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Oracle PaaS Cloud Preview Event

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Op 26 mei organiseerde AMIS het Oracle PaaS Cloud Preview Event voor klanten en relaties. Deze presentatie introduceert de Oracle PaaS Cloud Services.

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Oracle PaaS Cloud Preview Event

  1. 1. Lucas Jellema 26th May 2015 Oracle PaaS Cloud Services Sneak Preview
  2. 2. 2 The Cloud Organized by someone somewhere else No investments & long term commitments required No special expertise needed Pay when and for how long & much you use Get started rapidly (first time & every time) Get as much as you want when you want it High quality because of experts involved Lower prices as a result of economies of scale Easy – so much easier than doing it yourself Constant evolution of service
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  7. 7. 7 Increased Business Focus & Up the Value Chain
  8. 8. 8 Crucial Consideration: Total Cost of Ownership • Daily costs of ordering meals • Hardship costs: “limited selection, quality level, waiting time and availability issues” • Costs of buying ingredients (including the ones that go bad before being used) • Energy costs for cooking • Water costs for cleaning and preparing • Capital Costs for equipment and utensils, incl maintenance • Physical space for kitchen en storage • Expertise to cook a decent, healthy, tasty meal • Time required for shopping and cooking and cleaning Thuisgekookt.nl
  9. 9. 9 Oracle and The Cloud • ….. A little reluctant at first….?!
  10. 10. 10 The Cloud Mission Bring Oracle’s leading Infrastructure, Technology, Business Applications, and Information to customers and partners anywhere in the World through the Oracle Cloud
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  12. 12. 12 cloud.oracle.com
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  14. 14. 14 Platform as a Service • The Platform by itself it does not have business value nor even business specific characteristics • The Platform is generic (for everyone) yet advanced software (fairly specific functions) • It is the stepping stone towards business value • We add to the platform – Our own data & documents – Our own custom software components – (our) Third party applications – Additional platform components
  15. 15. 15 The Middleware Platform
  16. 16. 16 The Oracle Middleware Platform
  17. 17. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | IDENTITY CLOUD MONITORING CLOUD SITES CLOUD MOBILE CLOUD INTEGRATION CLOUD DATA ENRICHMENT CLOUD NODE.JS CLOUD CloudOn-Premise Web Social Internet of Things SOA SUITE CLOUD JAVA CLOUDDEVELOPER CLOUD INTERNET OF THINGS CLOUD Oracle Cloud – Role of PaaS Mobile PROCESS CLOUD DOCUMENTS CLOUD BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE CLOUD 17 Compute StorageMessaging ANAYTICS CLOUD DATA INTEGRATION CLOUD
  18. 18. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | CloudOn-Premise DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT APPLICATION & DATA INTEGRATION IDENTITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT APPLICATION INFRASTRUCTURE & TOOLS BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT BUSINESS ANALYTICSCONTENT & COLLABORATION Web Mobile Social Internet of Things Okta,OneLogin, Sailpoint… NewRelic, AppDynamics, Slack, Appian, Pega, IBM… Tableau, Qlik, Redshift… Box, Microsoft, Adobe, Google… Microsoft Office 365, Sharepoint, Adobe,… RedHat/FeedHenry, Kony, Appcelerator… MuleSoft, Dell Boomi… Amazon, Cloudera, Data Tamer, Kafka, Storm, Spark Steaming… Cloudera, Hortonworks… Amazon, OpenSource, Lightweight containers .. CloudOn-Premise Web Social Internet of ThingsMobile Axeda, Microsoft, DataTorrent.. Cisco UCF, IBM,… Salesforce Chatter,… Amazon, Microsoft Azure, Salesforce, IBM BlueMix… Competition – Many New, Some Old 18
  19. 19. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Private Cloud Integration Public Cloud Integration Same Architecture Same Standards Same Underlying Components Deploy Anywhere Single technology for On-Premises and Cloud
  20. 20. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Private Cloud Integration Same Architecture Same Standards Same Underlying Components Public Cloud Integration New government requirements mandate strict control Need better scalability for peak season spikes Lower costs Adapt to the Changing Demands of your Business Support Flexible Hybrid Deployment Models
