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Kentucky gis

  1. 1. Cloud Computing and the Public Sector Or why I love my house. Ed Saipetch Sr. vSpecialist - Service Providers EMC @edsai on twitter http://breathingdata.com/
  2. 2. Why is it relevant? • Opportunities • Reduce costs • Increase revenue • Government initiatives support Cloud
  3. 3. What do Clouds taste like? • SLA-focused. Pay- as-you-go. • Flexible/Scalable/ Resilient • Low cost of entry • Secure
  4. 4. The Cloud • Software as a Service • Platform as a Service Public Cloud • Infrastructure as a service Private Cloud You Control Federation Cloud Virtualized Computing Datacenter Virtualization Information and Network Security Internal Cloud External Cloud Inside Firewall Outside Firewall
  5. 5. SaaS - Software as a Service • Software as a Service • Hardware/Operating System/Application are abstracted • More simplicity / Less control
  6. 6. PaaS - Platform as a Service • App development in the Cloud • Hardware/Operating System are abstracted • Quick development, low cost entry • Uses common languages (.Net, RoR, Java) • Rich API service integration
  7. 7. IaaS - Infrastructure as a Service • Private/Hybrid/On & Off Prem. • 100% Virtualized • Self-service portals • Bring and/or Maintain your own OS/App
  8. 8. Other services • Storage - Inexpensive object-based • Backup - Data protection • Unified Communications/Collaboration
  9. 9. Is the Cloud right for you?
  10. 10. It depends.* (*yes. we all hate that answer)
  11. 11. Risk • What can I put in the Cloud? • Regulations & Compliance • Data offshore? • Trust but verify • Acceptable fault domains (1 provider?)
  12. 12. Governance • *aaS can bring good behavior • Deliver IT as a service • End users want us out of the way • Server huggers/ IT pros want control
  13. 13. p le x am GIS Consumer Portal App E on PaaS • Use case: Mobile app or Mashup • What’s required: • .Net, Java or Ruby on Rails app • PaaS platform understanding • Benefit: Rapid development. Low cost. Scalable platform.
  14. 14. p le x am GIS Analytics App E on IaaS/PaaS • Use case: Image recognition/Large data set analytics • What’s required • .Net, Java or Ruby on Rails to dev app on Azure, Spring, Joyent or similar • Benefit: Rapid development. Low cost. Scalable platform.
  15. 15. p le a m E x Outsourced Infrastructure • Move to IaaS in a regional SAS 70 datacenter • What’s required: • 100% virtualization (it’s a journey) • Benefit: Lower costs at small scales, little NRE (Non-recoverable Engineering)
  16. 16. What do I do next? • Assess internal IT infrastructure (IaaS) • Capex vs Opex • Develop new apps to bring in revenue (PaaS) or use as leverage • Reduce IT Management workload (*aaS)
  17. 17. Thank you. Presentation & Resources: http://breathingdata.com/

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