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UNCLASSIFIED© Copyright 2011 Fujitsu Services Limited<br />Time is an illusion, cloud time doubly so!<br />Ian Mitchell – ...
1<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />Introduction<br />Fujitsu UK&I Chief Architect responsible for:<br /><ul><li>Technical Strategy (...
Many 100’s of medium/large enterprise cloud projects/implementations
$1bn invested in cloud during 2010 and continues
First organisation to deliver HA IaaS for enterprise organisations</li></ul>A brief look at cloud adoption based upon a Fu...
2<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />An amorphous blob<br />A quick refresher of what Fujitsu mean by cloud:<br />Cloud Services<br />...
You can consume instantly and pay per usage
You can start and stop, scale up or down
You share the same service with others
It is self service</li></ul>Public<br />Business Process<br />(BPaaS)<br />Data<br />(DaaS)<br />Software<br />(SaaS)<br /...
3<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />Fret work<br />Senior IT professionals Headaches:<br /><ul><li>Business Information Security
Ensuring cloud makes commercial sense
Performance
Management of multiple cloud vendors
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Time is an illusion, cloud time doubly so!

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Ian Mitchell's presentation from the Cloud Computing World Forum - see also http://blogs.ts.fujitsu.com/uk-ie/cloud/2011/06/time-is-an-illusion-cloud-time-doubly-so

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Time is an illusion, cloud time doubly so!

  1. 1. UNCLASSIFIED© Copyright 2011 Fujitsu Services Limited<br />Time is an illusion, cloud time doubly so!<br />Ian Mitchell – Fujitsu<br />Cloud Computing World Forum<br />22 June 2011<br />
  2. 2. 1<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />Introduction<br />Fujitsu UK&I Chief Architect responsible for:<br /><ul><li>Technical Strategy (3 years out) & Governance, Innovation & Incubation, Thought Leadership and Sustainability</li></ul>Fujitsu cloud experience:<br /><ul><li>Global ICT-based business solutions provider; approximately 170,000 employees supporting customers in 70 countries; Reported revenues of US$55 billion for fiscal year ended March 31, 2011
  3. 3. Many 100’s of medium/large enterprise cloud projects/implementations
  4. 4. $1bn invested in cloud during 2010 and continues
  5. 5. First organisation to deliver HA IaaS for enterprise organisations</li></ul>A brief look at cloud adoption based upon a Fujitsu published practical guide to the cloud of findings from an qualitative CIO level research engagement<br />
  6. 6. 2<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />An amorphous blob<br />A quick refresher of what Fujitsu mean by cloud:<br />Cloud Services<br />Cloud location<br />It’s Cloud if…<br /><ul><li>You access it over internet technologies
  7. 7. You can consume instantly and pay per usage
  8. 8. You can start and stop, scale up or down
  9. 9. You share the same service with others
  10. 10. It is self service</li></ul>Public<br />Business Process<br />(BPaaS)<br />Data<br />(DaaS)<br />Software<br />(SaaS)<br />Platform<br />(PaaS)<br />Infrastructure <br />(IaaS)<br />Community<br />Private<br />
  11. 11. 3<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />Fret work<br />Senior IT professionals Headaches:<br /><ul><li>Business Information Security
  12. 12. Ensuring cloud makes commercial sense
  13. 13. Performance
  14. 14. Management of multiple cloud vendors
  15. 15. Interoperability and lock-in</li></ul>Disruptive trends<br /><ul><li>Bring your own computer
  16. 16. The battle between social media and email
  17. 17. Multiple platforms (mobile, tablet, …)</li></li></ul><li>4<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />Up, up and away<br />Cloud services at different levels generally add different value to the business, e.g.:<br /><ul><li>IaaS/PaaS - IT cost savings & IT Agility
  18. 18. SaaS/DaaS - increased revenues & Business Agility
  19. 19. BPaaS/OaaS – Increased business outcomes & Business Innovation</li></ul>The higher up the cloud services stack you go the benefits are accumulative<br />
  20. 20. 5<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />Cherry picking<br />Use a simple assessment tool to prioritise business systems / services<br />Assessment criteria of the system to be migrated :<br /><ul><li>Business Criticality
  21. 21. Identified Benefits
  22. 22. Migration/Implementation cost
  23. 23. System Maturity</li></li></ul><li>6<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />Airfix or KeilKraft<br />Choose the right cloud architectural pattern to suit the system/service being migrated<br />For example take a traditional n-tier system (database, application server, web server):<br /><ul><li>Everything in the cloud
  24. 24. Presentation and Business layers in the cloud
  25. 25. Just the Presentation layer in the cloud
  26. 26. Just use for specific project tasks</li></ul>Look at the data & Business IP and design accordingly<br />
  27. 27. 7<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />Turn it up!<br />Service Management functions will need to evolve to suit the cloud business model:<br />Multi vendor management<br />Service Governance<br />Service Brokering<br />Service Integration<br />Matching usage todemand (down as wellas up) will be critical toachieving the businesscase<br />
  28. 28. 8<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />Roadmaps to Satnav<br />All of IT, but especially the Enterprise Architecture teams, need to get even closer to the business:<br />Articulate benefits of cloud to the Business<br />Identification of migration candidates and target cloud services<br />Standards become key, especially for integration<br />Revamp the development lifecycle<br />Enterprise Architecturetimescales have justhalved<br />
  29. 29. 9<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />The final frontier<br />What next in the world of cloud:<br />Marketplaces<br />Service Integration service providers<br />Organisation as a Service<br />
  30. 30. Wherever you are in the cloud journey…<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />Application <br />Transformation<br />Speak with one of our cloud experts to evaluate the benefits and potential risks of moving to the cloud<br />Our broad rangeof cloud services <br />will enable you to maximise the business opportunities of Cloud<br />Assessment & <br />Advisory Services<br />Application <br />Management<br />ISV<br /> Solutions<br />Cloud<br />Adoption<br />Services<br />Applications<br />SaaS<br />Fujitsu<br />Portfolio of <br />Cloud Services<br />Desktop <br />Services<br />Virtual <br />Client<br /> Services<br />Fujitsu Local Cloud <br />Platform<br />IaaS<br />Messaging as a Service<br />Fujitsu Global Cloud <br />Platform<br />Network <br />Infrastructure <br />Voice<br />UCC<br />Network Connectivity Services<br />10<br />
  31. 31. 11<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />Summary<br />Touched upon today:<br />Cloud refresher<br />CIO Headaches, disruptive trends<br />Adoption approach and cloudarchitectural patterns<br />The impact of cloud on some ofthe key IT areas<br />IT delivery capability is accelerating, Business demands are accelerating, technology time to market is accelerating<br />Business Innovation is imperative to delivering increased speed to market,competitive advantage and quicker service for the citizen within the newcloud timescales<br />
  32. 32. 12<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />To continue the conversation<br />Contact Fujitsu via one of the following:<br />http://www.fujitsu.com/uk/solutions/cloud/<br />askfujitsu@uk.fujitsu.com<br />+44 (0)870 242 7998<br />http://blogs.ts.fujitsu.com/uk-ie/cloud<br />@IanMitchell2<br />
  33. 33. 13<br />UNCLASSIFIED<br />

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