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Is South Africa behind the enterprise cloud curve?

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  • Cloud is not new anymore
  • 100 years later its IT’s turn. But what is different about IT.Currently we are still largely in a client server dominated architectureEven if we centralise and consolidate
  • Read any tech news source and cloud computing is extending in leaps and boundsRead (almost) any research report and the story becomes much more mundaneSo is cloud computing a tech fantasy or mundane reality
  • The big question then is how far along the journey to cloud should you be?
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    • 1. 4 July 2013 Cloud Computing – Are you behind the curve? Brian Pinnock Head of Product Strategy and Innovation
    • 2. 2© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Cloud isn’t new anymore 2006 1999
    • 3. 3© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Cloud definitions Reference: National Institute of Standards and Technology (2012), Africa Analysis, DCSRM Personal Cloud On-demand Self service Network access Resource pooling Rapid elasticity Measured service
    • 4. 4© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Agenda Is Enterprise Cloud inevitable? Where is the curve? Where is the curve in SA? Catching up to the curve
    • 5. Is Enterprise Cloud inevitable?
    • 6. 6© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Underlying macro trends Reference: Nicholas Carr | The Big Switch 2006
    • 7. 7© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Similar patterns - electrification Reference: Nicholas Carr | The Big Switch 2006 Steam and water Electricity Self generation Utility power
    • 8. 8© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Similar patterns - electrification Reference: Nicholas Carr | The Big Switch 2006 Networks Standards (AC/DC) Economies of scale Competitive disadvantage 95% utility power
    • 9. 9© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Why now? 100 years later it’s IT’s turn! Reference: Nicholas Carr | The Big Switch 2006 Mainframe Client/server Cloud Moore’s Law Grove’s Law
    • 10. 10© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 World wide computer “When the network becomes as fast as the processor, the computer hollows out and spreads across the network” - Eric Schmidt, 1993
    • 11. 11© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 “Most of our needs are more sophisticated” Source: Gartner 2012 Lower app cost Criticalityoftheapplication Higher app cost 70% of Enterprise IT budget 30% of Enterprise IT budget Public Cloud computing sweet spot
    • 12. 12© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 A classic disruptive technology Source: Clayton Christensen: Innovator’s Dilemma (1997, 2011) Time Performance Performance demanded at the high end of the market Performance demanded at the low end of the market
    • 13. Where is the curve?
    • 14. 14© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Past the peak of inflated expectations? Source: Google Trends (2012) “Cloud computing” 0 20 40 60 80 100 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
    • 15. 15© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Gartner Hype Cycle for Cloud Source: Gartner 2012
    • 16. 16© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 • Virtualisation • Big data • Cloud advertising • Cloud computing • Community Cloud • Platform as a Service • DevOps • Application PaaS • Cloud BPM • Cloud management platforms • Cloud security and risk standards • Cloud/web platforms • Cloud-bursting • Cloud optimised application design • Elastic multi-tenancy • Enhanced network delivery • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) • Personal Cloud • Private Cloud computing • Cloud application development services • Cloud parallel processing • Cloud services brokerage • Hybrid IT • Cloud email • Database platform as a Service (dbPaaS) • IaaS + Middleware • Private platform as a Service • Public Cloud storage • Software as a Service (SaaS) • BPaaS • Cloud collaboration services • MDM solutions in the Cloud • Sales force automation SaaS • Dedicated email service • Browser client OS stress | plan | relax | ignore Source: Gartner 2012 less than 2 years 2 to 5 years 5 to 10 years more than 10 years stress plan relax ignore transformational high moderate low
    • 17. 17© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Predicted global Cloud market Source: Forrester 2012 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Revenue($bn) Predicted
    • 18. 18© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 What the 2012 surveys are saying Source: Symantic (2012), IDC (2012), Dimensional Research (2012) 94% Enterprise at least discussing Cloud 58% Cloud met compliance requirements 40% Enterprises adopting hybrid Cloud platforms 51% Cloud offered greater competitive advantage 69% Enterprises say Private is top choice 25% Rogue Cloud is more frequent
    • 19. 19© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Cloud has gone mainstream… …but adoption is in relatively early stages Source: Everest Global (2013) 20% 23% 11% 18% 10% 5% 36% 22% 23% 26% 27% 10% 27% 27% 36% 26% 25% 28% 17% 28% 30% 31% 38% 57% 0% 20% 40% 60% Hybrid cloud (IaaS) Business process as a Service (BPaaS) Private cloud (IaaS) Public cloud (IaaS) Platform as a Service (PaaS) Software as a Service (SaaS) Enterprise Cloud adoption by Cloud layer Already adopted Adopt in near future Adopt in distant future No plans to adopt 48% 34% 18% Enterprise IaaS adoption plans Plan to implement cloud infrastructure Already have cloud infrastructure No plans for cloud infrastructure
    • 20. 21© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 The reason we’re at an early stage is that there are still many obstacles Capacity Security Compliance Reliability Lock-in Skills Application profile Standards
    • 21. Where is the curve in SA?
