Demystifying Cloud Computing

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What is Cloud? How does cloud computing help us? What are the different types of clouds? This is an effective Cloud Computing Primer.

What is Cloud? How does cloud computing help us? What are the different types of clouds? This is an effective Cloud Computing Primer.

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  • 1. CloudCall888.453.0014 Computing Why we should use Cloud Computing www.bodhost.com Cloud. Down to earth.
  • 2. Presentation Flow1 What problem are we solving?2 What is the proposed solution?3 Demystifying the Cloud4 Types of Cloud5 Uses of Cloud6 Vertical scaling7 bodHOST and eNlight Cloud
  • 3. The Problem we are Solving Let’s start at the very beginning… … with the problem statement.
  • 4. The Problem we are Solving#1 Hardware eats into our budgets
  • 5. The Problem we are Solving Hardware eats into our budgets Hardware is expensive. Hardware needs maintenance. Hardware becomes obsolete. Hardware needs to be replaced.
  • 6. The Problem we are Solving Hardware eats into our budgets Hardware is expensive. Hardware needs maintenance. Hardware becomes obsolete. Hardware needs to be replaced. = CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
  • 7. The Problem we are Solving Hardware eats into our budgets Hardware is expensive. Hardware needs maintenance. Hardware becomes obsolete. Hardware needs to be replaced. = CAPITAL EXPENDITURE Hardware is costly to own
  • 8. The Problem we are Solving#2 Capacity Planning is Complex
  • 9. The Problem we are Solving Capacity Planning is Complex Whenever we have to deploy a new application, we have to ask: How much How much How much CPU Disk RAM? power? Space?
  • 10. The Problem we are Solving Capacity Planning is Complex Whenever we have to deploy a new application, we have to ask: How much How much How much CPU Disk RAM? power? Space? If we expect usage to peak with 100+ userslogging in after lunch, we end up planning for MAXIMUM CAPACITY so that nobody experiences lag time during peak hours!
  • 11. The Problem we are Solving Capacity Planning is Complex Whenever we have to deploy a new application, we have to ask: How much How much How much CPU Disk RAM? power? Space? If we expect usage to peak with 100+ userslogging in after lunch, we end up planning for MAXIMUM CAPACITY so that nobody experiences lag time during peak hours!
  • 12. The Problem we are Solving Capacity Planning is Complex Whenever we have to deploy a new application, we have to ask: How much How much How much CPU Disk RAM? power? Space? If we expect usage to peak with 100+ userslogging in after lunch, we end up planning for MAXIMUM CAPACITY so that nobody experiences lag time during peak hours!
  • 13. The Problem we are Solving Capacity Planning is Complex Our peak hours only last 2 hours a day. Therefore, we have wasted resources 22 hours per day!
  • 14. The Problem we are Solving Capacity Planning is Complex Our peak hours only last 2 hours a day. Therefore, we have wasted resources 22 hours per day! Further waste of funds!
  • 15. The Problem we are Solving Capacity Planning is Complex Black Friday, Christmas, Summer break, Special Promotions… It is also very difficult to plan for seasonal business spike without more waste of funds.
  • 16. The Problem we are Solving #3 Business Agility is Low
  • 17. The Problem we are Solving Business Agility is Low Change is everywhere. Factors outside the company. Situations inside the company. Change comes from anywhere.
  • 18. The Problem we are Solving Business Agility is Low Change is everywhere. Factors outside the company. Situations inside the company. Change comes from anywhere.In order to remain competitive, we mustrespond to change as quickly as possible.
  • 19. The Problem we are Solving Business Agility is Low Change is everywhere. Factors outside the company. Situations inside the company. Change comes from anywhere.In order to remain competitive, we mustrespond to change as quickly as possible.It is important to plan for business spike.
  • 20. The Problem we are Solving Business Agility is Low For business processes to change, in most cases I.T. must change as well.
  • 21. The Problem we are Solving Business Agility is Low For business processes to change, in most cases I.T. must change as well. Traditional I.T.infrastructure is not easily amenable to change
  • 22. The Problem we are Solving Business Agility is Low For business processes to change, in most cases I.T. must change as well. Traditional I.T. Because resourcesinfrastructure is not cannot be modified easily amenable to dynamically change
  • 23. The Problem we are Solving Business Agility is Low resulting in ?
