Travel to the ERP Cloud
Carl Hentsch
Myappsanywhere
GPUG® Summit 2011
November 8-11
Caesars Palace – Las Vegas, NV
Agenda
 Introduction
 What is Cloud Computing?
 Keys to Success in Looking for a Cloud Provider
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What is the Cloud
 Computing power accessed from any internet connection
– To your desktop or mobile device
– Shared resources for storage and processing
– Month-to-month commitment
– Pay per user
– Rapidly deployed
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Types of Cloud Computing
On-premise
Servers
Public Cloud
Hybrid
Private Cloud
Software as a service
User Productivity
Platform as a service
Rapidly Develop Apps
Infrastructure as a service
Reduce Management
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A. 50%
B. 25%
C. 10%
D. 5%
E. 2%
Who Is Using Cloud Computing
Currently?
In the Cloud
10%
On-Premise
90%
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Cloud Travel Forecast
2012
2013
20%
40%
80%
90%
Businesses
own no
IT assets*
Enterprises
will adopt a
hybrid Cloud*
Fortune 1000
use some
Cloud
Computing*
Usage from
businesses not
currently in the
Cloud**
*Gartner
**Bain
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Why the Cloud?
NEW
ECONOMICS
REDUCED
MANAGEMENT
REDEFINING
PRODUCTIVITY
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Cloud Benefits to Organizations
New Economics
Ease in
Scaling Your
Business
Faster Time
to Market
Enhanced
Practitioner
Mobile
Access and
Consumption
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Cloud Benefits to Organizations
Reduced Management
Reduced
IT Costs
Flexibility
Highly
Automated
Agility
More
Mobility
Easy to
Implement
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Cloud Benefits to Organizations
Redefining Productivity
Improve
Information
Analysis
Expand Your
Market
Market
Differentiation
Streamline
Collaboration
Simplify
Cost
Management
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Typical Cloud Concerns
SECURITY
CONCERNS
LOSS OF
CONTROL
RELIABILITY
COST
EFFICIENCY
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Who Is A Good Fit For Hosting?
Lack necessary hardware to upgrade
Time to replace hardware
Insurmountable lapsed fees
Limited or reduced IT staff
Multiple locations
Security and compliance
Add users and functionality with limited budgets
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Next Steps
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Educate Yourself
• Visit websites and blogs
• Federal Cloud Computing Strategy
– www.cio.gov/documents/Federal-Cloud-Computing-Strategy.pdf
• Ask other GPUG members
• Talk to your Partner
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Identify Areas that are Cloud Ready
What needs to be scalable
What is critical and needs disaster recovery?
What On-premise Solutions are also available in the cloud?
What equipment will need to be replaced in the near future?
What software licenses are mobile and could benefit from
upgrades?
• What functions could be handled remotely?
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Identify Business Value Process
 Identify and convene stakeholders/decision makers
 Identify business value categories and metrics
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Increased scalability
On-going maintenance and upgrades
Elimination of hardware purchases
Disaster recovery
Mobility
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Checklist for Cloud Provider
Evaluation
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Data ownership/mobility
Uptime Guarantees
Implementation Experience
Integration Capabilities
Service Level Agreements
Data Storage
Performance History
Customizations
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Next Steps
Determine Requirements
• Data
• Services
Identify Risks
Mitigate Risks
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Q&A
Carl Hentsch
Solutions Consultant
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[email protected]
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