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MIC

2009.12.04
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Cloud Computing

Cloud Services


Virtualized Architecture
Flexible Subscription
Free Device

Cloud Computing Center

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IMF
(2009 July.)
(%)

EIU
(2009 July.)

OECD
(2009 June.)

2008

2009

2010(f)

2008

2009

2010(f)

2008

2009

2010(f)

3.1

-1.4

2.5

1.9

-3.1

1.3

0.8

-4.1

0.7

1.1

-2.6

0.8

1.1

-2.9

1.0

1.1

-2.8

0.9

0.8

-4.8

-0.3

0.7

-4.5

-0.6

0.5

-4.8

0.0

-0.7

-5.8

1.7

-0.7

-7.0

1.0

-0.7

-6.8

0.7

9.0

6.7

8.5

9.0

7.2

7.0

9.0

7.7

9.3

EIU20096
IMFEIUOECDMIC20097

2008

WTO20099%

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IT
2007~2013 IT

: $Bn%

08~13 CAGR : 1.9%

12 IT(%)

IDC(2008/10)Gartner(2009/6) MIC20099

C/PIT

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Cloud Services

IT

IT

(CSR)

70

Cloud
Services
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20%Cloud Services
2008Q2~2009Q1AVC

2006~2009Cloud Computing

Peak
Microsoft looks to
rent Web "cloud"
computing space
(Oct 28,2008)

IBM Invests $400 M


on Cloud Computing
Center in US &
Japan (Aug 1, 2008)

Initiation
2006

2007

2008

2009

Y(100)
Google TrendsMIC20098

AVC (Angel Venture Capital)


BayAreaNewsGroupMIC20096

2008Q3AVC2009Cloud AVC
2007Cloud Computing
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Cloud Services
2008,2012Cloud Services%

CCAA
GGRR
==22
66..55
%
%

2008,2013Cloud Services$Bn

GartnerMIC20093

IDCMIC200810

Cloud Services200846420131,501
CAGR26.5%
Business ApplicationCloud Services
Storage
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SaaS
On-Premise
9

SaaS(%)
1

2
3
5

SaaS
9

N=103SaaSCIO
ForresterMIC20092

On-PremiseSaaS
SFACSSMASaaS
Cloud
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SaaS
2006-2008SaaS$M USD

SaaS
(2009/04)CCID(2009/09)MIC20099

ex. 18
SOASaaS
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2010
2000
1990

(Grid Computing)

Virtual Server

(SaaS)

(Utility Computing)
IT

1960
90

Virtual
Infrastructure

2001
Virtual Application

(Cloud Computing)

Virtual Service

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ISP

ISDNT1
T3

HA

IaaS

ASP
Colo=Co-locationHA=High Availability
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SaaS

Cloud Services

Software-as-a-Service
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
(SaaS)

Host
Host
(Subscription)(Pay-per-use)
(Subscription)(Pay-per-use)

Platform-as-a-Service
Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)
(PaaS)

TypeISVAP
TypeISVAPGB
GB
ISVISV
ISVISV
TypeAPIsPrivate
TypeAPIsPrivateCloud
Cloud

Infrastructure-as-a-Service
Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)
(IaaS)

CPUOS
CPUOS
StorageCPUHrGBGbps
StorageCPUHrGBGbps
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Infrastructure-as-a-Service
Amazon Web Services AWS

Symantec Online Backup

Amazon.comCloud
Amazon Web Services
10.7%

Storage Cloud Services


14
900

400K+ Users
10.7% Q/Q

Symantec FileStore

EC2Elastic
Compute CloudS3Simple
Storage ServiceSimpleDB
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Security
Backup
Sync

Amazon.comSymantecMIC200911

Platform-as-a-Service
Google 1997 Circa

Google 2001 New DC

Beta

10

8
0
0
2
Live
Services

NET
Services

SQL
Services

SharePoint

Services

Dynamics

CRM
Services

Google #36 DC

An internet-scale cloud services platform in


Microsoft data centers , which provides an
operating system and a set of developer services
that can be used individually or together.

