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Operational success through the Cloud

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This slidedeck was presented during the Europeand Honeywell User group in november 2015. It oulines the approach and factors in deploying cloud solutions in a metals and mining company. Traditionally this industry has a slow adoption of new technologies and cloud services

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Operational success through the Cloud

  1. 1. 2015 Honeywell Users Group Europe, Middle East and Africa Operational Success through the Cloud Maarten Daniels, Nyrstar
  2. 2. 3 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved • Nyrstar at a glance • What is cloud computing – context? • Business drivers • Implementation • Business opportunities Agenda
  3. 3. 4 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved4 A unique industrial footprint with scale and diversity across zinc metal value chain and market leading position in zinc and growing positions in other base, precious and minor metals •Note: References to production, Revenue, EBITDA and number of employees are for FY 2014. Reference to gross profit contribution per metal is for H1 2015 Nyrstar at a glance  Operating in 11 countries across 4 continents 9 mines (under strategic review) 6 smelters 1 fumer Global portfolio Production 1.1mt zinc metal Production 278 kt zinc in conc. Revenue €2.8bn EBITDA €280m Approximately 95% of Nyrstar revenues are generated in OECD countries ca.5,500 employees 4 Gross profit % contribution per metal Nyrstar benefits from a diversified global asset base. Nyrstar believes the geographic diversification of its asset base mitigates political and sovereign risk. Nearly 75% of its assets and production are from AAA/AA rated countries Zinc 75% CopperSulphuric Acid Lead Other metalsLeach product Silver Zinc Gold
  4. 4. 5 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved Cloud Computing = Paradigm Shift Cloud Computing Is A New (maturing) IT Delivery Model Essential Characteristics • On-demand, self-service • Broad network access • Resource pooling • Rapid elasticity • Measured service
  5. 5. 6 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved There are many shapes of a cloud Vendors Align Cloud To Their Product Portfolio Service Model Infrastructure as a Service Platform as a Service Software as a Service DeploymentModel Private cloud Server virtualization Datacenter sourcing Database on demand Platform sourcing Application sourcing Hybrid cloud Remote backup services Collaboration tools Office 365 Public cloud Amazon EC2 Azure Salesforce.com Office 365 Ariba Dropbox
  6. 6. 7 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved There are many responsibilities in the cloud Always Manage Integration
  7. 7. 8 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved Nyrstar originates from mergers and acquisitions Company Requires Another Business Systems Approach • Geographically dispersed • Local ownership of solutions • Local budgets • Total cost of ownership • Cost control • Decentralized information strategy • Lack of data integration • Unpredictable projects
  8. 8. 9 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved Driving for cost-effective IT through • Standardisation • Vendor rationalisation • Centralisation in global data centre • Predictable & reliable network Guiding principles for business systems Global Federated Local
  9. 9. 10 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved • Cost driver model ‒ Pay for what you use, scale up and down ‒ Subscription model: easy in and out • Enabling technology ‒ Virtualization ‒ Network broad-band ‒ Web services for integration • People ‒ The rat race for the experts ‒ Focus IT on added value in stead of commodity The cloud proposition is tempting
  10. 10. 11 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved • Architecture and Integration ‒ High availability ‒ Local resilience ‒ Thin client (IE/Citrix) ‒ Thick client ‒ Multi site standards We consider • Network and Performance ‒ 99.5% ‒ Quality of service ‒ Measure and size • Critical Services ‒ Business backup process ‒ Keep local resilience • Process & Service Management ‒ Maintenance & outage ‒ Role Based Access (security) ‒ Culture (local = better) ‒ Match support 8x5/24x7
  11. 11. 12 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved12 Global ERP LIMS Historian Mass Balance L4 – Business Planning L3 – Process Operations L2 – Process Operations / Local Resilience Azure Plant KPI’s CRM Local Resilience Local Resilience Local Resilience
  12. 12. 13 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved13 DATACENTER network Business Systems network Iaas Workcenter IaaS PHD Shadow DCS DCS DCS Collector IaaS -Private Cloud Industrial network WAN IaaS Mass Balance DCS DCS DCS Collector IaaS -Private Cloud Industrial network 1 PaaSDB (WC, LIMS, RMB) ERP Production Support 2
  13. 13. 14 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved • Big Data: ‒ Combine data sources (iiOT) ‒ Cross site ‒ Data mining by expert groups ‒ Company best practices • Remote ‒ Operations ‒ Incident management Cloud enables - Opportunities
  14. 14. 15 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved • License models ‒ acquisition versus license subscription ‒ “wow, we need 100 extra users for 2 months” • Appliances • Integration services ‒ Product companies to move in the integrator space • Big Data: ‒ Cross company data mining (industrial Google) ‒ Industry best practices Traditional vendors opportunities
  15. 15. 16 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved • Infrastructure as a Service ‒ Virtual servers ‒ Hosting contracts • Platform as a Service ‒ SQL hosting ‒ ERP services ‒ Laboratory systems (2012) ‒ European historian (2014) ‒ Global reconciled Mass balance (2015) Private Cloud The cloud works for us • Platform as Service ‒ Azure • Software as a Service ‒ CRM ‒ Adobe Creative Cloud ‒ Office 365 ‒ Training Public Cloud
  16. 16. 17 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved17 Global ERP LIMS Historian Mass Balance Azure Plant KPI’s CRM Lessons Learned: - Everyone agrees to cost reduction - Accepting service levels is more difficult - Manage resistance through change management
  17. 17. 18 © 2015 Honeywell International All Rights Reserved https://nl.linkedin.com/pub/maarten-daniels/1/354/400

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