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  • 1. Digital World, 6-8 Dec 2012.Bangabandhu Convention Center. Dhaka, Bangaldesh.Compiled by Md. Aminul Hassan.
  • 2. Cloud Trends, Business Drivers and where the Jobs are At Ed Franklin Senior Advisor to RiverMeadow Software
  • 3.  Cloud Computing is the delivery of computing as a service, where shared hardware, software and information are accessed by devices as a utility It’s an Evolution in technology, pricing and delivery for a “pay as you go” business model to purchasing or using computing You’re already an expert and use it now! ◦ Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Spotify, Instagram, Google Mail, LinkedIn
  • 4.  34.3% of the world is connected to the Internet and worldwide IP traffic will quadruple by 2015 ◦ 30 billion pieces of content were added to Facebook in the past month ◦ 2 billion videos were watched on YouTube yesterday ◦ The average teenager sends over 4 thousand text messages per month By 2016, it is forecasted that there will be nearly 18.9 billion network connections―almost 2.5 connections for each person on earth― compared with 10.3 billion last year The Green Agenda mandates we MUST become more efficient in our use of computing ◦ Electronic waste makes up five percent of all municipal solid waste worldwide and is the fastest growing component ◦ CO2 emissions of the IT industry exceeds that of the entire worldwide aviation industry and will grow 4.5X by 2020 ◦ IT emissions from data centers today account for almost 5% of the world’s carbon emissions ◦ Two Google searches create the same energy required to boil a kettle of water Business models demand utility-based compute/storage as open systems enable applications growth McKinsey found today’s Internet economy was 3.4% of overall GDP in the nations they studied Start-up business plans are based on cloud technology, eliminating need for owned infrastructure
  • 5.  Software spending resulting from proliferation of smart technologies will increase by 25 percent ◦ Previous “dumb” devices will have software embedded in them and be linked to the internet to send and receive data The “mobile workplace” will enable decisions to be made in real time and reduce the need for location and time zone dependency The rise of “Shadow IT” ◦ IT is no longer “protected” in a closed environment, CIO’s have become business partners and not just technologists Web Services/SOA—Web becomes the #1 dev platform ◦ Rise of open sourced software, simple beats complex, heterogeneity rules “Big Data” and next-gen analytics ◦ Store, evaluate, analyze and monetize all of the information that’s being collected Through 2015, 90% of enterprises will bypass broad scale deployment of Windows 8 ◦ Era of PC dominance is coming to an end with the proliferation of tablets, smartphones and “BYOD” “Wearable” smart electronics will emerge as a $10 billion industry ◦ Shirts, shoes, glasses, Fitness tracking, gps, worker productivity, targeted advertisements Estimated that there will be 70 Billion app downloads every year by 2014 Estimated that 40% of world smart phone users will opt-in to context service providers that track activities of our digital habits Mobile payments becomes a real player worldwide
  • 6.  By 2014, IT hiring in major Western markets will come from Asian companies Market consolidation will displace up to 20 percent of the top IT services providers ◦ Lower cost cloud services will reduce upwards of 15 percent of top outsourcing revenue ◦ Global approach to staffing given the need for specific skills In-memory computing growth through advent of cheaper flash storage ◦ Violin Memory, FusionIO, SolidFire By 2015, “big data” demand will create 4.4 million new jobs globally, but at the current pace only one third of those jobs will be filled “Big Data” in the very early stages ◦ IT will focus on developing analytics that enable, track and store data to predict decision making ◦ Hadoop distributions, software, subprojects and related hardware, Next gen data warehouses and related hardware; ◦ Data integration tools and platforms, analytic platforms, applications and data visualization tools Bezos: Be passionate. Dont try to catch the hot thing. Start with the customer and work backwards
