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2011 has been a huge year for the Cloud. In the eBook, we wanted to cut straight to the core of everything Cloud, more specifically, everything relating to the Enterprise Cloud and the cascading impacts for businesses worldwide. So to get you the facts, we spent some time compiling surveys, data sets, case studies, white papers, and more to find some of the most compelling, up-to-date stats out there.

Here are a few of the topics we cover in this eBook:
- Running the Cloud
- Green Datacenter Trends
- Staffing the Cloud
- Enterprise Cloud Use Goals
- Current Approach to Cloud Computing
- Private Cloud Use
- Infrastructure Deployment
- Enterprise Hybrid/Private Cloud
- Gaps Between Expectations & Reality
- Future Strategy of Cloud Customers
- Monitoring the Cloud

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  • 1. #1100 Best Cloud & Data Stats of 2011 ...so far
  • 2. Table of Contents #1 Data created and stored in 2011 #35 Drivers for Cloud Adoption #69 Private Cloud Use #2 Data created and stored in 2011 #36 Drivers for Cloud Adoption #70 Infrastructure Deployment #3 Data created and stored in 2011 #37 Top 3 Motivations for Cloud Adoption #71 Server Deployment Preferences #4 Data created and stored in 2011 #38 Top 3 Motivations for Cloud Adoption #72 Infrastructure Deployment #5 Data is growing #39 Top 3 Motivations for Cloud Adoption #73 Enterprise Hybrid/Private Cloud #6 Data Growth By 2015… #40 Top 3 Motivations for Cloud Adoption #74 Straight from the CIO #7 Data Growth By 2015… #41 Top 3 Motivations for Cloud Adoption #75 Success of Enterprise Cloud Goals #8 Data Growth By 2015… #42 Top 3 Motivations for Cloud Adoption #76 Private IaaS Cloud Adoption by Industry #9 Datacenters Are Big #43 Top Factors influencing use of Cloud #77 Private PaaS Cloud Adoption by Industry #10 Datacenter Growth #44 Future Drivers for Cloud Adoption #78 Public IaaS Cloud Adoption by Industry #11 Running the Cloud #45 Enterprise Cloud Use Goals #79 Public PaaS Cloud Adoption by Industry #12 Running the Cloud #46 Inhibitors to Cloud Adoption #80 Public SaaS Cloud Adoption by Industry #13 Running the Cloud #47 Inhibitors to Cloud Adoption #81 Gaps Between Expectations & Reality #14 Running the Cloud #48 Security in the Cloud #82 Gaps Between Expectations & Reality #15 Greening of Datacenters #49 Server Virtualization Priorities #83 Gaps Between Expectations & Reality #16 Powering the Datacenter (US) #50 Cloud Computing Plans for 2011 #84 Gaps Between Expectations & Reality #17 Powering the Datacenter (US) #51 Most Popular Cloud Applications #85 Enterprise Virtualization Implementation #18 Green Datacenter Trends #52 Current Approach to Cloud Computing #86 Straight from the CIO #19 Datacenter & the Cloud #53 Use of Cloud Services #87 Management Tools #20 Backup Plan #54 Use of Cloud Services #88 Adoption Drivers in the Future #21 Staffing the Datacenter #55 Use of Cloud Services #89 Future Strategy of Cloud Customers #22 Staffing & Cloud Computing #56 Months Using Cloud #90 Cloud Revenue Projections #23 Staffing the Cloud #57 Canadians #91 Storage Virtualization #24 Staffing the Cloud #58 Enterprise Cloud Use #92 Cloud-based Storage #25 Staffing (and funding) the Cloud #59 Cloud Computing Service #93 Enterprise Cloud Use #26 Cost of Cloud #60 Cloud Implementation #94 Cloud Future Survey #27 Value Added or Cost Savings #61 No IT Roadmap #95 Cloud Future Survey #28 Value Added or Cost Savings #62 Backup Plan #96 Cloud Future Survey #29 Straight from the CIO #63 Top 3 Priorities for IT Decision Makers #97 Straight from the CIO #30 Straight from the CIO #64 Cloud Providers Used by Respondents #98 Straight from the CIO #31 The Price of Speed (or lack of) #65 How Vendors Use Cloud Services #99 Monitoring the Cloud #32 The Price of Speed (or lack of) #66 Shopping on the Sly #100 Monitoring the Cloud #33 Cost of a Datacenter Outage #67 Then & Now #34 5 year Budget Predictions #68 Strategy of Cloud Customers TodayBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 2
  • 3. #1 Data created and stored in 2011 World’s information is doubling every two years. Extracting Value from Chaos IDC Digital Universe study (sponsored by EMC Corporation) http://mashable.com/2011/06/28/data-infographic/BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 1
  • 4. #2 #1 Data created and stored in 2011 1.8 zettabytes to be created and replicated in 2011 New information being created in 2011 also includes replicated information such as shared documents or duplicated dvd’s Extracting Value from Chaos IDC Digital Universe study (sponsored by EMC Corporation) http://mashable.com/2011/06/28/data-infographic/BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 2
  • 5. #3 #1 Data created and stored in 2011 That 1.8 zettabytes of data would require 57.5 billion 32 GB iPads to store. About $34.4 trillion worth. That’s equivalent to the GDP of the United States, Japan, China, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and Italy combined. Extracting Value from Chaos IDC Digital Universe study (sponsored by EMC Corporation) http://mashable.com/2011/06/28/data-infographic/BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 3
  • 6. #4 #1 Data is Growing 48 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute http://mashable.com/2011/05/25/youtube-6-birthday/BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 4
  • 7. #5 #1 Data Growth By 2015… 966 Exabytes worldwide The average annual run rate of IP traffic by the end of 2015. Cisco Visual Networking Index Report http://blogs.cisco.com/sp/ip-traffic-to-quadruple-by-2015/#utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+CiscoBlogSp360ServicePro vider+%28Cisco+Blog+%C2%BB+SP360%3A+Service+Provider%29 6/1/11BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 5
  • 8. #6 #1 Data Growth By 2015… 24.8 Gigabytes Traffic generated by the average internet user per month. Cisco Visual Networking Index Report http://blogs.cisco.com/sp/ip-traffic-to-quadruple-by-2015/#utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+CiscoBlogSp360ServicePro vider+%28Cisco+Blog+%C2%BB+SP360%3A+Service+Provider%29 6/1/11BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 6
  • 9. #7 #1 Data created and stored in 2011 80.5 Exabytes (Or in smaller units, 28 million DVD’s per hour) Average global internet traffic per month. Cisco Visual Networking Index Report http://blogs.cisco.com/sp/ip-traffic-to-quadruple-by-2015/#utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+CiscoBlogSp360ServicePro vider+%28Cisco+Blog+%C2%BB+SP360%3A+Service+Provider%29 6/1/11BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 7
  • 10. #8 #1 Datacenters Are Big The world’s biggest datacenters occupy over 1 million square feet, big enough to house 17 football fields. http://www.readwriteweb.com/cloud/2011/05/powering-the-cloud-infographic.php Research for Infographic done by abb.com Posted 5/14/11BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 8
  • 11. #9 #1 Datacenter Growth Over the past three years nearly 74% of the data centers increased their physical server count. URL: http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/385766/data_center_double_duty/ Study: Conducted in March by AFCOM - http://www.afcom.com/communique/communique_1.html according to the AFCOM poll of 360 IT managers and other senior IT executives.BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 9
  • 12. ##1 10 Running the Cloud 5.75 million new servers are installed every year to keep up with growth in online services. http://www.readwriteweb.com/cloud/2011/05/powering-the-cloud-infographic.php Research for Infographic done by abb.com Posted 5/14/11BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 10
