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  • Yesterday, I talked about the IT monopoly. IT used to be a barrier to entry -- because it meant you could do something others couldn’t: crunch data, assess risk, design a building, sequence a genome
  • Now, that’s a liability; you’re paying for things all the time, while your competitors are only paying for them when they need them. It’s much cheaper to start a bank today (indeed, I’ve talked to some still-stealthy banks that are reconsidering their IT and have completely disruptive economics, while some legacy banks’ bonds are rated junk.)
  • But we can’t move out of the castle overnight.
    Ultimately, the move to clouds is a massive rebalancing of IT.
  • It’s a readjustment of what goes where given these new options.
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world.
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world.
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world.
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world.
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world.
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world.
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world.
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world.
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world.
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world.
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world.
  • Some applications, like legacy ERPs or old mainframe tools, won’t migrate easily. They’re not well suited to a virtualized, on-demand model where users can spin up resources as needed.
  • Others, like web front-ends or parallel data processing tasks like analytics, that can be split up, work really well in clouds.
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you’re discussing IT, insist that others are specific about what they mean. Discussions around privacy and security are vital to public clouds, but most people don’t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS.
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you’re discussing IT, insist that others are specific about what they mean. Discussions around privacy and security are vital to public clouds, but most people don’t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS.
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you’re discussing IT, insist that others are specific about what they mean. Discussions around privacy and security are vital to public clouds, but most people don’t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS.
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you’re discussing IT, insist that others are specific about what they mean. Discussions around privacy and security are vital to public clouds, but most people don’t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS.
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you’re discussing IT, insist that others are specific about what they mean. Discussions around privacy and security are vital to public clouds, but most people don’t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS.
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you’re discussing IT, insist that others are specific about what they mean. Discussions around privacy and security are vital to public clouds, but most people don’t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS.
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you’re discussing IT, insist that others are specific about what they mean. Discussions around privacy and security are vital to public clouds, but most people don’t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS.



  • One of the fundamentals of a cloud is the separation of the provider from the user at some layer in the stack
    Where that separation happens determines economics, responsibilities, risk, and lock-in


  • It will probably wind up looking like airlines.

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  • 1. The year ahead Public clouds go mainstream
  • 2. http://www.flickr.com/photos/divemasterking2000/3946938550/
  • 3. http://www.flickr.com/photos/27927484@N00/2941917271/
  • 4. Ultimately, a rebalancing.
  • 5. http://www.flickr.com/photos/rptnorris/3453936781/
  • 6. Bare metal
  • 7. Bare Virtualization metal
  • 8. Bare Virtualization Public/private metal hybrid models
  • 9. Bare Virtualization Public/private IaaS metal hybrid models
  • 10. <script> Hello, world! </script> Bare Virtualization Public/private IaaS PaaS metal hybrid models
  • 11. <script> Hello, world! </script> Mashup, Bare Virtualization Public/private IaaS PaaS RESTful metal hybrid models services
  • 12. Data centers <script> Hello, world! </script> Mashup, Bare Virtualization Public/private IaaS PaaS RESTful metal hybrid models services
  • 13. Contracts <script> Hello, world! </script> Mashup, Bare Virtualization Public/private IaaS PaaS RESTful metal hybrid models services
  • 14. Developers <script> Hello, world! </script> Mashup, Bare Virtualization Public/private IaaS PaaS RESTful metal hybrid models services
  • 15. http://www.flickr.com/photos/cowcoptim/4104360701/
  • 16. http://www.flickr.com/photos/sharif/2423144088/
  • 17. Private Public SaaS PaaS IaaS
  • 18. Private Public SaaS PaaS Security fears IaaS
  • 19. Private Public SaaS Lock-in concerns PaaS IaaS
  • 20. Private Public SaaS Long-term PaaS cost inefficiencies IaaS
  • 21. Private Public SaaS PaaS High cost of maintaining & scaling machines IaaS
  • 22. Some concluding thoughts Things I’ve learned in 2 days
  • 23. Massive disruption on the horizon Clouds are extremely disruptive to the way IT works
  • 24. Virtualization let the genie out of the bottle Clouds arose from virtualization, which made application workloads portable
  • 25. Clouds start with separation Separation is key Determines economics, lock-in, responsibility, risk
  • 26. Business vs. technology Know the difference Clouds-as-tech: Virtualized, automated Clouds-as-business: 3rd party, shared Force others to be clear
  • 27. Hybrids will be the default Too many workloads can’t move Technical requirements Legal & compliance limitations Many services, loosely joined SOA and RESTful designed patterns
  • 28. http://www.flickr.com/photos/sparkys/3434382326/