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1) The shift in infrastructure implementation - new trend
2) Migration challenges & cost from legacy to cloud & hybrid cloud
3) Datacenter management cost comparison - legacy infrastructure vs new one
4) Benefit of transition into Cloud...

Presented by: David Senf
Vice President, Infrastructure & Cloud Solutions

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  • 1. Confidential: Not for external use or attribution Technology Megatrends Reshaping IT: What’s Your Migration Path David Senf Vice President, Infrastructure & Cloud Solutions
  • 2. A Rising Tide Of IT Complexity 2 Source: IDC Canada, Top Executive Survey, Sept 2013 n=160 38% 45% 64% 66% Biz Execs IT Execs IT complexity is a major challenge 2012 looking ahead to 2013 2013 looking ahead to 2014 Why is the Complexity Gap widening?
  • 3. A Rising Tide Of IT Complexity 3 Source: IDC Canada, Top Executive Survey, Sept 2013 n=160 38% 45% 64% 66% Biz Execs IT Execs IT complexity is a major challenge 2012 looking ahead to 2013 2013 looking ahead to 2014 Why is the Complexity Gap widening? Infrastructure Investments Total Medium Large Behind 48% 47% 54% Doing OK 30% 30% 33% Ahead 22% 23% 13%
  • 4. 1960-1980  Millions of users  Thousands of apps 2005-2020+  Billions of Users  Millions of Apps  10x Servers, 14x Storage  Trillions of Things  Industry Solutions 1980-2005  100s of Millions of Users  Tens of Thousands of Apps A “Once Every 20-25 Year” Shift… 4
  • 5. Better managed / measured IT achieved 36% time on Innovation 5N=309; Thinking of a period of 12 months, please estimate how on average total IT personnel time would be divided between the following categories. - Median Summary The True Cost of Complexity 25% Innovation 75% Keeping the Lights On Current IT Mix 50% Innovation 50% Keeping the Lights On Ideal IT Mix
  • 6. Department 100-999 employees 1000+ employees IT Operations 55% 50% Sales 42% 28% Customer support 41% 41% Human resources 36% 28% Financial & accounting 27% 30% Marketing 27% 30% Senior executive team 27% 17% Supply chain & logistics 16% 20% Engineering/R&D 10% 7% Application development 9% 17% Distribution/channel mgmt 7% 11% Other 6% 11% Legal & corporate affairs 5% 7% Departments to Most Significantly Benefit from Cloud: The Need for Controlling Shadow IT 6 More focus from IT, medium and large biz More focus from LOB, medium and large biz Growth in medium biz for HR and Finance from 2013 Source: IDC Canada, 2014 IT trying to become a service provider/broker as line of business tech spend/ influence surpasses $10B
  • 7. Expectations Across Canada of their Cloud Provider… •79% Want prior trusted relationship •72% Want as few providers as possible •75% Want “Cloud Also” 7Source: IDC Canada, 2014
  • 8. Cloud Services Deployment Models 8 Single-tenant delivery Multi-tenant delivery Managed Private Cloud Dedicated Private Cloud Virtual Private Cloud Public Cloud Hosted Private Cloud Customer site Service provider site Source: IDC Canada, 2014
  • 9. Operating A Hybrid Cloud Future 9 Single-tenant delivery Multi-tenant delivery Managed Private Cloud Dedicated Private Cloud Virtual Private Cloud Public Cloud Hosted Private Cloud Customer site Service provider site What’s At Play Across A Hybrid Future? Platform (e.g., network, server, hypervisor) Management (e.g., SLAs, provisioning, service catalogue) Security (e.g., access control, encryption) Discover/control shadow IT (e.g., rogue public cloud usage) UI (e.g., familiar look, feel, features) IT skills (e.g., certifications, ease of integration) Devices (e.g., mobile, server) … Source: IDC Canada, 2014 Cross Cloud Management Tools
  • 10. Total Cloud 3.2 billion Cloud Transformation Underway $0 $500 $1,000 $1,500 $2,000 $2,500 $3,000 $3,500 2013 2017 Private hosted $554M IaaS $372M PaaS $229M SaaS $2.04B Total Cloud $1.3 billion Private hosted $170M IaaS $62M PaaS $105M SaaS $993M 10Source: IDC Canada, 2014
  • 11. Where Will Your Apps Be Deployed in 2017? Workloads moving away from… Workloads moving towards... Physical Desktop Physical IT Infrastructure Email Virtual Web Virtual Desktop App dev IT Infrastructure ERP - Private cloud Private cloud App dev ERP CRM Hosted Hosted Web ERP DW Public Public Email ERP CRM 11Source: IDC Canada, 2014
