SaaS: The Past, The Present, The Future

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<ul><li> 1. Software As A Service The Past, The Present, The Future Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and Information CenterNetwork and Information Center, BUPT of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> <li> 2. SaaS: The Past, The Present, The future We have so many aas today XaaS: Anything as a Service 1 of 11 Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and Information CenterNetwork and Information Center, BUPT of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> <li> 3. SaaS: The Past, The Present, The future The Past 1960s 1990s 2000 This Decade 2 of 11 Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and Information CenterNetwork and Information Center, BUPT of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> <li> 4. SaaS: The Past, The Present, The future Why SaaS SaaS vs. Traditional Software Deployment. Deployed Device; Authorized Price Pricing Strategy. One for All; On- demand Risk. Deployment Failure 3 of 11 Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and Information CenterNetwork and Information Center, BUPT of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> <li> 5. SaaS: The Past, The Present, The future Why SaaS SaaS vs. Initial ASP most initial ASP focused on managing and hosting third-party independent software vendors software SaaS vendors typically develop and manage their own software many initial ASP offered more traditional client- server applications, which require installation of software on users personal computers SaaS solutions are predominantly web-based and only require an internet browser to use The software architecture used by most initial ASP mandated maintaining a separate instance of the application for each business SaaS solutions normally utilize a multi- tenant architecture 4 of 11 Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and Information CenterNetwork and Information Center, BUPT of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> <li> 6. SaaS: The Past, The Present, The future Why SaaS SaaS Characteristics photo photo photo Internet Service Multi-Tenacy Brower On-demand One Software serves many Used Everywhere Clients could focus on their business or clients at the core business same time Flexible Management Easy Updating Unnecessary to employ IT staff 7 * 24 5 of 11 Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and Information CenterNetwork and Information Center, BUPT of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> <li> 7. SaaS: The Past, The Present, The future SaaS Architecture SaaS Maturity Model 6 of 11 Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and Information CenterNetwork and Information Center, BUPT of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> <li> 8. SaaS: The Past, The Present, The future SaaS Obstacles Companies who produce trolley buses have to worry about how to generate electricity! Beyond their Capabilities! And Inefficient! 7 of 11 Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and Information CenterNetwork and Information Center, BUPT of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> <li> 9. SaaS: The Past, The Present, The future SaaS &amp; Cloud Computing Luckily we have cloud computing! If u dont have to worry about the electricity, ull have more time to produce better trolley cars. SPI model by NIST(National Institute of Standards and Technology) SaaS PaaS IaaS 8 of 11 Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and Information CenterNetwork and Information Center, BUPT of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> <li> 10. SaaS: The Past, The Present, The future SaaS &amp; Cloud Computing SaaS Software as a Service Salesforce Sales Cloud, Ordinary Users Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs) Cisco WebEx, GoToMeeting, IBM Lotus Live PaaS Platform as a Service Google App Engine Software Developers Windows Azure Platform Sina App Engine IaaS Infrastructure as a Service Cisco UCS System Administrators Amazon UC2 IBM Blue Cloud Relations among SaaS, SaaS SaaS PaaS PaaS PaaS and IaaS: Physical PaaS IaaS IaaS Resouce 9 of 11 Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and Information CenterNetwork and Information Center, BUPT of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> <li> 11. SaaS: The Past, The Present, The future SaaS Research Hotspot Technical: Data Storage SaaS Safety Integration of SaaS Applications and On-premise Applications Architecture: Quality Assessment IT Service Supply Chain Framwork Management &amp; Marketing: Innovation of the management model Software Investment 10 of 11 Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and Information CenterNetwork and Information Center, BUPT of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> <li> 12. SaaS: The Past, The Present, The future SaaS Case Total Cost of ownership Conventional CRM Profession Edition Enterprise Edition Number of Users 150 150 150 Application License &amp; $300,000.00 $117,000.00 $225,000.00 Subscription Support/Upgrade Costs $54,000.00 $54,000.00 $54,000.00 Implementation &amp; $900,000.00 $29,250.00 $56,250.00 Customization IT Infrastructure/Hosting $125,000.00 $54,000.00 $54,000.00 Costs IT Personnel Support $150,000.00 $54,000.00 $54,000.00 Training Costs (Admin &amp; $45,000.00 $11,700.00 $22,500.00 End Users) Totals $1,547,000.00 $157,950.00 $303,750.00 Costs(%) 100% 10% 19% 11 of 11 Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and Information CenterNetwork and Information Center, BUPT of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> <li> 13. Questions? Contact Us Jiexi Zha, Network and InformationNetwork and Information Center, BUPT Center of BUPT, +86 158 1053 1512 </li> </ul>