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Some Definitions

Fifth Generation of Computing

2010+ Cloud SOA 2000s Web 1990s Client-Server 1980s Mainframe 1970s

On-Premises Servers
Bring your own machines, connectivity, software, etc. Complete control Complete responsibility Static capabilities Upfront capital costs for the infrastructure

Hosted Servers
Renting machines, connectivity, software Less control Fewer responsibilities Lower capital costs More flexible Pay for fixed capacity, even if idle

Cloud Platform
Shared, multi-tenant infrastructure Virtualized & dynamic Scalable & available Abstracted from the infrastructure Higher-level services Pay as you go

Compute

Compute

Average Usage

Average Usage

Time

Time

Compute

Compute

Inactivity Period Average Usage

Average Usage

Time

Time

Enterprise Challenges
Data Center Capacity Legacy Investments Security

Infrastructure Costs

Todays Enterprise

Heterogeneous Platforms

software as a service

SaaS

platform as a service

PaaS

infrastructure as a service

IaaS

consume it

build on it

migrate to it

NEW ECONOMICS

REDUCED MANAGEMENT

INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY

2 billion unique calls per year 23 million subscribers 14 billion ads per month Over 6 million songs in the catalog Over 600 million unique users

Over 3 billion WW queries each month

370 million active accounts

500 million active Windows Live IDs

10 billion messages processed daily

PRODUCTIVITY

COMMUNICATIONS

COLLABORATION

BUSINESS APPS

MANAGEMENT

STORAGE

PLATFORM

Instant messaging

* Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability.

* Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability.

* Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability

* Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability

* Access from mobile devices depends on carrier network quality and availability

"Coca-Cola Enterprises needed to simplify its communication and collaboration technologies to provide better business value to our employees. Microsoft Online gave us the technology to do so and exceeded our expectations." John Key, Assistant Director of Communication and Collaboration Technologies, Coca-Cola Enterprises

With the successful rollout of Microsoft Online Services to our North American stores, we have demonstrated that we can go into the cloud with confidence.

User response has been overwhelmingly positive. Our employees are thrilled to have a modern, familiar email program, which makes them more efficient and productive.

John Shepard Director, Global IT Infrastructure Services, Starbucks

Mike Strause IT Architect, Global Shared Services, Godiva Chocolatier