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  • As consumers rely on Cloud providers to supply alltheir computing needs, they will require specific QoSto be maintained by their providers in order to meettheir objectives and sustain their operations. Cloudproviders will need to consider and meet different QoSparameters of each individual consumer as negotiatedin specific SLAs. To achieve this, Cloud providers canno longer continue to deploy traditional system-centricresource management architecture that do not provideincentives for them to share their resources and stillregard all service requests to be of equal importance.Instead, market-oriented resource management [7] isnecessary to regulate the supply and demand of Cloudresources at market equilibrium, provide feedback interms of economic incentives for both Cloudconsumers and providers, and promote QoS-basedresource allocation mechanisms that differentiateservice requests based on their utility.
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  • ExplaneQoS requirements cannot be static andneed to be dynamically updated over time due tocontinuing changes in business operations andoperating environments. In short, there should begreater importance on customers since they pay foraccessing services in Clouds. In addition, the state-ofthe-art in Cloud computing has no or limited supportfor dynamic negotiation of SLAs between participantsand mechanisms for automatic allocation of resourcesto multiple competing requests.
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    1. 1. Vision, Hype, and Reality for delivering IT Services as Computing UtilitiesPresented byJithin P
    2. 2. Agenda• Introduction• Market Oriented Cloud Architecture• Emerging Cloud Platforms• Global Cloud Exchange and Markets• Summary
    3. 3. Introduction“As of now, computer networks are still in their infancy, but as they grow up and become sophisticated, we will probably see the spread of ‘computer utilities’ which, like present electric and telephone utilities, will service individual homes and offices across the country.” Leonard Kleinrock
    4. 4. Introduction• New Computing Paradigms – Cluster Computing – Grid Computing – P2P Computing – Service Computing – Cloud Computing
    5. 5. Cloud"A Cloud is a type of parallel and distributedsystem consisting of a collection of interconnectedand virtualised computers that are dynamicallyprovisioned and presented as one or more unified computing resources based on service-levelagreements established through negotiationbetween the service provider and consumers.”
    6. 6. Market Oriented Cloud Architecture• Need – Consumers will require different QoS to be maintained by their providers. – Providers will need to consider and meet different QoS parameter of each individual consumer – So market oriented resource management is necessary to regulate the supply and demand cloud resources at market equilibrium.
    7. 7. Market Oriented Cloud Architecture
    8. 8. Market Oriented Cloud Architecture• Users/Brokers : – Submit service request from any where in the world.• SLA Resource Allocator : – Interface between cloud provider and users.
    9. 9. SLA Resource Allocator
    10. 10. Emerging Cloud Platforms
    11. 11. Amazon EC2• Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)• Amazon Machine Image (AMI)• EC2 Uses XEN Virtual Machine• Virtual Os :Linux, Solaris, Windows• Simple Storage Service• Elastic IP address• Amazon Cloud Watch• Realiability
    12. 12. Google App Engine• For developing and hosting web application in google managed datacenter• Automatic scaling*• Free up to certain level of consumption• Support for python, java, and Go• Restrictions
    13. 13. Microsoft Live Mesh• Access stuffs on your computer from almost anywhere• Free to use internet based file synchronization application• Remote desktop access via internet
    14. 14. Sun Grid• Now Know as oracle Grid• Open source batch queuing system• Used on computer farm or high performance computing cluster
    15. 15. Global Cloud Exchange and Markets
    16. 16. Limitations of present service providers• Inflexible pricing• Consumers are restricted to offering from a single provider at a time• Unable to swap one provider for another• No standard interface
    17. 17. Global Cloud Exchange
    18. 18. Global Cloud Exchange• Market directory• Banking system• Brokers• Price setting mechanism• Admission control mechanism• Resource management system• Consumers utility function• Resource management proxy
    19. 19. Challenges• Unwillingness to shift from traditional controlled environment• Regulatory pressure• How to obtain restitution in case of SLA violation

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