Cloud Computing Training


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This training course is designed for Developers, System Admin and Project Managers to manage a complete cloud solutuion for their respective clients on IAAS, PAAS and SAAS models. Weather these people are working on cloud deployment and security, will learn how to build, launch, and scale an application using Amazon Web Services and Java development tools. Learn to develop and quickly build scalable & interative web applications in Java using Google App Engine.

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Cloud Computing Training

  1. 1. 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  2. 2. I’m Cloud Confused Demystifying Cloud Computing
  3. 3. What the say:“Biggest Paradigm Shift in 20 years” “Game Changers” “Just On” “Pay As You Go” “Tremendous Cost Cutting”5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  4. 4. Describe The Cloud To Me The Cloud5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  5. 5. What is it for me?5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  6. 6. First, What the heck is Cloud ComputingFirst, what the heck isCloud Computing?…in simple5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  7. 7. Let’s use a simple analogy Say you just moved to a city, and you’re looking for a place to live5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  8. 8. You can either Build a house or Rent an apartment5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  9. 9. If you build a house, there are a fewimportant decisions you have tomake… 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  10. 10. How big is the house?are you planning to grow a large family? 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  11. 11. But, you get a chance to customize it flooring tile windows Roof floor planlighting landscaping 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  12. 12. Once the house is built, you’re responsible for maintenanceHire Landscaper House Keeping Pay property tax Heating and Cooling Electrician Water Plumber Gutter Cleaning 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  13. 13. How about renting ?5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  14. 14. Consider a builder in your city buildsa massive number of apartment units5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  15. 15. A unit can easily be convertedinto a 2,3……. or more units 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  16. 16. You make a fewer, simpler decisions You can start with one unit and grow later, or Downsize it5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  17. 17. But…You do not have a lot of options tocustomize your unit5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  18. 18. triple pane windows green materials high capacity electricity high speed InternetHowever, builders provide you withvery high quality infrastructure 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  19. 19. No need to worry about maintenance cost No need to Hire landscapers, 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview electricians, plumbers
  20. 20. Pay as You Go Just pay your rent and utilities5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  21. 21. Let’s translate this to Cloud Computing ?5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  22. 22. As an end-consumer, believe it or notyou’ve been using Cloud for long times5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  23. 23. Yes, most of them are Free Free Free . .5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  24. 24. But you’ve been enjoying High Reliability Service (ok, ok, most of them are) Unlimited Storage Connecting, Sharing5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  25. 25. OK, Now tell that to the business owner Give up your data, then you can use this infrastructure for free5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  26. 26. This is how their CEO would feel5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  27. 27. My Business Needs… Security Privacy Reliability High Availability5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  28. 28. Building Enterprise Software is like…. Building Medieval Castle Stone Wall Fire-proof Moat Army Death Hole5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  29. 29. Let’s Hire an Army of IT Engineers Software Upgrade Support Backup/RestoreService Pack Development Network issues 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  30. 30. Let’s Build Huge Data Center Capacity PlanningCooling Management Disaster Plan Server Crashes 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  31. 31. In the mean time,… Many things have changed5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  32. 32. The enterprise world we live in 2012 and beyond Global Direct, Open Customers(Customers, Resources, IPs are acquired everywhere) Communication (e.g. Social Media) Digital Life Convergence (Work and Personal lines are blurring) Work Remotely (Mobility Trend) Transparency (Blogs, Social Computing) Brief Collaboration (Assemble the best, Disassemble upon completion) 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  33. 33. 2011-12 Economy is upside down Layoffs Bankruptcy Excess Capacity5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  34. 34. Can we bridge the gap?5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  35. 35. Requires a New Way of Thinking5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  36. 36. Cloud Computing is not the answer for all 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  37. 37. But it could simplify our lives….5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  38. 38. Leave it the experts who have a lot of money to spend to build giant datacenters across the globe5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  39. 39. Your data is replicated 3 or 4 times in their data center High Availability5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  40. 40. High Traffic? Adding “servers” is a click away. Running in just minutes, not days5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  41. 41. It can even load balance your server traffic5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  42. 42. Expect your Cloud Network is always up5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  43. 43. Yes, you can even pick where your data and “servers” reside5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  44. 44. Business Contraction? Just reduce your computing power, storage 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  45. 45. Only a handful of major players can build this massive infrastructure5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  46. 46. Not many software written yet to takeadvantage of cloud infrastructure5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  47. 47. Sensitive Data in the Cloud? are there yet?Encryption Data at Rest Data in Motion5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  48. 48. Yes, you’re loosing some controls some configurations physical security 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview only subset of APIs
  49. 49. Let’s clear common confusions about Cloud Computing5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  50. 50. Who is paying whom?5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  51. 51. Typical Scenarios Software/Service Providers Cloud/Infrastructure Provider You You may also build software directly on the provider’s platform and(Business, Individual) pay them directly 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  52. 52. Do I have to start over?5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  53. 53. In some cases,you could redirect your data to the cloud Before Migrate Data to the Cloud5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  54. 54. In some cases,you could redirect your data to the cloud After5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  55. 55. However, to take advantage fully,migrate all or create new apps on the cloud Employees Suppliers Customers Overview5/15/2012 Cloud
  56. 56. Is this just Hosting 2.0?5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  57. 57. No, they have different architectures and business model Cloud Players Hosting Players Hundreds of them around the worldOnly few can afford billions dollar investment on data centers 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  58. 58. Your contracts Cloud Players Hosting PlayersPay As You Go Often yearlyPay only what you use5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  59. 59. Reliability, High Availability,Capacity Elasticity Cloud Players Hosting PlayersVirtually unlimited Bring your own or rentstorage, computing power servers to increase capacity You have to manage Built-in Redundancy reliability, fail over yourself 5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  60. 60. The end of PC ?5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  61. 61. NO Most cloud applications that will be built are accessible from PC. Applications can be a browser base, application running on PC accessing data and services on the cloud So will the mobile applications5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  62. 62. Even More Confused? “Like” a Facebook Page “I’m Cloud Confused”5/15/2012 Cloud Overview
  63. 63. For more Details Please visit : Website: Contact: sales@attuneinfocom.com5/15/2012 Cloud Overview