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  1. 1. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Cloud with Titans Part One 2010 - 10 - 05
  2. 2. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Outline Google - Ki Beom EMC NetApp Microsoft - Young Hyun Amazon - Jin Sang IBM - Ki Woong Partnerships
  3. 3. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Google App Engine Google App Engine enables developers to build their web apps Features Write code once and deploy Developers write the code and Google App Engine takes care rest Absorb spikes in traffic With automatic replication and load balancing, Google App Engine makes it easier to scale from one user to one million Easily integrate with other Google services
  4. 4. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Cost Google enticed developers by offering the App Engine for free but after a few months slapped on some fees Developers using Google App Engine can expect to pay Free quota to get started: 500MB storage and enough CPU and bandwidth for about 5 million page views per month $0.10–$0.12 per CPU core-hour $0.15–$0.18 per GB-month of storage $0.11–$0.13 per GB of outgoing bandwidth $0.09–$0.11 per GB of incoming bandwidth
  5. 5. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Google Web Toolkit With Google Web Toolkit developers can develop and debug web applications in java then deploy them as highly optimized JavaScript Google Health is one recently launched application to use Google Web Toolkit Google Web Toolkit includes Java 5 language support so that developers can enjoy using the full capabilities of the Java 5 syntax Google web Toolkit version 2.0.4 is the latest release
  6. 6. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY EMC EMC Corporation is the world leader in Products Services Solutions for information storage and management They have their fingers in all sorts of different cloud computing and virtualization pies In early 2009 EMC raised the stakes in its bet that virtualization is going to be the “next big thing” in the world of computing
  7. 7. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY EMC business It introduced Symmetric V-Max system in April 2009 claiming that it is the first management system to support high- end virtual datacenters The system allows customers with vast storage needs to easily manage and expand storage systems without interfering with day-to-day operations This system allows multiple datacenters to be run as if they were one making their management much easier and more efficient
  8. 8. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Technologies EMC’s reach goes far beyond virtualized datacenter management Their other fields of expertise include Archiving Creating accessible online archives that offer a reduced operational cost by shrinking backup windows and making restores faster Backup and recovery Different tools combine EMC’s recovery management offerings, backup technologies, and management strategies to ensure a solid backup and recovery
  9. 9. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY EMC expertise fields Enterprise content management Content-enabled solutions help mitigate risk without imposing overly complex technologies on organization Intelligent information management Using various technologies allows organizations to discover, store, and act on information in intelligent ways IT management IT management is simplified and its cost reduced through automation, virtualization, and process efficiencies Replication Data protection and replication technologies provide disaster recovery options
  10. 10. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY EMC fields of expertise Security Organizations can deploy products with capabilities for access control, data protection, and auditing Storage Processes and technologies that help manage data and efficiently maintain it Virtualization Products including VMware backup and other EMC virtualization tools improve the management and flexibility for virtual infrastructures
  11. 11. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY VMware Acquisition EMC expanded their virtualization offerings in early 2009 when they acquired Palo Alto–based VMware, Inc., a rapidly growing, privately held software company specializing in industry-standard virtual computing software EMC acquired VMware in a cash transaction with a final value of approximately US$625 million
  12. 12. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY VMware role in EMC VMware will play a key role in EMC’s strategy to help customers lower their costs and simplify their operations by deploying virtualization technologies across their heterogeneous IT infrastructure to create a single pool of available storage and computing resources VMware’s leadership in server virtualization together with EMC’s innovation in storage virtualization will serve as a strong foundation for next-generation information lifecycle management solutions
  13. 13. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY About VMware EMC will operate VMware as a separate software subsidiary of EMC headquartered in Palo Alto, California The VMware name, brand, and products will all be maintained VMware employees will remain focused on developing, selling, and servicing VMware's products and solutions
