HP SOFTWAREMASTER CLASSCLOUD: DALLAVISION ALLAPRATICAMARIO DERBACOUNTRY MANAGER ITALIAHP SW SOLUTIONS1 Copyright 2010 Hewl...
HP Magic momentsLa “timeline” di HP  1939   Hewlett-Packard Company is founded  1964   Development of a transportable caes...
EVERYBODY ON    seamless, secure, context-aware experiences               for a connected world       Professional        ...
CLOUD: COME        PASSARE DALLA        TEORIA ALLA        PRATICA...4       © Copyright 2010 Hewlett-Packard Development ...
CLOUD: TIME FOR LEADERSHIP?Business                                    … ITwants it...                                 fea...
Strategic role of CIO changingCIO becomes the builder and broker of services        TRANSFORM legacy                      ...
Future of enterprise IT will be a hybrid environment    In-house      Outsourced        Cloud                     Traditio...
CLOUD: TIME TO ACT?Don’t we                                    Then…know what                                   why don’tn...
Innovation without the risk?Enterprises losing control & service providers missing revenue opportunities                  ...
Accepting the challenges of an hybrid ITcloud PERFORMANCE AND                                                             ...
Adaptive Automation                             is THE bridge to Hybrid Cloud                   Transitional Benefits of m...
Announcing Cloud Service Automation 2.0Intelligent automation for managing and securing cloud public, private,and hybrid s...
Italia – Cloud Computing: modelli di riferimento nei prossimi 3 anni (*) Cloud Computing in azienda: adozione attuale e pr...
Italia – Cloud Computing: principali ragioni per l’ adozione e non (*)     Principali tre ragioni all’adozione nei prossim...
Italia – Cloud Computing: principali vantaggi e ostacoli all’implementazione (*)     Principali vantaggi dall’implementazi...
HP Master Class - Cloud Agenda – Roma 26 maggio 201116.00   Welcome coffe16.30   Operating in a Time of Remarkable Change ...
Summary          Time of Remarkable Change…   A New Software Portfolio as the Strategic    Enabler for the Instant-On Ente...
La strategia HPI tre pilastri                                    Help Customers     Enable Cloud                   secure,...
PATHWAY TO HYBRID DELIVERY                                           Public                                           Priv...
Hybrid delivery increases BUSINESS VALUEReduces time for new projects and increases revenue opportunities                A...
HYBRID DELIVERY REDUCES OVERALL COSTSavings over 40%                                                                      ...
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Mario Derba Keynote at HP Software Master Class, Rome, May 26 2011

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HP Software Master Class Keynote by Mario Derba

  1. 1. HP SOFTWAREMASTER CLASSCLOUD: DALLAVISION ALLAPRATICAMARIO DERBACOUNTRY MANAGER ITALIAHP SW SOLUTIONS1 Copyright 2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. L.P.© © Copyright 2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company,ROMA, 26 MAGGIO 2011
  2. 2. HP Magic momentsLa “timeline” di HP 1939 Hewlett-Packard Company is founded 1964 Development of a transportable caesium-beam atomic clock 1966 HP Labs is founded – development of HP’s first computer 1968 Introduction of the world’s first desktop scientific calculator 1972 The world’s first scientific pocket calculator (HP 35) 1976 First NonStop System from Tandem 1984 First HP inkjet printer & laser printer (HP LaserJet) 1989 First Intel-based Compaq server 1991 First HP Palmtop PC 1992 First 64-bit alpha chip from Digital 1998 Breakthrough in nanotechnology 2001 Itanium processor technology 2002 Merger of HP and Compaq (with Digital and Tandem) 2005 HP unveils the world’s fastest home and office photo printers 2006 Tiny wireless memory chip – Memory Spot 2006 Software companies acquisitions (Mercury, etc…) 2008 Merger of HP and EDS 2009 Acquisition of 3COM 2010 Acquisitions of PALM, 3PAR, and SW companies ArcSigth, Fortify, Stratavia
  3. 3. EVERYBODY ON seamless, secure, context-aware experiences for a connected world Professional Consumer3
