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Chris Mallon, Software Business Executive, IBM Canada Middleware Group discusses the cloud-enabled enterprise at the #SmartBiz summit in Vancouver BC on June 11, 2014. ...

Chris Mallon, Software Business Executive, IBM Canada Middleware Group discusses the cloud-enabled enterprise at the #SmartBiz summit in Vancouver BC on June 11, 2014.

For more information, contact Chris at chris[at]ca.ibm.com

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Build It and They Will Come: the future belongs to dynamic private and hybrid clouds Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 1 #SmarterBiz IBM Cloud: Build It and They Will Come: the future belongs to dynamic private and hybrid clouds Chris Mallon, Software Business Executive, IBM Canada Middleware Group chris@ca.ibm.com
  • 2. 2 #SmarterBiz A working definition • Cloud (n) On-demand compute with consumptive billing  On-demand Rapidly provisioned services  Compute Servers, network, storage, firewalls, ancillary services  Consumptive billing Turns traditional fixed IT costs into variable – monthly or hourly • The initial model – virtualized multi-tenancy computing – does not meet the requirements for all applications and use cases • For broadest applicability, user-selectable levels of performance and isolation are required
  • 3. 3 #SmarterBiz Cloud is a $1.5B marketplace in Canada that’s growing at 28% to $4.0B in 2017. How will you take advantage to be more competitive in your market?
  • 4. 4 #SmarterBiz Leading organizations are achieving competitive differentiation and improving their top and bottom lines with Cloud.
  • 5. 5 #SmarterBiz Whose cloud powers 240,000 more websites than Amazon and Google? Combined. Who’s the market leader in Canada?
  • 6. 6 #SmarterBiz Many clients are already on the way to cloud with consolidation and virtualization efforts CONSOLIDATE Physical Infrastructure CLOUD Dynamic provisioning for workloads VIRTUALIZE Increase Utilization STANDARDIZE Operational Efficiency AUTOMATE Flexible delivery & Self Service Traditional IT Movement from traditional environments to Cloud One Step or An Evolution 6 Energy/coolingcosts CapExcosts Operationscosts
  • 7. 7 #SmarterBiz IBM Cloud Business Process as a Service Enabling business transformation Business Process Solutions Application Application Application Application Application Software as a Service Marketplace of high value consumable business applications Platform as a Service Composable and integrated application development platform Infrastructure as a Service Enterprise class, optimized infrastructure External Ecosystem Industry Collaboration Human Resources Big Data & Analytics Commerce Marketing Development Big Data & Analytics Security Integration Mobile Social Traditional Workloads Built using open standards Compute Storage Networking Built using open standards SmarterCommerce SmarterAnalytics SmarterCities SmarterWorkforce Watson solutions Software solutions Middleware solutions PureApplication SOFTLAYER IBM SmartCloud Enterprise +
  • 8. 8 #SmarterBiz Clients are moving applications and workloads to the Cloud
  • 9. 9 #SmarterBiz Extend enterprise apps with mobile Test and learn – rapid experimentation Optimization: Dev/Test, Offloading, Etc. Market Expansion and Globalization on System Service Using Hybrid Cloud Options Together Strategically Off-PremOn-Prem
  • 10. 10 #SmarterBiz Defined Patterns Services Composable Services Business Services Infrastructure Services A True Composable Business Requires Multiple Services SaaS
  • 11. 11 #SmarterBiz Strategize how to use cloud to drive revenue growth and efficiencies Build and run your private or hybrid cloud Utilize cloud services delivered from IBM Cloud Data Center Expansion SoftLayer Acquisition Acquisition Investment SaaS OfferingsCloud software development IBM has invested in Cloud and created a comprehensive portfolio to help customers achieve this balance
  • 12. 12 #SmarterBiz Focus on your application, while PureApplication automates the application lifecycle to accelerate time to market, simplify IT and lower TCO From: MANUAL Roll Your Own To: AUTOMATED Time to Value, Simplicity & Lower TCO OS On-Prem Off-Prem MANUAL • Provisioning • Monitoring • Maintenance • SW Scaling • HW Scaling MANUAL • Provisioning • Monitoring • Maintenance • SW Scaling AUTOMATED • HW Scaling PureApplication Service PureApplication System AUTOMATED • Provisioning • Monitoring • Maintenance • SW Scaling • HW Scaling on
  • 13. 13 #SmarterBiz IBM PureApplication System integration by design Optimizes the complete solution stack: • All hardware and software components factory integrated and optimized • Virtualized across the stack for efficiency • Unified management, monitoring & maintenance • Integrated and elastic application and data runtimes • Application patterns allocate system and application resources for optimal performance, security and reliability Servers Storage Networking Virtualization Management Development Middleware Deployment Applications With PureApplication System & Patterns, you can deliver applications & new projects with: • 30X faster application deployments • 76% less time • 60% better price/performance • lower skills requirements • fewer errors • greater control & governance • elastic-SLA-driven scaling
