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Overview of cloud computing, the concerns and what a service provider should do to overcome obstacles and create cloud infrastructure

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    • 1CLOUD RELIABILITY AND SECURITYShekhar GuptaDirector, Consulting & PLMMotorola Mobility
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    • CONSUMERS WANT ACCESS TO RELEVANT CONTENT REGARDLESS OF TIME,PLACE, DEVICE OR NETWORK3
    • ConsumersOperatorsContent OwnersThe operator challenge: content anywhere,anytime, from any channelInternet4
    • 5Big Cloud Drivers3
    • Cloud-based consumer and business products, services and solutionsare delivered and consumed in real-time over the InternetPublic – open to a largely unrestricted universe of potential users; designed for a market,not a single enterprisePrivate – designed for, and access restricted to, a single enterprise (or extendedenterprise); an internal shared resource, not a commercial offering; IT Org isthe “vendor” of the shared/std service to its usersDeploymentModels**[Note: large gray zones exist between these two broad categories] Shared, standard service – built for a public market, not a single customer Solution-packaged – a “turnkey” offering that integrates required resources Self-service – admin, provisioning; may require some “on-boarding” support Elastic scaling – dynamic and fine-grained Use-based pricing – supported by service metering Accessible via the Internet/IP – ubiquitous, authorized network access Standard UI technologies – browsers, RIA clients and underlying technologies Published service interface/API – e.g., web services, APIsKeyAttributes6
    • 7Cloud DisruptionMore than 50% believe most categories will be disrupted
    • 8The Cloud Isn’t Just for ITGrowth Opportunities by Vertical IndustryMarket, 2011–2016 (Millions of Dollars)Note: Bubble size measures the expected difference betweenthe 2016 and the 2011 market sizes in millions of U.S. dollarsSource: Gartner November 2012
    • 9Cloud formation
    • 10Cloud Formation
    • 11Cloud formation
    • 12Cloud formation
    • 13Cloud formation
    • 14Benefits
    • 15Perceived ChallengesQ: Rate the challenges/issues of the “cloud”/on-demand model(Scale: 1 = Not at all concerned 5 = Very concerned)Source: IDC Enterprise Panel, 3Q09, n = 263
    • 16The Mission is Critical
    • Addressing the Challenges17
    • 18Creating Cloud
    • 19Selecting a VendorCloud Computing Vendors Review “Process”
    • SLA
    • 21Maturing Technology
    • 22Progress
    • 23Progress
    • 24Progress
    • 25ForecastPublic Cloud Services Forecast, Worldwide, 2Q11 Update: 19% Annual Average Growth
    • 26Cloud Services Market
    • Motorola as a Leader
    • Motorola’s Cloud Based Multi-Screen Solution:Integrated, Flexible, OpenHome & YouCONTENTMANAGEMENTDEVICEMANAGEMENTCONTENTSECURITYUSERINTERFACEPLATFORMANALYTICSSERVICE ASSURANCEACCESSNETWORKCONTENTDELIVERYNETWORKCONTENTCAPTURE &DELIVERYCONTENTPROCESSINGGATEWAYCONSUMERDEVICESSET-TOP
    • • Leveraging HTML5 and the Cloud to increase Service VelocityDelivering a Compelling User ExperienceEFFICIENCIESTIME TO MARKETMONETIZATIONCUSTOM GUI MULTI-SCREENLEGACY STBsSUBSCRIBERS EXPECT NEW SERVICES TO BE INTRODUCED AT THE PACE OF THE INTERNET
    • 30Q and A