  • 24. The Problem we are Solving Business Agility is Low resulting in Lack of Business Agility
  • 25. The Problem we are Solving Business Agility is Low resulting in Loss of Lack of competitive Business edge Agility
  • 26. The Problem we are Solving Summarizing… What problems are we solving?
  • 27. The Problem we are Solving 1 HIGH COST OF HARDWARE
  • 28. The Problem we are Solving 1 HIGH COST OF HARDWARE 2 RESOURCES WASTED BY CAPACITY PLANNING
  • 29. The Problem we are Solving 1 HIGH COST OF HARDWARE 2 RESOURCES WASTED BY CAPACITY PLANNING 3 LOSS OF BUSINESS AGILITY AND COMPETITIVE EDGE
  • 30. Proposed Solution
  • 31. Proposed Solution Eliminate the Need to “Own” Hardware1 HIGH COST OF HARDWARE
  • 32. Proposed Solution Eliminate the Need to “Own” Hardware1 HIGH COST OF HARDWARE No need to buy, maintain, replace any hardware.
  • 33. Proposed Solution Eliminate the Need to “Own” Hardware1 HIGH COST OF HARDWARE No need to buy, maintain, replace any hardware. Let the Cloud Hosting company own all hardware.
  • 34. Proposed Solution Eliminate the Need to “Own” Hardware1 HIGH COST OF HARDWARE No need to buy, maintain, replace anyWe don’t even “rent”. hardware. Let the Cloud Hosting company own all hardware.
  • 35. Proposed Solution Eliminate the Need to “Own” Hardware1 HIGH COST OF HARDWARE No need to buy, maintain, replace anyWe don’t even “rent”. hardware.We pay for hardware Let the Cloudusage as a “service”, just Hostingas you pay for electricity company ownor water. By unit of time. all hardware.
  • 36. Proposed Solution Eliminate the Need to “Own” Hardware1 HIGH COST OF HARDWARE Convert CAPEX CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
  • 37. Proposed Solution Eliminate the Need to “Own” Hardware1 HIGH COST OF HARDWARE Convert CAPEX OPEX CAPITAL EXPENDITURE into OPERATING EXPENDITURE
  • 38. Proposed Solution Eliminate All Wastage2 RESOURCES WASTED BY CAPACITY PLANNING
  • 39. Proposed Solution Eliminate All Wastage2 RESOURCES WASTED BY CAPACITY PLANNINGBy eliminating the need to “own” serversand other data center hardware…
  • 40. Proposed Solution Eliminate All Wastage2 RESOURCES WASTED BY CAPACITY PLANNINGBy eliminating the need to “own” serversand other data center hardware…… we automatically eliminate all wastage ofresources caused by planning for maximumcapacity.
  • 41. Proposed SolutionProvide Business Agility & Competitive Edge3 LOSS OF BUSINESS AGILITY AND COMPETITIVE EDGE
  • 42. Proposed SolutionProvide Business Agility & Competitive Edge3 LOSS OF BUSINESS AGILITY AND COMPETITIVE EDGEThe Cloud gives us: ELASTIC RESOURCES.
  • 43. Proposed SolutionProvide Business Agility and Competitive Edge 3 LOSS OF BUSINESS AGILITY AND COMPETITIVE EDGE The Cloud gives us: ELASTIC RESOURCES. Our number of servers, as well as Memory, CPU-power and Disk within those servers, can expand and grow instantly.
  • 44. Proposed SolutionProvide Business Agility and Competitive Edge 3 LOSS OF BUSINESS AGILITY AND COMPETITIVE EDGE The Cloud gives us: ELASTIC RESOURCES. Our number of servers, as well as Memory, CPU-power and Disk within those servers, can expand and grow instantly. At last, our I.T. can respond immediately to change and support business agility.
  • 45. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud?
  • 46. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud?A bunch of computers…
  • 47. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud?A bunch of computers… … pretending to be ONE COMPUTER
  • 48. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud?A bunch of computers… … pretending to be ONE COMPUTER with all CPUs,Memory, and Disks addedtogether
  • 49. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud?A bunch of computers… … pretending to be ONE COMPUTER with all as if it is CPUs, ONE GIANTMemory, COMPUTER and with lots of Disks Computing added power,together Memory and Disk.
  • 50. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? This “Giant Computer”, in turn, pretends to be all different kinds of computer environments.
