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Keynote at launch of Interxion UK Cloud Testlab, Tuesday 15th November 2011,

Keynote at launch of Interxion UK Cloud Testlab, Tuesday 15th November 2011,
The Brickhouse, Brick Lane

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  • A Perspective on the Future of the Cloud Market David Terrar – D2C & EuroCloud UK at launch of Interxion UK Cloud TestlabTuesday 15th November 2011 The Brickhouse, Brick Lane
  • The Cloud topic
    • Too much jargon
    • Too many definitions
    • Everyone rebranding to Cloud
    • Is it all about Infrastructure?
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  • US Federal Cloud Computing Strategy Vivek Kundra U.S. Chief Information Office 6 February 2011 (he’s moved on since) Cloud First Policy http://www.cio.gov/documents/Federal-Cloud-Computing-Strategy.pdf
  • http://www.cloudbuyersguide.org/
  • What about UK Government? "The Americans have adopted what they call a cloud first policy, and I anticipate that we will be doing something similar“ Martin Bellamy G-Cloud delivery board Director of change and ICT National Offender Management Service Ministry of Justice Westminster eForum speech 13 Septmeber 2011
  • "the fundamental interconnectedness of all things"
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  • What about the Cloud Channel?
    • 85% of the channel no relationship with Cloud
    • Economics and value different
    • Who owns the customer?
    • Customer told how to buy
    • Channel being told sell more for less
    • It’s in a huge mess
    • Lots of players and ingredients
    • Market forces will bake it in to a channel
  • Steve Jobs - RIP
  • All About Steve: The Story of Steve Jobs and Apple from the Pages of Fortune
  • Cloud Industry Forum Survey
    • 300 End Users
      • SMB to Enterprise
      • Public & Private sectors
    • UK based (& owned)
      • Except 24 US & 12 Euro
    • 89% operate an on-site Server room or data centre
    • Connectivity is varied
      • 18% Standard broadband
      • 42% Business ADSL
      • 27% MLS
      • 13% other
    • Note: Base changes by Question!
  • End User Adoption Snapshot
    • Over half of organisations participate formally in cloud services today
    • Growth of 5 points in 9 months (or 10% growth)
    • SMB & Public Sector showed fastest growth over this period
    • Adoption now fairly uniform regardless of size or public/private
      • Reinforcing the ubiquitous benefits and accessibility of cloud services
      • Opening up of market for mass adoption
  • Primary Drivers for Adoption
  • End User Satisfaction & Plans
    • 96% satisfaction level (up from 94%)
    • 73% to further invest in 2012
    • 85% see it as a core part of IT Strategy
    Are you satisfied with your use of Cloud Services?
  • End user Concerns
    • Data – still at #1!
      • Security
      • Privacy
      • Sovereignty
    • Followed by:
      • Internet access
      • Reliability
      • Contractual lock-in
  • CIF – Code of Practice http://www.cloudindustyforum.org
  • A three legged code
    • Transparency
      • Corporate identify and responsibilities
      • Full scope of operations
      • Compliance with Code
      • Third-party coverage of Code
      • Commercial terms
      • Personnel profile
      • Customer migration paths
      • Service dependencies
      • Complaints and escalation procedures
    • Accountability
      • Compliance with Code
      • Behavior with customers
    • Capability
      • Information security management (including data protection)
      • Service continuity management
      • Service level management
      • Supplier management
      • Software license management (including license compliance)
      • Complaint handling
      • Environment impact management
  • 10 thoughts on the Cloud
    • Plenty of growth in Cloud Computing, although it’s still only a fraction of overall IT spend
    • The industry needs to speak with more clarity about Cloud
    • The intersection of Cloud, Mobile and Social will transform the smart enterprises
    • For buyers there has never been more choice
    • But picking winners is tougher – who will be around in 3 years?
    • Security is still the big issue/barrier/misconception
    • Cloud supply chain is crucial – data security, privacy, sovereignty
    • IT and the CIO are looking to standards and best practice (so consider the CIF Code of Practice)
    • The CIO can be more strategic, but needs to watch for the business units doing their own thing
    • Even in the current economic climate it’s a great time for cloud solution providers if you’ve got vision, passion and agility
  • References http://www.zdnet.com/blog/btl/cloud-computing-market-241-billion-in-2020/47702 http://www.cio.gov/documents/Federal-Cloud-Computing-Strategy.pdf http://www.cloudbuyersguide.org/ http://www.rackspace.co.uk/media-centre/news/article/article/uk-govt-headed-for-cloud-first-policy/ http://www.cluetrain.com/book/95-theses.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dirk_Gently http://www.amazon.co.uk/All-About-Steve-Fortune-ebook/dp/B005CRQ29E/ref=sr_1_11?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1321250555&sr=1-11 http://www.cloudindustryforum.org/ http://www.cloudindustryforum.org/uk-cloud-services-adoption-growing-well http://www.cloudindustryforum.org/register-your-details-to-download-our-white-papers These links for reference only Not for reading
  • Contact details David Terrar D2C & Cloud Advocates p: +44 (0)1727 866309 m: +44 (0)7715 159423 e: [email_address] or [email_address] w: www.d2c.org.uk and cloudadvocates.com skype: david_terrar twitter: DT linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/davidterrar blog: http://biztwozero.com http://EuroCloud.org.uk