  14. 14. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY NetApp NetApp is an organization that creates storage and data management solutions for their customers goal is to deliver cost efficiency and accelerate business breakthroughs In 1992 introduced the world’s first networked storage device continues to introduce new technologies that reduce costs of IT NetApp claims they can cut IT costs in half use up to 80 percent less storage hold off on datacenter expansion and speed up time to market
  15. 15. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY NetApp’s grow The company grew from an eight-employee startup doing research in a Fry’s Electronics store to a US$3 billion powerhouse with more than 130 offices around the world Another driver for NetApp is their belief in acting responsibly by protecting and preserving the environment by creating energy-efficient products NetApp was listed by Fortune as the best company to work for in its annual top 100 list in 2009
  16. 16. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Offerings NetApp was one of the first companies in the cloud offering datacenter consolidation and storage services virtualization Their products include a platform OS storage services storage security software management protection software
  17. 17. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Cisco Partnership NetApp and Cisco are teaming up to provide customers with unified, dynamic datacenter solutions that are based on Cisco’s Unified Computing System NetApp Unified Storage Architecture Cisco and NetApp working together to certify combined solution also collaborate on customer support and marketing activities The Cisco Unified Computing System unites compute, network, storage access, and virtualization resources in a cohesive new datacenter architecture
  18. 18. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Microsoft Microsoft offers a number of cloud services for organizations of any size—from enterprises all the way down to shops or individuals A good portion of Microsoft’s cloud offerings are cloud variants of products that people already use so cloud versions aren’t that difficult to use
  19. 19. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Azure Services Platform The cornerstone of Microsoft’s offerings is the Azure Services Platform The Azure Services Platform is a cloud computing and services platform hosted in Microsoft datacenters The Azure Services Platform supplies a broad range of functionality to build applications to serve individuals or large enterprises and everyone in between The platform offers cloud operating system and developer tools
  20. 20. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Windows Azure Windows Azure is a the Azure Services Platform component Windows Azure is a cloud-based operating system that enables the development, hosting, and service management environment for the Azure Services Platform Windows Azure gives developers an on-demand compute and storage environment that they can use to host, scale, and manage web applications through Microsoft datacenters
  21. 21. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Uses of Windows Azure To build applications and services developers can use the Visual Studio skills Windows Azure can be used to Add web service capabilities to existing applications Build and modify applications and then move them onto the Web Make, test, debug, and distribute web services efficiently and inexpensively Reduce the costs of IT management
  22. 22. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY SQL Services Microsoft SQL Services extends SQL Server capabilities to the cloud as web-based services This allows the storage of Structured, semi-structured and unstructured data SQL Services delivers a set of integrated services that allow relational queries, search, reporting, analytics, integration, and synchronization of data This can be done by mobile users, remote offices, or business partners
  23. 23. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY .NET Services Microsoft .NET Services are a set of Microsoft-hosted developer-oriented services that provide the components required by many cloud-based and cloud-aware applications .NET Services are similar to the .NET Framework providing high-level class libraries that make development much more robust .NET Services can help developers focus more on their end product than on building and deploying their own cloud-based infrastructure
  24. 24. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Live Services Live Services is a development center and supplier of software development kits for Windows Live Azure Services platforms It gives information about getting started with Windows Live services current documentation APIs samples
  25. 25. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Windows Live Windows Live is an integrated set of online services makes it easier and more fun for consumers to communicate and share with others The new generation of Windows Live includes updated experiences for photo sharing Email instant messaging integration with multiple third-party sites
  26. 26. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Extending Live’s Reach Windows Live customers can add third-party sites to their profiles and have those activities appear in a Windows Live feed across their network It was made possible through collaboration with more than 50 leading web companies like Flickr LinkedIn Photobucket Twitter WordPress Yelp, etc.
