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Emc keynote 0945 1030

  1. 1. TRANSFORMIT+BUSINESS+YOURSELF Brian Gallagher, President, Enterprise Storage Division EMC Corporation
  2. 2. Megatrends in Information Technology Cloud & Big Data Top of mind with CIOs Change is not easy EMC can help Learn more Benefits  business & career
  3. 3. Waves Of Change Cloud Networked/ Computing PC/ Distributed Microprocessor Computing Minicomputer Mainframe
  4. 4. EMC’s MissionTo Lead Customers And Partners On Their Journey To Hybrid Cloud Computing
  5. 5. Which Cloud Model Will Win ? Private Cloud Public Cloud
  6. 6. Private Or Public? The Answer Is “Both”“Will You Pursue A Private Cloud Companies Using Public Cloud Strategy By 2014?” Services in 2011 5% 17% No 23% No Maybe 78% 77% Yes YesSource: Gartner, "Top Five Trends for Private Cloud Computing” Source: IDC Fall 2011 CloudTrack survey of 603 companies February, 2012 of various sizes in North America, June 2011
  7. 7. YOUR DATACENTER DISSOLVE DISTANCE YOUR SERVICE PROVIDER
  8. 8. CloudTechnologies
  9. 9. Each Layer In IT Will Be Transformed Infrastructure Transformation Hybrid Cloud Private Public
  10. 10. Three Paths To Cloud Infrastructure EMC Products Partner VSPEX VCE VBLOCK Best Of Breed Proven ConvergedInfrastructure Components Infrastructure Infrastructure
  11. 11. Each Layer In IT Will Be Transformed Application Transformation Infrastructure Transformation Hybrid Cloud Private Public
  12. 12. Transform Your Application Workloads Economic Evaluation Trust Assessment Functional Assessment All Public Cloud WorkloadsWorkloads Workloads Can Be Moved To Public Cloud Because They Private Cloud Workloads Meet Trust Workloads For Cheaper On Functionality Private/ Requirements Reasons Public Cloud Private Cloud Workloads For Trust Reasons Legacy Workloads For Cost Reasons
  13. 13. Each Layer In IT Will Be Transformed SECURITY End User Provisioning AUTOMATION Transformation Application Transformation Infrastructure Transformation Hybrid Cloud Private Public
  14. 14. Automate To InnovateCloud Maximizes Efficiency, Enabling Investment In Agility Agility New Business Applications Efficiency Hybrid Cloud Automated Infrastructure Private Public
  15. 15. Production Private Cloud In 3 Months. 60X Reduction In Service Provisioning Time.Accelerated Deployment Of Mobile Payment Apps.
  16. 16. EMC IT Transformation $112M CAPEX Savings $178M $66M OPEX Savings 46% Reduction in Power Consumption 95% Virtualized Mission Critical Apps 100M Pounds of CO2 Reduced
  17. 17. Accelerating IT TransformationEMC Cloud Services People Process Technology Cross-Domain Skills Service Mgmt Framework End User Computing LayerNew Roles For IT Personnel Chargeback Models Application Layer Automation, Self-service Infrastructure Layer
  18. 18. CLOUD ANDBIG DATACUSTOMER
  19. 19. TRUSTTRANSFORMSCLOUD
  20. 20. Old World: Static Security Static Attacks Generic, Systems-Based Static Infrastructure Physical, IT Controlled Static (Bolt-On) Defenses Signature-Based, At Perimeter
  21. 21. New World: Dynamic Security Hybrid Public Dynamic Attacks Cloud Clouds Targeted, Human-Based Dynamic Infrastructure Virtual, User-Centric Dynamic (Built-In) Defenses Analytics & Risk-Based
  22. 22. Ensuring TrustEMC Security And Availability Services Active Advanced Assured Governance Security AvailabilityInformation Governance Trusted Cloud Business Continuity Risk Management Prevent Fraud & Protect Managed Availability & Governance Identities
  23. 23. SECURITY MEETSBIG DATA
  24. 24. CLOUD IS BIG.WHAT COULD POSSIBLY BE BIGGER ?
  25. 25. BIG DATATRANSFORMSBUSINESS
  26. 26. big•data analytics / aggregation, correlation and analysis of disparate data sets to find insightful answers to your business challenges
  27. 27. IN 2000 THE WORLD GENERATED TWO EXABYTES OF NEW INFORMATIONSources: “How Much Information?” Peter Lyman and Hal Varian, UC Berkeley,. 2011 IDC Digital Universe Study.
