2014.06.13 - Cloud Brokerage, Pourquoi, Comment ? - IBM #CloudAccelerate - Loic Simon

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Support de l'atelier animé par Loic Simon d'Aspaway sur le theme du Cloud Services Brokerage et des Brokers - Courtiers de Services Cloud lors de la journée IBM #CloudAccelerate du 13 juin 2014 à Paris

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2014.06.13 - Cloud Brokerage, Pourquoi, Comment ? - IBM #CloudAccelerate - Loic Simon

  1. 1. Cloud [Services] Brokerage, Pourquoi & Comment ? Loic Simon IBM Business Development, Aspaway lsimon@aspaway.fr – 06 76 75 40 71 @loicsim - @cluballiances - @aspaway Avec la participation de Julien Chapard, IBM
  2. 2. 3 Sommaire Cloud Brokerage ? Pourquoi ? Comment ? Crédit photo : Loic Simon
  3. 3. Cloud Provider Cloud Builder Infrastructures Applications Technologies CSI VAR Client Technologies ISV MSP CSP Cloud Builder CSB Clients Infrastructures Applications Technologies CSI ISV MSP Ecosystème IT : Aujourd’hui et Demain Client Technologies VAR
  4. 4. Existant : Channel IT • VAR (Value Added Reseller) – (Revendeur à Valeur Ajoutée) • Prestataire de Services Métiers – Eg Agence de Marketing, Consultant « métier »… • Intégrateur Fonctionnel • ISV (Independant Software Vendor) – (Editeur de Logiciels) • MSP (Managed Service Provider) – (Hébergeur, Infogéreur) • CSI (Consulting & Systems Integration) • ESN (ex SSII) • Intégrateur d’Infrastructures • VAD (Value Added Distributor) – (Grossiste à Valeur Ajoutée) CSI VAR ISV MSP Client Technologies VAD
  5. 5. • CSB (Cloud Services Broker) – Courtier/Comparateur – Intégrateur de Services Cloud – Agrégateur de Services Cloud – Place de Marché – Prestataire de Services Métiers • CSP (Cloud Service Provider) – Applications – Infrastructures • Cloud Builder • Cloud Technology Provider • VAD (Value Added Distributor) Ecosystème Cloud CSP Cloud Builder CSB Client Infrastructures Applications Technologies VAD
  6. 6. Avec une offre évolutive de services managés pour clouds privés, publics et hybrides, Aspaway se développe sur le marché en forte croissance du Cloud Services Brokerage à valeur ajoutée. CSP Cloud Builder CSB Enterprise Infrastructures Applications Technologies VAD
  7. 7. Courtier en Services Cloud ! http://iamondemand.com/blog/who-are-you-cloud-broker/
  8. 8. Cloud Services Brokerage [Gartner]
  9. 9. Cloud Services Brokerage [Saugatuck]
  10. 10. Le DSI aussi devient Cloud Broker…
  11. 11. 12 Sommaire Cloud Brokerage ? Pourquoi ? Comment ? Crédit photo : Loic Simon
  12. 12. Marché du Cloud Brokerage The Cloud Brokerage Enablement market will grow from $225.42 million in 2013 to $2.03 billion by 2018, at a CAGR of 55.3%. Cloud Brokerage Enablers are software platforms that enable such services. The overall, global Cloud Brokerage market will grow from $1.57 billion in 2013 to $10.5 billion by 2018. This represents a CAGR of 46.2% from 2013 to 2018, according to MarketsandMarkets, a research firm. Crédit photo : Loic Simon
  13. 13. Marché Cloud France [IDC]
  14. 14. Cloud Computing Trends to Watch in 2014 1. It’s Not Just About Cutting Costs: Leading enterprises are using cloud to innovate and create competitive advantages. More case studies are needed and then second tier adopters will follow as a result. 2. Cloud as a Distribution Channel: In 2014 we will see major Software vendors increasingly use the Cloud as a way to launch and distribute all types of software and services. 3. Rise of Cloud API Marketplaces: Open APIs for access to hybrid enterprise/telco cloud-based applications will accelerate as a means to develop and deploy cloud applications. First movers gain an advantage. 4. Cloud Security: Demand for Cloud Security Services will increase as organizations drive for tighter security with encryption, automation and orchestration of security across all platforms and access points. 5. Private – Cloudy Forecast: Delays in implementing private clouds are opening the window for public clouds. 2014 will be a critical year for private cloud adoption. 6. Hybrids – Sunny Forecast: The sun is shining on hybrids. We should see a huge growth in 2014 around hybrid clouds, but data security and governance will become paramount to enabling this journey. 