  • 7.  Social Mobile Analytics Cloud… it is SMAC (“Smack”)
  • 8. Social
  • 9. Mobile
  • 10. Amount Speed External Quality VeracityVolume Velocity Variety Growth Time Mix Source Sensors New sources bring in new challenges
  • 11. Cloud - Innovator
  • 12. Cloud technology is delivered through a fabric of services… Applications Business Process + ServicesManagement Software Applications DB, Platform Integration, Development Servers, Infrastructure Network, Storage …that need to be stitched together for optimum benefits
  • 13. Cloud ecosystem – nascent, fragmented & growing… Independent System Integrated Stack Providers Software Integrators Vendors Advisory Services Hosting Providers Startups Cloud Consumers Technology Providers …fraught with manageable uncertainties and risks
  • 14. Guzool : awatal Twitter : awatal Gmail : awatal Skype : awatal NYU : aw91@nyu.edu Blog : Watalon.comGuzool Inc.Dec 6 : Digital World 2012Agility. Productivity. Transparency Guzool®
  • 15. BuildingFreelancer David Harrison Vice President Engineering Freelancer.com email: david@freelancer.com twitter: @freelancer We’re hiring – paid summer internships and full-time roles, careers@freelancer.com
  • 16. Freelancer
  • 17. It’s 2012. World Population 7,030,000,000 Number on the Internet 2,267,233,742 (32.3%)Source: Internet World Stats & United Nation
  • 18. Worldwide Internet Penetration 2011 North America Europe 266 million users 475 million users 77.4% penetration 58.4% penetration Asia 825m (of 3834m) 21.5% penetration Africa 110m (of 1014m) Latin America 10.9% penetration 204m (of 592) 34.5% penetration
  • 19. We are the global labour exchange We Empower Entrepreneurs. Globally.
  • 20. Freelancer Globally ➔ Started in 2004 ➔ World’s largest outsourcing marketplace ➔ > 6,700,000 users from > 234 countries / regions ➔ > 4,000,000 posted projects to date ➔ > $888,090,000 in posted projects, roughly equivalent to saving western businesses $500m to $1b in costs.. in $200 projects.. ➔ In top 300 websites globally (Alexa)
  • 21. A few statistics ➔ Between 15-20k users on-site at any time ➔ >150 instances (c1.xlarge, m1.xlarge, m2.4xlarge) (high cpu, high memory) ➔ > 15TB of EBS storage ➔ > 500GB of S3 storage (in 20-40KB files!) ➔ Our databases serve:  > 1.03B requests per day ➔ Our web hosts serve ~257M HTTP requests per day
  • 22. Freelancer.com ishuge in thedeveloping world.Now ranks 21st inBangladesh(155m population) Below: Amazon.com Apple.com MSN.com Bing.com BBC Etc..
  • 23. How GovernmentCan Leverage Cloud Head: Cloud: Asia South Raju_Chellam@dell.com Dhaka. Dec 6-8, 2012 DigitalWorld2012 // DAK // Dec 6-8, 2012 // © Dell Inc
  • 24. Raju Chellum/ Singapore
  • 25. Whats I plan to discuss today Speaker Profile: Raju Chellam: 30 years’ ICT experience• Executive Member (ex): Singapore National Cloud Advisory Panel• Hon President: Singapore Business Continuity Group: SCS• Hon Secretary: Cloud Chapter: Singapore IT Federation. DigitalWorld2012 // DAK // Dec 6-8, 2012 // © Dell Inc
  • 26. Whats cloud? ( from a DC perspective ) Service-based Elastic/Scalable Metered by use Internet technologies Shared/MultiTenanted Authenticated user Strive for low latency DigitalWorld2012 // DAK // Dec 6-8, 2012 // © Dell Inc
  • 27. Why cloud is so hot? Cloud makes a big difference in asset utilization Cloud makes a big difference in cutting DC labor costs +280% +150% Large Scale Cloud Economics TodayPhysical Virtual Cloud Today - 30% - 40% DigitalWorld2012 // DAK // Dec 6-8, 2012 // © Dell Inc
  • 28. Why is cloud so cool?
