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This presentation was made at the TiECon Chennai 2010, November 24th aiming at the Emerging Technologies - Cloud Computing

This presentation was made at the TiECon Chennai 2010, November 24th aiming at the Emerging Technologies - Cloud Computing

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  • 1. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010
  • 2. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Moderator: Raman Govindarajan Speakers: Hemanth Dattatreya TiE Chennai’s Technology SIG (Special Interest Group) HP India Dhruv SinghalSenior Director, Oracle India. CEO, Perfsystems India Pvt Ltd., India.
  • 3. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 HEMANTH DATTATREYA Cloud Computing Lead & Client Principal HP Software & Solutions Hemanth Dattatreya joined HP in1999. Since then Hemanth has been involved in building cloud research prototypes with HP Labs as well as market requirements management for Cloud Computing between 2008-2010. Hemanth wears numerous industry hats in the areas of Internet Policy & penetration and IPv6 deployment (next-generation Internet).
  • 4. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 HEMANTH DATTATREYA Cloud Computing Lead & Client Principal HP Software & Solutions His work in the technology industry has earned Hemanth many awards within HP, including the HP Asia Pacific Integrity Champion (Sales), Hewlett Packard Business Excellence Award for Value Innovation, and Individual Initiative award. He was also conferred the “Internet Pioneer Award” in March 2005 by the IPv6 Forum.
  • 5. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Dhruv Singhal has been in the IT Industry for over 22 years. He has worked extensively on varied projects in India, UK & USA. Dhruv is an expert on technology and has written extensively on various technology concepts including self-service provisioning, Enterprise Application Integration and Service Oriented Architecture. DHRUV SINGHAL Senior Director, Sales Consulting Fusion Middleware, India Oracle Corporation
  • 6. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 DHRUV SINGHAL Senior Director, Sales Consulting Fusion Middleware, India Oracle Corporation Dhruv is currently responsible for Sales Consulting for Fusion Middleware for Oracle India. In addition, he is also the Cloud Lead across all the Lines of Businesses for Oracle India. Dhruv is a graduate in Electrical Engineering from IIT Delhi and also holds an MBA degree from IIM Calcutta.
  • 7. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010
  • 8. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010
  • 9. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Gartner says worldwide cloud service revenue will surpass $56.3 billion in 2009, a 21.3 per cent increase in revenue from $46.4 billion in 2008. The market is expected to reach $150.1 billion in 2013. The Indian market, according to Springboard Research, will register compounded annual growth of 76 percent between 2007 and 2011 and reach $260 million (around Rs 1,300 crore) in by 2011.
  • 10. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Cloud Computing Market from Gartner Report and Springboard Research 46.4 56.3 74 97 123 150.1 RevenuefromCloud (InBillion)
  • 11. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Client Personal Main – frame Internet Server Increasingbusinessability Time Utility Computing Network Computing Grid Computing Web Services Cloud Computing
  • 12. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technologies For Last 6 Yearsd For 2004 For 2005 For 2006 For 2007 For 2008 For 2009 1 Grid Computing Grid AJAX Web 2.0 - AJAX Irich Clients Green IT 2 Instant Messaging Instant Messaging Collective Intelligence Business Process Management Suites Unified Communications 3 Internal Web Services IP Telephony Enterprise Information Management Communities and Collective Intelligence Business Process Modeling Servers - Beyond Blades 4 IP Telephony Location - aware services Grid Computing Enterprise Information Management Metadata Management Web - Oriented Architectures 5 Network Security Technologies Mesh networks Information Access Information Access EnterpriseMashups. 6 Policy - Based Management OLED/LEP Mashup Composite Model Web 2.0 - Mashup Composite Model Mashup & Composite Apps Specialized Systems 7 Real - Time Data Warehouse Real - Time Infrastructure Open Source Open Source Web Platform & WOA Social Software and Social Networking 8 RFID Tags RFID Tags Pervasive Computing Service Registries and Repositories Computing Fabric Unified Communications 9 Utility Computing Software as Services Service - Oriented Architecture Ubiquitous Computing Real World Web Business Intelligence 10 Wi-Fi Security Taxonomies Social Software Green IT Cloud Computing Virtualization VirtualizationVirtualization Virtualization
  • 13. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Cloud Computing: A style of computing where dynamic, scalable and elastic IT-enabled capabilities are delivered as a service using Internet technologies.
  • 14. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Cost Efficiency [Lesser Investment] Scalability [Users / Computing & Storage] Flexibility & Adaptability [SMEs]
  • 15. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Client Application Platform Infrastructure Server "Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)" delivers computer infrastructure, typically a platform virtualization environment, as a service.
  • 16. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Client Application Platform Infrastructure Server "Platform as a Service (PaaS)" deliver a computing platform and/or solution stack as a service, often consuming cloud infrastructure and sustaining cloud applications.
  • 17. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Client Application Platform Infrastructure Server Software as a Service (SaaS) deliver software as a service over the Internet eliminating the need to install and run the application on customer’s own computer and simplifying maintenance and support.
  • 18. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Client Application Platform Infrastructure Server Servers layer consists of computer hardware and/or computer software products that are specifically designed for the delivery of cloud services, including multi- core processors, cloud- specific operating systems and combined offerings
  • 19. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Research Note from Merrill Lynch Platform Provider SaaS Infrastructure Internal Cloud Salesforce.com Digital Reality* Akamai Dell EMC+ VMware Sun IBM Activision* Netsuite Microsoft Amazon Google Markus Klems Core business DIY Move into new market
  • 20. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010
  • 21. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Private cloud and Internal cloud are expressions that emulate cloud computing on private networks. These deliver benefits without the pitfalls, capitalizing on data security, corporate governance, and reliability concerns.
  • 22. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 A hybrid cloud environment consists of multiple internal and/or external providers typical for most enterprises. By integrating multiple clouds services, users may be able to ease the transition to public cloud services.
  • 23. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010 Public cloud or external cloud describes cloud computing in the traditional mainstream sense, whereby resources are dynamically provisioned on a self- service basis over the Internet from an off-site third-party provider who bills on a fine-grained utility computing basis.
  • 24. PANEL DISCUSSION November 24th 2010

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