Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Cloud computing (2)
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Cloud computing (2)

1,211

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
1,211
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
114
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. By-mynk
  • 2. CONTENTS1:What is cloud computing?2:examples of cloud computing3:invention of cloud computing4:uses of cloud computing5:working of cloud computing6:characterstics of cloud computing7:platform8:application9:platform10:types of cloud computing11:advaages of cloud computing12;disadvatages of cloud computing13:conclusion………
  • 3. CLOUD COMPUTING
  • 4. The terms "cloud computing" and "workingin the cloud" refer to performing computertasks using services delivered entirely overthe Internet (The "cloud" refers to the Internet and wasinspired by technical flow charts anddiagrams, which tend to use a cloud symbolto represent the Internet.)
  • 5. What is cloud computing?
  • 6. Examples of cloud computing1:e-mail2:you tube3:skytype4:gmail5:social sites
  • 7. Uses of cloud computing 1.help to use application without installing. 2.access any personal file at any computer with the internet access. 3.this technology allow much more efficient computation by centralizing storage, memory processing and bandwidth.
  • 8. Working of cloud computingCloud computer works by hosting your information oncomputers ‘out there’ ‘in the cloud’. The cloud is basically abatch of computers called data centers or servers that holdyour information (files,images,videos,etc) and can belocated anywhere. You’re working in a cloud because youdon’t have to store software or files on your owncomputer.
  • 9. Characteristic of cloud computing1:On demand self service: computer services such asemail,applications,networks or server services can beprovided without requiring human interaction with eachservice provider.2:Broad network access: cloud capabilities are available overthe networks and accessed through the standard mechanism thatpromote use by heterogeneous thin and thick client platform such asmobile phone,laptops.PDAs.3:Resource pooling: the providers computing resources arepooled together to serve multiple consumers using multiple-tenantmodel, with different physical and virtualresources dynamically assigned and reassigned according toconsumer demand.
  • 10. 4:Rapid elasticity: cloud service can be rapidly andelastically provisioned ,in some case automatically ,toquickly scale out and rapidly released to quick scale in.To theconsumer, the capabilities available for provisioningoften appear to be unlimited and can be purchased inany quantity at any time.5:Measure service: Cloud computing resourceusage can be measured, controlled, andreported providing transparency for both the providerand consumer of the utilized service
  • 11. PlatformCloud platform services or Platform as a Service (PaaS)" deliver a stack as a service, oftenconsumingcloud infrastructure and sustainingcloud applications. It facilitates deploymentof applications without the cost andcomplexity of buying and managing theunder lying hardware and software layers.Computing platform and/or solution
  • 12. Infrastructurecloud infrastructure services or “infrastructure asa service{laas}”delivers computer infrastructure,typically a platform virtualization environment,as a service. rather than purchasingservers,software,data center space or networkequipment client instead by those resources as afully outsources services…..
  • 13. ApplicationCloud application services or "Software as a Service(SaaS)" deliver software as a service over theInternet, eliminating the need to install andrun the application on the customers owncomputers and simplifying maintenanceand support.
  • 14. Types of cloud computing1.Public cloud: Public cloud or external cloud is ametered service similar to public utility provided bythe vendors via web applications or web serviceswhere the location of the infrastructure is invisible tothe customers and it is shared between theorganizations. The numbers of small and mediumsized companies acquiring external cloud are rising forits tariff lower than the private cloud.2.Private cloud: Private cloud or internal cloudis a private network in the cloud externally or withinthe premises where the customers do not share theirwith other organization.
  • 15. expensive and more secure than pubic cloud.3.Hybrid cloud: hybrid cloud is the combination of bothpublic and private cloud based upon the criticality ofapplications used where the organizations may havemultiple public and private providers.4.Community cloud: Community cloud is a networkshared by the same type of organizations. The NationalInstitute of Standards and Technology (NIST) sayCommunity cloud is a cloud infrastructure which isshared by several organizations and supports a specificcommunity that has shared concerns (e.g., mission,security requirements, and policy and complianceconsiderations). It may be managed by theorganizations or a third party and may exist on premiseor off premise.
  • 16. Advantages of cloud computing1:cost efficient: cloud computing is probably the most costefficient to use,maintane and upgrade Traditional desktopsoftware costs companies a lot in terms of finance. Addingup the licensing fees for multiple users can prove to bevery expensive for the establishment concern.2:Almost unlimited storage: storing information in thecloud give you almost unlimited capacity. Hence you no need toworry about running out of storage space and increasing currentstorage availability3:Backup and recovery: since all your data stored in cloud ,backing it up and restoring is same is relatively much easier thanstoring on the same physical device.
  • 17. 4:automatic software intigration:In the cloud,software integration is usually something that occursautomatically. This means that you do not need to takeadditional efforts to customize and integrate yourapplications as per your preferences. This aspect usuallytakes care of itself. Not only that, cloud computingallows you to customize your options with great ease.5:Easy access to information: once you registeryourself to cloud, you can access the information fromanywhere, where there is an internet connection.
  • 18. Disadvantages of cloud computing1:security & privacy:The biggest concerns about cloud computingare security and privacy. Users might not becomfortable handing over their data to a third party.This is an even greater concern when it comes tocompanies that wish to keep their sensitive informationon cloud servers.2.Dependency (loss of control):Quality problemswith CSP(Cloud Service Providers).No influence onmaintenance levels and fix frequency when using cloudservices from a CSP.3.Cost:While in the long run, cloud hosting is a lotcheaper than traditional technologies, the fact that it’s
  • 19. currently new and has to be researched and improvedactually makes it more expensive. Data centers have tobuy or develop the software that’ll run the cloud, rewirethe machines and fix unforeseen problems . This makestheir initial cloud offers more expensive.4.Decreased flexibility: this is only a temporaryproblem (as the others on this list), but currenttechnologies are still in the testing stages, so they don’treally offer the flexibility they promise.5.Knowledge :More and deeper knowledge isrequired for implementing and managing SLA contractswith CSP’s ,Since all knowledge about the working ofthe cloud (e.g. hardware, software, virtualization,deployment) is concentrated at the CSP, it is hard to getgrip on the CSP.
  • 20. Conclusion: computing has tremendous potential to benefitbusinesses, industries, and entire economies, butsubstantial challenges stand in the way. Our studyhas taken the first step: defining potential actionsfor industry and governments to consider in orderto accelerate cloud adoption and generate benefitsfor all stakeholders – individuals, businesses,governments, and society as a whole
  • 21. Thankyou…!

×