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Cloud Computing and SAP

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  • [ ] 09/03/09
  • [ ] 09/03/09 Cloud Computing – a new delivery and consumption model helps improve business flexibility Choice of Private Clouds “Client owned” infrastructure and services Choice of Public Cloud “Cloud provider owned” assets and services Many offerings will fall into these two models – eg: IBM CoD is a hybrid cloud offering – mix of private: offsite, IBM hosted, customer leased assets and public: IBM hosted assets, isolated clusters rented to only one client at a time.
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    • 1. Cloud Computing – Paradigm Shift Presented by: Vineet Pahuja
    • 2. Agenda Cloud Computing Explained Cloud Computing and IBM Cloud Computing and SAP
    • 3. Cloud Computing
      • Cloud computing is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as a service over the Internet .
      • Cloud Computing allows On Demand Software Provisioning with Zero-Installation & Automatic Configuration at low cost and immediate access in Scalable Data Centers .
    • 4. Cloud Computing Spectrum
    • 5. 3–Tier Cloud Architecture Infrastructure-as-a-Service (Cloud Infrastructure) Servers Networking Storage Data Center Fabric Shared virtualized, dynamic provisioning
      • Delivery of computing Infrastructure as a Service
        • Storage, Processing, Bandwidth, Network connectivity, VPN, Resilient Infrastructure, Security, Hardware/Firmware Maintenance, Power, Cooling
      • Allows developers to use pre-built or custom build images
      • Pricing based on CPU usage, data storage & transfer
      • Key Players
        • IBM, Amazon EC2, GoGrid, Nimbus, 3tera, ElasticHosts, RightScale
    • 6. 3–Tier Cloud Architecture
      • Delivery of a computing platform and solution stack as a service
        • Develop, test, deploy, host and maintain applications in the same integrated development environment
      • Ability to incorporate web services from multiple sources
      • Multi-tenant Architecture Support
      • Key Players
        • Google App Engine, Azure Services Platform, WorkXpress, PegaSystems, Wavemaker
      Platform-as-a-Service (Cloud Platforms) Middleware Database Web 2.0 Application Runtime Java Runtime Development Tooling
    • 7. 3–Tier Cloud Architecture
      • Model of software development where a provider licenses an application to customers for use as a service on demand
      • Multiple Levels of maturity
        • Ad/hoc Custom applications
        • Configurable applications
        • Configurable / Multi-tenant applications
        • Scalable / Configurable / Multi-tenant applications
      • Pricing generally on per user basis
      • Key Players:
        • SalesForce.com , NetSuite, RightNow, SAP BusinessByDesign
      Software-as-a-Service (Cloud Applications) Collaboration Business Processes CRM/ERP/HR Industry Applications
    • 8. New consumption and delivery models drive new sourcing options and business flexibility. GOVERNANCE
      • Public …
      • Standardized services on the provider’s cloud.
      • Access by subscription.
      • Private …
      • Client owned – managed by client or services provider.
      • Access defined by client.
      Cloud Services Cloud Computing Model
      • Considerations …
      • Speed & flexibility.
      • Standardization.
      • Security, privacy, resiliency.
    • 9. Cloud Computing and IBM
      • Workload based solutions
        • - IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler for Applications, Data Center
      • Development and Test Workload Offering
        • IBM Smart Business Test Cloud
        • Smart Business Development and Test on the IBM Cloud
      • Desktop Workload Offerings
        • IBM Smart Business Desktop Cloud
      • Collaboration Workload Offerings
        • Lotus Live
      • Infrastructure Services Workload Offerings
        • IBM Computing on Demand
      • Business Services Workload Offerings
        • Business Continuity and Resiliency Services
    • 10. Cloud Computing and IBM
      • IBM Cloud Labs ( Largest network in IT industry)
        • Industry-specific Business Consulting Services
        • Technology Consulting, Design and Implementation Services
        • Cloud Security
      • Fully equipped labs with cloud computing infrastructure and deep skills so that clients can design, test and deploy clouds through proofs of concept.
        • Dublin, Ireland
        • Hanoi, Vietnam
        • Beijing, China
        • Johannesburg, South Africa
        • Tokyo, Japan
        • São Paulo, Brazil
        • Bangalore, India
        • Seoul, Korea
    • 11. Cloud Computing and SAP
      • SAP Business By Design ( SaaS solution)
        • a web-based business management software service
        • Targeting small and Mid sized businesses with less than 500 employees
        • Includes eight areas: finances, human resources, supply chain, goals, customer relationships, projects, supplier relationships, and compliance.
        • Costs $ 149/month/user
      • Internal Adoption
        • Deploying internal non mission critical applications on Amazon cloud
      • Educating SAP Customers
        • Sharing learnings and experiences at TechEd, SAPPHIRE
    • 12. Key Impediments to adoption of Cloud Computing
      • Data privacy issues
      • Current enterprise apps can’t be migrated conveniently
      • Risk: Legal, regulatory, and business
      • Difficulty of managing cloud applications
      • Lack of SLA for the industry
    • 13.