  4. 4. CLOUD: COME PASSARE DALLA TEORIA ALLA PRATICA...4 © Copyright 2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. 4 ©2009 HP Confidential
  5. 5. CLOUD: TIME FOR LEADERSHIP?Business … ITwants it... fears it5 / HP Restricted - FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY
  6. 6. Strategic role of CIO changingCIO becomes the builder and broker of services TRANSFORM legacy MANAGE AND infrastructure and SECURE across applications and legacy applications processes and cloud assets CONSUME BUILD on-premises off-premises cloud services services securely
  7. 7. Future of enterprise IT will be a hybrid environment In-house Outsourced Cloud Traditional Public Private
  8. 8. CLOUD: TIME TO ACT?Don’t we Then…know what why don’tneeds to be we justdone? do it?8 / HP Restricted - FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY
  9. 9. Innovation without the risk?Enterprises losing control & service providers missing revenue opportunities Business is adopting cloud 5x faster than IT: Business Gmail; Salesforce.com; Consumerization of IT Cloud can help close the gap… IT • Speed innovation • Accelerate business processes • Reduce time to revenue But there are barriers to cloud adoption …. 75% of CIOs say cloud data SECURITY is a major concern 60% concerned about VENDOR LOCK IN 60% worried about cloud PERFORMANCE AND AVAILABILITY 45% concerned about integrating INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL SERVICES SOURCE: Morgan Stanley CIO Survey: Moving to the Cloud, May 2010; IDC SaaS Adoption Survey, May 20099 © Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
  10. 10. Accepting the challenges of an hybrid ITcloud PERFORMANCE AND concerned about VENDOR LOCK INAVAILABILITY: & about INTEGRATING INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL SERVICES:80% of the overall costs, multiservice/multisourcing/multivendorscalability and time are in the last SW ARCHITECTURE adoptionmile: the provisioning andcustomization of the application6x quicker resolution time forhybrid services by endorsing a unifiedservice health management cloud data SECURITY is a major concern: 100% of the security vulnerabilities in cloud applications can be eliminated within the development phase 10 © Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
  11. 11. Adaptive Automation is THE bridge to Hybrid Cloud Transitional Benefits of moving to HYBRID private cloud CLOUD - Self service provisioning through V ADAPTIVELY service catalog a VIRTUALIZE AUTOMATED - Charge back - Increased - Manage a service l D flexibility portfolio u - Increased DEDICATED efficiency - Reduced manual and - Highly scalable up e - Expensive and - Reduced footprint error prone tasks and down slow - Improved utilization - Improved compliance - Large footprint - Increased complexity - Low utilization Service-centricity11 ©2009 HP Confidential
  12. 12. Announcing Cloud Service Automation 2.0Intelligent automation for managing and securing cloud public, private,and hybrid services from infrastructure to applications CLOUD SERVICE Single portal to manage private, AUTOMATION public and hybrid cloud services SELF-SERVICE USER Complete lifecycle services management Services Catalog - Infrastructure - Applications - Platform - Industry Intelligent, business policy based automated resource management Orchestrate SECURE BROKER Advanced application deployment management & optimization BRIDGE BRIDGE Extensible to public & private cloudPRIVATE CLOUD VIRTUALPRIVATE AND PUBLIC CLOUDS (e.g., Amazon EC2) INDUSTR CL Y OUDS
  13. 13. Italia – Cloud Computing: modelli di riferimento nei prossimi 3 anni (*) Cloud Computing in azienda: adozione attuale e prevista nei prossimi 12 mesi Nessuna Pubblic risposta, 7% Sospeso, Cloud, 5% 7% Community Cloud , 6% No, 32% Si, 61% Private Cloud, 31% Hybrid Cloud 51%(*) Fonte: Next Value® 2011 – Cloud Computing Report 201113 ©2010 HP Confidential