  • 13. #11 #1 Running the Cloud Cooling makes up around 30% of total energy usage in the average data center. This means that around $281 million dollars goes out of the window. http://www.readwriteweb.com/cloud/2011/05/powering-the-cloud-infographic.php Research for Infographic done by abb.com Posted 5/14/11BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 11
  • 14. #12 #1 Running the Cloud 1 Datacenter = energy used by 25,000 US houses http://www.readwriteweb.com/cloud/2011/05/powering-the-cloud-infographic.php Research for Infographic done by abb.com Posted 5/14/11tBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 12
  • 15. #13 #1 Running the Cloud Datacenters are responsible for about 2% of global carbon emissions today and use 80 million megawatt-hours of energy annually. Almost 1.5 times the amount of electricity used by the whole of New York City. http://www.readwriteweb.com/cloud/2011/05/powering-the-cloud-infographic.php Research for Infographic done by abb.com Posted 5/14/11tBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 13
  • 16. #14 #1 Greening of Datacenters In 2007, the EPA estimated that data centers were using 1.5% of America’s electric power And would be using 3% by 2011 if growth trends continued. http://newsroom.cisco.com/feature-content?type=webcontent&articleId=743604BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 14
  • 17. #15 #1 Powering the Datacenter (US) Datacenters represent 2% of the total energy consumption in the US. This number is often mis-understood. Stated properly, 2% of the US energy budges is spent on IT. Full breakdown of 2% of US power 14% Datacenters 37% Telecom 50% Client Device Breakdown of stats from European Data Center Summit 2011 http://perspectives.mvdirona.com/2011/05/25/2011EuropeanDataCenterSummit.aspxBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 15
  • 18. #16 #1 Powering the Datacenter (US) The net is that 14% of 2% (or 0.28%) of the US power budged in consumed in datacenters. Full breakdown of 0.28% energy consumption by datacenters: 41% Small 31% Medium 28% Large Breakdown of stats from European Data Center Summit 2011 http://perspectives.mvdirona.com/2011/05/25/2011EuropeanDataCenterSummit.aspxBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 16
  • 19. #17 #1 Green Datacenter Trends By 2015, global investment in energy efficient data center technologies will represent 28 percent of the $150 billion data center infrastructure market. From IT Business Edge: http://www.itbusinessedge.com/slideshows/show.aspx?c=89756 Research from Pike Research: http://www.pikeresearch.com/BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 17
  • 20. #18 #1 Datacenter & the Cloud A recent AFCOM survey indicated that 36.6% of all data centers have now implemented some form of cloud computing. URL: http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/385766/data_center_double_duty/ Study: Conducted in March by AFCOM - http://www.afcom.com/communique/communique_1.html http://www.afcom.com/Communique/communique_4.html according to the AFCOM poll of 360 IT managers and other senior IT executives.BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 18
  • 21. #19 #1 Backup Plan 15% of the data centers don’t have data backup and recovery plans 30% don’t have backup sites URL: http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/385766/data_center_double_duty/ Study: Conducted in March by AFCOM - http://www.afcom.com/communique/communique_1.html http://www.afcom.com/Communique/communique_4.html among current cloud users… according to the AFCOM poll of 360 IT managers and other senior IT executives.BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 19
  • 22. #20 #1 Staffing the Datacenter • 7% of the respondents said they 3 had reduced their data center staffs over the past three years • 9% said they kept their staffing 2 levels the same • he balance, nearly 35%, T increased staffing. URL: http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/385766/data_center_double_duty/ Study: Conducted in March by AFCOM - http://www.afcom.com/communique/communique_1.html according to the AFCOM poll of 360 IT managers and other senior IT executives.BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 20
  • 23. ##1 21 Staffing & Cloud Computing 74 percent of respondents indicated that cloud computing would either lead to an increase in hiring or have no impact. Only 26 percent of respondents expected any decrease in hiring based on cloud adoption. 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey 417 Survey respondents: 46% vendors, 54% non-vendors North Bridge www.futurecloudcomputing.net June 22, 2011 Quote source: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20110622006602/en/Future-Cloud-Computing-Survey-Reveals-Drivers-CloudBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 21
  • 24. ##1 22 Staffing the Cloud A slight majority of IT executives expect that a move to the cloud will simplify and even reduce the need for the IT operations function. At the same time, a small majority of executives believe the cloud will reduce the number of IT functional silos and foster greater cross-silo collaboration. Gatepoint Research and commissioned by ScienceLogic 100 IT Directors and above in mid-to-large enterprises in North America http://vsr.edgl.com/reseller-news/STUDY--IT-Operations-in-Flux-as-Cloud-Computing-Adoption-Increases74395.aspxBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 22
  • 25. ##1 23 Staffing the Cloud • 7% of respondents expect to 4 train existing IT operations staff for the loud rather than add staff • 1% expect to hire additional 3 cloud- trained staff • 22% are still unsure Gatepoint Research and commissioned by ScienceLogic 100 IT Directors and above in mid-to-large enterprises in North America http://vsr.edgl.com/reseller-news/STUDY--IT-Operations-in-Flux-as-Cloud-Computing-Adoption-Increases74395.aspxBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 23
  • 26. ##1 24 Staffing (and funding) the Cloud IT Directors (and above) also foresee IT operations costs (people and tools) decreasing slightly as services are moved to the cloud. Gatepoint Research and commissioned by ScienceLogic 100 IT Directors and above in mid-to-large enterprises in North America http://vsr.edgl.com/reseller-news/STUDY--IT-Operations-in-Flux-as-Cloud-Computing-Adoption-Increases74395.aspxBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 24
  • 27. ##1 25 Cost of Cloud The majority of respondents (55 percent) believe that cloud computing has a lower total cost of ownership (TCO). 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey 417 Survey respondents: 46% vendors, 54% non-vendors North Bridge www.futurecloudcomputing.net June 22, 2011 Quote source: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20110622006602/en/Future-Cloud-Computing-Survey-Reveals-Drivers-CloudBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 25
  • 28. ##1 26 Value Added or Cost Savings On average, cloud users report saving 21 percent annually on those applications moved to the cloud. URL: http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/385766/data_center_double_duty/ Study: Conducted in March by AFCOM - http://www.afcom.com/communique/communique_1.html http://www.afcom.com/Communique/communique_4.html among current cloud users… according to the AFCOM poll of 360 IT managers and other senior IT executives.BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 26
  • 29. ##1 27 Value Added or Cost Savings Among current cloud users, 84 percent said they cut application costs by moving to the cloud. URL: http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/385766/data_center_double_duty/ Study: Conducted in March by AFCOM - http://www.afcom.com/communique/communique_1.html http://www.afcom.com/Communique/communique_4.html “among current cloud users…” “according to the AFCOM poll of 360 IT managers and other senior IT executives.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 27
