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ODCA 2013 Member Survey

The Open Data Center Alliance, Inc. conducted its third annual member survey in Q4 of 2013 to study member trends on adoption of cloud computing and data analytics. The objectives of the ODCA’s annual survey are to track adoption of cloud services, track integration of ODCA requirements into deployment plans, and identify shared outlooks on technical obstacles facing enterprise use of cloud services and data analytics.

 

 
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Open Data Center Alliance: Service Orchestration with TOSCA White Paper

TOSCA is an OASIS framework that provides definitions for packaging and reusing software components to enhance the portability and management of cloud applications and services across their lifecycle.

 

 
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Open Data Center Alliance Usage Model: Cloud Maturity Model Rev. 2.0

The ODCA Cloud Maturity Model is an important resource for enterprises just beginning to establish a path to cloud and for enterprises already deploying cloud services and solutions.

 

 
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OPEN DATA CENTER ALLIANCE : DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM AND PRIORITIES

OPEN DATA CENTER ALLIANCE : DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM AND PRIORITIES

 

 
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OPEN DATA CENTER ALLIANCE : National Australia Bank Carbon Neutral White paper

OPEN DATA CENTER ALLIANCE : National Australia Bank Carbon Neutral White paper

 

 
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Cloud Computing in the Enterprise: The Need for a Common Language for Evaluation

Cloud Computing in the Enterprise: The Need for a Common Language for Evaluation

 

 
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Accelerating Cloud Adoption with Standard Security Measures

Accelerating Cloud Adoption with Standard Security Measures

 

 
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Service Transparency: Adopting a Standard Approach for Evaluating Cloud Services

Service Transparency: Adopting a Standard Approach for Evaluating Cloud Services

 

 
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An Enterprise Perspective on Cloud Innovation

An Enterprise Perspective on Cloud Innovation

 

 
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Big Data Panel: ODCA Forecast 2012

Big Data Panel: ODCA Forecast 2012

 

 
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Considering the Cloud?: 5 Points to Remember

Considering the Cloud?: 5 Points to Remember

 

 
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PRIVATE CLOUD AT BMW GROUP – AN OPEN APPROACH

PRIVATE CLOUD AT BMW GROUP – AN OPEN APPROACH

 

 
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Rapid Fire Panel #9: Software Innovation

Rapid Fire Panel #9: Software Innovation

 

 
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Security POC

Security POC

 

 
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2012: The Tipping Point of Broad Scale Cloud Deployment

2012: The Tipping Point of Broad Scale Cloud Deployment

 

 
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Whitepaper: DataCenter 2020: hot aisle and cold aisle containment efficiencies reveal no significant differences

Whitepaper: DataCenter 2020: hot aisle and cold aisle containment efficiencies reveal no significant differences

 

 
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Enterprise Cloud Best Practices: Building Industry Knowledge

Enterprise Cloud Best Practices: Building Industry Knowledge

 

 
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Accelerating the Speed of Innovation

Accelerating the Speed of Innovation

 

 
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Rapid Fire Panel #7: Service Provider

Rapid Fire Panel #7: Service Provider

 

 
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Rapid Fire Panel #8: Cloud HW Infrastructure

Rapid Fire Panel #8: Cloud HW Infrastructure

 

 
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Rapid Fire Panel #10: Cloud Standards

Rapid Fire Panel #10: Cloud Standards

 

 
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Cloud Storm Track: Keynote

Cloud Storm Track: Keynote

 

 
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Rapid Fire Panel #1: Cloud Security

Rapid Fire Panel #1: Cloud Security

 

 
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Rapid Fire Panel #2: Cloud Transparency

Rapid Fire Panel #2: Cloud Transparency

 

 
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Rapid Fire Panel #3: Cloud Management

Rapid Fire Panel #3: Cloud Management

 

 
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Rapid Fire Panel #4: Cloud Regulation

Rapid Fire Panel #4: Cloud Regulation

 

 
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THE FUTURE OF CLOUD IS OPEN

THE FUTURE OF CLOUD IS OPEN

 

 
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Application Resiliency in Cloud

Application Resiliency in Cloud

 

 
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Cloud of Data Center services of the Peruvian State's companies

Cloud of Data Center services of the Peruvian State's companies

 

 
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Cloud testing based on cross-cloud application management platform

Cloud testing based on cross-cloud application management platform

 

 
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ESurfing Cloud Computing a Carrier-Class Cloud Incubator and its Implement

ESurfing Cloud Computing a Carrier-Class Cloud Incubator and its Implement

 

