Future of cloud computing 2011

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A presentation on the results of the 2011 Future of Cloud Computing survey.

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Future of cloud computing 2011

  1. FUTURE OF CLOUD LEADERSHIP PANELLed by Michael J Skok@mjskok
  2. Leadership Panel Dries Buytaert Lew Moorman CTO & Founder President @Dries @LewMoormanJohn Dillon Michael Skok Marten Mickos CEO General Partner CEO@JohnDillon @mjskok @MartenMickos www.FutureCloudComputing.net 2
  3. Enterprise Cloud Computing Definitions Blogs Office Payroll Productivity Marketing SaaS Email CRM[application] Content Web / Mobile Sales Force Management Applications Automation PaaS [platform] Dev Tools Frameworks Management IaaS [infrastructure] Storage Compute Network www.FutureCloudComputing.net 3
  4. Enterprise Cloud Computing DefinitionsSaaS [application] a hosted application accessed through a Web browser.SaaS is the ongoing support of applications whose core value to the customer pertainsto alleviating the maintenance and daily technical operation and support of businessand consumer software. SaaS is a newer model of Web-delivered software offered witha subscription instead of traditional license.PaaS [platform] an in-cloud platform for the development and deployment ofcloud application software that is analogous to an on-premises application server withadded multi-tenant elasticity and other cloud-enabling features. PaaS offerings aredesigned to support the entire application development lifecycle. PaaS includes vendorsthat provide the entire stack of PaaS functionality and those that partner with thirdparties (i.e. hoster) for the infrastructure component.IaaS [infrastructure] virtual or physical hardware resources (e.g. compute,storage, network) offered as a service with heavy reliance on server virtualization. IaaSis a shared IT infrastructure (compute and storage) architecture provided through on-demand services. www.FutureCloudComputing.net 4
  5. www.FutureCloudComputing.netSURVEY BACKGROUND 5
  6. Survey Partners & Collaborators www.FutureCloudComputing.net 6
  7. Who took the survey? vendors 417 Total Responses non-vendors 46% 54% www.FutureCloudComputing.net 7
  8. Who took the survey? www.FutureCloudComputing.net 8
  9. Survey Respondents = Cloud Market SurveyOnPremise Firms RespondentsStronghold 9k >1000 14% Enterprise 100-1000 employees 100k 18% Mid-Market 6M <100 employees 68%OnDemand SmallStronghold Source: 2007 US Census Bureau; IDC, Salesforce.com www.FutureCloudComputing.net 9
  10. What would you like tohear about cloudcomputing?  Usage… today  Drivers,  Inhibitors … for the future www.FutureCloudComputing.net 10
  11. How do Customers Characterize their Approach toUsing Cloud Computing Today? 10% Will never use, too risky 26% Waiting to mature 40% Experimenting 11% Using for usage spikes Complete confidence for 13% mission critical applications www.FutureCloudComputing.net 11
  12. Months Using Cloud 40% 35% 20 Average Months 30% Using Cloud 25%Responses 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 3 10 12 18 24 36 48 60 Months www.FutureCloudComputing.net 12
  13. Drivers For Cloud Adoption Now vs. 5 years 47% 64% 113% 100% 263%Agility Scalability Cost Efficiency Innovation Capex to Competitive Mobility Other Customer Cloud APIs Opex Demand www.FutureCloudComputing.net 13
  14. Drivers For Cloud Adoption Now vs. 5 years 47% 64% 113% 100% 263%Agility Scalability Cost Efficiency Innovation Capex to Competitive Mobility Other Customer Cloud APIs Opex Demand www.FutureCloudComputing.net 14
  15. Inhibitors to Adoption… What is Top-of-Mind?20% Security13% Interoperability12% Vendor Lock-in12% Compliance11% Reliability11% Complexity10% Privacy6% Pricing3% Expense2% Other www.FutureCloudComputing.net 15
  16. What is the Strategy of Cloud Customers Today? 27% … in the Future? Private 24% 21% Hybrid 12% 39% Public 37% 42% www.FutureCloudComputing.net 16
  17. Cloud Computing TCO is… 29 % www.FutureCloudComputing.net 17
