Planning, Managing and Governing IAM & Cloud I

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Thursday, April 19, 2012     START TIME: 10:30    LOCATION:  Auditorium
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VRM and the Intention Economy: Now What?

Date: Thursday, April 19, 2012 Time: 10:30-11:30

VRM and the Intention Economy: Now What?
Doc Searls, Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University • Drummond Reed, Evernym • Marcel van Galen, Qiy Foundation • Craig Burton, KuppingerCole • Dr. Scott David, LL.M., KuppingerCole • Dr. Phil Windley, Brigham Young University

Doc Searls' vision of VRM just rings true. The common reaction is "Of course that's how things ought to work!" Now with his new book out—The Intention Economy: When Customers Take Charge—the vision is even stronger and clearer. How do we build the intention economy? What infrastructure will undergird it? How will our understanding of identity, privacy, and rights change to support it?  This session will explore the infrastructure for the intention economy and the...

How the API Economy Leverages our Capabilities for Delivering Business Services

Date: Thursday, April 19, 2012 Time: 11:30-12:30

How the API Economy Leverages our Capabilities for Delivering Business Services
Martin Kuppinger, KuppingerCole • Kim Cameron, Microsoft • Craig Burton, KuppingerCole

The KuppingerCole IT Model describes how IT can deliver the services business really needs, by managing, orchestrating, and securing services from different providers and deployment models. The API Economy is a key enabler for that model because this is what provides the granularity customers are requesting. It allows customers to use APIs for granular services when they need them instead of relying only on big, fat SaaS applications. The API Economy gives customers the choice – from...

API Economy: The Consumer View
There are two sides of the API Economy: The Provider view which focus on delivering Cloud Services and exposing the APIs. And the Consumer view, which makes use of these services. When looking at the consumers, there are two types: The one are the real consumers, e.g. the organizations building business services by orchestrating the exposed services – by making use of the API Economy. They pay for the ability to build better business services by using those APIs, paid or for free....

API Economy: The Provider View
Dr. Steven Willmott, 3Scale

The other side of the API Economy is about the providers. Why should providers support this concept? Why should they expose APIs and which ones? How to manage them? How to make money out of it? What does this mean for the business model in contrast to offering big fat SaaS applications? And is there a new, emerging market for small and specialized vendors of only a few services? How to deal with security and accounting? What about meeting service levels in heavily orchestrated environments...

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