 
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From operation improvement to industry pattern revolution

From operation improvement to industry pattern revolution

 

 
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Identity Management in the New Hybrid Cloud World

Identity Management in the New Hybrid Cloud World

 

 
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Interoperability of Applications and Workloads

Interoperability of Applications and Workloads

 

 
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Research on Data Placement and Interoperability in Cloud Data Center

Research on Data Placement and Interoperability in Cloud Data Center

 

 
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TravelSky The Road to Cloud Computing

TravelSky The Road to Cloud Computing

 

 
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Introduction to the Open Data Center Alliance

Introduction to the Open Data Center Alliance

 

 
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Open Data Center Alliance: Conceptual Model of Usage Models and Document Map Rev. 2.0

Open Data Center Alliance: Conceptual Model of Usage Models and Document Map Rev. 2.0 provides a high-level overview of the ODCA cloud deployment strategy and describes how each usage model fits within this larger framework.

 

 
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Open Data Center Alliance Developing Cloud-Capable Applications

Open Data Center Alliance Developing Cloud-Capable Applications

 

 
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Information as a Service Master Usage Model Rev1.0

The combination of Big Data (driven in part by mobility and social media) and cloud computing is exponentially expanding the amount and types of available data while at the same time growing business demand for near real-time information is compressing the time available to process and use that data.

 

 
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Data Management for Information as a Service Rev1.0

Simplify complex data management using manageable stages.

 

 
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Software Defined Networking Master Usage Model Rev1.0

Software-defined networking (SDN) is an emerging set of technologies within network management that promises to solve many of the limitations imposed by current networking technology on rapidly evolving cloud-computing technologies.

 

 
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Scale Out Storage Master Usage Model Rev1.0

This Scale-Out Storage Usage Model extends the “ODCA Compute Infrastructure as a Service (CIaaS) Master Usage Model” and specifies the common usage patterns and requirements for CIaaS storage, which have typically used a scale-out approach.

 

 
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Compute Infrastructure as a Service Rev. 2.0

Given the broad range of cloud consumers and their compute infrastructure requirements, there is a wide spectrum of capabilities that service providers could offer to meet compute service needs, and ultimately to deliver excellent, cost-effective end user application usage experiences.

 

 
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Input Output Controls Rev 2.1

Cloud computing’s potential is all about providing an IT service that is elastic to a large range of demand fluctuations. But cloud services are not yet immune to unanticipated downtime, making capacity management a top priority.

 

 
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VM Interoperability in a Hybrid Cloud Environment Rev 1.2

Ideally, cloud subscribers would like to select any cloud provider based on cost and performance/capabilities. They also want to link, based on need, private clouds made up of dedicated services with public clouds that consist of shared services.

 

 
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ODCA PAAS Interop UM Rev 1.0

Platform as a Service (PaaS) is a maturing cloud computing segment which enables developers and operations staff to quickly and easily configure and deploy a cloud-ready application of a particular platform or for a particular stack, in a linearly scalable, managed container, including program, database and development tools, and libraries.

 

 
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ODCA SAAS Interop UM Rev 1.0

Software as a Service (SaaS) is a-model for service delivery based on on-demand software applications that offer an alternative to purchasing applications and providing local provisioning, integration, support, and maintenance.

 

 
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ODCA Interop Across Clouds Guide Rev 1.0

As organizations make extensive use of cloud services, there will be an increasing need for cloudbased applications and services, and for non-cloud systems, to coexist and interact with each other throughout various data center environments.

 

 
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Service Orchestration Rev1.0

System of components and automated workflows that can be delivered as cloud services.

 

 
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Long Distance Migration Rev 2.0

Historically, workload migration over any distance has been an immensely complex, time consuming, and disruptive activity.

 

 
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Service Catalog Rev 1.1

The worldwide market for cloud services—encompassing both dedicated services available via private clouds and shared services via public clouds—could top $148.8 billion in 2014, up from $68.3 billion in 2010.

 

 
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Commercial Framework Rev 1.0

One of the significant cost-elements and barriers to adoption of cloud services is the difficulty in establishing a master services agreement between the provider and the consumer.

 

 
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Software Entitlement Management Framework Rev 1.0

The cloud complicates the effective management of software entitlement, creating investment, usage, monitoring, and optimization issues, as well as introducing risks.

 

 
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Regulatory Framework

There are hundreds, if not more, of regulatory bodies, regulations and standards that organizations must track and obey.

