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  • The termcloudhas been used historically as a metaphor for the Internet.This usage was originally derived from its common depiction in networkdiagrams as an outline of a cloud, used to represent the transport of dataacross carrier backbones (which owned the cloud) to an endpoint locationon the other side of the cloud. This concept dates back as early as 1961,when Professor John McCarthy suggested that computer time-sharing technologymight lead to a future where computing power and even specificapplications might be sold through a utility-type business model.1This ideabecame very popular in the late 1960s, but by the mid-1970s the idea fadedaway when it became clear that the IT-related technologies of the day wereunable to sustain such a futuristic computing model. However, since theturn of the millennium, the concept has been revitalized. It was during thistime of revitalization that the termcloudcomputingbegan to emerge in technologycircles.
  • These Cloud service providers offer computational resources such as servers, network, and storage from a shared facility managed by the provider to Cloud users on an on-demand basis. IaaS providers allow users to dynamically grow and shrink their resource allocations to match their demands. However, the responsibility of utilising this elasticity effectively rests with the Cloud user.
  • The consumer uses an application, but does not control the operating system, hardware or network infrastructure on which it's running. The Software as a Service Cloud service providers offer specific application services delivered over the Internet on some form of on-demand payment system.
  • The consumer uses a hosting environment for their applications. The consumer controls the applications that run in the environment (and possibly has some control over the hosting environment), but does not control the operating system, hardware or network infrastructure on which they are running. The platform is an application framework.
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    • 1. Cloud Computing
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    • 2. Cloud
      Looks Foggy???
      Well it isn’t… It simply means…
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    • 3. How does cloud computing look like?
      Lets enter the cloud now…
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    • 4. Evolution of Computing
      1960’s
      Mainframe
      1980’s
      Client/server
      Today
      Enterprise Cloud Computing
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    • 5. InfrastructureMoving to the Cloud
      1960’s
      Mainframe
      1980’s
      Client/server
      Today
      Cloud Computing Infrastructure
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    • 6. PlatformsMoving to the Cloud
      1960’s
      Mainframe
      1980’s
      Client/server
      Today
      Cloud Computing Platforms
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    • 7. Applications Moving to the Cloud
      1960’s
      Mainframe
      1980’s
      Client/server
      Today
      Cloud Computing Applications
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    • 8. Definitions by Analysts
      Gartner
      “A style of computing where massively scalable IT enabled capabilities are
      delivered as a service to external customers using Internet technologies”
      Forrester
      “A form of standardized IT-based capability — such as Internet-based services,
      software, or IT infrastructure — offered by a service provider that is accessible via
      Internet protocols from any computer, is always available and scales automatically to
      adjust to demand, is either pay-per-use or advertising-based, has Web- or
      programmatic-based control interfaces, and enables full customer self-service”
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    • 9. Its three delivery models…
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    • 10. IaaS
      It is
      Infrastructure as a Service
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      Includes infrastructures on which customers can deploy applications
    • 11. Examples???
      Examples
      Flexiscale
      AWS: EC2
      Services
      AWS: Amazon Web Services
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    • 13. SaaS
      It is simply Software as a Service
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      Include complete applications that can be customized by customers and delivered over the Internet such as Gmail, salesforce.com, and enterprise applications delivered as a service
    • 14. Examples any????
      Examples
      Commercial Services : Examples
      • Salesforce.com
      • 18. Emailcloud
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    • 19. PaaS
      It is Platform as a Service….
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      PaaS offerings are externally hosted services providing complete platforms to create, run, and operate applications, including development tools, administration and management tools
    • 20. Popular services
      Example
      Google App Engine
      AWS: S3
      Database
      Scalability
      AWS: Amazon Web Services
      S3 : Simple Storage Service
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    • 21. Key Benefits…
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    • 22. The “Cloud” = 10X Improvements
      Ease of Use
      Scalability
      Reliability
      Cost Optimization
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    • 23. Ease of Use….
