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Federal Cloud Computing:Briefing to Department of Transportation                                  Kevin L. Jackson        ...
The New IT Era IDC September 2008                      rev date 5/20/2012
Cloud Computing   Not a new technology but a new approach in the provisioning and    consumption of information technolog...
Relational Databases and theCloud          The economics of dataTruck                                                     ...
Traditional Analytics                             Traditionally, lexical•••••••••••                             searches, ...
Cloud Enables Searching All theData, All the Time•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••              Repo...
Cloud Computing: Value andCapabilities   Time      Reduce time to deliver/execute mission.      Increase responsiveness...
Federal Information TechnologyReform
Cloud Spending
GSA IaaS BPA Holders                Vendor            Cloud Storage   Virtual Machines   Web HostingApptis, Inc.          ...
Agency Challenge    Focus on mission, not technology    Departments/agencies will use multiple clouds    Normalized com...
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C&A vs FedRAMP   Standard Certification & Authorization       100% of required agency controls       60-90 days to comp...
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Continuous Monitoring Deliverables Vulnerability/Patch   Management Scanning  and Reporting Configuration Scanning and R...
Cloud Service Brokerage
Federal CSB Challenges    FISMA    FEDRAMP    Federal Identification/Authorization    Federal Acquisition Regulations ...
Summary Federal  government is rapidly adopting  cloud computing Not a new technology but a new business  model Can pro...
Thank You !Kevin L. JacksonVice PresidentGeneral MangerNJVC Cloud Services(703) 335-0830Kevin.jackson@NJVC.comhttp://www.N...
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Cloud computing for Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)

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Cloud computing overview presented to DoT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), May 15,2012

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Cloud computing for Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)

  1. 1. Federal Cloud Computing:Briefing to Department of Transportation Kevin L. Jackson Vice President & General Manager NJVC Cloud Services May 2012
  2. 2. The New IT Era IDC September 2008 rev date 5/20/2012
  3. 3. Cloud Computing Not a new technology but a new approach in the provisioning and consumption of information technology A services oriented architecture (SOA) implemented typically on a virtualized infrastructure (compute, storage, networks) using commodity components coupled with highly automated controls enable the five essential characteristics of cloud computing. Key Benefits Key Concerns  Significant cost reductions  Standards  Reduced time to capability  Portability  Increased flexibility  Control/Availability  Elastic scalability  Security  Increase service quality  IT Policy  Increased security  Management /  Ease of technology refresh Monitoring  Ease of collaboration  Ecosystem  Increased efficiency
  4. 4. Relational Databases and theCloud The economics of dataTruck German, BMW, Truck BMW Car storage led to the use German, BMW, Car of content addressable SUV storage, flat storage German, BMW, SUV Germany … architectures and internet scaling. Volkswagen … German Volkswagen, Truck Audi … Search … ToyotaCountry Japan Honda … Mazda Database Ford … design, database US Chrysler tuning no longer … GM … required with infinite scalability and consistent US, GM, SUV responsiveness 4 3t 1t
  5. 5. Traditional Analytics Traditionally, lexical••••••••••• searches, filtering or Boolean search attributes are used to reduce data to a “working set”.••••••••••• Analytical tools are then applied to this “working set”.••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Tools/Analysis Reports/Conclusion••••••••••• All Data Sources / Types 5
  6. 6. Cloud Enables Searching All theData, All the Time••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Reports/Conclusions••••••••••• 6
  7. 7. Cloud Computing: Value andCapabilities Time  Reduce time to deliver/execute mission.  Increase responsiveness/flexibility/availability. Cost  Optimize cost to deliver/execute mission.  Optimize cost of ownership (lifecycle cost).  Increase efficiencies in capital/operational expenditures. Quality  Achieve environmental improvements.  Realize experiential improvements.
  8. 8. Federal Information TechnologyReform
  9. 9. Cloud Spending
  10. 10. GSA IaaS BPA Holders Vendor Cloud Storage Virtual Machines Web HostingApptis, Inc. X XAT&T X XAutonomic Resources XCarahsoft XCGI Federal Inc. X XComputer Literacy World (NJVC) X X XComputer Technology Consultants X X XEyak Tech LLC X X XGeneral Dynamics Information XTechnologyInsight Public Sector XSavvis Federal Systems X XVerizon Federal Inc. X
  11. 11. Agency Challenge  Focus on mission, not technology  Departments/agencies will use multiple clouds  Normalized comparison of cloud service provider (CSP) offerings  Holistic view for managing and monitoring CSPs  Avoidance of vendor lock-in  Realization of both economic and operational value of cloud computing
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  17. 17. C&A vs FedRAMP Standard Certification & Authorization  100% of required agency controls  60-90 days to complete  $80k-$300K  Repeat with each new agency: 5 agency cost $400K- $1.5M FedRAMP (290 Controls)  80% of required agency controls  60 days to complete  $65-$240K  Agency specific controls for new implementations: 5 agency cost $65K-$365K Slide 17
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  22. 22. Continuous Monitoring Deliverables Vulnerability/Patch Management Scanning and Reporting Configuration Scanning and Reporting Incident Response Planning and Response POA&M Mitigation and Remediation Change Management and Control Penetration Testing A&A Documentation Maintenance Contingency Plan Testing
  23. 23. Cloud Service Brokerage
  24. 24. Federal CSB Challenges  FISMA  FEDRAMP  Federal Identification/Authorization  Federal Acquisition Regulations  New Acquisition Models
  25. 25. Summary Federal government is rapidly adopting cloud computing Not a new technology but a new business model Can provide enhanced mission capabilities at reduced cost FedRAMP in place soon to govern security Cloud Service Brokerage will augment traditional Federal System Integrators
  26. 26. Thank You !Kevin L. JacksonVice PresidentGeneral MangerNJVC Cloud Services(703) 335-0830Kevin.jackson@NJVC.comhttp://www.NJVC.comhttp://kevinljackson.blogspot.comhttp://govcloud.ulitzer.com

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