Cloud Frontiers 2011

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Keynote presentation for KT's Cloud Frontiers 2011 (actual conference was in December 2010).

Contains a lot of early thinking on disruption patterns, cloud computing, and how Republic of Korea can be an effective global cloud competitor.

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Cloud Frontiers 2011

  1. 1. Cloud Can Increase Korea’s Global Competitiveness Keynote - Cloud Frontiers 2011 Randy Bias, CEO,
  2. 2. A Vision of Cloud ComputingFundamentals of the Disruption Korean Opportunities
  3. 3. A Vision of Cloud Computing ( )
  4. 4. What is Cloud Computing?On demand Self-service services? Web Apps? ? IT-as-a- Service? Virtualization?
  5. 5. ... could it be even bigger change?On demand Self-service services? Web Apps? IT-as-a- Service? Virtualization?
  6. 6. ... could it be even bigger change?On demand Self-service services? Web Apps? Revolution? Disruption? IT-as-a- Service? Virtualization?
  7. 7. Where did Cloud Computing come from?
  8. 8. Where did Cloud Computing come from?
  9. 9. Why? SCALE changes everything
  10. 10. The Industrial Revolution ...
  11. 11. ... Revolutionized
  12. 12. The Digital Revolution ... Revolutionized
  13. 13. The Digital Revolution ... Revolutionized pt io n ru e di s s id in
  14. 14. Fundamentals of the Disruption ( )
  15. 15. Generating power
  16. 16. Generating power at scale?
  17. 17. Power at scale
  18. 18. These are not the same thingEnterprise-class Utility grade
  19. 19. These are not the same thingEnterprise-class Utility grade
  20. 20. Cloud Computing is a new tool for ... CloudComputing
  21. 21. Cloud Computing is a new tool for ... ... enabling Cloud Datacenters Cloud CloudComputing Datacenters
  22. 22. Cloud Computing is a new tool for ... ... enabling Cloud Datacenters ... which deliver Cloud Services Cloud Cloud CloudComputing Datacenters Services
  23. 23. Enterprise Computing vs. Cloud Computing Manual Automated
  24. 24. Enterprise Computing vs. Cloud Computing Manual Automated Local power Utility power (average datacenter) (cloud datacenter)
  25. 25. Cloud computing is a huge change to IT
  26. 26. What is the big deal? Labor Server Mgmt Monthly 5-yr Costs Ratio Cost Cost Average 100:1 $75.00 $4500Enterprise Google 10,000:1 $0.75 $45 10-100x Labor Savings
  27. 27. What is the big deal? Labor Server Mgmt Monthly 5-yr Costs Ratio Cost Cost Average 100:1 $75.00 $4500Enterprise Google 10,000:1 $0.75 $45 10-100x Labor Savings2-10x H/W Savings 5-10x S/W Savings 2-3x Power/ Cooling Savings
  28. 28. Doing IT Yourself (DIY)?Customers who DIY
  29. 29. Doing IT Yourself (DIY)?Customers who DIY Early adopters – competitive advantage
  30. 30. Doing IT Yourself (DIY)? Peak adoption –Customers NO advantage who DIY Early adopters – competitive advantage
  31. 31. Doing IT Yourself (DIY)? Peak adoption – Specialists provideCustomers NO advantage a ‘utility’ service who DIY Early adopters – competitive advantage
  32. 32. Doing IT Yourself (DIY)? Peak adoption – Specialists provideCustomers NO advantage a ‘utility’ service who DIY Early adopters – competitive advantage
  33. 33. Doing IT Yourself (DIY)? Peak adoption – Specialists provideCustomers NO advantage a ‘utility’ service who DIY Early adopters – competitive advantage
  34. 34. Doing IT Yourself (DIY)? Peak adoption – Specialists provideCustomers NO advantage a ‘utility’ service who DIY Early adopters – competitive advantage
  35. 35. Doing IT Yourself (DIY)? Peak adoption – Specialists provideCustomers NO advantage a ‘utility’ service who DIY Early Mature adopters – service competitive provider advantage market
  36. 36. Doing IT Yourself (DIY)? Peak adoption – Specialists provideCustomers NO advantage a ‘utility’ service who DIY We Are Here Early Mature adopters – service competitive provider advantage market
