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Introduction to The Cloud from Saint Louis Day of Dot Net session:
History, Composition, Advantages, Disadvantages, Cloud features available in the Microsoft Azure Platform.

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  • 53 - Von Neumann and Barracelli60 – McCarthy (Grid) – utility based computer gridsLicklider (Clouds) - He dreamed of a global network everyone could plug into sharing programs and data.Early 1990s: Grid computing gains popularity. Computers begin to link on centralized networks and share data.1994: Web goes mainstream – Web 1.02007: P2P: BitTorrent and Skype. Microsoft, Google, IBM, and a number of universities initiated Cloud Computer research projects.2008: Web 2.0 goes mainstream. Everyone from Microsoft to Google offer enterprise scale apps over the browser. The first cloud computing events start to pop up all over the country. Virualization hits it stride2009: FBI raid- data center in Texas. Search warrant to seize a particular cabinet of equipment. Unfortunately, the hardware in that cabinet contained data for multiple companies, in addition to the one involved in the investigation. The removal of their data caused at least one of these companies to be unable to operate, and the court denied their attempt to get their data back.
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    • 1. A Walk in the CloudIntro to The Cloud and MS Azure
      Brian Blanchard
      Interim CIO / Executive Consultant
      Lagovent / Lagovent Ventures
      Email: Brian@devrevival.com
      Blog: www.devrevival.com
      Bio: www.brian-blanchard.com
    • 2. What is the Cloud?
    • 3. What is The Cloud
      Cloud Services are any information technology services executed outside of your traditional network infrastructure.
      These services accumulatively are referred to as The Cloud.
      Characteristics:
      On-demand self-service
      Ubiquitous network access
      Location independent resource pooling
      Rapid elasticity
      Measured Service
      Next ->
    • 4. History of the Cloud?
    • 5. History of The Cloud
      Next ->
    • 6. Cloud Composition
    • 7. Cloud Composition
      Next ->
    • 8. Cloud Composition
      .Net Development:
      Azure
      LAMP Development:
      EC2
      Java Development:
      Google App Engine
      Next ->
    • 9. Cloud Composition
      Platform as a Service:
      • Evolution of hosting concept
      Spark:
      • virtualization
      Evolution:
      • OS options
      • 10. Better pricing
      • 11. Utility billing model
      • 12. Granular feature set control
      • 13. “Transient instances in an constant state of dynamic, self adjusting flux”, YousefKhalidi, Microsoft Engineer
      Sub categories / Azure examples:
      • Single platform – Windows Azure
      • 14. Database – SQL Azure
      • 15. Infrastructure – Windows Azure Platform
      • 16. Data – ? Live Services user data ?
      • 17. Storage - Mesh – coming at PDC09
      Next ->
    • 18. Cloud Composition
      Software as a Service:
      • Evolution of website and web services
      Spark:
      • Success of pay as you go websites I.E. salesforce.com
      Evolution:
      • Integration options
      • 19. Increased stability
      • 20. Improved SLAs
      Range of applications:
      • From CRMs to subatomic & quantum physics calculation engines
      • 21. Azure: Office, Exchange, SharePoint, Dynamics
      Next ->
    • 22. Cloud Composition
      Everything as a Service:
      • Services that support The Cloud
      • 23. Services supporting services
      Spark:
      • Need to accelerate Cloud development
      Sub categories / Azure Examples:
      • Testing as a Service
      • 24. Security as a Service –
      • 25. Geneva
      • 26. Live Services
      • 27. Governance as a Service
      • 28. Integration as a Service –
      • 29. .Net Services
      • 30. SharePoint Services
      • 31. Dynamics CRM Services
      • 32. Mesh Services – PDC09
      Next ->
    • 33. Value of the Cloud
    • 34. Value of The Cloud
      Cloud Value
      choice
      Standards based
      communication
      agility
      cost
      Deploy
      resources
      quickly
      innovation
      Rapid
      prototype
      creation
      App Dev Value
      IT Ops Value
      Business Value
      Central
      Service
      Bus
      Higher
      performance/price
      ratio
      Reduce IT
      Risk
      Reduced
      staffing
      concerns
      Improved
      capacity
      planning
      Granular
      OpEx
      Control
      Limits CapEx
      Rapid
      production
      deployment
      scalability
      Scalability
      Value/People/Process
      quality