  27. 27. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Extending across the globe Windows Live customers can share photos update their profiles write reviews these activities will automatically publish to their Windows Live network In addition to partnering with leading web companies Microsoft announced alliances with HP and China Telecom Corporation Ltd. to deliver Windows Live services to more people across the globe
  28. 28. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Windows Live with HP HP the worldwide leader in printing solutions distribute Windows Live Photo Gallery with its consumer printers Photosmart Deskjet lines The combined offer provides HP customers with Windows Live Photo Gallery an end-to-end photo management and printing solution
  29. 29. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Communicating and Collaborating Windows Live makes it easier for consumers to manage their digital life keep their life in sync Windows Live provides social features to all customers an updated profile a “what’s new” feed of activities across the network Web and photo sharing on-the-go access from virtually any device with Live SkyDrive Online storage is increasing from 5GB to 25GB
  30. 30. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Windows Live Highlights Windows Live Messenger includes more personalization a “what’s new” feed with updates from contacts across the Web drag-and-drop photo sharing in the conversation window a Favorites list to designate the most important contacts group IM to chat simultaneously up to 20 people at same time Windows Live Groups includes a shared calendar shared storage a shared email address and shared instant messaging
  31. 31. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Hotmail highlights Windows Live Hotmail was recently upgraded is now faster and has 80 percent more effective spam filtering The new version of Hotmail includes the ability to bring multiple email accounts together the ability to put multiple email addresses on almost any device increased storage a revamped calendar that makes it easier to share calendars subscribe to multiple calendars use your calendar with Microsoft Outlook
  32. 32. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Exchange Online Microsoft Exchange Online is a Microsoft-hosted enterprise messaging service based on Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 It is a cloud service employees can access messages from anywhere Exchange Online servers are geographically dispersed The service is aimed at easing IT’s management duties by removing need to deploy, configure, monitor, and upgrade on-site email solutions
  33. 33. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Key features of Exchange online These are the key features of the online standard version of the solution: A 5GB mailbox (additional storage available for purchase—up to 25GB), shared calendar, contacts, tasks Outlook Client Connectivity including Outlook Anywhere Outlook Web Access Virus/spam filtering via Exchange Hosted Filtering Push email for Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0/6.1 and Exchange ActiveSync 12 devices
  34. 34. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY More features of Exchange online Email synchronization for Nokia E series and N series and iPhone 2.0 (no ActiveSync push) Built-in business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities Scheduled uptime of 99.9 percent with financially backed service level agreements Use of HTTPS to help keep Internet access secure Tier 2 support 24/7 (web form and phone based) for IT administrators Sign-In Tool for single sign-on capability Directory Synchronization Tool to help keep on-premise and online Active Directories in sync the ability for users to be on mail servers on premises Migration Tools to help you move current mailbox data into the online environment
  35. 35. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY SharePoint Services Microsoft offers its SharePoint Services to aid collaboration efforts SharePoint Services provides communities for team collaboration makes it easy for users to work together on documents, tasks, contacts, events, and other information team and site managers can coordinate site contents and user activity
  36. 36. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY SharePoint Components SharePoint sites are made up of Web Parts Windows ASP.NET-based components Web Parts are designed to be add-ons to web pages configured by site administrators and users to create complete page-based applications SharePoint ships with several ready-to-use Web Parts but more are expected to be added
  37. 37. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY SharePoint and Microsoft office Document collaboration controls allow to check in check out control document versioning Microsoft Office System programs use SharePoint site content for some reasons A site’s collaborative content—like documents, lists, events, and so forth—can be read and edited with Microsoft Office Word Picture editing is also possible
  38. 38. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY SharePoint services to Managers SharePoint also allows managers to customize the content and layout of sites site members can access and work with relevant information Members’ activity can also be monitored and moderated by managers For site and serve managers quotas can be set on storage, sites per server, and users per site Site usage can be monitored to detect and retire inactive sites Sites can be customized even by non-developers by using Microsoft Office FrontPage
  39. 39. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY SharePoint Support Microsoft Outlook allows SharePoint site event calendars to be viewed side by side with personal calendars SharePoint sites are places where teams can participate in discussions shared document collaboration, and surveys SharePoint Services can scale to thousands of sites within an organization SharePoint supports load-balanced web farms and clustered database deployments
  40. 40. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Microsoft Dynamics CRM Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online is an on-demand customer relationship management service hosted and managed by Microsoft This Internet service delivers a full suite of marketing, sales, and service capabilities through a web browser or directly into Microsoft Office and Outlook It provides “instant-on” access to businesses that want a full- featured CRM solution with no IT infrastructure investment or setup required
  41. 41. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Dynamics CRM offerings Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online supplements Microsoft’s software plus services strategy for delivering integrated business solutions over the Internet it is a part of Microsoft’s multibillion-dollar investment in global datacenters In addition to full access through a zero-footprint browser client the new service delivers marketing, sales, and service information within a native Microsoft Office experience It is integrated with desktop tools that employees use every day
  42. 42. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Dynamics CRM Services Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online is initially packaged in two service offerings: Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Professional delivers a full suite of CRM capabilities with extensive configurability and extensibility options Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Professional Plus delivers all the capabilities of the Professional version plus offline data synchronization with expanded data storage, workflow, and customization options that give businesses 20GB of data storage, 200 configurable workflows, and 200 custom entities
  43. 43. KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY Thank You