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JISC RSC Conference 2012 18th May.Consumerisation and the Cloud Opportunity from Microsoft

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  • Key Points:Cloud services have a variety of typeEach type is a tradeoff between control/flexibility and cost.For many users PaaS represents a sweet spot between the two ends of the spectrum. What constitutes Cloud Computing?Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a model for provisioning hardware (compute, storage, networking, etc...) to the end user where management of the underlying fabric is controlled by the provider, but the end user maintains control of the operating system and applications installed within. This system usually includes a metered-byuse cost model and allows the end user to expand/contract their use of the infrastructure as needed, usually via self-service portals. Examples include: FastHosts, Go Daddy, Rackspace, Amazon EC2, vCloud Express Services (e.g., BlueLock, Hosting.Com, Melboure IT, Terremark), private clouds deployed/managed by IT as service to business units (internalIT’s end-customers), Azure Service with the VM RolePlatform as a Service(PaaS) is a model for delivering complete development platforms as a cloud service. PaaS offerings facilitate development, testing, deployment and on-going maintenance of applications without the cost of buying the underlying infrastructure and software environments. Examples include: Microsoft Azure Platform, Google App Engine, VMforce.comSoftware as a Service (SaaS) is a model where an application is delivered over the Internet and customers pay on a per-use basis. It is the most common form of cloud computing delivered today. Examples include: BPOS, Salesforce.com, Hosted Exchange, Salesforce.comCore attributes of Cloud Computing Scalable, Elastic, Multi-tenancy, Metered by Use, Self Service
  • Key Points:Windows Server and Hyper-V Cloud is a great way to deliver IaaS for Private Cloud and Partner Hosted CloudsDeploying IaaS with Hyper-V CloudTo accelerate Infrastructure as a Service deployments, Microsoft has designed a set of programs and initiatives to help deploy cloud environments, based on Windows Server Hyper-V, System Center, and related products. These programs are tailored to specific deployment types according to customer needs and preferences.We are now going to look at the programs for each of the deployment types and some of the initiatives we have put in place to help accelerate your deployment of a cloud infrastructure Hyper-V Cloud Deployment Guides For customers that want to build their own private clouds on top of existing infrastructure investments, Microsoft offers tools and guidance based on expertise developed during hundreds of Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS) customer engagements over the past few years. This element of the Hyper-V Cloud program optimizes for the highest levels of flexibility, control and customizationHyper-V Fast Track For customers that need some level of customization but also want to help reduce risk and speed deployment, reference architectures can provide the perfect balance. Microsoft is collaborating with Dell Corp., Fujitsu, Hitachi, HP, IBM Corp. and NEC Corp. to deliver a broad choice of predefined, validated configurations for private cloud deployments — comprising compute, storage, networking resources, virtualization and management software.Hyper-V Cloud Service Providers More than 70 service providers around the world offer infrastructure as a finished, fully hosted service built on Microsoft technology. This option delivers a fast, cost-effective implementation for cloud services, both private and public. Service providers include Korean Internet Data Center; Fasthosts (U.K., U.S.); Agarik (France); and Hostway Corp. (U.S., U.K., Netherlands, Germany, France, Belgium, Romania).Deploying IaaS with Hyper-V CloudA set of programs and initiatives to help customers and partners accelerate deployment of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)To accelerate Infrastructure as a Service deployments, Microsoft has designed a set of programs and initiatives to help deploy cloud environments, based on Windows Server Hyper-V, System Center, and related products. These programs are tailored to specific deployment types according to customer needs and preferences.We are now going to look at the programs for each of the deployment types and some of the initiatives we have put in place to help accelarate your deployment of a cloud infrastructure
  • Key Points:Microsoft is a platform company; platforms empower other companies to build great solutions for their customersMicrosoft’s platform is built on Windows Server and includes SQL Server, .NET etc.Microsoft’s cloud services platform is built on these same technologies and permits partners to reuse their existing assetsScript:Windows Azure is Microsoft’s operating system service for the cloud. It is built on Windows Server. It provides seemingly boundless compute and storage for Microsoft’s customers who wish to deploy their applications to it. Microsoft provides .NET as a first class framework on Windows Azure and so customers will find familiar applications running on Windows Azure, developers will use the same tools and languages and leverage mostly equivalent frameworks and runtimes (some things on Windows Server aren’t available on Azure and vice versa). Microsoft is committed to supporting a diverse set of languages and runtimes on Azure and, during PDC2010 announced that the Java language, runtime and associated frameworks – as well as PHP – will become first class citizens of Windows Azure. Additionally, for those customers wishing to bring legacy applications to the cloud, towards the end of 2010, Microsoft will add a Virtual Machine role which, like Amazon EC2, enables customers to migrate many of their existing applications.SQL Azure is Microsoft’s relational database service for the cloud. It is built on SQL Server. Like Windows Azure, SQL Azure aims to reduce the burden on