Cloud Computing, SOA and Web 2.0, an inevitable convergence
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This presentation talks about software and hardware design oriented towards embracing the cloud. The main point is that a service oriented architecture is the chief enabler to leverage cloud......

This presentation talks about software and hardware design oriented towards embracing the cloud. The main point is that a service oriented architecture is the chief enabler to leverage cloud technologies on both the software and the hardware levels.

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  • 1. Cloud Computing, SOA and Web 2.0 An Inevitable Convergence DAVID KARAM
  • 2. Answers We Were Aiming For WHY SHOULD I THINK OF MY COMPUTATIONAL SOFTWARE AS A COMPUTATIONAL SERVICE? HOW CAN AND WHEN SHOULD I OUTSOURCE COMPUTATIONS TO THE CLOUD?HOW CAN I LEVERAGE WEB 2.0 TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN ALGORITHMS AND SCIENTIFIC USERS?
  • 3. Neural Networks – Quick Intro Algorithms for artificial intelligence Typical applications  System identification– e.g. Stock prediction  Control – e.g. Robotics  Data mining – e.g. Knowledge discovery in databases
  • 4. Exposing Kernels as Services WHY SHOULD I THINK OF MY COMPUTATIONAL SOFTWARE AS A COMPUTATIONAL SERVICE? HOW CAN AND WHEN SHOULD I OUTSOURCE COMPUTATIONS TO THE CLOUD?HOW CAN I LEVERAGE WEB 2.0 TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN ALGORITHMS AND SCIENTIFIC USERS?
  • 5. The Basic Problem – Distant Kernel Kernel
  • 6. The Basic Problem – Distant Kernel Kernel Application
  • 7. The Basic Problem – Distant Kernel Kernel
  • 8. The Basic Problem – Distant Kernel Kernel Application
  • 9. The Basic Problem – Distant Kernel Inherent mismatch with outside world  Mismatched languages  Mismatched hardware  Total lack of Entry Points / API’s C++ Java ML NN
  • 10. Level 1: Exposing the Kernel Clean and robust API Standardized Web Service RPC bed C++ NN Java ML
  • 11. System View C++ NNStandardized Web Service NN Level 1 Exposing the Kernel
  • 12. Lesson Learned Service orientation grants modularity to leverage right tools Use the right platform and the right tools for the right job! Broker standardized resources into a homogeneous whole! R Statistical Java Module Browser GUI Higher level AI C++ Number Crunchers MATLAB Prototype
  • 13. Where can this be useful?
  • 14. Where can this be useful?
  • 15. Where can this be useful?
  • 16. Where can this be useful?
  • 17. Managing Computations in the Cloud WHY SHOULD I THINK OF MY COMPUTATIONAL SOFTWARE AS A COMPUTATIONAL SERVICE? HOW CAN AND WHEN SHOULD I OUTSOURCE COMPUTATIONS TO THE CLOUD?HOW CAN I LEVERAGE WEB 2.0 TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN ALGORITHMS AND SCIENTIFIC USERS?
  • 18. The Basic Problem – Amassing Resources NN Local
  • 19. The Basic Problem – Amassing Resources Local NN Grid
  • 20. The Basic Problem – Amassing Resources Cloud NN Local Grid
  • 21. The Basic Problem – Amassing Resources Cloud NN Local Grid
  • 22. Level 2: Distributing the Computations Outsource computations when local resources get burdened Siemens Ensemble Internet TUM Run Client Public Cloud
  • 23. System View C++ NN Siemens EnsembleWS Internet Run Client Public Cloud NN TUM Level 1 Level 2Exposing the Kernel Integrating Distributed Applications
  • 24. Lesson Learned A SOA is the natural fit for leveraging cloud resources Use the right hardware for the right task! Cloud Extra Power Notch Browser Local GUI Computational GPU Cores Linear Algebra Cluster Data Mining
  • 25. Science and the Web Experience WHY SHOULD I THINK OF MY COMPUTATIONAL SOFTWARE AS A COMPUTATIONAL SERVICE? HOW CAN AND WHEN SHOULD I OUTSOURCE COMPUTATIONS TO THE CLOUD?HOW CAN I LEVERAGE WEB 2.0 TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN ALGORITHMS AND SCIENTIFIC USERS?
  • 26. System View Siemens SENN Ensemble W Internet Run Client E User Public Cloud B TUM Level 1 Level 2 Level 3Exposing the Kernel Integrating Distributed Applications Web Integration
  • 27. Final Notes
  • 28. Coupling SOA, Cloud & Web 2.0 Use established web standards to export and import computational algorithms in the cloud Achieve a new dimension of modularity for software and hardware requirements Use the intuitiveness of the web to bridge the gap between algorithms and scientists move science into the web browser!
  • 29. Questions