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  • exposé - matière potentielle : context
  • exposé
  • fiche de synthèse - matière potentielle : the business plan
  • fiche de synthèse - matière potentielle : business plan with the following scenario
  • expression écrite
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  • 1.3 software development tools
  • pharmaceutical product for the treatment of human heart failure
  • deployment 16 b.
  • price of a product
  • business plan
  • price elasticity of demand
  • systems

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Initial Lessons Learned on the Path to Cloud Computing
Mark E. Egan
CIO, VMware
October 2010
Confidential
© 2009 VMware Inc. All rights reservedIT Challenges Today - CIO Perfect Storm
Majority of Activities Devoted to Keeping the Business Running
2 ConfidentialFuture Vision – Shift Focus to Creating Business Value
Enable Flexible, Agile
Reduce the Complexity Dramatically Lower Costs
IT Service Delivery
New Business Model for IT
3 ConfidentialIT Architecture of the Future
Client
End-User Devices
Application
New Enterprise Apps SaaS AppsExisting Apps
Infrastructure
Existing Datacenters Public Infrastructure
Private Cloud Public Cloud
4 ConfidentialIT Architecture of the Future
Client
End-User Devices
The CIO Challenge:
Application
Stitch All This Together
New Enterprise Apps SaaS AppsExisting Apps
Infrastructure
Existing Datacenters Public Infrastructure
Private Cloud Public Cloud
5 ConfidentialEnd-User Device Challenges
IT Pressure IT Pressure
to Maintain to Innovate
 Budget
 Security
 Compliance
End-user  Legacy Apps
Expectations  Manageability
6 ConfidentialWhat is Cloud Again? Details Please…
Ubiquitous Access
Pay by Consumption
Users Care About
Self-Service
Service Catalog
Service Level Agreement
Secure Multi-tenancy
Management Automation
IT Cares About
Elasticity
Pooling
Abstraction
7 ConfidentialI Don’t Care About the IT Details… I Am a User
Ubiquitous Access Use Any (Cool) Device
Pay by Consumption
Application Store
Immediate GratificationSelf-Service
Pay per Value
Service Catalog
Service Level Agreement Always On and Fast
8 ConfidentialEnterprise Challenge: Apps? Data? Passwords? Devices?
Devices
DesktopSaaS PublishedApplicationsMobile device growth rate
85% of new applications is 2.5 time that of PCs
delivered as SaaS
Over 2 million iPads sold
Fortune named Salesforce #4 in 2 months
fastest growing company
Over 30 new tablet devices
debuted at industry shows
this summer
Personal Cloud User Data
500M+ active Facebook users 4M+ Dropbox Users
51% of active Twitter users follow 25+ petabytes at Mozy
companies, brands or products
on social networks
9 ConfidentialEnd-User Device Future Vision
End-User Freedom IT Control
 Next-generation  Secure policy-driven
collaborative workspace service delivery across
clouds
 Context-aware experience
 CAPEX + OPEX control
 Device and platform
independence  Security & compliance
 Flexible access - data and  Simplified, automated user
apps anywhere, anytime management
10 Confidential

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