  28. 28. IN 2000 THE WORLD GENERATED TWO EXABYTES OF NEW INFORMATION EVERY DAYSources: “How Much Information?” Peter Lyman and Hal Varian, UC Berkeley,. 2011 IDC Digital Universe Study.
  29. 29. Data Sources Are ExpandingSource : 2011 IDC Digital Universe Study © Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.
  30. 30. Massive Numbers of Massive Files Files In The Big Data Digital Universe Applications 500 5+ TB QuadrillionSource : 2011 IDC Digital Universe Study, EMC Customers © Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.
  31. 31. Big Data - Finding the Right NeedleEMC CONFIDENTIAL—INTERNAL USE ONLY 31
  32. 32. BIG DATA Transforms BusinessEvery Industry Will Require Big Data Analytics Financial Telecom Retail Energy Insurance Government Healthcare Cyber Security Advertising Gaming
  33. 33. How Companies Are Using Big DataFunctional Areas Where Companies Are Using Big Data Customer Insights 49% Budgeting & Planning 39% Operations & Supply Chain 37% Customer Service 33% Performance Management 30% New Product Strategy 28% Pricing 21% 0 10 20 30 40 50McKinsey Global Survey of 1,469 C-level executive respondents at a range of industries and company sizes, “Minding Your Digital Business,” 2012.
  34. 34. BIG DATA at Work SLOWING THE SPREAD OF DIABETES
  35. 35. Big Data And EMC 4 New Analytic Applications Data Science 3 2 Unified Analytics Platform Petabyte Scale Data Storage 1
  36. 36. Capitalizing On Big DataEMC Big Data Services Analytics Engines Analytic Engines Cloud Infrastructure Strategy Architecture OperationsIdentify The Opportunity Integrate New Technologies Manage & Maintain
  37. 37. JANUARY 2011EMC LAUNCHED 41 NEW PRODUCTS
  38. 38. JUNE 2012 EMC INTRODUCEDNEW PRODUCTSFOR YOUR DATA
  39. 39. NEW DEVICES NEW ANALYTIC NEW & EXISTING APPLICATIONS BUSINESS APPLICATIONS VMWARE CLOUD OS INFORMATION VMWARE CLOUD OSINFORMATION STORAGE INFORMATION PROTECTION
  40. 40. Innovation: Organic & Inorganic Growth CLOUD &9-Year $26.8B Investment In Market Leading Technology 2003-2011 BIG DATAM&A $14.5BR&D $12.3B 2009 JOURNEY 2007 TO THE CLOUD INFORMATION 2005 & VIRTUAL 2003 INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE AND BEFORE LIFECYCLEENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT STORAGE
  41. 41. Financial Strength To Keep Innovating Fortune 500 Rank (revenue) 139 Barron’s 500 Rank (performance) 12 Revenues $20.0B Free Cash Flow $4.4B R&D Investment (as % of revenues) 11% Cash And Investments $10.8B Market Value $58B Note: All financial data for year 2011 except market capitalization, which is as of May 7, 2012. R&D investment as a percentage of revenues includes capitalized R&D.
  42. 42. Our Global Presence 50,000 people Cork, Ireland Rotterdam, Netherlands 83 countries St. Petersburg, Russia Burlington, Ontario Seattle, WA Brentford, UK Vienna, AustriaPleasanton, CA Roy, UT Pau, France Seoul, S. Korea Durham, NC Beijing, China Apex, NC Beer Sheva, Chengdu, China Irvine, CA Tel Aviv, Duluth, GA Israel Tokyo, Japan Hopkinton, MA Israel Global Headquarters Cairo, Egypt Shanghai, China Palo Alto, CA Santa Clara, CA Bedford, MA Franklin, MA Bangalore, India Direct Presence Cambridge, MA R&D Center Singapore Centers of Excellence Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Sydney, Australia Customer Support Center Executive Briefing Center Melbourne, Australia Manufacturing Center Global Solution and Engineering Center as of June 30, 2011
  43. 43. What You Can Expect From EMC Best Of Breed Product Family Organic And Acquired Innovation Tight Knit Partner Ecosystem Reputation For Quality And Service And, Most Importantly, A Focus On You!
  44. 44. YOUR DATACENTER DISSOLVE THANK YOU DISTANCE YOUR SERVICE PROVIDER

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