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Economics of cloud computing Economics of cloud computing Presentation Transcript

  • Cloud Computing
    From Horse Carriage to a Train
  • Horseless Carriage Syndrome
    The first cars also looked very similar to the horse and carriage (just without the horse).
    =
    People were Scared to travel in Cars
  • Cloud Today = Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt
    IT is going through a similar change.
    The shift from client/server to the cloud.
  • Cloud Promise
    Cloud promises not just cheaper IT, but also faster, easier, more flexible, and more effective IT.
  • Economics of Cloud
  • From Mainframe to Client Server
    New Technologies Needs Time
  • Cloud = Economies of Scale
    Supply-side savings. Large-scale data centers (DCs) lower costs per server.
    Demand-side aggregation. Aggregating demand for computing smooths overall variability, allowing server utilization rates to increase.
    Multi-tenancy efficiency. When changing to a multitenant application model, increasing the number of tenants (i.e., customers or users) lowers the application management and server cost per tenant.
  • One Example
    MIPS (million instructions per second)
  • Major Cost Saving Elements
    Infrastructure labor costs -  by automating many repetitive management tasks, larger facilities are able to lower them further than smaller ones.
    Security and reliability - Large commercial cloud providers are often better able to bring deep expertise to bear on this problem than a typical corporate IT department.
    Buying power-  Operators of large data centers can get discounts on hardware purchases of up to 30 percent over smaller buyers.
  • Cloud Multiple Choices
  • The Could Burst - Reality
  • The Future of Cloud
    Cloud security will evolve
    Clouds will become more compliant
    Decentralized IT (also known as 'rogue IT’) will continue to lead the charge
    Perceptions are rapidly changing
    Cloud services will enable IT groups to focus more on innovation while leaving non-differentiating activities to reliable and cost-effective providers.
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    Sources: Microsoft and other internet websites…..
  • “Technology is a gift of God. After the gift of life it is perhaps the greatest of God's gifts. It is the mother of civilizations, of arts and of sciences.”
    - Freeman Dyson
    Lets embrace technology. If you like it, please Share!
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