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SME Technology for 2010 - Cloud is Everywhere

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    • SME’s and Technology for 2010 Jojo Colina Head – Product Management & Development ePLDT [email_address]
    • 2010: The Cloud is everywhere!
    • What is Cloud Computing?
      • Cloud computing is a general term for computing services accessed through the Internet.
    • What is Cloud Computing?
      • Cloud computing is a general term for computing services accessed through the Internet.
        • Infrastructure
    • What is Cloud Computing?
      • Cloud computing is a general term for computing services accessed through the Internet.
        • Infrastructure
        • E-mail and Collaboration
    • What is Cloud Computing?
      • Cloud computing is a general term for computing services accessed through the Internet.
        • Infrastructure
        • E-mail and Collaboration
        • ERP/Supply Chain Management
    • What is Cloud Computing?
      • Cloud computing is a general term for computing services accessed through the Internet.
        • Infrastructure
        • E-mail and Collaboration
        • ERP/Supply Chain Management
        • Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity
    • What is Cloud Computing?
      • Cloud computing is a general term for computing services accessed through the Internet.
        • Infrastructure
        • E-mail and Collaboration
        • ERP/Supply Chain Management
        • Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity
        • Business Intelligence
    • What is Cloud Computing?
      • Cloud computing is a general term for computing services accessed through the Internet.
        • Infrastructure
        • E-mail and Collaboration
        • ERP/Supply Chain Management
        • Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity
        • Business Intelligence
        • Sales Force Automation
    • Characteristics of Cloud Computing?
      • Hosted at a superior Data Center
      • Shared Platform
      • Location Independent
      • Maintenance and upgrades performed by vendor
      • No CAPEX requirements
      • Easily Scalable
      • Subscription or Utility Model
    • Infrastructure in the Cloud
      • VPS (Virtual Private Servers)
        • Dedicated Server
        • CPU/Memory/Storage configurable
        • Administrative access
        • Fast Deployment
        • Monthly Fixed Cost
    • Infrastructure in the Cloud
      • Utility Computing
        • Dedicated Servers on demand
        • Configurable by the user
        • Deployed by the user on demand
        • Billed on a utility model (pay for use)
        • Similar to Amazon EC2
      • Cloud Storage
        • Available
          • Can be accessed from any location
          • Quick deployment
        • Scalable
          • Capacity can be increased on demand
        • Resilient
          • Data is redundantly stored
        • Secure
          • Multiple data protection techniques employed
    • Why Infrastructure in the Cloud?
      • Abstraction of the hardware and server requirements from the application.
        • Focus on your core business.
        • Faster to market.
        • Predictable costs over time
        • Instant Scaling
      • Lower Costs.
      • The user need not pay a single (usually large) licensing fee. He only needs to pay recurring subscription or usage fees.
      • Fewer Personnel.
      • The need for specially trained IT personnel to handle maintenance, monitoring and software updates is eliminated. The Cloud provider will provide a dedicated team to handle these tasks.
      • Advanced Systems.
      • Cloud Applications will be more advanced in terms of reliability, availability and security than most SME solutions traditionally available.
      • Client and Provider Goals Alignment.
      • Providers must now work consistently to earn the continued business of the client. There is no assured lock in since the client is free to leave with their data at any time.
    • What to look for in a Cloud Vendor
      • Financial Stability
        • Ability to finance continued operations
      • Transparency
        • Quality Assurance
        • Verifiable Capabilities
      • Security and Data Protection
        • Documented Security Policies
      • Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
        • Clear SLA with documented Remedies
      • Support
        • 24/7 Support?
    • Cloud Ready Infrastructure
      • VITRO Internet Exchange (VIX)
          • Internet Content Exchange
          • Connected directly to most major Internet Providers
      VIX Peering Vitro IDC
    • 2010: The Cloud is everywhere!
      • Utility Computing
      • Demonstration
      • Thank you!
      • For inquiries,
      • Call ePLDT Corporate Hotline 885-0000
      • or email sales@epldt.com