Considering the Cloud? 5 Points to Consider

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Petteri Uljas, Capgemini; Corporate VP, Head of Infrastructure Services; Eastern Europe, India and Latin America

Cloud doesn’t change everything

Evolutionary in implementation, revolutionary in usage.

Normal IT project methodologies apply (mostly).

Leverage processes and skills you already have.

Don’t throw everything out because a small part is new.

Everything that holds up “traditional” projects will hold up your first Cloud project.

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Considering the Cloud? 5 Points to Consider

  1. 1. Considering the Cloud?5 Points to Remember Presenter Name Petteri Uljas Title / Position Organization Capgemini Corporate VP, Head of Infrastructure Services Eastern Europe, India and Latin America 1
  2. 2. Cloud Ceiling TrackSharing Best Practices from Leading Innovators10:15-11:00Capgemini Keynote11:05-11:50BMW Insight Session1:00-1:45POC Insight Session with National Australia Bank,Terremark and Trapezoid1:50-2:35Enterprise Cloud Best Practice Panel2:25-3:20Big Data in the Cloud Panel
  3. 3. 1. Cloud doesn’t change everything 3
  4. 4. New Business Increased Speed Business Process Investment Models to Market Transformation Optimisation Enables RightCloud FinancialTransformation Delivers Traditional Private Delivers IT Agility IT Public Cloud Cloud Requires Service Integration / Service Aggregation / Service Orchestration Accessible Offered Scalable and Shared / Multi- through the Pay Per Use “as a service” Elastic tenant network 4
  5. 5.  Cloud doesn’t change everything – Evolutionary in implementation, revolutionary in usage. – Normal IT project methodologies apply (mostly). – Leverage processes and skills you already have. – Don’t throw everything out because a small part is new. – Everything that holds up “traditional” projects will hold up your first Cloud project. 5
  6. 6. 2. New aspects of Cloud do need to be carefully planned 6
  7. 7. Private Public Traditional Virtualized Public Data Center Data Center GAP Cloud RUN PARTNER • Instant-on Dev & Test• Remote Infrastructure • Virtualization environments Management Healthcheck • Dynamic capacity Web • Consolidation & How do Applications Virtualization projects• Bespoke Applications• Dedicated email and • Remote Infrastructure organizations bridge • DR-as-a-Service • High performance data Management Office applications the gap between processing (HPC) • Bespoke Applications their existing IT • ERP/Enterprise application hosting • Dedicated email and • Office products infrastructure and • CRM-as-a-Service (salesforce.com) the Cloud? • SaaS • Email-as-a-Service • Collaboration applications
  8. 8. Private Public Traditional Virtualized Public Data Center Private Cloud Data Center GAP Cloud RUN PARTNER • Instant-on Dev & Test• Remote Infrastructure • Virtualization • Shared IT service-center environments Management Healthcheck design • Dynamic capacity Web • Consolidation & • Private Cloud Applications Virtualization projects architecture & design• Bespoke Applications • Remote Infrastructure • Private Cloud Vendors • DR-as-a-Service• Dedicated email and Management Transformation Services • High performance data Office applications (build) selling private processing (HPC) • Remote Infrastructure • Bespoke Applications Management cloud can • ERP/Enterprise • Dedicated email and • Office products • Bespoke Applications help – but it’s application hosting • CRM-as-a-Service • Dedicated email and Office products still a capital (salesforce.com) • SaaS expense • Email-as-a-Service • Collaboration applications
  9. 9. Private Public Traditional Virtualized Dedicated Multi-tenant Public Data Center Data Center Private Cloud External External Cloud Private Cloud Private Cloud RUN HOST PARTNER • Instant-on Dev & Test• Remote Infrastructure • Virtualization • Shared IT service-center • Dedicated Private Cloud • Private Cloud Dev & Test environments Management Healthcheck design IaaS • DR-as-a-Service • Dynamic capacity Web • Consolidation & • Private Cloud • Hybrid/Cloud-burst • Hybrid/Cloud-burst Applications Virtualization projects architecture & design • DR-as-a-Service capacity from client• Bespoke Applications • DR-as-a-Service • Remote Infrastructure • Private Cloud (dedicated instance) Datacenter• Dedicated email and Management Transformation Services • High performance data Office applications • Desktop-as-a-service • High Performance / Grid processing (HPC) (build) Computing • Remote Infrastructure • Performance testing • Bespoke Applications Management • ERP/Enterprise • ERP/Enterprise application • Desktop-as-a-service • Dedicated email and hosting application hosting • Bespoke Applications • Enterprise Application • Office products • SaaS • CRM-as-a-Service hosting • Dedicated email and (salesforce.com) • Email-as-Service • ERP/Enterprise application Office products • SaaS • Collaboration applications hosting • Email-as-a-Service • SaaS • Collaboration • Email-as-a-Service applications • Collaboration applications Common foundation services Cloud Strategy & Business Case; Readiness Assessment; Architecture & Design Services; Implementation & Transition; Security Engineering; Service Management
