Baby-Stepping Into the Cloud with Hybrid Workloads

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An introduction to hybrid options for moving SharePoint into the cloud, with guidance on the planning, security, and governance concerns around your transition to the cloud and in managing two (or …

An introduction to hybrid options for moving SharePoint into the cloud, with guidance on the planning, security, and governance concerns around your transition to the cloud and in managing two (or more) disparate systems.

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  • Everything SharePoint
    Internal products in Umlindi, Umlindi 365 and A-Team
  • Discuss E2open background, early forays into cloud infrastructure and what we learned about building SaaS offerings.
    Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
    E-commerce
    Telecom advances
    SOAP and XML
    Service-Oriented Architecture
    Web Services
    Virtualization
    Inexpensive hardware
  • Screen shots of OneDrive, Delve, Groups, Yammer
    Talk about how we connect today
    Give some examples of team collab
  • The real risk is not recognizing that your end users are already putting corporate data in the cloud. Use the puppy analogy. Its all about redirect, but in a more secure, controlled way.
  • You can try it, and if you don’t like it, revert back
  • The real risk is not recognizing that your end users are already putting corporate data in the cloud. Use the puppy analogy. Its all about redirect, but in a more secure, controlled way.
  • Decisions need to be made about build or buy, out source or keep in house
  • Customer receives a completed application and functionality with agreed upon SLAs, system uptime, and quality of service (performance).
    The downside is that there is minimal ability to customize, and new features/updates/changes are driven by market demand or the capabilities of the provider.

    How do Cloud services differ from traditional managed services? The primary difference is that you say goodbye to the major platform upgrades every 3 or 4 years, and move toward more of an iterative update.
    As cloud-based service providers, their revenue model changes dramatically as customers move from a high-cost, project-based model to a recurring revenue model.
  • An environment that provides great application-level control over the SharePoint environment, including access to cloud storage and other services. However, this greater level of application control shifts support/ownership of the application (SharePoint) to the customer.
  • Delivered as virtual environments and cloud storage. Customer is responsible for the entire platform and applications. Generally used by ISVs, SIs, and customers with very complex, unique development requirements.
  • These factors will help you decided how much your own organization can support, as well as help you determine the suitability of vendors
  • Point out that in this example, cloud = Office365

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  • 1. @buckleyplanet
  • 2. Christian Buckley Managing Director, Americas cbuck@gtconsult.com www.buckleyplanet.com @buckleyplanet
  • 3. About GTconsult
  • 4. Collaboration has evolved
  • 5. SharePoint Growth & Evolution SharePoint Releases Metadata Content
  • 6. http://www.eweek.com/small-business/public-it-cloud-services-spending- to-reach-108-billion-by-2017-idc.html
  • 7. Organizing for the Cloud
  • 8. • • • •
  • 9. • • • • •
  • 10. A recent survey by UBS AG of 101 CIOs in the U.S. and Europe found that more than half would move some workloads to a public cloud, but it would be a gradual process, while a third of respondents said they were moving to a public cloud as quickly as possible. (Wall Street Journal, July 16, 2014)
  • 11. Is there risk in moving my data to the cloud?
  • 12. of workers used an unsanctioned cloud service for document storage in the last 6 months 41% 87% $1.8 of these workers knew their company had policies forbidding such practices (billion) estimated annual cost to remedy the data loss New Mobile Survey Reveals 41% of Employees Are Deliberately Leaking Confidential Data http://onforb.es/18h92Nv
  • 13. According to IDC: • 74% expect their cloud service to be able to move a cloud offering back on-premise if needed. • 63% expect to have a single major cloud service provider. • 67% expect to purchase a wide variety of services from a single vendor. • 84% want an established relationship with a vendor to trust them as a cloud service provider.
  • 14. Of course, migrations could be faster
  • 15. While migrations can be slow, Microsoft has options
  • 16. • • • • •
  • 17. On Premises Cloud
  • 18. On Premises Cloud
  • 19. On Premises Cloud
  • 20. On Premises Cloud AD Azure AD
  • 21. On Premises Cloud
  • 22. On Premises Cloud
  • 23. On premises
  • 24. • • • • • • • •
  • 25. Partner Hosted Private Cloud • Dedicated environment • Externally hosted • Externally or internally managed • Internally designed Self Hosted Private Cloud • Dedicated environment • Internally hosted • Internally managed • Internally designed Shared or Dedicated Public Cloud • Shard or dedicated environment • Externally hosted • Externally managed • Externally designed Dedicated Public Cloud • Partially or fully dedicated • Externally hosted • Externally or internally managed • Minimal customization http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/4633.what-is-infrastructure-as-a-service.aspx Traditional on premises
  • 26. Private Cloud Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure maintained solely for customer On premises or off Managed by the customer, or by a 3rd party hoster Multiple infrastructure options Components both on premises and off premises Management spread between customer and 3rd party hosters Public Cloud Infrastructure shared by multiple customers Off premises Managed by 3rd party on behalf of customers
  • 27. • Standardized (packaged) platform • Provided with Service Level Agreements (SLAs) • Minimal customization • Both software and hardware infrastructure provided within the service
  • 28. • Architectural and development access to application services, storage, and application runtime • Infrastructure Service Level Agreements (SLAs), but work must be conducted within agreed framework • Some customizations allowed, within framework • Both software and hardware infrastructure provided within the service
  • 29. • Virtualized hardware and software, including servers, storage, and network infrastructure • All components delivered as metered services (pay per use) • Complete application control and customization
  • 30. • Testing is essential to understanding which workloads should move forward. • Size and geographical distribution of an organization can affect cloud adoption. • Regulatory compliance and governance requirements can limit cloud options. • External collaboration may require on prem farms. • Service-level agreements (SLAs) may limit cloud options. • Enables customers to use preferred features from SharePoint 2013 on prem and SharePoint Online. • It is important to understand the ROI of any proposed solution (and the cost of change). • Hybrid may be more of a transitional environment from on prem to the cloud. http://www.sharepointnutsandbolts.com/2014/02/office-365-sharepoint-hybrid-what-you-do-and-do-not-get.html
  • 31. Location / facilities On Premises Cloud Hybrid Need space and maintenance planning Most likely provided Software licenses and support Licensing costs, but also upgrades and ongoing support Included in vendor-hosted solutions Hardware and maintenance Need to purchase, support and maintain, and upgrade as platform matures Included in vendor-hosted solutions Onsite support, personnel skills Administrative, developer, and end user skills and training Still requires administrative and possibly dev skills, end user training Need space and maintenance planning Licensing costs, but also upgrades and ongoing support Need to purchase, support and maintain, and upgrade as platform matures Administrative, developer, and end user skills and training
  • 32. Level of On Premises Cloud Hybrid customization Full control Limited to none in SaaS, some control over PaaS, full control over IaaS Limited ability to integrate depending on SaaS, PaaS, or IaaS Governance, auditing, security, compliance Many limitations OTB, but very robust tools from partners Limited Very complex across on prem and cloud components, very manual Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Needs to be planned, limited features OTB Defined in SLAs Upgrades and migration Some OTB capabilities, 3rd party for tighter control and predictability Microsoft recommends 3rd party tools Very complex across on prem and cloud components, very manual Some OTB capabilities, 3rd party for tighter control and predictability
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  • 37. Thank you! cbuck@gtconsult.com www.buckleyplanet.com @buckleyplanet