  • 30. ##1 28 Straight from the CIO Nearly one-half of executives surveyed (48%) report the cost of cloud services to their business units as a lump sum of all IT costs, while more than 20% do not provide any reporting back to their business units. Survey titled: IT Survey on Cloud Computing, Virtualization, and IT Financial Services Completed by Apptio and Worldwide Executive Council http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/New-Cloud-Survey-Concludes-Jury-Is-Still-Out-on-Cost-Benefits-of-the-Cloud-1409190.htm http://www.apptio.com/resource-center/survey/cloud-survey-2011.php 3/10/2011 Respondents: “100 US CIOs from firms representing a broad range of vertical industries, including financial services, communications, business services, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, technology, media, engineering/construction, aerospace, oil and gas, wholesale/distribution, utilities, government and entertainment.BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 28
  • 31. ##1 29 Straight from the CIO 90% report they are not charging end-users based on their private cloud consumption, representing a significant gap in financial transparency and accountability of IT service costs. Survey titled: IT Survey on Cloud Computing, Virtualization, and IT Financial Services Completed by Apptio and Worldwide Executive Council http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/New-Cloud-Survey-Concludes-Jury-Is-Still-Out-on-Cost-Benefits-of-the-Cloud-1409190.htm http://www.apptio.com/resource-center/survey/cloud-survey-2011.php 3/10/2011 Respondents: “100 US CIOs from firms representing a broad range of vertical industries, including financial services, communications, business services, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, technology, media, engineering/construction, aerospace, oil and gas, wholesale/distribution, utilities, government and entertainment.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 29
  • 32. #30 #1 The Price of Speed (or lack of) The Average Bounce Rate is 40% Site Speed and Business Metrics [Infographic] http://blog.yottaa.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Site-Speed-Performance-Business-Impact-Infographic-Yottaa.png Created by Yottaa.com Sourced from “Greg Linden’s Blog, Steve Sounder’s Blog, Stoyan Stefanov’s Blog, Seriti Consulting, Internetworld.com, mobiThinking.com, InternetRetailer.com, Clickz.com, Google.com, Yottaa.com, analyticsseo.com, Wikipedia.org”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 30
  • 33. ##1 31 The Price of Speed (or lack of) A delay of 1 second in page load time equals: 7% Loss in Conversions 11% Fewer Pages Viewed 6% Decrease in Customer 1 Satisfaction Site Speed and Business Metrics [Infographic] http://blog.yottaa.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Site-Speed-Performance-Business-Impact-Infographic-Yottaa.png Created by Yottaa.com Sourced from “Greg Linden’s Blog, Steve Sounder’s Blog, Stoyan Stefanov’s Blog, Seriti Consulting, Internetworld.com, mobiThinking.com, InternetRetailer. com, Clickz.com, Google.com, Yottaa.com, analyticsseo.com, Wikipedia.org”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 31
  • 34. ##1 32 Cost of a Datacenter Outage Minimum: $38,969 per organization Maximum: $1,017,746 per organization Average of $505,502 per incident Calculating the Cost of Data Center Outages, 2011 (whitepaper) http://www.emersonnetworkpower.com/en-US/Brands/Liebert/Documents/White%20Papers/sl-24659.pdf Posted 2/1/11 Research by Ponemon Institute Benchmark study of 41 US datacentersBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 32
  • 35. ##1 33 5 year Budget Predictions Respondents currently using cloud (320) said that… 4% said that by 2016, 1/3 of their 3 budget will be allocated for cloud resources and applications Of the remaining respondents not implementing cloud projects (880) Say that cloud spending is predicted to be just 28% http://esj.com/blogs/enterprise-insights/2011/05/enterprise-cloud-use-plans.aspx?sc_lang=en Posted on Enterprise Systems CDW 2011 Cloud Computing Tracking Poll Respondents 1,200 IT Professionals  in “small, medium and large businesses; Federal, state and local government agencies; health-care organizations; and K-12 and higher-education institutions” in the United States. Posted 5/26/11BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 33
  • 36. ##1 34 Drivers for Cloud Adoption (Now) Top drivers 1) Agility 7) Competitive 2) Scalability 8) Mobility 3) Cost 9) Other 4) Efficiency 10) ustomer C 5) Innovation Demand 6) Capex to Opex 11) Cloud API’s 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey 417 Survey respondents: 46% vendors, 54% non-vendors North Bridge www.futurecloudcomputing.net June 22, 2011BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 34
  • 37. ##1 35 Factors* Driving the Adoption of Cloud Computing 61% Scalability 48% Elasticity/ 54% Overall Cost Ability to adjust Savings to fluctuations in resource demands 53% Easier 34% Improved Management Hardware Utilization 49% Redundancy 32% Security 49% Greater 6% Other Flexibility *appears as if respondents were able to select more than one factor Cloud Computing Outlook 2011 http://www.cloud.com/cloud-computing-outlook/survey.pdfBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 35
  • 38. ##1 36 Top 3 Motivations for Cloud Adoption Company Type: A startup (pre-breakeven, self- or VC-funded) #1) Elasticity #2) Speed to deploy #3) Lower costs http://www.bitcurrent.com/download/cloud-computing-survey-2011/ Bitcurrent Cloud Computing Survey 2011 Published 3/4/11 Respondents: 150 people, “several worked for cloud providers directly and their responses, while interesting, were excluded from the study because of their bias towards a specific platform.” Respondents by job title: 36% Software engineering, development, 30% other, 21% CEO, 20% Operations or production, 12% Marketing/Communications/PR, 8% sales/ business development, 3% QA and testing…0% for shipping/logistics, legal & contracts, HR, and finance/accounting Note from report: “Unfortunately, the relative small volume of respondents, and the unscientific way in which they were recruited, means that the highly segmented data should not be relied on without further verification and a more controlled selection process.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 36
  • 39. ##1 37 Top 3 Motivations for Cloud Adoption Company Type: A private non-tech company operating regionally #1) Elasticity #2) Speed to deploy #3) Lower costs http://www.bitcurrent.com/download/cloud-computing-survey-2011/ Bitcurrent Cloud Computing Survey 2011 Published 3/4/11 Respondents: 150 people, “several worked for cloud providers directly and their responses, while interesting, were excluded from the study because of their bias towards a specific platform.” Respondents by job title: 36% Software engineering, development, 30% other, 21% CEO, 20% Operations or production, 12% Marketing/Communications/PR, 8% sales/ business development, 3% QA and testing…0% for shipping/logistics, legal & contracts, HR, and finance/accounting Note from report: “Unfortunately, the relative small volume of respondents, and the unscientific way in which they were recruited, means that the highly segmented data should not be relied on without further verification and a more controlled selection process.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 37