  • 51. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? This “Giant Computer”, in turn, pretends to be different kinds of computer environments.
  • 52. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? This “Giant Computer”, in turn, pretends to be different kinds of computer environments.Windows
  • 53. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? This “Giant Computer”, in turn, pretends to be different kinds of computer Linux environments.Windows
  • 54. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? This “Giant Computer”, in turn, pretends to be different kinds of computer Linux Mac environments.Windows and others…
  • 55. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? This “Giant Computer” allows users to create within itself whatever kind or size of “computers” they need.
  • 56. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? This “Giant Computer” allows users to create within itself whatever kind or size of “computers” they need.Called “Virtual Machines” – because each such “computer” does not exist physically, although it behaves exactly like a real computer.
  • 57. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? Each “virtual machine” can expand at will into a larger or faster computer Free by utilizing the resources free resources.
  • 58. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? Each “virtual machine” can expand at will into a larger or faster computer Free by utilizing the resources free resources.
  • 59. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? Each “virtual machine” can expand at will into a larger or faster computer Free by utilizing the resources free resources.When the need is over, they can shrink, and the resources become free for other VMs.
  • 60. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? Now that we understand the concept, let us look at a more technical implementation of the concept.
  • 61. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? Now that we understandSo, let us ask the the concept, let us look question again: at a more technical What is a implementation of the concept. Cloud? And the answer is…
  • 62. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud?1A server farm ora collection of alarge number ofservers...
  • 63. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud?1A server farm ora collection of alarge number of 2servers... … combined into one HUGE SHARABLE RESOURCE POOL…
  • 64. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud?1A server farm ora collection of alarge number of 2servers... … combined into one HUGE SHARABLE RESOURCE3… in which POOL…Virtual Machinescan be created, which look and behave justlike real servers on which our applicationscan run – with some important advantages.
  • 65. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? 4 Each Virtual Server is fully elastic: we can allocate or deallocate resources instantly.
  • 66. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? 4 Each Virtual Server is fully elastic: we can allocate or deallocate resources instantly.5 Pay only for resources we actually utilize.
  • 67. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? 4 Each Virtual Server is fully elastic: we can allocate or deallocate resources instantly.5 Pay only for resources we actually utilize.6 Should be accessible from ANY DEVICE that can access the Internet. It is an Internet based service.
  • 68. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? 4 Each Virtual Server is fully elastic: we can allocate or deallocate resources instantly.5 Pay only for resources we actually utilize.6 Should be accessible from ANY DEVICE that can access the Internet. It is an Internet based7 Available anytime, anywhere. service.
  • 69. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud?RESULT ?
  • 70. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud?RESULT We get Scalable Computing Power as a service, served and billed like electricity.
  • 71. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? An excellent analogy to the Cloud already exists in our daily life…
  • 72. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? The Electricity Analogy An excellent analogy to the Cloud already exists in our daily life…
  • 73. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? The Electricity AnalogyWe are used to consuming electricity as ascalable service.
  • 74. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? The Electricity AnalogyWe are used to consuming electricity as ascalable service.When we build a house, do have to install apower generating plant? No, we don’t.
  • 75. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? The Electricity AnalogyWe are used to consuming electricity as ascalable service.When we build a house, do have to install apower generating plant? No, we don’t.Do we pay a fixed price for electricitywhether we consume it or not? No, we don’t.
  • 76. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? The Electricity AnalogyWe are used to consuming electricity as ascalable service.When we build a house, do have to install apower generating plant? No, we don’t.Do we pay a fixed price for electricitywhether we consume it or not? No, we don’t.Do we pay more the moment we switch on alight bulb, and stop paying as soon as weswitch the bulb off? Yes, we do.
  • 77. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? The Electricity Analogy When we buy an additional TV for home, do we worry about where to get the additional power required? No. We just plug it into the wall socket.
  • 78. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? The Electricity AnalogyThe Cloud makes the exact same facilities available for computing power.
  • 79. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? The Electricity AnalogyThe Cloud makes the exact same facilities available for computing power.Computing Power as a Scalable Service. Just like electricity. That is the Cloud.
  • 80. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? The Cloud is totally transforming the way companies provide for computing power.
  • 81. Demystifying the Cloud What is a Cloud? The Cloud is totally transforming the way companies provide for computing power. The next generation may not even be awarethat computing power was ever available any other way.
