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  • 1. Cloud Computing Vivek Madurai @vivekmadurai Sr. Tech Lead – Engineering OrangeScape Technologies© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential www.orangescape.com
  • 2. What is cloud computing? Is this cloud computing?© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 3. What they are saying? “Biggest Paradigm Shift in 20 years” “Game Changers” “Pay As You Go” “IaaS” “SaaS” “PaaS” “Tremendous Cost Cutting”© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 4. Who Cares ? Whats in it for me?© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 5. Real time example? Say you just moved to a new city And looking for a home to live You can either Build a house or Rent an apartment© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 6. If you Build? Important decision you have to make Initial investment, how big or small Maintenance cost, Government tax, Plumber, Electrician...© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 7. If you Rent? You make a simpler decision High quality infrastructure Just pay your rent and utilities Pay as you go© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 8. Back to cloud computing Let’s translate to Cloud Computing?© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 9. Building enterprise software is like…. Building Bungalow in middle of City Need to Hire an Army of IT Engineers Software Upgrade Support Backup/Restore Service Pack Development Network issues© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 10. What about changes In the mean time many thing changes Bankruptcy Time to market Economy upside down Layoffs Can we bridge these Gaps© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 11. New way of thinking Cloud Computing is not the answer for all But it definitely simplifies our lives© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 12. Deployment model “public cloud” “private cloud” “hybrid cloud”© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 13. Public cloud it is like renting an apartment Accessible only via internet No direct connectivity Resources are available to generic public© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 14. Private cloud it is like building an own house Operates for one organization Security is addressed here No internet dependency But they have to be build and managed© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 15. Hybrid cloud building an own house Renting party halls Secure transaction are maintained privately Common operations are open© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 16. Different layers of cloud? $21b by 2012 @ 20% Cloud Apps: Application delivered to the end users on a pay-by-use model. e.g: Salesforce.com, SuccessFactors $9b by 2012 @ 160% Cloud Middleware: Simplifies SaaS development, accelerates time to market & ALM eg: OrangeScape, force.com, many others Cloud OS: Defines an auto scaling architecture over IaaS. e.g: Google GAE, Microsoft Azure $4b by 2012 @ 60% Cloud Infra: Infrastructure on demand - makes pay-by- use feasible. e.g: Amazon EC2, GoGrid, NetMagic Source: AMR, Gartner, IDC, William Blair & Co Service Models© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 17. Why IaaS? giant datacenters across the globe High Availability Network is always up High Traffic, load balance Your data is replicated 3 or 4 times in their data center© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 18. IaaS Leave it to the leaders..© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 19. Why PaaS? Programming language execution environment Web sever Data base Auto scaling Operating system Zero hardware and software maintenance© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 20. PaaS© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 21. Why SaaS? Business user/Consumer Access app from cloud client Large cloud users - Multitenant Here comes the Money Monthly/yearly flat fee per user Cloud client – PC, smart phones , tablet, desktop© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 22. SaaS© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 23. Is it really linked to Us? As an end-consumer, believe it or not you’ve been using Cloud for long times© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 24. to summarize© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 25. Why Cloud? Concept: MWD Advisors© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 26. Issues “privacy” “Compliance” “security”© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 27. Future of Cloud “SaaS” “hybrid cloud” “cloud gamming” “Multitenant”© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 28. © 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 29. Reference  National Institute of Standards and Technology http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/nistpubs/800-145/SP800-145.pdf Clash of the cloud http://www.economist.com/node/14637206?story_id=14637206 What is cloud computing http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/what-is-cloud-computing.html© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential
  • 30. Thank you© 2003-10, OrangeScape Technologies Limited. Confidential