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Egypt Cloud Day, May2011--Hello Cloud Computing
Egypt Cloud Day, May2011--Hello Cloud Computing
Egypt Cloud Day, May2011--Hello Cloud Computing
Egypt Cloud Day, May2011--Hello Cloud Computing
Egypt Cloud Day, May2011--Hello Cloud Computing
Egypt Cloud Day, May2011--Hello Cloud Computing
Egypt Cloud Day, May2011--Hello Cloud Computing
Egypt Cloud Day, May2011--Hello Cloud Computing
Egypt Cloud Day, May2011--Hello Cloud Computing
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Egypt Cloud Day, May2011--Hello Cloud Computing

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  • 1. 5/22/2011 Session: Hello Cloud! Speaker: Mohamed El‐Refaey Mohamed@egyptcloudforum.com http://twitter.com/#!/melrefaey http://twitter.com/#!/egyptcloudforum http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/pages/Egypt‐Cloud‐ Forum/111055065588154 http://eg.linkedin.com/in/mohamedelrefaey Agenda• Ab t U About Us• Cloud Overview• Cloud Trends and Challenges• Q&A 1
  • 2. 5/22/2011 About Us• ECF  (Egypt  Cloud  Forum)  established  March 2010. 2010• Purpose:  a  non‐profit  open  community  for  professionals, Students and cloud computing  fans• What do we do?  • Educational Sessions Events Educational Sessions Events. • ECF  is  an  official  affiliate  to  Cloud  Security Alliance(CSA), Egypt Chapter. • OpenStack Egypt User Group. • R&D activities. Enjoy Video!Cloud Computing Road Trip ‐ Intel® Software Networkhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDFGDuNCuD4&feature=related 2
  • 3. 5/22/2011 Cloud definition • Abstracting  Hardware  and  software  from  the service! • A data center over the internet. • NIST Definition • A model for enabling convenient, on‐demand network access to  a shared pool of configurable computing resources that can be  rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management  effort or service provider interaction Cloud ArchitectureCloud ApplicationsCloud Software EnvironmentsCloud Software Cloud SoftwareInfrastructure(SIaaS)Cloud Infrastructure 3
  • 4. 5/22/2011 Cloud Architecture & Service models Cloud Operational BoundariesOn‐Premise(Private) IaaS PaaS SaaS Applications Applications Applications Applications Runtime Runtime Runtime Runtime Integration Integration Integration Integration Databases Databases Databases Databases Virtualization l Virtualization l Virtualization Virtualization l Networking Networking Networking Networking Storage Storage Storage Storage Servers Servers Servers Servers 4
  • 5. 5/22/2011 Cloud Benefits On‐Demand Business  Mobility Focus Elastic  Flexibility Scalability Greater  Simplified  Choice and  Management AgilityUtility Pricing  Model Benefits IT Utilization What Analysts Say About CC? • Predicts: By 2012 Cloud Computing will allow 20% of businesses to be Predicts: By 2012 Cloud Computing will allow 20% of businesses to be  all Cloud based with no physical assets • Estimates: over the course of the next five years, enterprises will spend  $112 billion cumulatively on Cloud Computing Shows: • Worldwide revenue from public IT cloud services exceeded $16 billion  in 2009 and is forecast to reach $55.5 billion in 2014, representing a  compound annual growth rate of 27.4% $ 40 Billion for Iaas, Hosting, Managed Hosting and PaaS  $ 7 Billion  for  Saas (Salesforce , Collaboration, etc..) 5
  • 6. 5/22/2011 Migrate to Cloud … Execution Pilot Project Assess  readiness Develop a  strategy Identify  business  Case Cloud Workloads Not ready yet Not ready yet Ready Made Possible Made Possible Extremely high IOPS Highly variable traffic Medical imaging Regulatory Compliance Temporary Financial Risks Legacy software not  Batch Jobs with min  Collaborative care designed for cloud SecurityLots of HW Customization Test & Pre‐Production e gy a age e Energy Management Blogs, media rich  Large relational DB websites Backup & Storage  Sensitive Data solutions Complex Processing &  Mail and collaboration  Transactions software 6
  • 7. 5/22/2011 Cloud Challenges & Barriers!• Security concerns  S it• Technology immaturity • Integration with existing technology • Vendor lock‐in • Integration into IT organization • Ability to meet SLAs  Abilit t t SLA• Issues with downtime/availability  7
  • 8. 5/22/2011 Amazon Status Dashboard Conclusion & Take Away• Golden Rule:  DO NOT Run to Engineer because you aeaare  an  Engineer,  Know  the  Theory  first,  learn  it  well,  g ee , o e eo y s , ea e ,and then fuel your engine and move slowly but surely!• Cloud Concepts are not all new …• Cloud comes with clear benefits and challenges… g• DON’T USE CLOUD because people use it!!• Plan first and start with non‐critical apps pilot … 8
  • 9. 5/22/2011 Thank Th k you Now, it is time for Q&A• What is the difference between scalability and  elasticity?  l ti it ?• What is the difference between hosted AM  and SaaS?  9

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