7. Mobile Clouds – Sunny Forecast: 2014 will see a growing realization that mobile app to cloud services is the key distributed application construct to focus on. Expect a whole new generation of cloud apps designed for mobile work force. 8. Cloud Brokerage Services: The crucial need will be to create or obtain capabilities to manage the different cloud environments with a consistent management framework. 9. Public Cloud Price Wars: As Google and MS ramp up their cloud efforts, expect AWS to lead with reductions in prices of cloud services. 10. AWS Innovation Continues: As AWS passes $4B in revenues, expect AWS to continue to rapidly innovate it’s services in order to attract enterprise clients. Expect AWS to make their clouds Hybrid-friendly. 11. Cloud Skills are in Demand: Education institutions are playing catchup as the demand for cloud computing skills outpaces all other IT skills. Expect colleges and universities around the world to beef up their computer science curriculums.
  15. 15. Cloud Hybride : Une tendance de fond Gartner prévoit que près de la moitié des grandes entreprises auront déployé du Cloud hybride d’ici la fin 2017
  16. 16. 17 Sommaire Cloud Brokerage ? Pourquoi ? Comment ? Crédit photo : Loic Simon
  17. 17. Appuyez-vous sur SoftLayer !
  18. 18. Exploitez [bientôt] l’IBM Cloud Marketplace… … en tant que Cloud Broker…
  19. 19. Cloud Computing Trends to Watch in 2014 1. It’s Not Just About Cutting Costs: Leading enterprises are using cloud to innovate and create competitive advantages. More case studies are needed and then second tier adopters will follow as a result. 2. Cloud as a Distribution Channel: In 2014 we will see major Software vendors increasingly use the Cloud as a way to launch and distribute all types of software and services. 3. Rise of Cloud API Marketplaces: Open APIs for access to hybrid enterprise/telco cloud-based applications will accelerate as a means to develop and deploy cloud applications. First movers gain an advantage. 4. Cloud Security: Demand for Cloud Security Services will increase as organizations drive for tighter security with encryption, automation and orchestration of security across all platforms and access points. 5. Private – Cloudy Forecast: Delays in implementing private clouds are opening the window for public clouds. 2014 will be a critical year for private cloud adoption. 6. Hybrids – Sunny Forecast: The sun is shining on hybrids. We should see a huge growth in 2014 around hybrid clouds, but data security and governance will become paramount to enabling this journey. 7. Mobile Clouds – Sunny Forecast: 2014 will see a growing realization that mobile app to cloud services is the key distributed application construct to focus on. Expect a whole new generation of cloud apps designed for mobile work force. 8. Cloud Brokerage Services: The crucial need will be to create or obtain capabilities to manage the different cloud environments with a consistent management framework. 9. Public Cloud Price Wars: As Google and MS ramp up their cloud efforts, expect AWS to lead with reductions in prices of cloud services. 10. AWS Innovation Continues: As AWS passes $4B in revenues, expect AWS to continue to rapidly innovate it’s services in order to attract enterprise clients. Expect AWS to make their clouds Hybrid-friendly. 11. Cloud Skills are in Demand: Education institutions are playing catchup as the demand for cloud computing skills outpaces all other IT skills. Expect colleges and universities around the world to beef up their computer science curriculums.
  20. 20. Aspaway fournit des solutions de Cloud Hybride infogéré pour les entreprises et accompagne les éditeurs et intégrateurs fonctionnels vers le SaaS Cloud Privé en France Accompagnement / Business SaaS Services Managés Hébergement Cloud Public d’Entreprise Plateformes PaaS & DevOps Offre / Vente / Avant-Vente Business Model / Stratégie Marketing / Communication Ecosystème / Partenariats Financement
  21. 21. Quelques Sources d’Informations Cloud • Blogs – Aspaway – Club Cloud – Thoughts on Cloud • Twitter – @aspaway – @loicsim – @cluballiances • LinkedIn – Aspaway Crédit photo : Loic Simon Loic Simon IBM Business Development, Aspaway lsimon@aspaway.fr 06 76 75 40 71

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