Business Priorities Presentation

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Mission Critical

Business Priorities Presentation

Agenda

Agenda

Business Drivers / Challenges

Business Capabilities

Summary and Next Steps

Demonstration

Business Context

"Unlike Oracle and IBM, SQL Server
continues to enjoy the lowest
database security vulnerabilities in
the industry.“


"SQL Server 2008 Ups Pressure on
Competitor," Forrester Research, Inc.,
September 2008

http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/itanalys
t/docs/09
-
22
-
08SQLServer2008UpsPressureOnCompetitors
.PDF

"Microsoft’s application platform,
including SQL Server and Windows
Server, provides availability that is
equal to or superior to what we
experienced on IBM DB2 and the
mainframe.“


Tim Robinson, "Enterprise Customers
Choose Microsoft Platform to Run SAP
Applications for High
-
Performance,
Multiterabyte

Scalability and Low TCO,"
Microsoft News Center, February 2009

http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2
009/feb09/02
-
05MSSAPPR.mspx

Windows Server has #1 server OS
share (52.7%) for deployed mission
-
critical applications

Windows Server and .NET are the #1
(54.1%) deployed application server

.NET usage exceeds Java across all
sizes of enterprises

Windows Server is the #1 OS used
(46%) by deployed mission critical
Java applications

SharePoint leads (over IBM
WebSphere
) as the #1 portal used
by enterprises’ primary mission
-
critical application

SQL Server leads (over Oracle) as the
#1 database used by enterprises’
primary mission
-
critical application

BizTalk Server leads (over Oracle) as
the #1 process integration
technology used by enterprises’
primary mission
-
critical application

Microsoft leads as the #1 (58.6%)
vendor for service oriented
architectures


".NET in Mission Critical Applications,"
Microsoft .NET Web site

(accessed May 27, 2010)

http://www.microsoft.com/net/casestudies/
missioncriticalapps/

Business Drivers

Improve business efficiency without added
complexity

Protect business assets and intellectual property

Achieve rapid time
-
to
-
market for competitive
advantage

Busi ness

Keeping critical applications continually
available to customers, partners, and
employees around the world

Ensuring availability of critical applications
in the event of a network outage or
hardware failure

Protecting information from unauthorized
access

Responding quickly and effectively to
changing business needs

Protecting proliferating data and
information sources

Challenges

Challenges

Delivering an enterprise
-
class platform for
deploying business
-
critical applications

Consolidating and rapidly provisioning
servers across the IT infrastructure

Managing increasing IT and regulatory
requirements

Providing secure access to applications
from nearly any location and satisfying
internal and external compliance
requirements

Sharing digital identities securely across
enterprise boundaries

Providing the flexibility to enable cost
-
effective development of new applications
and expanding the existing portfolio of
applications

IT

Challenges

A solution should help…


…by providing the ability to

IMPROVE BUSINESS
EFFICIENCY WITHOUT
ADDED COMPLEXITY

Allow for increased business agility in an environment that supports
mission
-
critical work to ensure scalable, reliable, and flexible applications
and services

Ensure business continuity in a centrally managed and continually available
environment that supports mission
-
critical work

Provide continual performance of applications and services to ensure
responsiveness to business needs

PROTECT BUSINESS ASSETS
AND INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY

Provide more secure access to applications from virtually any location and
satisfy internal and external compliance requirements

ACHIEVE RAPID TIME
-
TO
-
MARKET FOR COMPETITIVE
ADVANTAGE

Respond to business changes rapidly by enabling faster development of
innovative custom or packaged business applications

Maximize existing investments by providing flexible connections among
existing systems and supporting cross
-
platform applications

Solution Support

Agenda

Agenda

Business Drivers / Challenges

Business Capabilities

Summary and Next Steps

Demonstration

Demo

[ Insert Demo Title ]

Agenda

Agenda

Business Drivers / Challenges

Business Capabilities

Summary and Next Steps

Demonstration

Solution’s Business Drivers

PROTECT BUSINESS ASSETS
AND INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY

IMPROVE BUSINESS EFFICIENCY WITHOUT ADDED COMPLEXITY

ACHIEVE RAPID TIME
-
TO
-
MARKET FOR COMPETITIVE
ADVANTAGE

Sophistication of the Solution

Phase 1


Provides basic support for the most
critical elements of the business
driver

Phase 2


Provides adequate, typical support for
critical and priority elements of the
business driver

Phase 3


Provides thorough, streamlined
support for the business driver that
enables differentiated levels of
performance

PROTECT BUSINESS ASSETS
AND INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY

