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Competent Communication Manual Project of mine; Smearing Toastmasters Atmosphere into the working definition of Cloud Computing Environment

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Get in the Cloud

  1. 1. Get In The CloudProject No. 8 in Competent Communication manual “Get comfortable with visual aids.” SU Toast Club, Area 18, Division E, District 65 Sung-Jin, Kim
  2. 2. Introduction• “The main dangers in this life are the people who want to change everything—or nothing! (by Nancy Astor, a British politician)”• Problem  We are drowning in data!• A C.E.O. in a small company  One or two small server(s)
  3. 3. What is Data Center?Servers, telecommunications, storage systems, power supplies,data communications connections, environmental controls, security devices
  4. 4. Do you want to build a Data Center? Sioux Falls Convention & Visitors Bureau (Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA) Least expensive Data Center in the U.S.  Total annual labor cost = $5,802,190  Electric power costs = $455,532  Property & sales tax costs = $729,977  Heating & air-conditioning costs = $172,747  Total operating costs = $7,160,446Source from http://images.businessweek.com/ss/08/08/0804_cloudcomputing/11.htm
  5. 5. What can provide you with the poweryou need? • The CLOUD for SMALL COMPANIESWhat is CLOUD? • well-managed data centers… • internet-based network computers… NIST’s Definition of CLOUD in line with COMPUTING, CLOUD COMPITING“A model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a sharedpool of configurable computing resources(e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidlyprovisioned and released with minimal management effort or service providerinteraction” provision : to make resources available to users and softwareNIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology
  6. 6. What will become of this Cloud ComputingCube in TI perspective ?Source from http://www.katescomment.com/definition-of-cloud-computing-nist-g-cloud/
  7. 7. The Process of RebuildingToastmasters Clubs Public clouds  Open Toastmasters Clubs Rapid elasticity  Quick flexibility to scale up clubs’ membership growth rate or to scale down it as needed Infrastructure as a service  Club Coaches
  8. 8. Mantra: “Rebuild P.R.I.” (I)P• Public cloud  Toastmasters clubs that are open to the publicR• Rapid elasticity  the capability of rebuilding clubs’ membership to fast expand and to fast contract as needed
  9. 9. Mantra: “Rebuild P.R.I.” (II)I• Infrastructure as a service  The club coaches whom the clubs are assigned to are to provision meeting scheduling, objects rearrangement in the meeting room, guests invitation, and other fundamental materials to rebuild the clubs’ membership.
  10. 10. My Definition of Cloud Computing in TI• Rebuilding a model of enabling the public Toastmasters clubs to grow in rapid elasticity of their membership with infrastructure as a service, or the club coaches
  11. 11. Message Conversion We are Mantra: changing our ”Rebuild corner of the P.R.I.” world! “Get in the cloud!”

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