 

 
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Carbon Footprint and Energy Efficiency Rev 2.0

According to market research and consulting firm Pike Research, data centers around the world consumed 201.8 terawatt hours (TWh) of electricity in 2010 and energy expenditures reached $23.3 billion.

 

 
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Standard Units of Measure For IaaS Rev. 1.1

The worldwide market for cloud services–encompassing both dedicated services available via private clouds and shared services via public clouds–could top $148.8 billion in 2014, up from $68.3 billion in 2010.

 

 
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Data Security Rev 1.0

Exploring the cloud data life cycle

 

 
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Data Security Framework Rev. 1.0

In many organizations today, there is a significant demand to introducing cloud computing into the enterprise. The hope is that the cloud’s multi-tenant, shared infrastructure will enable greater computing efficiency, flexibility, and cost efficiency.

 

 
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Provider Assurance Rev2.0

Industry standard security levels across all providers

 

 
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Security Monitoring Rev. 1.1

Users can confirm compliance any time, any cloud

 

 
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Identity Management Interoperability Guide Rev. 1.0

Many organizations that are considering purchasing cloud-based services already have fully integrated identity and access management systems.

 

 
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Cloud Based Identity Governance and Auditing Rev. 1.0

Many organizations today have requirements that drive the need to have strong identity governance and auditing on systems that support core business processes or store sensitive information.

 

 
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Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Privileged User Access Rev. 1.0

When an administrator manages a cloud resource on behalf of multiple users or when an administrator accesses resources in the cloud, this role becomes significant in terms of security.

 

 
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Cloud Based Identity Provisioning Rev. 1.0

Many organizations that are considering purchasing cloud-based services already have fully integrated identity and access management systems.

 

 
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Single Sign On Authentication Rev. 1.0

Many organizations that are considering purchasing cloud-based services already have fully integrated identity management (IdM) systems.

 

 
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BMW White Paper

BMW White Paper

 

 
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Open Data Center Alliance: Big Data Consumer Guide

The objective of this document is to promote Big Data and determine how the ODCA DS Working Group can provide concrete recommendations and insight that can benefit both Big Data solution providers and enterprise consumers of Big Data.

 

 
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Joint Statement by ODCA and TM Forum

Compute Infrastructure as a Service: Recommendations from the Open Data Center AllianceSM and TM Forum

 

 
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TM Forum Enterprise-Grade External Compute Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Requirements v 1.1

TM Forum Enterprise-Grade External Compute Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Requirements v 1.1 was constructed after referring to TM Forum’s Frameworx suite of standards. Frameworx provides the blueprint for effective business operations, enabling a business to assess and improve performance by using a proven, service-oriented approach to operations and integration which allows executives to focus on growing your business. The spreadsheet derives from Frameworx 11.5. See http://www.tmforum.org/TMForumFrameworx/1911/home.html

 

 
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Enterprise-Grade Virtual Private Cloud from a State-of-the-Art Reference Implementation

Enterprise-Grade Virtual Private Cloud from a State-of-the-Art Reference Implementation refers to Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) help address critical business needs for a more agile and less costly IT operating model with greater vendor contestability. This paper can assist organizations in jump starting their VPC initiatives by detailing the capabilities and requirements of a state-of-the-art VPC, providing a reference architecture, and quantifying the benefits and metrics from an enterprise-grade VPC reference implementation that was tested in a lab environment. These results showed that VPCs can deliver high levels of automation, time savings, and can operate VMs at costs up to 75% less than comparable public cloud offerings.

 

 
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Enterprise-Grade External Compute IaaS Requirements v 1.2

Enterprise-Grade External Compute IaaS Requirements v 1.2 is a technical report addressing commercial, technical and operational requirements of enterprise-grade, external compute Infrastructure as a Service, also known as virtual private cloud.

 

 
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Cloud Business Models

Cloud Business Models explores a number of cloud business models and illustrates how the ECLC work on of enterprise-grade, external compute Infrastructure as a Service, also known as Virtual Private Clouds, is linked to NIST efforts to model clouds.

 

 
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Service Orchestration Rev 1.0

As service offerings from cloud providers become more complex and open, it will become increasingly important to ensure that cloud infrastructure requirements are aligned with cloud consumer demand and can scale as needed.

 

 
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Long Distance Workload Migration

Secure Data Access and Movement Between Clouds

 

 
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OPEN DATA CENTER ALLIANCE: Implementing the Open Data Center Alliance Virtual Machine Interoperability Usage Model

OPEN DATA CENTER ALLIANCE: Implementing the Open Data Center Alliance Virtual Machine Interoperability Usage Model

 

 
 
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