skills transformation n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Skills Transformation PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Skills Transformation

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 42

Skills Transformation - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 157 Views
  • Uploaded on

2012 ISECON/CONISAR. Skills Transformation. Alok Shrivastava Senior Director, Education Services,. EMC Corporation. 11/02/2012. CLOUD . TRANSFORMS IT. BIG DATA. TRANSFORMS BUSINESS. Agenda. Introduction Cloud Transforms IT IT Organizations’ View

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Skills Transformation' - yestin


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
skills transformation

2012 ISECON/CONISAR

Skills Transformation

Alok Shrivastava

Senior Director, Education Services,

EMC Corporation

11/02/2012

slide2

CLOUD

TRANSFORMS IT

BIG DATA

TRANSFORMS BUSINESS

agenda

Agenda

  • Introduction
  • Cloud Transforms IT
    • IT Organizations’ View
    • Industry Trends - Expertise and Skills
    • What are we doing about it?
  • Big Data Transforms Business
    • Big Data Analytics and Data Science
    • Industry trends - Opportunities
    • What are we doing about it?
  • EMC and Fresh College Graduates
    • What we value?
    • Programs
emc corporation at a glance
EMC Corporation at a Glance

EMC is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver information technology as a service (ITaaS). Fundamental to this transformation is cloud computing. Through innovative products and services, EMC accelerates the journey to cloud computing, helping IT departments to store, manage, protect and analyze their most valuable asset — information — in a more agile, trusted and cost-efficient way.

  • Customers range from startups to Global 500
  • Ranked 139 in Global Fortune 500
  • 53,500 employees across 80 countries
    • Extensive focus on Education & Development
  • $20 Billion in revenue in 2011
  • Since 2003:
    • Invested $12B in R&D
    • Invested 14.5B in acquisitions
information technology transformation
Information Technology Transformation

PC/

Microprocessor

Mainframe

Networked/

Distributed

Computing

Cloud Computing

Mini

characteristics of traditional it departments
Characteristics of Traditional IT Departments
  • Bureaucratic
  • Unresponsive
  • Constrained budgets
  • Controlling

Executives question high CAPEX and OPEX expenditures

  • Lack of confidence in IT
transforming it to provide business value
Transforming IT to Provide Business Value

Build products and services that support business objectives

  • Managed like a service business
  • Acknowledge publiccloud competition
  • Communicate value in
  • business terms
  • Flexible and responsive
  • Cultivate LOB relationships
  • Become strategic business partner

IT-as-a-Service

it transformation components
IT Transformation Components

DNA, Skills, Roles & Organizational Alignment

“Front Office” Capabilities

Service Accountabilities

Technology Breadth

Enabling Technology

Private, Hybrid, Public Clouds

End-to-end Automation

Financial Transparency

Self-service Capabilities

A New IT Business Model

Service Oriented

Market Driven

“P & L” Focused

Broker and Builder

it transformation journey to the cloud

Cloud

(ITaaS)

Cloud Services

Virtualized

Infrastructure

IT Transformation: Journey to the Cloud

Virtualized

Data Center

Classic

Data Center

Virtualized

Infrastructure

what are the implications for it roles
What Are the Implications for IT Roles?

Before

After

Architecture

and Design

Designing a consolidated multi-tenant cloud infrastructure

Designing custom dedicated infrastructure

Build and

Operate

Building

Provisioning

Configuring

Monitoring and break-fix

Automation

Capacity planning

Performance management

IT process engineering

Product and

Service

Management

Developing, marketing, selling, delivering, and supporting service offerings

Responding to service

requests and tickets

challenges identified by it storage managers
Challenges Identified by IT/Storage Managers
  • Managing storage growth
  • Storage consolidation
  • Designing, deploying, and managing Backup, Recovery, and Archive
  • Designing, deploying, and managing disaster recovery solutions
  • Making informed strategic/big-picture decisions
  • Designing, deploying, and managing storage in virtualized environments
  • Lack of skilled storage professionals
  • Designing, deploying, and managing storage in Cloud environments
  • Lack of skilled cloud technology professionals
  • Convincing higher management to adopt Cloud
  • Infrastructure for Big Data analytics
  • Managing external Cloud service providers
  • And . . .
  • Rapid shift from Classic to Virtualized and Cloud environment
  • Widening knowledge gap due to Virtualization and Cloud
  • Plans to hire additional 36.4% storage professionals
  • Shortage of storage/cloud-educated workforce in the industry

