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Hitachi Cloud Vision

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Hitachi Cloud Vision

  1. 1. HITACHI CLOUDVISIONPRESENTER NAMEMAY 2013© Hitachi Data Systems Corporation 2013. All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. This is your story.What will you add?WE INSPIRE GREATNESS BY HELPING PEOPLE BRINGDATA TO LIFE AS MEANINGFUL INFORMATIONWE ALL WANT TO INSPIRE THE FUTURE
  3. 3. “We could confidently makeour next acquisition if we hadall the right information at ourfingertips.”“We could react faster and getthe right product to the rightplaces if the right resourceswere always ready.”“We could curb the nextpandemic if relevant insightsbubbled up from all theavailable information.”WITHBETTERINSIGHTIMAGINE WHAT WE COULD DO
  4. 4. TRANSFORMINGDATA INTO INSIGHTHOLDS THE POWER TOCHANGE EVERYTHINGALL DATA HAS VALUE
  5. 5. And in the beginning, that was good.But then…By 2014, there will be1 billionapplications.By 2020, there will be42x growth indata from 2009.Data and information must be managed forinsight and innovation in order to drivestrategic and competitive value.Explosion of data, information, applications, access pointsand transactions.ALL DATA NEEDS TO BE STORED, GOVERNED ANDMANAGED
  6. 6. REALIZE THE POTENTIAL OF YOUR DATA ANDINFORMATIONEnabling you to accelerate insight and innovation, HDS is driving solutions to support:To enable fluidcontentTo provide dynamicinfrastructuresBuilding on increasing intelligenceSINGLE VIRTUALIZATION PLATFORM FORINFRASTRUCTURE, CONTENT AND INFORMATIONINFRASTRUCTURECLOUD VIRTUALIZATION, MOBILITY INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT DATA CENTER CONVERGENCE INFRASTRUCTURE ON DEMANDCONTENTCLOUD SEARCH, DISCOVER ANDINTEGRATE INDEPENDENTOF APPLICATIONS ON DEMAND CONTENT ARCHIVING AS A SERVICEINFORMATIONCLOUD BUSINESSINTELLIGENCE BIG DATA TODAY ANALYTICS INTEGRATIONTo facilitate fast,sophisticated insight
  7. 7.  Heterogeneous virtualization beyond-the-box Real-time tiering and migration Trusted for mission-critical, high volume transactions Universal managementENABLED BY VIRTUALIZATIONINFRASTRUCTURE CLOUDINFRASTRUCTURE ANDPLATFORM AS A SERVICEELASTIC SCALABILITYFOR PRIVATE, HYBRIDAND HOSTEDRAPID ON-DEMANDRESOURCESINFORMATION CLOUDCONTENT CLOUDINFRASTRUCTURE CLOUD
  8. 8. ServicesINFRASTRUCTURE CLOUD This requires:‒ Quick scale and flexibility‒ Appropriate resources at anappropriate value‒ End of over-planning‒ Abilities no longer limited bytechnology PerformanceSpare capacity It should be:‒ Always ready and synchronizedwith your needs‒ Simple to useMAKES INFRASTRUCTURE DYNAMIC
  9. 9. INFRASTRUCTURE CLOUDHEALTH CARE USE CASENoticing a suspicious illness patternon rounds, the doctor immediatelyspins up an internal SharePoint forhospital collaboration and an externalmessage board requesting input.
  10. 10. CONTENT CLOUDCONTENT INDEPENDENTOF APPLICATIONAND MEDIACENTRALIZEDGOVERNANCEMASSIVE SCALABILITYWITH DYNAMIC TIERINGDISCOVERYAND SEARCHINFORMATION CLOUDCONTENT CLOUDINFRASTRUCTURE CLOUD
  11. 11. CONTENT CLOUD This requires:‒ Unencumbered data‒ Free from application types,versions, formats and time‒ Structured and unstructured‒ Respect for intent andpolicies‒ Access over timeENABLES FLUID CONTENT It should provide:‒ Intuitively accessibleinformation‒ Confidence to share andconsume securely
  12. 12. CONTENT CLOUDHEALTHCARE USE CASEThe doctor searches and sharesinformation among hospitals withappropriate rights. Aggregation isirrespective of applications. Eachpatient report has a meta tag for themystery illness with pertinent info andto maintain privacy.
  13. 13. INFORMATION CLOUDINFORMATIONCORRELATIONDEEP DATA ANALYTICSACROSS STRUCTUREDAND UNSTRUCTUREDSOURCESREAL-TIME SCALEINFORMATION CLOUDCONTENT CLOUDINFRASTRUCTURE CLOUD
  14. 14. INFORMATION CLOUD It should make use ofinformation “ripples”:‒ Basis of recombination‒ Interference points representnew information‒ Super-connected, cloudworld means further ripplingand more interaction This requires advanced andnew intelligence:‒ Evolved analytics‒ Extreme informationmanagementFACILITATES FAST, SOPHISTICATED INSIGHT
  15. 15. INFORMATION CLOUD This requires employingorganic concepts:‒ In nature, self-similarreplication is common‒ Information can organicallybeget more information‒ This is living data‒ Inherent analytics‒ Natural inclination to recombine,replicate and share It should provide naturalinteraction with and insightfrom diverse and disperseddata.FACILITATES FAST, SOPHISTICATED INSIGHT
  16. 16. INFORMATION CLOUDHEALTHCARE USE CASEAnalytics, with Google search trends,indicates a possible outbreak in a nearbycity. The doctor alerts city officials andpreventive action is taken. Then theinformation self-directs further search andanalysis. Alerted results point the doctor toconsider applying an old inoculationsolution in a new way. Applying this insight,he is able to quickly head off the outbreak.
  17. 17. THE WAY TO THE INFORMATION CLOUDSINGLE VIRTUALIZATION PLATFORM FORINFRASTRUCTURE, CONTENT AND INFORMATIONINFRASTRUCTURECLOUD VIRTUALIZATION, MOBILITY INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT DATA CENTER CONVERGENCE INFRASTRUCTURE ON DEMANDCONTENTCLOUD SEARCH, DISCOVER ANDINTEGRATE INDEPENDENTOF APPLICATIONS ON DEMAND CONTENT ARCHIVING AS A SERVICEINFORMATIONCLOUD BUSINESSINTELLIGENCE BIG DATA TODAY ANALYTICS INTEGRATIONDYNAMIC INFRASTRUCTUREFLUID CONTENTSOPHISTICATED INSIGHT
  18. 18. A UNIQUE POSITION Vision and passion‒ Commitment to innovation and quality‒ Expertise in data and information Integrated portfolio is aligned tobusiness needs‒ Industry-leading building blocks‒ Cloud solutions focused on business operations‒ Cloud at your own pace
  19. 19. INSPIRING THE FUTUREALL DATA HAS VALUETHIS DRIVES THE JOURNEY OF TRANSFORMATION
  20. 20. QUESTIONS ANDDISCUSSION

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