  10. 10. Private Public Traditional Virtualized Dedicated Multi-tenant Public Data Center Data Center Private Cloud External External Cloud Private Cloud Private Cloud RUN HOST PARTNER • Instant-on Dev & Test• Remote Infrastructure Management • Virtualization Healthcheck ODCA Master Usage Models • Shared IT service-center design • Dedicated Private Cloud IaaS guiding path Test Enterprise • Private Cloud Dev & to environments • DR-as-a-Service • Private Cloud Computing in Cloud Class • Dynamic capacity Web • Consolidation & • Hybrid/Cloud-burst • Hybrid/Cloud-burst Applications Virtualization projects architecture & design • DR-as-a-Service capacity from client• Bespoke Applications • DR-as-a-Service• Dedicated email and • Remote Infrastructure • Private Cloud Compute IaaS (dedicated instance) Datacenter • High performance data Management Transformation Services Office applications (build) • Commercial Framework / Grid • High Performance Desktop-as-a-service processing (HPC) Computing • Remote Infrastructure Service Orchestration • Performance testing • Bespoke Applications Management • ERP/Enterprise • ERP/Enterprise application • Desktop-as-a-service • Dedicated email and hosting application hosting • Bespoke Applications • Enterprise Application • Office products • SaaS • CRM-as-a-Service ODCA Focused Usage• Models guiding path to Open Data Center solutions Dedicated email and hosting (salesforce.com) • Email-as-Service • ERP/Enterprise application Office products • SaaS • Collaboration applications hosting • Secure Federation: Security Monitoring, Security Provider Assurance, Identity • Email-as-a-Service • SaaS • Automation: VM Interoperability, IO Control, Distance Workload Migration• Collaboration • Email-as-a-Service • Common Management and Policy: Regulatory FrameworkCollaboration applications• applications • Transparency: Carbon Footprint, Service Catalog, Standard Units of Measure Industry delivering Enterprise Class cloud solutions at scale
  11. 11.  New aspects of Cloud do need to be carefully planned. – (Cloud) Service definition, quality of service, evolution of the service, service catalogue, and service life cycle need to be well defined and designed. – Clarity in use-cases, service catalogue and non- functional requirements fundamental to success. – Totally new business model, totally new measurement. – Products and target markets to be defined and agreed well up front 11
  12. 12. 3. Build to the lowest common denominator 12
  13. 13. Events that occur independently Business of client actions and that driveExecutive Compelling business decisions. Events Business Expansion Cost reduction mandate Failing or obsolete Infrastructure Compliance Client-specific motivations driving FINANCIAL STRATEGIC PERSONAL a sense of urgency • Market share • Stock market pressure • Building / maintaining reputation • Economic recovery positioning • Cost model transformation • Meeting targets/MBOs • Reaction to competitive landscape
  14. 14. Events that occur independently of client actions and that driveTechnology Compelling business decisions. Executive Events Poor service levels Failed audit Licensing payments Disruptive competitive threat Client-specific motivations driving FINANCIAL STRATEGIC PERSONAL a sense of urgency • Improve efficiency while reducing • IT causing losses • Missing incentive/bonus payouts costs • Improving agility • Requirements for meeting • Merger, Acquisition or Divestiture internal SLA/metrics
  15. 15.  Build to the lowest common denominator – Simplification will accelerate deployment and adoption – Grow the service offering complexity with experience and demand – Don’t try to solve too many problems at once – Don’t build a solution to every need. Instead reshape the requirements to fit a standard offering. 15
  16. 16. 4. Networks are the enabler as well as the inhibitor 16
  17. 17. ClientAdministrators Client A Client B Client C Client D Multi-Client Data Center Networking Self-Service Portal Cloud Management System Service Management, Provisioning, Availability, etc. Cloud Administrators Virtualization Management Hypervisor management Hardware Management Servers, Network, Storage management Client Resource Pools Enterprise Management System (Authentication, Event management, etc)
  18. 18. Client Administrators Client A Client B Client C Client D o Seamlessly integrates with your existing network. o Network multi-tenancy Multi-Client Data Center Networking through flexible automation.SECURE o Resource pools/zones mapped to VLANs. o Self service Self-Service Portal Cloud Management System Service Management, Provisioning, Availability, etc. Cloud Administrators Virtualization Management Hypervisor management Hardware Management Servers, Network, Storage management Client Resource Pools Enterprise Management System (Authentication, Event management, etc)
