This presentation, including any supporting materials, is owned by Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates and is for the sole...
Key Issues1. What is the Current State of Cloud ComputingAdoption?2. How should agencies approach cloudcomputing, and how ...
But First ….2
When Everything is Called Cloud …Cloud Computing Loses It’s MeaningService-BasedMeteredby UseInternetTechnologiesConsumerP...
Cloud Computing Service Layers andVendor OfferingsSystem Infrastructure ServicesApp. Infrastructure ServicesEnabling Techn...
Key Issues1. What is the Current State of Cloud ComputingAdoption?2. How should agencies approach cloudcomputing, and how ...
6Survey Question:Are You Using Public Cloud Services?SaaSPaaSIaaS44%36%36%Source: Gartner, Future of IT Survey, November 2...
7Survey Question:What Cloud Approach Do You Prefer?PrivateCloud34%HostedCloud25%CommunityCloud12%PublicCloud12%Hybrid7%Not...
8Survey Question:What Cloud Approach Do You Prefer?27%37%37%32%31%35%40%23%22%24%31%23%30%24%14%10%12%12%15%11%11%13%12%10...
Hybrid Cloud Aspirations are Sky-HighYes70%Maybe23%No7%Gartner DataCenter ConferencePoll, December2012(N = 129)Will your e...
High Growth Expected in Cloud InfrastructureServices But SaaS Still Larger Overall• Highest growth rates inEmerging Asia/P...
11But Public Cloud Spending Remains aMinority of Total IT spending2012 2017Infrastructure Software& MiddlewareData CenterO...
Key Issues1. What is the Current State of Cloud ComputingAdoption?2. How should agencies approach cloudcomputing, and how ...
A Strategic Model for Cloud ComputingEssentialCloudStrategyElementsHow will we secure, manage and govern cloudservices acr...
AgilityCostSecurityTransparencyEstablish a Decision FrameworkLess ComplexityMore FocusSelf-ServiceInnovationAssuranceLock-...
Take a Realistic View of Cloud Risks• Cloud services are notinherently more or less securethan traditional outsourcing.• M...
Build a Cloud Services SourcingCapability• Modify existing service procurementprocesses to accommodate thecloud.• Focus ne...
Consider Use of Cloud BrokerageThe Simple Cloud ModelThe Cloud Brokerage ModelProvidersBrokeragePoint-to-PointRelationship...
Private Cloud Is More Than VirtualizationCloudManagementPlatformVirtualizationandPhysicalLayerResourceManagement• Resource...
CMP Vendor Landscape:A Crowded and Fast-Moving MarketFabric-Based Infrastructure• Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud(C...
From Software Defined NetworkingTo Software Defined Environments• SDN is a new way to operatenetworks• Moves control plane...
The Future is Hybrid:Extend Security, Management & GovernanceITCloud Services BrokerEnterprise App StorePrivateCloudServic...
Hybrid ITHybrid IT is the mission and the operational model for IT infrastructureand operations in a cloud computing world...
Hybrid IT:The Organizational Perspective• Assist servicedevelopment• Self-service• Metered use• User focus• Evaluate inter...
Developing Cloud-Based Solutions• Multiple Approaches:- SaaS configuration and mashup.- Migrate and enhance enterprisesoft...
Cloud-Centric & Cloud OptimizedApplication Design• Architecture decisionsimpact results & cost- Data move & store- Message...
Think Like a Cloud Services Provider• Focus on high-value targets.• For the end user• For the developer• Everything is a p...
Key Issues1. What is the Current State of Cloud ComputingAdoption?2. How should agencies approach cloudcomputing, and how ...
CONSUMERIZATIONBeyond Cloud Computing …The Nexus of Disruptive Forces"Big"ContextExtremeBehaviorPervasiveAccessGlobal Clas...
Cloud Computing & The Nexus of ForcesCloud in theNexus of ForcesPersonal CloudClient/CloudCloudCollaborationCloud is afoun...
Recommendations Be proactive — the worst strategy is to ignore the cloud. Develop selection criteria and governance mode...
