Presented by:                                             Satriyo Dharmanto                                               ...
What Happen In The World                                                 IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia...
Fourth Wave of Computing                            IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
ICT Indicators                                             IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
ICT Indicators              Share of Internet users in the total population             The world is home to 7 billion peo...
ICT Indicators       Internet users by age and by development level, 2011*                                             You...
ICT Indicators          Almost          6 billion mobile-cellular subscriptions*                                          ...
ICT Indicators                Home ICT access, 2011*            Of 1.8 billion households worldwide, one third have Intern...
ICT Indicators               Growth in bandwidth         International Internet bandwidth, a key factor for providing high...
ICT Indicators             Europe leads the broadband race            Europe leads in broadband connectivity, with fixed- ...
ITU Activities in Cloud Computing                                    IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
ITU Activities in Cloud Computing                            ITU Definition on Cloud Computing (2012)                     ...
ITU Activities in Cloud Computing                            ITU Definition on Cloud Services (2012)                      ...
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ITU Activities in Cloud Computing                                                          IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© ...
ITU Activities in Cloud Computing   Infrastructure-as-a-Service:                       Software-as-a-Service:             ...
ITU Activities in Cloud Computing                                                          IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© ...
ITU Activities in Cloud Computing                                                    API: Application Programming Interfac...
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IEEE Activities in Cloud Computing                                   IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
IEEE Activities in Cloud Computing     • IEEE Cloud Computing Initiative (http://cloudcomputing.ieee.org/):            – t...
IEEE Activities in Cloud Computing               Guide for Cloud Portability and Interoperability Profiles     •     IEEE ...
IEEE Activities in Cloud Computing               Standard for Intercloud Interoperability and Federation     •     IEEE P2...
IEEE Activities in Cloud Computing                            Cloud Profile and Intercloud Implementation     The Cloud Pr...
IEEE Activities in Cloud Computing                            Cloud Profile and Intercloud Implementation        The inter...
Indonesia ICT Development                                                 IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesi...
Indonesia WSIS Plan    Plan of Action to be achieved by 2015 (The World Summit on the Information Society/WSIS):          ...
E-Business Regulation       E-Business Regulation Establishment (2009-2010)       Basic Instrument and implementation,    ...
E-Business Regulation        Common Platform e-Business (2012-2014)         Synchronize e-Payment and e-Trading Implementa...
ICT Task Force    National ICT Task Force                  To develop and deliver national policy directive in ICT develop...
to Asia Pacific           to India                                                                                        ...
Why Cloud Computing                                       IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
Cloud computing       Cloud computing is the delivery of computing as a service rather than a       product, whereby share...
Cloud computing Characteristics           Application Hosting        Use reliable, on-demand infrastructure to power your ...
Cloud Computing Characteristics             Agility, improves with users ability to re-provision technological infrastruct...
Cloud Development Models     • Private cloud: The cloud infrastructure is operated solely for an       organization. It ma...
Technical Benefits           Automation – “Scriptable infrastructure”: You can create repeatable build           and deplo...
Business Benefits               Almost zero upfront infrastructure investment                with utility-style cloud comp...
Standards & Certification                  PCI DSS                  PCI Data Security Standard as a shared host service pr...
Cloud Computing Players                                        IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
Cloud Computing Global Players           Microsoft released its Office 365 that put the cloud computing market in         ...
Cloud Computing Global Players             Apple’s iCloud is the other key driving force in the market.             Last m...
Broad Overview of Alatum’s Cloud Service Offerings                                                            IEEE – Tekni...
Cloud Computing Global Players                                                             Source:                        ...
Cloud Computing Global Players                                                             IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© ...
Cloud Computing Global Players      • CHT hiCloud strength          – No.1 IDC in Taiwan          – Public IP address     ...
Cloud Computing Global Players                IBM’s Smart Cloud Enterprise is an enterprise grade               infrastruc...
Cloud Computing Global Players                                                             Source:                        ...
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Cloud Computing Global Players                                                             Source:                        ...
