Introducing Cloud Computing & Cloudsourcing

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Introducing Cloud Computing & Cloudsourcing

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  5. 5. Cloud Infrastructure Providers Cloud Application ProvidersCost Model (per month) • Number of Instances • $ / User • Number of elastic IPs • Data Transfer In • Data Transfer Out • Total GB stored • Number of Requests + 50 other metricsTargets Application / Solution Providers End-users / BusinessesKey-Scenario • Software provider builds a • Business wants to SaaS application to sale it externalize IT (e.g. Email, further to end-users CRM, ERP, Productivity • Building custom software Software) / solutions
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  7. 7. The Electric Utility Disruption The Cloud Computing Disruption100% 80% Same shift in computing: a focus on how to 60% use IT, not create it. 70+% of $1T of IT spend 40% will be affected 20% 0% 2M paid subscribers. 70K+ companies 10M+ apps users.• Companies shifted to 90% utility 3,000 new businesses power in < 50 years sign up per day• Electricity remained important to companies– focus was on how to use, not how to make 490,000 active developers 52B objects on S3 Source: Nick Carr, ‘The Big Switch’ and Appirio.com
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  9. 9. Outsourcing Turn-key Cloud AggregationKey-Scenario „We are an ISV and „We are a private “We are a private we want to move our business and want an business that already software solution application for which uses multiple Cloud into the Cloud in we will pay a solutions and we order to sell it as monthly fee to avoid want customization” SaaS” the IT headake and upfront costs”Areas of Expertize Transformation Transformation, Custom Custom Development DevelopmentClients ISVs Private Businesses, Private Businesses, Governments GovernmentsSimilar To N/A? Google Apps, Appirio Salesforce.com
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  11. 11. Outsourcing Turn-key Cloud AggregationClient Initial Transformation Transformation CustomInvestment Price + SaaS Price Development Margin /Consultance CostsClient Monthly AWS costs + Subscription / user SaaS/PaaSProduction Costs Yonder (based on a providers costs Maintenance thorough analysis) + Extra CostsYonder Monthly None AWS Costs NoneProduction Costs (optimized by Local Private Cloud)
  12. 12. Current Need Addressed Scenario Added ValueTour Operators Build an Internet Portal to Turn-key No worries about scaling, increase sales and downtimes, maintenance customer satisfaction or future hardware investments – overall less risk and overheadWarehouse They are looking for a Turn-key Cloud Computing would SaaS solution in order to address directly theirManagement have a guaranteed needs as it provides uptime and robustness – virtually100% uptime and features difficult to robustness obtain on premisesDistribution During peak times the Turn-key One of the main current application faces advantages of Cloud scalability problems Computing is the ability to scale just-on-time so their need is covered trough a migration to the platform
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