Source: Managing Information Storage – Trends, Challenges, and Options 2012-13 – a global study of over 600 companies.

slide12
IT Megatrend: The Rate of IT TransformationData/Storage Migration to Virtualized and Cloud Environments

Source: Managing Information Storage – Trends, Challenges, and Options 2012-13 – a global study of over 600 companies.

increasing skills gap for it transformation
Increasing skills gap for IT transformation

Increasing awareness of cross-domain impact of cloud

Managers/Organizations

Source: Managing Information Storage – Trends, Challenges, and Options 2012-13 – a global study of over 600 companies.

managing storage in virtualized and cloud environments
Managing storage in virtualized and cloud environments

Managers’ view on current skills of storage professionals

Source: Managing Information Storage – Trends, Challenges, and Options 2012-13 – a global study of over 600 companies.

cross domain skills for cloud infrastructure

17% individuals possess skills in all listed domains

38.9% individuals possess skills in OS, storage, and networking

Cross-domain skills for cloud infrastructure

Self representation of storage professionals on their cross-domain skills

Source: Managing Information Storage – Trends, Challenges, and Options 2012-13 – a global study of over 600 companies.

hiring plans for the next 12 months
Hiring Plans for the Next 12 Months

Plans to grow 34.6% Y/Y

+30.2%

+36.8%

+44.1%

+13.3%

+41.8%

Source: Managing Information Storage – Trends, Challenges, and Options 2012-13 – a global study of over 600 companies.

building storage groups finding expertise
Building Storage Groups: Finding Expertise

Source: Managing Information Storage – Trends, Challenges, and Options 2012-13 – a global study of over 600 companies.

emc s cloud education solutions

Comprehensive ‘open’ - curriculum training and certifications

Focus on concepts and principles of technology

Applicable to any/multi-vendor products/solutions

Based on National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) definition of Cloud Computing

Creative self-paced learning in addition to traditional classroom training

Robust, multi-tiered curriculum aligned to industry-standard EMC Proven Professional certification

Currently over 11,000 Professionals have completed or undergoing training; Over 2,000 achieved certification

EMC’s Cloud Education Solutions

Essential characteristics of cloud computing (Source: NIST)

it transformation challenges and education solutions
IT transformation challenges and education solutions

Enable your IT professionals to understand the concepts and principles of virtualization and cloud infrastructure technologies

Cloud Infrastructure and Service and

Information Storage and Management V2

education and certification

Establish and enable a team of cloud and domain architects to plan and design cloud infrastructure, combining business requirements and technology considerations

Cloud Architect and Data Center Architecteducation and certification

cloud infrastructure and services
Cloud Infrastructure and Services

Make informed decisions on your migration to cloud

  • Required: Cross-organization, cross-domain expertise
    • Server, Network, Storage, and other cloud building blocks
  • Required: Organization-wide, shared understanding on:
    • Objectives – Why cloud computing?
    • Migration Roadmap – How to get there?
    • Tools and Deployment Models
    • Business continuity considerations
    • Management responsibilities
    • Security considerations
    • Strategy, migration best practices
information storage and management v2
Information Storage and Management V2

Store, Manage, and Protect Digital Information in Classic, Virtualized, and Cloud Environments:

  • Storage subsystems, RAID and intelligent storage systems
  • Storage networking technologies such as FC-SAN, IP-SAN, FCoE, NAS and object-based, and unified storage
  • Business continuity solutions, backup and replications, along with archive for managing fixed content
  • Key characteristics, services, deployment models, and infrastructure components for a cloud computing
  • Information security requirements and solutions, and managing and monitoring storage infrastructure

This course is a must for all storage, systems, disaster recovery, backup-recovery professionals. This content is also the basis for a technical best seller book by Wiley publishing by the same title.

slide22

Cloud Architect / Data Center Architect

Planning and designing skills for the Journey to the Cloud

Cloud

Virtualized

IT_as_a_Service

  

EMCCA

Cross-Domain

Cloud Architects

Virtualized Infrastructure

  

Classic

Cloud Infrastructure and Services

  

Storage Networking

  

Information Availability

  

EMCDCA

Storage Domain

Architects

Information Storage Security

  

