The Impact of SaaS and Cloud

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  • Fractals: eenvoudige basis maar complexe en onverwachte uitkomsten, chaostheorie
  • Vooral ook in relatie tot alle onderliggende applicaties
  • Vernieuwing van de overheid, verschuiving naar het leveren van services
  • Nu met diginotar…
  • Nu met diginotar…
  • Testability
  • Vernieuwing van de overheid, verschuiving naar het leveren van services
  • Trees and the forrest
  • In a distributed environment monitoring and control is not enough since you can not predict the path (no control nodes or all are control nodes)
  • Recursive nature
  • The Impact of SaaS and Cloud

    1. 1. Impact of SaaS and Cloud The future isn’t what it used to be Martijn.Kriens@iCrowds.net
    2. 2. In the news… novem ber 2009 OV ontregeld door landelijke storing m obiel netwerk HD Traffic service onbruikbaar na netwerkstorin g m aart 2009 Kapotte router oorzaak urenlange landelijke storing betaalautom aten September 2011 DigiNotar-hackersblijken 531 certificaten te hebben vervalst September 2011, Computerworld Dutch struggle to revoke DigiNotar SSL certificates SaaS and Cloud: new possibilities and new vulnerabilities
    3. 3. (1 − z3 / 6) / (z − z2 / 2)2 + c Simple variables, complex consequences
    4. 4. The basics • (Unlimited) Scalability – IT becomes a scalable cost • (Ubiquitous) Communication • Transactions in milliseconds • (Seamless) Cooperation – Opening up internal systems for partners • Anytime, Anywhere – Instantaneous as well as a-synchronous • (Maximum)Transparency – Digital trust through access to data and certificates
    5. 5. Double edged • New possiblities – Opportunities – Disruptive innovation • Complexity – Risks – Chaos in prediction outcomes
    6. 6. opportunities
    7. 7. 800 million Digital Friends
    8. 8. Digital marketplace
    9. 9. Digital hardware
    10. 10. Building blocks of the Internet
    11. 11. 12 Convergence Software producer Software producer Service producer Service producer Product quality Service quality Combination of services ad software creates new added value
    12. 12. 13 Basisregistraties Combination leads to new added values
    13. 13. PAAS Research Questions • Convergence – “What is the business convergence phenomenon?” – “What is a appropriate business model to gain substantial competitive advantages?” • Multi-Tenancy – “How to support variability in a multi- tenant software-as-a- service environment?” – “How to organize hybrid product and service organisation”
    14. 14. Risks
    15. 15. Building blocks of the Internet
    16. 16. Building blocks of the Internet
    17. 17. Mashup In mashup normally more than 80% is reuse of existing services and less than 20% is new software Testability No clear test environment for full application
    18. 18. 19 Basisregistraties Combination leads to new single points of failure
    19. 19. “Hidden” relations between environments
    20. 20. Lazy use of security
    21. 21. Centralised De-CentralisedDistributed Rand In a distributed environment control can not be imposed from the top
    22. 22. Trust
    23. 23. as·sur·ance A statement or indication that inspires confidence Level of proof to build confidence Trustworthy > adequate proof of trust Confidence in the capabilities to realize promises …
    24. 24. TTISC Research questions • Q1: What are the risk elements • Q2: What are the risk control patterns • Q3: What is the integrated model of risk and controls • Q4: How to achieve assurance in SaaS chains
    25. 25. 26 Macromyopia We overestimate the short term results of technology and underestimate the long term results Jaron Lanier

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