      performance
      Soap
      Rest
      Increased
      innovation
      Smaller
      Internal
      footprint
      Centralized
      B2B Security
      XML
      Next ->
    • 35. Value of The Cloud – App Dev Value
      Architecture Value
      Standards based
      communication
      Central
      Service
      Bus
      Soap
      Rest
      Centralized
      B2B Security
      XML
      Next ->
    • 36. Value of The Cloud – App Dev Value
      Agility
      Deploy
      resources
      quickly
      Rapid
      prototype
      creation
      Rapid
      production
      deployment
      Next ->
    • 37. Value of The Cloud – IT Ops Value
      IT Operational Value
      Higher
      performance/price
      ratio
      Improved
      capacity
      planning
      Scalability
      Smaller
      Internal
      footprint
      Next ->
    • 38. Value of The Cloud – Business Value
      Business Value
      Reduced
      staffing
      concerns
      Granular
      OpEx
      Control
      Limits CapEx
      Reduced IT Risk
      Value/People/Process
      Increased
      innovation
      Next ->
    • 39. Dark Clouds – Risk of the cloud
      Customer
      Confidence
      Shift in
      mindset
      Weak
      Standards
      Cloud Risks
      Provider
      Lock-in
      Pricing
      SLAs
      Security
      Reliability
      Data Privacy
      Next ->
    • 40. Dark Cloud - The Cloud is over-hyped
      F5 survey:
      67% of IT managers have reserved a portion of their budget for The Cloud
      71% expect to focus on The Cloud in ‘10
      My survey:
      There are more definitions for “The Cloud” than cloud implementers.
      The Cloud
      Today
      Next ->
    • 41. Clear view of The Cloud
      Provider
      Lock-in
      Weak
      Standards
      Customer
      Confidence
      Over-
      Hyped
      The Cloud
      Shift in
      mindset
      Security
      Pricing
      Reliability
      SLAs
      Data Privacy
      Standards based
      communication
      Deploy
      resources
      quickly
      Rapid
      prototype
      creation
      App Dev Value
      IT Ops Value
      Business Value
      Central
      Service
      Bus
      Higher
      performance/price
      ratio
      Reduce IT
      Risk
      Reduced
      staffing
      concerns
      Improved
      capacity
      planning
      Granular
      OpEx
      Control
      Limits CapEx
      Rapid
      production
      deployment
      Scalability
      Value/People/Process
      Soap
      Rest
      Increased
      innovation
      Smaller
      Internal
      footprint
      Centralized
      B2B Security
      XML
      Next ->
    • 42. Cloud Scenarios
      When is The Cloud appropriate?
    • 43. Cloud Scenarios – When is The Cloud appropriate?
      Warning:
      Before we continue I must warn you:
      The Cloud is not a Silver bullet
      The Cloud is not always cost effective
      Do your homework before moving to The Cloud
      Next ->
    • 44. Cloud Scenarios – When is The Cloud appropriate?
      Common reasons to use The Cloud
      Fiscal motivators:
      Capital Shortage
      High strategic importance & Low projected ROI
      Odd usage patterns:
      Unstable usage patterns
      Low anticipated use
      Insufficient data to product accurate usage forecasts
      Next ->
    • 45. Cloud Deployment
    • 46. Cloud deployment– Not all clouds are created equal
      Types of clouds
      Public Clouds:
      Owned by Cloud provider
      Private Cloud:
      Owned by the organization
      Internal Cloud: Hosted on-premise
      External Cloud: Hosted by a Cloud provider
      Public Cloud
      Next ->
    • 47. Cloud Planning
      Mapping your walk in The Clouds
    • 48. Mapping your walk in The Clouds
      Basic architectural elements you should understand before taking a walk in the clouds
      Is the Org. & culture ready for The Cloud?
      Does The Cloud add long-term value in this scenario?
      Are the data, services, & processes well documented?
      What initial & long term resources are needed to support them?
      How do Cloud providers compare to these needs?
      Are those providers compatible with existing Security, Governance, & Operational plans?
      Should you adjust these plans? How?
      The cloud gives technicians additional architectural options.
      It does not give us an excuse to deploy solutions without the proper IT architecture.
      Next ->
    • 49. Questions & Answers
      A walk in The Cloud
      Brian Blanchard
      Interim CIO / Executive Consultant
      Lagovent / Lagovent Ventures
      Email: Brian@devrevival.com
      Blog: www.devrevival.com
      Bio: www.brian-blanchard.com