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How I learned to stop worryi...
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Cloud means what?
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Four factors driving cloud s...
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So what?
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The one thing that determine...
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How to handle dynamic factor...
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Typical phases of cloud adop...
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A model for organizational s...
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How to succeed
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How to succeed with cloud
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How I learned to stop worrying and love the cloud

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How to succeed with cloud computing in your organization.

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How I learned to stop worrying and love the cloud

  1. 1. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM How I learned to stop worrying and love the cloud or, How to Cloud Shlomo Swidler CEO, Orchestratus shlomo.swidler@orchestratus.com slides at http://slidesha.re/135OpDb
  2. 2. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM Cloud means what? Computing Technological Organizational Risk Economic ‘Cloud-computing’ is a dynamic computing paradigm where the boundaries of computing are determined by rationale provided by technological, economic, organizational, and security requirements. – Ramnath K. Chellappa, 1997 1
  3. 3. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM Four factors driving cloud success • Technological • Economic • Organizational • Risk }factors influencing the boundaries of computing change over time, and you want to react with appropriate speed. 2 ‘Cloud-computing’ is a dynamiccomputing paradigm where the boundaries of computing are determined by rationale provided by technological, economic, organizational, and security requirements. – Ramnath K. Chellappa, 1997
  4. 4. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM So what? • If you’re thinking about cloud only as a technology, you’re missing 75% of the value. 3
  5. 5. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM The one thing that determines whether you will succeed with cloud • How well prepared are you to handle the dynamic nature of the technological, economic, organizational, and risk requirements? … or, • How well prepared are you for change? 4
  6. 6. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM How to handle dynamic factors in computing (or, “how to cloud”) 5 Technological EconomicRisk Organizational STAY TUNED
  7. 7. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM Typical phases of cloud adoption maturity • Experimentation – learning how to use the technology. • Momentum – understanding the benefits and building proof points. • Transformation – intentionally maximizing the benefits. 6
  8. 8. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM A model for organizational success 7 External Focus Internal Focus Flexible Stable
  9. 9. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM 8 Strengths required by adoption phase 8 External Focus Internal Focus Flexible Stable External Focus Internal Focus Flexible Stable External Focus Internal Focus Flexible Stable Experimentation Momentum Transformation
  10. 10. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM How to succeed 9 External Focus Internal Focus Flexible Stable Today’s organization
  11. 11. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM How to succeed with cloud 10 1. Recognize cloud is more than a technology. 2. Become adept at handling change in technological, economic, organizational, and risk requirements in your use of computing.
  12. 12. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM How to handle dynamic factors in computing (or, “how to cloud”) 11 • View “operations” and “engineering” as part of a single value stream: service delivery • Use small, composable units (instances, services) • Build systems that expect failure and act reasonably despite it • Formulate and share your strategy, and lead your organization accordingly • As a leader, demonstrate the need, and your support, for change • Make it easy to access all of your organization’s data • Understand the impact of the services on the overall business • Increase capacity according to demand • Decrease capacity when demand subsides • Carefully vet employees, partners and establish trusting relationships with them • Regularly assess your data assets and all access points for risk • Create a “single source of truth” for authentication and authorization Technological EconomicRisk Organizational
  13. 13. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM Summary • Change is the challenge. • Cloud means adjusting your use of computing to changing technological, economic, organizational, and risk requirements. • To do change right, you need a strong culture. 12
  14. 14. OrchestratusMake the cloud work for you. © 2013 Orchestratus, Inc. All Rights Reserved. TM SM Thank you! Need help? Contact us. Shlomo Swidler CEO, Orchestratus shlomo.swidler@orchestratus.com @ShlomoSwidler 13

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