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The State of the Cloud: 5 Adoption Trends You Need to Know

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Cloud computing is revolutionizing the technology landscape, creating disruptive changes and presenting huge opportunities for business to innovate, create new value and drive increased revenue.

60% of enterprises now include Cloud computing as part of their overall enterprise IT budget. Technology entrepreneur Michael Skok and North Bridge teamed up with GigaOm to uncover just what is going on in the Cloud. What they discovered will do more than surprise and inform. It will help you weed through the Cloud clutter. Join Michael and Dyn’s Head of Market Intelligence, Phil Hochmuth, for the most valuable webinar on the Cloud you’ll attend this year.

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The State of the Cloud: 5 Adoption Trends You Need to Know

  1. 1. 1 5 Adoption Trends You Need To Know THE STATE OF CLOUD: NORTH BRIDGE FUTURE OF CLOUD COMPUTING SURVEY IN PARTNERSHIP WITH GIGAOM RESEARCH PRESENTED WITH
  2. 2. 2 #1 Cloud ≠ Free IT: Cost becomes an issue #2 Privacy and Security are still top inhibitors #3 Cloud is diversifying #4 Hybrid is the new normal #5 The sky is still the limit: growth trends and the future The Trends:
  3. 3. #1: CLOUD ≠ FREE IT 3 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  4. 4. of respondents will move some or significant processing to the Cloud in the next 12-24 mos. For IT, across all functions tested in the survey IT is no longer fighting cloud… information technology 4 60-85% @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  5. 5. FOR LARGE BUSINESSES Shifting Capex to Opex is an important Driver For respondents moving workloads to the cloud today, 27% said they are motivated to do so because they believe using a cloud platform service will help them lower their capital expenditures. 5 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  6. 6. CONCERNS over expense of TRANSITIONING to the cloud have grown three-fold: to 18% today from 6% in 2011 6 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  7. 7. #2: PRIVACY, SECURITY STILL TOP INHIBITORS 7 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  8. 8. #1 INHIBITOR Security, remains the biggest concern, despite declining slightly last year, it rose again as an issue in 2014 and was cited by 49% of respondents.8 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  9. 9. 9 PRIVACY IS OF GROWING IMPORTANCE As an inhibitor, Privacy grew from 25% in 2011 to 31% @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  10. 10. 10 THE RESISTANCE Over 1/3 see Regulatory / Compliance as an inhibitor to moving to the cloud compliance @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  11. 11. #3: CLOUD ADOPTION IS DIVERSIFYING 11 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  12. 12. 12 Interoperability concerns dropped by 45%, relatively, over the past two years. But 29% are still concerned about lock in lock-in interoperability @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  13. 13. APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT – GROWING 50% If you’re going to deploy in the cloud, why wouldn’t you develop in the cloud? DevOps => Continuous:  Innovation  Test  Deployment  Integration Automation & Programmability 13 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  14. 14. #4: HYBRID CLOUD IS THE “NEW NORMAL” 14 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  15. 15. hybrid cloud HYBRID CLOUD… WAS A “HEDGE” CAN IT BE “BEST OF”? 15 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  16. 16. hybrid cloud HYBRID CLOUD USAGE NOW… 42% use Hybrid Cloud 16 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  17. 17. hybrid cloud 17 HYBRID CLOUD … AT EXPENSE OF PRIVATE CLOUD Taking a chunk out of Private Clouds… which will decline by almost half from 24% to 13% Growing to 55% in 2 years @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  18. 18. #5: SKY IS STILL THE LIMIT (PUN INTENDED) 18 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  19. 19. 19 WE ARE IN THE MIDDLE OF A SEISMIC SHIFT IN TECHNOLOGY Transitioning Living in the cloudTransforming @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  20. 20. CLOUD ‘AS A SERVICE’ MARKET HIGHLIGHTS $0 $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $35,000 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Global Cloud Computing Revenue ($M) IaaS PaaS Infrastructure SaaS 29% CAGR 20 Source @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  21. 21. CLOUD IS STILL EARLY, AND IN A PHASE OF DISCOVERY For many customers, we are still really early, and they are uncovering new areas of opportunity 21 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  22. 22. 22 DEAL TRENDS – U.S. $1.9B 203 deals $9.2M/deal 2010 $3.2B 323 deals $9.9M/deal 2011 $4.2B 386 deals $10.8M/deal 2012 $4.8B 417 deals $8.4M/deal 2013 $8.3B 324 deals $25.8M/deal 2014* *Note: (As of 12/14/2014) larger deal size due to 24 $100M+ amounts raised this year from companies like Actifio, Box, Cloudera, Dropbox, Hortonworks, Inside Sales, New Relic and Pure Storage 2014 YTD @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  23. 23. THE CLOUD WINDOW IS STILL OPEN • Migration underway • Re-imagined applications ahead 23 @futureofcloud #futureofcloud
  24. 24. 24 vV THANK YOU + @futureofcloud #futureofcloud PRESENTED WITH

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