IT Transformation through Cloud Computing

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IT Transformation through
Cloud Computing

Ahmed Adly

Emerging Technologies Director

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2009

Gartner
Hype Curve
Cloud
Computing


Source: Gartner "Hype Cycle for Cloud Computing,
2009
-
2012"

2010

2011

2012

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Cloud Computing Momentum

10x

Back

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On Top of CIO Priorities for 3 Years

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So What is “Cloud Computing”?

Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on
-
demand
network access to a shared pool of configurable computing
resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and
services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal
management effort or service provider interaction.


This cloud model promotes availability and is composed of:


NIST Definition of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on
-
demand
network access to a shared pool of configurable computing
resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and
services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal
management effort or service provider interaction.


This cloud model promotes availability and is composed of:

Source:
NIST Definition of Cloud Computing v15


3 Service Models


SaaS


PaaS


IaaS

4 Deployment Models


Public Cloud


Private Cloud


Community Cloud


Hybrid Cloud

5 Essential Characteristics


On
-
demand self
-
service


Resource pooling


Rapid elasticity


Measured service


Broad network access

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Platform as a Service


Oracle cloud


Rackspace


Microsoft
Azure


Google

IaaS

PaaS

SaaS

Infrastructure as a Service


CHP


EC2, Telco‘s

Software as a Service


Oracle
cloud


Salesforce
.com

Cloud


Your Choices

There are basically three choices

Application

App Server

Middleware

Security

Database

Sys. Mgmt.

OS

HW

SaaS

Combination

of

PaaS | IaaS


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I

N

T

E

R

N

E

T

Public Clouds

IaaS

PaaS

SaaS

Public Clouds and Private Clouds


IaaS

PaaS

SaaS

I

N

T

R

A

N

E

T

Private Cloud

Users

Public Clouds:


Lower
upfront

costs


Economies of scale


Simpler to manage


OpEx

Private Cloud:


Lower
total

costs


Greater control over security, compliance &
quality of service


Easier integration


CapEx

&
OpEx

Both offer:


High efficiency


High availability


Elastic capacity


Used by multiple
tenants on a
shared basis


Hosted and
managed by
cloud service
provider


Limited variety of
offerings


Exclusively used
by a single
organization


Controlled and
managed by

in
-
house IT


Large number of
applications

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$0
$10.000
$20.000
$30.000
$40.000
$50.000
$60.000
$70.000
$80.000
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
SaaS
PaaS
SISaaS
Server
Storage
2010


Cloud Share

52%

7%

21%

11%

9%


Source:
IDC #228485
Worldwide and Regional Public IT Cloud Services 2011
-
2015 Forecast

(July 2011)
-

2010
-
2015 CAGR: 28.4%

$ M

Search for New Market Growth

Revenue by Technology Segment

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$0
$10.000
$20.000
$30.000
$40.000
$50.000
$60.000
$70.000
$80.000
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
United States
Canada
WE
Japan
APxJ
CEE
MEA
LA

Source:
IDC #228485 (September 2011)
-

2010
-
2015 CAGR: 27.6%

Public Cloud Services Revenue by Region

$Millions 16,101


21,544


28,173


36,124 45,477 57,387

72,855

LA: 69.4%

MEA: 56.1%

CEE: 43.7%

APxJ
: 44.7%

JAP: 41.3%

WE: 35.1%

CAN: 28.6%

US: 19.9%

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Cloud Market Observations


Source:
Informa

Telecoms & Media

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… and adopt
PaaS

for Standard Services

Source: IOUG ResearchWire member
study
on Cloud Computing, conducted in
Aug
-
Sept 2011

Platform as a Service
(
PaaS
)

Infrastructure as a Service
(
IaaS
)

Database platform
as a service

Application
server platform
as a service

Software
Dev/Test

as a service

0

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

Storage

as a service

Compute

as a service

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Private Cloud Adoption Is Increasing

Source: IOUG ResearchWire member
studies
on Cloud Computing, conducted in
Aug
-
Sept 2010 and Aug
-
Sept 2011

Yes, in
production at
scale, 17.7%

Yes, in
limited use,
12.2%

Yes, in pilot
stage, 7.1%

Preliminary
planning,
7.5%

Under
consideratio
n, 10.6%

No, 35.4%

Don’t

know/

unsure,

9.5
%

Yes, in
production
at scale,
11.3%

Yes, in
limited use,
12.8%

Yes, in pilot
stage, 4.5%

Preliminary
planning,
4.9%

Under
consideratio
n, 10.5%

No, 47.4%

Don’t

know/

unsure,

8.7
%

2011

2010

37% have private clouds in 2011 (+28% from 2010)

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Growing interest in PaaS

Source: Forrester Research, PaaS Market Sizing

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Many Cloud Use Cases

Source: IOUG ResearchWire member
study
on Cloud Computing, conducted in
Aug
-
Sept 2011

Private Cloud

Public Cloud

New applications more often
than extensions to existing

Both dev/test and production

Enterprise more often then
departmental

More often used by employees
than external users

Both stable and dynamic
workloads. Cloudbursting rare.