25
27
19

5
4

31

20

18

32

29

26
14

16

28

30

36

34

17
15
35

MicrosoftGoogleMIC200911

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Three Screens and a Cloud


Azure
Google20084Google App EngineGoogle
500MB120092
PythonJava
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Software-as-a-Service
Weve redefined cloud computing
to include everything we currently
do. So it has already achieved
dominance in the industry

CEO
Larry Ellison

SiebelCRMOD release 16
Hybrid Cloud
1,077

On Demand Services Revenues($M)

18.3%
=
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9 CA
0
0
2
694
2007

779
09
6
0 497

557

. 5%
1
5
=
GR 749
A
C

310

2008$1BTop 30
2009$ 1.5B

Oracle5Salesforce.com1
OracleSalesforce.comMIC200911

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Cloud Services

Cloud Services
IaaSAmazon Web Services
AWS

IaaSSymantec Online Backup

SaaSSiebel CRM On

DemandPRM On Demand

SaaSSFDC CRM

PaaSForce.com

SaaSWeb Application

BPOS
OA
PaaSWindows Azure

SaaSGoogle Apps

PaaSGoogle App Engine

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Cloud Services

1.SMB
2.15
1.
2.Huawei
1.Siebel On DemandHybrid Cloud
2.SunCloud Services

1.SaaS CRM
2.
1.Office
2.Azure
1.x86
2.
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2010Cloud ServicesNTD 60
2006-2010Cloud Services

20 06

2 010

CA

9%
.
3
1
GR =

IaaSSOCSaaS
MIC20095

IaaS2009Cloud Services91.2%
2009SaaSNTD 4.87Cloud Services8.8%
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ITCloud Services
Cloud Services
IT

Cloud Services

35.0%SMBCloud Services
IaaS32.8%SaaS6.0%

49.5
35.3
26.0
26.7
12.5

N=500200IT
0N=91IT1-2N=278IT3-5
N=100IT6-9N=15IT10N=16
MIC20091

35.0

IT
ITCloudIT

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Storage-as-a-Service

N=602
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Cloud Services


(1,000)


(200)

IT

(200)

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Cloud ServicesSWOT

Strength

Weakness

1.

2.

1. Cloud Services

2.
Portingex.
MapReduce
3. ITex. VMWare
Xen

Opportunity

Threat

1.
68%
2.

3. NCP
ex.
IT

1. SaaS &

2.

3.
Cloud Servicesex. USA Patriot Act

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ICTCloud Services

SI

PC

IDC

1.SaaS
2.ISVPaaS
Web 2.0ex. Android marketApp
Store
1.

2.SOA

1.Next Thin-Client
ex.
2.
ex. Asus Eee@Vibe

$28

1.
2.SOC

200980%
NTD 2

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Cloud Services

IDC
2009/9/17
192012
IDC

udn.comMIC20099
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3C

Cloud ServicesCHANGE

MIC20099

ICT
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ButCloud Services

N=602
MIC20099


USA PATRICT Act

IT
On-PremiseCloud

()
Lock-In
Cloud

Sidekick
Sidekick

2009-10-13
2009-10-13

T-MobileDanger
T-MobileDanger
Sidekick
Sidekick

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Private Cloud

IT ex.

Private Cloud
Virtualization Technology
Thin ClientIT

Private Cloud

Private
Cloud

Public
Cloud
Internal External
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Government Cloud
Government Cloud
e

GovernmentCloud

GPKI
GSP
e


Cloud

Cloud


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vs.
<<>>
Seeking the Master by not meeting

~ Jia Dao

Beneath a pie I asked a little child,


He said the Master went to gather herbs.
Alone was he upon this mountainside,
The clouds so deep he knew nowhere he was.
Written around 800AD

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CSRCorporate Social Responsibility


CSSCustomer Services & Support
CRMCustomer Relationship Management
GPKIGovernment Public Key Infrastructure
ERPEnterprise Resources Planning
GSPGovernment Service Provider
IaaSInfrastructure-as-a-Service
IDCInternet Data Center
ISVIndependent Software Vendor
PaaSPlatform-as-a-Service
PLMProduct Lifecycle Management
SaaSSoftware-as-a-Service
SCMSupply Chain Management
SOAService-Oriented-Architecture
SOCSecurity-of-Center
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200

200810~200812

500

39.2%196
..12.4% 62
....4.8% 24
............................3.2% 16
..... 17.4% 87
......10.6% 53
..11.0% 55
.....1.4% 7

20-49............................
50-99...
100-149................................
150

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22.2% 111
38.2% 191
24.2%121
15.4% 77

20081000500100

20097~20099

602

.. 28.2%170
....10.3% 62
...24.4%147
............................. 2.7% 16
....... 10.1% 61
............. 5.1% 31
..... 8.3% 50
..... 2.5% 15
..... 8.3% 50

500........................... 56.2%338
500-999... 22.1%133
1,000-1,999............................... 11.8%71
2,000.. 9.8% 59
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