Adapting To CloudJoseph MathewCloud EvangelistPresenter
About CirroLogixOur Strengths Proven experience in salesforce & force.com platform Expertize over Integration Solutions...
• Cloud computing planning and risk assessment• Strategic assessment and architecture services for cloud computing migrati...
Agenda Overview What is the hype around “cloud”? Why Cloud makes a difference? Value Proposition Way Forward
What is the hype around “cloud”?
What they say…Google shows up 284,000,000 results for Cloud Computing“Cloud computing - correctly: a Computing Cloud - is ...
On the lighter side…
Cloud Computing Simplified…..
THE ANALOGY (ELECTRIC UTILITY)CLOUD SERVICEPROVIDERPAY AS YOU USEPROVIDE ELECTRICITY AS A SERVICEPROVIDE IT HARDWARE & SOF...
Layers of cloud computing
Where does all of that fit in?
ProvidesIT-Biz Servicesfor thecompanyYour kitchen staffYour IT department
VESSELS Prepared usingVESSELS+INGREDIENTS+RECEIPIE+COOKING IT+KEEPING IT FRESHTHE MEALVESSELS+INGREDIENTSPublic “Kitchen” ...
STOP - Take Breath….A Typical IT-”Kitchen” Service Looks LikeFoundational Infrastructure(ex. Datacenters, Servers ,Storage...
1 2 3UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENTTYPE OF CLOUD SERVICESRENTCompute/StorageTimeARENTSoftware Dev ToolsSupporting Infrastructure...
MAPPING IT BACK TO OUR “KITCHEN SERVICE” EXAMPLEVESSELSPrepared usingVESSELS+INGREDIENTS+RECEIPIE+COOKING IT+KEEPING IT FR...
TYPICAL PRICING MODELS (ON-PREMISES vs. CLOUD)• Traditional Approach to buying Business Software• Typical Upfront One-Time...
The Cloud Model OrganizedDavid S. Linthicum, CTOdlinthicum@bickgroup.com@DavidLinthicum
Why cloud makes a difference?
Business ModelsBUSINESS SUPPORTED BY CLOUDMANUFACTURING LOGISTICS PHARMABUSINESS ON CLOUDE-COMMERCE E-LEARNING
Cloud for Manufacturing CompaniesCompany-wideintelligence through useof Analytics (BI)Supplier Portals &Quality Management...
Cloud for Manufacturing Companies – Contd..Automate customerservice, support andcommon order statusinquiriesIntegrateDistr...
Cloud Computing – Core FeaturesAgility•Turn around time is in minutesScalability•Scale as per requirement & quicklyUsage M...
Things to Watch out…. Possible Downtime Security Cost Data Transfer Integration Flexibility Support Latency
What drives cloud adoption?
Key Cloud Drivers for AdoptionExplosive Data growth demandeasy to scale capacityDeclining or flat budgetsPeak Usage period...
Cloud Drivers - CollaborationCIO & CMO CIO & CFOBenefits• Cost-reduction• OutsourcingBenefits• Agility• Competitive EdgeTh...
Collaboration Key to SuccessANY TIMEANY DEVICEEXPERTISEAPPLICATIONINFORMATIONITS PEOPLE THAT DRIVEBUSINESS PROCESSES
Key BenefitsBenefitsPay-as-you-goUtility-basedmodelsLow Total Costof OwnershipHigh LevelComputingSecure storage&management...
Value Proposition?
Increases•Increases agility•Increases resource utilization•Mobile access from any deviceCreates•Platform for innovation•Ed...
Future of Cloud Computing“The new IT department must create and deliverapplications and business toolsquickly, securely, c...
Cloud – The Way Forward• Learn about Opportunities and Risks of Cloud• Assess your own requirements• Integrate Cloud optio...
More infoJoseph MathewJoseph.m@cirrologix.comMobile +91 810 525 3053
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The road to cloud is not restricted to IT/ITES alone. Intelligent technology will soon empower the manufacturers to react faster by monitoring risks, identifying alternate suppliers and helping plan mitigation strategies collaboratively Although, the manufacturing industry is gradually following up with IT companies in implementing Cloud Computing, it still has a long way to go.In order to shorten the journey, CirroLogix is organizing a 60-minute webinar on 29th May, 2013 at 4:00 PM. Join us to know how cloud adoption will add to the growth of your company… without any carbon footprint.

