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  2. 2. Past + Present = Future Visit Researcher’s Blog -
  3. 3. Cloud Adoption Trends Visit Researcher’s Blog -
  4. 4. Cloud Adoption Factors & Forecast• Do you adopt a Public, Private or Hybrid cloud model? (Delivery Models)• Do you use the cloud for Software, Platform or Infrastructure? (Service Models)• Are you a formal (enterprise IT) buyer or an informal (mid-market, SMB) buyer?• How does the cloud model can affect? Visit Researcher’s Blog -
  5. 5. Facts/Trends ~ ”As of Now”• Public cloud • Private Cloud – Emphasis on Cloud Security – Gartner: High-impact technologies – Adoption of services will be by – Not at ease with the public clouds. informal (mid-market, SMB) buyer – Cloud technologies will play vital – Governance and compliance will role gain more visibility – Complexity of integrating internal – Inclination towards the IaaS and security, auditing and compliance PaaS models processes with external cloud – “Breaking the ice” phase is over. services is a major plus. – Moved from hype to reality • Hybrid Cloud – High Performance Computing – New hybrid offerings will allow (HPC) in the cloud. customers to combine dedicated – Double-edged sword: Better hosting, public cloud, and private Services & Security issues cloud to realize new and customized solutions. Visit Researcher’s Blog -
  6. 6. Facts/Trends ~ ”As of Now”• Cloud Service Providers • Traditional IT vendors – Emphasis on Cloud Security – Aggressive acquisition strategy by – Governance and compliance will CA, VMware, Redhat, Dell, etc. gain more visibility – Traditional webhosts repositioning – Emphasis on High Availability, themselves as cloud infrastructure stronger SLAs with better providers coverage for liabilities, managed – Traditional enterprise collaboration support services, etc. Features vendors embracing clouds like HA, Strong SLAs, etc. will become standard features in any infrastructure offering. – sales, delivery and support models to target larger SMB customers Visit Researcher’s Blog -
  7. 7. Facts/Trends ~ ”As of Now”• Casual (mid-market, SMB) • Open Source in Cloud buyer – More important with the – Cloud first approach to IT announcement of OpenStack project by Rackspace and NASA. – SMB and micro-business will continue to be at the forefront of – OpenStack will unleash a cottage cloud adoption. industry of cloud service providers – More interested in unified • Government communications and remote – Acceleration of the use of cloud desktop support. computing at all levels and help• Ceremonial(Traditional) increase the trust in cloud Buyer services for the enterprises. – Extensive move to a cloud model is not practical – Compliance Regulations for back- end legacy systems is a road block Visit Researcher’s Blog -
  8. 8. Facts/Trends ~ ”As of Now”• PaaS • SaaS – More startups in the PaaS space – Adoption of services will be by focusing on different language informal (mid-market, SMB) buyer stacks because of cost reduction – SaaS applications beyond CRM, and business agility. human resources and – Salesforce’s acquisition of Heroku procurement technologies, and into business process• SaaS technologies for tasks like payroll – SaaS ERP will slowly gain further and billing, healthcare claims traction processing, trade settlements, – Big Data and increasing adoption clinical data management and of tools like Hadoop made BI and tech support. Analytics. • IaaS – Collaboration and Social tools – Expected or realized cost savings – Integration services as a crucial of 30%–40% or Higher part of IT buying checklist Visit Researcher’s Blog -
  9. 9. Facts/Trends ~ ”As of Now”• General – Demand for anytime, on-the-go accessibility will be a major force in shaping cloud computing. • Ubiquity of influential mobile devices and cheap bandwidth, coupled with today’s “Agile” business environment, means that the demand for accessibility will continue to drive cloud adoption. – Integrated “stack-as-a-service” delivery models is expected to grow. – Better consolidation of cloud providers to achieve economies of scale – A lack of staff skills to support a private cloud implementation – Analytics is moving to the cloud at a faster pace than we expected, but mainly in the private cloud for large enterprises. Analytics requires voluminous data movement, which is an Achilles’ heel for public clouds. – Many gaps in vertical offerings for cloud apps in industries like education and healthcare and gaps Visit Researcher’s Blog -
  10. 10. Cloud Computing Adoption Concerns• Security• Confidentiality and Auditability• Performance, Reliability and Availability• Loss of control• Scaling• Vendor Lock-in• Legal• Forensics Visit Researcher’s Blog -
  11. 11. References•• _cloud_computing_dcearley_gphifer.pdf• 2012-210718/••• ing-nid-101282-cid-7.html• 2012/•• 8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox- a#q=Trends+in+cloud+computing+2012&hl=en&client=firefox- a&hs=aYk&rls=org.mozilla:en- US:official&prmd=imvnsu&ei=aA4xT56KPOnc0QGBmuX0Bw&start=10&sa=N&ba v=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.,cf.osb&fp=22570e02dad6978c&biw=1366&bih=636 Visit Researcher’s Blog -
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