  14. 14. Italia – Cloud Computing: principali ragioni per l’ adozione e non (*) Principali tre ragioni all’adozione nei prossimi 12 mesi 70% Infrastruttura piu’ agile, scalabile, flessibile, anche per gestire I picchi di business 69% Riduzione dei costi ricorrenti e del Data center 59% Rendere disponibili nuove soluzioni per il Business Principali tre ragioni alla non adozione nei prossimi 12 mesi 35% Possibili rischi di compliance (privacy, conservazione dei dati) 35% Offerta giudicata ancora immatura 29% Mancanza di chiarezza su investimenti necessari e ritorni (*) Fonte: Next Value® 2011 – Cloud Computing Report 201114 ©2010 HP Confidential
  15. 15. Italia – Cloud Computing: principali vantaggi e ostacoli all’implementazione (*) Principali vantaggi dall’implementazione 74% Creare una infrastruttura ‘agile’ 74% Rispondere rapidamente alle richieste del Business 71% Riduzione dei costi IT relativi a hardware, software e personale 71% Offrire migliori garanzie sul livello di servizio dell’IT Principali ostacoli all’implementazione 67% Sicurezza e Privacy 64% Integrazione con le applicazioni interne 57% Manageriali: la mancanza di cultura aziendale e di capacita’ di negoziazione con fornitori Cloud 52% Prestazioni e affidabilita (*) Fonte: Next Value® 2011 – Cloud Computing Report 201115 ©2010 HP Confidential
  16. 16. HP Master Class - Cloud Agenda – Roma 26 maggio 201116.00 Welcome coffe16.30 Operating in a Time of Remarkable Change Rafael Brugnini, VP and General Manager HP Software EMEA16.50 Cloud: dalla Vision alla Pratica Mario Derba, HP Software Italy Country Manager17.10 Cloud : moda o un vero paradigm-shift? Massimo Messina, Unicredit Global Information Services , Head of Infrastructures Management and Architecture17.40 Hybrid IT: architetture abilitanti e modello operativo Lorenzo Gonzales, HP Senior Consultant18.00 Executive Scorecard and IT Performance Erez Yaay , Planning and Governance Product Line Manager18.20 La storia, l’arte e l’archittettura di Palazzo Doria Pamphilj Visita guidata19.30 Closing Cocktail1616
  17. 17. Summary Time of Remarkable Change… A New Software Portfolio as the Strategic Enabler for the Instant-On Enterprise… Powerful New Cloud Innovations ready TODAY!
  18. 18. La strategia HPI tre pilastri Help Customers Enable Cloud secure, source, Deliver Cloud Providers govern cloud Services from HP servicesServer, Storage, Network ad HP CLOUD SERVICEelevata scalabilità ed AUTOMATION HP SaaS (Businessautomazione HP Cloud Assure Availability Center, QualitySoftware per la gestione ed Center, Security Center, Soluzioni di Service LoadRunner in the Cloud...il governo dell’infrastruttura Portfolio Management through Amazon EC2)e dei servizi erogatiDisegno e ottimizzazione Fondamenti metodologici:delle infrastrutture di Data ITIL v3, itSMF, COBIT, ISO, Servizi di Print on DemandCenter e altri standard industriali (HP Cloud Print)Servizi per la realizzazione Disegno e ottimizzazionee la gestione del Data delle infrastrutture di Data Center HP AIaaS (AdaptiveCenter Infrastructure as a Service)Tecnologie per il Data Device per accesso aiCenter servizi18 30 July 2012
  19. 19. PATHWAY TO HYBRID DELIVERY Public Private HYBRID DELIVERY PRIVATE AND • Fully automated self- PUBLIC CLOUD service delivery TRADITIONAL IT • Orchestrated, managed & • Minimal automation • Partial automation • New disparate secured hybrid service • Traditional methods of delivery service delivery – internal, public and private cloud services • Brokered services based outsourcing, hosting on business requirements
  20. 20. Hybrid delivery increases BUSINESS VALUEReduces time for new projects and increases revenue opportunities Architecture Resource Resource Vendor Design & Selection Deployment Processing Engineering & Turn-Up Allocation TRADITIONAL Platform- Res Reduction in time and risk Based Processing PRIVATE AND Dev AllocPUBLIC CLOUD Processing Platform- Improved market Alloc Based HYBRID Dev responsiveness and agility DELIVERY
  21. 21. HYBRID DELIVERY REDUCES OVERALL COSTSavings over 40% Standardization & automation simplify 100 management -30% 70 59 -11% Hybrid Delivery optimizes service delivery based on cost Traditional IT Private and Hybrid Delivery Public Cloud Cloud journey Cloud-related networking Support resources On-site HW & SW Off-site servers Power & coolingNote: IT costs indexed to 100 in “Traditional IT.” Percent changes are measured relative to “Traditional IT.”Sources: HP internal estimates
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