  • 82. Types of Cloud
  • 83. Types of Cloud Public Cloud MULTI-TENANT SHAREDPublic Cloud RESOURCES MOST COST- EFFECTIVE SECURED
  • 84. Types of Cloud Public CloudCompany-1 Company-2 MULTI-TENANT SHARED RESOURCES MOST COST- EFFECTIVE SECURED
  • 85. Types of Cloud Private Cloud SINGLE TENANT PRIVATEPrivate Cloud RESOURCES LESS COST- EFFECTIVE PERCEIVED AS MORE SECURE
  • 86. Types of Cloud Private Cloud SINGLE Same TENANTcompany PRIVATE RESOURCES LESS COST- EFFECTIVE PERCEIVED AS MORE SECURE
  • 87. Types of Cloud Hybrid Cloud Partly MULTI-TENANT SHARED RESOURCESHybrid Cloud PRIVATE RESOURCES COST BALANCED GOOD SECURITY
  • 88. Types of Cloud Hybrid Cloud Partly MULTI-TENANTA Hybrid Cloud SHAREDsolves many RESOURCESproblems… PRIVATE RESOURCES COST BALANCED GOOD SECURITY
  • 89. Types of Cloud Hybrid Cloud Partly MULTI-TENANTA Hybrid Cloud SHAREDsolves many RESOURCESproblems… … such as when a PRIVATE client is very RESOURCES protective about his COST proprietary data! BALANCED GOOD SECURITY
  • 90. Types of Cloud Hybrid Cloud Partly MULTI-TENANT SHARED RESOURCES PRIVATEPURPOSE-1 RESOURCES To make dedicated COSTdisk storageavailable to BALANCEDapplications running in GOOD the Public Cloud SECURITY
  • 91. Types of Cloud Hybrid Cloud Partly MULTI-TENANT SHARED Public Cloud RESOURCES PRIVATEPURPOSE-1 RESOURCES To make dedicated COSTdisk storageavailable to BALANCEDapplications running in GOOD the Public Cloud SECURITY
  • 92. Types of Cloud Hybrid Cloud Partly MULTI-TENANT On-premise proprietary SHARED Public Cloud Private Device made RESOURCES available to applications running in PRIVATE the Public CloudPURPOSE-1 RESOURCES To make dedicated COSTdisk storageavailable to BALANCEDapplications running in GOOD the Public Cloud SECURITY
  • 93. Types of Cloud Hybrid Cloud Partly MULTI-TENANT SHARED RESOURCES PRIVATEPURPOSE-2 RESOURCES To use the Public COST Cloud to augment BALANCED theelasticity of GOODthe Private Cloud SECURITY
  • 94. Types of Cloud Hybrid Cloud View Partly 1 MULTI-TENANT SHARED Public Cloud RESOURCES PRIVATEPURPOSE-2 RESOURCES To use the Public COST Cloud to augment BALANCED theelasticity of GOODthe Private Cloud SECURITY
  • 95. Types of Cloud Hybrid Cloud View Partly 1 MULTI-TENANT SHARED Public Cloud RESOURCES PRIVATEPURPOSE-2 Private Cloud RESOURCES To use the Public COST Cloud to augment BALANCED theelasticity of GOODthe Private Cloud SECURITY
  • 96. Types of Cloud Hybrid CloudPublic Cloud View Partly Private Cloud 2 MULTI-TENANT SHARED RESOURCES PRIVATE RESOURCES COST BALANCED GOOD SECURITY
  • 97. Types of Cloud Hybrid CloudPublic Cloud View Partly Private Cloud 2 MULTI-TENANT SHARED RESOURCES PRIVATE RESOURCES COST BALANCED GOOD SECURITY
  • 98. Types of Cloud Hybrid CloudPublic Cloud View Partly Private Cloud 2 MULTI-TENANT SHARED RESOURCES PRIVATE RESOURCES Resources are borrowed COST from the Public Cloud to BALANCED augment the elasticity of GOOD the Private Cloud as SECURITY required
  • 99. Types of CloudThree Classes of Cloud Services All cloud service providers fall into one or more of three main categories…
  • 100. Types of CloudThree Classes of Cloud Services IaaS This class ofInfrastructure as a Service providers basically provide Virtual Applications Data Machines – which Runtime look and act like Middleware real machinesOperating Sys (servers)… Supported by vendorVirtualization Servers Storage Networking
  • 101. Types of CloudThree Classes of Cloud Services IaaS This class ofInfrastructure as a Service providers basically provide and the … Virtual Applications customers – Machines – which Data Runtime look and act– must typically like Middleware provide everything real machinesOperating Sys (servers)… the else – even operating system. Supported by vendorVirtualization Servers Storage Networking
