Moving Ahead With the Cloud—Enterprise Options and Implications


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"Making Cloud Achievable" presentation at Ronald Reagan Building, Washington, DC, June 7,2011

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Moving Ahead With the Cloud—Enterprise Options and Implications

  1. 1. Moving Ahead with the Cloud— Enterprise Options and Implications Kevin L. Jackson Director Cloud Services NJVC, LLC
  2. 2. Federal Information Technology Reform
  3. 3. U.S. Federal Cloud Computing Market Forecast 2010-2015 Market Media Research
  4. 4. Cloud Spending
  5. 5. Cloud M&A Dell to acquire InSite One Dell began this transformation process a few years ago by acquiring a series of software-as-a- service (SaaS) companies, including Everdream, SilverBack, and MessageOne. It purchased Perot Systems over a year ago to give it enterprise outsourcing and systems integration skills, and acquired the SaaS-based integration tools vendor Boomi in 2010 -- again following the example set by IBM, which purchased cloud-based integration solution provider Cast Iron Systems last May. InSite One is a cloud-based medical archiving provider that helps healthcare organizations better manage sensitive patient diagnostic imaging data. Teradata to acquire Aprimo Teradata (NYSE: TDC)’s purchase of Aprimo, a cloud-based integrated marketing software provider, mirrors another acquisition made by IBM in 2010 of marketing software vendor Unica. Lawson Software to acquire Enwisen This acquisition is probably the easiest one to comprehend, because it is a perfect example of an established on-premises software vendor, Lawson Software Inc. , acquiring a proven SaaS provider to accelerate its leap across the cloud chasm to satisfy its customers’ changing requirements and expectations.
  6. 6. Opportunities 10 15 20 30 35 40 25 5 0 9/30/2009 11/30/2009 1/30/2010 3/30/2010 5/30/2010 7/30/2010 9/30/2010 11/30/2010 1/30/2011 3/30/2011 Date 5/30/2011 7/30/2011 Input May 2011 9/30/2011 11/30/2011 1/30/2012 Cloud Computing RFPs 3/30/2012 5/30/2012 7/30/2012 9/30/2012 Awards Solicitions~$1.7B
  7. 7. Entrance OptionsOffice by OfficeEnterprise Managed Transition
  8. 8. Transition paceFastModerateSlow
  9. 9. Hybrid EnterpriseEnterprise ITOutsourced ITCloud Services
  10. 10. Cloud DeploymentPublic Vendor Cloud Storage Virtual Machines Web Hosting Apptis, Inc. X XPrivate AT&T X X Autonomic XCommunity Resources Carahsoft X CGI Federal Inc. X X Computer Literacy X X X World (NJVC) Computer X X X Technology Consultants Eyak Tech LLC X X X General Dynamics X Information Technology Insight Public X Sector Savvis Federal X X Systems Verizon Federal Inc. X
  11. 11. IT PerformanceObscurityTransparency
  12. 12. Datacenter OperationsManualAutomated
  13. 13. Operational Funding ModelCAPEX – Buy, Build, Run, RefreshOPEX – Select, manage and monitor IT services
  14. 14. SecurityInfrastructure-centric securityData-centric security
  15. 15. Exit OptionsVendor BasedIndustry Standards Based
  16. 16. Your ChoiceEntrance Option Office by Office Enterprise Managed TransitionTransition Pace Fast Moderate SlowHybrid Enterprise Enterprise IT Outsourced IT Cloud ServicesCloud Deployment Public Private CommunityIT Performance Obscurity TransparencyDatacenter Operations Manual AutomatedOperational Funding Model CAPEX – Buy, Build, OPEX – Select, manage Run, Refresh and monitor ITSecurity Model Infrastructure-centric Data-centricExit Options Vendor Based Industry Standards Based
  17. 17. Thank You !Kevin L. JacksonDirector, Cloud ServicesNJVC, LLC(703) 335-0830Kevin.jackson@NJVC.comhttp://www.NJVC.comhttp://kevinljackson.blogspot.com