Everything as a Service: Powering the New Information Economy

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Course: Execution Environments for Distributed Computing 4th Presentation (10-15min): Everything as a Service: Powering the New Information Economy

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  • 1. EEDC 34330 Presenting the paperExecution Everything as a Service:Environments for Powering the NewDistributed Information Economy Prith Banerjee et al.,Computing Hewlett-Packard LaboratoriesMaster in Distributed Computing - EMDC Homework number: 5 Group number: EEDC-7 Group members: Georgia Christodoulidou – geochris71@gmail.com Ioanna Tsalouchidou – ioannatsalouchidou@gmail.com Maria Stylianou – marsty5@gmail.com
  • 2. Content1. Everything as a Service2. Infrastructure as a Service3. Platform as a Service4. Cell as a Service5. Software as a Service6. Conclusions 2
  • 3. Everything as a Service InformationMobility/Cloud Ecosystem by Hewlett-Packard 3
  • 4. Everything as a ServiceHPs Goal: Population Increase that gets benefit from the information economyDelivery of: 1. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) 2. Platforms as a Service (PaaS) 3. Software as a Service (SaaS) 4
  • 5. Everything as a Service 5
  • 6. Infrastructure as a ServiceTechnologies for servers, storage, networking,IT management(a) Computing Services(b) Storage Services(a) Scalable Computing ServicesRequirement: Ability to scale server configurationsDevelopment: Coordination Framework→ Minimized need for global information exchange 6
  • 7. Infrastructure as a Service(b) Scalable Storage ServiceChallenges:(a) Reliability (b) Scalability (c) Cost-effectiveness 7
  • 8. Infrastructure as a Service(b) Scalable Storage ServiceChallenges:(a) Reliability (b) Scalability (c) Cost-effectiveness Reliability Data Replication! 8
  • 9. Platform as a ServiceTechnologies for an Infrastructure:→ Security, scalability, QoSRequirement: Offer service providers to users→ illusion of unique, secure infrastructureFlexibility → Scalability of Resource useBUT: Service providers → minimize scalability1. Cost Maintenance2. Runaway service Elimination3. Deal with Virus-infected Service 9
  • 10. Platform as a ServiceEnsure for Cloud Services:1. Security & Performance Isolation2. Data & Sensitive Information Protection3. Performance Guarantees Providing 10
  • 11. Cell as a ServiceCell: VMs & Storage Volumes & Subnets – with their corresponding attributesSubnets: Implemented as Virtual Overlay Networks No special hardware Packets are forwarded directly to the destination 11
  • 12. Software as a ServiceHPs Goal: → Develop models & technologies → Support the use of mobile devices → Capture collective intelligenceProjects ePrint: No barriers of distance and connectivity Rankr: Automatic derive rank ordering i-Catcher: Increase of attention devoted to content Watercooler: Better filtering for sharing & finding info 12
  • 13. ConclusionsHuge Progress in Information Technology!Challenging Problems:1. Secure services, data, infrastructure from attack2. Ensure the privacy of personal data3. Services Availability despite of HW/SW failures4. Performance must be predictable 13
  • 14. EEDC 34330 Presenting the paperExecution Everything as a Service:Environments for Powering the NewDistributed Information Economy Prith Banerjee et al.,Computing Hewlett-Packard LaboratoriesMaster in Distributed Computing - EMDC Homework number: 5 Group number: EEDC-7 Group members: Georgia Christodoulidou – geochris71@gmail.com Ioanna Tsalouchidou – ioannatsalouchidou@gmail.com Maria Stylianou – marsty5@gmail.com