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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&#x2019;t: crunch data, assess risk, design a building, sequence a genome <br />
  • Now, that&#x2019;s a liability; you&#x2019;re paying for things all the time, while your competitors are only paying for them when they need them. It&#x2019;s much cheaper to start a bank today (indeed, I&#x2019;ve talked to some still-stealthy banks that are reconsidering their IT and have completely disruptive economics, while some legacy banks&#x2019; bonds are rated junk.) <br />
  • But we can&#x2019;t move out of the castle overnight. <br /> Ultimately, the move to clouds is a massive rebalancing of IT. <br />
  • It&#x2019;s a readjustment of what goes where given these new options. <br />
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world. <br />
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world. <br />
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world. <br />
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world. <br />
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world. <br />
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world. <br />
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world. <br />
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world. <br />
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world. <br />
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world. <br />
  • Different applications live in different places in this new world. <br />
  • Some applications, like legacy ERPs or old mainframe tools, won&#x2019;t migrate easily. They&#x2019;re not well suited to a virtualized, on-demand model where users can spin up resources as needed. <br />
  • Others, like web front-ends or parallel data processing tasks like analytics, that can be split up, work really well in clouds. <br />
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you&#x2019;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&#x2019;t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS. <br />
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you&#x2019;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&#x2019;t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS. <br />
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you&#x2019;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&#x2019;t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS. <br />
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you&#x2019;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&#x2019;t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS. <br />
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you&#x2019;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&#x2019;t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS. <br />
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you&#x2019;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&#x2019;t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS. <br />
  • Just knowing these two dimensions makes you smarter than nearly everyone in IT right now. And when you&#x2019;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&#x2019;t consider security different in private clouds. Similarly, lock-in is a real concern in PaaS but negligible in IaaS. <br />
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  • One of the fundamentals of a cloud is the separation of the provider from the user at some layer in the stack <br /> Where that separation happens determines economics, responsibilities, risk, and lock-in <br />
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  • It will probably wind up looking like airlines. <br />

Public clouds go mainstream - october 19 - 10m Public clouds go mainstream - october 19 - 10m Presentation Transcript

  • The year ahead Public clouds go mainstream
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/divemasterking2000/3946938550/
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/27927484@N00/2941917271/
  • Ultimately, a rebalancing.
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/rptnorris/3453936781/
  • Bare metal
  • Bare Virtualization metal
  • Bare Virtualization Public/private metal hybrid models
  • Bare Virtualization Public/private IaaS metal hybrid models
  • <script> Hello, world! </script> Bare Virtualization Public/private IaaS PaaS metal hybrid models
  • <script> Hello, world! </script> Mashup, Bare Virtualization Public/private IaaS PaaS RESTful metal hybrid models services
  • Data centers <script> Hello, world! </script> Mashup, Bare Virtualization Public/private IaaS PaaS RESTful metal hybrid models services
  • Contracts <script> Hello, world! </script> Mashup, Bare Virtualization Public/private IaaS PaaS RESTful metal hybrid models services
  • Developers <script> Hello, world! </script> Mashup, Bare Virtualization Public/private IaaS PaaS RESTful metal hybrid models services
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/cowcoptim/4104360701/
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/sharif/2423144088/
  • Private Public SaaS PaaS IaaS
  • Private Public SaaS PaaS Security fears IaaS
  • Private Public SaaS Lock-in concerns PaaS IaaS
  • Private Public SaaS Long-term PaaS cost inefficiencies IaaS
  • Private Public SaaS PaaS High cost of maintaining & scaling machines IaaS
  • Some concluding thoughts Things I’ve learned in 2 days
  • Massive disruption on the horizon Clouds are extremely disruptive to the way IT works
  • Virtualization let the genie out of the bottle Clouds arose from virtualization, which made application workloads portable
  • Clouds start with separation Separation is key Determines economics, lock-in, responsibility, risk
  • Business vs. technology Know the difference Clouds-as-tech: Virtualized, automated Clouds-as-business: 3rd party, shared Force others to be clear
  • 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
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/sparkys/3434382326/