  37. 37. Doing IT Yourself (DIY)?Customers who DIY Early Adopters Peak Adoption Utility Market
  38. 38. Doing IT Yourself (DIY)?Customers who DIY Competitive No Competitive Advantage Advantage Disadvantage
  39. 39. Utility Service Providers Power Grid Air Transport Water PlantBanking & Finance Telecommunications
  40. 40. IT Vendors & Phased Disruption
  41. 41. IT Vendors & Phased Disruption Disruption
  42. 42. IT Vendors & Phased Disruption Disruption Disruption
  43. 43. IT Vendors & Phased Disruption Disruption Disruption Disruption
  44. 44. There will be winners & losers ... In 4 Years: In 4 Years: 200K+ users 20M+ endusers$500M annual revenue >2M businesses 100% annual growth
  45. 45. The IT landscape is being re-shaped
  46. 46. Companies are using the disruptive change to deliver business results TODAY “Thousands of servers in use [to deliver 99.999% uptime VOD service]”
  47. 47. Companies are using the disruptive change to deliver business results TODAY “Thousands of servers in use [to deliver 99.999% uptime VOD service]”Actuarial processing
  48. 48. Companies are using the disruptive change to deliver business results TODAY “Thousands of servers in use [to deliver 99.999% uptime VOD service]”Actuarial processing Storage for mobile broadcasting
  49. 49. Companies are using the disruptive change to deliver business results TODAY “Thousands of servers in use [to deliver 99.999% uptime VOD service]”Actuarial processing Storage for mobile broadcasting Image processing
  50. 50. Key benefit #1:Bottom Line Savings are 10-40x
  51. 51. Key benefit #2: Top Line Growth is IncalculableDo things you couldn’t possibly do before
  52. 52. Key benefit #2: Top Line Growth is IncalculableDo things you couldn’t possibly do before Facebook app grows to 4,000 servers overnight
  53. 53. Key benefit #2: Top Line Growth is Incalculable Do things you couldn’t possibly do before Facebook app grows to 4,000 servers overnightDrug test lab in 5 mins (from 8wks)
  54. 54. Key benefit #2: Top Line Growth is Incalculable Do things you couldn’t possibly do before Facebook app grows to 4,000 servers overnightDrug test lab in 5 mins (from 8wks) U.S.A. Electronic Retailer: +25% revenue in 2 months
  55. 55. Korean Opportunities( )
  56. 56. You have become a global economic powerGDP in $
  57. 57. You are a technology leader
  58. 58. You are a technology leader
  59. 59. You are a technology leader
  60. 60. You are a technology leader
  61. 61. You are a technology leader
  62. 62. You are a technology leader
  63. 63. Case Study In only 8 months ...Private Cloud Mobile Cloud Public Cloud
  64. 64. Case Study In only 8 months ... T B ! C n p e oPrivate Cloud Mobile Cloud Public Cloud
  65. 65. KT’s Immediate Cloud Benefits (#1 & #2) CapEx Reduction (5x)
  66. 66. KT’s Immediate Cloud Benefits (#1 & #2) CapEx Time To Reduction Provision (5x) (50x)
  67. 67. How KT did it
  68. 68. How KT did it
  69. 69. How KT did it
  70. 70. How KT did it
  71. 71. How KT did it
  72. 72. How KT did it
  73. 73. How KT did it
  74. 74. Call to Arms(Avoid disruption)
  75. 75. Call to Arms (Avoid disruption)1. Embrace change
  76. 76. Call to Arms (Avoid disruption)1. Embrace change2. Use cloud technology NOW
  77. 77. Call to Arms (Avoid disruption)1. Embrace change2. Use cloud technology NOW3. Educate yourselves
  78. 78. Call to Arms (Avoid disruption)1. Embrace change2. Use cloud technology NOW3. Educate yourselves4. Find cloud pioneers
  79. 79. Call to Arms (Avoid disruption)1. Embrace change2. Use cloud technology NOW3. Educate yourselves4. Find cloud pioneers5. Strategize on disrupting
  80. 80. Call to Arms (Avoid disruption)1. Embrace change2. Use cloud technology NOW3. Educate yourselves4. Find cloud pioneers5. Strategize on disrupting6. Execute
  81. 81. Summary !Disrupt, don’t be disrupted!

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