Storage Services Management

  

emc proven professional cloud architect training and certifications
EMC Proven ProfessionalCloud Architect Training and Certifications

Request Service

Define Service

Cloud Services

Virtualized

Infrastructure

Self-Service Portal

Customers

Service Catalog

IT and Business

Service Request

Management

Configuration ManagementSystem

Decommission

Service

IT-as-a-Service

Operations and Governance

Performance Compliance

and Financial Management

Discovery and

Automated Provisioning

Virtualized Infrastructure

Middleware

& APIs

Business

vApps

vStorage vCompute Mgt Apps vConnectivity

Management

EMCCAe –

IT-as-a-Service

EMCCA-

Virtualized Infrastructure

EMCCIS -

Cloud Infrastructure

and Services

Cloud Services

Virtualized Infrastructure

Physical Infrastructure

it skills transformation approach
IT skills transformation Approach

Design robust cloud environment

2

Initiate Change

1

Build the design team

Design cloud Environment

Skill uplead IT architects

Cloud InfrastructureandServices (CIS)

Cloud Architects

In-house

and

and/or

Engage ExternalConsultants

Execute Individual

Development Plans

Domain Architects

IT-as-a-ServicePlanning and Design

Develop expertise to build (in-house or via consultants) comprehensive designs for your cloud environment aligned to your business objectives.

Virtualized Data Centerand Cloud Infrastructure

Develop IT-wide skills and gain mindshare

3

Cloud Infrastructureand Services (CIS)

Transform your entire IT team

Develop expertise to define IT transformation strategy and technical/organizational/business objectives and requirements.

and/or

Develop required level of cloud computing skills across the entire technical IT Teams and gain their mindshare to support the IT Transformation plans and implementation.

slide25

CLOUD

TRANSFORMS IT

BIG DATA

TRANSFORMS BUSINESS

slide26

From the dawn of civilization until 2003

humankind generated

FIVE exabytes of data

Today

we produce five exabytes

every TWO DAYS

26

exploding data volumes require a new approach to analytics collaboration
Exploding Data Volumes Require a New Approach to Analytics & Collaboration

MEASURED IN

TERABYTES

1TB = 1,000GB

MEASURED IN

PETABYTES

1PB = 1,000TB

WILL BE MEASURED IN

EXABYTES

1EB = 1,000PB

LARGE

VOLUME OF INFORMATION

SMALL

2000’s

(CONTENT & DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT)

1990’s

(RDBMS, DATA WAREHOUSE)

2010’s

(NO-SQL, KEY/VALUE)

slide29

“The ability to take data – to be able to understand it, to process it, to extract value from it, to visualize it, to communicate it – that’s going to be a hugely important skill in the next decades.”

Hal Varian, Chief Economist, Google

growth of data scientist opportunities
Growth of Data Scientist Opportunities
  • “A significant constraint on realizing value from big data will be a shortage of talent, particularly of people with deep expertise in statistics and machine learning, and the managers and analysts who know how to operate companies by using insights from big data."
  • By 2018...the United States alone faces a shortage of 140,000 to 190,000 people with analytical expertise and 1.5 million managers and analysts with the skills to understand and make decisions based on the analysis of big data.

Job Trends from Indeed.com

Average "big data" salaries for job postings nationwide are 45% higher than average salaries for all job postings nationwide.

Source: McKinsey Global Institute

Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition and productivity

May 2011

Source: McKinsey Global Institute ; Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition and productivity, May 2011

big data

Large Volumes

New Sources

Low Latencies

Big Data

Key Characteristics

Implications for the Enterprise

  • New Platforms
  • New Roles
  • New Techniques
industries are broadly embracing data science
Industries Are Broadly Embracing Data Science
  • Retail
    • CRM – Customer Scoring
    • Store Siting and Layout
    • Fraud Detection / Prevention
    • Supply Chain Optimization
  • Advertising & Public Relations
    • Demand Signaling
    • Ad Targeting
    • Sentiment Analysis
    • Customer Acquisition
  • Financial Services
    • Algorithmic Trading
    • Risk Analysis
    • Fraud Detection
    • Portfolio Analysis
  • Media & Telecommunications
    • Network Optimization
    • Customer Scoring
    • Churn Prevention
    • Fraud Prevention
  • Manufacturing
    • Product Research
    • Engineering Analytics
    • Process & Quality Analysis
    • Distribution Optimization
  • Energy
    • Smart Grid
    • Exploration
  • Government
    • Market Governance
    • Counter-Terrorism
    • Econometrics
    • Health Informatics
  • Healthcare & Life Sciences
    • Pharmaco-Genomics
    • Bio-Informatics
    • Pharmaceutical Research
    • Clinical Outcomes Research
data repositories an analyst perspective
Data Repositories, An Analyst Perspective

