaS Confusing eh?Cloud Computing Slide 15 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing IaaS PaaS SaaS DaaSCloud Computing Slide 16 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing Infrastructure as a Service• Machine/Hypervisors + Resources• Physical or Virtual• Often Image Based• Provided On Demand• Utility Billing (Consumption Cost)• Users Deploy OS and ApplicationsCloud Computing Slide 17 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing Infrastructure as a Service •Amazon EC2 •Windows Azure Virtual Machines •Google Compute Engine •and others …Cloud Computing Slide 18 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing IaaS PaaS SaaS DaaSCloud Computing Slide 19 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing Platform as a Service• Computing Platform• Physical or Virtual• Potential for Automatic Scaling• Utility Billing (Consumed)• OS, Database, Web Server and Development Environment ProvidedCloud Computing Slide 20 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing Platform as a Service •Amazon AWS Elastic Beanstalk •Windows Azure Compute •Force.com •Google App Engine •and others …Cloud Computing Slide 21 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing IaaS PaaS SaaS DaaSCloud Computing Slide 22 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing Software as a Service•Application Platform•Virtual Machines•Load Balancing•Monthly/Yearly per user Billing•Complete Application Provided and MaintainedCloud Computing Slide 23 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing Software as a Service •Amazon Web Services •Google Apps •Microsoft Office 365 •Salesforce •And others…Cloud Computing Slide 24 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing IaaS PaaS SaaS DaaSCloud Computing Slide 25 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing Desktop as a Service• Remote Desktop• Desktop and Device Separate• Thin Client/Mobile/Tablet• Monthly/Yearly per user Billing• Complete Application Provided and MaintainedCloud Computing Slide 26 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing Desktop as a Service •Citrix •Windows Terminal Server •VMWare View •AdvantageNFP •and others …Cloud Computing Slide 27 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing Which IaaS PaaS Is Best? SaaS DaaSCloud Computing Slide 28 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Types Of Cloud Computing Horses For CoursesCloud Computing Slide 29 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing AudienceSurvey IaaS PaaS Audience Survey SaaS DaaS Cloud Computing Slide 30 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Deployment Public Community Hybrid Private Cloud Computing Slide 31 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Deployment Public Community Hybrid Private Cloud Computing Slide 32 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Deployment Public Cloud • Publically Available • Free or Pay Per Use Model • Lower Costs • Service Providers’ Infrastructure • No Direct Connectivity • Examples include: Amazon, Microsoft and Google Cloud Computing Slide 33 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Deployment Public Community Hybrid Private Cloud Computing Slide 34 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Deployment Community Cloud • Shared Infrastructure • Managed Internally or Externally • Costs Spread, Multi Tennant • Increased Privacy but Increased Cost • Example: Security and Compliance and Audit Cloud Computing Slide 35 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Deployment Public Community Hybrid Private Cloud Computing Slide 36 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Deployment Hybrid Cloud • Contains >1 Private & >1 Public • Managed In House and Externally • Flexibility but with Fault Tolerance • Example: Public for Archive Data and Private for Active Data Cloud Computing Slide 37 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Deployment Public Community Hybrid Private Cloud Computing Slide 38 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Deployment Private Cloud •AKA Internal Cloud or Corporate Cloud •Single Organisation Cloud •Managed Internally •Increased Privacy but Increased Cost and Reduced Cloud Benefit •Example: Amazon Reserved Instances Cloud Computing Slide 39 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • So, What Is The Cloud? … All thisIaaS PaaS deployed as…SaaS DaaS Public Community Hybrid Private Cloud Computing Slide 40 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • So, What Is The Cloud? Or put another wayCloud Computing Slide 41 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • So, What Is The Cloud? And for CRM/Fundraising And Ticketing And many others…Cloud Computing Slide 42 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Why Use The Cloud? Key Reasons To Use the Cloud •Reliability •Scalability •Reduce Costs (Profitability)Cloud Computing Slide 43 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Why Use the Cloud? Pros Cons •Risk of •Customer failure low Service as service spread spread •Where’s wide my data?Cloud Computing Slide 44 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Why Use the Cloud? Pros Cons•On •Lock-In Demand Contracts Resourcing and Utility •Loss of Billing ControlCloud Computing Slide 45 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Why Use the Cloud? Pros Cons •Less On •No Premise IT Cost Internet = •No More No Work! “snow •Who Do days” You Call for Help?Cloud Computing Slide 46 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Why Use the Cloud? Pros Cons• Revenue or •Could cost Operational more over Expense, not time, usage a Capital Expense dependentCloud Computing Slide 47 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Why Use the Cloud? Pros Cons• Applications • Applications accessible accessible from any from any device, anyw device, anyw here in the here in the world world. Security?Cloud Computing Slide 48 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Tips for Using The CloudCloud Computing Slide 49 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Tips for Using The CloudCloud Computing Slide 50 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Choosing A Cloud ProviderCloud Computing Slide 51 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Choosing A Cloud Provider Experienced Professional Reliable ResponsiveCloud Computing Slide 52 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Choosing A Cloud Provider Q1. What’s the number of your helpdesk? Can we call them now? •Sure, they’re local, included in our costs and provided by a live person. Let’s call themCloud Computing Slide 53 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Choosing A Cloud Provider Q1. What’s the number of your helpdesk? Can we call them now? •Please refer to our FAQ page on our website, or email us for a two, err three, week response.Cloud Computing Slide 54 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Choosing A Cloud Provider Q2. How Many hours of scheduled maintenance downtime per month? •We’re up 99.9% of the time and we’re accountable to our SLACloud Computing Slide 55 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Choosing