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  • The past year has witnessed a remarkable change in the IT marketplace with many new entrants, a significant uptick in the number of mergers and acquisitions, growing investment by the venture capital community in enterprise focused companies, and an increasingly competitive and dynamic ecosystem. The technology drivers of social, mobile, cloud, Big Data, and analytics have led to the identification of four mega trends in the 2013 GTO. Growing Scale / Lower Barrier of Entry – Massive expansion in the number of users, sensors and smart devices, channels, relationships, transactions, computations, and the amount of structured and unstructured data is occurring. In 2013, the total of all digital data created is forecast to reach four zettabytes, or 4 x 10 21 , nearly four times 2010 volumes. A growing number of easy-to-consume application programming interfaces (APIs) for integration with applications, platforms, and infrastructure is lowering the barrier to entry. Increasing Complexity / Yet More Consumable – The volume, variety, velocity, and veracity of data is contributing to the increasing complexity of data management, workloads, and advanced analytics needed to discover insights. For example, novel algorithms to analyze large graphs are resource intensive and new kinds of data management for these graph structures will be needed in the future. Users are becoming more sophisticated and demanding interactive tools for business and scientific visual analytics. The mobile phone has evolved from a simple voice device to a multimedia communications tool capable of uploading and downloading data, text, audio, and video while also functioning as a global positioning system, wallet, FM radio, television, alarm clock, thermometer, address book, newspaper, camera, and more. Fast Pace – Disruptive new models for development and consumption are emerging and increasingly penetrating the enterprise ecosystem resulting in rapid innovation and decreased time to value. Componentized hardware and software is available off the cloud. New web front-end pay-per-use service models are experiencing rapid growth. Social media is influencing how developer and open source communities are engaging in this global ecosystem. Massive open online courses are experiencing exponential growth making education and training more accessible. Contextual Overload – The proliferation of sensors and devices and the explosive growth in structured and unstructured data are causing information and contextual overload. With the increasing affordability and sophistication of smart devices, new opportunities exist to provide contextually aware and personalized services based on user views, desires, preferences, and location delivered just-in-time.
  • IBM - Real Time

    1. 1. 1 © 2013 IBM Corporation SAP Forum, Istanbul, September 2013 Is your company ready for real-time? IBM CEE Enterprise Application Practice Łukasz Paciorkowski, Senior IT Architect, Enterprise Applications Practice
    2. 2. Agenda  HANA, HANA, HANA…  A broader context  Learning from others  Strategic discussion  Q & A
    3. 3. HANA HANA, HANA, HANA Data Base In-memory RAM speed Bus A iness nali tics Real timeROI X-pl rm atfo Inno vaion exciting Insi ght Suite Migr ation Challe nges New Ne xt s tep App lian ce fun Inve stme nt Cho ice Big data Buzz word COOL Neces sary Useless expensive gadget need Game changerhardware software miningfuture …SAP HANA is an enabler
    4. 4. A broader context Why SAP HANA is essential?
    5. 5. A broader context – what is important for CEOs Source: Q1 “What are the most important external forces that will impact your organization over the next 3 to 5 years?” External forces that will impact the organization 68% 69% 71% 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 Technology factorsTechnology factors People skills Market factors Macro-economic factors Regulatory concerns Globalization Socio-economic factors Environmental issues Geopolitical factors For the first time, CEOs identify technology as the most important external force impacting their organizations Source: IBM CEO Study 2012 -
    6. 6. Increasing Complexity / Yet More Consumable  Data and data management  Workloads  Discovering insights  Interaction Fast Pace  Evolving business eco-system  Dynamic scalability  Minimize time to value  Keeping pace with technology and globalization Contextual Overload  Proliferation of sensors and devices  Demand for personalization  Just in time Growing Scale / Lower Barrier of Entry  Users  Transactions  Computations  Data A broader context - The Mega Trends Technology Drivers Mobile - Social – Cloud - Analytics / Big Data
    7. 7. Major Waves of Technology Back Office Computing Client Server PC - 1981 World Wide Web and eBusiness Confluence of Social, Mobile, Cloud, Big Data / Analytics 90’s80’s60’s We are here
    8. 8. Hype cycle: process of technology adaptation
    9. 9. Hype cycle: process of technology adaptation "Plateau of Productivity„"Plateau of Productivity„ A technology reaches the "plateau of productivity" as theA technology reaches the "plateau of productivity" as the benefits of it become widely demonstrated and accepted. Thebenefits of it become widely demonstrated and accepted. The technology becomes increasingly stable and evolves in secondtechnology becomes increasingly stable and evolves in second and third generations. The final height of the plateau variesand third generations. The final height of the plateau varies according to whether the technology is broadly applicable oraccording to whether the technology is broadly applicable or benefits only a niche marketbenefits only a niche market..
    10. 10. Learning from others Where IBM global experience counts…
    11. 11. Learning from others - a true story from CEE  One of IBM customers decided to buy SAP HANA  SAP BW was to be migrated first  But technical migration was not enough… So… what’s next?
    12. 12. Learning from others – strategy first! „Innovation should not be accidental, it has to be managed” Having a map without the aim is as bad as knowing your aim without having a map. Strategy provides you with both: aim and the map
    13. 13. Strategic discussion How IBM can help YOU creating value for your company
    14. 14. Strategic discussion Smart Cloud Social Business Smarter Process Smarter Commerce Mobile Enterprise Advanced Analytics Front Office Transformation: Front Office Digitization & Globally Integrated Enterprise Systems of Engagement Scalable Services Ecosystem
    15. 15. Strategic discussion around HANA Strategy Assessment PoC/Demo Implementation And beyond: •Do You know Your IT strategy? •Do You have analytics/big data strategy? •Are You prepared for exponential data growth? •Are You prepared for real time enablement? •Is Your SAP landscape ready for Advanced Analytics? •What would You like to see in action? •Do You want to see ready to use demo or You prefer tailored PoC? •Are You more interested in functions or technicalities? •Do you want to start with full blown SAP HANA implementation or rather smaller installation? •Do You want to go with BW, Business Suite or both? •Do You want to get fast results with RDS implementations? •Is Your infrastructure ready for HANA? •Is Your configuration up to date and optimal? •Do you have everything which is necessary to start Analytics with Big Data? •Do You have a maintenance strategy? •Do You know where&how the costs can be saved? •Do You have appropriate skills? •Are You running your operations the optimal way?
    16. 16. Strategic discussion – IBM can help Strategy Assessment PoC/Demo Implementation SAP HANA Technical PoC SAP HANA Jump Start SAP HANA Value Identification Workshop HANA Architecture Assessment and Benchmark And beyond: SAP Analytics Jumpstart for HANA SAP BW Migration to HANA HANA Discovery Strategic Business Alignment SAP HANA Functional PoC IBM Lab for SAP Solutions (LSS) demos SAP Business Suite on HANA SAP HANA Express Deployment Healthcheck Services SAP HANA Skills Enablement Services SAP HANA Managed Services SAP HANA RDS implementation
    17. 17. Contact IBM Łukasz Paciorkowski Senior Architect, Enterprise Applications Practice SAP HANA Champion 0048 603886057 Giorgio Sartori GBS CEE Enterprise Leader 0039 3356325208 Gokce Birgin SAP Leader - Turkey 0090 5303171546
    18. 18. Thank You! Questions?