ICT Indicators    Cloud Spending to Creating 14m Jobs                                             Gartner’s latest quarter...
So, Are We Ready,                            In today’s era of Tera ?                                                     ...
Thank you                            satriyo.dharmanto@conax.com                            satriyo.dharmanto@gmail.com   ...
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  1. 1. Presented by: Satriyo Dharmanto at: Cloud Computing and Regulation Aspects Teknik Informatika – ITB Bandung, 03 August 2012 IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  2. 2. What Happen In The World IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  3. 3. Fourth Wave of Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  4. 4. ICT Indicators IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  5. 5. ICT Indicators Share of Internet users in the total population The world is home to 7 billion people, One third of which are using the Internet. 45% of the world’s Internet users are below the age of 25. Over the last five years, developing countries have increased their share of the world’s total number of Internet users from 44% in 2006, to 62% in 2011. Today, Internet users in China represent almost 25% of the world’s total Internet users and 37% of the developing countries’ Internet users. IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  6. 6. ICT Indicators Internet users by age and by development level, 2011* Younger people tend to be more online than older people, in both developed and developing countries. In developing countries, 30% of those under the age of 25 use the Internet, compared to 23% of those 25 years and older. At the same time, 70% of the under 25-yearolds a total of 1.9 billion — are not online yet: a huge potential if developing countries can connect schools and increase school enrolment rates. IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  7. 7. ICT Indicators Almost 6 billion mobile-cellular subscriptions* With 5.9 billion mobile-cellular subscriptions, global penetration reaches 87%, and 79% in the developing world. Mobile-broadband subscriptions have grown 45% annually over the last four years and today there are twice as many mobile- broadband as fixed broadband subscriptions. IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  8. 8. ICT Indicators Home ICT access, 2011* Of 1.8 billion households worldwide, one third have Internet access, compared to only one fifth five years agoIn developing countries, 25% of homes have a computer and 20% have Internet access, compared to 20% and 13%, respectively, 3 years ago. IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  9. 9. ICT Indicators Growth in bandwidth International Internet bandwidth, a key factor for providing high-speed Internet access to a growing number of Internet users has grown exponentially over the last five years, from 11’000 Gbit/s in 2006, to close to 80’000 Gbit/s in 2011. Disparities between regions in terms of available Internet bandwidth per Internet user remain, with on average almost 90’000 bit/s of bandwidth per user in Europe, compared with 2’000 bit/s per user in Africa. IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  10. 10. ICT Indicators Europe leads the broadband race Europe leads in broadband connectivity, with fixed- and mobile-broadband penetration reaching 26% and 54%, respectively. A number of developing countries have been able to leverage mobile-broadband technologies to overcome infrastructure barriers and provide high-speed Internet services to previously unconnected areas. In Africa, mobile-broadband penetration has reached 4%, compared with less than 1% for fixed-broadband penetration. IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  11. 11. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  12. 12. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing ITU Definition on Cloud Computing (2012) A model for enabling service users to have ubiquitous, convenient and on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services), that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service-provider interaction. Cloud computing enables cloud services. IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  13. 13. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing ITU Definition on Cloud Services (2012) A service that is delivered and consumed on demand at any time, through any access network, using any connected devices using cloud computing technologies. IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  14. 14. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  15. 15. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  16. 16. