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  • sr. presidente ya de tres dias a esta parte quiero hacerle llegar un mensaje y no se como llegar, es asi que les he manadado a distintos diarios de estados unidos donde le solicitaba si era posible transmitirle mi mensaje, espero que por aky sea el medio justo, a continuacion paso al mismo.
    Senor presidente el motivo del presente es hacerle llegar una idea para
    tratar de solucional el problema de la perdida de petroleo en el mar.

    En primer lugar me presento, me llamo Juan Carlos Blangetti, soy
    argentino, tengo 58 anos de edad y resido en italia ya de 20 anos, en
    mi vida hago el idraulico que seria en espanol el plomero
    La idea seria simple y eficaz asi creo, en nuestro
    puesto de trabajos en varias oportunidades se nos presenta algo similar
    y se soluciona tranquilamente con tapo espancion filetado, esto si a
    mano y facilidad de trabajo, se que el problema se encuentra a varios
    metros abajo del mar ese seria el problema de solucionar pero de
    acuerdo a la alta tecnologia existente y que seguramente uds. disponen
    no seria un estrobo, por lo tanto seria cuestion de llegar hasta el
    punto de perdida tratar de enfilar el tapo mencionado el problema de la
    precion no seria un inconveniente ya que el mismo paso a detallar parq
    que ud. mas o menos entienda de que se trata.
    es un tapo especial el
    cual se introduce al interno del tubo , el mismo consta de un orificio
    bastanta grande por lo cual el petroleo en medida que se meta seguira
    saliendo, constando mismo con la predispocicio filetatda, esto evita
    el acumulo de presion interna una vez metido se comienza la tarea de
    expancion o sea incrementar sus lados para que el mismo quede
    perfectamente introducido y atacado a la pared interna del tubo, cuando
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    Esperando que esta idea sea de su agrado y que sus
    tecnicos lo aprueben, hago propicia la oportunidad para saludarle my
    cordialmente. Gracias
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  • Government Cloud Computing 2551 Eltham Avenue, Suite K | Norfolk, Virginia 23513 | P: 757.858.0600 F: 757.858.0606 | Toll Free: 800.666.9858 |
  • Government Cloud Computing United States Federal Chief Information Officers Council & IT Dashboard Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Rapid Access Computing Environment (RACE) US Department of Energy (DOE) Magellan General Services Administration (GSA) Department of the Interior National Business Center (NBC) Cloud Computing NASA Nebula National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) United Kingdom G-Cloud European Union Resources and Services Virtualization without Barriers Project (RESERVOIR) Canada Canada Cloud Computing Cloud Computing and the Canadian Environment Japan The Digital Japan Creation Project (ICT Hatoyama Plan) The Kasumigaseki Cloud
  • President Obama FY 2010 Budget "Of the investments that will involve up-front costs to be recouped in outyear savings, cloud-computing is a prime case in point. The Federal Government will transform its Information Technology Infrastructure by virtualizing data centers, consolidating data centers and operations, and ultimately adopting a cloud-computing business model. Initial pilots conducted in collaboration with Federal agencies will serve as test beds to demonstrate capabilities, including appropriate security and privacy protection at or exceeding current best practices, developing standards, gathering data, and benchmarking costs and performance. The pilots will evolve into migrations of major agency capabilities from agency computing platforms to base agency IT processes and data in the cloud. Expected savings in the outyears, as more agencies reduce their costs of hosting systems in their own data centers, should be many times the original investment in this area."
  • Federal Cloud Computing Initiative (FCCI)
  • Federal Timeline May 2009 Cloud Computing Industry Summit May 2009 April 2009 Infrastructure-as-a- September 2009 CIO Cloud Service RFI Issued Apps.Gov Launched Computing Program July 2009 Management Office Infrastructure-as-a- Established Service RFP Released March 2009 May 2009 July 2009 Cloud Computing NIST develops initial Software-as-a- Program Launched Cloud Computing Service RFI Released Definition
  • Presidential Executive Order 13514 October 5, 2009  Federal Leadership in Environmental, Energy, and Economic Performance  Section 1. Policy. In order to create a clean energy economy that will increase our Nation's prosperity, promote energy security, protect the interests of taxpayers, and safeguard the health of our environment, the Federal Government must lead by example. It is therefore the policy of the United States that Federal agencies shall increase energy efficiency; measure, report, and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions from direct and indirect activities; …..  Sec. 2. Goals for Agencies. In implementing the policy set forth in section 1 of this order, and preparing and implementing the Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan called for in section 8 of this order, the head of each agency shall: – ….. – (i) promote electronics stewardship, in particular by: o ….. o (v) implementing best management practices for energy-efficient management of servers and Federal data centers; and
  • Cloud Computing Benefits • Significant Cost Reduction: Available at a fraction of the cost of traditional IT services; upfront capital expenditures eliminated; dramatically reduced IT administrative burden • Increased Flexibility: On-demand computing across technologies, business solutions and large ecosystems of providers; Reduced new solution implementation times. • Access anywhere: Un-tethered from a single computer or network. Use different computer or move to portable devices, and applications and documents follow. • Elastic scalability and pay-as-you-go: Add and subtract capacity as your needs change. Pay for only what you use. • Easy to implement: No need to purchase hardware, software licenses or implementation services. • Service quality: Reliable services, large storage and computing capacity, and 24/7 service and up-time. • Delegate non-critical applications: Outsource non-critical applications to service providers and focus agency IT resources on business-critical applications. • Always the latest software: Updates are automatic • Sharing documents and group collaboration: Applications and documents accessiblefrom anywhere in the world, facilitating group collaboration on documents and projects.
  • Cloud Computing Security • Cloud Computing option (Public, Private, Community, Hybrid or None) must support information risk management profile • “Brutal standardization” increases automation and reduces opportunity for human error • Infrastructure visibility improves ability to deploy, monitor and enforce security policies • Advanced data-centric security technologies can be implemented
  • Cloud Computing Economic Model Private Cloud
  • Economic Benefit (Booz Allen Hamilton, October 2009)
  • Agency Budgeting Timeline (Booz Allen Hamilton, October 2009)  Spring 2010 – Agencies plan for cloud migrations – Initial cloud pilots  Fall 2010 – Funding submitted for FY 2012 execution  Fall 2011 – FY 2012 cloud project funding appropriated
  • Key Inhibitors  Maintenance of status quo  Transition from infrastructure based security to data-centric security  Cloud portability  Cloud interoperability  Identity management and federation  Data and application federation  Service level agreements  Cloud governance  Transactions and concurrency across clouds
  • Summary  Cloud Computing offers clear opportunities for agencies to significantly reduce their growing data center and IT hardware expenditures. The Executive Branch is strongly encouraging and facilitating this transition through executive order and  An efficient and properly planned transition to cloud computing can simultaneously provide significant reduction in datacenter costs and increase in agency datacenter efficiency.  The benefit ratio for investing in a transition from status quo datacenters to a cloud computing based strategy range from 5.7 to 15.4. The Discount Payback Period for two phase transition plans (3-yr investment phase, 10 year steady-state O&S phase) range from 2.7 to 3.7 years  Early development efforts (pilots) to support a FY 2012 cloud computing transition should start in spring 2010
  • Thank You ! Kevin L. Jackson Director, Business Development Dataline, LLC (703) 335-0830