Using Cloud Computing in Your         Organization             Dr.Putchong Uthayopas       Department of Computer Engineer...
New Demand for IT infrastructure  Capacity    Massive processing power    Massive Storage  Security  Availability  S...
New Challenges High operating cost   Man power cost   Equipment cost   Energy cost High operating complexity   Chang...
Dream machine Computer with infinite capacity Start small and grow big based  on my demand Capacity can scale up and do...
It is called   cloud computing system
What is Clouding Computing?                           • A style of computing in      Cloud                 which dynamical...
4 Essential Utilities and                    Delivery Networks                              Water(1) Water                ...
Power Grid Inspiration for Computing?: Deliver ICT services                as “computing utilities” to users
Economic of Cloud UsageSource: “Above the Clouds: A Berkeley View of Cloud Computing”, RAD lab,UC Berkeley
Why we should move to the cloud? Quick start up    no need to purchase any equipment. Subscribe, pay, and use it. Scala...
Three Cloud Service Models
Making it easierCloud Middleware and Management Software
Using IaaS Cloud User view the cloud as a number of servers Look the same as co-location server     This is actually a ...
Using PaaS Cloud PaaS cloud give you an API to program on the cloud There is a need to port application etc.   .NET to ...
Cloud Application Development        UI Tier        Web2.0                          Processing       Data                 ...
Using SaaS Cloud You have already used it!     Facebook     Gmail     Calendar     Google Map Running application di...
What the Cloud can do? server consolidation   Iaas cloud is the same as allow you to use many servers    hosted by servi...
The Cloud and I                             Money         Video                Data                                       ...
The Cloud and I Google docs (Office)     Spread Sheet     Word processor     Presentation     Calendar     Gmail
The Cloud and Icalendar    picture    music My cloud (google, facebook,      dropbox, amazon)document
Work Life with a Cloud Appointment (google calendar)   My secretary take appointment , add to calendar   I got to see i...
Work Life with a Cloud Document (google docs)   I can create basic document, good spreadsheet, basic    presentation wit...
Play Life with a Cloud Picture   Using Instagram, photo, video I take instantly appear on    twitter and facebook and ne...
Play Life with a Cloud Book  Amazon Kindle Store. Buy book from amazon and they   will keep it on their cloud    Unlimi...
Play Life with a Cloud Music   iTune Store allow you to shopping for music, movies   You can load it and play on many o...
Moving KU Computer Engineering on            the Cloud  Introduction    Department of Computer Engineering is one of the...
Moving KU Computer Engineering on            the Cloud  Challenge and Opportunity    Must provide a scalable and reliabl...
Moving KU Computer Engineering on            the Cloud  Cloud is Solution      For Server, use VM cloud (VMware) to cons...
Direction   E-                      Video       Virtual                  Virtual              Storage                     ...
Cloud computing open issues People do not trust other to have their important  data   And why people trust your bank to ...
Conclusion Cloud Computing is here! You are using it everyday   SaaS Level such as facebook, gmail Let fly above the c...
Thank you
Cloud Library Cloud Library e-book lending service that  will allow users to browse and borrow  digital books directly fr...
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  1. 1. Using Cloud Computing in Your Organization Dr.Putchong Uthayopas Department of Computer Engineering Faculty of Engineering Kasetsart University pu@ku.ac.th
  2. 2. New Demand for IT infrastructure  Capacity  Massive processing power  Massive Storage  Security  Availability  Scalability  Start small and grow on demand  Cost effective
  3. 3. New Challenges High operating cost  Man power cost  Equipment cost  Energy cost High operating complexity  Changing technology  Increase complexity  Network, server, storage , security
  4. 4. Dream machine Computer with infinite capacity Start small and grow big based on my demand Capacity can scale up and down on demand Pay only what we use. No complex operating and maintenance
  5. 5. It is called cloud computing system
  6. 6. What is Clouding Computing? • A style of computing in Cloud which dynamically scalable and often virtualized computing resources are provided as a service over the Internet. Google Saleforce AmazonSource: Wikipedia (cloud computing) Microsoft Yahoo
  7. 7. 4 Essential Utilities and Delivery Networks Water(1) Water Distribution Network(2) Electricity Power Grid(3) Gas Telecom(4) Telephone Networks
  8. 8. Power Grid Inspiration for Computing?: Deliver ICT services as “computing utilities” to users
  9. 9. Economic of Cloud UsageSource: “Above the Clouds: A Berkeley View of Cloud Computing”, RAD lab,UC Berkeley
  10. 10. Why we should move to the cloud? Quick start up  no need to purchase any equipment. Subscribe, pay, and use it. Scalability  less demand less computing power, more demand more computing power Elasticity  Handle the demand surge Less maintenance  No need to hire people to fix server broken, hacking, tuning Less operation cost  Pay only what you really use  Cut the cost of maintaining huge infrastructure It is cool, trendy  Just a stupid execute when people do not believe you ^_^
  11. 11. Three Cloud Service Models
  12. 12. Making it easierCloud Middleware and Management Software