  • 40. ##1 38 Top 3 Motivations for Cloud Adoption Company Type: A large web business (breakeven, around for more than 3 years) #1) Speed to deploy #2) Elasticity #3) Lower costs http://www.bitcurrent.com/download/cloud-computing-survey-2011/ Bitcurrent Cloud Computing Survey 2011 Published 3/4/11 Respondents: 150 people, “several worked for cloud providers directly and their responses, while interesting, were excluded from the study because of their bias towards a specific platform.” Respondents by job title: 36% Software engineering, development, 30% other, 21% CEO, 20% Operations or production, 12% Marketing/Communications/PR, 8% sales/ business development, 3% QA and testing…0% for shipping/logistics, legal & contracts, HR, and finance/accounting Note from report: “Unfortunately, the relative small volume of respondents, and the unscientific way in which they were recruited, means that the highly segmented data should not be relied on without further verification and a more controlled selection process.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 38
  • 41. ##1 39 Top 3 Motivations for Cloud Adoption Company Type: A government or nonprofit organization #1) Elasticity #2) Speed to deploy #3) Lower costs http://www.bitcurrent.com/download/cloud-computing-survey-2011/ Bitcurrent Cloud Computing Survey 2011 Published 3/4/11 Respondents: 150 people, “several worked for cloud providers directly and their responses, while interesting, were excluded from the study because of their bias towards a specific platform.” Respondents by job title: 36% Software engineering, development, 30% other, 21% CEO, 20% Operations or production, 12% Marketing/Communications/PR, 8% sales/ business development, 3% QA and testing…0% for shipping/logistics, legal & contracts, HR, and finance/accounting Note from report: “Unfortunately, the relative small volume of respondents, and the unscientific way in which they were recruited, means that the highly segmented data should not be relied on without further verification and a more controlled selection process.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 39
  • 42. #40 #1 Top 3 Motivations for Cloud Adoption Company Type: A Global 2000 company operating in several countries #1) Elasticity #2) Lower costs #3) Speed to deploy http://www.bitcurrent.com/download/cloud-computing-survey-2011/ Bitcurrent Cloud Computing Survey 2011 Published 3/4/11 Respondents: 150 people, “several worked for cloud providers directly and their responses, while interesting, were excluded from the study because of their bias towards a specific platform.” Respondents by job title: 36% Software engineering, development, 30% other, 21% CEO, 20% Operations or production, 12% Marketing/Communications/PR, 8% sales/ business development, 3% QA and testing…0% for shipping/logistics, legal & contracts, HR, and finance/accounting Note from report: “Unfortunately, the relative small volume of respondents, and the unscientific way in which they were recruited, means that the highly segmented data should not be relied on without further verification and a more controlled selection process.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 40
  • 43. ##1 41 Top 3 Motivations for Cloud Adoption Company Type: A public company #1) Lower costs #2) Elasticity #3) Speed to deploy http://www.bitcurrent.com/download/cloud-computing-survey-2011/ Bitcurrent Cloud Computing Survey 2011 Published 3/4/11 Respondents: 150 people, “several worked for cloud providers directly and their responses, while interesting, were excluded from the study because of their bias towards a specific platform.” Respondents by job title: 36% Software engineering, development, 30% other, 21% CEO, 20% Operations or production, 12% Marketing/Communications/PR, 8% sales/ business development, 3% QA and testing…0% for shipping/logistics, legal & contracts, HR, and finance/accounting Note from report: “Unfortunately, the relative small volume of respondents, and the unscientific way in which they were recruited, means that the highly segmented data should not be relied on without further verification and a more controlled selection process.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 41
  • 44. ##1 42 Top Factors influencing use of Cloud Total Respondents 61% Scalability 54% Overall Cost Savings 53% Easier Management According to CTO’s 71% Scalability 61% Elasticity 61% eed to Adjust to Fluctuation N in Resource Demand 2011 Cloud Computing Outlook http://www.cloud.com/cloud-computing-outlook/survey.pdf   The results of this survey were collected during the 2nd quarter of 2011 from the open source and systems management communities of BitNami, Cloud.com and Zenoss.BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 42
  • 45. ##1 43 Future Drivers for Cloud Adoption Top drivers (5 years from now) 1) Scalability 7) loud API’s C 2) Cost (up 263%) 3) Innovation (up 64%) 8) Efficiency 4) Agility (down 47%) 9) Customer Demand 5) Competitive (up 113%) 10) Capex to Opex 6) Mobility (up 100%) 11) Other *appears as if respondents were able to select more than one factor 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey 417 Survey respondents: 46% vendors, 54% non-vendors North Bridge www.futurecloudcomputing.net June 22, 2011BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 43
  • 46. #44 #1 Enterprise Cloud Use Goals 42% Consolidate IT Infrastructure 42% educe IT energy/power R consumption 38% nable or Improve E “Anywhere Access” 37% Reduce IT Capital Requirements http://esj.com/blogs/enterprise-insights/2011/05/enterprise-cloud-use-plans.aspx?sc_lang=en Posted on Enterprise Systems CDW 2011 Cloud Computing Tracking Poll Respondents 1,200 IT Professionals  in “small, medium and large businesses; Federal, state and local government agencies; health-care organizations; and K-12 and higher-education institutions” in the United States. Posted 5/26/11BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 44
  • 47. ##1 45 Inhibitors to Cloud Adoption 20% Security 13% Interoperability 12% Vendor Lock-in 12% Compliance 11% Reliability 11% Complexity 10% Privacy 6% Pricing 3% Expense 2% Other 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey 417 Survey respondents: 46% vendors, 54% non-vendors North Bridge www.futurecloudcomputing.net June 22, 2011BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 45
  • 48. #46 #1 Inhibitors to Cloud Adoption 43% Lack of Cloud Training 36% Security 30% Conservative IT Strategy 22% Other 21% Regulatory Compliance Cloud Computing Outlook 2011 http://www.cloud.com/cloud-computing-outlook/survey.pdfBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 46
  • 49. ##1 47 Security in the Cloud 43 percent of companies globally currently using a cloud computing service reported a data security lapse or issue with the cloud service their company is using within the last 12 months. *No source given to back these stats up* 6/7/2011 http://www.techvibes.com/blog/canadians-are-cautious-and-conservative-when-it-comes-to-cloud-computing-2011-06-07BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 47
  • 50. ##1 48 Server Virtualization Priorities Among enterprises that have implemented server virtualization, reliability was the number one concern, even ahead of security. Other 35% Lack of monitoring and management tools 63% Performance 76% Security 76% Reliability 78% 2011 Symantec Virtualization and Evolution to the Cloud Survey http://www.symantec.com/about/news/resources/press_kits/detail.jsp?pkid=virtualizationandcloudsurvey2011 Details of survey: • 3,700 enterprises surveyed in 35 countries • C-level executives 31% • Strategy: IT management 35% • Tactical Issues: IT management 34%BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 48
  • 51. ##1 49 Cloud Computing Plans for 2011 32% athering input for our cloud G computing strategy 22% ave a partial strategy H for cloud computing 20% ave a strategy and cloud H computing implementation 20% e have no plans to develop W a cloud computing strategy Cloud Computing Outlook 2011 http://www.cloud.com/cloud-computing-outlook/survey.pdfBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 49