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May 2013 Federal Cloud Computing Summit Keynote by David Cearly

  1. 1. This presentation, including any supporting materials, is owned by Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates and is for the sole use of the intended Gartner audience or otherauthorized recipients. This presentation may contain information that is confidential, proprietary or otherwise legally protected, and it may not be further copied,distributed or publicly displayed without the express written permission of Gartner, Inc. or its affiliates.© 2013 Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.David CearleyThe Current Future State of CloudComputing
  2. 2. Key Issues1. What is the Current State of Cloud ComputingAdoption?2. How should agencies approach cloudcomputing, and how does it change the ITenvironment?3. How does cloud relate to other key technologytrends?
  3. 3. But First ….2
  4. 4. When Everything is Called Cloud …Cloud Computing Loses It’s MeaningService-BasedMeteredby UseInternetTechnologiesConsumerProviderA style of computing in which scalable and elastic IT-enabled capabilitiesare delivered as a service to consumers using Internet technologies• Open• Limited• Provider"Virtual" PrivateCloud Service• Limited• Full• ProviderCommunityCloud Service• Closed• Exclusive• ConsumerPrivate CloudService• Open• Full• ProviderPublic CloudServiceSelf-ServiceAccess:Sharing:Ownership:Shared Scalable & Elastic AutomatedThe Service
  5. 5. Cloud Computing Service Layers andVendor OfferingsSystem Infrastructure ServicesApp. Infrastructure ServicesEnabling TechnologiesCloud Services Professional Servicesfor ConsumptionMarketplace, Brokerage,Management and/orSecurity ServicesConsuming Cloud ServicesBuilding or Operating Public/Private Cloud ServicesProfessional Servicesfor Build/RunService Enablers & ImplementationApplication ServicesBusiness & Info. Services
  6. 6. Key Issues1. What is the Current State of Cloud ComputingAdoption?2. How should agencies approach cloudcomputing, and how does it change the ITenvironment?3. How does cloud relate to other key technologytrends?
  7. 7. 6Survey Question:Are You Using Public Cloud Services?SaaSPaaSIaaS44%36%36%Source: Gartner, Future of IT Survey, November 2012Today In 12 Months87%80%80%
  8. 8. 7Survey Question:What Cloud Approach Do You Prefer?PrivateCloud34%HostedCloud25%CommunityCloud12%PublicCloud12%Hybrid7%NotCloud10%Source: Gartner Cloud Survey, July 2012PrivateHosted PrivateCommunityPublicHybridNot Cloud
  9. 9. 8Survey Question:What Cloud Approach Do You Prefer?27%37%37%32%31%35%40%23%22%24%31%23%30%24%14%10%12%12%15%11%11%13%12%10%12%15%12%9%10%7%8%7%6%4%8%12%13%9%6%9%8%8%0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%Manufacturing & Natural ResourcesFinancial ServicesServicesCommunications & MediaGovernmentRetail & WholesaleOtherPrivate Cloud Hosted Cloud Community Cloud Public Cloud Hybrid Not CloudSource: Gartner Cloud Survey, July 2012
  10. 10. Hybrid Cloud Aspirations are Sky-HighYes70%Maybe23%No7%Gartner DataCenter ConferencePoll, December2012(N = 129)Will your enterprisebe pursuing ahybrid cloudcomputing strategyby 2015?While very few enterprises have established a hybrid cloud service sofar, the interest is very high
  11. 11. High Growth Expected in Cloud InfrastructureServices But SaaS Still Larger Overall• Highest growth rates inEmerging Asia/Pacific,China, Latin Americaand Eurasia• Greatest increase inspending in N. America• India, Indonesia andChina show the highestgrowth rates in Asia• Western Europe growthrates continue as thelowest worldwide• PaaS is smaller butbig impactSource: Gartner, Public Cloud Services Forecast, Sept 2012 (G00238928)* Excluding Cloud Advertising01020304050602010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016MarketSize($USBillions)BPaaS SaaS PaaS IaaS Mgmt & SecBPaaS SaaS PaaS IaaS Mgmt & Sec5-year CAGR (2011-2016) 11.3% 19.1% 26.6% 41.8% 26.9%
  12. 12. 11But Public Cloud Spending Remains aMinority of Total IT spending2012 2017Infrastructure Software& MiddlewareData CenterOutsourcingBusiness ProcessOutsourcingApplication SoftwareSource: Gartner, Public Cloud Services Forecast, Mar 2013 (G00248727),Enterprise Software Forecast, Mar 2013 (G00249485), IT Services Forecast, Mar 2013 (G00248578)
  13. 13. Key Issues1. What is the Current State of Cloud ComputingAdoption?2. How should agencies approach cloudcomputing, and how does it change the ITenvironment?3. How does cloud relate to other key technologytrends?