ACHIEVE RAPID TIME
-
TO
-
MARKET FOR COMPETITIVE
ADVANTAGE

IMPROVE BUSINESS EFFICIENCY WITHOUT ADDED COMPLEXITY

Range of Business Capabilities

Business Driver:
Improve business efficiency without added complexity

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3


Improve workload
management to support
applications and services and
provide maximum flexibility
and scalability

Back up server data that
supports critical services in
accordance with standard IT
practices and help ensure
recovery from damaged or
lost data, hardware failures,
and disaster

Provide the ability to scale
environments up and out to
meet performance objectives
for applications, even under
increasing loads


Help ensure business agility by
enabling a dynamic IT infrastructure
to support applications and services,
balance loads, and maximize
resource usage for improved
flexibility, scalability, and reliability

Provide support to accommodate
planned downtime and reduce
unplanned downtime without
affecting availability of mission
-
critical applications

Centrally monitor and manage the
operation of critical server
infrastructure, end
-
user systems, and
services to adhere to service
-
level
agreements (SLAs)

Proactively manage performance by
identifying potential performance
issues and monitoring service levels
across applications and services


Help ensure a stable and controlled
environment for business
-
critical
applications to meet service levels and to
remain flexible and scalable to support,
manage, and secure applications that are
increasingly critical to business goals

Provide the ability to build, modify, and
distribute scalable applications with
minimal on
-
premises resources

Help ensure continual backup and
archiving of data to speed up recovery
and to enable rapid restoration across
data centers that are located at multiple
sites to achieve the appropriate level of
availability defined by SLAs

Proactively plan for performance
optimization initiatives by monitoring the
performance and utilization metrics of
servers, databases, applications, and
services across the organization

Range of Business Capabilities

Business Driver:
Protect business assets and intellectual property

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3


Help secure the IT infrastructure
from attacks while preserving
access to corporate resources,
including applications and
services


Provide more secure remote
access to applications and services
while enabling IT administrators
to centrally manage network
access and to control and monitor
system health policies

Enforce security measures and
centrally monitor key security
events to help identify and audit
security breaches and compliance
failures for all servers,
applications, and services


Help secure and manage users'
internal and external access across
systems, from virtually anywhere
and any device across the
organization

Help ensure automatic
identification of security and
compliance threats and
automated mitigation of all
deviations from security policy

Provide a versatile and
interoperable platform to enable
more secure access to
applications across multiple
systems, networks, and
organizations in different trust
realms

Range of Business Capabilities

Business Driver:
Achieve rapid time
-
to
-
market for competitive advantage

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3


Lower barriers to build
composite applications, scalable
and custom Web applications,
and packaged line
-
of
-
business
applications


Provide integrated tools for
developing mission
-
critical
applications that target multiple
devices including desktop
systems, hand
-
held devices, smart
phones, Web, and mobile devices


Enable organizations to rapidly
create more secure, manageable,
and reliable mission
-
critical
applications that include
integrated workflows that better
align with business processes and
have enterprise
-
wide strategic
impact

Provide a consistent development
and management experience
across customer premises and
cloud environments

Range of Business Capabilities

Business Driver:
Achieve rapid time
-
to
-
market for competitive advantage
(Continued…)

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3


Provide the ability to
extend and unlock
the value in existing
line
-
of
-
business
systems and enable
future updates and
replacements of these
systems with minimal
impact to the
applications that
consume them


Aggregate individual services into composite
services to provide a range of new capabilities
focused on building robust, connected, mission
-
critical applications

Provide the ability to form composite services from
collections of individual services to help accelerate
adoption, management, and reuse of services
across the organization

Provide the ability to transfer or convert legacy
applications and data from less cost
-
effective
systems to systems based on Microsoft Windows

Provide a full range of supported and fully
integrated cross
-
platform network services to
support interoperability while extending UNIX
-
based applications to Windows systems

Provide the ability to integrate data from diverse
sources that include legacy systems, and help
present the data in a consistent way throughout
the organization


Aggregate business services
into a set of dynamic,
mission
-
critical business
applications that extend
beyond the firewall or
organizational boundaries
and enable proactive
management of SLAs

Deploy a systematic and
secure solution in the cloud
that integrates with existing
on
-
premises assets

Agenda

Agenda

Business Drivers / Challenges

Business Capabilities

Summary and Next Steps

Demonstration

Potential Business Benefits

Increased business agility with less business downtime

Effective recovery from damaged or lost data and disasters

Existing investments maximized and lower total cost of
ownership

Lower risk of compromised sensitive information

Seamless user experience across client devices, mobile devices,
and the Web

Reduced operating costs and decreased risk of noncompliance

Next Steps

Discuss your priorities with IT

Map to systems requirements

Understand what can be leveraged

Develop a high
-
level road map for deploying integrated
capabilities

Translate back into business capabilities enabled/supported

Review the proposed business capability road
map

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