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  • 1. Presented by,
    Sagar Kale & Aarti Devi
    Guided by,
    Prof. SheetalKalra
  • 2. ?
    ?
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  • 3. What is a cloud ??
     Abstraction
    - Use something without knowing what is going on inside.
    - Users are shielded from the details how something actually works.
  • 4. An example of abstraction…
    We seldom worry about the thousands of highly specialized parts that are combined to produce the car…!
  • 9. Cloud !!
    A Cloud depicts the Internet in computer network as an abstraction of the underlying infrastructure it represents.
  • 10. Internet
  • 11. A collection or groups of integrated and networked
    • hardware,
    • 12. software and
    • 13. internetworking infrastructure
    INTERNET
    provides
    • hardware,
    • 14. software and
    • 15. networking services toEnd Clients
  • Third-party Provider
    Customers
    Cloud computing customers do not own the physical infrastructure.
    They consume resources as a service.
    The service is fully managed by the provider.
    The consumer only needs a personal computer and Internet access.
  • 16. Three layers to cloud computing…
    Companies use these layers differently based on what they offer.
  • 17. Hosting in the cloud
    (cloud hosting )
    infrastructure
  • 18. DEVELOP A WEBSITE
    COMPANY
  • 19. DEVELOP A WEBSITE
    COMPANY
  • 20. DEVELOP A WEBSITE
    COMPANY
  • 21. SERVER
    SERVER
  • 22. “HOSTING”
    COSTS HIGH CONSUMES A LOT OF TIME
  • 23. Youpay for them when you are using them, and
    You pay for them when your not using them…
  • 24. And the more you pay on their maintenance…
  • 25. DEVELOP A WEBSITE
    COMPANY
  • 26. CLOUD COMPUTING OFFERS
    PLATFORMS
    SERVICES
    STORAGE SPACE
    APPLICATIONS
  • 27.
  • 28.
  • 29.
  • 30. Scalability !!
  • 31.
  • 32. INSTANT !!
  • 33. How does it work ???
    • No need of running heavy servers and maintaining them.
    • 34. Instead, run applications on a shared data centers.
    • 35. Just plug in to the shared data servers just like using a utility.
    • 36. Its fast to get started and costs less.
  • When using any application in the cloud, the client just needs to log in to his account; just like any other application and access his resources!!
  • 37. SUMMING IT UP

    Corporations
    Individuals
    Non-Commercial
    Cloud
    Cloud Middle Ware
    Storage
    Provisioning
    Service(apps)
    Provisioning
    Network
    Provisioning
    SLA(monitor),
    Security, Billing,
    Payment
    OS
    Provisioning
    Resources

    OS
    Services
    Network
    Storage
  • 38.
  • 39. Grid Computing
    Utility Computing
    Service-Oriented Architecture
    Distributed Computing
    Virtualization
    High-Performance Computing
    SaaS
    . . .
    CLOUD COMPUTING
  • 40. Types of Clouds
    • Public
    • 41. Resources are dynamically provisioned on a self-service basis.
    • 42. Provided by an off-site third-party provider who shares resources and bills utility computing basis.
    • 43. Private
    • 44. Capitalise on data security, corporate governance, and reliability concerns.
    • 45. Users "still have to buy, build, and manage clouds“
    • 46. lacks the economic model that makes cloud computing such an intriguing concept. 
    • 47. Hybrid
    • 48. A hybrid cloud environment consists of multiple internal and/or external providers.
  • 49. ADVANTAGES OF CLOUD COMPUTING
    Servers and Storage
    ELIMINATES HASSELES OF ESTABLISHING PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
  • 50. ADVANTAGES OF CLOUD COMPUTING
  • ADVANTAGES OF CLOUD COMPUTING
    • FACILITATES COLLABORATIONS
    • 56. ENABLES US TO SHIFT FOCUS
    • 57. ALL TIME DATA AVAILABILITY
    • 58. IMPROVED PERFORMANCE
    • 59. HIGHLY AUTOMATED
    • 60. EASILY SCALABLE
    • 61. MORE MOBILITY
    • 62. SECURITY
  • DISADVANTAGES OF CLOUD COMPUTING
    • TOTALLY INTERNET CONNECTION
    ORIENTED
    • REQUIRE HIGH BANDWIDTH OF
    NET CONNECTION
    • VENDOR DEPENDANC FOR DATA
    MAINTENANCE
  • 63. DISADVANTAGES OF CLOUD COMPUTING
    SECURITY (DATA TRANSPIRANCY)
  • 64. DISADVANTAGES OF CLOUD COMPUTING
    • HIGH BUDGET TO ESTABLISH CLOUD
    COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT
    • NOT ACCESSIBLE BY EVERYONE
    • 65. CHANCES OF FRAUDANESS
    • 66. HUGE POWER IS REQUIRED
  • CHALLENGES OF CLOUD COMPUTING
    • TO FIND HIGH NETWORK AVAILABILITY
    • 67. DATA MANAGEMENT
    • 68. LINEARLY SCALABLE
    • 69. DATA SECURITY (AVAILABILITY,CONFIDENTIALITY)
    • 70. N
  • CHALLENGES OF CLOUD COMPUTING
    • CONTROL OF OUR DATA IS TRANSFERRED TO THIRD PARTY
    • 71. BUSINESS FAILS IF SUPAILSPLIER GOES BANKRUPT
    • 72. COMPETITOR CAN KNOW OUR BUSINESS EASILY AS DATA IS IN CLOUD
  • FINDINGS
    • Cloud Computing is a paradigm in which information is permanently stored in servers on the Internet.
    • 73. The future for cloud computing is bright. The big names in computers are throwing lots of resources into this.
  • FINDINGS
    • Platforms provide an on demand, always on, anywhere, anytime and any place, pay as used and as needed.
    • 74. The whole idea behind it is resizable computing power. When you need the power, it's there, but when you don't, you can scale back.
  • FINDINGS
    • CLOUD COMPUTING CAN BE USED AS MOBILE TREND IF INTERNET FACILITY BECOMES EASY
  • LATEST UPDATE
    MICROSOFT MADE A CLOUD BASED OS…
    8TH MARCH 2010
  • 75. CONCLUSION
    • HAS GOOD HARDWARE MANAGEMENT
    • 76. SECURITY IS ADVANTAGE AS WELL AS THREAT
    • 77. MADE BUSINESS LIFE EASY
    • 78. HOWEVER NOT AVAILABLE TO ALL
  • CONCLUSION
    • USE OF IT DEPEND ON THE TYPE OF BUSINESS IS DONE
    • 79. FLEXIBLE IN TERMS OF DATA AVAILABILITY AND RESOURCE USABILITY
    • 80. HUGE DATA AVAILABILITY BUT MAINTENANCE IS A CHALLENGE
  • CONCLUSION
    • There are a lot of criticisms about the security in cloud computing.
    • 81. Some have said stored information in the cloud  is safer than on premise, but others disagree.
  • THANK YOU….!!