  • 29. Case Study 1: Government of Taiwan
  • 30. Case Study 2: Government of Singapore
  • 31. Step 1: Keep the end in mind first Standardize Simplify Virtualize Cloud • 1 admin can • Deliver Frictionless• Physical & VM perform • Enhance infra converge performance IT multiple func • Reduce manual • Enable variable• Reduce space & OpEx capability energy • Cut op costs ops • Boost apps • Consumption-• More efficient • Boost IT ser- availability based billing: vice delivery PPU (pay/use) Less $ on Capex Less $ on Opex Less $ on Maint IT as a Service DigitalWorld2012 // DAK // Dec 6-8, 2012 // © Dell Inc
  • 32. Step 2: Go slow. Be systematic. Start with PoC & scale out ABC (Analytics, Big Data, Cloud) Accelerator Your Govt • Analyze: Your needs. Your ICT & apps env. Dept • Bring Together: Work together with Your SI. • Customize: Based on your specific BI/BA needs. • Deploy: Start with PoC & scale out as required. • Empower: Train your key staff on all aspects • Finally: Monitor. Measure. Finetune as required.Workshop Assessment Design Implementation Manage/Support DigitalWorld2012 // DAK // Dec 6-8, 2012 // © Dell Inc
  • 33. Bangladesh – A Potential Destination for Cloud Hosting Redundant Infrastructure Connectivity Support 6 terrestrial links Ample established Infrastructure through Support neighboring countries in 2012 Foreign Direct Thriving IT Resource Pool Investment Industry USD 310 M in FDI in Bangladesh Outsourcing 2012 with Strong resource Destination of more than 1B sustainable pool with deep USD in 2012 Emergence in growth of ~18% knowledge in Cloud Gartner’s Top 30 every year Outsourcing Destinations Cloud Experience Resource Costs Experience in 30-40% cheaper Private Cloud costs GPIT’s Cloud (resource, Project for infrastructure) than Grameen Phone India, Vietnam & Philippines Source: World Bank, Gartner, KPMG, BASIS
  • 34. Potential Early Adopters for Cloud Computing in BangladeshEnterprise Industry Driver Cloud’s Value Proposition Information needed any Mobility & 24/7 Availability time anywhere Secured Information Secured Information Gateway Outsource IT Physical infrastructure infrastructure maintenance not required maintenance More production focused Information at finger tipSMEneed for efficiency so anytime anywhere ensures efficiency IT consolidation needed Provides IT consolidation Industry Driver Cloud’s Value Proposition Upfront investment No upfront investment sensitive required Averse to flat license cost Dynamic licensing Averse to flat charges Pay per use Agility to grow in capacity Scalability based on business demand
  • 35. Drivers for Cloud Computing in Bangladesh  e-Education ◦ Significant gap in educational standards in the rural and urban segments ◦ Bridge the digital divide by enabling the students to access the same kind of educational resources  Pay per use  No upfront cost of buying servers;  No physical proximity is needed  Cheaper to create space for back up data  Many users for the same cloud creating a pooling demand that will make it easy to cut prices and maximize server efficiency.  e- Governance ◦ Bangladesh predicted to emerge as the new Information Society hotspot as Cloud Computing features in the governments development strategy.• e- Banking ◦ Potential of providing micro-finance solutions/loans in rural areas through e-Banking ◦ Complement m-Banking and assist in reaching the vast unbanked population• e-Commerce ◦ Cellbazaar.com powered by GPIT is the pioneer e-Commerce website in Bangladesh with more than 200,000 active users ◦ More than 500,000 unique page views/day
  • 36. Cloud Offerings  SaaS ◦ CRM, E-Mail, Virtual Desktop, Games  PaaS ◦ Execution Run Time, Database, Web Service, Development Tools• IaaS ◦ Virtual Machine, Servers, Storage, Load Balancers, Network
  • 37. GPIT CLOUD – Bangladesh’s first private cloudGPIT CLOUD PROJECT Objectives Project Scope Objectives Project Scope Project Scope • Develop virtual datacenter • Maximize resource utilization and • Intel server virtualization high availability • Develop highly available web platform • Reduce OpEx and CapEx • POC for Exchange and File server virtualization • Time to market • Future readiness of CLOUD computing
  • 38. GPIT CLOUD – Bangladesh’s first private cloud Physical Infrastructure Features of Non-Virtualized Environment H/W Classifications Blade Mid Level (RACK) Entry Level (RACK) 65 107 66 Initiation of Virtualization Total Computational Power Number of CPU Total RAM (GB) Total Storage (TB) 410 1990 >10 Average Utilization (Before Virtualization) CPU 32% Memory Storage (TB) Total 73% >10 Drivers for Server Virtualization• Replacement of end of life servers• Technological limitation in resource reusability• Long lead time for H/W procurement• Data Center and environmental effect• High availability & manageability
  • 39. Thank you