the customer of setting up, creating, configuring, maintaining and operating databases. All of these activities are supported by the service and, where possible, the platform takes responsibility for providing them. Principally, SQL Azure is aimed at providing relational database services to applications running on Windows Azure; when the applications move to the cloud so does their data. However, SQL Azure can operate as a standalone database service for those customers who have no ability or interest or wish the comparative advantage in having Microsoft run their databases for them.Windows Azure and SQL Azure are the foundational services of the Windows Azure Platform. Over time the portfolio of services in the Windows Azure Platform will grow. Additional services will be added to further reduce the complexity and effort required by customers building applications in the cloud. Detail:Service managementDefine the rules and provide codePlatform deploys, monitors, and manages the serviceStorageSimple storage provided by Windows AzureT-SQL capability delivered through SQL AzureDeveloper experienceFamiliar tools, technologies, languages for MS developersSupport for non-MS technologies, frameworks and toolsIntegration with on-premisesExtend on-premises applications to the cloudFederate identities across cloud applications
  • Key Points:Microsoft is a platform company but in order to address its customers’ needs, it provides many world-class applications tooThe most well-known applications are generically called “Office” and include a rich set of client and server|services technologies.  As of October 2010, Microsoft has branded the entire portfolio as “Office 365”, which includes rich integration with other business productivity solutions, such as our Customer Relationship Management solution – Dynamics CRM Online.  Script:Although Microsoft is primarily a platform company, it provides many world-class applications too. The most well-known and widely used applications are generically called “Office” and are used by over 500m people. With Microsoft’s move to the cloud, Microsoft began to offer the Offer server technologies (Exchange, SharePoint, Lync) as services too. These are known as the Microsoft Online Services and include Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Lync Online, and other business productivity solutions, such as our Customer Relationship Management solution – Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.  Microsoft also provide services-based complements to the Office client technologies (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook). These are known as the Office Web Applications. All of this software is now known as Office 365 and this new branding will be used in 2011. Meanwhile, the services are available today and are powering 50% of the Fortune 100 and millions of customers have subscribed to at least one of the services. Facts:50% of Fortune 100 are using an Online service from Microsoft, etc.  (this stat does include Live Meeting and Forefront Online protection for Exchange which is like Google’s Postini)More than 5000 paying customers for BPOS. (I also don’t think that this number is public) I think we are close to 8000 partners signed up to sell and 100’s of new partners are signing up each week to sell the service.We have doubled the business in the last 6 months (1m to 2M paid seats for BPOS) – not publicThe cloud has already proven itself to be global – Today Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online has deployments in 40 countries, and in 41 languages
  • Key Points:No competitor has the breadth of cloud services of MicrosoftOnly Microsoft has a set of cloud services that complements on-premises softwareScript:In addition to our consumer-facing cloud services, Microsoft offers the most complete set of cloud-based solutions to meet your business needs including advertising, communications (email, telephony, meetings), collaboration (document storage, sharing, workflow), business applications (CRM, business productivity), storage, management and infrastructure services. In October 2010, Microsoft renamed its collection of communication, collaboration and CRM applications into an offering called “Office 365” that will become available during 2011. The offering includes Office, Office Web Apps, Lync Online, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. The goal is to show the cohesion of these services and the richness of functionality that the provide to Microsoft’s business, educational and government clients.And unique to Microsoft these sets of cloud services complement a full and rich set of on-premise software enabling often times to add cloud functionality to your existing software or move between cloud and on-premises systems.
  • Key Points: Microsoft has a long history of providing some of the largest cloud services in the world.These cloud services run on Microsoft software and Microsoft improves its products with its learnings offering the servicesMicrosoft customers uses any of the underlying software technologies benefit from these improvementsMicrosoft gains access to and insights from the users of its services that become valuable to partners building in the Microsoft ecosystemScript: We’ve actually been in cloud computing for a while:We’ve been delivering some of the largest cloud services on the planet for almost 15 years.Our online properties (WL, MSN) see some 600 million unique users every monthXbox pushed out some 5 petabytes of content over Xbox Live during the week of Christmas (2009)9.9 billion messages a day via WL MessengerWe have over 500 million active Windows Live IDsThe Office 365 guys have a million paying users in 36 countries and regionsEven MS Update/Windows Update … operates at incredible scale - pushes out over a petabyte of updates every month to millions of servers and hundreds of millions of PCs When you look at our experience, our commitment and our continued leadership in cloud computing there are a number of fairly substantial differences between us and other providers.

