Lost In The Cloud: cloud computing hope or hype? KATHO

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Lost In The Cloud: cloud computing hope or hype? KATHO

  1. 1. Lost  in  the  Cloud Cloud  compu*ng,  hope  or  hype? Thijs  Feryn Support  manager +32  (0)9  218  79  06 thijs@combellgroup.com
  2. 2. About  me I’m  the  support  manager  at  Combell
  3. 3. About  me I’m  a  board  member  at  PHPBenelux
  4. 4. About  me I’m  a  Zend  Cer9fied  Engineer ...  and  a  modest  contributor  to   various  open  source  projects
  5. 5. Follow  me  on  TwiDer:  @ThijsFeryn Read  my  blog:  hDp://blog.feryn.eu
  6. 6. Who  are  you?
  7. 7. What  is  Cloud?
  8. 8. What  is  Cloud?
  9. 9. What  Cloud  is  NOT  !
  10. 10. What  Cloud  is  NOT  ! Not  a  technology Not  a  revoluNon Not  a  philosophy
  11. 11. What  is  Cloud?
  12. 12. BoPom  line Cloud  =  the  internet
  13. 13. MisconcepNons  &  trickery
  14. 14. MisconcepNons  &  trickery Cloud  is  about  virtualiza9on Cloud  is  about  elas9c  resources Cloud  is  about  scalability  &  high  availability Cloud  is  about  pay  as  you  go/grow
  15. 15. DefiniNon
  16. 16. DefiniNon A  consump9on  and  delivery   model  for  the  internet  where   flexibility  is  key  and  can  be   ensured  throughout  abstrac9on
  17. 17. Internet  as  commodity/uNlity
  18. 18. Key  features
  19. 19. AbstracNon
  20. 20. AbstracNon VirtualizaNon IsolaNon Storage  vs  computaNon
  21. 21. VirtualizaNon
  22. 22. VirtualizaNon
  23. 23. IsolaNon
  24. 24. Storage
  25. 25. ComputaNon
  26. 26. Flexibility
  27. 27. Flexibility Scalability  &  high  availability ElasNc  resource  allocaNon Pay  as  you  go/grow Fast  setup  &  deployment
  28. 28. Scalability
  29. 29. High  availability
  30. 30. ElasNc  resource  allocaNon
  31. 31. Pay  as  you  go/grow?
  32. 32. Fast  setup  &  deployment
  33. 33. Service  layers
  34. 34. Service  layers SaaS PaaS IaaS
  35. 35. Sobware  As  A  Service  (SaaS)
  36. 36. Placorm  As  A  Service  (PaaS)
  37. 37. Infrastructure  As  A  Service  (IaaS)
  38. 38. Deployment  models
  39. 39. Public  cloud
  40. 40. Private  cloud
  41. 41. Hybrid  cloud
  42. 42. Manager  friendly  diagrams
  43. 43. Manager  friendly  diagrams
  44. 44. Consequences  of  the  hype  effect
  45. 45. Cloud  washing
  46. 46. Cloud  is  not  a  new  phenomenon
  47. 47. What  people  want
  48. 48. How  people  expect  it  to  be
  49. 49. What  people  actually  need
  50. 50. People  someNmes  forget
  51. 51. That  cloud  is  not  a  one  size  fits  all  soluNon
  52. 52. SaturaNon  of  the  market
  53. 53. The  power  of  the  Cloud The  power  of  the  Cloud  lies  in  its  recipe   which  is  different  for  each  hoster
  54. 54. Ask  more  quesNons  !
  55. 55. The  big  boys?
  56. 56. The  big  boys?
  57. 57. Auto  scaling?
  58. 58. Pay  as  you  go/grow?
  59. 59. Service  Level  Agreement
  60. 60. Can  you  reach  out  to  your  hoster?
  61. 61. Do  it  yourself?
  62. 62. Consequences  of  downNme
  63. 63. Where’s  your  data?
  64. 64. Rethink  your  deployment  model
  65. 65. But  ...  there’s  hope
  66. 66. Proven  technology
  67. 67. The  big  boys  are  playing  along  too
  68. 68. Can  be  economically  beneficial
  69. 69. Scalability
  70. 70. High  availability
  71. 71. Ride  the  wave
  72. 72. Reach  the  mainstream
  73. 73. The  way  we  roll
  74. 74. Q&A

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