Analytic Sandbox

Data assets gathered from multiple sources and technologies for analysis

Data Islands

“Spreadmarts”

Isolated data marts

Data Warehouses

Centralized data containers in a purpose-built space

  • Spreadsheets and low-volume DB‘s for recordkeeping
  • Analyst dependent on data extracts
  • Supports BI and reporting, but restricts robust analyses
  • Analyst dependent on IT & DBAs for data access and schema changes
  • Analysts must spend significant time to get extracts from multiple sources
  • Enables high performance analytics using in-db processing
  • Reduces costs associated with data replication into "shadow" file systems
  • “Analyst-owned” rather than “DBA owned”
people skills
People & Skills

Deep Analytical Talent

Data Savvy Professionals

Three Key Roles of the New Data Ecosystem

Role

Data Scientists

Projected U.S. talent gap: 140,000 to 190,000

Projected U.S. talent gap: 1.5 million

Technology & Data Enablers

Note: Figures above reflect a projected talent gap in US in 2018, as shown in McKinsey May 2011 article Big Data: The next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity

profile of a data scientist
Profile of a Data Scientist

Quantitative

Curious & Creative

Technical

Communicative

& Collaborative

Skeptical

data science and big data analytics training and emcdsa certification
Data Science and Big Data Analytics Training and EMCDSA Certification
  • Provides a practical foundation for Data Science and Big Data Analytics
  • Enables immediate and effective participation on big data and other analytics projects
  • Assist reframing a business challenge as an analytics challenge
  • Deploy a structured lifecycle approach to data analytics problems
  • Apply appropriate analytic techniques and tools to analyze big data
  • Tell a compelling story with the data to drive business action

Audience:

  • Business and data analysts looking to add big data analytics skills
  • Managers of business intelligence, analytics, or big data groups
  • Database professionals looking to enrich their analytic skills
  • College graduates considering data science as a career

Recommended Prereqs:

  • Basic understanding of SQL
  • Basic understanding of statistics
  • Basic understanding of scripting language, such as PERL, Python, Java, or R
data science and big data analytics
Data Science and Big Data Analytics

Hands-on practitioner’s approach to analyzing Big Data

emc place to work for recent graduates
EMC – Place to work for Recent Graduates

Graduate Programs…

  • Sales Associate Programs
  • Global Services Associate Programs
    • Presales, Consultants, Delivery and Support engineers
  • Leadership Development Programs
    • IT, Engineering, Business Operations, Marketing, Human Resources, Finance and Global Services Organizations
  • Internships

University Programs

  • Global Academic Alliances

What we value…

  • Curiosity and Intellect
  • Thinking and Innovation
  • Integrity and Professionalism
  • Continuous Learning
emc academic alliance

EMC ACADEMIC ALLIANCE

Educating Future IT Professionals

http://education.EMC.com/AcademicAlliance

emc academic alliance program
EMC Academic Alliance Program

Transforming Students’ Opportunities

  • EMC Academic Alliance partners with colleges and universities worldwide to help educate students on information infrastructure technology
  • Prepares students for roles in virtualized and cloud environments
    • In increasingly complex IT environments
    • On organizations’ migration to the cloud
    • Increasingly sophisticated storage technologies
    • In big data and other analytics projects
    • On backup and recovery planning and implementation
  • Provides students with a competitive edge
  • As of Q3’2012:
    • 900+ institutions across 60+ countries
    • 150,000+ students educated
    • 400,000+ fans on Facebook/EMCAcademicAlliance
learn more at iscon 2012
Learn More at ISCON 2012
  • Managing Information Storage: Trends, Challenges, and Options 2012-2013
    • http://education.EMC.com/ManagingStorage
  • EMC Academic Alliance Program
    • http://education.emc.com/academicalliance/
  • Alok’s Blog
    • http://infocus.emc.com/author/alok_shrivastava/