      Deploy infrastructure with a mouse or API
      No cabling, screwdrivers, racking, buying
      Infrastructure available on the fly
      Do it yourself remotely from anywhere anytime
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      That was quite easy..
    • 24. Scalability
      Ease of Use
      Control your infrastructure with your app
      Nothing to purchase and take delivery on
      Instant
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    • 25. Reliability
      Good : enterprise grade hardware
      Design for failures:
      Automatically spin up replacements
      Use multiple clouds
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    • 26. Cost Optimization
      “Turn off the lights” = turn off servers you aren’t using
      Eg: Turn off development and test environments
      Pay for only what you use
      No need to buy in advance
      Zero Capital Outlay
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    • 27. Deployments: Three Types
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    • 28. Public Cloud
      Cloud Ecosystem
      Virtual Private Cloud
      External
      Internal
      Private Cloud
      Private Cloud
      Enterprise
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    • 29. Public Cloud
      Public cloud services are characterized as being available to clients from a third party service provider via the Internet
      The term “public” does not always mean free, even though it can be free or fairly inexpensive to use.
      Public clouds provide an elastic, cost effective means to deploy solutions
      Public Cloud is implemented on thousands of servers running across hundreds of data centres deployed across tens of locations around the world 
      MNCs using public clouds: Eg: Hotmail, New York Times
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    • 30. Private Cloud
      • A private cloud offers many benefits such as being elastic and service based
      • 31. The difference between a private cloud and a public cloud is that in a private cloud-based service, data and processes are managed within the organization without the restrictions of network bandwidth, security exposures and legal requirements that using public cloud services might entail
      • 32. In addition, it offers the provider and the user greater control of the cloud infrastructure, improving security and resiliency because user access and the networks used are restricted and designated
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    • 33. Hybrid Cloud
      A hybrid cloud is a combination of a public and private cloud that interoperates
      In this model users typically outsource non business- critical information and processing to the public cloud, while keeping business - critical services and data in their control
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    • 34. But does it work??
      YES!!!
      • Various providers let you create virtual servers
      • 35. Set up an account, perhaps just with a credit card
      • 36. You create virtual servers ("virtualization")
      • 37. Choose the OS and software each "instance" will have
      • 38. It will run on a large server farm located somewhere
      • 39. You can instantiate more on a few minutes' notice
      • 40. You can shut down instances in a minute or so
      • 41. They send you a bill for what you use
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    • 42. But why go to Cloud????
      Lower cost of ownership
      Reduce infrastructure management responsibility
      Allow for unexpected resource loads
      Faster application rollout
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    • 43. Hey Cloud Computing has
      another side too…
      ??????
      There are some risks…..
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    • 44. Three RISKS to look at!
      • Technical Risks
      • 45. Cloud isolation failure
      • 46. Ineffective capacity management or resource exhaustion
      • 47. Malicious activities or attack due to multi-tenancy use of shared resources
      • 48. Legal Risks
      • 49. No virtual boundaries or jurisdiction for data stored in the cloud
      • 50. Lack of data protection by the Cloud Provider
      • 51. Organizational Risks
      • 52. Loss of Governance due to direct control by Cloud Provider
      • 53. Lock In with the Cloud Provider
      • 54. Non compliance to customer defined policies and procedures
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    • 55. Friday, June 04, 2010
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      On the Gartner’s Hype cycle, 2009 it will take 2 to 5 years for adoption….
    • 56. Cloud Computing NOW…
      Seems to be rapidly becoming a mainstream practice
      Numerous providers
      Amazon EC2 imitators ...
      Just about every major industry name
      IBM, Sun, Microsoft, ...
      Major buzz at industry meetings
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    • 57. Market Overview Of Cloud IT Services From Major Telcos
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    • 58. Google Trends look like this….
      Google Trends is a public web facility of Google Inc., about Google Search, that shows how often a particular search-term is entered relative to the total search-volume across various regions of the world. The horizontal axis of the main graph represents time and the vertical is how often a term is searched for relative to the total number of searches, globally.
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    • 59. Friday, June 04, 2010
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