WHY AN OPEN CLOUD BROKER - Open Cloud Forum @ Cloud Expo Europe 2014 in London

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Hybrid cloud, federated marketplace, inter-cloud and cloud exchange. All these terms describe different and complex perspectives in terms of evolution of the cloud computing industry. While they can be distinctly differentiated, they share some commonalities. We propose to discuss the relationships which can be defined between them, and to expose the standards and technology which can handle this complexity.
CompatibleOne, the Open Cloud Broker is an open source application enabling a new-generation of cloud resources provisioning called Cloud Services Brokerage. Based on open source and open standards, CompatibleOne preserves the consumers from vendor lock-in.

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WHY AN OPEN CLOUD BROKER - Open Cloud Forum @ Cloud Expo Europe 2014 in London

  1. 1. JEAN-PIERRE LAISNE Febr 26th Why an Open Cloud Broker?
  2. 2. VISIT OW2 BOOTH # 520 The Open Cloud Broker The Open Source project CompatibleOne specialising in Cloud Services Brokerage now unveils CompatibleOne SAS, the company. OPEN SOURCE OPEN STANDARD
  3. 3. CLOUD IN SILOS
  4. 4. Consumer >10 Amazon, RackSpace, Azure, OVH, Google, SalesForce ... >100 Numergy, CloudWatt, T-Systems, ... >100>1000 >1000 SFR, Orange, Telefonica, HP Cloud, GoGrid, SoftLayer, CloudSigma, ... >30000 >30 000 Hosting Providers Managed Services Providers >250 000 Consumer Consumer Consumer THE STATE OF THE CLOUDS
  5. 5. >10 >100 >100>1000 >1000 >30000 >30 000 >250 000 Hybrid Private Private Private Hybrid Private Hybrid Private Private Private Hybrid Private Hybrid Private Private Private
  6. 6. CLOUD SERVICE BROKER
  7. 7. CLOUD SERVICE BROKER >10 >100 >100>1000 >1000 >30000 >30 000 >250 000 Hybrid Private Private Private Hybrid Private Hybrid Private Private Private Hybrid Private Hybrid Private Private Private
  8. 8. WHAT DO CUSTOMERS REALLY WANT?
  9. 9. Lock-In Portability Monitoring Reversibility No Security InfrastructureManagement Trust SLA Predictability Compliance Governance ScalabilityHybrid Open QoS Audit
  10. 10. Lock-In Portability Monitoring Reversibility No Security InfrastructureManagement Trust SLA Predictability Compliance Governance ScalabilityHybrid Open QoS Audit COMPLETE AUTOMATION COMPREHENSIVE SLA MANAGEMENT TRUSTED TECHNOLOGY SEAMLESS INTEGRATION STANDARDISED & OPEN API
  11. 11. Multiple sources for provisioning of workloads, The best for each type of workload Rapid correction when something goes wrong, Ability to change when quality is not satisfactory Plus Compliance, Traceability & AuditPlus Compliance, Traceability & Audit CHOICE Controlled budget, consumption measurement, ROI calculation What Does a CSB Enable? CONTROL SAVINGS
  12. 12. CompatibleOne is an enabler for organisations aiming to operate a Cloud Brokerage Platform i.e. IT Departments, Managed Service Providers, Cloud Service Providers and Independent Software Vendors. OPEN SOURCE OPEN STANDARD The Cloud Brokerage Enabler Automated Provisioning Smart Placement SLA Management Enterprise IT Services SecurityMonitoring Value Added Services
  13. 13. Adam DODDS, IDC Research Manager « Cloud Brokerage platforms are becoming an essential tool for CIO’s (corporate and government) and service providers alike. The CSB platform will provide greater efficiency and governance over the provision and adoption of cloud services creating a more dynamic and agile ecosystem. CompatibleOne has seen the market opportunity in the space and is well placed to be a market leader. CIO’s should be evolving an awareness and understanding of this proposition as they evolve to become more strategic and information centric in their organisational focus.  » «
  14. 14. More about CompatibleOne and The State of the Clouds on http://CompatibleOne.com © CompatibleOne SAS 2014

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