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing Infrastructure-as-a-Service: Software-as-a-Service: • Customer Relationship Management • Amazon Web Services – salesforce.com – Provide on-demand Cloud computing – myERP.com services using variable cost model – Oracle OnDemand • Amazon Virtual Private Cloud – RightNow – Provide fully private Cloud services model • Business Intelligence using the Amazon cloud infrastructure – SAS Suite of On-Demand Applications • Mozy.com – Vitria M3O – Provides backup services over the Internet • Human Resources Platform-as-a-Service: – Oracle Peoplesoft • Google Applications Engine – NetSuite ePayroll – Allows Web applications to be deployed on – Workday Google’s architecture • Productivity and Collaboration • Microsoft Windows Azure – Gmail, Google Apps – Cloud computing architecture that is – Zoho.com offered to host .NET applications Communication-as-a-Service: – voice over IP (VoIP or Internet telephony), instant messaging (IM), collaboration and videoconference applications using fixed and mobile devices IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  17. 17. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  18. 18. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing API: Application Programming Interface IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  19. 19. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  20. 20. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  21. 21. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  22. 22. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  23. 23. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  24. 24. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  25. 25. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  26. 26. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  27. 27. ITU Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  28. 28. IEEE Activities in Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  29. 29. IEEE Activities in Cloud Computing • IEEE Cloud Computing Initiative (http://cloudcomputing.ieee.org/): – to stimulate the innovation and dissemination of Cloud Computing technologies and applications. • Standards: IEEE Cloud Computing Initiative has originated two working drafts: – IEEE P2301™, Draft Guide for Cloud Portability and Interoperability Profiles. – IEEE P2302™, Draft Standard for Intercloud Interoperability and Federation. Activities (2012) • IEEE CLOUD 2012 (5th International • APCloudCC (IEEE Asia Pacific Cloud Conference on Cloud Computing) 24-29 June Computing Congress 2012) 14-17 2012, Hawaii, USA November 2012, Shenzhen, CHINA http://www.thecloudcomputing.org/2012/in http://www.apcloudcc.org/ dex.html • IEEE Cloud Computing for Emerging Markets • IEEE CloudCom 2012 (4th IEEE Conference, 11-12 October 2012, Bangalore, International Conference on Cloud INDIA Computing Technology and Science) 3-6 http://ewh.ieee.org/ieee/ccem/index.html December 2012, Taipei, TAIWAN http://2012.cloudcom.org IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  30. 30. IEEE Activities in Cloud Computing Guide for Cloud Portability and Interoperability Profiles • IEEE P2301 - Guide for Cloud Portability and Interoperability Profiles (CPIP). • Working Group: CPWG/2301_WG - Cloud Profiles WG (CPWG) Working Group • Sponsor: C/CCSC - Cloud Computing Standards Committee • Society: C - IEEE Computer Society IEEE P2301 Working Group (Cloud Profiles) Scope Purpose • The working group will develop the Guide for • The purpose of the guide is to assist cloud Cloud Portability and Interoperability Profiles computing vendors and users in developing, (CPIP). building, and using standards-based cloud • The guide advises cloud computing ecosystem computing products and services, which should participants (cloud vendors, service providers, and users) of standards-based choices in areas lead to increased portability, commonality, and such as application interfaces, portability interoperability. interfaces, management interfaces, • Cloud Computing systems contain many interoperability interfaces, file formats, and operation conventions. disparate elements. • The guide groups these choices into multiple • For each element there are often multiple logical profiles, which are organized to address options, each with different externally visible different cloud personalities. interfaces, file formats, and operational conventions. IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  31. 31. IEEE Activities in Cloud Computing Standard for Intercloud Interoperability and Federation • IEEE P2302 - Standard for Intercloud Interoperability and Federation (SIIF) • Working Group: ICWG/2302_WG - Intercloud WG (ICWG) Working Group • Sponsor: C/CCSC - Cloud Computing Standards Committee • Society: C - IEEE Computer Society IEEE P2302 Working Group (Intercloud) Scope Purpose • The working group will develop the • This standard creates an economy Standard for Intercloud Interoperability amongst cloud providers that is and Federation (SIIF). transparent to users and applications, • This standard defines topology, functions, which provides for a dynamic and governance for cloud-to-cloud interoperability and federation. infrastructure that can support evolving business models. • Topological elements include clouds, roots, exchanges (which mediate • In addition to the technical issues, governance between clouds), and appropriate infrastructure for economic gateways (which mediate data exchange audit and settlement must exist. between clouds). IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  32. 