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Vivek kundra-federal-cloud-computing-strategy-02142011
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Vivek kundra-federal-cloud-computing-strategy-02142011
Vivek kundra-federal-cloud-computing-strategy-02142011
Vivek kundra-federal-cloud-computing-strategy-02142011
Vivek kundra-federal-cloud-computing-strategy-02142011
Vivek kundra-federal-cloud-computing-strategy-02142011
Vivek kundra-federal-cloud-computing-strategy-02142011
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  • 1. Federal Cloud Computing Strategy Vivek Kundra U. S. Chief Information Officer www.whitehouse.gov
  • 2. The Case for Change Manufacturing Capacity Utilization 90 80 Manufacturing Average – 79% 70 60% Utilization 50 83 83 81 t 40 78 79 71 30 20 27 10 0 Typical Federal U.S.  E.U. France Germany U.S. Brazil Canada Government Server Sources:  Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System Eurostat (Data for E.U., France, & Germany) Source:  Agency Data Central Bank of Brazil Statistics Canada 2
  • 3. The Case for Change 2,500 Efficiency • Low asset utilization 2,094 ( (server utilization < 30%  2,000 typical) • Fragmented demand and  duplicative systemsData Centers (Number) • Difficult‐to‐manage N 1,500 1 500 Agility • Years required to build  data centers for new  services 1,000 • Months required to  increase capacity of  i f existing services 500 Innovation • Burdened by asset  432 management 235 • De‐coupled f l d from private  12 sector innovation  0 engines 1997 1998 2009 2010 • Risk‐averse culture Federal Government IBM 3
  • 4. Federal Government Cloud Computing  Potential Efficiency • Improved asset utilization • Aggregated demand and accelerated  gg g system consolidation (Federal Data  $ 80 Billion $ 20 Billion Center Consolidation Initiative) • Improved productivity in application  development, application  management, network, and end‐user g , , Agility • Purchase “as‐a‐service” from trusted  cloud providers • Near‐instantaneous increases and  reductions in capacity • More responsive to urgent agency  needs Innovation • Shift focus from asset ownership to  service management • Tap into private sector innovationTotal IT Spending Potential  • Encourages entrepreneurial culture Spending on  • Better linked to emerging  Cloud Computing technologies (e.g., devices) 4
  • 5. Potential Spending on Cloud Computing by Agency 5
  • 6. Early Adopters HHS GSA Dept of Defense Electronic Health  Cloud Email Migration Army Experience  Records (EHS) Center (AEC)  Reduced time to go live   $15 M savings  Implementation cost  from 1 year+ to 3  1/20 of estimate to   Migrating 17,000 users months upgrade legacy system   Eliminating redundant  ($54 K vs. $1 M+)  Supports more than  infrastructure at 17  100,000 Primary Care   Reduced recruiter  global locations Practitioners workforce required to  handle the same  workload Recovery  Dept of Defense Dept of Agriculture Accountability &  Air Force – Personnel  Cloud Email Migration Transparency Board Services Delivery  Recovery.gov  Transformation $750 K savings  $27 M savings  $4 M annual savings Reallocate $1 M+ to   Migrating 120,000 users  Improved customer  identify fraud, waste,  search times from 20   Consolidating 21  and abuse minutes to less than 2  fragmented email  minutes systems 6
  • 7. Catalyzing Cloud  Adoption SECURITY STANDARDS PROCUREMENT GOVERNANCE• Centralize certification and  • Define and evolve standards  • Develop procurement vehicles  • Set policy and enforce  accreditation for cloud  to ensure interoperability,  to accelerate the purchase of  budget priorities solutions  portability, and security  cloud solutions• Prioritize security controls to  • Propose and test interim  • Maximize strategic sourcing to  • Align with regulatory and  counter the most serious  standards buy cloud solutions legal frameworks threats • Publish cloud computing  • Eliminate redundant and  • Drive government‐wide • Use near real time security  business and technical use  inefficient vendor certifications adoption dashboards to facilitate  cases  a neutral reference  cases, continuous monitoring architecture and taxonomy • Integrate needs of State and  • Collaborate with  local governments international entities• Integrate identity management 7
  • 8. Exponential  Growth in Demand Shifting from asset ownership to service provisioning CATEGORY SERVICE EXAMPLES AGENCY EXAMPLES • Agency‐wide email to the cloudCollaboration • Office productivity tools • Employment verification • Grants managementWorkflow • Claims processing • Customer relationship management • Public‐facing websites hosted in the cloud • Application development/testingInfrastructure • Content delivery • Virtualized data centers • Data analyticsBusiness Intelligence • Performance managementInformation f ti • Identi Id ity managementSecurity • Security management services 8
  • 9. Vivek KundraU. S. Chief Information Officer www.whitehouse.gov February 14, 2011

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