adding social features to the enterprise cloud<br />learning from FaceBook<br />
PaaS (platform as a service) defined<br />Next generation of computing platforms provide…<br />compute infrastructure<br /...
Social application features<br />Home  portal   <br />My homepage<br />Inbox for activity and content “feeds”<br />Apps, d...
PaaS + Social features = Facebook for the enterprise<br />Collaboration approach for personal life applies to professional...
catalyst for inorganic growth of partner ecosystems<br />Native app providers supply the “fuel”  that drives the social en...
cloud platforms in 2010<br />1/20/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 G...
cloud platform comparison<br />1/20/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503...
About DreamFactory<br />Maximizing the enterprise cloud<br />1/20/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFa...
9<br />plug and play productivity for cloud platforms<br />1/20/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFact...
10<br />essential apps for your corporate cloud<br />DreamFactory Workgroup Suite<br />Enterprise-grade Project Management...
Rich Gantt charts, T&E, Resource Mgmt
Full MS project import</li></ul>Web 2.0 Document Collaboration<br /><ul><li>Webtop blends web files with desktop apps
Version control, Check-in/out, Lock-out
Desktop folder synchronization</li></ul>Data Collaboration and Reporting<br /><ul><li>Create on-the-fly collaborative info...
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Learning from the Facebook collaboration model, enterprise Platforms as a Service (PaaS) are adding social media features to the base infrastructure layer. This presentation provides an overview of this trend, highlights the first movers, and the value to partner ecosystems.

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Adding Social Features To Cloud Computing

  1. 1. adding social features to the enterprise cloud<br />learning from FaceBook<br />
  2. 2. PaaS (platform as a service) defined<br />Next generation of computing platforms provide…<br />compute infrastructure<br />relational database<br />development tools<br />provisioning and promotion (marketplace)<br />… in the cloud.<br />Examples<br />Salesforce force.com, Microsoft Azure, Cisco Connect, Intuit Partner Platform, Amazon Web Services, Google AppEngine<br />
  3. 3. Social application features<br />Home portal <br />My homepage<br />Inbox for activity and content “feeds”<br />Apps, dashboards and other content<br />Social graphs<br />Your human network, aka “buddy list”<br />Groups (Workspaces)<br />Community sub portals<br />Buddy lists further organized into groups<br />Follow<br />Automatically track the actions of your buddy list and groups<br />examples<br />FaceBook (consumer), Jive (enterprise)<br />
  4. 4. PaaS + Social features = Facebook for the enterprise<br />Collaboration approach for personal life applies to professional life<br />connect people, apps, and content for better collaboration<br />Enterprise adds enhanced privacy control and integration with corporate systems<br />social platforms enable better control with less regulation<br />The trend in 2010 is for IT to augment a broader PaaS strategy with social features versus stand alone social platforms<br />Force.com + chatter vsBasecamp<br />Natural evolution of PaaS<br />adds messaging to core PaaS service architecture<br />The battle is to own the inbox of the knowledge worker<br />ground zero for collaborating on data and apps<br />
  5. 5. catalyst for inorganic growth of partner ecosystems<br />Native app providers supply the “fuel” that drives the social engine<br />data and actions that are tracked in the enterprise<br />Inbox messages shuttle business apps<br />e.g. DreamTeam encapsulates project tasks, managed documents, and live reports in messages delivered by the network<br />The message is the launching point for collaboration via enterprise apps<br />Put another way, the social network delivers native apps directly to the corporate inbox!<br />providing new viral awareness for native apps<br />
  6. 6. cloud platforms in 2010<br />1/20/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />6<br />
  7. 7. cloud platform comparison<br />1/20/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />7<br />
  8. 8. About DreamFactory<br />Maximizing the enterprise cloud<br />1/20/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />8<br />
  9. 9. 9<br />plug and play productivity for cloud platforms<br />1/20/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />9<br />
  10. 10. 10<br />essential apps for your corporate cloud<br />DreamFactory Workgroup Suite<br />Enterprise-grade Project Management<br /><ul><li>Cross enterprise collaboration
  11. 11. Rich Gantt charts, T&E, Resource Mgmt
  12. 12. Full MS project import</li></ul>Web 2.0 Document Collaboration<br /><ul><li>Webtop blends web files with desktop apps
  13. 13. Version control, Check-in/out, Lock-out
  14. 14. Desktop folder synchronization</li></ul>Data Collaboration and Reporting<br /><ul><li>Create on-the-fly collaborative information managers
  15. 15. Rich reporting with org views, pipeline views, and trend analysis
  16. 16. Excel import transforms flat files into shared databases</li></ul>1/20/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />
  17. 17. 11<br />DreamFactory Power Tools<br />customize and manage your cloud(s)<br />Change and Release Management <br /><ul><li>Monitor, track, and synchronize cloud database states
  18. 18. Designed for administrators
  19. 19. Document for compliance</li></ul>Data Mobility<br /><ul><li>Enables power users to seamlessly move business information across cloud and desktop databases
  20. 20. e.g. Salesforce sales opps WebEx Connect portal
  21. 21. e.g. Excel spreadsheets  Azure database for sharing</li></ul>Application Development<br /><ul><li>Rapidly publish rich apps on cloud platforms
  22. 22. Automate WYSIWYG business engagement forms
  23. 23. Drag, drop and connect empowers operational users</li></ul>1/20/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />
  24. 24. 12<br />DreamFactory Browser Platform<br />better, faster, cheaper cloud dev<br />DreamFactory turns the browser into a super dev client for the cloud<br />The only pure services approach redefines agile development on cloud platforms<br />iPhone like development model for native enterprise data!<br />3 to 4x performance advantage<br />e.g. Azure<br />e.g. Azure<br />vs<br />Appserver<br />DF smart browser platform<br />Browser client<br />
  25. 25. DreamFactory firsts in PaaS milestones<br />2005: Salesforce launches multi-force. <br /><ul><li>DreamFactory delivers DreamTeam project collaboration, the first native multi-force application</li></ul>2006: Salesforce launches AppExchange marketplace<br /><ul><li>DreamFactory applications dominate 9 of 15 key AppExchange categories</li></ul>2007: Amazon introduces simple db, simple storage<br /><ul><li>DreamFactory delivers the first workgroup productivity suite 100% native to Amazon Web Services</li></ul>2009: Microsoft launches Azure<br /><ul><li>DreamFactory is the first native enterprise ISV to support Azure with workgroup suite and power tools for Azure SQL</li></ul>2009: Cisco WebEx launches their social app cloud platform.<br /><ul><li>DreamFactory Suite is the first native ISV to participate adding social project, document and data collaboration to Connect ‘s collaborative framework</li></li></ul><li>info<br />Free development tools: www.dreamfactory.org<br />Workgroup apps: www.dreamfactory.com<br />Contact us:<br />sales@dreamfactory.com<br />Phone: 650-641-1800<br />Toll Free: 888-399-3732<br />Video tutorials:<br />Workgroup suite: http://www.dreamfactory.com/scenario/DreamTeam/Index.html   <br />Power tools: http://www.dreamfactory.com/scenario/Utilities/Index.html                                       <br />
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