How Fast Is the Market Moving to Cloud...Really? - RightScale Compute 2013

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Speaker: James Staten, VP and Principal Analyst, Forrester Research

If you listen to all the hype in the market you'd think that every company would be 100% cloud-based by 2015. Listen to the typical enterprise CIO, however, and it sounds like cloud hasn't even started. What's the reality? In this session Forrester VP and Principal Analyst James Staten will put some reality around this question using survey data and enterprise customer insights on how fast this market is really moving. Find out where you fit compared to your peers in your path toward cloud adoption.

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How Fast Is the Market Moving to Cloud...Really? - RightScale Compute 2013

  1. 1. Making Leaders SuccessfulEvery Day
  2. 2. Who’s really using the cloud?James Staten, VP & Principal Analyst
  3. 3. © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited 3We play a special role in the marketCloud developers are:›Leaders›Innovators›Risk takers›Trouble makersSource: Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 2013
  4. 4. © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited 4Source: Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 20132%17%27%25%3%15%23%35%Working as a game developer. I am paid by myemployer primarily to develop games, which is ourcore business.Working in the technology services industry. I work ata systems integrator or consulting company anddevelop sofWorking in an internal information technology (IT)role at my company. I am paid by my employer todevelop softwaWorking for a software company. I am paid by myemployer primarily to develop software or onlineservices, whichPlease select the statement below that best described your status as a softwaredeveloper.Using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=604) Not using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=1434)Less than 1/4th of cloud devs work for enterprises
  5. 5. © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited 517%9%16%10%9%11%7%10%11%19%11%15%6%13%13%11%6%6%1 - 56 - 1011 - 5051 - 100101 - 200201 - 500501 - 10001001 - 50005000 or moreWhat is your best estimate of how many developers work at yourorganization, including contractors?Using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=53) Not using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=645)Cloud devs are more prominent in smaller firmsSource: Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 2013
  6. 6. © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited 60%0%12%11%11%10%8%46%2%0%0%5%6%9%10%15%24%32%Hong KongTaiwanUKCanadaFranceGermanyIndiaUSChina (mainland)In which country do you work?Using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=604) Not using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=1434)Less than 1/4th work in the USSource: Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 2013
  7. 7. © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited 71%37%39%23%1%49%42%8%Under 2121 to 3536 to 5051+What is your age?Using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=604)Not using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=1434)Nearly ½ are under 35Source: Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 2013
  8. 8. © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited 83%3%4%15%20%15%9%31%1%2%4%22%33%18%9%11%Just learning now via schoolwork or independentstudyLess than one yearOne year but fewer than two yearsTwo to five yearsSix to 10 years11 to 15 years16 to 20 yearsMore than 20 yearsHow many years have you been writing code?Using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=604) Not using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=1434)Most are very experienced programmersSource: Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 2013
  9. 9. © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited 919%7%7%17%16%17%21%16%24%23%57%60%42%49%50%53%55%58%59%59%66%71%79%85%Mainframe or terminal applicationsCustom applications that use NoSQL databases…Big data (e.g., Hadoop, SAP Hana)Embedded systems (including software in consumer products)Business intelligence, reporting, dashboards…Rich Internet applications (RIAs) (e.g., Adobe Flash, Microsoft…Rich-client/client-server apps (e.g., Java Swing, Microsoft…Content/collaboration sites/portals (e.g., Liferay, IBM…Custom applications that use application servers (e.g., IBM…Mobile or mobile web apps (e.g., iOS, Android, Windows…Custom applications that use SQL databases…Websites or web applications…Which of the following types of development technologies have you worked with in thepast 24 months? (Select all that apply)Using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=604) Not using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=1434)Most work with modern applications/designsSource: Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 2013
  10. 10. © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited 10Source: Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 20131.40.30.50.711.60.51.41.71.73.33.61.51.37.06.05.35.68.08.511.418.70.91.01.41.61.92.12.12.12.22.22.62.72.94.35.15.36.27.713.016.116.7RPGPL/1GroovyCICSOther (please specify)Ruby/JrubyObjective-CPerlABAPCOBOLBasic (including Visual Basic 6.0 or earlier)Delphi/Object Pascal/PascalPythonPL/SQLCVisual Basic .NETPHPC#C++JavaHTML/CSS/JavaScriptHow do you allocate the time you spend writing code across the following programminglanguages?Using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=595) Not using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=1412)Cloud devs code in Java and C++
  11. 11. © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited 1129%40%20%6%5%8%22%33%27%10%I do not program or develop on my own timeoutside my day jobI average less than 5 hours a week programmingfor personal reasonsI average between 5 and 10 hours a weekprogramming for personal reasonsI average between 11 and 20 hours a weekprogramming for personal reasonsI average more than 20 hours a weekprogramming for personal reasonsOn average, how many hours a week do you spend programming personalor side projects not related to your day job?Using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=604) Not using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=1434)Most program on the side far more than non-clouddevsSource: Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 2013
  12. 12. © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited 12Source: Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 20132%3%5%10%25%25%33%26%25%20%10%17%Business unit managersMarketingHow would you rate the quality of the working relationship your teams developershave with other parts of your company?Very poor 1 2 Neither good nor poor 3 4 Very good 5 Does not apply0%0%0%11%23%17%32%25%36%32%9%15%Business unit managersMarketingNot using Cloud(n=645)Using Cloud(n=53)Cloud devs have far better relationships with business
  13. 13. © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited 1326%52%55%65%61%64%62%68%80%61%74%76%80%81%81%82%84%87%It is easy for me to get funding for new projects or tools…I feel challenged every dayI feel recognized for the effort I put inI feel empowered to find new ways to solve customer…I love my jobIf I can find a better way to do my job, my boss will…I have access to the technology and tools that I need to…Its clear to me how my work contributes to my…I like sharing what I know with othersThinking about your current role at work, please indicate how much each statementdescribes your attitudes.Using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=505) Not using Cloud computing/elastic applications (n=1181)Cloud devs love their jobsSource: Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 2013
  14. 14. © 2013 Forrester Research, Inc. Reproduction Prohibited 14We play a special role in the marketCloud developers are:›Leaders›Innovators›Risk takers›Trouble makersWe need to be:›Evangelists›Teachers›Team players›AdvocatesSource: Forrsights Developer Survey, Q1 2013
  15. 15. Thank youJames Staten+1 650.380.3733jstaten@forrester.com@Staten7
  16. 16. april25-26 sanfranciscocloud success starts here#RightScaleCompute

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