The Cloud^H^H^H^H^HDevOps Milieu, circa March 2014
 

The Cloud^H^H^H^H^HDevOps Milieu, circa March 2014

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What's the current state of cloud and DevOps? How are we doing (maturity wise) with it, and why would we even care. Yup, that's this presentation. ...

What's the current state of cloud and DevOps? How are we doing (maturity wise) with it, and why would we even care. Yup, that's this presentation.

Presented March 6th, 2014 at the Ansible Meetup in Austin, Texas.

Abstract: We all know that cloud is a big deal, and cloud-native production cultures like DevOps are increasing in interest and maturity. Wide-spread market-adoption of all this cloud fun is slowly creaking out beyond the hoodie-festooned set, a trend we rabidly follow at 451 Research. This short talk with provide a brief baseline of where we are with cloud and DevOps as seen through the analyst lens of end-user surveys, market observations, and plane old screw-ball analyst-think. It wraps up with a "so what?" to motivate folks to chase that "software is eating the world" unicorn dream.

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  • The  Cloud^H^H^H^H^HDevOps  Milieu   circa  March  2014   @cote   ! h<p://bit.ly/DevOpsMilieu20140306
  • • • • IT  research,  advisory,  professional   services,  datacenter  cer6fica6on,  and   events   One  company  with  3  opera6ng   divisions   Global  focus • • • • 200+  staff,  100+  analysts   1,300+  client  organiza6ons:  enterprises,   vendors,  service  providers,  and  investment   firms   7,500+  individual  subscribers   Reach  16,000  end-­‐users  annually http://451research.com/ - @451research !2
  • Michael  Coté   Research  Director,  Infrastructure  SoNware   @cote  –  hQp://cote.io  –  +1-­‐512-­‐795-­‐4307   cote@451research.com   ! Responsible  for  systems  management,   applica6on  development,  cloud  soNware,   and  misc.  “infrastructure  soNware”  agenda
 Worked  Dell  in  corporate  strategy  &  M&A,  as   an  analyst  for  6+  years  at  RedMonk,  soNware   developer  for  10+  years !3 View slide
  • Source: Google define search, March 4th, 2014. View slide
  • Infrastructure&Public&Cloud&Forecast&($bn)& $19.40&& $20&& $18&& $3.90&& $16&& $15.60&& $14&& $3.20&& $12&& $2.50&& $10&& $4&& $2&& $4.20&& $8.60&& $8&& $6&& $5.30&& $11.90&& $3.20&& $1.90&& $5.70&& $1.40&& $2.20&& $1.40&& $2.90&& $8.20&& $6.20&& $4.50&& $10.20&& $0&& 2012& 2013& 2014& IaaS& !5 PaaS& 2015& ISaaS& Source: "Market Monitor: Cloud Computing Overview Report 2013," 451 Research, August 2013. 2016&
  • Cloud&Enabling&Technologies&($bn)& $25.00&& $22.62&& $0.76&& $19.52&& $0.62&& $20.00&& $16.41&& $0.47&& $15.00&& $10.00&& $5.00&& $10.61&& $0.28&& $3.36&& $6.97&& $13.45&& $0.36&& $9.10&& $7.49&& $5.97&& $4.61&& $8.48&& $9.97&& $11.41&& $12.76&& $0.00&& 2012& 2013& Virtualiza6on& 2014& 2015& Automa6on&&&Management&& Security& !6 Source: "Market Monitor: Cloud-enabling Technologies Overview Report 2013," 451 Research, August 2013. 2016&
  • Corporate(Market:(Public(and(Private(Cloud(Usage( (Private(not(tracked(un9l(Jul(2012)( 45%$ 40%$ 40%$ 35%$ 32%$ 29%$ 30%$ 25%$ 20%$ 34%$ 22%$ 17%$ 17%$ Jan.11$ Apr.11$ Jan.12$ 39%$ 40%$ 32%$ 29%$ 29%$ 29%$ 29%$ 31%$ 23%$ 22%$ Oct.11$ 40%$ 41%$ 19%$ 15%$ 10%$ 5%$ 0%$ Jul.11$ Apr.12$ %$using$public$cloud$ Jul.12$ Oct.12$ Jan.13$ Apr.13$ %$using$private$cloud$ Source: A total of 1,137 respondents involved in their company's IT buying decisions participated in the January 8-27 survey, including 470 whose company currently use public cloud. ChangeWave Research is a service of 451 Research, from "Corporate Cloud !7 Computing Trends," 451's ChangeWave, Feb 11, 2014. Jul.13$ Oct.13$ Jan.14$
  • Why  are  people  using  cloud?
