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Vivek Kundra - Standards to Foster Innovation

  1. 1. Standards to Foster Innovation Vivek Kundra Federal Chief Information Officer www.whitehouse.gov May 20, 2010
  2. 2. The Journey   Announced
the
Cloud
Compu/ng
Ini/a/ve
on
 September
15,
2009
   Partnership
with
State
and
Local
Governments
   State
of
public
sector
cloud
compu/ng

  3. 3. Federal Leadership in Cloud Computing   Iden/fy
opportuni/es
through
data
center
 consolida/on
   Centralize
cer/fica/on
of
cloud
solu/ons
   Develop
standards
for
security,
interoperability
&
 data
portability

  4. 4. SEC Improves Investor Advocacy Relations PROBLEM
 SOLUTION
 SEC
need
to
scale
volume
and
 Migrate
to
Salesforce
for
case
and
contact
 improve
system
response
/me
 tracking,
paperless
documenta/on,
ease
of
 over
their
exis/ng
10
year
old
 configura/on
 legacy
system
 BEFORE
 AFTER 
 TIME
TO
CLOSE 
 • Over
30
days
to
close
a
case
 • Less
than
7
business
days
 WORKFLOW
 • Distributed
workforce
had
to
 • Documents
are
stored
online
and
 rely
on
headquarters
for
 available
to
all
users
 documents
 RESPONSE 
 • Regularly
slow
downs
where
 • Near
instant
querying
 users
waited
10
seconds
 between
keystrokes

  5. 5. First Government-wide System to Use Cloud PROBLEM
 SOLUTION
 A
ci/zen
tool
that
shines
light
 U/lize
Amazon’s
EC2
cloud
service
to
 into
Federal
spending
that
must
 provide
99.9%
up/me,
fully
scalable
 handle
millions
of
visitors
and
 capacity,
and
cost
savings
 con/nuously
update
data
 BEFORE
 AFTER
 APPROACH
 • Dedicated
hardware
and
 • Shi
to
a
cloud
solu/on
that
led
to
 soware
 savings
of
$750,000
 RESOURCE
 • Data
center
and
hardware
 • Redirected
funding
to
help
iden/fy
fraud,
 ALLOCATION
 management
 waste,
and
abuse

  6. 6. State of Utah Leveraging Scale PROBLEM
 SOLUTION
 The
State
of
Utah
needed
to
 Moving
to
a
hybrid
cloud
op/on
(currently
 consolidate
and
op/mize
its
IT
 70%
complete)
which
includes
Salesforce,
 infrastructure.
Utah
faced
 Google
Earth,
and
WikiSpaces
services
 budget
cuts
and
shor^alls
 similar
to
other
State
and
Local
 Governments
 BEFORE
 AFTER
 APPLICATION
 • 1800
physical
servers
 • 
400
virtual
servers
 SERVERS
 SAVINGS
 _
 • $4
million
annually,
out
of
$140
million
IT
 budget
 LEVERAGING
 • Local
Governments
in
their
 • Local
Governments
leveraging
State
cloud
 SCALE
 infrastructure

  7. 7. Los Angeles to Save Millions PROBLEM
 SOLUTION
 Needed
to
modernize
 By
moving
to
Gmail,
the
city
of
L.A.
will
 communica/ons
but
faced
 save
$5.5M
in
direct
costs
with
poten/al
 $400M
budget
deficit
 ROI
of
$20‐$30M
 BEFORE
 AFTER 
 TOOLS
 • Email
Only
 • Email,
Instant
Messaging,
Collabora/on,
 Mobile
devices,
25X
storage
 RESILIENCY
 • 
Servers
based
in
L.A.
 • Geographically
dispersed
infrastructure
 vulnerable
to
earthquakes
and
 other
disasters
 UPGRADES
 • Time
consuming,
labor
 • Built
in
short
itera/ve
cycles
 intensive
and
costly

  8. 8. A Shift to the Cloud OPPORTUNITY
 CLOUD
SOLUTION
 Support
doctors
and
healthcare
   Na/onwide
solu/on
for
2,000
users
in
6
weeks
 providers
in
implementa/on
of
 Electronic
Health
Records
(EHR)
   Track
and
coordinate
EHR
implementa/ons
 Consolidate
more
than
12
email
   Moving
80,000
mailboxes
to
the
cloud
 systems
serving
80,000
users
   66%
expected
cost
savings
   Halted
procurement
of
up
to
$1.5
billion
in
data
 Modernize
enterprise
data
 center
efforts
 centers
   Reevalua/ng
enterprise
strategy
in
context
of
 “Cloud
First”

  9. 9. Call to Action   Please
join
us
in
our
collabora/ve
effort
to
develop
 standards
   The
community
can
accelerate
cloud
adop/on
by
 valida/ng
key
cloud
specifica/ons
   The
cloud
compu/ng
standards
development
journey
 begins
today


  10. 10. Vivek Kundra Federal Chief Information Officer www.whitehouse.gov May 20, 2010

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