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Case study: Building a business case for cloud, migration in practice and spreading the word
Case study: Building a business case for cloud, migration in practice and spreading the word
Case study: Building a business case for cloud, migration in practice and spreading the word
Case study: Building a business case for cloud, migration in practice and spreading the word
Case study: Building a business case for cloud, migration in practice and spreading the word
Case study: Building a business case for cloud, migration in practice and spreading the word
Case study: Building a business case for cloud, migration in practice and spreading the word
Case study: Building a business case for cloud, migration in practice and spreading the word
Case study: Building a business case for cloud, migration in practice and spreading the word
Case study: Building a business case for cloud, migration in practice and spreading the word
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Case study: Building a business case for cloud, migration in practice and spreading the word

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A talk delivered by Rocco Labellarte, Head of Technology and Change Delivery, Corporate Services at Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. This presentation was given at Cloud Control: Implementing …

A talk delivered by Rocco Labellarte, Head of Technology and Change Delivery, Corporate Services at Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. This presentation was given at Cloud Control: Implementing Cloud Computing, a seminar hosted by Civil Service World and Eduserv.

Topics covered include the process of building a case for cloud, the benefits and lessons learnt.

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  • 1. 1 Rocco Labellarte – Head of Technology and Change Delivery The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council Cloud Control: Implementing Cloud Computing
  • 2. The Process, The Timeline Recognise a need Establish a strategy Get people on-board Ensure costs stack up Identify mature suppliers Deliver
  • 3. 3 Building The Business Case NO LONG-TERM CONTRACT TIE-INS LIMITED INVESTMENT CAPITAL AN AGEING INFRASTRUCTURE
  • 4. 4 Building The Business Case TRANSLATE TECHOLOGY INTO WHAT CUSTOMERS WANT BREAK THE STRATEGY DOWN INTO MEANINGFUL OUTCOMES BE VERY PRECISE ON WHAT YOU WILL DELIVER AND BY WHEN
  • 5. Meaningful Outcomes COLLABORATION & PRODUCTIVITY SOFTWARE SERVER VIRTUALISATION LEGACY APPLICATION PACKAGING OFFICE WI-FI 4G MOBILE TELEPHONY PaaS: Cloud Telephony IaaS: IL2 / IL3 HOSTING 5 VIRTUAL DESKTOP & REMOTE ACCESS PSN SECURI TY SaaS & Application Consolidation
  • 6. Less Obvious Obstacles Architectural design considerations, security, firewall proliferation, operating system constraints, legacy software compatibility, Java versions, affordable skills, data separation, interfaces, capital versus revenue, contract negotiations, like-for-like comparisons, political priorities, the day job… 6
  • 7. A Few Lessons Learnt 7  An ageing infrastructure really helps make the case financially  In-house expertise is worth it’s weight in gold (& less expensive)  Application rationalisation would have slowed progress down Professor Dev Ops
  • 8. A Few More Lessons Learnt 8  Some providers are tuned into the Cloud, others are still not  BYOD can be a can of worms and a licensing headache  We thought we were secure; now we know we are secure
  • 9.  G-Cloud makes things simpler, but not simple  The devil is in the detail (read the small print)  Projects takes time (the day job, and politics, get in the way) Even More Lessons Learnt 9
  • 10. Some Of The Practical Benefits 10 Smarter Working practices for staff Better Connected solutions for customers Lower Operating Costs for the council
  • 11. What Next? 11

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