Skipping Documentum Search Services (coming in Q3) in order to hear what EMC is planning around the cloud for content management. Not sure how much slide content v discussion there will be, but we will see.
- Una Kearns-Moderator, Muddu Sudhakar (Kazeon founder), Amotz Maimon, John McCormick, Paul O’Brien
- Lots of futures in here, not a roadmap, looking for feedback
- Strategy is two-fold (public/private)
- Aimed to move the business to the cloud
- Connectivity for apps across both clouds and a hybrid.
- Cloud options:
- On premise: Data centers (not really cloud)
- Private Cloud on premise: Virtualization (Documentum there when DSS released)
- Service Provider Model: apps with multi-tenancy support, tenant isolation & branding (old ASP model)
- Public Cloud: self-service model on public clouds with full support for elasticity, data/metadata isolation, and protection
- Primary focus is for VMWare for Private Clouds, not other virtualization technology
- Public Cloud
- Intend to build many IIG capabilities for Public Cloud, 1st are Information Governance and xCP (PaaS)
- Applications/Platform will be:
- Compliant and secure for public cloud
- Elasticity in various forms (front-end, processing, persistence layers)
- Allow interface, use and management of SaaS (public Cloud and on premise application information
- Not a simple move, changing things for the cloud (Good, it won’t work as it is built now)
Hit the discussion stage. Will include the thoughts in a real post later. Done for the day, though I have some notes from others to present.
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