  21. 21. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | IaaS • Same software stack as public cloud • 2-10x greater scalability, performance • Full vertical integration from one vendor • Lowest business risk Public Private Your Choice Same software PaaS Compute Storage Integration Java Mobile Developer DocumentsProcess Identity Messaging Exalogic Based Oracle Cloud Experience On-Premise 21
  22. 22. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | IDENTITY CLOUD MONITORING CLOUD SITES CLOUD MOBILE CLOUD NODE.JS CLOUD CloudOn-Premise Web Social Internet of Things DATA INTEGRATION CLOUD JAVA CLOUDDEVELOPER CLOUD ANAYTICS CLOUD INTERNET OF THINGS CLOUD Oracle Fusion Middleware – Cloud PaaS Rollout Schedule Now Now Now NowH1CY15/now H1CY15 H1CY15/now H2CY15 + H2CY15 + H2CY15 + H2CY15 + H2CY15 + H2CY15 + H2CY15 + H2CY15H2CY15 Mobile PROCESS CLOUD DOCUMENTS CLOUD BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE CLOUD 22 Compute StorageMessaging INTEGRATION CLOUD DATA ENRICHMENT CLOUD SOA SUITE CLOUD
  23. 23. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Key Features  Complete: Virtualization, Orchestration, Fast data, B2B, File Handling, Connectivity, Real-time Analytics, API management  Access: Complete access to product surface area  Highly Available: Data Guard, RAC Cluster  Managed: Oracle Backs Up, Patches, Upgrades  Full portability: On-premise to Cloud Benefits  Rapid and fully automated provisioning  Secure, Highly Available with Clustering  Fully Managed  Build anywhere, deploy anywhere Oracle SOA Suite Cloud Service
  24. 24. 24 Other Oracle Platform options • Extend SaaS with PaaS • Run Service Bus and SOA Suite 11g and 12c on Java Cloud Service • Run BPM Suite & Web Center on Java Cloud Service • Run other FMW products not yet available as Cloud Service
  25. 25. 25 Crucial Consideration: Total Cost of Platform Ownership • Usage Fee/Monthly Subscription • Entry & Implementation costs • Exit costs • Data transport costs • Energy costs for servers, storage, etc. • Capital Costs for hardware and software, incl administration and maintenance (patching & upgrades) • Physical space for computer hardware • (acquire) Expertise and effort to build up and manage the platform (and infrastructure) • Cost for fail-over infrastructure • Note: all of the above is sized to deal with peak load (and some parts may hardly be used)
  26. 26. 26 Other Cloud Considerations • Quick ramp-up – environment available in hours – not days | weeks | months • Huge potential scale • Limited expertise required to get going • No upfront investment [in hardware & software licenses and human staff] • Fee per usage – grows and shrinks with size of business – Also within reach for smaller outfits • Great platform for offering PaaS enrichments and SaaS solutions to a world wide audience • Secure set up – especially for edge-systems
  27. 27. 27 Stepwise Cloud Adoption: SaaS SaaS Facebook Gmail, Google Apps Twitter Yammer LinkedIn Office365 OSN Salesforce Oracle Taleo Newbase Twinfield Afas Oracle Service Cloud (fka RightNow) DropBox, Box.com Oracle HCM Oracle Sales & ERP
  28. 28. 28 Dimensions for Cloud adoption System Edginess
  29. 29. 29 Edginess of Systems Decide Process Analyze Report Portal
  30. 30. 30 Stepwise Cloud Adoption: IaaS/PaaS IaaS/PaaS Self Study PoC Training Load Test Func Test Peak, Failover Peripheral Applications Backup BI Edge Systems Core Systems & Secure Data [Distributed] Development BPO IaaS/PaaS • Mobile backend • Portal • B2B APIs • Workflow Mgr
  31. 31. 31 First/Next Steps into the Oracle PaaS Cloud with AMIS • Workshop – Hands-on Discovery Oracle PaaS Cloud Services – One or more days, technical resources, guided exploration – Optionally: Integrate various PaaS and SaaS services • Pilot/PoC – Implement or Lift & Shift a trial-application – Acquire a fresh cloud environment and get your representative application running on it – Optionally: use our representative application(s) • TCO calculation for an application or platform – Analyze costs in detail to allow for Cloud-comparison • Special topics: private cloud, consolidation, security, continuous delivery
  32. 32. 32 After the break • Now: Dinner (downstairs in the restaurant) • 19.00: Introduction, Use Case discussion, Demonstration, Q&A – Integration Cloud Service – Robert van Mölken – Mobile Cloud Service – Steven Davelaar – Process Cloud Service – Luc Gorissen • 21.00: More discussion and brainstorm and some drinks at the bar

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