  • Q.#Where#do#you#currently#host#or#plan#to#host#these#workloads?# 0.0%& 10.0%& Batch&Compu8ng&Applica8ons& 30.0%& 18.7%& Collabora8ve&Applica8ons&& 20.0%& 19.6%& EDbusiness&Hos8ng&& 17.8%& 14.8%& 13.9%& 4.3%& 5.7%& Test&and&Development&& 20.9%& 17.8%& 17.4%& 12.6%& 11.3%& 14.3%& 11.3%& 20.4%& 6.1%& 3.5%& Private&OnDprem& Source: 451 Research Custom Cloud Study, n=230. 70.0%& 25.2%& 17.0%& 35.7%& BackDoffice&Enterprise&Applica8ons& 60.0%& 20.4%& 33.9%& 11.3%& 50.0%& 10.4%& 18.3%& CustomerDfacing&Enterprise&Applica8ons& Cloud&Na8ve&Applica8ons&& 40.0%& 9.6%& 9.1%& Private&Hosted& !9 Hybrid& Public& 9.1%& 80.0%& 90.0%& 100.0%&
  • Sources: @agile_exec, March 5th, 2014. !10
  • We  believe  that  applica6on  development  is,  indeed,  a  vital  and  valuable  part  of   the  industry:  our  theory  is  that  the  majority  of  cloud  spending  originates  with   so=ware  developers  as  the  prime  movers.  Applying  the  formula  'IT  -­‐  SaaS  =   what?'  it  increasingly  seems  the  case  that  the  'what?'  is  custom-­‐wri<en   soQware  for  ISVs,  SaaS  and  increasingly  companies  like  Nike  and  Starbucks  that   are  relying  on  in-­‐house  so=ware  development  for  new  products  such  as  the   Fuelband  and  mobile  payments.  Starbucks,  for  example,  is  es6mated  to  have   pulled  in  $1bn  in  sales  from  its  mobile  app.   ! While  developers  are  notoriously  parsimonious  when  it  comes  to  paying  for  tools   and  middleware,  Atlassian's  $149m  in  revenue  is  testament  that  companies  will   pay  for  developer  tools  straight  out.  We  also  note  the  bets  the  venture   community  is  placing  on  developer-­‐oriented  companies  like  those  coming  from   the  post-­‐seed  round,  pre-­‐A  round  firm  Heavybit.     ! -­‐  Me!  “Atlassian  bundles  ALM  components  around  the  popular  git  version   control  system,”  451  Research,  March  4th,  2014 !11
  • Business  Drivers   (Where  the  money  comes  from)
  • “Looking further ahead to 2nd half 2014, there are also encouraging signs. A total of 17% think their IT budget will be greater than the 1st half of 2014, and 19% believe it will be less – which is an 8-pt improvement from previously.” Source: “2Q 2014 Corporate IT Spending Trends,“ 451 ChangeWave, n=1,481.
  • Transforma6on  is  afoot Legacy… New… !14 Not seen here: white-collar toolchains Sources:451 HCTS NA 2013 conference; Chris Dancy.
  • So…  DevOps,  anyone?
  • How$o%en$do$you$deploy$to$produc0on?$ Other& 1%& Daily& 8%& On&demand& 31%& Annually& 4%& Semi8Annually& 4%& Weekly& 22%& Quarterly& 12%& Source:451 DevOps Study, Winter 2014. n=201 DevOps-minded individuals. !16 Monthly&& 18%&
  • What%tools%are%you%using?% Tes0ng$ 59%$ Performance$Monitoring$and$Log$Mgmt$ 54%$ Other$ 20%$ 0%$ 10%$ 20%$ Plan$to$use$in$next$6$months$ Source:451 DevOps Study, Winter 2014. n=201 DevOps-minded individuals. 30%$ 21%$ 46%$ 50%$ 60%$ Plan$to$evaluate$in$next$5$months$ !17 23%$ 19%$ 19%$ 40%$ 15%$ 0%$ 14%$ 20%$ 15%$ 14%$ 50%$ 17%$ 40%$ Topology/Architecture$ 15%$ 0%$ 46%$ Configura0on$management$&$automa0on$ 14%$ 16%$ 50%$ Release$management$ Currently$Use$ 12%$ 70%$ 80%$ 90%$ No$plans$to$use$or$evaluate$ 100%$
  • When%designing%and%wri-ng%your%so1ware,%how%do%you%model%and%specify%how%the%applica-on% should%be%deployed?% AutomaAon'tools' 16%' Other' 2%' Custom'wri+en'build'scripts' 38%' Third'party'install'programs' 20%' Golden'Images' 24%' Source:451 DevOps Study, Winter 2014. n=201 DevOps-minded individuals.
  • What%is%holding%you%back%from%reducing%release%cycles?% Number$and$complexity$of$environments$–$Cloud,$OnHpremises,$Virtual$and$ Physical$$ 28.70%$ Human$resource$constraints$(can't$hire$enough$skilled$people$so$we$ boQleneck$on$those$we$have)$ Lack$of$tools$or$inefficient$tools$for$Release$management,$Log$management,$ etc.$ An$inefficient$process:$HandHoff$from$development$to$test,$to$security$etc.$ Feature$creep$(new$requirements$are$added$inside$each$cycle,$lengthening$the$ Ame$to$release)$ Source:451 DevOps Study, Winter 2014. n=201 DevOps-minded individuals. 38.89%$ 18.52%$ 25.93%$ 22.22%$
  • There’s  plenty  of  opportunity  out  there,  and  clearly   room  for  improvement.   ! Good  luck  out  there!
  • Thanks!   @cote  -­‐  h<p://cote.io  -­‐  cote@451research.com