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1002 IT Professionals from Infrastructure and related technologies Only 82% were multi-cloud the year before Hybrid was only 71% the year before
Notice the decline of on-prem physical and VMs What are cloud machines, other than enhanced VMs??
Only 1% of companies have no cloud strategies planned. SaaS will be controlled, often by the original vendors that can lock customers into their cloud platform. SAP = Hana. Azure = Microsoft, Linkedin, Slideshare…. Oracle=EBS, Peoplesoft, OBIEE. Amazon is taking large chunks out of each.
Amazon and Azure own this race, but a price war could shake up the future of which cloud our data resides. Almost 70% of the market is owned by Amazon and Microsoft- Azure doubles each year, up 93% in 2016, expected $20 billion for 2018 During Amazon S3 outage, it wasn’t Azure or Oracle that benefited, but Google, which increased its business over 12% in just two days.
Taking over OOW and OTW…renting space and doing a lot of vendor sponsorships at events for Oracle, MSSQL and others!
Containers with GCP are a big deal and the cost effectiveness is impressive, along with Kubernetes FaaS, Function as a Service or Serverless environments are a big deal for them. Cloud SQL- MySQL and PostgreSQL investment
Oct. 5th, 2011 was the year that Larry introduced the Oracle cloud. Baremetal is all ODA’s OPC is all Exalogics “knitted” together, private clouds are often exadatas and now the new ExaCM offering.
They own it, they have customers invested and can more easily lock them in with upgrades and partial migrations to their cloud. Private clouds are selling pretty high, but Exa is having difficulty proving the market and ODA has become the backbone for the Baremetal option to challenge Amazon.
Still have some cloud hosts that they manage of their own. More investing in technical experts to manage IaaS for companies.
Cloud Adoption and How It’s Changing
Public Cloud Private Cloud Hybrid Cloud Any Cloud
Azure’s market penetration
Up from 20% to 34%
AWS has remained flat, (data before S3 outage)
Google was up 10-15% before S3 outage
Rackspace still owns some of the landscape
Oracle is making headway in the SaaS arena, (Software as a Service)
IBM? Archaic is the Future? MaaS, (Mainframe as a Service)
Cloud by Provider
Cloud Endure 2017
Trivia: Which Cloud
Vendor benefitted most
from the Amazon S3
Amazon Web Services
• Owning the space
• New innovations
• New Migrations tools
• New Performance tools
• Incredible percentage of business from:
• Bare Metal
CloudSQL = MySQL and PostgreSQL
Cloudspanner = RDBMS
Cloud Bigtabe = NoSQL
IaaS, PaaS and SaaS, oh my!
Trivia: What year
did Larry introduce
the Oracle Cloud?
Estimates on Wasted Cloud Expenditures
30% of cloud is wasted
When measured, it was closer to 45%
Best Tool to Impact Waste?
Vmware Vsphere leads with 42% adoption
Azure Pack/Stack is private cloud that shows significant growth from 10-14%
Cloud vendors profit from vendor lock-in.