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Cloud Computing Status, Trends and Challenges

Cloud Computing Status, Trends and Challenges
Beamap Petit Déjeuner

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  • 1. Cloud Computing Status, Trends and Challenges John Rhoton Beamap Petit Déjeuner 24 January 2013 rhoton@gmail.com24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 1
  • 2. Agenda •  Status •  Hybrid Cloud •  Adoption Barriers •  Trends24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 2
  • 3. Cloud Essence •  Simple definition: “resource pooling” •  Attributes –  Virtualization, Multi-tenancy, Automation, Self-service, Internet Delivery, Elasticity, On-demand provisioning, Utility Pricing, Service Orientation, Outsourcing… •  Benefits –  Cost Reduction –  Increased Revenue (Agility) –  Faster Growth (Focus)24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 3
  • 4. Emotional vs Factual •  Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt •  Increased Effort –  Evaluation –  Negotiation –  Integration –  Implementation •  Reduce CAPEX benefits Plan early, think objectively24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 4
  • 5. Status •  Startups start with cloud –  Small, no legacy, unpredictable growth •  Enterprise –  Short term: Dev/test, Collaboration, Security, New outbound services –  Long term: Private-> Hybrid -> Public24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 5
  • 6. Private Cloud Optimization •  Resource Efficiencies –  Virtualization •  Operational Efficiencies –  Automation, Chargeback •  Sourcing Efficiencies –  Service Orientation, Modularization, Granular Security24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 6
  • 7. Private Cloud Flexibility Cloud Provider Customers Business Units IT Customers Cloud Provider24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 7
  • 8. Hybrid Cloud Convergence Silo Integrated Dynamic24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 8
  • 9. Barriers •  Data leakage •  Data loss •  Vendor lock-in •  Service loss •  Compliance24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 9
  • 10. Risk Treatment High Probability Eliminate Resilience Business Continuity Low Probability Low Impact High Impact24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 10
  • 11. Risk Mitigation Options Data Leakage Provider Assessment Data Loss Contract Negotiation Service Loss Encryption Service Impairment Additional Backup Lock-In Standardization Damaged Reputation Multi-sourcing24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 11
  • 12. Shifting Trust Employees   Contractors  •  Personal observation Segmenta(on  •  Personal experience•  Insight Access  controls   Partners   Suppliers   Auditors  •  Public verification•  Contracts Public  Scru:ny   Encryp(on  •  Compensation Access  controls   Experts   Legal  Counsel   Adapt Corporate Culture 24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 12
  • 13. Threat Vectors 1 Host Host 3 Guest Guest Guest 6 Guest Guest Guest 2 4 5 Increase Monitoring Scope and Depth24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 13
  • 14. Compliance Global Internet versus National Laws Enforce Logical Barriers24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 14
  • 15. Identity Federation Identity challenges •  Password proliferation •  Weak authentication •  Support costs •  User productivity Implement Identity Standards (SAML, SCIM)24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 15
  • 16. Confidentiality •  Data Governance –  Data loss prevention •  Compartmentalization •  Encryption Classify data, Select and Combine Options24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 16
  • 17. Redundancy •  Dimensions –  Physical –  Geographical –  Technological –  Organizational •  Horizontal Scalability •  ACID (Atomic Consistent Isolated Durable) => BASE (Basic Availability, Soft-state, Eventual consistency) Architect for scale24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 17
  • 18. Business Continuity •  Cold Site •  Warm Site •  Hot Site •  Double-Active Multi-dimensional redundancy is critical24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 18
  • 19. Lock-in vs. Cloud Stacks Proprietary Proprietary Open Consortium Hardware Software Source Driven Balance ease with flexibility24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 19
  • 20. Summary •  Private cloud is the starting point •  Public cloud is the final destination •  Multiple stages of hybrid cloud in between •  Security challenges real but addressable •  Redundancy is critical for availability24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 20
  • 21. Contact Details Feel free to reach out to me at: Contact Beamap: rhoton@gmail.com Patrick Joubert +43 699 18662050 Directeur Associé linkedin/in/rhoton patrick.joubert@beamap.fr +33 6 64 16 75 20 or look me up at: amazon.com/author/rhoton slideshare.net/rhoton www.beamap.fr24/01/2013 John Rhoton – 2013 21