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  • Restless reinvention: Keep in mind it’s not the technology alone, it’s about a company culture ready to innovate with cloud. Analytics everywhere: Ensure your cloud strategy is also the ultimate analytics strategy A dynamic cloud strategy: Strategically mix open cloud technologies to deliver the business outcome

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  • 2 Dr. Angel Diaz, IBM VP, IBM Standards & Cloud Labs Building opportunity with an open cloud architecture
  • 3 IBM is proud to be a member of the thriving Cloud Foundry community 732 Developers contributed code over the past 12 months Over lines of code from nearly commits. 560,000 26,900 Monthly commits consistently above throughout 2013 1,100 This Cloud Foundry Platform Conference is the 1st of an ongoing twice- annual event to bring the community together and plan to keep Cloud Foundry on track Deployment of 120 vCPUs 320GB 8TB RAM & of highly reliable shared storage to begin running a Cloud Foundry platform on OpenStack IaaS.
  • 4 The challenge: Innovate while managing rapid change 200 Billion Smarter Physical Assets Physical assets with IT intelligence 1.2 Billion Boundless Infrastructures Consumers will have SmartPhones 67% Unpredictable Data Flows of IT traffic will be Cloud-based 60,000 Expanding risk & cost Cyber attacks every day Cloud computing provides the foundation to effectively manage hybrid technologies
  • 5 Coupled with cultural change, cloud-powered innovation transforms challenges into opportunities 3. A dynamic cloud strategy 2. Analytics everywhere 1. Restless reinvention Powered by Cloud Social Mobile Big Data 110010101010 101010010101 011001010101 010101010101
  • 6 1. Relentless reinvention
  • 7 IBM embraces & invests in open source to foster innovation Cloud Computinge-Business Service Oriented Architecture Open Cloud Architecture Social Business Mobile Computing
  • 8 Cultural change is especially important to adoption of PaaS Data management integration & analysis Integrate existing & future Leverage human expertise Standardized & repeatable Portability Integrated & optimized Efficiency Resiliency Simplified & automated Availability 27% 26% 29% 24% 27% 20% 37% 35% 35% 41% 52% 47% 45% 41% 43% 35% 51% 49% 46% 46% Benefits of PaaS PioneersRest of respondents (Experimenters + Preparers + Observers) Advanced Fundamental Experimenters 33% Experimenters 33% Observers 39% Observers 39% Pioneers 16% Pioneers 16% Preparers 12% Preparers 12% PaaS adoption Understand the strategic relevance of PaaS Innovating with PaaS: where firms are at *Source: Exploring the frontiers of cloud computing: Insights from Platform-as-a-Service pioneers. IBM Center for Applied Insights. October 2012.
  • 9 2. Analytics everywhere
  • 10 Analytics depend upon the rapid collection & use of data across a wide spectrum of users
  • 11 Analytics, coupled with systems of interaction, empower business with context SurvivorSurvivorSoldierSoldier The power of context StyleStyle Time and LocationTime and Location Social and BehaviorSocial and Behavior Multi-channelMulti-channel
  • 12 Analytics provide an extended transaction scope - 2 hours- 2 days FLIGHTFLIGHT + 2 days+ 2 hours CheckingChecking reservationreservation CheckingChecking in at gatein at gate CheckingChecking arrival timearrival time ArrangingArranging Car serviceCar service PurchasingPurchasing new clothesnew clothes Time and LocationTime and Location Airline example based on user time
  • 13 Empowered context increases the value of offerings Customer location, closest cab, nearbyCustomer location, closest cab, nearby friends heading to same destinationfriends heading to same destination Connect cab to customer, enable cabConnect cab to customer, enable cab payment through Apppayment through App PerceivePerceive ActAct Customer loads AppCustomer loads App Customer profile, favorite cab, favoriteCustomer profile, favorite cab, favorite destinations are gathereddestinations are gathered DetectDetect EnrichEnrich
  • 14 PaaS allows developers to focus on continuous innovation Continuous Delivery Continuous Customer Feedback and Optimization Collaborative Development Continuous Testing Continuous Business Planning Continuous Innovation, Feedback and Improvements Operations/ProductionDevelopment/TestCustomers Business Owners Continuous Monitoring Continuous Release & Deployment TOSCA Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration
  • 15 3. A dynamic cloud strategy
  • 16 An open cloud architecture is emerging
  • 17 Open technologies are building the open cloud architecture OAuth TOSCA OSLC Hardware
  • 18 Workload definition, Optimization, & Orchestration Software Defined Compute Software Defined Storage Software Defined Networking Evolving IaaS to a more dynamic, analytics based Software Defined Environment Software Defined Environment Software Defined Environment Resource Abstraction & Optimization Hardware Value  Simplified & standardized management  Agile infrastructure  Understanding & programming workloads  Simplified & standardized management  Agile infrastructure  Understanding & programming workloads Capability  Embedded analytics  Workload-aware optimization  Integrated security & governance  Embedded analytics  Workload-aware optimization  Integrated security & governance Software Defined Environment Integrated Workload
  • 19 OpenStack is the fastest growing global Open Source Community
  • 20 Continuous Business Value Fabric emerging for developers to shorten time to value for LoB solutions Workload definition, Optimization, & OrchestrationWorkload definition, Optimization, & Orchestration Software Defined Environment Software Defined Environment Software Defined Compute Software Defined Storage Software Defined Networking Resource Abstraction & Optimization datastore mobile devopsmiddleware Services Traditional Workloads Traditional Workloads Services & Composition Patterns API & Integration Services Traditional Workloads security Hardware Cloud Operating Environment TOSCA Value  Fast, automated composition of services  Differentiated service plans  Repeatable patterns-of-expertise  Fast, automated composition of services  Differentiated service plans  Repeatable patterns-of-expertise Capability  Open ecosystem of composable services  Optimized workload deployment  Integration with systems of record  Open ecosystem of composable services  Optimized workload deployment  Integration with systems of record
  • 21 Accelerating open cloud innovation with Cloud Foundry The Register: IBM pours WebSphere tech into Cloud Foundry cauldron July 24, 2013 - http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/07/24/ibm_pivotal_cloud_foundry/ “IBM is one of the few tech companies that has any experience adapting to massive technological transitions, and when Big Blue combines Cloud Foundry with OpenStack… we think we can discern a strategy that will see IBM… develop products [for] the new wave of cloud technologies.” Hardwar e CloudOE PundIT Weekly Review: Cloud Foundry and the Rising Tide Aug 13, 2013 - http://www.slideshare.net/emcacademics/cloud-foundry-and-the-rising-tide “…momentum around Cloud Foundry continues to accelerate and grow. In just the past few weeks, two more major players have signed on to support the technology and community—IBM and Savvis—both of which are important but in distinctly different ways…. both IBM and Savvis are joining the newly-formed Cloud Foundry Advisory Committee with Pivotal which will collaborate on further development of the platform and work to- wards establishing an open governance model. That is likely to help validate PaaS as a solution category for enterprises and SPs to consider…. In other words, Cloud Foundry is anything but a one trick pony today and, over time, we expect it will find ever wider applications and success.”
