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The Grand Prize winner of the 2009 AWS Start-Up Challenge was GoodData, which is a business intelligence (BI) SaaS provider. GoodData is an easy-to-use service for
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businesses that need BI to help understand data about their business, so they can make better decisions. The deployment of a traditional BI solution in an enterprise can run in the millions of dollars for software and hardware and can take several months to implement. Several business services (CRM, payroll, and travel and expense [T&E] management) have been offered in a SaaS model. But BI as SaaS is a relatively new concept, perhaps because, before the cloud, it wasn t economically feasible. BI as SaaS requires more storage and processing than other, more traditional, SaaS businesses. Using the cloud to run its BI service allows GoodData to support large-scale compute and data-intensive analytics without the need to scale up its own internal infrastructure. Elasticity allows GoodData to use resources only when customers need them to support their BI needs. GoodData can in turn pass these savings on to its customers by offering a relatively inexpensive alternative. As a SaaS solution, potential customers can evaluate GoodData for free immediately after signing up for the service, via a web interface. The service can be purchased in an on-demand model for $500/month.
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In the case of a startup venture, the discussion of cloud utilization revolves around companies and applications that are technology-oriented, because those are the kinds of companies for which the cloud has particular relevance. When we turn to small and medium businesses, millions of different companies fit this description. Unlike the startups discussed earlier, a cloud implementation isn t necessarily core to their operation. For many of these businesses, running an application in the cloud may be as relevant as landing a spaceship on the moon. Let s focus on three specific examples, each with a varying degree of technical complexity and varying applicability to small and medium businesses in general. A general theme will emerge: such businesses can use cloud services to give a company greater flexibility and position the company for growth through more efficient use of capital and IT resources.
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Nearly all businesses today have a corporate website. It may be as simple as a handful of pages with basic corporate information, or it may be an elaborate application designed to market a company s products and services and generate leads for its sales force. Corporate websites typically begin their lives on a shared hosting service, where they may reside on a simple Linux server alongside hundreds or thousands of other corporate websites for a modest fee around $20/month. As the corporate website grows in popularity, traffic increases, and the importance of the website to the business grows commensurately until it needs to migrate elsewhere. Before the advent of cloud computing, you could go to a colocation type scenario with a dedicated server for the website (typically about $200/month) and manage
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it yourself. Alternatively, you could use a managed-service offering (typically around $800/month). In the beginning, this was overkill because of wasted capacity the website s volume could be handled safely on a shared server and hardly taxed the dedicated servers. At the other extreme, when the site started growing and exceeded the capacity of the single server, more servers were needed, each at an incremental cost of $200/month or $800/month, depending on the chosen deployment model. The cloud model provides a more economical choice, because you can rent a small virtual CPU for about a nickel an hour or $36.50/month. When a company exceeds this capacity, it can add and scale capacity as needed, dynamically. The system deployed in the cloud is able to start small, at an affordable price, while still having the flexibility to grow as and when needed at a moment s notice.
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