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Tareq Alemadi - Developing enterprise cloud computing strategy

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Tareq Alemadi, Head of IT - Her Highness Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser Private Office spoke at the CIO Event (dot) com/me

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Tareq Alemadi - Developing enterprise cloud computing strategy

  1. 1. Cloud computing is simply Cloud computing is about Cloud Computing is a a set of pooled computing putting more of your paradigm in which resources and services Cloud computing is a material out there and less information is permanently delivered over the web. general term for anythingon PCs or servers that a stored in servers on the When you diagram the that involves delivering business runs for itself. internet and cached relationships between all hosted services over the temporarily on clients thatthe elements it resembles a Cloud computing refers to Internet. include cloud. the delivery of on-demand desktops, entertainment computational resources centers, table through a computer Cloud computing is Internet- computers, notebooks, wall Cloud computing is a network. based development and use computers, hand- computing paradigm in of computer technology. It helds, sensors, monitors, et which tasks are assigned to represents a paradigm shift c a combination of from users running apps on connections, software and Cloud computing makes their standalone, albeit services accessed over a infrastructure, applications, networked, machines. network. and business processes accessible entirely on the Cloud computing refers to the internet without breaking on-demand provision of your budget or cloning your IT department. style of computing where computational resources Personal cloud computing massively scalable IT- (data, software) via a means having every piece related capabilities are computer network rather Cloud computing is a of data you need for every than from a local computer.technology that uses the provided “as a service” internet and central remote aspect of your life at your using Internet technologies servers to maintain data fingertips and ready for to multiple customers and applications. use.
  2. 2. Who Cares ?What is it for me ?
  3. 3. Low Cost SecuritySimplification Limitation in ApplicationsCentralization Maintenance ControlVirtualization Migrations Self-Service In and OutPay-As-You-Go Loosing your Data Automation Privacy Green IT Hidden Cost
  4. 4.  When and how you should use a public, private, and hybrid cloud services? What is your company ‘s strategy for managing Capital and operational expenses over time? How do you plan to achieve the right level of service across the cloud and the data center. What are the rules and regulations that your cloud provider needs to adhere to, to keep your company safe and in compliance? How are you planning to control the data as it moves out of your data center into external clouds?
  5. 5. CloudCompany IT Strategy ComputingStrategy Strategy
  6. 6. 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 getting from my existing data center operations ? 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 competitors dealing with their technology strategy ? 9. Are my competitors able to move more quickly than my company ? 10.What are my strategic advantages ?
  7. 7. Your IT Strategy: 1. How tangled is my computing 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.
  8. 8. Don’t Be ReactiveDo Consider the Cloud Financial IssueDon’t Go It AloneDo Think about Your ArchitectureDon’t Neglect GovernanceDo Make Security the Centerpiece of Your StrategyDon’t Forget about Business processDo Start with a Pilot ProjectDon’t Apply the Cloud to EverythingDon’t Forget about Service Management

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