    • 22. 23© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 SA interest (not technology) is behind the curve Source: Google Trends (2012) Cloud computing IaaS SaaS PaaS 0 20 40 60 80 100 2005 2007 2009 2011 Average
    • 23. 24© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 SA data centre adoption trends Source: Frost & Sullivan 2012 Low High Adoptionrate Introduction Growth Maturity Decline Cloud storage, virtual server and desktop, remote backup and hosted exchange are promising service segments as traditional product lines are maturing Cloud storage Virtual desktop SaaS Virtual server Web hosting WAN Managed servers LAN Hosted enterprise security Remote backup Hosted managed backup DR Basic hosting
    • 24. 25© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Data centre space by region Source: Africa Analysis (2011) 71% 27%
    • 25. 26© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Predicted data centre space in SA to 2016 Core DC Services: All except ‘Other’ Source: Africa Analysis (2011) Cooling Power Space 0 10 20 30 40 50 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Space(thousandm²) Core DC services
    • 26. 27© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Future SA data centre revenues? Source: Frost & Sullivan 2012 • Virtualisation solutions are a key technology trend as they offer significant efficiencies and cost savings to companies of all sizes • As a result, SaaS, virtual desktop and virtual server are expected to have the highest growth rates to 2016 • The importance of core services to overall data centre revenues will decline by 2016, as these services also become more commoditised 0 200 400 600 800 1000 Basic hosting Cloud storage Disaster recovery Hosted enterprise security Hosted managed backup LAN Managed servers Remote backup SaaS Virtual desktop Virtual server Web hosting 2010 2016 SaaS uptake will be driven by hosted exchange, CRM and UC Cloud storage is a small sub-product of Cloud-based services CAGR 8% 13% 30% 23% 10% 8% 2% 8% 10% 5% 12% 5% Virtualisation SaaS
    • 27. 28© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Financial sector Retail Manufacturing Cloud adoption by Sector in SA Source: Frost & Sullivan 2012 Low barrier Medium barrier High barrier Managed servers SaaS Virtualisation Basic hosting IaaS
    • 28. Existing and planned cables
    • 29. 30© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Total fibre market: route km 2011-2016 Source: BMI 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 FibreCo Co-build Telkom (new build) Telkom (maintenance) Broadband Infraco Neotel Metro Municipalities Provincial governments Open access metro build FTTH
    • 30. Catching up to the curve
    • 31. 32© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 The expected journey to Cloud? Hybrid Public Private Consolidation Automation Virtualisation
    • 32. 33© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Ensuring enterprise Cloud adoption Customer adoption cycle ● Technical and business drivers ● Preferred entry Ad hoc entry Disillusionment Early exit point ● Provider adoption cycle ● Customer drivers and needs Influence If problems fail to change ● Customers exit
    • 33. 34© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 Hybrid IT Departments Source: Gartner 2012 IT organisation acting as a provider and broker User or consumer Traditional IT Private Cloud Hybrid Cloud Public Cloud Traditional IT management group Private Cloud management group Public Cloud management group IT Services Broker group
    • 34. Conclusion
    • 35. Ubiquitous power unlocked innovation
    • 36. 37© Copyright 2010 Internet Solutions 4 July 2013 The embrace of utility power 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 1910 1920 1930 Utility supply Private supply
    • 37. QUESTIONS?