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Calculating the true value of industry specific clouds linthicum

  1. 1. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com1David.Linthicum@cloudtp.com / Senior Vice PresidentCalculating the True Value ofIndustry-Specific Clouds
  2. 2. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com2Geek LevelYour Grandparents whoare still using AOLThat guy who can convertyour name to Hex
  3. 3. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com3Industry-specific clouds are those PaaS, IaaS, and SaaSservices that are tailored for a specific vertical, such astransportation, retail, finance, and healthcare. IDC seesa $65 billion market in these industry solutions for2013, rising to $100 billion in 2016.The value of industry-specific clouds is that businesseswithin a vertical can connect to applications,processes, and databases that are pre-defined for thatvertical within a public or private cloud. They canextend processes and databases into the businessdomain, versus defining the data and processes withina generic cloud-based platform.So, are industry specific clouds right for your business?What options are out there? How do you figure outthe ROI? This session will answer those questions, andothers allowing you to make the right decisions aroundthe use of this technology.Abstract
  4. 4. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com4The Cloud
  5. 5. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com5From Hype to Growth
  6. 6. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com6IDC sees a $65 billion market inindustry specific clouds for2013, rising to $100 billion in2016.
  7. 7. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com7Business Agility Is the Objective – Need It, Find It, Use It
  8. 8. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com8• Last year, the New York Stock Exchange announced what itcalled a trading Community Platform ... basically a spacewhere companies can build SaaS apps for the financial tradingcommunity.• Johnson Controls, which has a business called Panoptix thathas created a platform for developing energy managementapplications for smart buildings -- and recently announced anapp store.• Genetic sequencing company named Illumina that hostsBaseSpace, a collaborative PaaS environment for biologiststhat provides easy-to-use analysis tools and, in the nearfuture, an app store.ExamplesSource: Eric Knorr
  9. 9. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com9The Value is Speed
  10. 10. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com10The Higher You Go, the Higher the Value
  11. 11. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com11Using Cloud for Vertical Process/Service ReuseShareable Public Cloud Services
  12. 12. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com12Sharing Vertical Data
  13. 13. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com13• Determine the cost of existinginefficiencies• Determine the value of agility• Determine the amount ofprocess reuse• Determine the amount ofservice reuse• Determine the value ofleveraging existing data and datastructures• Determine the operational valueCalculating the Value
  14. 14. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com14The cloud computingmarket in the healthcare sector is expectedto grow to $5.4 billionby 2017, according toresearch firm Marketsand Markets.
  15. 15. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com15The RealitiesAccording to Gartner,anticipated growthopportunities put someindustries at the top whenit comes to global ITspending. However,Healthcare Providers werenot in the top for growthopportunities, coming in at$15,311M. Even Utilitiesbeat them out by aprojected $18,756M.
  16. 16. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com16Enterprisedata centerEnterprisedata centerPrivate cloud Hosted privatecloudManagedprivate cloudEnterpriseShared cloudservicesEnterpriseAEnterpriseBPublic cloudservicesAUsersBThird-party hostedand operatedThird-partyhosted Private Implementedon clientpremises Client runs/manages Third-partyoperated Enterpriseowned Mission critical Packagedapplications Third-partyowned andoperated Standardization Centralization Security Internal network Mix of shared anddedicatedresources Shared facilityand staff Virtual privatenetwork (VPN)access Subscription ormembershipbased Shared resources Elastic scaling Pay as you go Public InternetCorporateFirewallSource: Jimmy Mills, IBMNot a Bad Approach
  17. 17. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com17Cloud is Changing Enterprise Buying Patterns
  18. 18. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com18• Understand your business. This leads tothe right cloud technology solutions.• Understand your users. They ultimatelydecide if the movement to cloudcomputing is successful.• Understand the technology. There arehundreds perhaps thousands of solutionapproaches and cloud technologyproviders.• Define success. What are the objectivesof moving to the cloud?• Security, governance, and performance.Often overlooked. New models andtechnology typically required.What’s Important:
  19. 19. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com19• The hype. Avoid following thecrowd. What seems popular islikely not the correct solution foryour enterprise.• The operational ROI. Most of themoney is made around theadditional business agility.• FUD. The fears around usingcloud-based systems are typicallyinaccurate.What’s Not Important:
  20. 20. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com20Security&IdentityManagement&ServiceGovernanceDataData Services/AbstractionTransactional ServicesIndustry SpecificProcessesComposites/PortalsMonitoring and ManagementIndustry Specific RulesReference Architecture
  21. 21. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com21“as-is”
  22. 22. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com22“to be”
  23. 23. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com23Deploy
  24. 24. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com24Source: http://talkcloudcomputing.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/strategy-cloud-computing.jpg
  25. 25. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com25
  26. 26. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com26Components of the Strategy1. Business Casea) Operationalb) Business Agility2. Requirements and Architecturea) Datab) Processesc) Servicesd) Applications3. DevOps4. Infrastructure5. Security6. Performance7. Governance8. Technology Analysis9. Migration Planning10. Test Planning11. Acceptance Planning12. “Rinse and repeat”
  27. 27. © 2013 Cloud Technology Partners, Inc. / www.cloudtp.com27Ask by email / David.Linthicum@cloudtp.com / www.cloudtp.comQuestions?

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