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    Cloud Computing: the last step in IT commoditisation Cloud Computing: the last step in IT commoditisation Presentation Transcript

    • The Cloud makes your net work 9 februari 2010
    • David GEENS Managing Partner david@nucleus.be
    • About Nucleus Hosting Solution Builder
    • About Nucleus Facts & figures • 10 years experience • Two shareholders: – Wouter Sergeyssels & David Geens • Independent hosting company • Turnover 2009: 1,75 million euro • Employees: 8 • Headquarters at Antwerpen • We manage around 1100 servers in 5 datacenters
    • Question 1 How many of the companies who had an IT- disaster of more than 48h, are going bankrupt within a year? A. 1% B. 15% C. 29%
    • Question 1 How many of the companies who had an IT- disaster of more than 48h, are going bankrupt within a year? A. 1% B. 15% C. 29%
    • Question 2 Which sector has the most expenses in a one hour downtime? A. Energy B. IT C. Telecom
    • Question 2 Which sector has the most expenses in a one hour downtime? A. Energy B. IT C. Telecom
    • Question 3 How many of the companies will be using cloud computing in 2012 according to Gartner Research? A. 3% B. 9% C. 15%
    • Question 3 How many of the companies will be using cloud computing in 2012 according to Gartner Research? A. 3% B. 9% C. 15%
    • Question 4 How many broadband connections are there in Belgium A. 1.8 million B. 2.9 million C. 3.6 million
    • Question 4 How many broadband connections are there in Belgium A. 1.8 million B. 2.9 million C. 3.6 million
    • Special thanks to Simon Wardley Barcamp London For sharing insights into this topic
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    • Definition 1 On-demand self-service Internet infrastructure where you pay-as-you-go and use only what you need, all managed by a browser, application or API. Cloud computing is broken up into multiple segments including: Cloud Infrastructure, Cloud Platforms and Cloud Applications. (see "Cloud Pyramid")
    • Definition 1 On-demand self-service Internet infrastructure where you pay-as-you-go and use only what you need, all managed by a browser, application or API. Cloud computing is broken up into multiple segments including: Cloud Infrastructure, Cloud Platforms and Cloud Applications. (see "Cloud Pyramid")
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    • Definition 2 Cloud computing is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as a service over the Internet. Users need not have knowledge of, expertise in, or control over the technology infrastructure in the "cloud" that supports them. servers.
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    • Definition 1 Broad socioeconomic and technological changes starting in the early 18th century.
    • Definition 2 Rapid development of industry in the early 19th century
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    • 1960 Utility Computing
    • Wollaston
    • Pixii Wollaston
    • Pixii Wollaston 1880
    • Pixii Wollaston 1880
    • Z3 Konrad Zuse 1941
    • Z3 Konrad Zuse 1941 ENIAC 1946
    • Z3 Konrad Zuse 1941 ENIAC 1946 1977 – Apple II
    • Z3 Konrad Zuse 1941 ENIAC 1946 1977 – Apple II
    • 1960 Utility Computing
    • Gerald J. Popek – 1947-2008 Popek and Goldberg virtualization requirements 1974
    • IT is common
    • no longer a strategic advantage
    • IT is just cost of doing business
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    • Viral: 180.000 recipients in 3 hours, 30.000 streams in 3 days
    • 11u: gebeld voor info – 12u akkoord – 12u23 alle streaming servers ready
    • Every evening peak loads of visitors on website
    • The Nucleus Cloud • Cloud OS: VMWare vSphere 4 • Worker nodes: Dell rack servers • Virtual Storage: Dell equallogic & NetApp • Virtual firewalls • Virtual routers & switches on Juniper hardware
    • Some facts • Everything is virtual (more than virtualized servers) • Multidatacenter aware • Dynamic AND Dedicated Cloud Servers • Scalable & flexible • OPEX instead of CAPEX • Always available, without extra investments!