  19. 19.  Networks are the enabler as well as the inhibitor – Access to the cloud requires secure front-end user access and back-end cloud management for a viable Cloud solution. – Most enterprise networks are designed for separation and security, and actively prevent back-end access to network zones across business units, countries and regions. – Early verification of network viability for Cloud services is vital, especially when Cloud spans beyond the data center. 19
  20. 20. 5. Plan early on how to operate your Cloud 20
  21. 21. Client’s Customers Best of breed capabilitiesClient’s Business Operations Client Retained IT Client Retained IT Single point of Service Integration and Management Service Integration Integrated Process & Tool Environment Integrated Service Desk Best serviceApplication Network & Third-Party providers for Application Infrastructure End User your business Support & Telecom IT Support Development Management ComputingMaintenance Services Services
  22. 22. Client’s Customers Best of breed capabilitiesClient’s Business Operations Client Retained IT Client Retained IT Single point of Service Integration and Management Service Integration Integrated Process & Tool Environment Integrated Service Desk Best servicePrivate Public providers for your business Traditional Virtualized Dedicated External Multi-tenant External Private Cloud Public Cloud Data Center Data Center Private Cloud Private Cloud RUN HOST PARTNER
  23. 23.  Plan early on how to operate your Cloud – Build a multi-discipline team embedded in a single group, to compliment the traditional delivery processes. (Hypervisor, storage, compute, service management skills) – New Cloud processes will be required in addition to traditional service management processes. – These should focus upon the service life cycle from creation, instantiation, operation and termination. 23
  24. 24. 1. Cloud doesn’t change everything2. New aspects of Cloud do need to be carefully planned3. Build to the lowest common denominator4. Networks are the enabler as well as the inhibitor5. Plan early on how to operate your Cloud 24
  25. 25. PaaS Release 2 - .Net Infrastructure Offering Storage aaS Joint Offering with Release 2 Applications Services / Orchestration aaS Infrastructure aaS Sogeti Release 2 Release 2 UK1-2Satellite cloud DCs in line Security aaS with revised DC strategy Infrastructure aaS Desktop aaS Infrastructure aaS Orchestration aaS Orchestration aaS Release 1 Release 2 UK1 Release 1 Release 3 UK2 Release 3 Release 4 Citrix Infrastructure aaS Infrastructure aaS Testing PaaS PaaS Testing PaaS Desktop aaS France Satellite Release 1 Release 1 Smart Energy aaS Release 1 - Java Release 3 Release 2 Infrastructure aaS Storage aaS Mobility aaS Collaboration aaS Nordic Satellite Testing PaaS Release 1 Release 1 Release 2 Release 1 Desktop aaS Messaging aaS Orchestration aaS Release 3 Release 2 Release 1 Zimbra Messaging aaS Release 3 Infrastructure aaS NL Satellite Exchange Q1 2012 Q2 2012 Q3 2012 Q4 2012 Q1 2013 Q2,3,4 2013 Demand Led 25
  26. 26.  Capgemini and the ODCA – Push and Pull: Alignment of the Capgemini internal standardization work and the ODCA streams – Prioritized participation: Advise, Invest, Trust – Increase awareness: Improved understanding and awareness of the Cloud market and the issues clients are facing. Top Challenges – Ease of migration into and out of the Cloud – Cloud mindsets and confusion – Resourcing 26
  27. 27. Panels Presenters Andreas Poeschl BMW Cloud Insight BMW PresenterPOC NAB, Terremark, Albert Caballero Jeffrey R Deacon Matt R Lowthand Trapezoid Insight Trapeziod Terremark National Australia Bank Moderator Panelists Rapid Fire Panel: Ben Kepes Andy Gupte Das Kamhout Mario Müller Matt EstesEnterprise Cloud Best Diversity Analysis Marriott International, Inc. Intel Corporation BMW Walt Disney Company Practices Brad Twynham ServiceMesh Moderator Panelists Rapid Fire Panel: Das Kamhout Jim Dietz Mark Troester Matt Estes Rob Rosen Big Data Intel Corporation Teradata Corp SAS Walt Disney Company MapR Technologies in the Cloud Ed Albanese Cloudera
  28. 28. Thank You 28
  29. 29. Resources Learn the latest about ODCA requirements PRIORITIZE at www.opendatacenteralliance.org Use ODCA PEAT Tool for Upcoming RFPs DELIVER Explore the Latest Solutions at ODCAs Cloud Expo Showcase Booth #411 Actively Participate in Todays Sessions #Forecast12 SHARE Scale your Knowledge with ODCA MEET MEET LOGO Forecast Reception. Build relationships with other IT experts while sipping cocktails and filling up on food from the roof of Sky Room, which offers stunning views of the New York City skyline. WHEN WHERE HOW 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. ET Sky Room Times Square Buses will begin running (330 West 40th Street) at 4:45pm from the Javits

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