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Open Cloud Alliance

Trust and Choice for the Cloud

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Open Cloud Alliance

Trust and Choice for the Cloud  Open Cloud Day 2015, Bern Peter Ganten Founder and CEO, Univention 

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Todays Cloud Services

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Todays Cloud Services

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Todays Cloud Services

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Todays Cloud Services

SOFTWARE

ON PREMISES

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Todays Cloud Services

MIGRATION

SOFTWARE

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Todays Cloud Services

MIGRATION

CHOICE

SOFTWARE

ON PREMISES

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Todays Cloud Services

MIGRATION

CHOICE

CONTROL

SOFTWARE

ON PREMISES

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Todays Cloud Services

MIGRATION

CHOICE

CONTROL

SOFTWARE

ON PREMISES

INNOVATION

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Powerful Scripting Languages

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Powerful Scripting Languages

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Powerful Scripting Languages

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Inhibitors of Cloud Adoption

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Inhibitors of Cloud Adoption

#1. Security of Corporate Data and Application

Both SMB and Mid-Market are very concerned about the data and application security. BDMs express higher levels of concern than ITDMs.

Source: Techaisle: SMB & Midmarket Cloud Trends, cited in

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Inhibitors of Cloud Adoption

#1. Security of Corporate Data and Application

Both SMB and Mid-Market are very concerned about the data and application security. BDMs express higher levels of concern than ITDMs.

#2. Control Over Data, Users and Application

Can we access and manage data, users and applications in the cloud as well as on-premise?

Source: Techaisle: SMB & Midmarket Cloud Trends, cited in

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Inhibitors of Cloud Adoption

Source: Techaisle: SMB & Midmarket Cloud Trends, cited in

http://www.acecloudhosting.com/blog/1495_top-inhibitors-cloud-adoption-smbs/

#1. Security of Corporate Data and Application

Both SMB and Mid-Market are very concerned about the data and application security. BDMs express higher levels of concern than ITDMs.

#2. Control Over Data, Users and Application

Can we access and manage data, users and applications in the cloud as well as on-premise?

#5. Fear of Lock-in With Service Provider

As an outcome of data control issues, SMB and Mid-Market business fear that once they select a service provider they'll be locked in.

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Source: North Bridge Venture Partners 4th Annual Future of Cloud Computing Survey for 2014

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Source: North Bridge Venture Partners 4th Annual Future of Cloud Computing Survey for 2014

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Inhibitors of Cloud Adoption

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Inhibitors of Cloud Adoption

Source: Gigaom Research Enterprise IT Buyers Survey, North Bridge Future of Cloud Computing Survey, 2014

Reliability Interoperability Cost Complexity Network bandwidth Lock-In Compliance Privacy Security 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 17 19 22 24 24 29 29 33 46 Leading-edge Buyers

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Inhibitors of Cloud Adoption

#6. Difficulty In Integration with Cloud System

Since they are new to clouds and have less confidence in vendors, it seems quite difficult to integrate existing systems

with the cloud.

#7. Difficulty With Cloud Management

ITDMs are more concerned with cloud management than their BDMs about the technical issues, service access issues and

integration issues.

Source: Gigaom Research Enterprise IT Buyers Survey, North Bridge Future of Cloud Computing Survey, 2014

Reliability Interoperability Cost Complexity Network bandwidth Lock-In Compliance Privacy Security 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 17 19 22 24 24 29 29 33 46 Leading-edge Buyers

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Inhibitors of Cloud Adoption

#6. Difficulty In Integration with Cloud System

Since they are new to clouds and have less confidence in vendors, it seems quite difficult to integrate existing systems

with the cloud.

#7. Difficulty With Cloud Management

ITDMs are more concerned with cloud management than their BDMs about the technical issues, service access issues and

integration issues.

#3. Limitations In The Accessible Services

Most SMBs think that there will be a limitation in the access on the services offered by the cloud hosting providers.

#4. Poor Cloud Connectivity

Can we get to data and applications when we are on the road or not at the office?

Source: Gigaom Research Enterprise IT Buyers Survey, North Bridge Future of Cloud Computing Survey, 2014

Reliability Interoperability Cost Complexity Network bandwidth Lock-In Compliance Privacy Security 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 17 19 22 24 24 29 29 33 46 Leading-edge Buyers

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The solution are cloud services 

based on software

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The solution are cloud services 

based on software

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The solution are cloud services 

based on software

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The solution are cloud services 

based on software

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Open Cloud Alliance

This is a huge opportunity for 

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This is a huge opportunity for 

Cloud Service Providers!