32. IEEE Activities in Cloud Computing Cloud Profile and Intercloud Implementation The Cloud Profile is being designed to provide An intuitive road map for application portability, Management, and interoperability interfaces, File formats and operating conventions. When completed—probably in 2014—the standard will help Vendors, Service providers, Consumers involved with every aspect of procuring, developing, building, and using cloud computing. IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  33. 33. IEEE Activities in Cloud Computing Cloud Profile and Intercloud Implementation The intercloud is defining: The topology, protocols, functionality, and governance required for cloud-to-cloud interoperability. • In its title, “intercloud” refers to an interconnected mesh of clouds that depend on open standards for their operation. • “Federation” allows users to move their data across internal and external clouds and access services running on other clouds according to the business and application requirements. • The standard is expected to roll out 2013. IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  34. 34. Indonesia ICT Development IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  35. 35. Indonesia WSIS Plan Plan of Action to be achieved by 2015 (The World Summit on the Information Society/WSIS): The village with ICT and establish community access points; Universalities, colleges, secondary schools with ICTs; Scientific and research centers with ICTs; To connect Public libraries, cultural centers, museums, post offices and archives with ICTs; Health centers and hospitals with ICTs; Local and central government department and establish websites and email addresses; To adapt primary and secondary schools curricula to meet the challenges of the Information Society taking into account national circumstances; To ensure that all world’s population have access to television and radio services; To encourage the development of content and to put in place technical conditions in order to facilitate the presence and use of all word languages on the internet; To ensure that more than half world’s inhabitants have access to ICTs within their reach. http://blogs.depkominfo.go.id/asem-indonesia/about-indonesia/ict-in-indonesia/ IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  36. 36. E-Business Regulation E-Business Regulation Establishment (2009-2010) Basic Instrument and implementation, Data Exchange, E- Payment, E-Commerce M-Commerce Basic Instrument of E-Business Establishment : Electronic Signature Certification Authority Supervisory Body for CA Data Exchange Interchange Card Payment (APMK) E-Money : http://blogs.depkominfo.go.id/asem-indonesia/about-indonesia/ict-in-indonesia/© Bandung -Indonesia 2012 36 IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB
  37. 37. E-Business Regulation Common Platform e-Business (2012-2014) Synchronize e-Payment and e-Trading Implementation : Unification of e-Commerce and e-Payment for domestic and Cross-border. Availability of Regulation and guaranteed e-Commerce Implementation. Increased trade through E-Commerce Trading house for Trading sector, Industry and SME Convergence in E-Business Implementation : National Single Window for e-Trading and e-Commerce Harmonization of domestic and cross-border e-Commerce Follow the evolution of mobile technology with M-Commerce National backbone Network plan http://blogs.depkominfo.go.id/asem-indonesia/about-indonesia/ict-in-indonesia/© Bandung -Indonesia 2012 37 IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB
  38. 38. ICT Task Force National ICT Task Force To develop and deliver national policy directive in ICT development to be followed by government institution; To supervise and review closely ICT development progress in order to make sure that it is always within the right track of the ICT roadmap; To approve multi institution /across-department large ICT projects including planning, budgeting, standardization, and evaluation aspects; To review basic pre-requisites of ICT development such as infrastructure, human resources to ensure their availability and sufficiency; To facilitate and develop incentive scheme to induce rapid ICT development http://blogs.depkominfo.go.id/asem-indonesia/about-indonesia/ict-in-indonesia/© Bandung -Indonesia 2012 38 IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB
  39. 39. to Asia Pacific to India Palapa Ring Project Sabangto Thailand Banda Aceh Kalimantan Sulawesi о Meulaboh Medan Tarakan = New Network Tapaktuanо Tobelo о о Singkawang о = Existing Network Toli-toli Sibolga о ManadTernate o = Landing Point Gorontal o Batam о оо o o Manokwar Padang о о о Samarinda i Natal Pontianak о Palu Parigi Biak о о Balikpapan о Sarmi о о Sorong o Bengkulu Palembang Palopo Jayapur о о o о о o Fakfak o a Belitung o Kendari о Sampit o Banjarmasin о Timik Jakarta Makassar о Kolaka Ambon a Cirebon Kalianda о Semarang Bulukumba oo o о Surabaya o о о о Rab End Maumer oo a e o o o оо о e о о о Saumlaki Merauke о о Kalabahi Sumatera Ketapang Mataram o о Atambua Waingapu Kupang Jawa Sumbawa Maluku - Papua Nusa Tenggara to Perth, Australia 1. Sumatra 7402.5 km Source : Sardjoeni Moedjiono, 2009 2. Jawa 3542 km 3. Kalimantan 5345.5 km 4. Sulawesi 5813 km Total backbone network 35.280 km 5. Maluku 2988 km Cost US$ 1.524.515.000 6. Nusatenggara 3480 km 7. Papua 4958 km 39 IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012 8. Connecting Line 2063 km
