Cloud Computing - Halfway through the revolution

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Cloud Computing - Halfway through the revolution

  1. 1. Cloud Computing: Halfway Through the Revolution November 2012 Joe Drumgoole VP Product Management
  2. 2. • Buying hardware • SANs • Infrastructure • Collocation • Bare-Metal • Bandwidth caps • Hard limits • Friction • Cost BC – Before Cloud 2
  3. 3. • Unbounded Storage • Unbounded Compute • Unbounded bandwidth • REST APIs • Ridiculously simple integration • Virtual everything • Frameworks for all • Diverse technology stacks • Open Source • Global Distribution Things we now take for Granted 3
  4. 4. • Open Stack • Cloud Stack • Open Shift • Cloud Foundry • Open Nebula • Apache LibCloud The Commoditization of Cloud 4
  5. 5. • Salesforce • Gmail • Evernote • Netflix • Workday • GoDaddy • CrashPlan • Dropbox The SaaS Revolution 5
  6. 6. • Evernote • Firefox and Chrome Extensions • Mobile Apps • ITunes • Google Play • Dropbox Applications as a Cache 6
  7. 7. • The default read interface • Touch • Cloud Connectivity • Low bandwidth/no bandwidth • Local storage rules • Sync – but WTF Mobile First 7
  8. 8. • Your aggregate meta doesn’t belong to you • Information about you doesn’t belong to you • Your social graph doesn’t belong to you • “The right to be forgotten” • You are being watched • You are unique : https://panopticlick.eff.org/ Asymmetry 8
  9. 9. • Add together – Payment history – Browsing History – Purchase history – Social graph – Location information – All the surveillance cameras in the world – Video and image analysis – Phone calls • Its possible to know more about you than you know about yourself • Can you say PRISM The End of Privacy 9
  10. 10. • 14891 photos on Everpix • 33GB of video on my desktop • 754,724 files in CrashPlan (244GB of data) • 6 Laptops • Two tablets • 3 mobile phones • 1 external hard-drive • We put everything everywhere The End of Memory 10
  11. 11. • I don’t need regurgitated press releases • The scarcity of news print (Not!) • Measurable advertising • Publish and filter vs filter and publish • Good writing will always win • But good writing now competes globally The End of Print Journalism 11
  12. 12. • MOOCs – Massive online open courses • Why learn in the NCI when you can learn at Stanford? • Teaching as a competitive sport • How does accreditation work online? • What does the world look like when knowledge is more important that certificates? The End of Education Silos 12
  13. 13. • Personalisation • Customisation • 3D Printers • Objects defined and created for the individual • CAD comes home • Ikea = CAD library • Some assembly required • Bureau services = SaaS for objects • Fedex continues to cream it The End of “Made in China” 13
  14. 14. • iTunes • Google Play • Kindle • Netflix • AppleTV • Wikipedia The End of Physical Information 14
  15. 15. • How do I connect stuff together (IFTTT is not it) • How do I use SaaS without surrendering control • How do I organise my digital lifetime • How do I remove my bits • How do I control my privacy • Encryption for mortals • Cloud computing for mortals Key Challenges 15
  16. 16. 16 Joe Drumgoole VP Product Management @jdrumgoole Thank You

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