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SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update
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SIIA & INPUT Webinar: Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update

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Opening Presentation by INPUT: "Five Indicators That Cloud Computing is Here to Stay" …

Opening Presentation by INPUT: "Five Indicators That Cloud Computing is Here to Stay"
Presenter:
Deniece Peterson, Manager, Industry Analysis, INPUT

Vendor Panel
Moderator:
Michael Binko, President & CEO, kloudtrack
Panelists:
Kevin Jackson, Cloud Evangelist and Engineering Fellow, NJVC
Nick Hoover, Senior Editor, InformationWeek
Robert O. Ames, Director and Deputy CTO, IBM Federal

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  • 1. The Federal Cloud Computing Initiative Update Presenter: Deniece Peterson, Manager, Industry Analysis, INPUT Vendor Panel Moderator: Michael Binko, President & CEO, kloudtrack® Panelists: Kevin Jackson, Cloud Evangelist and Engineering Fellow, NJVC Nick Hoover, Senior Editor, InformationWeek Robert O. Ames, Director and Deputy CTO, IBM Federal
  • 2. How to ask questions Use the chat boxany time during the webinar! Later on during theQ&A, dial 14 on your dial pad to askquestions via phone.
  • 3. Keynote Speakers Chris C. Kemp CTO for IT NASA Dawn Leaf Senior Advisor, Information Technology Laboratory & Senior Executive for Cloud Computing NIST Sanjeev Bhagowalia Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, General Services AdministrationPlan your participation & register at siia.net/cloudgov
  • 4. All About The Cloud May 24-26, 2011 The Palace Hotel, San FranciscoJoin us for our 6th year at the world’s largest ISV cloud computing conference! For more information, contact Rhianna Collier (rcollier@siia.net)
  • 5. Roundtable Participants Michael Binko, President and CEO Kevin Jackson, Engineering Fellow Robert Ames, Deputy CTO, IBM Federal Nick Hoover, Senior Editor, Government Sector 5
  • 6. Five Indicators ThatFederal Cloud Computingis Here to StayFebruary 2, 2011Presented byDeniece PetersonManager, Industry Analysis
  • 7. INPUT Survey: Cloud Computing 19% 70% 54% 55% Have cloud Anticipate cloud See cost Believe computing computing security is the savings as the solution(s) in having a major primary driver of primary obstacle place impact on cloud computing to broader agency IT adoption adoption objectives n=37Margin of Error: +/-3% 7
  • 8. #5: Vendor Solutions Poised to MeetAgency DemandVendor solutionscontinue to evolveExpanding vendor pool Vendor Solnsfrom large-scale marketleaders to small, nicheplayersCloud computingcontinues to spur M&AactivityInteresting partnershipsemerging todrive/support cloudcomputing (e.g.convergedinfrastructure stacks) 8
  • 9. #4: Standards and Portability Tackledwith SAJACC NIST-led initiative to validate and interim specifications to agencies in the areas Standards Portability of security, interoperability and data portability Numerous working groups open to vendors Use cases Reference architecture and taxonomy 9
  • 10. #3: Numerous Models of Success Pavethe Way Defense • Army – email (DISA), CRM • Air Force – personnel services, CRM/case mgmt • DISA – RACE PaaS (SW testing/dev) DOE - Email DHS – SharePoint as a Service, email GSA – Apps.gov, email HHS – EHR, IT inventory Early Adopters mgmt Interior – Email, Cloud Service Provider (National Business Center) NASA – Nebula SSA – online knowledge base Treasury – Treasury.gov website 10
  • 11. #2: Certification Program Underway toAddress Security ConcernsFederal Risk and AuthorizationManagement Program (FedRAMP) Centralized cloud computing security certification service GSA-led initiative, in collaboration with OMB (policy) and NIST (technical) Allows agencies to leverage FedRAMP authorization Goals: Securit ion Improve overall y C ertificat security posture Reduce duplication of effort Enable rapid acquisition of cloud services 11
  • 12. #1: OMB Policy Putting “Teeth” intoCloud Strategy25 Point Implementation Plan to Reform Cloud Computing AlternativesFederal Information Technology Analysis - Budget SubmissionsManagement By September 2011: for “Cloud-First” Policy all newly planned or Identify 3 “must performing major IT move” systems investments By September 2012: for within 3 months; all IT investments move 1 to the making enhancements cloud within 12 to an existing investment months By September 2013: for all IT investments in steady-state t Polic y rcemen Enfo 12
  • 13. Cloud Computing in 2011Agency Challenges Ahead: Reaching economies of scale Funding issues Cultural issues Security Licensing modelsVendor Challenges New competition as most major vendors develop cloud solutions Gaining customer buy-in Required changes to business modelsVendor Opportunities “Low risk” solutions, such as email, collaboration and CRM Private clouds TBD - more to come in the FY2012 President’s Budget Request!13
  • 14. Roundtable Participants Michael Binko, President and CEO Kevin Jackson, Engineering Fellow Robert Ames, Deputy CTO, IBM Federal Nick Hoover, Senior Editor, Government Sector Thank You !! 14
  • 15. Q&ADial 14 to ask a question or use the Chat Box
  • 16. Thanks for attending!A recording link will be distributed via email by Friday

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