  • 102. Types of CloudThree Classes of Cloud Services IaaS This class ofInfrastructure as a Service providers basically provide and the … Virtual Machines – which can customers we However, – Applications Data Runtime look and act– must the typically like usually obtain Middleware real operating system provide everything machinesOperating Sys (servers)… the as else – even just from them, operating system. when we buy actual Supported by vendorVirtualization Servers hardware from a Storage vendor. Networking
  • 103. Types of CloudThree Classes of Cloud Services IaaS PaaS This class ofInfrastructure as a Service Platform as a Service vendors Applications provide all Applications Data Data necessary Runtime Runtime systems Middleware Middleware software as Supported by vendorOperating Sys Operating Sys well… Supported by vendorVirtualization Virtualization Servers Servers Storage Storage Networking Networking
  • 104. Types of CloudThree Classes of Cloud Services IaaS PaaS This class ofInfrastructure as a Service Platform as a Service vendors Applications provide as … such all Applications Data Data necessary development Runtime Runtime systems platforms Middleware Middleware software as (e.g., Visual Supported by vendorOperating Sys Operating Sys well… Studio), or… Supported by vendorVirtualization Virtualization Servers Servers Storage Storage Networking Networking
  • 105. Types of CloudThree Classes of Cloud Services IaaS PaaS This class ofInfrastructure as a Service Platform as a Service vendors provide as … such all Applications Applications … necessary middleware Data Data development such as IBM Runtime Runtime systems platforms WebSphere. software as Middleware Middleware (e.g., Visual The well… customer Supported by vendorOperating Sys Operating Sys Studio), or… just needs to Supported by vendorVirtualization Virtualization Servers Servers add Storage Storage applications. Networking Networking
  • 106. Types of Cloud Three Classes of Cloud Services IaaS PaaS SaaS Infrastructure Platform as a Software as a as a Service Service Service The last class of vendors provide Applications Applications Applications Data Data Dataeven the application Runtime Runtime Runtime Supported by vendor software. The Middleware Middleware Middleware Supported by vendorcustomer just needs Sys Operating Sys Operating Operating Sys to use the cloud. Supported by vendor Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization Servers Servers Servers Storage Storage Storage Networking Networking Networking
  • 107. Types of Cloud Three Classes of Cloud Services IaaS PaaS SaaS Infrastructure Platform as a Software as a as a Service Service Service The last class of vendors provide Applications Applications Applications GMAIL and D a t a Dataeven the application Data Runtime Runtime Runtime Salesforce.com are Supported by vendor software. The Middleware Middleware Middleware two popular SaaS Supported by vendorcustomer just needs Sys Operating Sys Operating Operating Sys products that many to use the cloud. Supported by vendor Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization of us have used. Servers Servers Servers Storage Storage Storage Networking Networking Networking
  • 108. Types of CloudThree Classes of Cloud Services IaaS PaaS SaaSInfrastructure Platform as a Software as a as a Service Service Service Applications Applications Applications Data Data Data Runtime Runtime Runtime Supported by vendor Middleware Middleware Middleware Supported by vendorOperating Sys Operating Sys Operating Sys Supported by vendorVirtualization Virtualization Virtualization Servers Servers Servers Storage Storage Storage Networking Networking Networking
  • 109. Uses of Clouds Let’s now reviewthe various practical uses of the Cloud.