  • 22 Fostering the Cloud Foundry community Build a vibrant open source community to develop a platform for cloud app development, deployment & scaling -- the next wave in the open cloud Apply IBM experience in supporting & validating open source technologies & communities (Linux, Eclipse, Apache & more recently OpenStack) & the development of cloud apps Grow a community & ecosystem of ISVs built around a platform for developing, deploying & scaling cloud-centric applications Building Cloud Foundry technology
  • 23 Open governance is a catalyst for accelerating the Cloud Foundry ecosystem Open development model goals Principle: Governance by contribution • Balances inclusiveness of decision making processes with overall project velocity • Active committers have the most day-to-day influence • Representation in governing body as a function of active contribution levels Information Exchange & contributions Community Branding Guidelines Public issue trackers & bug reports Community Contribution Guidelines Community home cloudfoundry.orgCommunity Advisory Board Community ownership of Cloud Foundry assets Extending governance by contribution
  • 24 An open cloud architecture is emerging External Ecosystem External Ecosystem Marketplace App APIAPI services APIAPI analytics APIAPI commerce APIAPI collaboration location APIAPI data APIAPIAPIAPI datastore mobile devopsmiddleware Services Traditional Workloads Services & Composition Patterns API & Integration Services Workload definition, Optimization, & Orchestration Software Defined Compute Software Defined Storage Software Defined Networking Resource Abstraction & Optimization security Solutions APIAPI Hardware
  • 25 Walking the talk: a peek inside IBM’s own private cloud 1 Petabyte of Big Data $ Finance Marketing HR used by 50 Business Intelligence installations consolidated into one cloud 500 Big Data sources < 5 Standardized Business Intelligence tool installations RESULTSRESULTS Better Big Data = Better resultsBetter Big Data = Better results Overall IBM benefitsOverall IBM benefits More customers 32% More direct interactions with first-time IBM customers More feedback 127% More customer responses with fewer campaigns $25 Million over 5 years saved with IBM’s analytics cloud 45,000 IBM sellers now access IBM’s analytics cloud daily 70% More IBMers now use IBM’s analytics cloud, supported by 500 analytics applications
  • 26 Open architectures enable real innovation through interoperability
  • 27 Announcing Today: BlueMix & WebSphere Liberty is freely available for developers and open source! The Buildpack for IBM WebSphere Liberty is freely available for developers  WebSphere Liberty is IBM’s premiere, lightweight container for Java applications  Designed for the cloud to maximum performance, security, and scale  More than a servlet container – as much Java EE Web Profile as your application needs  Composable runtime for easy addition/removal of features including popular open source  Enhanced performance via the IBM Java SDK  Integrated with eclipse tools for rapid development and test  Production extensions for elastic caching, analytics and, advanced programming models WebSphere Liberty Buildpack Contributed to open source Cloud Foundry community Visit our developer community at http://wasdev.net What is IBM BlueMix? IBM BlueMix leverages Cloud Foundry to enable developers to rapidly build, deploy, and manage their cloud applications, while tapping a growing ecosystem of available services and runtime frameworks How Does it Work? IBM will provide services and runtimes into the ecosystem based on their extensive software portfolio Want to get started today on BlueMix? •Contact jStart: jStart@us.ibm.com •Or visit us at: http://ibm.com/bluemix Want to collaborate on Cloud Foundry? •Contact: Todd Moore (tmmoore@us.ibm.com) •Contact: Chris Ferris (chrisfer@us.ibm.com)
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  • 44 Supercharge your application cycle with Cloud Foundry cloudfoundry.com Learn more about innovating with Cloud Foundry & how to get involved ibm.co/16U7euv IBM's open cloud architecture Learn about IBM’s Open Cloud Architecture and how it accelerates business ibm.com/bluemix Preview IBM’s innovative development platform, built on Cloud Foundry: BlueMix openstack.org Discover how OpenStack can transform business infrastructure bit.ly/18HaDJ8 Get started with Cloud Foundry on Pivotal’s public cloud ibm.co/1fFV7kI Update on the growing strength of the Cloud Foundry community Cloud Foundry community ‘strong & getting even stronger’ We are hiring engineers, evangelists, and rocket scientists. Call me maybe – aldiaz@us.ibm.com
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