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Cloud computing

  1. 1. Cloud Computing Disruptive innovation And Enabling technology By: NOR SYAFIQAH BT HANAFI
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION • Multiple Definitions • The “Cloud” = 10X Improvements • Redefining The Definitions
  3. 3. The “Cloud” = 10X Improvements • Ease of Use • Scalability • Risk • Reliability • Cost
  4. 4. Understanding how others view ‘Cloud Computing’ MULTIPLE DEFINITIONS
  5. 5. Forrester Research • “A pool of abstracted,highly scalable and managed compute infrastructure capable of hosting end-customer application and billed by consumption”
  6. 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. 7. Our view of Cloud Computing REDEFINING THE DEFINITION
  8. 8. Defining the Segment • SaaS -Software as a service -Storage as a service • PaaS – Platform as a service • IaaS – Infrastructure as a service
  9. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 16. THE END

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