  • 110. Uses of Clouds Enterprise Cloud Corporations, Governments, Hospitals, Higher Education, NGOs…
  • 111. Uses of Clouds Enterprise Cloud Corporations, Governments, Hospitals, Higher Education, NGOs…Public Cloud Hybrid Cloud Private Cloud
  • 112. Uses of Clouds Enterprise Cloud Corporations, Governments, Hospitals, Higher Education, NGOs… Public Cloud Hybrid Cloud Private Cloud High High Failsafe Highly SecureAvailability Bandwidth Redundancy
  • 113. Uses of Clouds Enterprise Cloud Corporations, Governments, Hospitals, Higher Education, NGOs… Public Cloud Hybrid Cloud Private Cloud High High Failsafe Highly SecureAvailability Bandwidth Redundancy Runs all Corporate Applications [SAP, Office automation, Industrial automation, Communications, Websites…]
  • 114. Uses of CloudsData Center as a Service Corporations, Governments, Hospitals, Higher Education, NGOs…
  • 115. Uses of Clouds Data Center as a Service Corporations, Governments, Hospitals, Higher Education, NGOs… High High Failsafe Highly SecureAvailability Bandwidth Redundancy
  • 116. Uses of Clouds Data Center as a Service Corporations, Governments, Hospitals, Higher Education, NGOs… High High Failsafe Highly Secure Availability Bandwidth RedundancyEntire DATA CENTER available as a “service” for hosting Clouds,Dedicated Servers, Virtual Private Servers, Desktops, DR sites…
  • 117. Uses of CloudsDisaster Recovery as a Service Corporations, Governments, Hospitals, Higher Education, NGOs…
  • 118. Uses of Clouds Disaster Recovery as a Service Corporations, Governments, Hospitals, Higher Education, NGOs… LiveServersLos Angeles
  • 119. Uses of Clouds Disaster Recovery as a Service Corporations, Governments, Hospitals, Higher Education, NGOs… Live Backup APPLICATIONS & DATAServers Real-time or Timed Replication ServersLos Angeles New York
  • 120. Uses of Clouds Disaster Recovery as a Service Corporations, Governments, Hospitals, Higher Education, NGOs… Live Backup APPLICATIONS & DATA Servers Real-time or Timed Replication Servers Los Angeles New YorkBacking up Servers in a geographically remote Cloud for instant “go live” in the event of a natural or man-made calamity. An average of 85% savings over traditional Disaster Recovery.
  • 121. Uses of CloudsDesktop as a Service Organizations and Individuals
  • 122. Uses of CloudsDesktop as a Service Organizations and Individuals
  • 123. Uses of Clouds Desktop as a Service Organizations and IndividualsAccess from One copy of Anytime, Easyany device all licenses Anywhere administration
  • 124. Uses of Clouds Desktop as a Service Organizations and IndividualsAccess from One copy of Anytime, Easyany device all licenses Anywhere administrationNo need to buy multiple copies of MS Office or other softwarefor your Office PC, laptop, Home PC. Host your desktop in the Cloud and access from anywhere using any device.
  • 125. Uses of CloudsTesting in the Cloud SANDBOX AS A SERVICE
  • 126. Uses of Clouds Testing in the Cloud SANDBOX AS A SERVICE Software Development CompaniesTEST APPLICATIONS ON MULTIPLE HARDWARE
  • 127. Uses of Clouds Testing in the Cloud SANDBOX AS A SERVICE Software Development Companies TEST APPLICATIONS ON MULTIPLE HARDWARE No need for Easy Stress Test Test Max.different H/W Tests Compatibility Load
  • 128. Uses of Clouds Testing in the Cloud SANDBOX AS A SERVICE Software Development Companies TEST APPLICATIONS ON MULTIPLE HARDWARE No need for Easy Stress Test Test Max.different H/W Tests Compatibility LoadTesting Software Applications in the Cloud saves a lot of costs; and, increases speed and convenience many fold. More reliable software – faster and cheaper.
  • 129. Uses of CloudsSoftware as a Service For organizations and individuals
  • 130. Uses of CloudsSoftware as a Service For organizations and individuals RUNS ACROSS ALL PLATFORMS
  • 131. Uses of Clouds Software as a Service For organizations and individuals RUNS ACROSS ALL PLATFORMSNothing to Free or Self-service Pay-as-you-go buy Inexpensive
  • 132. Uses of Clouds Software as a Service For organizations and individuals RUNS ACROSS ALL PLATFORMSNothing to Free or Self-service Pay-as-you-go buy Inexpensive
  • 133. Uses of Clouds Summarizing Cost savings for established companies Great boost for Start-Up companies Improved business agility Good for the Economy Good for the Ecology
  • 134. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Virtual Machines within a cloud can expand and contract.
  • 135. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Virtual Machines within a cloud can This is called expand and Scaling contract. .
