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Ten predictions about how the cloud will evolve
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standard. You can expect a lot of standards to begin as proprietary cloud APIs and evolve into industry-wide standards over a period of time. As in any major industry transformation, the leader gets to call the shots or, in this case, establish the initial standards. Amazon is that leader.
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An ultimate ISO cloud standard is coming. Due to the hype, it s easy to forget that the cloud is new. New things don t have standards. Many people say they re sitting on the sidelines because there are no standards yet. But we can t have standards too early, because we don t know enough about usage patterns to get them right. Having said that, standards are critical, and they re coming. Standards drive choice, and choice drives market expansion. These forces are too strong for standards not to come quickly. The Open Cloud Consortium (OCC) is already working on interoperation of different clouds. The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) is actively urging common best practices. The (controversial) Open Cloud Manifesto urges vendors to agree on basic principles and interoperability. The few strongly pro vendors are AMD, IBM, Rackspace, Sun, and VMware. But the most important players are against the idea, including Microsoft, Google, and Amazon. They think interoperability at this early stage will hurt them the most. That s a problem and probably spells doom for this particular standards effort. The group of standards bodies called the Cloud Standards Coordination Working Group includes the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS), Object Management Group (OMG), Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF), Storage and Network Industry Association (SNIA), Open Grid Forum (OGF), CSA, OCC, Cloud Computing Interoperability Forum (CCIF), and the TM Forum. This group is looking at standardization in a number of specific areas, including security; interfaces to IaaS; information about deployment, such as resource and component descriptions; management frameworks; data-exchange formats and cloud taxonomies; and reference models. ISO formed a subcommittee for SOA and web services and a study group for cloud computing called SC38, Distributed application platforms and services (DAPS) (www.iso.org/iso/standards_development/technical_committees/other_bodies/iso_ technical_committee.htm commid=601355). It addresses the following 10 things:
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The end user is the primary stakeholder in cloud computing. User-centric systems enrich the lives of individuals, education, communication, collaboration, business, entertainment, and society as a whole. Philanthropic initiatives can greatly increase the wellbeing of mankind. Enable or enhance cloud computing where possible. Openness of standards, systems, and software empowers and protects users. Adopt existing standards where possible for the benefit of all stakeholders. Transparency fosters trust and accountability. Decisions should be open to public collaboration and scrutiny and never be made behind closed doors.
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Interoperability ensures effectiveness of cloud computing as a public resource. Systems must be interoperable over a minimal set of community defined standards and avoid vendor lock-in. Representation of all stakeholders is essential. Vendor(s) shouldn t dominate interoperability and standards efforts. Discrimination against any party for any reason is unacceptable. Minimize barriers to entry. Evolution is an ongoing process in an immature market. Standards may take some time to develop and coalesce, but activities should be coordinated and collaborative. Balance of commercial and consumer interests is paramount. If in doubt, consumer interests prevail. Security is fundamental, not optional. Lack of security would kill cloud adoption.
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ISO takes a long time for a new international standard to come out. But its involvement shows the cloud is now a serious and permanent part of the IT constellation. The ultimate ISO standard that results will have widespread and dominating influence on the industry.
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Government will lead enterprises in cloud adoption. Cloud computing is currently playing a big role in the federal government because the current U.S. CIO is a strong proponent of the economic benefits of the cloud for government computing and also because the U.S. government IT budget is $76 billion. NASA is using cloud computing and social media to become more efficient and to lower costs. The City of Los Angeles is an early local government entity to fully embrace the cloud. Other major government cloud projects include the U.S. Army; Department of the Treasury; Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives; and many others. The biggest move may be that of the General Services Administration (GSA). It has decided to prebid cloud services so that all federal agencies can select and deploy cloud-based data and applications on the fly at predetermined rates and feature sets. Further, the GSA has created the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), made up of members of the Department of Defense (DoD), the Department of Homeland Security, and the GSA, that ll inspect cloud providers for security, privacy, and other best practices. This will keep the heat on providers to stay current with best practices in order to remain on the approved list. The incentives are highest for the federal government because the scale of these agencies is so large that their cost savings dwarf what even large enterprises will see. Even though, historically, government hasn t been a leader in use of IT technology, this time is different. Enterprises will find themselves in the unusual position of trying to catch up to the government.
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