  • 52. #50 #1 Most Popular Cloud Applications (Public Side) 34% Gmail 29% oogle Docs & G MicrosoftLiveMeeting 28% WebEx http://esj.com/blogs/enterprise-insights/2011/05/enterprise-cloud-use-plans.aspx?sc_lang=en Posted on Enterprise Systems CDW 2011 Cloud Computing Tracking Poll Respondents 1,200 IT Professionals  in “small, medium and large businesses; Federal, state and local government agencies; health-care organizations; and K-12 and higher-education institutions” in the United States. Posted 5/26/11BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 50
  • 53. ##1 51 Customers Current Approach to Cloud Computing Will never use, too risky 10% Waiting to mature 26% Experimenting 40% Using for usage spikes 11% Complete confidence for mission critical applications 13% 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey 417 Survey respondents: 46% vendors, 54% non-vendors North Bridge www.futurecloudcomputing.net June 22, 2011BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 51
  • 54. ##1 52 Use of Cloud Services 74% of companies are using cloud services today Avande Cloud Survey http://www.thecloudadvantage.com/info/ http://www.avanade.com/Documents/Press%20Releases/20110606-Cloud_TL_Press_Release.pdf March - April 2011 (survey date) 6/7/11 survey released Avanade Survey – 573 respondents, C-level executives, IT decision makers and business unit leadersBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 52
  • 55. ##1 53 Use of Cloud Services 79% of IT Directors (and above) cited they are running some production applications in the cloud. Gatepoint Research and commissioned by ScienceLogic 100 IT Directors and above in mid-to-large enterprises in North America http://vsr.edgl.com/reseller-news/STUDY--IT-Operations-in-Flux-as-Cloud-Computing-Adoption-Increases74395.aspxBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 53
  • 56. ##1 54 Use of Cloud Services 64% of IT Directors (and above) said they run less than a quarter of their production applications in the cloud. Gatepoint Research and commissioned by ScienceLogic 100 IT Directors and above in mid-to-large enterprises in North America http://vsr.edgl.com/reseller-news/STUDY--IT-Operations-in-Flux-as-Cloud-Computing-Adoption-Increases74395.aspxBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 54
  • 57. ##1 55 Months Using Cloud Average months using cloud: 20 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey 417 Survey respondents: 46% vendors, 54% non-vendors North Bridge www.futurecloudcomputing.net June 22, 2011BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 55
  • 58. ##1 56 Canadians Cautious & Conservative with Cloud Computing Businesses using some form of virtualization USA: 70% United Kingdom: 68% Germany: 61% Canada: 47% *No source given to back these stats up* 6/7/2011 http://www.techvibes.com/blog/canadians-are-cautious-and-conservative-when-it-comes-to-cloud-computing-2011-06-07BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 56
  • 59. ##1 57 Enterprise Cloud Use 84 percent of IT managers report that their enterprise uses at least one cloud application. http://esj.com/blogs/enterprise-insights/2011/05/enterprise-cloud-use-plans.aspx?sc_lang=en Posted on Enterprise Systems CDW 2011 Cloud Computing Tracking Poll Respondents 1,200 IT Professionals  in “small, medium and large businesses; Federal, state and local government agencies; health-care organizations; and K-12 and higher-education institutions” in the United States. Posted 5/26/11BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 57
  • 60. ##1 58 Cloud Computing Service 28% The percent of organization actively implementing or maintaining a cloud computing service. Cloud Computing: Just Another Word for the Internet? http://www.itjungle.com/tfh/tfh062711-story02.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter CDW Survey Published 6/27/11 Respondents “1,200 IT professionals and had a margin of error of 2.7 percent”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 58
  • 61. ##1 59 Cloud Implementation 49% of clients defined their cloud strategy before building. 51% did not. https://docs.google.com/gview?url=http://public.dhe.ibm.com/common/ssi/ecm/en/ciw03074usen/CIW03074USEN.PDF?sf1778157%3D1&pli=1&chrome=trueBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 59
  • 62. #60 #1 No IT Roadmap 79% Do not have an IT roadmap for cloud computing. http://www.cloudtweaks.com/2011/07/cloud-computing-advantages-disadvantages-infographic/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign =Feed%3A+cloudtweakscloud+%28CloudTweaks.com+-+Cloud+Computing+Community%29BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 60
  • 63. #61 #1 Backup Plan Of companies who do backup their data: 60% Back up their data locally 33% se a remote storage U server to back up data 4% se a cloud-based solution U to back up data http://www.cloudtweaks.com/2011/07/cloud-computing-advantages-disadvantages-infographic/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign =Feed%3A+cloudtweakscloud+%28CloudTweaks.com+-+Cloud+Computing+Community%29BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 61
  • 64. ##1 62 Top 3 Priorities for IT Decision Makers 60% Cloud Computing 58% Security 31% IT Consolidation Avande Cloud Survey http://www.thecloudadvantage.com/info/ http://www.avanade.com/Documents/Press%20Releases/20110606-Cloud_TL_Press_Release.pdf March - April 2011 (survey date) 6/7/11 survey released Avanade Survey – 573 respondents, C-level executives, IT decision makers and business unit leadersBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 62
  • 65. ##1 63 Cloud Providers Used by Respondents Amazon Web Services 69 Google App Engine 40 Rackspace Cloud 28 Salesforce Force.com 26 Microsoft Azure public cloud 12 Terremark Cloud 5 Joyent 5 Gogrid 4 Savvis Symphony 2 http://www.bitcurrent.com/download/cloud-computing-survey-2011/ Bitcurrent Cloud Computing Survey 2011 Published 3/4/11 Respondents: 150 people, “several worked for cloud providers directly and their responses, while interesting, were excluded from the study because of their bias towards a specific platform.” Respondents by job title: 36% Software engineering, development, 30% other, 21% CEO, 20% Operations or production, 12% Marketing/Communications/PR, 8% sales/business development, 3% QA and testing…0% for shipping/logistics, legal & contracts, HR, and finance/accounting Note from report: “Unfortunately, the relative small volume of respondents, and the unscientific way in which they were recruited, means that the highly seg- mented data should not be relied on without further verification and a more controlled selection process.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 63
  • 66. ##1 64 How Vendors Use Cloud Services Storage 30% Database 28% App Server 27% Search 12% Other 2% CMS, CRM, Web Mail, VOIP 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey 417 Survey respondents: 46% vendors, 54% non-vendors North Bridge www.futurecloudcomputing.net June 22, 2011BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 64
  • 67. ##1 65 Shopping on the Sly 1 in 5 business and IT executives have purchased cloud service without their IT department’s knowledge. Avande Cloud Survey http://www.thecloudadvantage.com/info/ http://www.avanade.com/Documents/Press%20Releases/20110606-Cloud_TL_Press_Release.pdf March - April 2011 (survey date) 6/7/11 survey released Avanade Survey – 573 respondents, C-level executives, IT decision makers and business unit leadersBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 65