  • 12. Hybrid Maturity: From Architecture to Implementation 12 Level Category Description 2014 2017 Level 1 Initial Ad hoc exploration of cloud options. Beginning pilots for specific use cases 46% 11% Level 2 Managed Gathering input from across the business. Starting to cloud-enable IT resources. Still reactive 29% 20% Level 3 Defined Standardized process for implementation, cost and other technology options across delivery models 15% 31% Level 4 Quantitative Orchestrate cloud services across the business, predictably. Measure and manage cloud services 7% 19% Level 5 Optimized Extend IT and cloud capabilities into new product offerings. Continuous process improvement 3% 19% Source: IDC Canada, 2014 I/5 large firms and 1/10 midmarket firms monitor themselves along a maturity scale of some kind
  • 13. But Why?!?! 13 Indicators More Mature IT Boasts… Server to admin ratio: 54% more servers / admin Virt server to admin ratio: 77% more virt servers / admin Storage capacity to admins: 44% more capacity / admin App deployment time: 36% faster deployment Time on Innovation vs. Keeping the Lights On: 36% on Innovation vs. 24% as the average Invests in automation/ orchestration Farther ahead of the industry average Actively tracks / measures: Top focus: Change and Portfolio Management Measures impact / ROI of discretionary spend: Majority do vs. very few of the lower performers Revenue growth: 38% more likely to show growth – and higher growth Canadian study on IT operations, 2014
  • 14. Datacentre Management Costs Continue to Swell 2000 2014 70% 10% 20% Server Spend Management P&C Spend 38% 9% 53% 14 10x Servers, 14x Storage by 2020, but few additional IT headcount
  • 15. 15 Benefits of Converged Infrastructure Benefits 2014 Improve utilization of IT resources 46% Simplified management 45% Lower TCO 34% Improved disaster recovery 28% Power efficiency 28% Improved business agility 16% More focus since last year More focus since last year – why not more?
  • 16. Transition from Unix/Mainframe to x86 40.4% 38.7% 33.9% 27.7% 59.6% 61.3% 66.1% 72.3% 2010 2011 2012 2013 Non-x86 x86 Unix and Mainframe revenue as a % of total market revenue in Canada has dropped from 40.4% in 2010 to 27.7% 2013 16 Note: 2013 data includes Q1-Q3 actual and Q4 2013 forecast.
  • 17. Linux Grabbing Share in ERP, Datawarehousing and App Dev 17 Workloads Unix Linux Windows Business Processing 43% 17% 16% Decision Support 20% 10% 10% Application Development 7% 10% 7% Collaborative 6% 12% 19% IT Infrastructure 15% 29% 36% Web Infrastructure 6% 15% 10% Industrial R&D 2% 6% 3% 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3
  • 18. KPIs for RHEL vs. Other Platforms 18 Business Value Highlights of Linux $4,000 per 100 users of infrastructure cost reductions 44% increase of IT staff productivity 54% reduction in the number of downtime incidents 32% fewer help desk calls 361% three-year ROI of 361% 5.1 month payback on a comparative basis to other platforms RHEL Other Platforms Advantage Average number of users per server 127 98 30% Average number of physical servers per server admin 40 20 100% Time to deploy a new business application (days) 46 53 13% Time to upgrade mission critical applications (hours) 7.63 11.6 34% IDC Worldwide Study
  • 19. Agility: What’s Next? Months to deploy Traditional DaysVirtualization HoursConverged Mins?SDDC 19 © IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC
  • 20. Impact of Cloud on IT Staff: Opportunity to Assure Staff of Their Cloud Future 20 Small Mid Large Reduce 10% 11% 13% Redeploy 20% 42% 52% Add 13% 6% 11% Don't know 57% 41% 24% Lots of uncertainty about cloud impact on IT headcount. Likely more staff redeployed than cutbacks Source: IDC Canada, 2014 Employee count: Small = <100 Mid = 100-499 Large = 500+
  • 21. Reduce manual effort on way to being a service provider! Improve automation / orchestration to reduce management complexity and drive higher datacentre efficiency Plan for migration into the 3rd Platform! Requirements across the mix of workloads and data determine how new technologies fit into the evolution of your architectures Take a maturity approach to hybrid! Focus on progress around key processes such as business service management, portfolio management and change management Final Thoughts 1 2 3 21
  • 22. Questions? David Senf dsenf@idc.com 416-673-2206