Cloud andCrowd…
Synonyms or Homonyms?
BernieTrudel – btrudel@asiacloudcomputing.org
Chairman of the Asia Cloud Computing A...
About the
AsiaCloud
Computing
Association
We are a leading influential industry voice on cloud
computing – we involve busi...
FiveCommon
Characteristics
On-Demand
Self-Service
Rapid
Elasticity
Resource
Pooling
Measured
Service
Broad
(Network)
Access
Types of
Sourcing
PublicPrivate
Community
Hybrid
Trend #1-
Cloud is
growing 6x
faster than
Legacy ICT
2013
$748 B$8.7 B 1.1%
Cloud Spend
40% CAGR
IDC in 2013
2015
$873 B$1...
Trend #2-
Data
Sovereingty
is a big issue
Japan
New
Zealand
Singapore
Australia
Hong Kong
South
Korea
Taiwan
Malaysia
Indi...
Trend #3 - Intra
DataCenter
Traffic at
TippingPoint
0.0
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
...
Trend #4 –
Asia’sCloud
Readiness
continues to
increase
http://www.asiacloudcomputing.org/research/cri2014
Trend #5 – Best
Practices
Abound
http://dcblog.gocsc.com/2011/10/whimsical-wednesday-clouds/
What does
the future
hold?
You Decide…
Croud and Clowd, are they synonyms or homonyms?
1. 100% aligned – they are completely synonymous
2. Ships in t...
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Presented at Crowdsourcing Week Global 2014 by Bernie Trudel, Asia Cloud Computing Association. Join us for CSW Global 2015! More Information: http://crowdsourcingweek.com/ and https://twitter.com/CrowdWeek

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  • What we understood anecdotally is true. There is wide-ranging inconsistencies between the regulations among the 14 countries – indeed, we concluded the situation requires a concerted effort toward harmonizing the laws.We identified that there are clear “Leaders” and “Followers.”Analysing the data shows some common differences between the leaders and followers. While these factors may not be uniform across all of the countries in the group, they provide some perspective on how the relative rankings were developed.These are the characteristics we saw generally distinguishing Leaders from Followers. We can take this as the touchstones toward a regional policy framework.I’d encourage you to focus on this when you read the report.Characteristics of the LEADERS:Clear Data Protection LawsClear what laws affect cloudReasonable cross border controlsTechnology neutralNo filtering or censoring requirementsLeaders and Followers: the countries appear to be grouped into two broad categories based on their overall score.Countries that substantially align with the Ideal.Countries that are inconsistent with international norms, have no regulations (creating uncertainty) or have laws that are otherwise significantly inconsistent with the Ideal.Data Safety: Even in the leading countries, the lowest scores -- How governments are authorized to access data; censorship and liability for content are still challenges.International Consistency and Cross-Border Movement are the biggest differentiators between Leaders and Followers.Data Safety, How governments are authorized to access data; censorship and liability for content are still challenges --even for the leading countries, this is the lowest score. We all are aware of the recent events around this and we think Asia’s leaders can lead in this area too – setting the standards for the region and possibly globally. The biggest thing the Followers have to work on is International Consistency and Cross-Border Movement. These two areas are the biggest differentiators between Leaders and Followers.
  • The Cisco Global Cloud Index (GCI) forecasts data center and cloud traffic and related trends:Data center and cloud traffic forecast offers projections from 2012-2017 on global data center and cloud traffic rates.Workload transition provides 2012-2017 projections for workloads* moving from traditional IT to cloud solutions.Cloud readiness** provides regional and country-level data on broadband performance as a precursor for cloud service adoption by network consumers and business users.More collaboration between work groups is equivalent to east-west traffic
  • The Ready Leadersrobust IT infrastructure and regulatory framework in placeretained their leads in Asia Pacific by fostering innovation and fresh approaches towards next gen and cloud computing services. SK & HK: excellent broadband qualities to their citizens;SG & JP protecting intellectual property; AU, NZ: all-of-government “cloud first” approaches to cloud adoption.The Dedi(cated) ImproversIn a region where one has to run to keep pace, this group has been making strategic progress to retain their places in this middle bandPH: freedom of information access; TW: international connectivity and business sophistication;TH: power grid and green policies;MY: low risk to data centresThe Steady Developingfar from standing still – developing their tech policies and physical infrastructureCN “Broadband China” policy is expected to provide nationwide coverage by 2020; VN: various cities have been quietly rolling out city-wide free wi-fiIN: launched “Meghraj”, a national cloud e-government initiative;ID: good traction with its tax e-billing system.
  • Bernie Trudel - Cloud and Crowd: Synonyms or Homonyms?

    1. 1. Cloud andCrowd… Synonyms or Homonyms? BernieTrudel – btrudel@asiacloudcomputing.org Chairman of the Asia Cloud Computing Association
    2. 2. About the AsiaCloud Computing Association We are a leading influential industry voice on cloud computing – we involve business, government and people inAsia – the public, private and people sectors Mission: to accelerate cloud-computing adoption across APAC Engaging stakeholders, providing tools to educate, and advocate to remove barriers to using cloud computing and other technology tools http://www.asiacloudcomputing.org Contact the Secretariat at info@asiacloudcomputing.org 2
    3. 3. FiveCommon Characteristics On-Demand Self-Service Rapid Elasticity Resource Pooling Measured Service Broad (Network) Access
    4. 4. Types of Sourcing PublicPrivate Community Hybrid
    5. 5. Trend #1- Cloud is growing 6x faster than Legacy ICT 2013 $748 B$8.7 B 1.1% Cloud Spend 40% CAGR IDC in 2013 2015 $873 B$16.2 B 1.9% 2020 $1107 B$65 B 5.9% ICT Spend 6.6% CAGR
    6. 6. Trend #2- Data Sovereingty is a big issue Japan New Zealand Singapore Australia Hong Kong South Korea Taiwan Malaysia India Indonesia Relative cross border movement score Relativelegalenvironment (Internationalconsistency&regulatorystability/enforcement) Leaders Followers http://www.asiacloudcomputing.org/research/datasovereignty2013 (Size of bubble indicates relative average of data safety and cloud access scores.)
    7. 7. Trend #3 - Intra DataCenter Traffic at TippingPoint 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Zettabytes/Year Cloud Data Center (35% CAGR) Traditional Data Center (12% CAGR) http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/solutions/service-provider/global-cloud-index-gci/index.html
    8. 8. Trend #4 – Asia’sCloud Readiness continues to increase http://www.asiacloudcomputing.org/research/cri2014
    9. 9. Trend #5 – Best Practices Abound http://dcblog.gocsc.com/2011/10/whimsical-wednesday-clouds/
    10. 10. What does the future hold?
    11. 11. You Decide… Croud and Clowd, are they synonyms or homonyms? 1. 100% aligned – they are completely synonymous 2. Ships in the night – similar but on parallel tracks 3. 50% commonality and similarity 4. 25% overlap 5. Nothing to do with each other except they are almost homonyms BernieTrudel – btrudel@asiacloudcomputing.org

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