  • 68. ##1 66 Then & Now Q4 2010 (Forrester Survey – 3000 respondents) 69% Business Managers who reserved part of their operations budgets to buy tech services directly, rather than through IT. March - April 2011 (Avanade Survey – 573 respondents) 60% Business & IT Executives who buy cloud services on the sly because it’s simply easier. How to keep rogue cloud software from making IT irrelevant http://www.cio.com/article/685658/How_To_Keep_Rogue_Cloud_Software_From_Making_IT_Irrelevant Respondents: senior IT managers Q4 2010 Forrester survey vs. Avande Survey Avande Cloud Survey http://www.thecloudadvantage.com/info/ http://www.avanade.com/Documents/Press%20Releases/20110606-Cloud_TL_Press_Release.pdf March - April 2011 (survey date) 6/7/11 survey released Avanade Survey – 573 respondents, C-level executives, IT decision makers and business unit leadersBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 66
  • 69. ##1 67 Strategy of Cloud Customers Today Private Cloud: 24% Public Cloud: 37% Hybrid Cloud: 39% 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey 417 Survey respondents: 46% vendors, 54% non-vendors North Bridge www.futurecloudcomputing.net June 22, 2011BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 67
  • 70. ##1 68 Private Cloud Use 43% of companies use Private Clouds. Avande Cloud Survey http://www.thecloudadvantage.com/info/ http://www.avanade.com/Documents/Press%20Releases/20110606-Cloud_TL_Press_Release.pdf March - April 2011 (survey date) 6/7/11 survey released Avanade Survey – 573 respondents, C-level executives, IT decision makers and business unit leadersBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 68
  • 71. ##1 69 Infrastructure Deployment Most IT professionals prefer to deploy their infrastructure using virtualization (77%). 2011 Cloud Computing Outlook http://www.cloud.com/cloud-computing-outlook/survey.pdf   The results of this survey were collected during the 2nd quarter of 2011 from the open source and systems management communities of BitNami, Cloud.com and Zenoss.BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 69
  • 72. ##1 70 Server Deployment Preferences 36% irtual servers running on our own V dedicated hardware in our own datacenter 18% irtual servers running in a hosted V datacenter 13% hysical servers running on dedicated P hardware in our own datacenter 12% n public clouds provided by a service I provider 11% n private clouds hosted in our datacenter I 11% hysical servers running on dedicated P hardware in a hosted data center Cloud Computing Outlook 2011 http://www.cloud.com/cloud-computing-outlook/survey.pdfBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 70
  • 73. . #71 #1 Infrastructure Deployment 70% of data center managers choose to deploy infrastructure on dedicated resources (e.g. dedicated servers and data center resources) while only 12% prefer to deploy their infrastructure in the public cloud. 2011 Cloud Computing Outlook http://www.cloud.com/cloud-computing-outlook/survey.pdf   The results of this survey were collected during the 2nd quarter of 2011 from the open source and systems management communities of BitNami, Cloud.com and Zenoss.BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 71
  • 74. ##1 72 Enterprise Hybrid/Private Cloud Implementation Respondents reported an average of just 33 percent of these business-critical applications such as ERP, accounting and CRM are in hybrid/private cloud environments. 2011 Symantec Virtualization and Evolution to the Cloud Survey http://www.symantec.com/about/news/resources/press_kits/detail.jsp?pkid=virtualizationandcloudsurvey2011 Details of survey: • 3,700 enterprises surveyed in 35 countries • C-level executives 31% • Strategy: IT management 35% • Tactical Issues: IT management 34%BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 72
  • 75. ##1 73 Straight from the CIO 80% of respondents get some amount of their current server infrastructure delivered through a private cloud. Survey titled: IT Survey on Cloud Computing, Virtualization, and IT Financial Services Completed by Apptio and Worldwide Executive Council http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/New-Cloud-Survey-Concludes-Jury-Is-Still-Out-on-Cost-Benefits-of-the-Cloud-1409190.htm http://www.apptio.com/resource-center/survey/cloud-survey-2011.php 3/10/2011 Respondents: “100 US CIOs from firms representing a broad range of vertical industries, including financial services, communications, business services, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, technology, media, engineering/construction, aerospace, oil and gas, wholesale/distribution, utilities, government and entertainment.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 73
  • 76. ##1 74 Success of Enterprise Cloud Goals Of the 320 respondents using cloud: 48% onsolidate IT Infrastructure C 49% educe IT energy/power R consumption 49% nable or Improve “Anywhere E Access” 52% Reduce IT Capital Requirements http://esj.com/blogs/enterprise-insights/2011/05/enterprise-cloud-use-plans.aspx?sc_lang=en Posted on Enterprise Systems CDW 2011 Cloud Computing Tracking Poll Respondents 1,200 IT Professionals  in “small, medium and large businesses; Federal, state and local government agencies; health-care organizations; and K-12 and higher-education institutions” in the United States. Posted 5/26/11BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 74
  • 77. ##1 75 Private IaaS Cloud Adoption by Industry Scale 1 to 5, where 1=Not At All and 5=Heavy Adoption #1 Aerosptace/DoD (5) #2 Law, management consulting (4.14) #3 Entertainment, media (3.44) #4 Manufacturing (3.40) #5 Software development (3.14) Note: ith many of the responses that are widely segmented, the number of responses W per vertical is small enough that it’s dangerous to make generalizations. http://www.bitcurrent.com/download/cloud-computing-survey-2011/ Bitcurrent Cloud Computing Survey 2011 Published 3/4/11 Respondents: 150 people, “several worked for cloud providers directly and their responses, while interesting, were excluded from the study because of their bias towards a specific platform.” Respondents by job title: 36% Software engineering, development, 30% other, 21% CEO, 20% Operations or production, 12% Marketing/Communications/PR, 8% sales/business development, 3% QA and testing…0% for shipping/logistics, legal & contracts, HR, and finance/accounting Note from report: “Unfortunately, the relative small volume of respondents, and the unscientific way in which they were recruited, means that the highly seg- mented data should not be relied on without further verification and a more controlled selection process.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 75
  • 78. ##1 76 Private PaaS Cloud Adoption by Industry Scale 1 to 5, where 1=Not At All and 5=Heavy Adoption #1 Law, management consulting (3.43) #2 Business Services (3.0) #3 Real estate, construction (3.0) #4 Entertainment, media (2.67) #5 Education (2.43) Note: ith many of the responses that are widely segmented, the number of responses W per vertical is small enough that it’s dangerous to make generalizations. http://www.bitcurrent.com/download/cloud-computing-survey-2011/ Bitcurrent Cloud Computing Survey 2011 Published 3/4/11 Respondents: 150 people, “several worked for cloud providers directly and their responses, while interesting, were excluded from the study because of their bias towards a specific platform.” Respondents by job title: 36% Software engineering, development, 30% other, 21% CEO, 20% Operations or production, 12% Marketing/Communications/PR, 8% sales/business development, 3% QA and testing…0% for shipping/logistics, legal & contracts, HR, and finance/accounting Note from report: “Unfortunately, the relative small volume of respondents, and the unscientific way in which they were recruited, means that the highly seg- mented data should not be relied on without further verification and a more controlled selection process.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 76