  13. 13. Using IaaS Cloud User view the cloud as a number of servers Look the same as co-location server  This is actually a virtual server  Windows or many flavor of Linux User can start stop and reboot from web interface Normal web based application work fine Usage is charge on pay per use Can try at aws.amazon.com  Open a new account and start a new server use less than 30 minutes to apply
  14. 14. Using PaaS Cloud PaaS cloud give you an API to program on the cloud There is a need to port application etc.  .NET to Windows Azure  Python to google app engine Pros and Cons  More light weight that IaaS but need some application porting effort
  15. 15. Cloud Application Development UI Tier Web2.0 Processing Data Tier Management Tier Separate processing logic , UI, and DM Tier Using Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) design
  16. 16. Using SaaS Cloud You have already used it!  Facebook  Gmail  Calendar  Google Map Running application directly from you browser No coding , no porting just pay and use or use it for free
  17. 17. What the Cloud can do? server consolidation  Iaas cloud is the same as allow you to use many servers hosted by service providers Scalable web application  Community web like sanook , kapook  Web app for anything you want to do Back end for mobile app  iCloud, GoogleCloud are being used
  18. 18. The Cloud and I Money Video Data Music books Computing Power Personal information Services Picture Application Games ACCESSANYTIME STORAGEANYWHERE Internet SHARINGANYHOW RELIABILITY SECURITY AVAILABILITY
  19. 19. The Cloud and I Google docs (Office)  Spread Sheet  Word processor  Presentation  Calendar  Gmail
  20. 20. The Cloud and Icalendar picture music My cloud (google, facebook, dropbox, amazon)document
  21. 21. Work Life with a Cloud Appointment (google calendar)  My secretary take appointment , add to calendar  I got to see it on every device quickly, so is she  Device notify me Email (gmail)  I can go to any computer/device with browser, my email follow me there.  I have no need to install mail client, maintain mail server
  22. 22. Work Life with a Cloud Document (google docs)  I can create basic document, good spreadsheet, basic presentation without installing any software  I can down load document and edit it on my computer  I can share my document with other on internet and edit it together Storage (google drive, dropbox)  Create presentation on notebook, drop in in dropbox  Present from iPad, Smartphone  Secure, no need to carry thumb drive  Easily share file with other people making team work easy
  23. 23. Play Life with a Cloud Picture  Using Instagram, photo, video I take instantly appear on twitter and facebook and neatly catalog  Picture can be shared, tag, comment among my 2000 friends on facebook!  If I want, they will know where I was. (Little dangerous) Communication  My thought can be spread anytime anyway using facebook, googleplus, multiply  I can even “hang out” with friend on google plus
  24. 24. Play Life with a Cloud Book  Amazon Kindle Store. Buy book from amazon and they will keep it on their cloud  Unlimited book shelves, no cleaning, dusting  Read your book on any device iPad, iPhone, Androiod Phone, Tablet, PC, Mac  I read mine on iPad, and my Galaxy S2 phone
  25. 25. Play Life with a Cloud Music  iTune Store allow you to shopping for music, movies  You can load it and play on many of your devices  Media Industry is changing, now you can own a radio station and TV station and get audiences around the world  Power shift from infrastructure provider (TV station) to content creator ( like grammy etc.)
  26. 26. Moving KU Computer Engineering on the Cloud  Introduction  Department of Computer Engineering is one of the leading computer engineering in Thailand (23 years)  Research and Education  30 faculty member  20-30 Ph.D students 50 Master, 120 MSIT, 400 Undergrad  Mission  Must support the teaching and research by providing server / network/ service infrastructure  Driving toward mobile anytime anywhere infrastructure
  27. 27. Moving KU Computer Engineering on the Cloud  Challenge and Opportunity  Must provide a scalable and reliable infrastructure  Servers, Storage  Services  Previously, a number of physical server has been used  Getting old quickly, hard to maintain, a lot of space  Consume a lot of power, cooling
  28. 28. Moving KU Computer Engineering on the Cloud  Cloud is Solution  For Server, use VM cloud (VMware) to consolidate all small server into a set of VM on only 5 machines  Every lab, professor can request for VM for their use  Can scale easily using more physical server  Moving to centralize large storage using NAS/SAN storage cloud
  29. 29. Direction E- Video Virtual Virtual Storage HPClearning Server Desktop Server Virtualized Cloud Infrastructure Physical Infrastructure ( Srver, Storage, Network)
  30. 30. Cloud computing open issues People do not trust other to have their important data  And why people trust your bank to have all their money? People do not trust that cloud provider can provide a robust and secure environment  How many time your system went down or being hacked compared to google or facebook?  Do avrage company have better staff than ISP who deal with these problems on a daily basis Interesting!
  31. 31. Conclusion Cloud Computing is here! You are using it everyday  SaaS Level such as facebook, gmail Let fly above the cloud and see what it can do for you.
  32. 32. Thank you
  33. 33. Cloud Library Cloud Library e-book lending service that will allow users to browse and borrow digital books directly from their iPads, Nooks and Android-based tablets. 3M will outfit local libraries with its own software, hardware and e-book collection  be able to access via special apps, or 3Ms new eReaders, which will be synced with available digital content.  Discovery Terminal download stations in libraries, allowing visitors to leaf through the collection from a touch-based interface.  Random House and IPG have signed on to the initiative

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