Long
-
lived apps more often
than temporary

Observations

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Why Are Enterprises Interested in Cloud?

What Are the Challenges Enterprises Face
?

Speed

Cost

QoS

Fit

Security

Benefits

Challenges/Issues

Source: IDC eXchange, "IT Cloud Services User Survey, pt. 2: Top Benefits & Challenges," (http://blogs.idc.com/ie/?p=210), Oc
tob
er 2, 2008

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PRIVATE

PUBLIC

HYBRID

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IT Operations

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IT Operations

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IT Operations

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Excess

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PATCH

PROVISION

UPDATES

&

UPGRADES

FRAGMENTED

MANAGEMENT

DIAGNOSE

SPECIAL CONFIG

MONITOR

Excess

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I.T. Challenge

Increasing Requirements

on IT Infrastructure

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Private Cloud Solution

Applications

Packaged Apps

Bespoke Apps

ISV Apps

Enterprise
Management

SOA Suite &
BPM Suite

Security:

Identity Mgmt

Data Integrator
&
GoldenGate

User Engagement:


Database

Cloud Application

Foundation

Platform as a Service

VM for x86

Oracle
Linux

Oracle Solaris

VM
for
RISC

Infrastructure as a Service

Storage

Servers

Cloud
Lifecycle
Management

Business
-

Driven
Application
Management

Cloud Stack
Management

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The Journey to Cloud…

Define a single
solution for a given
problem

Standardize

Reduce the
footprint of
deployed
applications

Consolidate

Increase
automation and
reduce manual
tasks for
managing IT

Automate

Achieve new
operational
models & greatest
efficiency

Optimize

Define strategy,
Enterprise
Architecture and
Roadmap for Cloud

Roadmap

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Cloud Is a Multi
-
Year Journey

Technology Capital Spending
0.00%
10.00%
20.00%
30.00%
40.00%
50.00%
60.00%
70.00%
80.00%
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Year
% of total capital
Application Development
Infrastructure
Case

Study

Technology Capital Spending

% of total capital

BOTTOM LINE RESULT:

Northern Trust has seen a shift in spending from
infrastructure management to a focus on developing
new
capabilities

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PRIVATE

PUBLIC

HYBRID

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What About Risk? Are All Clouds The Same?


Incomplete processes and insight


Fragmented User Experience


Deployment lock
-
in


Inability to customize


Security, scale, and reliability




WARNING!

Niche Cloud
Providers

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Niche Cloud Providers Deliver Limited Power



Immature functionality


Incomplete insight and
fragmented user experience


High
-
risk, low performance

Niche Cloud
Provider

Niche Cloud
Provider

Niche Cloud
Provider

Business
Intelligence

?

?

?


Business
Processes

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Niche Cloud Providers Offer Limited Choice


No Exit Strategy
or Portability

One
-
Size Fits All
Model

Proprietary Platforms
and Cloud Silos

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Niche Cloud Providers Offer Limited

Accountability



Built on stack they don’t own


Deployed on hardware they don’t make


Run in data centers they’re not
responsible for

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Database

Java

Developer

Storage

Messaging

Platform &
Infrastructure
Services

Oracle Cloud

Complete Suite of Integrated Services

Social

Marketing

Social Engagement
& Monitoring

Social

Network

Data

& Insight

Social

Sites

Human
Capital
Management

Talent
Management

Sales &
Marketing

Customer
Service &
Support

Enterprise
Resource
Planning

Planning &
Budgeting

Financial
Reporting

Application

Services

Social
Services

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PRIVATE

PUBLIC

HYBRID

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Choose Degree of Control, Visibility and Adoption Speed


Removing Fear of Lock
-
in and promote agility


Removing uncertainty of future and cost of re
-
write


Allowing cloud bursting for unanticipated loads

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Cloud Services Framework


Use the Cloud Services
Framework to plan your
journey thru Cloud


The first two services:


Cloud Strategy Workshop


Cloud Solution Workshop


Delivered as free consulting
service to set the scope of
the Cloud Journey

Enterprise
Deployment
Model

Reference Cloud
Implementation

Platform
Upgrade

Exadata /
Exalogic
Services

Platform
Consolidation

Application
Migration

DR & Failover
Automation

Cloud
Operations
Model

Self Service
Provisioning

Cloud
Architecture &
Roadmap

Cloud Solution
Workshop

Cloud Strategy
Workshop

Business
Evolution

Metering /
Charge
-
Back

Quality of
Service
Optimisation

Cloud Competency Centre

Standardise

Consolidate

Automate

Optimise

Roadmap

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Q&A

Ahmed.adly@oracle.com


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