  • 79. ##1 77 Public IaaS Cloud Adoption by Industry Scale 1 to 5, where 1=Not At All and 5=Heavy Adoption #1 Food & Beverage (5.0) #2 Management Consulting (5.0) #3 Travel & leisure (4.50) #4 Health & Medicine (4.25) #5 Aerospace/DoD (4.0) #6 R&D (4.0) Note: ith many of the responses that are widely segmented, the number of responses W per vertical is small enough that it’s dangerous to make generalizations. http://www.bitcurrent.com/download/cloud-computing-survey-2011/ Bitcurrent Cloud Computing Survey 2011 Published 3/4/11 Respondents: 150 people, “several worked for cloud providers directly and their responses, while interesting, were excluded from the study because of their bias towards a specific platform.” Respondents by job title: 36% Software engineering, development, 30% other, 21% CEO, 20% Operations or production, 12% Marketing/Communications/PR, 8% sales/business development, 3% QA and testing…0% for shipping/logistics, legal & contracts, HR, and finance/accounting Note from report: “Unfortunately, the relative small volume of respondents, and the unscientific way in which they were recruited, means that the highly seg- mented data should not be relied on without further verification and a more controlled selection process.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 77
  • 80. ##1 78 Public PaaS Cloud Adoption by Industry Scale 1 to 5, where 1=Not At All and 5=Heavy Adoption #1 Travel & leisure (5) #2 Aerospace/DoD (4.0) #3 Engineering & Construction (4.0) #4 Gaming (4.0) #5 Logistics, transportation (4.0) Note: ith many of the responses that are widely segmented, the number of responses W per vertical is small enough that it’s dangerous to make generalizations. http://www.bitcurrent.com/download/cloud-computing-survey-2011/ Bitcurrent Cloud Computing Survey 2011 Published 3/4/11 Respondents: 150 people, “several worked for cloud providers directly and their responses, while interesting, were excluded from the study because of their bias towards a specific platform.” Respondents by job title: 36% Software engineering, development, 30% other, 21% CEO, 20% Operations or production, 12% Marketing/Communications/PR, 8% sales/business development, 3% QA and testing…0% for shipping/logistics, legal & contracts, HR, and finance/accounting Note from report: “Unfortunately, the relative small volume of respondents, and the unscientific way in which they were recruited, means that the highly seg- mented data should not be relied on without further verification and a more controlled selection process.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 78
  • 81. ##1 79 Public SaaS Cloud Adoption by Industry Scale 1 to 5, where 1=Not At All and 5=Heavy Adoption #1 Management Consulting (5) #2 Media (4.33) #3 Law, management consulting (4.29) #4 Health & medicine (4.25) #5 Education (4.14) Note: ith many of the responses that are widely segmented, the number of responses W per vertical is small enough that it’s dangerous to make generalizations. http://www.bitcurrent.com/download/cloud-computing-survey-2011/ Bitcurrent Cloud Computing Survey 2011 Published 3/4/11 Respondents: 150 people, “several worked for cloud providers directly and their responses, while interesting, were excluded from the study because of their bias towards a specific platform.” Respondents by job title: 36% Software engineering, development, 30% other, 21% CEO, 20% Operations or production, 12% Marketing/Communications/PR, 8% sales/business development, 3% QA and testing…0% for shipping/logistics, legal & contracts, HR, and finance/accounting Note from report: “Unfortunately, the relative small volume of respondents, and the unscientific way in which they were recruited, means that the highly seg- mented data should not be relied on without further verification and a more controlled selection process.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 79
  • 82. #80 #1 Gaps Between Expectations & Reality •4% Gap between expectations & reality •Server Virtualization The majority of enterprises had realized improved scalability, reduced capex/opex and improved uptime. 2011 Symantec Virtualization and Evolution to the Cloud Survey http://www.symantec.com/about/news/resources/press_kits/detail.jsp?pkid=virtualizationandcloudsurvey2011 Details of survey: • 3,700 enterprises surveyed in 35 countries • C-level executives 31% • Strategy: IT management 35% • Tactical Issues: IT management 34%BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 80
  • 83. #81 #1 Gaps Between Expectations & Reality 33% Gap between expectations & reality Storage Virtualization Most important goals were improved IT agility, increased scalability, reduced expense and improved storage performance (speed). 2011 Symantec Virtualization and Evolution to the Cloud Survey http://www.symantec.com/about/news/resources/press_kits/detail.jsp?pkid=virtualizationandcloudsurvey2011 Details of survey: • 3,700 enterprises surveyed in 35 countries • C-level executives 31% • Strategy: IT management 35% • Tactical Issues: IT management 34%BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 81
  • 84. ##1 82 Gaps Between Expectations & Reality 26% Gap between expectations & reality Desktop/Endpoint Virtualization Most important goal was deploying new endpoints more easily and quickly, simplifying application delivery and solving compatibility problems. 2011 Symantec Virtualization and Evolution to the Cloud Survey http://www.symantec.com/about/news/resources/press_kits/detail.jsp?pkid=virtualizationandcloudsurvey2011 Details of survey: • 3,700 enterprises surveyed in 35 countries • C-level executives 31% • Strategy: IT management 35% • Tactical Issues: IT management 34%BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 82
  • 85. ##1 83 Gaps Between Expectations & Reality 37% Gap between expectations & reality Private Storage-as-a-Service projects Enterprises hoped to achieve improved scalability, reduced complexity and increased efficiency in the data center. 2011 Symantec Virtualization and Evolution to the Cloud Survey http://www.symantec.com/about/news/resources/press_kits/detail.jsp?pkid=virtualizationandcloudsurvey2011 Details of survey: • 3,700 enterprises surveyed in 35 countries • C-level executives 31% • Strategy: IT management 35% • Tactical Issues: IT management 34%BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 83
  • 86. ##1 84 Enterprise Virtualization Implementation Among enterprises…more than one-third of them are planning to implement virtualization within the next year for business- critical applications such as HR, accounting and ERP, showing that they are becoming more used to the technology. 2011 Symantec Virtualization and Evolution to the Cloud Survey http://www.symantec.com/about/news/resources/press_kits/detail.jsp?pkid=virtualizationandcloudsurvey2011 Details of survey: • 3,700 enterprises surveyed in 35 countries • C-level executives 31% • Strategy: IT management 35% • Tactical Issues: IT management 34%BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 84
  • 87. ##1 85 Straight from the CIO Nearly 40% said they are not currently tracking utilization levels of virtualized and cloud infrastructure. Survey titled: IT Survey on Cloud Computing, Virtualization, and IT Financial Services Completed by Apptio and Worldwide Executive Council http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/New-Cloud-Survey-Concludes-Jury-Is-Still-Out-on-Cost-Benefits-of-the-Cloud-1409190.htm http://www.apptio.com/resource-center/survey/cloud-survey-2011.php 3/10/2011 • Respondents: “100 US CIOs from firms representing a broad range of vertical industries, including financial services, communications, business services, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, technology, media, engineering/construction, aerospace, oil and gas, wholesale/distribution, utilities, government and entertainment.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 85