  18. Cloud Computing TCO is… 14 % 29 % 57 % www.FutureCloudComputing.net 18
  19. Impact of Cloud Computing on IT Manageability? Less Complex No Impact More Complex 39 % 22 % 39 % www.FutureCloudComputing.net 19
  20. What is the Impact of Cloud Computing on Hiring? 26% Expected Decrease decrease 9% 42% Decreased None 17% No Impact 42% 32% Increased Expected increase 22% Increased 10% www.FutureCloudComputing.net 20
  21. Top Up and Coming Cloud Companies?PUBLICPRIVATE www.FutureCloudComputing.net 21
  22. Top Up and Coming Cloud Companies?PUBLICPRIVATE www.FutureCloudComputing.net 22
  23. Cloud Investments ?? $713M $482M 93 deals 64 deals2009 2010Source: Dow Jones Company 2011 www.FutureCloudComputing.net 23
  24. Cloud Technologies/Vendors in Use Today? SaaS (applications) • Microsoft • Successfactors • Awareness • Moxy • Teleo • Basecamp • OpenTable • Kenexa • BrightCove • Salesforce.com • Concur • Codebase • SurveyMonkey • SAP ByDesign IaaS • FreeAgent • TripIt • Intuit • Google gmail/docs • Tungle • Adobe (infrastructure) • HubSpot • Wordpress • Oracle • Jenkins • Workday • McAfee • Amazon • ZenDesk • Symantec • Eucalyptus PaaS • GoGrid • CloudBees • Google(platform) • Heroku • Microsoft • Google AppEngine • Rackspace • MS Azure • Rightscale • VMWare • Sound Cloud • Voltage • Terremark • Virtacore • Yaws ENABLERS: VMware, Cisco, Oracle, Citrix, Akamai, Dell, HP, EMC, NetApp, IBM, Infomatica, Equinix, RedHat www.FutureCloudComputing.net 24
  25. Cloud Technologies/Vendors Planned to Use? SaaS (applications) • Asigra • Facebook • Geckoboard • Kaazing IaaS • Seesmic • Pentaho (infrastructure) PaaS • Acquia(platform) • Cumulogic (Intentionally blank – no • Egnyte one new mentioned) • Mnesia • MongoDB • Openstack • Yahoo Pipes ENABLERS: VMware, Cisco, Oracle, Citrix, Akamai, Dell, HP, EMC, NetApp, IBM, Infomatica, Equinix, RedHat www.FutureCloudComputing.net 25
  26. Cloud Vendor’s Infrastructure is…Public Cloud Hosted 49%Co-located 27% Privately Owned 24% www.FutureCloudComputing.net 26
  27. How Vendors Use Cloud Services Other 2% CMS, CRM, Web Mail, VOIP Search 12%App Server 27% Database 28% Storage 30% www.FutureCloudComputing.net 27
  28. Vendor’s Primary Revenue Sources 28% 16% 11% 11% 10% 10% 6% 5% 4% SaaS Other Hosting Fees Support Consulting Custom Appliance Training Other Subscription Services 1 SW/HW Sales Fees1Services (other than custom software/hardware development www.FutureCloudComputing.net 28
  29. What Services do Vendors feel they need to provide foruse in the Future? www.FutureCloudComputing.net 29
  30. Most Likely sectors disrupted byCloud Computing over the next 5 years www.FutureCloudComputing.net 30
  31. Least Likely sectors disrupted byCloud Computing over the next 5 years www.FutureCloudComputing.net 31
  32. Cloud Revenue Projections ($m) Iaas, Paas & SaaS Revenue $25,000 $21,057 $20,000 $17,538 $15,000 $14,104 $11,296 $10,000 $8,814 $6,891 $5,000 $- 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 www.FutureCloudComputing.net 32
  33. What % of Your Computing is in the Cloud Today? …in +5 Years? today 10% None +5 yrs 3% 38% 25% 14% 14% 50% 26% 22% 75% 34% 17% 75% predict100% 2/3rds of computing 23% will be in the Cloud! www.FutureCloudComputing.net 33
  34. You asked for it – we covered it…  Cloud usage… today  Drivers  Inhibitors … for the future www.futurecloudcomputing.net Full details of the survey, plus thought leadership… @futureofcloud www.FutureCloudComputing.net 34
  35. Cloud Storm is Brewing!• Private and Public Clouds are gathering• Hybrid, Interoperability are going to cause a storm• Security, Compliance & Vendor lock-in are going to rain on the parade• As Mobility surges• Lightning may strike twice – Agility, Innovation – for Competitive Advantage• Impact on IT manageability, Staffing is still unclear, but TCO should be reduced www.FutureCloudComputing.net 35
  36. A big thank you from North Bridge to… John Dillon Dries Buytaert Lew Moorman Marten Mickos CEO CTO & Founder President CEO www.FutureCloudComputing.net 36

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