  14. 14. A Strategic Model for Cloud ComputingEssentialCloudStrategyElementsHow will we secure, manage and govern cloudservices across internal, external and hybridenvironments?3Where and how should agencies implement privatecloud environments?2Where and how should agencies consume cloudcomputing services?1How does cloud computing factor into applicationstrategy and architecture?4Are there opportunities for the agency to become acloud computing service provider?5
  15. 15. AgilityCostSecurityTransparencyEstablish a Decision FrameworkLess ComplexityMore FocusSelf-ServiceInnovationAssuranceLock-inIntegrationFinancial• Examine by service type,workload, data and use case.• Consider how to mitigate risk.• Examine market maturity &total cost including exit costsChallengesBenefitLow andManageableHigh orUnmanageableHighandClearLoworUncertainAvoidEmbracePublicExperimentConsiderPrivate
  16. 16. Take a Realistic View of Cloud Risks• Cloud services are notinherently more or less securethan traditional outsourcing.• Map workloads and data to theright "style" of cloud security.• Adapt security processes toaddress cloud computing.• Separation of duties andchange control are key risks.• Examine software and cloud-based options to mitigate risks.• Integrate cloud services intosituationally aware SIEM*.Audit andEventStreamsCloudApplicationCloudInfrastructureCloudApplicationData CentersApplicationInfrastructureApplicationUnified View*security information and event management
  17. 17. Build a Cloud Services SourcingCapability• Modify existing service procurementprocesses to accommodate thecloud.• Focus negotiations on businessissues, not technicalimplementations.• Selectively review providerimplementation details.• Service commitments are deliveredvia standard self-service interfaces.• Understand the real long-termcommitment behind SLA and price.• Dont ignore hidden upfront costs.• Develop contingency plans.Standardized & FixedTerms & ConditionsCustomized & NegotiatedTerms & ConditionsCloudComputingTraditionalOutsourcingService Acquisition Models
  18. 18. Consider Use of Cloud BrokerageThe Simple Cloud ModelThe Cloud Brokerage ModelProvidersBrokeragePoint-to-PointRelationshipsIntermediatedRelationshipsStrengths• Direct relationship with customer• Low barrier to adoptionChallenges• "Take it or leave it" cloud services• Multiple provider complexityStrengths• Value-added services• Centralized governanceChallenges• Indirect customer relationship• Skills lacking, unfocused andnarrowConsumersCloud ServicesCloud ServicesCloud Services
  19. 19. Private Cloud Is More Than VirtualizationCloudManagementPlatformVirtualizationandPhysicalLayerResourceManagement• Resource State Management• Performance Management• SecurityServiceManagement• Service Catalog• Service-Level Management/Monitoring• Service Configuration and Provisioning• Service Demand and Financial ManagementResources • Physical and Virtual Resources• Component ManagersAccessManagement• Self-Service/Programmable Interface• Subscriber Management• Identity and Access ManagementServiceOptimization• Governor (i.e., Policies for Placement and Elasticity)• Orchestration• Federation and MultisiteExternalManagementAPIs(Incident/Change/Release,Analytics)
  20. 20. CMP Vendor Landscape:A Crowded and Fast-Moving MarketFabric-Based Infrastructure• Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud(Cloupia)• Dell VIS Creator (Gale Technologiesand enStratius)• HP CloudSystem Matrix• IBM PureFlex System Managerand PureApplication System• VCE vCloud Director and CIACInfrastructure Software• Citrix CloudPlatform• IBM Workload Deployer• Microsoft System Center 2012• Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c (Nimbula)• Red Hat CloudForms (ManageIQ)• VMware vCloud Director and vCloudAutomation CenterPoint Solution Vendors• Abiquo• Adaptive Computing• Cloudbolt• Egenera• Embotics• Flexiant• Gravitant• NetIQ (Novell Cloud Manager)• RightScale• ServiceMesh• ZimoryTraditional Big Four ITOperations Management• BMC Software CLM• CA AppLogic (Automation Suite for Cloud)• HP CSA• IBM SmartCloud OrchestratorOpen Source• CloudStack• Eucalyptus• OpenNebula• OpenStack