  40. 40. Why Cloud Computing IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  41. 41. Cloud computing Cloud computing is the delivery of computing as a service rather than a product, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices as a utility over a network (typically the Internet). Source: HP, Wikipedia IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  42. 42. Cloud computing Characteristics Application Hosting Use reliable, on-demand infrastructure to power your applications, from hosted internal applications to SaaS offerings. Backup and Storage Store data and build dependable backup solutions using inexpensive data storage services. Content Delivery Quickly and easily distribute content to end users worldwide, with low costs and high data transfer speeds. Web Hosting Satisfy dynamic web hosting needs with scalable infrastructure platform. Enterprise IT Host internal- or external-facing IT applications in secure environment. Databases Take advantage of a variety of scalable database solutions, from hosted enterprise database software or non-relational database solutions. Source: AWS IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  43. 43. Cloud Computing Characteristics Agility, improves with users ability to re-provision technological infrastructure resources. Application programming interface (API) accessibility to software that enables machines to interact with cloud software in the same way the user interface facilitates interaction between humans and computers. Cost is to be reduced Device and location independence enable users to access systems using a web browser regardless of their location or what device they are using (e.g., PC, mobile phone). Virtualization technology allows servers and storage devices to be shared and utilization be increased. Applications can be easily migrated from one physical server to another. Reliability is improved if multiple redundant sites are used, which makes well- designed cloud computing suitable for business continuity and disaster recovery. Scalability and Elasticity via dynamic ("on-demand") provisioning of resources on a fine-grained, self-service basis near real-time, without users having to engineer for peak loads. Security, increased security-focused resources Performance is monitored, and consistent and loosely coupled architectures are constructed using web services as the system interface. Maintenance of cloud computing applications is easier, because they do not need to be installed on each users computer and can be accessed from different places. Source: Wikipedia IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  44. 44. Cloud Development Models • Private cloud: The cloud infrastructure is operated solely for an organization. It may be managed by the organization or a third party and may exist on premise or off premise. • Community cloud : The cloud infrastructure is shared by several organizations and supports a specific community that has shared concerns (e.g., mission, security requirements, policy, and compliance considerations). It may be managed by the organizations or a third party and may exist on premise or off premise. • Public cloud : The cloud infrastructure is made available to the general public or a large industry group and is owned by an organization selling cloud services. • Hybrid cloud: The cloud infrastructure is a composition of two or more clouds using different deployment models (private, community, public) that remain unique entities but are bound together by standardized or proprietary technology that enables data and application portability (e.g., cloud bursting for load-balancing between clouds). Source: AWS IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  45. 45. Technical Benefits Automation – “Scriptable infrastructure”: You can create repeatable build and deployment systems by leveraging programmable (API-driven) infrastructure. Auto-scaling: You can scale your applications up and down to match your unexpected demand without any human intervention. Proactive Scaling: Scale your application up and down to meet your anticipated demand with proper planning understanding of your traffic patterns so that you keep your costs low while scaling. More Efficient Development lifecycle: Production systems may be easily cloned for use as development and test environments. Staging environments may be easily promoted to production. Improved Testability: Never run out of hardware for testing. Inject and automate testing at every stage during the development process. Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity: Take advantage of geo- distribution and replicate the environment in other location within minutes. “Overflow” the traffic to the cloud: With a few clicks and effective load balancing tactics, you can create a complete overflow-proof application by routing excess traffic to the cloud. Source: AWS IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  46. 