Sponsored byCloud Camp Chicago                                      Hosted byDo You Speak Cloud? How old rolesfit in with t...
Agenda                                             Sponsored by    5:30 pm Registration, Food, Drinks and Networking    6:...
Sponsored by    "Letting Go:  Transforming IT Operations    in the Cloud Era"     Presented by:                           ...
HOW CAN WE MAKE BETTER SOFTWARETHAT EATS THE WORLD    FASTER?    BETTER?   CHEAPER?
YOUR  LEGACYAPPLICATION
YOUR LEGACY INFRASTRUCTURE
FUSED
THIS IS YOUR NEXT APP
THIS IS YOUR NEW INFRASTRUCTURE ABSTRACT   POOL    AUTOMATE
Devs aren’t just coding the APPLICATION    but also the INFRASTRUCTURE
WHEN DID YOU               “GET” THE CLOUD?Developers own uptime and wear pagers.Decisions – understand the cost of downti...
TRANSFORMATION      PEOPLE   ORGANIZATION     PROCESS   GOVERNANCE
HOW DO WE TRANSFORM?       WE LET        GO
WHAT WILL YOU LET GO?
BRAKES ALLOW THE CAR   GO FASTER
IT   USER
LET GO ofSTEERING WHEEL?     WE LET      GO
LET GO of    TAILOREDINFRASTRUCTURE?
LET GO ofFREE SERVICES?
Give decision makersPRICING INFORMATION they need     to make good decisions
LET GO of99.999
ASSUME it will BREAK
LET GO ofYOUR PAGER?
SO WHAT ARE YOUREADY TO LET GO OF?    STEERING WHEEL    TAILORED IT    “FREE” SERVICES    FIVE NINES    PAGER
THE SOFTWARE DEFINED DATA CENTER                   Compute       MGMT   Storage/Availability               Network/Security
App Ops                How doService Ops                  we              operate in               this newInfras Ops     ...
JOIN USblogs.vmware.com/cloudops         #cloudops           #sddc       CloudOps Cafe
Sponsored by    "Electronic Crime"      Presented by:    Troy Land, US Secret Service, Electronic Crimes Task Force     Ho...
USA PATRIOT ACT OF 2001           HR–3162, 107th Congress, First Session                        October 26, 2001          ...
Chicago ECTF MissionEstablish a strategic alliance of Federal, Stateand Local Law enforcement agencies,private sector tech...
3 Principles of a        Successful ECTF:PreventionTrusted PartnershipsCriminal Investigations
Goal of ECTF            Quarterly MeetingsThe goal is to allow our partners to becomefamiliar with Secret Service personne...
Sponsored by    "2013: The Year of the Cloud Architect"    Presented by:    Bill Kleyman, MTM Technologies Virtualization ...
2013: The year of the ‘cloud        architect’               Bill KleymanVirtualization and Cloud Industry Expert   Writer...
It’s Good To Be in the Cloud• During the past year,  new technologies  have paved the way  for data center  innovations,  ...
Demand for Cloud Staff• Companies like RagingWire, 1&1  Internet, Rackspace, Equinix and other large  data center and infr...
The New ‘Cloud Architect’ Role•   Personality and Communication•   Virtualization Design and Architecture•   Cloud and Dis...
Personality• Personality and Communication    – Great communicators make great architects.    – The ability to translate d...
Virtualization Design and Architecture• Personality and Communication• Virtualization Design and Architecture   – No longe...
Cloud and Distributed Computing• Personality and Communication• Virtualization Design and Architecture• Cloud and Distribu...
Data Center Design and Management•   Personality and Communication•   Virtualization Design and Architecture•   Cloud and ...
Disaster Recovery•   Personality and Communication•   Virtualization Design and Architecture•   Cloud and Distributed Comp...
Final Thoughts and Thanks!• There’s really no such thing as stagnation in  the IT world.• Data center cloud architects nee...
Sponsored by    "Integrating the Cloud: Design Patterns    for Connecting Cloud Services"    Presented by:                ...
Integra(ng	  the	  Cloud	  Design	  Pa4erns	  for	  Connec(ng	  Cloud	  Services	  
  michael	  topalovich	       @topalovich	  	   delivered	  innovation	     @DICloudApps	  
What	  is	  a	  pa4ern?	  
deliveredinnovation.com
Sponsored by     Un-panel     "What Roles are Hot in 2013?"  Emceed by Patrick Kerpan CohesiveFT CEO     Hosted by        ...
Sponsored by     Breakout Sessions                              Hosted by                            #cloudcamp           ...
