2012 12-05 webinar on cloud forecastfor2013

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View our webinar: Cloudy? An Early Forecast for 2013 & 2014. Whether you are just starting to think about cloud infrastructure strategy or a seasoned veteran with several cloud deployments under your belt, this 30-minute webinar discusses how data center cloud initiatives are likely to shift in the next two years. http://info.sentilla.com/Webinar20121205CloudyAnEarlyForecastfor20132014_On-DemandRegistration.html

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2012 12-05 webinar on cloud forecastfor2013

  1. 1. Cloudy?An Early Forecast for 2013David AppelbaumVP, MarketingSentilla Corporation Copyright © 2012 Sentilla Corporation
  2. 2. Survey Profile & Methodology• Population of 3,000 IT Executives (IT Infrastructure, Architecture, and Data Center)• Focused on cloud computing initiatives facing today’s data center• Sponsored by Sentilla: – Leading Data Center Performance Management Platform – Founded 2007 – Based on research from University California, Berkeley – Deployed in the most demanding Data Center environments – Average >25% ROI and 30% reclaimed capacity Copyright © 2012 Sentilla Corporation
  3. 3. A Two-Year Forecast: Increasingly CloudyCloud is becoming important for supporting business-critical applications Deploy cloud computing Expect cloud computing deployments to increase by 70% in 12 months Plan cloud deployment 2014 Evaluate cloud strategies 2013 Research cloud computing No cloud initiatives Dont know 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Copyright © 2012 Sentilla Corporation
  4. 4. Expect More Apps to Move to the Cloud in 2014 IT sees reduced barrier to cloud migration 100% 90% 16% 28% 80% 44% 70% 28% % apps moving 75% to the cloud: 60% 47% >50% 50% 11%-50% 40% 0%-10% 30% 57% 20% 26% 10% 0% 2013 2014 Copyright © 2012 Sentilla Corporation
  5. 5. Significant Trend Towards Multiple Cloud ModelsHybrid, public and community cloud deployments will outpace private cloud Private cloud Hybrid cloud Community cloud 2014 2013 Public cloud N/A 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Copyright © 2012 Sentilla Corporation
  6. 6. …and Shifting Cloud Infrastructure Off-premiseIT will likely manage an ecosystem of legacy, virtual and cloud technologies On-premise and off-site 80% Where will your cloud infrastructure predominately reside? 70% 2013 60% 2014 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% In your data center At colocation sites Outsourced Copyright © 2012 Sentilla Corporation
  7. 7. Cloud Users of Tomorrow are Heavily Virtualized Today Logical migration from virtual to cloud platforms VMware Citrix Cloud Platform Citrix Apache CloudStack Amazon AWS/Virtual Private Cloud Cisco Cloud Computing OpenStack Microsoft Azure Other IBM Smart Cloud Red Hat Cloud Computing Eucalyptus Cloud Platform HP Converged Cloud Solution Dell OpenStack-Powered Cloud Solution Google Cloud Platform Open Nebula 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% Copyright © 2012 Sentilla Corporation
  8. 8. IT is Exploring Alternative Cloud Solutions OpenStack based-solutions are gaining acceptance Cisco Cloud Computing* Microsoft Azure Amazon AWS/Virtual Private Cloud Consider Use IBM Smart Cloud* * OpenStack- HP Converged Cloud Solution* powered cloud solution Red Hat Cloud Computing Google Cloud Platform VMware Dell OpenStack-Powered Cloud Solution* OpenStack 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% Copyright © 2012 Sentilla Corporation
  9. 9. IT Agility, Operational Flexibility Drive Cloud Initiatives “Increasing capacity” & “reducing cost” are just as important Business/IT agility Operational flexibility Simpler capacity planning Delay / avoid building new data centersReduce data center square footage / foot print Reduce power/energy spend Enhanced security 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% Copyright © 2012 Sentilla Corporation
  10. 10. Budget is the #1 Limiting resource IT needs to do MORE with what they have, by optimizing capacity , utilization, and cost Budget Technology maturity Personnel (availability) Storage capacity Space availability Skills Computational capacity Power availability Network bandwidth Cooling capacity Memory capacity 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% Copyright © 2012 Sentilla Corporation
  11. 11. Conclusions• Cloud is the next Enterprise Computing standard• Hybrid Clouds will clearly be the order of the day• Need to support legacy applications will continue to drive hybrid models• Doing more with less still key for overcoming static budgets• 2014 will truly be the year of the clouds The Bottom Line: In 2013 Data Centers must put systems in place now to enable visibility, analysis and control of all IT assets to optimize their performance and management and get them cloud ready by 2014 Copyright © 2012 Sentilla Corporation
  12. 12. For More Information blog.sentilla.com (650) 241-0220 www.sentilla.com sales@sentilla.com @Sentilla facebook.com/Sentilla linkedin.com/company/Sentilla youtube.com/Sentilla Copyright © 2012 Sentilla Corporation

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