Joseph Mathew a Cloud Computing veteran heads Business Development at CirroLogix. He has organized workshops and evangelized Cloud Solutions from IBM & Microsoft Office 365, across all industry segments.


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Adapting to Cloud computing made easy with CirroLogix

  1. 1. Adapting To CloudJoseph MathewCloud EvangelistPresenter
  2. 2. About CirroLogixOur Strengths Proven experience in salesforce & force.com platform Expertize over Integration Solutions Certified professionals (85%) Global delivery Cost effective, reliable & experiencedWhat We Do? Services - Salesforce.com Implementation & Integration, Force.comDevelopment, Testing, Consulting AppExchange Apps –Focused on enhancing Salesforce utilization Integration Solutions between any On-Demand and On-Premise AppsCirroLogix is conceptualized to provide end-to-end solutions over cloud technology.We are specialized in providing on-demand solutions which are robust, reliable, secureand user friendly, customized according to the business needs.
  3. 3. • Cloud computing planning and risk assessment• Strategic assessment and architecture services for cloud computing migration• Cloud computing implementation assistance including: Salesforce.com’s Sales Cloud, Service Cloud & Marketing Cloudapplications Chatter collaboration cloud Force.com deployment platform Business case development Global process alignmentAreas where we can help
  4. 4. Agenda Overview What is the hype around “cloud”? Why Cloud makes a difference? Value Proposition Way Forward
  5. 5. What is the hype around “cloud”?
  6. 6. What they say…Google shows up 284,000,000 results for Cloud Computing“Cloud computing - correctly: a Computing Cloud - is acolloquial expression used to describe a variety of differentcomputing concepts that involve a large number ofcomputers that are connected through a real-timeCommunication network (typically the Internet). CloudComputing is a jargon term without a commonly acceptednon-ambiguous scientific or technical definition.”
  7. 7. On the lighter side…
  8. 8. Cloud Computing Simplified…..
  9. 9. THE ANALOGY (ELECTRIC UTILITY)CLOUD SERVICEPROVIDERPAY AS YOU USEPROVIDE ELECTRICITY AS A SERVICEPROVIDE IT HARDWARE & SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE
  10. 10. Layers of cloud computing
  11. 11. Where does all of that fit in?
  12. 12. ProvidesIT-Biz Servicesfor thecompanyYour kitchen staffYour IT department
  13. 13. VESSELS Prepared usingVESSELS+INGREDIENTS+RECEIPIE+COOKING IT+KEEPING IT FRESHTHE MEALVESSELS+INGREDIENTSPublic “Kitchen” Services312
  14. 14. STOP - Take Breath….A Typical IT-”Kitchen” Service Looks LikeFoundational Infrastructure(ex. Datacenters, Servers ,Storage, Hosting, Directory Services, Service Desk, AppMaintenance, Infra Maintenance)Foundational InfrastructureEnables one or more End User ITService or Business ServicesServices or ProductsSomething sold or deliveredto end-customersBusiness Services – enablesbusiness capabilitiesEnd User Services - enablesemployees to complete day today activitiesIT Services(ex: Email, Collaboration ServicesPrint Services, End UserServices, VPN, Telecom, etc.(ex. CRM, ERP, SCM, TradingApplication, Financial Apps, etc.)5/29/2013 NEWWAVE COMPUTING (P) LIMITED SLIDE 14
  15. 15. 1 2 3UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENTTYPE OF CLOUD SERVICESRENTCompute/StorageTimeARENTSoftware Dev ToolsSupporting InfrastructureA+BYOUR OWN KITCHENPREPARING MEALS100% ON YOUR OWNRENTThe ApplicationThe Whole Stack(A+B+C)CBInfrastructureAs AServicePlatformAs AServiceSoftwareAs AServiceAYOU NEED TO MOVE HERE
  16. 16. MAPPING IT BACK TO OUR “KITCHEN SERVICE” EXAMPLEVESSELSPrepared usingVESSELS+INGREDIENTS+RECEIPIE+COOKING IT+KEEPING IT FRESHThe DishVESSELS+INGREDIENTS1 23
  17. 17. TYPICAL PRICING MODELS (ON-PREMISES vs. CLOUD)• Traditional Approach to buying Business Software• Typical Upfront One-Time Fee to be paid to purchase Licenses for the software• Maintenance Fees are charged on a Yearly-Basis• Clients are charged based on the “Usage” of the system• Can be based on the number of users accessing the system in a given period• or the Duration which they use or even Per Transaction.• Fees typically charged on a monthly or quarterly or yearly basis• Includes the cost of the underlying hardware & software• Includes a maintenance fee component• Includes Upgrade costs• Factor for one time expense such as Implementation, Data Migration, Employee Training &Consulting.