  • 136. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Virtual Machines First, canus look at within a cloud let This istraditional the called expand and Scaling scaling approach, contract. called . Horizontal Scaling.
  • 137. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Horizontal Scaling TRADITIONAL APPROACH Launch more servers.
  • 138. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Horizontal Scaling TRADITIONAL APPROACH As load on a Server increases, the Load Balancer distributes the load to other servers.
  • 139. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Horizontal Scaling PROBLEMS ?
  • 140. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Horizontal Scaling Redundant hardware is needed. PROBLEMS
  • 141. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Horizontal Scaling Redundant hardware is needed. Manage multiple code bases. PROBLEMS
  • 142. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Horizontal Scaling Redundant hardware is needed. Manage multiple code bases. Complex. PROBLEMS
  • 143. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Horizontal Scaling Redundant hardware is needed. Manage multiple code bases. Complex. Extra skills PROBLEMS required.
  • 144. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Horizontal Scaling Redundant hardware is needed. Manage multiple code bases. Complex. Extra skills PROBLEMS required. Higher Cost.
  • 145. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Horizontal Scaling Redundant hardware is needed. Manage multiple code bases. Complex. Extra skills PROBLEMS required. Higher Cost. Inefficiencies.
  • 146. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Vertical Scaling Redundant hardware is needed. Vertical Scaling Manage multiple solves all these code bases. problems in one Complex. fell swoop. Extra skills required. Higher Cost. Inefficiencies.
  • 147. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Vertical Scaling Redundant hardware is needed. Manage multiple SOLVED code bases. Complex. Extra skills required. Higher Cost. Inefficiencies.
  • 148. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Vertical Scaling We do not need to maintain multiple servers or multiple SOLVED instances of the software.
  • 149. Clouds do Vertical Scaling Vertical Scaling We do not need to maintain multiple servers or multiple SOLVED instances of the software. The same server now scales UP or DOWN as required.
  • 150. bodHOST and eNlight Let me now introduce to you a “cool” company – and an even “cooler” Cloud.
  • 151. bodHOST and eNlight Introducing bodHOST A pioneer in the hosting business.
  • 152. bodHOST and eNlight Introducing bodHOST Established 1999 Infrastructure as a Service Innovation in Cloud Automatic Vertical Scaling
  • 153. bodHOST and eNlight Introducing bodHOST Established 1999 Infrastructure as a Service Innovation in Cloud Automatic Vertical ScalingGroup covers North America, South America, Europe & Asia
  • 154. bodHOST and eNlight Introducing eNlight bodHOST has developed eNlight on the industry standard platform called XEN (now a part of Citrix).
  • 155. bodHOST and eNlight Introducing eNlight Industry std platform XEN Automatic Vertical Scaling True Pay-per- Consume
  • 156. bodHOST and eNlight Introducing eNlight Industry std platform XEN Automatic Vertical Scaling True Pay-per- ConsumeForms the backbone of our Cloud Offering across the globe
  • 157. bodHOST and eNlight Introducing eNlight Industry std We have earlier platform looked at the XEN tremendous advantages of Automatic Vertical Scaling, Vertical Scaling right? True Pay-per- ConsumeForms the backbone of our Cloud Offering across the globe
  • 158. bodHOST and eNlight Introducing eNlight Industry std We have earlier platform looked at the eNlight XEN does tremendous something even advantages of Automatic “cooler”. Vertical Scaling, Vertical Scaling remember? True Pay-per- Let’s take a Consume look…Forms the backbone of our Cloud Offering across the globe
  • 159. bodHOST and eNlight Automatic Vertical Scaling eNlight not only provides Vertical Scaling, like all clouds, it also does it automatically without any human or program intervention.
  • 160. bodHOST and eNlight Automatic Vertical Scaling eNlight automatically senses the resource requirement of applications.
  • 161. bodHOST and eNlight Automatic Vertical Scaling eNlight automatically senses the resource requirement of applications. eNlight automatically scales allocated resources up-or- down.
  • 162. bodHOST and eNlight Automatic Vertical Scaling This enables eNlight to ensure nobody pays for unused resources even for a minute longer.
  • 163. bodHOST and eNlight Automatic Vertical Scaling This enables eNlight to ensure nobody pays for unused resources even for a minute longer.This, in turn, enables atrue Pay-per-Consume utility billing model.