46. Business Benefits Almost zero upfront infrastructure investment with utility-style cloud computing, there is no fixed cost or startup cost Just-in-time Infrastructure do not have to worry about pre-procuring capacity for large-scale systems. This increases agility, lowers risk and lowers operational cost because you scale only as you grow and only pay for what you use More efficient resource utilization can manage resources more effectively and efficiently by having the applications request and relinquish resources on-demand. Usage-based costing can pass on the same flexible, variable usage-based cost structure to your own customers Reduced time to market Source: AWS IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  47. 47. Standards & Certification PCI DSS PCI Data Security Standard as a shared host service provider. ISO 27001. Certification of the Information Security Management System (ISMS) covering infrastructure, data centers, and services. FISMA. Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA). AWS has been awarded an approval to operate at the FISMA-Low level. It has also completed the control implementation and successfully passed the independent security testing and evaluation required to operate at the FISMA-Moderate level. Source: AWS IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  48. 48. Cloud Computing Players IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  49. 49. Cloud Computing Global Players Microsoft released its Office 365 that put the cloud computing market in the mainstream sector. Office 365 is aimed for SMEs and small firms with a plan to optimize its services for firms with a small employee base – ones with less than 25 users. The product includes: Office Web Apps Exchange Online SharePoint Online Lync Online for a reasonable cost – about $6 per user a month – that may increase the cloud’s popularity to users with fewer funds. According to Bedford Report, this method will take the cloud mainstream. Source: Bedfordreport.com IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  50. 50. Cloud Computing Global Players Apple’s iCloud is the other key driving force in the market. Last month Apple also released its cloud service, a complete suite “that automatically allows Apple product users to store and retrieve applications in the cloud.” This service is primarily aimed for its music store business where users can transfer their playlists to the cloud; if they didn’t download it from iTunes, then they would be charged approximately $24.99 a year to use the service. iCloud and the cloud technology will replace the use of personal computers and become the center of the users’ digital lives. Since every person has a number of devices such as computers, laptops, tablets, phones, etc it would be difficult to rely on the personal computer – the iCloud would be needed to sync everything. Source: AWS IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  51. 51. Broad Overview of Alatum’s Cloud Service Offerings IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  52. 52. Cloud Computing Global Players Source: IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  53. 53. Cloud Computing Global Players IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  54. 54. Cloud Computing Global Players • CHT hiCloud strength – No.1 IDC in Taiwan – Public IP address – Public cloud service – The most stable Internet environment – Extensive submarine cables – Private cloud can be constructed by case – hiCloud situated in Equinix Singapore: 20 Ayer Rajah Crescent IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  55. 55. Cloud Computing Global Players IBM’s Smart Cloud Enterprise is an enterprise grade infrastructure that allows our clients to deploy secure workloads anywhere in the world Raleigh Boulder Japan Internet Canada Private Local VPN tunnel (option) VLAN Servers Singapore Germany Source: IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  56. 56. Cloud Computing Global Players Source: IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  57. 57. Cloud Computing Global Players Source: IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  58. 58. Cloud Computing Global Players Source: IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  59. 59. ICT Indicators Cloud Spending to Creating 14m Jobs Gartner’s latest quarterly IT spending report: cloud computing would create 14 million worldwide jobs The worldwide market for public cloud services hit $91 billion in 2011. Expected to increase by 19% to $109 billion in 2012. Ed Anderson, Gartner cloud forecaster further predicts cloud computing to grow by over 100% to be a $207 billion industry by 2016. In comparison the overall global IT market is forecast to grow at just 3% IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  60. 60. So, Are We Ready, In today’s era of Tera ? IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012
  61. 61. Thank you satriyo.dharmanto@conax.com satriyo.dharmanto@gmail.com IEEE – Teknik Informatika ITB© Bandung -Indonesia 2012

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