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2. The future is cloudy?
3. About The 451 Group
Independent technology industry analyst company
Focused on the business of enterprise IT innovation
700+ customers across
Investors (150 VCs and 80 Investment Banks)
Service-providers (SIs, consulting, etc.)
Offices in New York (HQ), Boston, London, SF
80+ total employees w/ 35+ analysts
Tier1 Research covers hosting, colocation, content delivery, Internet and enterprise services
4. Introduction to CloudScape
CloudScape draws on the unique expertise of The 451 Group, with its ten year history of insight into grid, utility, and cloud computing, and Tier1 Research, the leading analyst company covering hosting, internet infrastructure and IT services.
5. CloudScape: Who is it for?
Who will be your customer tomorrow?
Do you need to change your overall strategy due to the changing customer?
Key technology requirements?
What services will your customer need?
What will it take to convince them that moving some or all of their workloads into the Cloud is a safe, cost-effective solution?
What kinds of service-level agreements will be required to be a full infrastructure-as-a-service provider for a hosting company supporting an enterprise?
- What workloads are best for cloud deployment?
6. Which type of cloud is the best? 7. Where and how can your organization get started? 8. Which suppliers are likely to be your best bet?Technology Vendors
Enterprise IT end users
Enterprise IT end users
Hosting, managed and IT service providers
9. The Cloud Codex: Our Definition
We began with a blank whiteboard and a vision of IT that seems to be hovering just over the horizon ready to be actualized but tantalizingly out of reach right now. The path to achieving that vision in a reasonable time frame must begin with answering a set of basic questions, and thats what the Cloud Codex is all about.
These questions include:
The Cloud Codex is available online now: http://www.451group.com/intake/cloudcodex
What are cloud services?
What are the different deployment models for an enterprise cloud?
Which cloud services will providers offer?
What features must be developed in order for cloud computing to reach a level of general deployment?
What are the criteria hard and fast for defining a cloud?
10. CloudScape: Deliverables
30 40 short form reports per month
Monthly digest of short form reports
Market Sizing Reports/Data
10 to 11 long form reports per year
All analysts contributing to this service are available for advisory services
11. Published Long-Form Reports
Cloud Computing Market Monitor Overview (market sizing)
Managing the Cloud: Performance
Managing the Cloud: Automation
Cloud Infrastructure Services 2: Here Come The Heavyweights
Identity in the Cloud: Winds of Change Forecast
Journeys in the Cloud
Cloud Storage: Enabling the Distributed Datacenter
Cloud Infrastructure Services 1: Managed Hosters
12. Long-Form Reports Coming Soon
Cloud Computing: Enterprise Selection
SaaS and the Cloud
PaaS and the Cloud
Cloud Codex 2010
Cloud Computing Market Overview
Elevation: Data and Application Security Rising Importance in Cloud Computing
Archiving in the Cloud
Mobile Cloud Computing
13. The evolution of cloud computing
14. Cloud criteria vs. architecture
15. The Cloud Spectrum
16. Cloud formations and user adoption
17. Four pillars of cloud computing
18. Sample Report
15 enterprise end user deployments
Scope (IaaS, PaaS, SaS)
19. Sample Market Forecast
Source: Tier1Research estimates
20. Sample Survey Data Specific concerns about Cloud deployment
Source: The 451 Group, XXXX