A Cloud Provider Q2. How Many hours of scheduled maintenance downtime per month? •Check our T’s & C’s for the details, hidden on page 13.Cloud Computing Slide 56 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Choosing A Cloud Provider Q3. I’m worried about “lock in”. Reassure me •We know we have to earn your business each month. We’ll always enable mobility of your data.The Fundraising Fantastic Four Slide 57 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Choosing A Cloud Provider Q3. I’m worried about “lock in”. Reassure me •“You can trust us”, but if things don’t work out then email the helpdeskCloud Computing Slide 58 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Choosing A Cloud Provider Q4. Where are your datacentres? •We have datacentres in the UKCloud Computing Slide 59 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Choosing A Cloud Provider Q4. Where are your datacentres? •We’re in the USA but will be in Europe in a year … or two … probablyCloud Computing Slide 60 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Choosing A Cloud Provider Q5. Should I move everything to the cloud? •No. Not all applications are suitable for the cloud. A hybrid solution might make sense. Let’s talk about your needs.Cloud Computing Slide 61 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Choosing A Cloud Provider Q5. Should I move everything to the cloud? •YES. It’s almost too late already. What are you waiting for, sign here and pay up front.Cloud Computing Slide 62 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Facts & Figures “At year-end 2016 more than 50% of Global 100 companies will have stored customer sensitive data in the cloud” Gartner, 2011Cloud Computing Slide 63 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Facts & Figures “At year-end 2016 at least 50% of enterprise email users will rely primarily on a browser, tablet or mobile client instead of a desktop” Gartner, 2011Cloud Computing Slide 64 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Facts & Figures 43% of European PC users have never heard of the Cloud, with 22% of the remainder having heard the term but do not understand it BSA, 2012Cloud Computing Slide 65 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Facts & Figures “First time Cloud adoption has grown 27 per cent in the last 18 months and the rate of growth is still accelerating” Cloud Industry Forum 2012Cloud Computing Slide 66 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Facts & Figures “89% of Cloud users prefer to keep their data in the UK” Cloud Industry ForumCloud Computing Slide 67 © AdvantageNFP 2012 by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Facts & Figures “Data security and privacy still rank as the number one concerns for end users” Cloud Industry Forum 2012Cloud Computing Slide 68 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud NFP Case Studies A business education charity founded in 2002. It supports the movement of more than 1,000 employers and 130 schools and colleges, to raise the aspirations of 16- to 19-year-olds. When the charity was set up, the employees were given very limited access to the buildings IT systems, which worked well at the time. Source: www.guardian.co.ukCloud Computing Slide 69 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud NFP Case Studies The organisation has grown considerably over the years and there are now several regional managers based around the UK. With the incumbent system, the regional workforce found it difficult to work productively. The solution was to move all IT systems to a hosted desktop solution. Now everyone can access the system and their emails remotely, the employees in London can work from home and IT is being used consistently with everyone using the same software versions.Cloud Computing Slide 70 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud NFP Case Studies "Since moving all our systems to a hosted desktop last year, the charity has become more efficient and productive. It has completely changed the way our organisation works" Yvonne Plows, Career AcademiesCloud Computing Slide 71 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud NFP Case Studies Over the years Sport Relief has created many special charity moments, like John Bishops week of hell, David Walliams epic swims and Helen Skeltons south pole challenge. Together translating into over £175m raised for UK charities since 2002. From a technology perspective, these huge one-off events present a real challenge. How do you create an IT infrastructure that is able to cope with such a massive volume of traffic in a short space of time? Source: www.guardian.co.ukCloud Computing Slide 72 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud NFP Case Studies Not only that, how do you do it cost effectively and, most importantly, making sure everyone who wants to make a donation is able to? Thankfully the answer to this challenge lies in cloud computing. Rather than having a room full of servers that go unused for over 300 days of the year, cloud computing offers the opportunity to scale-up capacity when you need it. This approach means that Sport Relief can scale up by a factor of around 400 times in the peak period. Source: www.guardian.co.ukCloud Computing Slide 73 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing ConclusionsCloud Computing is the subject ofhuge marketing hype, technicalanalysis and debate. It’s the “darling”of the media.Undoubtedly for some NFPorganisations there are economic andtechnical benefits to be gained byadopting cloud solutions. Cloud Computing Slide 74 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing ConclusionsNot all applications are suitable for thecloud, and there are plenty ofpotential obstacles, such as concernsover privacy and security.However, cloud is evolving and thenumber of UK organisations, includingNFPs, adopting cloud solutions isincreasing rapidly. Cloud Computing Slide 75 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Conclusions So, are you prepared to explore cloud computing too? Cloud Computing Slide 76 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Tips for Using The CloudCloud Computing Slide 77 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Tips for Using The CloudCloud Computing Slide 78 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Need More Help? Visit Stand 8 www.AdvantageNFP.com info@AdvantageNFP.comCloud Computing Slide 79 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud ComputingQuestion & Answer SessionCloud Computing Slide 80 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Please Give Us Your Feedback Email info@AdvantageNFP.com For a copy of this presentation please visit www.AdvantageNFP.com, leave us your business card,or visit us on Stand 8 today or tomorrow. #AdvantageNFP #CHASE2013 Cloud Computing Slide 81 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Thank you for your timeCloud Computing Slide 82 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited
  • Cloud Computing Need More Help? Visit Stand 8 www.AdvantageNFP.com info@AdvantageNFP.comCloud Computing Slide 83 © AdvantageNFP by Redbourn Business Systems Limited