  • 164. bodHOST and eNlightOther Clouds’ Pay-per-Allocation Model
  • 165. bodHOST and eNlightOther Clouds’ Pay-per-Allocation Model
  • 166. bodHOST and eNlightOther Clouds’ Pay-per-Allocation Model
  • 167. bodHOST and eNlightOther Clouds’ Pay-per-Allocation Model
  • 168. bodHOST and eNlighteNlight’s Pay-per-Consume Model
  • 169. bodHOST and eNlighteNlight’s Pay-per-Consume Model
  • 170. bodHOST and eNlighteNlight’s Pay-per-Consume Model
  • 171. bodHOST and eNlighteNlight’s Pay-per-Consume Model Enables true pay-per-consume model of utility billing. Customers are billed per minute. Currently unique in the industry.
  • 172. bodHOST and eNlight Industry Standard Security Security Standards ISO 9001, ISO 20000 / BS 15000, ISO 27001 / BS 7799  Server Isolation & Security  Storage Security  Network Isolation  Network Security  Protection against IP Spoofing & Theft  Security against Internet threats  Uptime Monitoring  Secure VM Management  Security against Privileged Users
  • 173. bodHOST and eNlight Cost Savings Case Study
  • 174. bodHOST and eNlight Cost Savings Case StudyFounded in 1927, this Higher Education client has grown to a chain of schools,providing multiple brands of education, across the country. Their distributed computingneeds had grown dramatically, leading to a significant in-house data center.
  • 175. bodHOST and eNlight Cost Savings Case StudyFounded in 1927, this Higher Education client has grown to a chain of schools,providing multiple brands of education, across the country. Their distributed computingneeds had grown dramatically, leading to a significant in-house data center.bodHOST undertook a “Data Center in the Cloud” viability study with their actualhardware, software, licensing, maintenance, obsolescence, and interest cost, butEXCLUDING manpower cost (they had a systems admin/support team of 19 persons).
  • 176. bodHOST and eNlight Cost Savings Case StudyFounded in 1927, this Higher Education client has grown to a chain of schools,providing multiple brands of education, across the country. Their distributed computingneeds had grown dramatically, leading to a significant in-house data center.bodHOST undertook a “Data Center in the Cloud” viability study with their actualhardware, software, licensing, maintenance, obsolescence, and interest cost, butEXCLUDING manpower cost (they had a systems admin/support team of 19 persons).The projected saving below are over a three-year projection. In-house Data Center Difference and Item Description in the Cloud Data Center Savings Capital Investment $4,537,778 $1,224,000 $3,313,778 Operational Cost $600,000 $436,601 $163,399 Total $5,137,778 $1,660,601 $3,477,178
  • 177. bodHOST and eNlight Cost Savings Case StudyFounded in 1927, this Higher Education client has grown to a chain of schools,providing multiple brands of education, across the country. Their distributed computingneeds had grown dramatically, leading to a significant in-house data center.bodHOST undertook a “Data Center in the Cloud” viability study with their actualhardware, software, licensing, maintenance, obsolescence, and interest cost, butEXCLUDING manpower cost (they had a systems admin/support team of 19 persons).The projected saving below are over a three-year projection. In-house Data Center Difference and Item Description in the Cloud Data Center Savings Capital Investment $4,537,778 $1,224,000 $3,313,778 Operational Cost $600,000 $436,601 $163,399 Total $5,137,778 $1,660,601 $3,477,178
  • 178. bodHOST and eNlight Why bodHOST?
  • 179. Cloud Call 888.453.0014 Computing PIYUSH SOMANI PRESIDENT Email: piyush.somani@bodhost.com RAJEEV PAPNEJA CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Email: rajeev.papneja@bodhost.com VIKRAM JAPE DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL SALES Email: vikram.jape@bodhost.com ALMOST 2 MILLION DOMAINSPROBAL DASGUPTA RUSHIKESH JADHAV CLOUD VIRTUOSOCHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICEREmail: probal.dasgupta@bodhost.com Email: rushikesh.jadhav@bodhost.comPhone: +1-516-609-8844 [USA] +56-9-6109-6490 [Chile]AMANDA SIDHU www.bodhost.com Cloud. Down to earth.DIRECTOR, NORTH AMERICAN PROJECTSEmail: amanda.sidhu@bodhost.com