  • 88. ##1 86 Management Tools 53% of IT organizations do not have existing systems management tools that translate well for managing cloud computing environments. Cloud Computing Outlook 2011 http://www.cloud.com/cloud-computing-outlook/survey.pdfBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 86
  • 89. ##1 87 Adoption Drivers in the Future 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey 417 Survey respondents: 46% vendors, 54% non-vendors North Bridge www.futurecloudcomputing.net June 22, 2011BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 87
  • 90. ##1 88 Strategy of Cloud Customers in the Future?* Private Cloud: 19% Public Cloud: 24% Hybrid Cloud: 57% *Percentages derived and calculated from this graphic: http://futureofcloudcomputing.drupalgardens.com/sites/futureofcloudcomputing. drupalgardens.com/files/styles/media_gallery_large/public/Slide17.jpg 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey 417 Survey respondents: 46% vendors, 54% non-vendors North Bridge www.futurecloudcomputing.net June 22, 2011BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 88
  • 91. ##1 89 Cloud Revenue Projections 2011 Future of Cloud Computing Survey 417 Survey respondents: 46% vendors, 54% non-vendors North Bridge, the 451 group www.futurecloudcomputing.net June 22, 2011BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 89
  • 92. ##1 90 Storage Virtualization 84% of organizations stated that one of their goals in implementing storage virtualization was to improve storage performance or speed. 2011 Symantec Virtualization and Evolution to the Cloud Survey http://www.symantec.com/about/news/resources/press_kits/detail.jsp?pkid=virtualizationandcloudsurvey2011 Details of survey: • 3,700 enterprises surveyed in 35 countries • C-level executives 31% • Strategy: IT management 35% • Tactical Issues: IT management 34%BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 90
  • 93. #91 #1 Cloud-based Storage 67% Are using or have plans to use cloud-based storage. http://www.cloudtweaks.com/2011/07/cloud-computing-advantages-disadvantages-infographic/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign =Feed%3A+cloudtweakscloud+%28CloudTweaks.com+-+Cloud+Computing+Community%29BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 91
  • 94. ##1 92 Enterprise Cloud Use 38 percent acknowledge that “their organization has a written strategic plan for cloud adoption.” http://esj.com/blogs/enterprise-insights/2011/05/enterprise-cloud-use-plans.aspx?sc_lang=en Posted on Enterprise Systems CDW 2011 Cloud Computing Tracking Poll Respondents 1,200 IT Professionals  in “small, medium and large businesses; Federal, state and local government agencies; health-care organizations; and K-12 and higher-education institutions” in the United States. Posted 5/26/11BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 92
  • 95. ##1 93 Cloud Future Survey 65% agree that cloud will be all out reality by 2015, and not just a conceptual idea. http://www.networkcomputing.com/private-cloud/231000297 Posted 6/24/11 Survey respondents: 225 people, IT and business executives, industry analysts, and new mediaBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 93
  • 96. ##1 94 Cloud Future Survey 62% of respondents agree that between 2011 and 2014, most CIOs will deploy only non-mission-critical apps in the public cloud. http://www.networkcomputing.com/private-cloud/231000297 Posted 6/24/11 Survey respondents: 225 people, IT and business executives, industry analysts, and new mediaBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 94
  • 97. ##1 95 Cloud Future Survey 81% agreed that by 2015, at least 30% of Fortune 1000 enterprises will deploy at least one business-critical system in the cloud. http://www.networkcomputing.com/private-cloud/231000297 Posted 6/24/11 Survey respondents: 225 people, IT and business executives, industry analysts, and new mediaBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 95
  • 98. ##1 96 Straight from the CIO 80% of IT executives surveyed believe metrics related to cloud would grow in importance over the next 12 months. Survey titled: IT Survey on Cloud Computing, Virtualization, and IT Financial Services Completed by Apptio and Worldwide Executive Council http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/New-Cloud-Survey-Concludes-Jury-Is-Still-Out-on-Cost-Benefits-of-the-Cloud-1409190.htm http://www.apptio.com/resource-center/survey/cloud-survey-2011.php 3/10/2011 Respondents: “100 US CIOs from firms representing a broad range of vertical industries, including financial services, communications, business services, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, technology, media, engineering/construction, aerospace, oil and gas, wholesale/distribution, utilities, government and entertainment.”BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 96
  • 99. ##1 97 Straight from the CIO Almost 90% of IT leaders surveyed believe it will be either “important” or “very critical” to improve IT services tracking in virtualized and cloud environments in the coming year. Survey titled: IT Survey on Cloud Computing, Virtualization, and IT Financial Services Completed by Apptio and Worldwide Executive Council http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/New-Cloud-Survey-Concludes-Jury-Is-Still-Out-on-Cost-Benefits-of-the-Cloud-1409190.htm http://www.apptio.com/resource-center/survey/cloud-survey-2011.php 3/10/2011 Respondents: “100 US CIOs from firms representing a broad range of vertical industries, including financial services, communications, business services, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, technology, media, engineering/construction, aerospace, oil and gas, wholesale/distribution, utilities, government and entertainment.BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 97
  • 100. ##1 98 Monitoring the Cloud 65% of respondents plan to use on-premise tools to monitor the performance of services they run in the cloud. Gatepoint Research and commissioned by ScienceLogic 100 IT Directors and above in mid-to-large enterprises in North America http://vsr.edgl.com/reseller-news/STUDY--IT-Operations-in-Flux-as-Cloud-Computing-Adoption-Increases74395.aspxBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 98
  • 101. ##1 99 Monitoring the Cloud 17% expect to rely solely on their cloud service provider to provide performance metrics. Gatepoint Research and commissioned by ScienceLogic 100 IT Directors and above in mid-to-large enterprises in North America http://vsr.edgl.com/reseller-news/STUDY--IT-Operations-in-Flux-as-Cloud-Computing-Adoption-Increases74395.aspxBEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 99
  • 102. #100 #1 Monitoring the Cloud Data created and stored in 2011 64% anticipate they will need 1.8 zettabytes to be created new management tools as and replicated in 2011 they move more systems and services to the cloud. Nearly New information being created in 2011 also one third are not yet sure of includes replicated information such as shared documents or duplicated dvd’s their future needs. Gatepoint Research and commissioned by ScienceLogic 100 IT Directors from Chaos mid-to-large enterprises in North America Extracting Value and above inIDC Digital Universe study (sponsored by EMC Corporation) http://vsr.edgl.com/reseller-news/STUDY--IT-Operations-in-Flux-as-Cloud-Computing-Adoption-Increases74395.aspx http://mashable.com/2011/06/28/data-infographic/BEST CLOUD & DATA STATS OF 2011...SO FAR SHARE THIS: 100