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Basics of Cloud Computing for students.

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  • 1. Cloud Computing Muhammad Bilal Siddiqui Solutions Delivery Lead– Motorola Mobility Inc [email_address] October 13, 2011
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  • 3. What is Infrastructure Collection of software, hardware and people that provide IT services and support for Organizational activities What is Platform Collection of hardware devices and Software services that are connected together to provide computing capabilities for organizational activities and business applications. What is Software Business Oriented set of tools that provide business services for Customers, vendors and other business related entities (shopping cart, payment process, Accounting)
  • 4. Security Accounting Finance Sales Management Customer Support Access Control Operating System Windows / Unix Web Server MS IIS / Tomcat Email Server MS Exchange Database SQL Server / Oracle Infrastructure Platform Software Users
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    • Issues with Infrastructure Management
      • Capacity Planning :- What will happen in future?.
      • Storage : How much space is required?
      • Hardware : What hardware to use and how to maintain?
      • Security: How to protect information?
      • People : How to Manage People?
    • Issues with Platform Management
      • Compatibility : What works with what?
      • Upgrades : How, when and why to upgrade?
      • Version Control : How does previous version work with new versions
      • Capacity Planning : How much load can it take?
    • Issues with Software Management
      • Upgrades : How and when to upgrade without business impact?
      • Compatibility : What software works with what?
      • Access Control : Who can access the software?
      • Integration : How to share information between software?
      • Availability : Who needs to access when?
  • 6. Internet Security Accounting Finance Sales Management Customer Support Access Control Operating System Windows / Unix Web Server MS IIS / Tomcat Email Server MS Exchange Database SQL Server / Oracle
  • 7. Internet Security Accounting Finance Sales Management Customer Support Access Control Operating System Windows / Unix Web Server MS IIS / Tomcat Email Server MS Exchange Database SQL Server / Oracle
  • 8. Software As A Service (SaaS) Short for Software as a Service, SaaS is a software delivery method that provides access to software and its functions remotely as a Web-based service . Software as a Service allows organizations to access business functionality at a cost typically less than paying for licensed applications since SaaS pricing is based on a monthly fee. Also, because the software is hosted remotely, users don't need to invest in additional hardware. Software as a Service removes the need for organizations to handle the installation, set-up and often daily upkeep and maintenance . Software as a Service may also be referred to as simply hosted applications
  • 9. Internet Security Accounting Finance Sales Management Customer Support Access Control Operating System Windows / Unix Web Server MS IIS / Tomcat Email Server MS Exchange Database SQL Server / Oracle
  • 10. Platform As A Service (PaaS) Short for Platform as a Service, PaaS is defined as a computing platform being delivered as a service. Here the platform is outsourced in place of a company or data center purchasing and managing their own hardware and software layers. Typically, PaaS facilitates deployment of applications, application development, testing, and also supports the building, testing and hosting of Web applications . PaaS enables IT to develop, test, deploy, host, and also update from a single streamlined environment .
  • 11. Security Accounting Finance Sales Management Customer Support Access Control Operating System Windows / Unix Web Server MS IIS / Tomcat Email Server MS Exchange Database SQL Server / Oracle
  • 12. Infrastructure As A Service (SaaS) Short for Infrastructure as a Service, IaaS is defined as computer infrastructure, such as virtualization, being delivered as a service. IaaS is popular in the data center where software and servers are purchased as a fully outsourced service and usually billed on usage and how much of the resource is used - compared to the traditional method of buying software and servers outright. May also be called enterprise-level hosting platform.
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    • Finally Cloud Computing
    • Set of pooled computing resources and services delivered over the web.
    • Often provided "as a service" over the Internet, typically in the form of
      • Infrastructure as a service (IaaS),
      • Platform as a service (PaaS), or
      • Software as a service (SaaS).
      • Cloud computing customers don't have to raise the capital to purchase, manage, maintain, and scale the physical infrastructure required to handle drastic traffic fluctuations. Instead of having to invest time and money to keep their sites afloat, cloud computing customers simply pay for the resources they use, as they use them
  • 14. SalesForce Gmail GoDaddy.com eBay Amazon FileShare Company A Company B Company C Company D Company E Company F Company G Company H Company I Company J Cloud Computing
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  • 16. Cloud Computing – The Truth Behind Cloud computing is nothing new, Cloud computing is wrongly claimed to be the future. Cloud computing is out there for number of years, Cloud computing is not the solution of everything Cloud computing is not the best fit for every business model Cloud computing has a real value if properly utilized Cloud computing will change the way business works. The future is about developing a business model that uses the features of Cloud computing.
  • 17. Questions ??? Contact Me Linked-in/Email/Twitter: [email_address] Facebook: PANSEP