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Presentation made on 11 April at 2nd cloud computing and virtualisation summit, abu dhabi

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    • 1. - Cloud ware -The Financial And Productivity Benefits Of Moving Resources From Privately Owned Computers To The Cloud
      Ajay Rathi, DAMAC Holding Co. LLC
    • 2. Agenda
      Evolution
      What is Cloud Computing ?
      Why Cloud Computing ?
      In house Vs Cloud
      Future of Cloud !
      Major providers
      Market Predictions
    • 3. Typical Business Organization
    • 4. Evolution towards cloud
      2010-…..
      2000-2010
      1990-2000
      1980-1990
    • 5. Inhouse Outsourced Cloud
    • 6. ?
      Is it a Fad ???
      Is it old wine in new bottle???
      What is cloud computing?
      Will it be the driving force for the new economic (r)evolution ???
      Verisonone Study
      • over 41 % of senior IT professionals are not very clear
      • 7. 3/4th of finance professionals are confused
    • So Cloud Computing is …..
      Email
      Call Center
      CRM
    • 8. Cloud is !!!!!!
      Ready to use
      Risk
      Software as Service
      Cost
      Platform as Service
      Infrastructure as Service
      Reliability
      Scalability
    • 9. Why Cloud Computing ?
    • 10. IT requirements to meet Unlimited Business Expectations
      High Availability
      Fault Tolerance
      State of art
      Sophisticated Technology
      High Security
      Latest Infrastructure
      Highly Skilled Manpower
      Multi Platform
      Limited Budget
    • 11. Challenges of In-House implementation
      High capex
      Low facility utilization ( 50 to 55%)
      High depreciation (40-45%)
      Power and Cooling cost,
      Real estate cost
      30% hardware obsolesce
      Multi platform management
      Application licensing
      Backup and restore
      Highly skilled manpower
      Patching of OS, Antivirus patching, firewall upgrades
    • 12. Cloud Brings
      Economics - Pay only for the required service
      Better Availability
      Scalability and Elasticity -
      Ubiquitous Access
      Self Provisioning
      Metering
      Zero IT Maintenance.
      Multi platform, multi application and multi vendor support
    • 13. Cloud computing turns Capex to Opex
      In house Infrastructure
      Cloud Infrastructure
      Pay for what you use
      Upfront License Fees
      18+% Annual Maintenance Fee
      Included
      Customer Bears All IT Costs
      & Risk
      Vendor’s Problem
      18 – 24 Month Release Cycles
      Monthly Innovation
      Customer Bears All Upgrade Costs & Risk
      Vendor Handles
      “Ship and Forget”
      Vendor Accountable
    • 14. Future of cloud in 2010 and beyond…
      Cloud developer communities will grow faster than open-source
      Cloud providers tackle lock-in
      Cloud integrators will get an enterprise to show off..
      Cloud computing consolidates
      The real innovation will be in the business of cloud computing, not the technology.
      Cloud infrastructure commoditize, and prices fall
      Home sourcing becomes mainstream
      A new wave of entrepreneurship emerges
      The days of multi-million dollar enterprise software projects dwindle.
      Cloud computing penetrates all areas of business management
    • 15. Major Players on cloud and increasing….
      • Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud
      • 16. The leader in customer relationship management (CRM)
      & cloud computing
      • Business Productivity Online Suite
      • 17. Google APPs Market Place
      • 18. Deploy oracle application and back up DB in cloud
    • Enterprise IT Stack Comparison
      Privately owned
      On cloud
      SAP ERP, Oracle CRM,
      IBM Lotus Notes
      PayPal, ADP Employ ease,
      Amex - Concur
      Process
      Salesforce.com, Workday,
      Net suite ,MS BPOS
      BPO offerings from Accenture, IBM
      Application
      Force.com, Windows Azure,
      Google App Engine
      Platform
      Microsoft Windows/
      .NET, Linux/Solaris/J2EE
      Amazon EC2, Rackspace, Vmware V cloud
      IBM / HP Blade Center, Sun Fire X4100
      Infrastructure
    • 19. Who should move to cloud
      The processes, applications, and data are largely independent.
      The points of integration are well defined.
      A lower level of security will work just fine. 
      The core internal enterprise architecture is healthy.
      The Web is the desired platform.
      Cost is an issue.
      The applications are new.
    • 20. GARTNER PREDICTION
      By 2012, 20 percent of businesses will own no IT assets 
      By 2012, India-centric IT services companies will represent 20 percent of the leading cloud aggregators in the market (through cloud service offerings)
    • 21. Weaknesses are fading ………….
      Thank You
      Questions Please
      Ajay Rathi

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