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  •  GO  FIND  ANOTHER   JOB    
  • Introduc7on  about  cloud  compu7ng   Goals  Of  Cloud  Compu7ng  Advantages  and  Disadvantages  of  Cloud   Compu7ng   Developing  Your  Cloud  Compu7ng   Strategy   Final  Advice  
  • Cloud  compu7ng  is  simply  a   Cloud  compu7ng  is  about   Cloud  Compu7ng  is  a   set  of  pooled  compu7ng   puVng  more  of  your   paradigm  in  which   resources  and  services   Cloud  compu7ng  is  a  material  out  there  and  less   informa7on  is  permanently   delivered  over  the  web.   general  term  for  anything   PCs  or  servers  that  a   on   stored  in  servers  on  the   When  you  diagram  the   that  involves  delivering   business  runs  for  itself.   internet  and  cached   rela7onships  between  all   hosted  services  over  the   temporarily  on  clients  that  the  elements  it  resembles  a   Cloud  compu7ng  refers  to   Internet.   include  desktops,   cloud.   the  delivery  of  on-­‐demand   entertainment  centers,   computa7onal  resources   table  computers,   through  a  computer   Cloud  compu7ng  is  Internet-­‐ notebooks,  wall  computers,   Cloud  compu7ng  is  a   network.     based  development  and  use   compu7ng  paradigm  in   hand-­‐helds,  sensors,   of  computer  technology.  It   monitors,  etc   which  tasks  are  assigned  to   represents  a  paradigm  shiQ   a  combina7on  of   from  users  running  apps  on   connec7ons,  soQware  and   Cloud  compu7ng  makes   their  standalone,  albeit   services  accessed  over  a   infrastructure,  applica7ons,   networked,  machines.   network.     and  business  processes   accessible  en7rely  on  the   Cloud  compu*ng  refers  to  the   internet  without  breaking   on-­‐demand  provision  of   your  budget  or  cloning  your   IT  department.   style  of  compu7ng  where   computa7onal  resources   Personal  cloud  compu7ng   massively  scalable  IT-­‐ (data,  soQware)  via  a   means  having  every  piece   computer  network  rather   Cloud  compu7ng  is  a   related  capabili7es  are   technology  that  uses  the   of  data  you  need  for  every   provided  “as  a  service”   than  from  a  local  computer.   and  central  remote   internet   aspect  of  your  life  at  your   using  Internet  technologies   servers  to  maintain  data   finger7ps  and  ready  for   to  mul7ple  customers   and  applica7ons.   use.  
  • Cloud  compu7ng  is  a  general  term  for  anything   that  involves  delivering   hosted  services  over  the   Internet  
  • PlaYorm  as  a   Service   (PaaS)     SoQware  as  a   Infrastructure   Service  (SaaS)   as  a  Service     (IaaS)   Cloud   Services   Model  
  • Private   Public   Cloud   Cloud  Community   Hybrid   Cloud   Cloud  
  • Cost   Effec7ve  The  Goal  is  to   make  a   Elas7c   drama7c   Provisioning  improvement   in  the  :   Simplifica7on  
  • Low  Cost   Security  Simplifica7on   Limita7on  in  Applica7ons  Centraliza7on   Maintenance  Control   Virtualiza7on   Migra7ons   Self-­‐Service   In  and  Out  Pay-­‐As-­‐You-­‐Go   Loosing  your  Data   Automa7on   Privacy   Green  IT   Hidden  Cost  
  • Your  cloud  strategy  depends  on:   Data  Center   Applica7ons   Services  PorYolio   Changing  Business  Requirements  
  • ü  When  and  how  you  should  use  a  public,  private,  and  hybrid  cloud  services?  ü  What  is  your  company  ‘s  strategy  for  managing  Capital  and  opera7onal   expenses  over  7me?  ü  How  do  you  plan  to  achieve  the  right  level  of  service  across  the  cloud  and  the   data  center.  ü  What  are  the  rules  and  regula7ons  that  your  cloud  provider  needs  to  adhere   to,  to  keep  your  company  safe  and  in  compliance?  ü  How  are  you  planning  to  control  the  data  as  it  moves  out  of  your  data  center   into  external  clouds?  
  • Cloud  Company   IT  Strategy   Compu7ng  Strategy   Strategy  
  • Your  Company  Business  Strategy:   1.  What  type  of  business  am  I  in  ?   2.  Is  my  industry  highly  regulated  ?   3.  How  do  I  benefit  my  customers  ?   4.  How  much  value  am  I  geVng  from  my  exis7ng  data  center  opera7ons  ?   5.  What  are  my  company’s  short-­‐term  and  long-­‐term  goals  ?   6.  Am  I  under  pressure  to  reduce  capital  expenses  ?   7.  Am  I  planning  to  develop  new,  untested  technology-­‐based  offering  over  the   next  18-­‐24  months  ?   8.  How  are  my  compe7tors  dealing  with  their  technology  strategy  ?   9.  Are  my  compe7tors  able  to  move  more  quickly  than  my  company  ?   10. What  are  my  strategic  advantages  ?  
  • Your  IT  Strategy:   1.  How  tangled  is  my  compu7ng  environment  ?   2.  What’s  my  data  center  environment  ?   3.  What  data  supports  my  strategy?   4.  Assessing  Your  Expense  Structure.   5.  Checking  up  on  rules  and  governance.   6.  Developing  a  road  map.  
  • Don’t  Be  Reac7ve  Do  Consider  the  Cloud  Financial  Issue  Don’t  Go  It  Alone  Do  Think  about  Your  Architecture  Don’t  Neglect  Governance  Do  Make  Security  the  Centerpiece  of  Your  Strategy  Don’t  Forget  about  Business  process  Do  Start  with  a  Pilot  Project  Don’t  Apply  the  Cloud  to  Everything  Don’t  Forget  about  Service  Management