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Welcome to architect insight 2009

Welcome to Architect Insight 2009

What does Mickey Mouse have to tell us about the Cloud?


Why bother with the cloud

Why bother with the cloud?

  • The opportunity from cloud computing is to:

    • Private cloud will be worth $20 billion dollars in 2012

    • Just have access to more virtualised machines without building more datacentre space

    • have software services provided by someone else over the internet

    • shift everything we have into the cloud

    • give me something even more intangible than my datacentre is already, which means that the business are just going to keep reducing my budget

    • stop me having to spend so much money on the things that don’t matter to delivering IT (cooling, lighting, rack space)

    • help me avoid being caught out spending CapEx on new systems because now I can do the same with just OpEx

    • no longer need to do capacity planning

    • I can centralise everything in one place


My definition

My definition

  • Cloud is an approach

  • Cloud is an evolution not a revolution

    • It brings together Utility computing

    • Software as a service

    • Adds Platform as a service

    • Realised in Software and services


Why bother with the cloud1

Why bother with the cloud?

  • Because the cloud is going to help us redefine how we architect our technology systems

  • Because the cloud is going to help us create new flexibility and agility

  • Because cloud computing has given us a new architectural paradigm, not just a service in the sky.

  • But the cloud demands a new respect, some new skills and some new discipline


So what can we learn from mickey mouse

So what can we learn from Mickey Mouse?


Why might we create more chaos

Why might we create more chaos?

Primary Workload

2 x Web Role

3 x Worker Role

Risk simulation

External Service

x

Workload 5

Workload6

Workload 4

Workload1

Workload 2

Workload 3

Storage 5

Stores computed data


Why might we create more chaos1

Why might we create more chaos?

  • Ok, so we make a mess, we can always just wipe it clean and start again?


The most important chaos avoiding strategy

The most important chaos avoiding strategy:

  • Map your business capabilities

  • Align you technology workloads to those capabilities

  • Adapt your service management

  • Now decide where you want to run those workloads..


How can we create something beautiful

How can we create something beautiful?

Manage risk

Real-time Risk Engine

Risk simulation

Risk analysis

Monitor Risk

Manage credit risk

Manage counterparty limits

Manage P & L

Manage stochastic volatility

Monitor trade risk

Analyse portfolio risk

Stress test risk models

Required

technology

workloads


How can we create something beautiful1

How can we create something beautiful?

Workload1

Workload 2

Real-time Risk Engine

Risk simulation

Risk analysis

Primary Workload

Workload distributed

Virtual Server

Virtual Server

Virtual Server

Virtual Server

Virtual Server

Virtual Server

Containerised Hardware


How can we create something beautiful2

How can we create something beautiful?

Workload 2

Risk analysis

Risk simulation

Workload 2

Workload1

Real-time Risk Engine

Primary Workload

x

Workload distributed

Workload provided by the Application Fabric

Virtual Server

Virtual Server

Virtual Server

Virtual Server

Virtual Server

Physical server

Containerised Hardware

On premise Hardware


Tactics for avoiding chaos

Tactics for avoiding chaos

  • Understand the value of the cloud to you and your business

  • Ruthlessly focus on the business capabilities we’re providing technology workloads for and the data you have

  • Understand technology capabilities and work out what shifts to the cloud

  • Build with scalability in mind

  • Pragmatic cloud governance and appropriate monitoring

  • There’s no substitute for trying it out to learn it

  • You have more choice now..


Final thought

Final thought

  • The cloud is all about to get personal…

  • Don’t believe me…???


Final thought1

Final thought

  • The Web on mobile devices like the iPhone. Finally it's really usable on a phone.

  • Location aware applications and services

  • The Web in cars. 

  • Next-generation Wi-Fi digital cameras are wifi-enabled

  • Web picture frames such as Ceiva

  • The Web in restaurants and stores.

  • GardenGro'ssensor connects your garden to the Web

  • Everything becomes trackable with RFID.

  • Sensors are connecting to the Web and popping up everywhere.

  • Plastic Logic's portable plastic reading device.

  • The beginnings of an Internet of Things

  • The rise of Lifestreaming

  • Progress on Augmented Reality

  • These are just a few data points. There are many many more. The trendline is clear

Nova Spivak 2009


Thank you

Thank you..

  • Thank you for taking the time to listen to me:

  • Thanks to:

    • Dave Coplin

    • Darren Jefford

    • Ulrich Homann

    • Nova Spivak:

    • Walt Disney


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