#cloudcamp                            @cloudcampThursday, February 21, 13
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  1. 1. Sponsored byCloud Camp Chicago Hosted byDo You Speak Cloud? How old rolesfit in with the new cloud in 2013 #cloudcamp @cloudcampThursday, February 21, 13
  2. 2. Agenda Sponsored by 5:30 pm Registration, Food, Drinks and Networking 6:15 pm Open Remarks, Introductions 6:30 pm Lightning Talks • "Letting go:  Transforming IT Operations in the Cloud Era" by Kurt Milne,VMware Director of Cloud Ops Programs  • "Electronic Crime" by Troy Land of the US Secret Service, Electronic Crimes Task Force Hosted by • "Integrating the Cloud: Design Patterns for Connecting Cloud Services" by Michael Topalovich - President & CTO of Delivered Innovation • "2013: The Year of the Cloud Architect" by Bill Kleyman - Virtualization and Cloud Solutions Architect of MTM Technologies 7:15 Unpanel - "What Roles are Hot in 2013?" Breakout Sessions (Optional) 8:15 pm Wrap Up - Drinks anyone? #cloudcamp @cloudcampThursday, February 21, 13
  3. 3. Sponsored by "Letting Go:  Transforming IT Operations in the Cloud Era"  Presented by: Hosted by Kurt Milne, VMware Director of Cloud Ops Programs #cloudcamp @cloudcampThursday, February 21, 13
  4. 4. HOW CAN WE MAKE BETTER SOFTWARETHAT EATS THE WORLD FASTER? BETTER? CHEAPER?
  5. 5. YOUR LEGACYAPPLICATION
  6. 6. YOUR LEGACY INFRASTRUCTURE
  7. 7. FUSED
  8. 8. THIS IS YOUR NEXT APP
  9. 9. THIS IS YOUR NEW INFRASTRUCTURE ABSTRACT POOL AUTOMATE
  10. 10. Devs aren’t just coding the APPLICATION but also the INFRASTRUCTURE
  11. 11. WHEN DID YOU “GET” THE CLOUD?Developers own uptime and wear pagers.Decisions – understand the cost of downtime different systems
  12. 12. TRANSFORMATION PEOPLE ORGANIZATION PROCESS GOVERNANCE
  13. 13. HOW DO WE TRANSFORM? WE LET GO
  14. 14. WHAT WILL YOU LET GO?
  15. 15. BRAKES ALLOW THE CAR GO FASTER
  16. 16. IT USER
  17. 17. LET GO ofSTEERING WHEEL? WE LET GO
  18. 18. LET GO of TAILOREDINFRASTRUCTURE?
  19. 19. LET GO ofFREE SERVICES?
  20. 20. Give decision makersPRICING INFORMATION they need to make good decisions
  21. 21. LET GO of99.999
  22. 22. ASSUME it will BREAK
  23. 23. LET GO ofYOUR PAGER?
  24. 24. SO WHAT ARE YOUREADY TO LET GO OF?  STEERING WHEEL  TAILORED IT  “FREE” SERVICES  FIVE NINES  PAGER
  25. 25. THE SOFTWARE DEFINED DATA CENTER Compute MGMT Storage/Availability Network/Security
  26. 26. App Ops How doService Ops we operate in this newInfras Ops world?
  27. 27. JOIN USblogs.vmware.com/cloudops #cloudops #sddc CloudOps Cafe
  28. 28. Sponsored by "Electronic Crime"   Presented by: Troy Land, US Secret Service, Electronic Crimes Task Force Hosted by #cloudcamp @cloudcampThursday, February 21, 13
  29. 29. USA PATRIOT ACT OF 2001 HR–3162, 107th Congress, First Session October 26, 2001 Public Law 107-56The Director of the United States Secret Service shall take appropriate actions to develop a national network of electroniccrime task forces throughout the United States for the purpose of preventing, detecting, and investigating various forms of electronic crimes, including potential terrorist attacks against critical infrastructure and financial payment systems.
  30. 30. Chicago ECTF MissionEstablish a strategic alliance of Federal, Stateand Local Law enforcement agencies,private sector technical experts, prosecutors,academic institutions and private industryin order to confront and suppress technology-based criminal activity that endangers theintegrity of our nation’s financial paymentssystems and poses threats against ournation’s critical infrastructure.
  31. 31. 3 Principles of a Successful ECTF:PreventionTrusted PartnershipsCriminal Investigations
  32. 32. Goal of ECTF Quarterly MeetingsThe goal is to allow our partners to becomefamiliar with Secret Service personnel and thecapabilities of our Task Force Program.This ultimately builds a strong and trustedworking relationship to leverage against anyfuture adverse information technology &security events.
