Roadmap to hyper hybrid cloud


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This lecture was given by Professor June Sung Park at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology in the 2012 Cloud Conference held in August 2012 by Electronic Times in Korea.

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Roadmap to hyper hybrid cloud

  1. 1. Prof. June Sung Park KAIST
  2. 2. Agenda Consumer Cloud Adoption Process Standardization Consumer Options for Cloud Migration Supplier Competency-Based, Agile / Lean Process for Cloud Business Development Supplier Diversification of Architecture and Delivery Model Supplier Cloud Computing: Disruptive or Sustaining? 3
  3. 3. IaaS: Disruptive Business Model / Fusion of State-of-Art TechnologiesInfrastructure Outsourcing Service  Externalization  SLA Infrastructure as a Service  Web Services  Automated ITSM over Virtualization  1 to Global, “Swipe and Start”, Infrastructure Utility Service “Pay as You Go” Service  Sharing Virtualized Infrastructure  Built-In Monetization Functions  Fully-Implemented ITIL  1 to 1 Contract 4
  4. 4. SaaS: Disruptive Business Model / Disruptive TechnologyPackaged Software  Single Code Base (Grey-Box)  Single Tenant  Upgrade and Distribution ASP  Packaged App Hosted by a 3rd Party  Usage Fee Software as a Service  Single Code Base in Multitenant Architecture  Frequent Upgrade Vendor-Managed Software  Automated ITSM over Virtualization  Packaged App Hosted by Vendor  Usage Fee  License Fee +  Built-In Monetization Functions Maintenance/Hosting Fee  1 to Global 5
  5. 5. Architectures and Delivery Models – IaaS 6
  6. 6. Architectures and Delivery Models - SaaS 7
  7. 7. How to Avoid Cloud Com Crash?  Extend your Current Capability and Asset Cloud Service Consumers C C C A A A P Accenture Cloud Service Brokerage Appirio Cloud Service Managed Cloud Cloud Consulting Implementation Service Cloud Service Cloud Service Cloud Service Aggregation Marketplace Intermediation Cloud Service/Product Providers Google A A A A Salesforce P P P P PIBM SAPAT&T I I I I I I I IU IaaS PaaS SaaS VMS Oracle MicrosoftAmazon Cloud Service Management Platform CloudFoundryRackspace BSS OSSIBM BMC eVapt CloudSwitch 8
  8. 8. How to Avoid Cloud Com Crash? Understand the whole Value Chain Build the Positive Feedback effect in collaboration with upstream Platform vendors and downstream Complementors Cloud Service Value Chain Cloud Service Cloud Service Cloud Service Cloud ServiceProvider Strategy Infrastructure & Marketing and Assurance & Offering Sales Billing Cloud Cloud Cloud CloudConsumer Requirement Architecture Acquisition and Operation Implementation 9
  9. 9. How to Avoid Cloud Com Crash?  Build New Skills Virtualization Service Packaging/ Monitoring App Platform Pricing/SLA Metering Agile Process / XP Web Marketing Billing & Payment SOA / WOA Self-Service Portal ITIL Multitenant Architecture Real-Time Provisioning Security WAN optimization Cloud Service Cloud Service Cloud Service Cloud Service Infrastructure & Strategy Marketing and Sales Assurance & Billing Offering Cloud Cloud Cloud Cloud Acquisition and Requirement Architecture Operation ImplementationBusiness/IT Strategy EA Cloud Acquisition Policy ITILPlanning SOA/WOA Fit/Gap Analysis PerformanceBPM MDM Cost/Benefit Analysis Monitoring App Composition Eng. 10
  10. 10. How to Avoid Cloud Com Crash? Adopt Iterative Customer Development Process Customer Discovery Customer Validation  Founded in April 2004. Customer Creation  Now has the world’s largest virtual goods catalog of 100M+ items created by 50M+ members.  Followed customer development process Company Building  Leveraged cloud services; no press release at launch; charged from Day 1.  Using agile process and XP, shipped in 6 months and ships 20 times a day. 11
  11. 11. Cloud Migration Options – Hyper-Hybrid Approach  An optimal approach is to decide what apps or user groups are appropriate for a private cloud, and what for a public cloud, considering security, compliance, accountability, availability, etc.  Both internal and external cloud services should support the basic properties of cloud, i.e., virtualization, multitenancy, service catalog, service portal, automated provisioning, elasticity, metering and billing, etc.  Cloud-in-a-box, providing prepackaged Integrated cloud stacks, available from several vendors. 12
  12. 12. How to Migrate Apps to Cloud?Replace Apps by SaaSStandardize silos, ReplaceAdapt to betterfunctionality Apps Moved to PaaSApps Moved to IaaS Refactor Adapt codeKeep code, RehostRe-platform from Unixto Linux,Choose an optimalIaaS architecture Apps Rebuilt onApps Redesigned Rebuild PaaSfor PaaS Revise Abandon code,EA / SOA Keep functionality,transformation Standardize silosfollowed by Rehostor Refactor 13
  13. 13. Cloud Adoption Process Describe As-Is Select Develop Create Req’t Spec Enterprise Architectural Business and Test Plan and Architecture Components Case Move to Cloud Define business Scan and catalog Define project Develop use cases,process, data and se cloud services; scope; Estimate test cases and NFQ rvice models Match candidate cost/benefit of requirements; components with cloud adoption Construct a pilot candidate clouds; system; Roll out Do fit/gap analysis 14
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