JISC RSC Conference 2012 - Consumerisation and the Cloud Opportunity Microsoft JISC RSC Conference 2012 - Consumerisation and the Cloud Opportunity Microsoft Presentation Transcript

  • Agenda
  • Traditional IT IaaS PaaS SaaS
  • Cloud Computing Landscape TargetedCustomers Apps
  • Cloud Computing Landscape TargetedCustomers Apps
  • Cloud services spending will exceed $36 billion, growing at 4x the industry rate IDC Predictions 2012 “Competing for 2020”
  • In 2012, about 83% of all net-new software firms coming to market will be operationalised aroundcreating, testing, selling, and provisioning a service versus a packaged product. IDC 2012Are you teaching the right technologies? http://www.microsoft.com/faculty
  • Cloud Connected Devices
  • A Unified Ecosystem
  • 65% of CIOs believe their role will morph into “Chief Innovation Officer” What will be your role be?
  • The Changing Role of IT Balancing user expectations with IT requirements.
  • Embracing the Consumerisation of IT &Institutional requirements
  • Security and Management•••••
  • App Development • ••••
  • Microsoft UK Academic TeamTools and resources for student technologists & educators to make the most of their learning, teaching and research Tools Curriculum Community DreamSpark Free curriculum Professional materials, from Key On-line and in-person Platform, developer and Stage 1 to post communities of designer tools to build graduate, covering students, teachers and real hundreds of Computer researchers sites, apps, games, cloud Science topics services and more
  • Why is Academia turning to the Cloud? REDUCED AGILITY COSTS MORE MOBILITY END USER HIGHLY AUTOMATED EASY TO IMPLEMENT PRODUCTIVITY http://www.windowsazure.com/education
  • Employability IT Skills The IT Industry is growing and 98k new IT business will be presents a significant opportunity for created by 2015** your students to find employment after graduation UK requires 550,000 new entrants in to IT and Telecoms by 2015*** Yet industry struggles to find the right skills Global IT jobs will grow from 35.6 million in 2009 to 41.4 million by +20% of Application Development jobs require SharePoint skills**** 2013* 92% of IT Leaders indicate it is challenging to secure necessary IT skills***** Global IT Spend will grow to $1.7 Universities now have a focus on employability within 6 months of trillion in 2013* graduating in subject that was studied * Source: IDC Economic Impact Study, Global, 2009 ** Source: IDC, Microsoft’s Economic Impact, 2011 *** Source: eskills Technology Insights report, 2011 **** Source: www.itjobswatch.co.uk ***** Source: TEKSystems Report, October 2011
  • Positive Economic Impact by 2015 IDC, Microsoft Economic Impact, 2011 Source: IDC, Microsoft Economic Impact, 2011
  • Resources for Faculty & Student Programs IT Academy: Academic Faculty Certification Imagine Cup Search Connection Microsoft Partners in Research Curriculum DreamSpark Learning Connections Resources http://www.microsoft.com/uk/faculty How “App First” will impact IT http://www.microsoft.com/uk/faculty
  • FREE Resources & Curriculum materials Operating Systems Cloud Computing Game Development Dynamics CRM/ERP System Engineering Phone Development http://www.microsoft.com/faculty 35
  • Faculty & Student ProgramsOpenSource Microsoft StudentCommunity Experience Student to Business Blog & Facebook Phone App Start-Up Support Xbox Game Clubs & Societies Faculty Connection Mentoring Development Blog & Linkedin http://www.microsoft.com/uk/faculty
  • Why Microsoft?
  • Whats Next..Sign up to a free Windows Azure Academic Passhttp://www.windowsazure.com/educationJoin the UK Windows azure user group http://ukwaug.netVisit the UK Faculty Connection Blog http://blogs.msdn.com/uk_faculty_connectionVisit the UK Faculty Site and Resources http://www.microsoft.com/uk/facultyBuild apps for Phone and windows 8http://www.microsoft.com/uk_faculty_connection