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This is a huge opportunity for 

Cloud Service Providers!

If they are local, operate under local jurisdiction If they can provide security and trust 

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Open Cloud Alliance

This is a huge opportunity for 

Cloud Service Providers!

If they are local, operate under local jurisdiction If they can provide security and trust  If they can provide a comprehensive set of integrated  applications

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This is a huge opportunity for 

Cloud Service Providers!

If they are local, operate under local jurisdiction If they can provide security and trust  If they can provide a comprehensive set of integrated  applications With integration with the customers' on­premises  infrastructure

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Open Cloud Alliance

The Challenge

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The Challenge

Independent Software Vendors

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Open Cloud Alliance

The Challenge

Independent Software Vendors Cloud Service Providers

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The Challenge

Independent Software Vendors Cloud Service Providers

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Open Cloud Alliance

The Challenge

Independent Software Vendors Cloud Service Providers

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The Challenge

Independent Software Vendors Cloud Service Providers

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Open Cloud Alliance

The Challenge

Independent Software Vendors Cloud Service Providers

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The Challenge

Independent Software Vendors Cloud Service Providers

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The Challenge

Independent Software Vendors Cloud Service Providers

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The Challenge

Independent Software Vendors Cloud Service Providers

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Open Cloud Alliance

An Open Platform

Independent Software Vendors Cloud Service Providers

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Open Cloud Alliance

An Open Platform

Independent Software Vendors Cloud Service Providers

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Open Cloud Alliance

An Open Platform

Independent Software Vendors Cloud Service Providers

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Open Cloud Alliance

An Open Platform

Independent Software Vendors Cloud Service Providers

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Open Cloud Alliance

Applications

 

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OCA Stack

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Intel x86 architecture

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Intel x86 architecture

IBM / Lenovo hardware systems

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Open Cloud Alliance Intel x86 architecture IBM / Lenovo hardware systems Cloud Management OpenStack / Docker

OCA Stack

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Open Cloud Alliance Intel x86 architecture IBM / Lenovo hardware systems Cloud Management OpenStack / Docker Univention Corporate Server

OCA Stack

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OCA Stack

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Open Cloud Alliance Intel x86 architecture IBM / Lenovo hardware systems Cloud Management OpenStack / Docker Univention Corporate Server

Enterprise Apps Apps Apps Apps

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Open Cloud Alliance Intel x86 architecture IBM / Lenovo hardware systems Cloud Management OpenStack / Docker Univention Corporate Server Customers with LDAP / AD Integration

Enterprise Apps Apps Apps Apps

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Open Cloud Alliance Intel x86 architecture IBM / Lenovo hardware systems Cloud Management OpenStack / Docker Univention Corporate Server Customers with LDAP / AD Integration

Enterprise Apps Apps Apps Apps

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Charter

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Charter

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Charter

OCA partners will not hinder migrations

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Charter

OCA partners will not hinder migrations OCA partners will support cross­cloud integration OCA partners will support integration with non­OCA  cloud offerings (e.g. Microsoft or Google)

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Charter

OCA partners will not hinder migrations OCA partners will support cross­cloud integration OCA partners will support integration with non­OCA  cloud offerings (e.g. Microsoft or Google) Software vendors have free choice of licence and  support cloud and on­premises scenarios

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Charter

OCA partners will not hinder migrations OCA partners will support cross­cloud integration OCA partners will support integration with non­OCA  cloud offerings (e.g. Microsoft or Google) Software vendors have free choice of licence and  support cloud and on­premises scenarios The integration platform is developed as an Open  Source project governed by Univention

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Charter

OCA partners will not hinder migrations OCA partners will support cross­cloud integration OCA partners will support integration with non­OCA  cloud offerings (e.g. Microsoft or Google) Software vendors have free choice of licence and  support cloud and on­premises scenarios The integration platform is developed as an Open  Source project governed by Univention OCA is not exclusive

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Join us and stay tuned

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Contact

Peter Ganten ganten@univention.de +49 421 22232­60 (Tel.) +49 421 22232­99 (Fax) Univention GmbH Mary­Somerville­Str. 1 28359 Bremen www.univention.de

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