Spending worldwide on professional services related to building or implementing cloud services was $5.5 billion in 2011 Sources France sur le marché du Cloud : http://compta-externalisation-cloud-computing.fr/le-cloud-computing-en-france-un-marche-de-2-milliards-deuros/ http://www.tropheeseurocloud.fr/archives/905 http://www.silicon.fr/le-marche-francais-du-cloud-computing-depasserait-les-2-milliards-deuros-en-2012-71110.html http://www.canalcloud.com/content/cloud-computing-la-france-5e-pour-sa-politique-son-march%C3%A9-les-perspectives
IDC Guidances for End-User organizations (Source: IDC Cloud Services: The Professional Services Opportunity: Market Analysis, June 2012) Develop a clear organizational road map not only for cloud services but for the professional services required to implement cloud, and then ensure that your enterprise's business and information technology architectures are updated to reflect your plans for cloud. If you are in the market for professional services related to building and implementing clouds, select a vendor with demonstrated experience in professional services for cloud services, not just a vendor with experience delivering cloud services. Choose vendors that understand the evolution to cloud services is not only about delivering IT at a lower cost but also about making IT more flexible and important to your overall business. This includes selecting vendors that understand that cloud services need to be considered in the context of three other enabling technologies (analytics, mobility, and social media) to envision what they can do, in combination, for your business. Vendors with hybrid cloud experience may be more important for companies with large legacy environments. In addition, for businesses that use specific applications that are not yet cloud ready, the partnering or alliance strategies of vendors may impact how quickly cloud services can be adopted. Evaluate the systems integration skills and experience of prospective vendors and give them a relatively high weighting in comparisons, even if your initial project is simply a cloud strategy or assessment. This is because the bulk of the downstream cloud professional services you will require will be related to the migration and integration of existing IT system with the newer cloud services. In fact, even if you are selecting a vendor only for a front-end assessment, it would be wise to consider its systems integration expertise as a measure of its ability to assess the complexity of building and implementing cloud services in your environment.
Main Point: But cloud’s benefits go beyond IT; companies of all sorts see cloud as a significant impact to the way they do business today and into the future In a study by IBM’s Institute for Business Value and The Economist, we found tremendous expectations for cloud to have a significant impact on the way business is conducted from customer’s value props, the value chain, and customer relationships.
1. Marché et Tendances du Cloudvus par des Analystes et par IBM
2. The Cloud Computing market is expected to go over € 2billion in France in 2012 (source: Agence française pour les investissements internationaux) IDC estimates that cloud services spending will continue to grow at double-digit rates for the next few years. Spending worldwide on professional services related to building or implementing cloud services will increase to $20 billion in 2016 — a growth rate of 29.2%. EMEA representing 42.4% of spending and is forecast to grow by almost 31%. • Cloud Computing will represent 8% of the IT spending by 2015 (Xerfi) • Moved beyond the first phase of early adopters into the mainstream group of companies : IDCs research in Western Europe shows a growing uptake of cloud. 48% use cloud to some extent — an increase of 20% over last years forecast. • Private cloud is much more popular as strategic direction than it was last year at the expense of public cloud, which is declining as strategic direction. – Increased awareness of security, data location, and other issues contribute to this • When service providers push virtual private cloud (VPC) more — public cloud solutions with additional security and enterprise qualities — most of the Sources: Gartner, Agenda for Cloud Computing, Feb 2012 ; IDC Cloud Services: The Professional Services Opportunity: Market Analysis, June 2012 ; Xerfi business market will over time converge on VPC.
