Cloud Maturity Model: The Road to Adoption


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The Open Data Center Alliance Cloud Maturity Model (CMM) provides an end-to-end visualization for how the use of cloud in the enterprise develops over time (adoption roadmap) and how the enterprise’s ability to adopt cloud-based services within defined governance and control parameters increases.

As it matures, the use of cloud becomes more sophisticated, comprehensive, and optimized. The CMM plots the progression of structured cloud service integration from a baseline of no cloud use through five progressive levels of maturity.

This presentation will walk attendees through the maturity model that the ODCA has developed and how they can apply this model to their organization creating a comprehensive plan to fully integrate cloud into their operations.

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Cloud Maturity Model: The Road to Adoption

  1. 1. ODCA CLOUD MATURITY MODEL Ryan Skipp T-Systems/DTaG
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION TOPIC UM CORE LEARNING Title: ODCA CMM v2.0 Subtitle: Overview and positioning of the CMM Areas of focus and planning, and how to use the CMM to guide these activities This talk provides insight into the concept and sections of the updated Cloud Maturity Model, and its purpose and positioning ODCA Flash Seminar | 2
  3. 3. AGENDA 1. CMM Intro: Section & Subsections 2. Executive Overview – CMM Levels 3. Explanation 4. Value Proposition 5. Summary ODCA Flash Seminar | 3
  4. 4. UM SECTIONS Technical Layer Business Layer SaaS Layer PaaS Layer IaaS Layer Info aaS Layer Cloud Adoption Roadmap ODCA Flash Seminar | 4
  5. 5. EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW: ODCA CLOUD MATURITY MODEL (CMM) CMM 1 (initial, ad-hoc) CMM 2 (repeatable, opportunistic) CMM 3 (defined, systematic) CMM 4 (managed & measurable) CMM 5 (optimized) Federated, Interoperable, and Open Cloud Analysis of Current Environments’ Cloud Readiness Processes for Cloud Adoption Defined Tooling and Integration exists for Automated Cloud Usage Cloud Aware Applications, deployed according to Business requirements on Public, Private and Hybrid platforms – Manual Federation Mapping and analysis of Cloud Potential for existing systems & services. Awareness of Cloud computing is established and some groups are beginning to implement elements of Cloud Computing. There is no cohesive Cloud Computing plan being followed Approach has been decided upon and is opportunistically applied. The approach is not widely accepted and redundant or overlapping approaches exist. May be informally defined, or if documented, may exist primarily as “shelf ware”. Initial Benefits of leveraged infrastructure. (Capability gains) The approach has been reviewed and accepted by affected parties. There has been buy-in to the documented approach and the approach is always (or nearly always) followed (Efficiency gains) The capability is being measured and quantitatively managed via some type of governance structure. Appropriate metrics are being gathered and reported (Increased Velocity, Increased Quality) Metrics are consistently gathered and used to incrementally improve the capability. Assets are proactively maintained to ensure relevance and correctness. The potential for market mechanisms to be used to leverage inter-cloud operations has been established (Cloud based systems aligned to and enabling Business Strategy, pro-actively) Note: Capability, Efficiency, Velocity & Quality all start on the far left, with continual increase to the right, as higher levels of implementation are achieved, as described within the columns CMM 0 (None) There is no Cloud approach being taken. No elements of Cloud are being implemented Legacy Applications on dedicated Infrastructure
  6. 6. • Original ODCA CMM v1.0 represented a Cloud Adoption Roadmap • It provided end-to-end visualization for how the use of cloud in the enterprise develops over time • As enterprises mature, the use of cloud becomes more sophisticated, comprehensive, and optimized. • The Cloud Maturity Model v2.0 represents the enterprise’s ability to sustainably adopt cloud based services within defined technical, governance and control parameters. • It enables assessment of the following capabilities: • Architecture • Infrastructure • Information • Operations • Administration • Management • It guides investments per “capability” to step from one tier to the next. • It describes five progressive tiers of maturity towards adopting Cloud Services deeply EXPLANATION OF UPDATED MATURITY MODEL None, N/A Initial, ad hoc Repeatable, opportunistic Defined, systematic Measured, measurable Optimized ODCA Flash Seminar | 6
  7. 7. KEY TAKE-AWAYS FROM THIS UM Use the CMM to analyze your Cloud Strategy Use the CMM to plan your Cloud Investments Use the CMM to evaluate Cloud Offerings Use the CMM to plan & define your target state ODCA Flash Seminar | 7
  8. 8. SUMMARY: IMPACT & NEXT STEPS Impact • Understand CMM Maturity and Progression • Moving Up: Everyone does NOT have to target CMM Level 5 – pick what’s right for you • The next Cloud Model: Hybrid vs. Public – the next generation is right around the corner • Business Layer – the biggest challenges to adopting cloud are NOT technical Actions • Use the CMM to backup your Cloud Strategy development, towards achieving your Business Objectives • Hybrid vs. Public: Review and validate current assumptions about cloud and which challenges to select and face ODCA Flash Seminar | 8
  9. 9. ODCA Cloud Maturity Model v2.0 From engagement to real adoption and implementation QUESTIONS ODCA Flash Seminar | 9
  10. 10. Standardized Response Checklists Accelerate TTM Shared Practices Drive Scale Streamlined Requirements Accelerate Adoption Available to Members at: URL for Public content: INFORMATION AND ASSETS ODCA Flash Seminar | 10
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