Cloud Computing Mainstreams

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Cloud computing enters mainstream IT. This presentation outlines the evolution of PaaS, key trends, and key vendors in 2010

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Cloud Computing Mainstreams

  1. 1. Cloud computing mainstreams<br />“make dust or eat dust”<br />
  2. 2. in the beginning…<br /><ul><li>Salesforce.com, a pioneer in Software as a Service (SaaS), introduces a publishing platform for enterprise web software </li></ul>Multi-force (now force.com), the first commercially viable Platform as a Service<br />Using cloud CRM as a jump off point, multi-force gets immediate traction<br /><ul><li>Their AppExchange marketplace, another major innovation, entices a massive third party ecosystem
  3. 3. Sets a new bar for competitors by creating a multi-tenant application cooperative</li></ul>Delivered by ISV’s, custom app developers and Salesforce<br />Inherently interoperable<br />
  4. 4. sleeping giants have been stirred<br /><ul><li>Force.com increasingly casts a broader net and shakes up established IT providers
  5. 5. On the flip side, the runway afforded to Salesforce by “innovators dilemma” is used up</li></ul>Market success creates reality of “make dust or eat dust”<br /><ul><li>Put another way, the big dogs of IT get serious and compete</li></ul>Microsoft Azure. Adds commoditized rdb to cloud platforms<br />Cisco Connect. Adds real time communications basis (Web-com) to cloud platforms enabling the first social app platform<br />
  6. 6. key PaaS milestones up to 2010<br />1/18/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />3<br />
  7. 7. 2010 “All-in”<br /><ul><li>Tipping point for cloud computing in mainstream IT
  8. 8. One stop shop is the mantra
  9. 9. New partnerships form to position for advantage</li></ul>Oracle buys Sun, offering end-to-end solutions for cloud infrastructure.<br />HP and MS sign 250M pact to offer integrated solutions for cloud infrastructure<br />VMware buys Zimbra offering integrated stack for cloud collaboration<br />
  10. 10. bell weather mega deployments signal enterprise shift<br /><ul><li>City of LA, 30,000 Google Apps
  11. 11. Japan Post, 40,000 force.com users
  12. 12. Flextronics, 200,000 Workday users
  13. 13. Panasonic, 300,000 IBM LotusLive users
  14. 14. Siemans, 430,000 SuccessFactors users</li></li></ul><li>cloud platforms expand for IT<br />1/18/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />6<br />
  15. 15. cloud platform comparison<br />1/18/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />7<br />
  16. 16. About DreamFactory<br />Maximizing the enterprise cloud<br />1/18/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />8<br />
  17. 17. 9<br />plug and play productivity for cloud platforms<br />1/18/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />9<br />
  18. 18. 10<br />essential apps for your corporate cloud<br />DreamFactory Workgroup Suite<br />Enterprise-grade Project Management<br /><ul><li>Cross enterprise collaboration
  19. 19. Rich Gantt charts, T&E, Resource Mgmt
  20. 20. Full MS project import</li></ul>Web 2.0 Document Collaboration<br /><ul><li>Webtop blends web files with desktop apps
  21. 21. Version control, Check-in/out, Lock-out
  22. 22. Desktop folder synchronization</li></ul>Data Collaboration and Reporting<br /><ul><li>Create on-the-fly collaborative information managers
  23. 23. Rich reporting with org views, pipeline views, and trend analysis
  24. 24. Excel import transforms flat files into shared databases</li></ul>1/18/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />
  25. 25. 11<br />DreamFactory Power Tools<br />customize and manage your cloud(s)<br />Change and Release Management <br /><ul><li>Monitor, track, and synchronize cloud database states
  26. 26. Designed for administrators
  27. 27. Document for compliance</li></ul>Data Mobility<br /><ul><li>Enables power users to seamlessly move business information across cloud and desktop databases
  28. 28. e.g. Salesforce sales opps WebEx Connect portal
  29. 29. e.g. Excel spreadsheets  Azure database for sharing</li></ul>Application Development<br /><ul><li>Rapidly publish rich apps on cloud platforms
  30. 30. Automate WYSIWYG business engagement forms
  31. 31. Drag, drop and connect empowers operational users</li></ul>1/18/2010, <br />Proprietary and Confidential: © 2006 DreamFactory Software, Inc.<br />1503 Grant Road, Mountain View, CA 94040<br />Tel. 650-641-1800<br />
  32. 32. 12<br />DreamFactory Browser Platform<br />better, faster, cheaper cloud dev<br />DreamFactory turns the browser into a super dev client for the cloud<br />The only pure services approach redefines agile development on cloud platforms<br />iPhone like development model for native enterprise data!<br />3 to 4x performance advantage<br />e.g. Azure<br />e.g. Azure<br />vs<br />Appserver<br />DF smart browser platform<br />Browser client<br />
  33. 33. DreamFactory firsts in PaaS milestones<br />2005: Salesforce launches multi-force. <br /><ul><li>DreamFactory delivers DreamTeam project collaboration, the first native multi-force application</li></ul>2006: Salesforce launches AppExchange marketplace<br /><ul><li>DreamFactory applications dominate 9 of 15 key AppExchange categories</li></ul>2007: Amazon introduces simple db, simple storage<br /><ul><li>DreamFactory delivers the first workgroup productivity suite 100% native to Amazon Web Services</li></ul>2009: Microsoft launches Azure<br /><ul><li>DreamFactory is the first native enterprise ISV to support Azure with workgroup suite and power tools for Azure SQL</li></ul>2009: Cisco WebEx launches their social app cloud platform.<br /><ul><li>DreamFactory Suite is the first native ISV to participate adding social project, document and data collaboration to Connect ‘s collaborative framework</li></li></ul><li>info<br />Free development tools: www.dreamfactory.org<br />Workgroup apps: www.dreamfactory.com<br />Contact us:<br />sales@dreamfactory.com<br />Phone: 650-641-1800<br />Toll Free: 888-399-3732<br />Video tutorials:<br />Workgroup suite: http://www.dreamfactory.com/scenario/DreamTeam/Index.html   <br />Power tools: http://www.dreamfactory.com/scenario/Utilities/Index.html                                       <br />

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