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CloudGov 2014 - Cloud & Related Technologies for PSUs and Government Businesses - Prem Narayan, Director, Foreign Procurement...


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CloudGov 2014 - Cloud & Related Technologies for PSUs and Government Businesses - Prem Narayan, Director, Foreign Procurement...

CloudGov 2014 - Cloud & Related Technologies for PSUs and Government Businesses - Prem Narayan, Director, Foreign Procurement...

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  • sells services to anyone on the Internet. In the traditional mainstream sense, resources are dynamically provisioned on a fine-grained, self-service basis over the Internet, via web applications/ web services, from an off-site third-party provider who bills on a fine-grained utility computing basis.
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    • 1. Cloud & Related Technologies for PSUs and Government Businesses Presentation By Prem Narayan Director rs (f) Ministry of railways June 10, 2014 At Royal Plaza, New Delhi Elets CloudGov 2014
    • 2. • The IT industry is rapidly moving towards a world of mobile, cloud, big data, and social computing services – much faster than many realize. These technologies are forecasted to drive 90% of all IT growth over the next 5-7 years (IDC Nov 2012) • In the federal government, agency leaders are looking to mobile and cloud technologies to offset increased budgetary pressures. These platforms allow agencies to reduce real estate, energy, and IT capital / infrastructure costs from increased worker mobility, telecommuting and cloud adoption • By 2015, the federal government plans to save close to $5B annually through data center consolidation enabled by cloud computing (NextGov Jan 2013) Introduction
    • 3. • The cloud computing market in India is expected to grow at a CAGR of 40 per cent by 2015 to Rs 11,200 Crores ( $3 Bn.) from an estimated $66.7 million in 2009, $ 500 Mn. In 2011 driven by cost and performance efficiencies • During the same period, the global revenues from cloud services will grow from $29 Bn. to over $70 Bn. • India’s massive small and medium (SME) business and consumer segments are the main drivers of cloud computing, owing to its cost effectiveness • Some well know cloud services today are Google's search, Apple's iTunes, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft's Azure.. • As compute loads grow multi times, there is need for new architectures for IT systems. Introduction…
    • 4. Source: IDC October 2008 Worldwide IT Cloud Spending 2012
    • 5. • Maximum return on their investment • Expanding services to the citizens while reducing costs • Robust security to achieve cloud – enabled outcomes • Transition to a cloud – computing environment • Robust security, The vertical legacy, Public returns Challenges
    • 6. - the Fifth Generation of Computing (after Mainframe, Personal Computer, Client- Server Computing, and the web) - the biggest thing since the web? “……that cloud computing is one of the Top 15 Technology Trends and that it warrants investment now so you can gain the experience necessary to take advantage of it in its many forms to transform your organization into a more efficient and responsive service provider to the business.” Forrester Research, October 13, 2009 “Cloud computing means using Web services for our computing needs which could include using software applications, storing data, accessing computing power, or using a platform to build applications. “ "Cloud Computing," to put it simply, means "Internet Computing." The Internet is commonly visualized as clouds; hence the term “cloud computing” for computation done through the Internet. With Cloud Computing users can access database resources via the Internet from anywhere, for as long as they need, without worrying about any maintenance or management of actual resources. What is cloud computing?
    • 7. Enterprise Data Storage Service Office Apps On Demand CPUsPrinting Service Cloud Provider #1 Cloud Provider #2 Internal Cloud CRM Service … Service 3 Backup Service ILM ServiceService Service Service Business Apps/Service Employee User … … … The Internet Cloud Computing: Models
    • 8. • Public cloud: Cloud infrastructure shared or accessible by all, with applications and services delivered through the internet. e.g. Amazon Web Services and Google's AppEngine • Private cloud: Restricted cloud infrastructure operated by or on behalf of a specific organization, available exclusively to approved users affiliated with that organization, cloud services delivered using a private network. e.g. Dell private cloud, IBM private cloud • Community cloud: Multitenant, private cloud infrastructure that supports a specific community, consisting of two or more organizations that have shared concerns. e.g. IBM’s federal community cloud to help federal government • Hybrid cloud: Combination of two or more of the preceding cloud types Cloud computing types
    • 9. • To look for professional services group that best suits organizational needs • The team of experts to work with government IT teams to create a wish list for making the transition • Important goals for the transition: • Choice – vendor and technology independent, open, secure • Alignment with operational strategy and goals • A comprehensive, architectural approach • A highly secure development architecture for organizatioanl needs • Rapid time to market Strategy for Transition to cloud computing
    • 10. • Provision of virtualised architecture, integrated tools, facilities plan, workload migration and validation activities • Security technology architecture and physical safety designs • Proven methodologies • Best practices • Deep knowledge of the core systems within the cloud environment • Adherence to plans and enabling on-time delivery of a fully implemented cloud model • Knowledge transfer should be an ongoing process providing operational confidence for in-house experts Implementation
    • 11. • Architectural reviews • Security audits, security architecture and posture assessments, and ongoing security operations office • Cost reduction excercises • Process improvements • Tool customization • Post deployment or day to day support Optimization
    • 12. • Data safety • Data confidentiality • Data privacy • Browser security • Cloud integrity and binding • Network security • Flooding and denial-of-service attacks • Regulatory compliances • Data centre location • Dedicated security team to ease transition Security issues
    • 13. • Operational cost savings • Lower cost of ownership to improved agility • Reduces energy consumption significantly • Increased efficiency and availability • Simplification and standardization • Accelerate the development of a financially justified cloud strategy with a measurable ROI • Design a secure network infrastructure to underpin a government cloud-computing system • Help ensure that infrastructure, management, people and processes maximize the success of the transition to cloud computing • At the micro level, enterprises that used cloud computing services are freed of worrying about the technological issues related to IT installations Benefits
    • 14. • As ROI in cloud computing continue to rise, there is widespread conviction that cloud technology will be extensively and successfully used by government organizations. • As a catalyst for overcoming the traditional, siloed approach to IT in government, cloud services will contribute to a more efficient, responsible and safe IT environment. • In order to support a smooth transition and optimal outcomes, government should first develop a comprehensive cloud strategy that addresses government specific objectives and challenges-particularly around security. • Forward thinking on the part of government is required to understand how to deploy cloud platforms not only securely, but also in the smartest, most efficient way possible. Conclusion
    • 15. Thank you Elets CloudGov 2014