  21. 21. From Software Defined NetworkingTo Software Defined Environments• SDN is a new way to operatenetworks• Moves control plane (and potentiallythe value) from individual devices toa central controller- Abstracts network layer to driveagility and flexibility- Allows configuration of the networkfrom one place not each individualdevice• Beyond SDN- Fabric Based Computing20BandwidthGrowth• Cloud Service Provider Needs Drive Innovation
  22. 22. The Future is Hybrid:Extend Security, Management & GovernanceITCloud Services BrokerEnterprise App StorePrivateCloudServicesPublicCloudServicesTraditionalServicesPublicCloudServicesIT should become thetrusted broker for most/allIT-based servicesHybrid ITService CatalogService-Level Mgmt.ChargebackCapacity Mgmt.Service GovernorOrchestrationOptimizationCloud ManagementPlatformEnterprise
  23. 23. Hybrid ITHybrid IT is the mission and the operational model for IT infrastructureand operations in a cloud computing world.Yes58%NotSure31%No10%Gartner DataCenterConference Poll,December 2012(N = 127)Will your ITorganizationpursue an internalHybrid IT strategyby 2015?Hybrid IT Organization
  24. 24. Hybrid IT:The Organizational Perspective• Assist servicedevelopment• Self-service• Metered use• User focus• Evaluate internal &external services• Forge relationshipwith CSPs• Manage serviceconsumptionIT organization acting asprovider and brokerPrivateCloudsPublicCloudsHybridClouds
  25. 25. Developing Cloud-Based Solutions• Multiple Approaches:- SaaS configuration and mashup.- Migrate and enhance enterprisesoftware (custom or packaged).- Innovative cloud applications.• Tools and Techniques:- Build it from scratch with linearscalability, parallel processingand distributed data.- Leverage application servicesand/or platform services.- MapReduce and Hadoop.- GData and OData accessmodels.- Coordinate Web design andapplication development.- Cloud-Centric DesignDeveloperBrowser/RIAor TraditionalClientSystem InfrastructureSys./App. Infra.ApplicationConsumerGlobal-Class App.SaaS Config.and MashupTraditionalSoftware
  26. 26. Cloud-Centric & Cloud OptimizedApplication Design• Architecture decisionsimpact results & cost- Data move & store- Message traffic- Processing models• Think differently!- Global-class design- Proactive security- Design for failure & self-healing- Embed security in theapplication- Cloud/Client ArchitectureCloud-AwareApplication PrinciplesLatency-AwareInstrumentedFailure-AwareEvent-DrivenParallelizableAutomatedConsumption-Aware
  27. 27. Think Like a Cloud Services Provider• Focus on high-value targets.• For the end user• For the developer• Everything is a platform.• Public Web APIs are a keycomponent of your businessstrategy.• Build a public Web API aspart of next-generation ADprojects.• Develop focused, cohesiveand loosely coupledservices.• Make sure you get value,even if nobody adopts itexternally.PartnersBusiness ServiceInformation ServiceApplication ServiceWebsiteCustomersSuppliersPortal & APIInternal
  28. 28. Key Issues1. What is the Current State of Cloud ComputingAdoption?2. How should agencies approach cloudcomputing, and how does it change the ITenvironment?3. How does cloud relate to other key technologytrends?
  29. 29. CONSUMERIZATIONBeyond Cloud Computing …The Nexus of Disruptive Forces"Big"ContextExtremeBehaviorPervasiveAccessGlobal ClassDelivery
  30. 30. Cloud Computing & The Nexus of ForcesCloud in theNexus of ForcesPersonal CloudClient/CloudCloudCollaborationCloud is afoundation ofthe Nexus,but theNexus in turnenhancesnew cloudrelatedsegmentsCloud + SocialCloud + MobileBig DataContextual AppsCloud + Info.
  31. 31. Recommendations Be proactive — the worst strategy is to ignore the cloud. Develop selection criteria and governance models for each layer of thecloud computing service hierarchy:- Realistically assess risks and carefully embrace new trust models.- Modify existing service procurement models, and build new cloudgovernance, trust and security models. Use a business impact analysis to determine when, where and why toadopt cloud computing:- Determine where migrating or enhancing applications deliver value.- Consider innovation applications that benefit from unique cloudcapabilities. Ensure that private cloud initiatives extend beyond virtualization toaddress access, service and resource management. Use external cloud brokers to reduce complexity and enhanceperformance. Position IT as a cloud service broker across internal and externalcloud services. Coordinate cloud and mobile strategies.

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