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  • Cloud computing has the potential to create irreversible changes in how computers are used around the world, says David Carrera, director of the Cloud Computing (CC) research team at Spain’s UniversitatPolitecnica de Catalunya (UPC). Carrera says cloud computing technology’s objective is to move any applications stored on a computer to a remote location, eliminating all the standard components, including operating systems and hard drives, which are necessary in today’s computers and make them accessible online through a standard browser. Traditional computers will become obsolete, and instead of traveling with laptops, users will be able to rent a computer and access all of the information and programs online. Carrera says the ultimate goal of cloud computing is to mix and manage applications in an intelligent manner. For example, cloud computing could be used to create software that monitors the response of a machine or appliance in real time and controls its power supply, optimizing energy use and saving money, Carrera says. The CC team is researching systems for coordinating the thousands of terminals and nodes that compose the cloud, a major concern of technology companies. “By applying artificial intelligence to the cloud, we are hoping to develop a system through which computers can manage themselves,”
  • GRID and SMARTGRIDConnectivity always and everywhereOnline Apps revolution (socializing)Costs: back to the pay per cycle timeGreen IT: less power, less polution requires a lot of flexibilityClick 1: Outsourcing 2.0. Second step in an already running process.Click 2: Privacy 2.0 DNA rights example. Changes in society.

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  • 1. Definitions of Cloud Computing Cloud computing is a pay-per-use model for Clouds are hardware-based services enabling available, convenient, on-demand offering compute, network and storage capacity where: accessto a shared pool of configurable computing resources that can be rapidly ▪ Hardware management is highly abstracted from the buyer provisioned and released with minimal ▪ Buyers incur infrastructure costs as variable OPEX management effort or service(up or down) ▪ Infrastructure capacity is highly elastic provider interaction.
  • 2. Quotes “Cloud computing has the potential to create irreversible changes in how computers are used around the world” “Cloud computing technology’s objective is to move any application stored on a computer to a remote location, eliminating all the standard components, including operating systems and hard drives, which are necessary in today’s computers and make them accessible online through a standard browser. “
  • 3. Simple Cloud Definition Resources As A Commodity
  • 4. That’s 3 servers, 15 licences, 4 routers, 2 networks…. Do you have an online webshop for me?
  • 5. Deployment Models Infrastructure Platform AS A SERVICE Software
  • 6. Infrastructure As A Service • Setup your own cloud-service • Datacenter on SOAP • Basic costs: – Connectivity – CPU – Storage • Direct and On-Demand Provisioning • Differentiated by smart network services
  • 7. Platform As A Service • Specific platform that is programmable. • Infrastructure transparent • On demand up and down scaling • Provide a technology lock-in • Reseller models for applications • Samples: Google AppEngine, Salesforce.com, ZOHO
  • 8. Software As A Service • ASP application with cloud characteristics • Integration standards are missing • Possible lock-in • Fast growing segment with startups: – Photo/Video sites – Consumer Financials – Social
  • 9. Factors GRID 1. Cost reduction. Focus on Connectivity expenses. operational 2. Flexibility. IT support should be up to web-speed. 3. High level SLA. 4. Usage based cost model. Online 5. Easy upscaling. Costs Apps 6. Less maintenance. Less visible technology. Green 7. Open standards. IT 8. Easy to control and maintain. Outsourcing Privacy 2.0 2.0
  • 10. Type Of Clouds • Public Clouds – Everything for the end-user • Private Clouds – Plain Old Data Center Infrastructure (mostly NOT!) – On-premise Cloud – Off-premise Specialized Cloud • Hybrid Clouds – Surge computing (on demand capacity)
  • 11. About the Economy Of Scale Rules of the supermarket apply: - Just-In-Time planning - Demand based warehouse management - Operational excellence - Atiny optimization can already lead to profit - Expensive in CAPEX, low in OPEX Video of container based datacenter