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The bank did their business on paper, and here is their marvelous piece of technology
Then came the advent of Computers and the bank went to IBM and said, We need an App. IBM complied..
The bank were a bit surprised to learn the needed so much stuff to run their app. They needed new buildings, they needed people, and all of this just to keep the app running
Then they needed to change the app, and IBM charged very high rates so they had to hire their own developers to write the code for the changes
The process of building and changing these apps was hard and ardous with very long cycles. The developers and their ecosystem of PMs and Business Managers were the kings of complexity
Let’s stick with the software for a bit, because the next thing that happens is a massive big disruption. From the well known commoditiser and budget software company…
Exactly SAP. Hard to get my head around considering the cost of their solutions, but they totally revolutionised software and the also democratised IT solutuons making the available to smaller companies… Closest thing to SFDC in the 80s,,,, SAP
Now let’s go back to the infrastructure for a bit.
So what does all this do to the business of infrastructure?
Infrastructure as code The operator in charge of the Infrastructure code is the new Neo. Karate kicking bullets, etc…
This is inevitable, and not even Neo can save you…
Infrastructure as code
Put an illustration of how the end ot end stack of hardware and stuff…
TIME PASSES AND AN INDUSTRY IS
Large companies everywhere build IT solutions to support the business
Complex business solutions
Long development time
Long time to market
Long time to value
Kings of complexity
In addition to the programmers the emergence of IT towers.
More on towers later on.
Much lower cost, but where did all the programmers go?
Much faster time to market and value
x86 tower (!= BCS)
Storage Tower (2?)
End User Tower
THE BUSINESS OF
Life of it’s own with career path and professional bodies
Formalized relationship to business
The new Kings of complexity
AND THE BANK……
All they ever wanted was an App
1950 60 70 80 90 0 10 20
Technology/Infrastructure vs People
THE NEXT DISRUPTER
Server for less than $5 per month.
Western Pay ~ 60,000 servers per Admin
Off Shore Pay ~ 30,000 servers per Admin
Time to market = very fast
Time to Value = very fast
IT is a tool for the business constrained by imagination only.