When Cloud Computing Will be everywhere

When Cloud Computing Will be everywhere

We are in 2030, Cloud Computing is part of our daily lives for many years. No one today can imagine returning to the Information System of the 20th century. Since the standard on the Cloud Federation rose in 2018, all of your information system can be realized in the Cloud. It’s a bit like the arrival of virtualization in the early 2000s. With the Cloud Federation it is the Datacenter – container and content – that is virtualized. Computational resources, storage resources, your resilience architecture, everything is virtualized. You concentrate on the logic, the value of your application, your service level constraints such as performance and availability. Since 2020, the role of IS teams has changed significantly, the border between Dev / Ops has disappeared. Operations have become the Developers, Integrators. Their knowledge of daily level of service, value delivery as Integrator has allowed them to move away from technology as an end to make a response to business needs with the assembly Standard Cloud components made available to Cloud Software Factory (CSF). CSF is a community that designs software Cloud components interroperables with each other in the Cloud. Its success is incredible, the software industry has been transformed, the integration is made by each according to its logic and its business needs. However, the greatest advance is the Cloud Energy Saver, an innovation that can adapt the power consumption of your applications and therefore to optimize the energy balance by reducing the number of Datacenter. This is the case since 2025 with the adoption of this technology combined with the release of even more powerful components and still...
Cloud Computing: The death of the Tier IV Datacenter

Cloud Computing: The death of the Tier IV Datacenter

Following various discussions on what the cloud will change, I offer the view that we shared with Frederick Coeuille (CTO AcierNet).  For your datacenter? Cloud Computing, it changes something? We want to check our bank accounts when we want, look at our emails at any time and anywhere in particular. To interact, chat, videos, share files at any time … The availability requirements and therefore systems continuity is becoming stronger. It conditions the systems from start to finish to deliver these services every day, all the time. What about your datacenter? Ever more demanding. Increased levels of redundancy, complex architectures to cope with any breakdowns. The datacenters today range from Tier I to Tier IV to ensure, as indicated by the Uptime Institute, ranging from availability of 99.671% (Tier I) to 99.995% (Tier IV). And if this race was a lost race for availability? And if the cloud had to answer different in design while ensuring a seamless availability? The death of the Tier IV Datacenter is close! Several points to support my point, why watch the Datacenter as a receptacle without intelligence as new technologies allow a dialogue between infrastructure (servers) and the building? Why legitimize large investments with multiple 2N +1 static redundancies  in the case of a Tier IV when a real N dynamics’ one provide a superior level of service associated with a communication layer between the building, IT and virtualization. In addition, a financial standpoint, this approach would allow substantial savings by reducing at least by 25% the Datacenter’s budget as a whole. This equation is not just for the building but also for network and servers. It would benefit to redesign these new vessels of communication, denser, more efficient, cleaner, safer, in a word...
Cloud Computing and Social Network in Paris' Porte Dauphine

Cloud Computing and Social Network in Paris' Porte Dauphine

A refreshing day yesterday with this Cloud Computing and Social Network day. Here the program. Varied and rich presentations to link these two subjects with a great interest. What are the key messages of the day? The Cloud is a reality! The Cloud is implemented in more and more companies by the CRIP members even if the adoption rate is still low. The SaaS (Software as a Service) is the first step for a Cloud project. At the second place are Private Cloud projects that start with their first projects… and more and more. The standards are still to be found and the legal aspects passionate us as it’s a barriers of Cloud’s adoption. Often linked to “evil” suppliers as a speaker noted. On the social network side, it is a growing concern among members of the CRIP. It is the link with “Social Enterprise” for more cooperation and thus performance! Some projects are under consideration but not yet over night in the Enterprise, we are still at an observation round but until when? Do you want to contribute to working...