Objective:educate architects and decision makers on what they need to be aware of when considering cloud solutions
Objective: introduce presenter, set tone of presentation
Objective: outline session, describe differences from title.Notes/Speaking Points:Title work, but doesn’t flow well when we’re walking through the topicsWhat – is the cloud?Why – do I want too?When – am I ready for it?Where – does it make sense to use it?
Objective: introduction of sectionNotes/Speaking Points:Show of hand that know what cloud is? Point out that explanations will vary widelyShow of hands (keep them up): have used cloud at work? Have played an online game? Used email? Accessed Facebook or another social network?In this section we’ll dispell some of the myths.
Objective:Show complicated definitionsNotes/Speaking Points:This doesn’t really tell us anything, we need to simplify it.
Objective: simplify cloud definitionNotes/Speaking Points:Four key attributes we are looking for:On demand = available when I want it, without someone else having to do anythingAccess anywhere = access as you would any other internet resourceRapid elasticity = quickly grow or contract capacity based on need/demandMeasured/Metered = pay only for what you useThis all really boils down to is removing the things you don’t want to have to care about. You need your applications, your data, not running a data center, managing resources, etc…
Objective: explain types of cloudsNotes/Speaking Points:Public cloud = multiple tenants, hosted by a 3rd partyPrivate cloud = you host, you’re “usually” the only tenantDedicated cloud = single tenant, hosted by a 3rd partySecure cloud federation = being able to make these resources part of your network
Objective: cover types of cloud solutionsNotes/Speaking Points:Left to right, more control and responsibility to less
Objective: introduction of sectionNotes/Speaking Points:Don’t just do it for the sake of doing cloud, understand the benefits. Why would you want to use this stuf?
Objective: Can I control/manage it, do I understand what I’m getting into? What’s my appetite for risk?
Objective: Limits – what contract or regulatory restrictions are you subject too? Will your client lets you put their data into the cloud
Objective: help MSFT promote the offer
Objective: Address any questions
Local Touch – Global ReachWhen? Where? Why? Cloud?Brent Stineman – National Cloud Solution Specialist www.us.sogeti.com
Your Presenter Nearly 20 Years of IT Experience Mainframe to Mobile Manufacturing Fraud Prevention Financial Services Public Sector 10 years on Internet Solutions Microsoft MVP Brent.Stineman@us.sogeti.com for the Windows Azure Platform Twitter: @BrentCodeMonkey Web: brentdacodemonkey.wordpress.com/ blogs.us.sogeti.com/ccdigest/ www.us.sogeti.com 2Local Touch – Global Reach
Change to our regularly scheduled program What? When? Where? Why? www.us.sogeti.com 3Local Touch – Global Reach
What is “the cloud”? www.us.sogeti.com 4Local Touch – Global Reach
What is cloud - Definitions Research firm IDC describes cloud computing as "an emerging IT development, deployment and delivery model, enabling real-time delivery of products, services and solutions over the Internet.“ Analyst firm Gartner defines the new technology pitch phrase as "a style of computing where scalable and elastic IT enabled capabilities are provided as a service to external customers using Internet technologies." Analyst firm THINKstrategies defines cloud computing as “a set of web- based tools and services, which permit users to acquire computing resources and development capabilities to build or support applications, or perform specific IT functions on a pay-as-you-go basis.” www.us.sogeti.com 5Local Touch – Global Reach
What is cloud - Simplified Essential Characteristics • On demand self-service • Access Anywhere • Rapid elasticity • Measured Service CPut C put i ng iway… -per -use l oud another s a pay om m odel f or enabl i ng avai l abl e, conveni ent , on-dem and net w k access or Cloud Computing is t o a shar ed pool of conf i gur abl e about or age,ces (e.g., inet wor com i ng r making things ks, put ser ver s, st esour appl i cat ons, ser you carecan be r api dl y vi ces) t hat about into anagem National Institute ofdon’t. Technology der thingsf or t or Standards and pr ovi ent ef you ser vi ce pr ovi si oned and r el eased w t h m ni m i i al m i nt er act i on www.us.sogeti.com 6Local Touch – Global Reach
What is cloud - types Dedicated Cloud Public Cloud Secure Cloud Federation Private Cloud Traditional Infrastructure ENTERPRISE www.us.sogeti.com 7Local Touch – Global Reach
What is cloud - Delivery Models Traditional Cloud Packaged Infrastructure Platform Software Software (as a Service) (as a Service) (as a Service) You manage Applications Applications Applications Applications You manage Data Data Data Data Runtime Runtime Runtime Runtime Bring your own Bring your own Bring your own Users Managed by vendor Middleware Virtual Machines Middleware Applications Middleware Middleware You manage Managed by vendor O/S O/S Amazon EC2 O/S Windows Azure O/S Salesforce Rackspace Heroku Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization Office 365 Virtualization Managed by vendor Google Apps CRM Online Servers Servers Servers Yahoo Mail Servers Storage Storage Storage Storage Networking Networking Networking Networking www.us.sogeti.com 8Local Touch – Global Reach
Why should I care about cloud? www.us.sogeti.com 9Local Touch – Global Reach
Benefits to your Organization Lack of Internal Capability • Not a core competency • Missing skill sets Immediate Needs • Can’t wait for procurement • Need additional capacity Cost can be a factor • Should never be THE factor www.us.sogeti.com 10Local Touch – Global Reach
Benefits to your customers Mobile Enablement • Increased accessibility Increased Functionality • New capabilities • Extend features Higher Availability • Most SLA’s are 99.9% or higher www.us.sogeti.com 11Local Touch – Global Reach
When am I ready to use it? www.us.sogeti.com 12Local Touch – Global Reach
When am I ready for cloud? Get your house in order • Document Processes/Governance • Identify Business Drivers • Know your limitsImage from: http://yainig.blog.com/2011/05/27/qualities-of-good-governance/ www.us.sogeti.com 13Local Touch – Global Reach
When have I found a provider? Its like picking a bank • You’re trusting your IP to them • What level of security do they have? • Do they have the services you need? • What about fees? What about SLA’s? • What is it worth to you? www.us.sogeti.com 14Local Touch – Global Reach
Is my team ready? Change is scary • Jobs change, not necessarily go away • Different than what we’re used too Temper Expectations • Grass isn’t always greener • Right tool for the right job www.us.sogeti.com 15Local Touch – Global Reach
Where are my cloud opportunities? www.us.sogeti.com 16Local Touch – Global Reach
Opportunities – Non-Critical Systems Secondary Systems • Development Environments • Testing Environments • Shadow IT projects Failover/Redundancy • Back-ups • Disaster Recovery www.us.sogeti.com 17Local Touch – Global Reach
Opportunities – Cyclical/Burst Demands Seasonal needs (month end? Open enrollment?) Promotions, product launches “the Oprah affect” Onboarding activities www.us.sogeti.com 18Local Touch – Global Reach
Opportunities – New Projects Prototyping, proof of concepts Start in cloud, move to on-premises when ready If it fails, not left with excess capacity Speed to market rapidly increased www.us.sogeti.com 19Local Touch – Global Reach
Your chance to win! bit.ly/msft_privatecloud www.us.sogeti.com 20Local Touch – Global Reach
Questions?? Contact Info Brent.Stineman@us.sogeti.com Microsoft MVP Twitter: @BrentCodeMonkey for the Windows Web: brentdacodemonkey.wordpress.com/ Azure Platform blogs.us.sogeti.com/ccdigest/ www.us.sogeti.com 21Local Touch – Global Reach
Local Touch – Global Reach Thank you www.us.sogeti.com