  • 14. 14 #SmarterBiz Pacesetters use cloud to gain a competitive advantage – and is central to enhancing the scale & time to value of analytics 136% more likely to use cloud to reinvent customer relationships Strategic reinvention 170% more likely to use analytics extensively via cloud to derive insights Better decisions 79% more likely to rely on cloud to locate and leverage expertise anywhere in ecosystem Deeper collaboration Scale  adoption Smarter consumable integrated agile enlight enrich relate Simpler Big Data & Analytics component Scale 
  • 15. 15 #SmarterBiz Apply analytics where they matter On Premise Public Cloud Adapt based on: •Customer engagement •User and use case •Risk to speed balance •Application requirements •Enterprise capability •Financial optimization
  • 16. 16 #SmarterBiz No organization can get there instantaneously… Challenge is to balance optimizing existing systems with innovation fuels investments in innovation drives need for continuous optimization InnovationOptimization
  • 17. 17 #SmarterBiz IBM has capabilities across the spectrum of users delivered as SaaS, PaaS, IaaS Smarter Commerce Smarter Analytics Smarter Cities Smarter Workforce Watson solutions IBM Service Engage Cloud Services Platform Codename:BlueMIx Cloud delivered middleware services SOFTLAYER Software defined environments Infrastructure solutions Public. Private. Dynamic Hybrid.
  • 18. 18 #SmarterBiz Platform as a Service Composable and integrated application development platform DevOps Big Data & analytics Security Integration Mobile Management Traditional workloads Built using open standards Social IBM Next Generation Platform Infrastructure as a Service Software Defined, Enterprise class, optimized infrastructure Compute Storage Networking Built using open standards Public. Private. Dynamic Hybrid. Think it. Build it. Tap into it. Business Process as a Service Enabling business transformation Business process solutions Application Application Application Application Application Use applications Build applications Deploy on infrastructure Software as a Service Marketplace of high value consumable business applications External ecosystem Industry Collaboration Human resources Big Data & analytics Commerce Marketing IT Management
  • 19. 19 #SmarterBiz Introducing IBM BlueMix Beta Delivering a Composable Services development and runtime environment Run Your Apps The developer can chose any language runtime or bring their own. Just upload your code and go. DevOps Development, monitoring, deployment and logging tools allow the developer to run the entire application APIs and Services A catalog of open source, IBM and third party APIs services allow a developer to stitch together an application in minutes. Cloud Integration Build hybrid environments. Connect to on- premises systems of record plus other public and private clouds. Expose your own APIs to your developers. Built on IBM SoftLayer Runs on top of IBM’s leading infrastructure as a service.
  • 20. 20 #SmarterBiz Bringing together IBM’s capabilities with Business Partners, ISVs and open source provides a rich ecosystem for application development Built on OPEN Cloud Foundry technology Runs on Your services IBM services Private services Public services
  • 21. 21 #SmarterBiz Your Web & Mobile Database Application Challenges? Uncertainty & Risk
  • 22. 22 #SmarterBiz DIY vs. Hosted DB vs. DBaaS  Guaranteed  No Guesswork  Smallest Risk  Greatest Productivity Hardware Software Admin Design Software Admin Design Design DIY Hosted DBaaS Guesswork,Overhead,Risk
  • 23. 23 #SmarterBiz Why Companies Use Cloudant DBaaS  Scales massively & elastically • Handle millions of daily active users  Guaranteed performance & up time • Removes risk of project & SLA delivery failure  More agile development for web & mobile • No rigid schemas to slow development  Managed for you 24x7 • Stay focused on new development, not DB administration Build More. Grow More. Sleep More. Cloudant empowers clients from all verticals to get their applications to market faster in a cost-effective, hassle-free delivery model with guaranteed performance and support.
  • 24. 24 #SmarterBiz IBM Service Engage Learn Explore Try BuyExtend Support Delivery Excellence Modern User Experience On-prem and SaaS --- --- IBM is the only vendor providing on-prem, as-a-Service, and a hybrid experience Service Engage by the Numbers 33,207 total visitors on Service Engage 7,296 demos provisioned 194 customer free trials Why Service Engage •Engage clients and partner via live guided demos available 24x7 •POC your clients … start a POC in 30 minutes, anywhere your client wants •Extend what your clients are already buying at lower total cost via Software as a Service •Accelerate the close Service Engage enables clients to operate SaaS Solutions for: •IT Service Management •Workload Automation •Application Performance Management • Internet of Things • Inventory Insights
  • 25. 25 #SmarterBiz
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