[LINK] DCaaS and DCOaaS
swilson at lockstep.com.au
Mon Nov 14 09:51:22 AEDT 2011
Yup, the case for using these new terms is very clear indeed. "DCOaaS"
saves a whole five characters over the boring old English word
"outsourcing". And it delivers linguistically-leveraged management
jargonization for incremental nett improvement in negative
On 14/11/2011 9:07 AM, Roger Clarke wrote:
> For collectors of FLAs and SLAs, don't miss these two.
> "[Data-Centre as a Service (DCaaS) is] about finding solutions to
> common agency business problems and a shift from specialised systems
> to standardised, flexible and adaptable solutions".
> " ... a hypothetical example of Platform-as-a-Service, with which an
> otherwise well-resourced Australian Bureau of Statistics would only
> require to use to architect a new platform for the national census
> every four years".
> "DCaaS targets smaller agencies that spend less than $2 million a year on ICT".
> But, confusingly, the hypothetical example provided was of
> Platform-as-a-Service, with which an otherwise well-resourced
> Australian Bureau of Statistics would only require to use to
> architect a new platform for the national census every four years".
> (ABS is not a 'smaller agency'. Or is this a hint that ABS intends
> spending a lot less money on IT in future??).
> "Data Centre Operations as a Service (DCOaaS) - via which agencies
> that have a data centre in-sourced might require a party to come
> on-site and manage their data centres from time to time"
> Canberra ready for the cloud in 2012
> John Hilvert
> Nov 11, 2011 2:16 PM
> AGIMO's Blog-entries:
> The term DCaaS originated in Dec 2010
> "a precise definition of DCaaS would be counter-productive. The paper
> will set out the nature of the business problem, rather than any
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