3. Gartner: Five Cloud Computing Trends that will affect your Cloud strategy through 2015 Impacts Formal decision frameworks facilitate cloud investment optimization. Hybrid cloud computing is an imperative. Cloud brokerage will facilitate cloud consumption. Cloud-centric design becomes a necessity. Cloud computing influences future data center and operational models.Recommendations Develop a model to identify the legal, compliance and corporate sensitivity with regard to your data (e.g., data classification scheme). For particular workload/data combinations, map the anticipated benefits against the associated risks for public cloud services. Establish security, management and governance models to coordinate the use of internal and external services. Position IT as an internal cloud services broker providing advice, guidance and intermediary service for the consumption of cloud services. Evaluate third-party cloud services brokers that can facilitate the consumption of cloud services. Look beyond the migration of enterprise workloads to the creation of cloud-optimized applications that fully exploit the potential of the cloud to deliver global-class applications. Apply the concepts of cloud computing to future data center and infrastructure investments to increase agility and efficiency. Source: Gartner, Five Cloud Computing Trends That Will Affect Your Cloud Strategy Through 2015, Feb 2012
4. Industries aim to evolve Cloud Computing beyond support functions to more strategic usesINDUSTRY ADOPTING MATURITYBanking Private cloud — SaaS and IaaS ++ Most industries today are using cloud computing for noncompetitive, but necessary, office and support functions via SaaS. Banks, insurers, governments and retailersEducation Email, collaborative and back- +++ use the cloud for email and other business support office SaaS/IaaS functions (such as sales and service support,Energy and Not much happening, delivery + collaboration, file-sharing and Web conferencing).Utilities model for consumption data and billing or managing asset related Other industries are more advanced in exploiting the GIS data opportunities and potential cost savings of the cloud, using the cloud for IaaS and PaaS purposesGovernment Private cloud, email and some ++ SaaS The media industry uses the cloud for content management, content distribution and analytics.Healthcare Administration, care +Payers transformation Retailers are tapping the cloud via PaaS for e-commerceHealthcare Collaboration, imaging, medical + applications to smooth out the surges of demand due toProviders records holiday shopping, and IaaS for on-demand data centers used as development and testing environments.Insurance Noncore applications and limited ++ SaaS for vertical solutions Manufacturers look to the cloud for product development,Media Content management, distribution ++++ life cycle management and some key manufacturing and analytics operations.Manufacturing SaaS mostly + Healthcare providers and payers are adopting the cloud for claims processing, care management applications,Retail Iaas, PaaS and SaaS + medical records and medical image archives. Source: Gartner, Industries Aim to Evolve Cloud Computing Beyond Support Functions to More Strategic Uses, May 2012
5. Cloud computing marketplace dynamics “21% [#2 rank] “43% want more *Speed & need Cloud to efficiency in cloudEase align to the delivery, 25%Delivery velocity of the developing new Cloud business” apps” “54% were unsure “Nearly 70% “48% lack “55% ofOptimize of how many cloud of active visibility into enterprisesQuality services were being cloud users cloud operations are connecting used, affecting inhibits analysis mobile devicesof optimal business report little of compliance, to back-end confidenceService operations.” monitoring their performance, and cloud services” cloud services” ROI” * “40% loss of “80% focused Cloud: Need to speed storage agilityControl control & on cloudComplexity governance is processes and a top management concern” processes [#1] *IBM Institute for Business Value
6. Le paysage Cloud évolue D’ici 2015* : 2010 :• Montée en puissance du Le Cloud Computing est unCloud Computing sur le vecteur d’innovation pour lesmarché poussée par les entreprises.économies et les gains en Le Cloud Computing va jouer un rôleefficacité informatique significatif dans l’élaboration desprocurés. propositions de valeur client.• Sécurité, Disponibilité etIndépendance envers les Les entreprises vont, à travers le Cloud,fournisseurs sont les guider linnovation au sein deprincipales préoccupations lécosystème.des DSI. Le Cloud va être de plus en plus recherché pour• Mise en place des favoriser la collaboration et réduire laapplications non critiques complexité business.dans un environnement detest. * Sondage Economist Intelligence - Octobre 2011
7. 90% des entreprises passeront au Cloud d’ici 2015 38% 62% Le Cloud, une priorité Cloud, a leading Le Cloud, une priorité première pour priority for première pour les l’entreprise dans sa entire company organisations IT globalitéEchantillon dans le monde entier : 572 Business & IT Leaders, tous secteurs d’activités confondus.Source : Etude « The Power of Cloud » conjointe entre Economist Intelligence Unit et IBM Institut for Business Value, mars 2012 IBM Confidential
8. Les entreprises les plus avant-gardistesvoient aussi le Cloud comme une force quiimpactera leurs modèles de business 35%Quel est l’objectif 4% Nouveau businessprincipal de votre Nouvelle industrie 5%stratégie d’adoption duCloud? Redessiner 10%% de Répondants l’industrie 16% 2% 3% 3% Changer le 16% rôle de l’industrie 8% Today 3 yrs Plus dun tiers (35%) des organisations sondées prévoient dexploiter le Cloud dans les 3 ans pour une innovation radicale des modèles businessEchantillon dans le monde entier : 572 Business & IT Leaders, tous secteurs d’activités confondus.Source : Etude « The Power of Cloud » conjointe entre Economist Intelligence Unit et IBM Institut for Business Value, mars 2012 IBM Confidential
9. Le Cloud: 6 leviers business pour 3catégories de décideurs …permettant aux organisationsLe Cloud offre 6 leviers business d’optimiser, d’innover ou d’agiter les(“game changing”)... modèles business. Agitateurs Leviers du Cloud Créer Adaptabilité 2 du Business Chaîne de valeur Transformer Adaptabilité au Flexibilité 3 changement du Innovateurs 1 des coûts marché Améliorer Complexité Optimiseurs 4 Connexion aux masquée 6 écosystèmes Agilité en 5 fonction du Améliorer Etendre Inventer contexte Proposition de valeur client Les organisations ont besoin de sauto-évaluer en utilisant le "Cloud Enablement Framework" et dévaluer leur potentiel dinnovation via les leviers du Cloud IBM Confidential