  33. 33. Sponsored by "2013: The Year of the Cloud Architect" Presented by: Bill Kleyman, MTM Technologies Virtualization and Cloud Solutions Hosted by Architect #cloudcamp @cloudcampThursday, February 21, 13
  34. 34. 2013: The year of the ‘cloud architect’ Bill KleymanVirtualization and Cloud Industry Expert Writer, Author, Blogger, IT Veteran
  35. 35. It’s Good To Be in the Cloud• During the past year, new technologies have paved the way for data center innovations, efficiencies and growth.
  36. 36. Demand for Cloud Staff• Companies like RagingWire, 1&1 Internet, Rackspace, Equinix and other large data center and infrastructure providers are trying to acquire as many talented, cloud- ready architects as possible.• What does it take to be a prime cloud candidate?
  37. 37. The New ‘Cloud Architect’ Role• Personality and Communication• Virtualization Design and Architecture• Cloud and Distributed Computing• Data Center Design and Management• Disaster Recovery
  38. 38. Personality• Personality and Communication – Great communicators make great architects. – The ability to translate deeply technical conversation into intelligent business-level discussion is very valuable. – Architects often act as the knowledge liaison between vendors, technical experts, engineer, managers and executives.• Virtualization Design and Architecture• Cloud and Distributed Computing• Data Center Design and Management• Disaster Recovery
  39. 39. Virtualization Design and Architecture• Personality and Communication• Virtualization Design and Architecture – No longer just server virtualization. – Newer platforms such as user, application and desktop virtualization are helping shape how high-density equipment goes into a data center. – Clear understanding of the underlying requirements and the long-term goals of a given organization. – Being able to put all of the pieces together to make a more efficient data center environment.• Cloud and Distributed Computing• Data Center Design and Management• Disaster Recovery
  40. 40. Cloud and Distributed Computing• Personality and Communication• Virtualization Design and Architecture• Cloud and Distributed Computing – Cloud computing comes as new territory for a typical data center. – More organizations jumping on the bandwagon than ever before. – More need for distributed data delivery, cloud services stemming from a data center, and bandwidth. – Architects need to know how WAN technologies play a role in data center design and how a given organization can best utilize their resources. – Architect should be able to speak intelligently on how the data center and the cloud work together for maximum efficiency.• Data Center Design and Management• Disaster Recovery
  41. 41. Data Center Design and Management• Personality and Communication• Virtualization Design and Architecture• Cloud and Distributed Computing• Data Center Design and Management – Outside of the cloud, architects still need to know the intricacies of the typical data center. – Knowledge around power, cooling, space, rack configurations, hot/cold aisle control, physical security and other vital data center functions is still very important. – The best architects are able to couple this knowledge with all of the mentioned technologies.• Disaster Recovery
  42. 42. Disaster Recovery• Personality and Communication• Virtualization Design and Architecture• Cloud and Distributed Computing• Data Center Design and Management• Disaster Recovery – In combining data center services, cloud computing and virtualization, DR services can be a very lucrative offering. – More environments are creating SLAs and direct services around a customized DR solution. – Hot, warm and cold sites are becoming less expensive and more manageable. – The trick is designing this with the cloud, virtualization and a very distributed environment in mind. – Cloud architects need to see the big picture and understand how all of these technologies play together to create a solid DR solution.
  43. 43. Final Thoughts and Thanks!• There’s really no such thing as stagnation in the IT world.• Data center cloud architects need to be diverse in their technology knowledge. Like: http://facebook.com/BillKleyman Follow: http://twitter.com/QuadStack Connect: http://linkedin.com/BillKleyman
  44. 44. Sponsored by "Integrating the Cloud: Design Patterns for Connecting Cloud Services" Presented by: Hosted by Michael Topalovich, Delivered Innovation President & CTO #cloudcamp @cloudcampThursday, February 21, 13
  45. 45. Integra(ng  the  Cloud  Design  Pa4erns  for  Connec(ng  Cloud  Services  
  46. 46.   michael  topalovich   @topalovich     delivered  innovation   @DICloudApps  
  47. 47. What  is  a  pa4ern?  
  48. 48. deliveredinnovation.com
  49. 49. Sponsored by Un-panel "What Roles are Hot in 2013?" Emceed by Patrick Kerpan CohesiveFT CEO Hosted by #cloudcamp @cloudcampThursday, February 21, 13
  50. 50. Sponsored by Breakout Sessions Hosted by #cloudcamp @cloudcampThursday, February 21, 13
  51. 51. #cloudcamp @cloudcampThursday, February 21, 13

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