  18. 18. The Cloud Model OrganizedDavid S. Linthicum, CTOdlinthicum@bickgroup.com@DavidLinthicum
  19. 19. Why cloud makes a difference?
  20. 20. Business ModelsBUSINESS SUPPORTED BY CLOUDMANUFACTURING LOGISTICS PHARMABUSINESS ON CLOUDE-COMMERCE E-LEARNING
  21. 21. Cloud for Manufacturing CompaniesCompany-wideintelligence through useof Analytics (BI)Supplier Portals &Quality ManagementDashboardAccelerate ProductDevelopment – UsingNPDI StrategyManage direct & in-directchannel salesCloud-based marketingautomation applications to track& analyze campaigns
  22. 22. Cloud for Manufacturing Companies – Contd..Automate customerservice, support andcommon order statusinquiriesIntegrateDistributed ordermanagement, pricing, andcontent managementplatformsMaterial planning, suppliermanagement to reducelogistics costs (JIT)HRM systems to unify allmanufacturing locationsGlobally
  23. 23. Cloud Computing – Core FeaturesAgility•Turn around time is in minutesScalability•Scale as per requirement & quicklyUsage Metering•Pay per use, rather than pay per planMulti-Tenant•More number of users and the costs are sharedStandard Protocols•Use of existing technologies and drivers to deliver significantly differentvalue
  24. 24. Things to Watch out…. Possible Downtime Security Cost Data Transfer Integration Flexibility Support Latency
  25. 25. What drives cloud adoption?
  26. 26. Key Cloud Drivers for AdoptionExplosive Data growth demandeasy to scale capacityDeclining or flat budgetsPeak Usage periods requireallocation of additional capacityon demandPressure to look for ways to shiftCAPEX to short term OPEX spendThe cost and availability of powerand coolingThe need to be agileAbility to provision on demandNeed to access data from anydevice
  27. 27. Cloud Drivers - CollaborationCIO & CMO CIO & CFOBenefits• Cost-reduction• OutsourcingBenefits• Agility• Competitive EdgeThe front office transformation has already begunand the Cloud is a powerful enabler of thispowerful phenomena.– Frost & Sullivan
  28. 28. Collaboration Key to SuccessANY TIMEANY DEVICEEXPERTISEAPPLICATIONINFORMATIONITS PEOPLE THAT DRIVEBUSINESS PROCESSES
  29. 29. Key BenefitsBenefitsPay-as-you-goUtility-basedmodelsLow Total Costof OwnershipHigh LevelComputingSecure storage&managementLocation-independentScalability &Sustainability24x7 SupportAgileDevelopment
  30. 30. Value Proposition?
  31. 31. Increases•Increases agility•Increases resource utilization•Mobile access from any deviceCreates•Platform for innovation•Edge over Competitors•Opportunities for greater efficiency•FlexibilityReduces• Turnaround time• TCOEliminates•High power & cooling costs•CAPEX•Upgrades & MaintenanceValueProposition
  32. 32. Future of Cloud Computing“The new IT department must create and deliverapplications and business toolsquickly, securely, cost-effectively and with highlevels of performance and availability”– Frost & Sullivan“ Spending on IT cloud services will triple in the next 5years, reaching $42 billion and capturing 25% of IT spendinggrowth in 2012.”- IDCBy 2013 mobile phones will overtake PCs as the mostcommon Web access device worldwide, and by2015, media tablet shipments will constitute 50% oflaptop shipments.- Gartner
  33. 33. Cloud – The Way Forward• Learn about Opportunities and Risks of Cloud• Assess your own requirements• Integrate Cloud option in your business strategy and execution plan• Develop Cloud Skill sets• Build Redundancy, Backups and Restoration in your infrastructure plan• Integrate Cloud into your Architecture• Deploy and Monitor - Both Costs and IT Performance
  34. 34. More infoJoseph MathewJoseph.m@cirrologix.comMobile +91 810 525 3053

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