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  • 1. Cloud Computing Disruptive innovation And Enabling technology By: NOR SYAFIQAH BT HANAFI
  • 2. INTRODUCTION • Multiple Definitions • The “Cloud” = 10X Improvements • Redefining The Definitions
  • 3. The “Cloud” = 10X Improvements • Ease of Use • Scalability • Risk • Reliability • Cost
  • 4. Understanding how others view ‘Cloud Computing’ MULTIPLE DEFINITIONS
  • 5. Forrester Research • “A pool of abstracted,highly scalable and managed compute infrastructure capable of hosting end-customer application and billed by consumption”
  • 6. Forrester Research(cont’d) • Different than SaaS -Prescripted and Abstracted infrasturcture -Fully virtualized -Dynamic infrastructure software -Pay by consumption -Free of long term contract -Application and OS independent -Free of software and hardware installation
  • 7. Our view of Cloud Computing REDEFINING THE DEFINITION
  • 8. Defining the Segment • SaaS -Software as a service -Storage as a service • PaaS – Platform as a service • IaaS – Infrastructure as a service
  • 9. The cloud’s ‘Snowball Effect’ • Maturation of virtualization technology • Virtualization enables COMPUTE Clouds • Compute clouds create demand for STORAGE Clouds • Storage +compute create cloud INFRASTRUCTURE • Cloud infrastructure enables Cloud PLATFORMS& APPLICATIONS • Multiple Cloud types lead to Cloud AGGREGATORS • Niche requirements enable Cloud EXTENDERS
  • 10. Cloud computing is… …virtualized compute power and storage delivered via platform-agnostic infrastructures of abstracted hardware and software accessed over the internet.These shared,on –demand IT resources ,are created and disposed of programmatic interfaces and are billed variably based on measureable usage.
  • 11. Cloud “Applications” • SaaS resides here • Most common Cloud/Many providers of different services • Examples :SalesForce,Gmail.Yahoo! Mail,Quicken Online • Advantages : Free,easy,Consumer adoption • Disadvantages : Limited functionally,no control or access to underlying technology
  • 12. Cloud “Platform” • “Containers” • “Closed” environments • Examples : Google App Engine,Heroku,Mosso,Engine Yard,Joyent or Force.com(SalesForce Dev Platform) • Advantages : Good for developers,more control than “application”Clouds,lightly configured • Disadvantages : Restricted to what is available,other dependencies
  • 13. Cloud “Infrastructure” • Virtualization layers (hardware and software) • Examples : Amazon EC2,GoGrid,Amazon S3,Nirvanix,Linode • Advantages : Full control of environmeProvide “Compute” and “Storage” clouds • nts and infrastructure • Disadvantages : premium price point,limited competition
  • 14. Cloud “Extender”(wild card) • Provides extension to Cloud Infrastructure and Platforms with basic functionality • Examples :Amazon SimpleDB,Amazon SQS,Google Big Table • Advantages :Extend functionality of Compute&Storage cloud to intergrate with legacy systems or other cloud • Disadvantages :Sometimes requires use of specific Platforms or Infrastructure
  • 15. Cloud “Aggregators”(wild card) • Sits on top of various Cloud Infrastructures for management • Examples :RightScale,Appistry • Advantages :Provides more options for Cloud environments • Disadvantages :Dependent on Cloud providers
  • 16. THE END

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