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Cloudcomputing Nivo Consultancy 26 Mei 2009 Versie 1


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What is cloud computing?
What are the key issues for users / suppliers

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  • Cloud is not an island, but a global connector to the worlds finformation and usersCloud computing is here to stay. Speed is questionmark
  • What is driving this shift,A change of perspective from seeing the computer as a box to seeing the computer as a door.
  • Cloud enablersFull connectivityOpen accessReliabilityInteroperability and user choiceSecurityPrivacyEconomic vlaue Sustainabilllity
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    • 1. Cloud Computing Light & Dark 26 mei 2009 Ruud Ramakers
    • 2. – wie zijn wij? ONAFHANKELIJK KENMERKEN IT – ADVIESBUREAU  onafhankelijk VANUIT DISCIPLINES:  sinds 1991  bedrijfskundig  beëdigd informaticadeskundigen  technisch bedrijfs-  best practices  juridisch ITIL / ISPL / PRINCE2 kundig technisch  kwaliteitsaanpak (MIRKA)  professioneel netwerk juridisch  huisleverancier IT-advies 2
    • 3. Cloud computing • What is Cloud computing? • Definitions • What are the enablers? • Variants of the Clouds • Clouds for customers • What is the impact? • What are the benefits? • What are the consequences • Customers • Suppliers • Cloud here to stay some examples
    • 4. Is Cloud Computing somthing new? Grid computing Utillity Computing Cloud Addaptive Enterprise Computing Software As A Service Platform As A On Demand Service Infrastructure as a service
    • 5. Definition cloud computing 1. There is not one definition of cloud computing. 2. Every one can use the name.
    • 6. Definition cloud computing Wikipedia Cloud computing is Internet (quot;cloudquot;) based development and use of computer technology (quot;computingquot;).It is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualised resources are provided as a service over the Internet.Users need not have knowledge of, expertise in, or control over the technology infrastructure quot;in the cloudquot; that supports them The concept incorporates infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and software as a service (SaaS) as well as Web 2.0 and other recent (ca. 2007–2009) technology trends which have the common theme of reliance on the Internet for satisfying the computing needs of the users. Examples of SaaS vendors include and Google Apps which provide common business applications online that are accessed from a web browser, while the software and data are stored on the servers. The term cloud is used as a metaphor for the Internet, based on how the Internet is depicted in computer network diagrams, and is an abstraction for the complex infrastructure it conceals Market size Gartner Market size IDC 2008 $46 billion 2012 $42 billion 2009 $56 billion 2013 $150 billion
    • 7. Definition cloud computing Marketspace Cloud Computing represents a new way to deploy computing technology to give users the ability to access, work on, share it and store information using the Internet. The cloud itself is a network of data centers - each composed of many thousands of computers working together - that perform the functions of software on a personal or business computer by providing users access to powerful applications, platforms and services delivered over the Internet. Gartner Says Worldwide Cloud Services Revenue Will Grow 21.3 Percent in 2009
    • 8. Key Characteristics On-demand self-service • Customer provisioning Ubiquitous network access • Through network • For all type of clients Location independent resource pooling • Multi tenant • Virtualisation Rapid elasticity • Quickly scale up / down • Capacity infinte Pay per use • Fee for a service • Fee for transaction
    • 9. What made it possible? Kryders Law Moore‟s Law Computor memory Every 18 months doubles every 12 processing power months as function of doubles Now right the price time for cloud computing Grove‟s Law Worlds global communication networks double every 100 years
    • 10. What made it possible?
    • 11. Evolution of cloud computing Mainframe Mini computer Workstation PC Netbooks Smart phones Game consoles Cloud
    • 12. Everybody is using the cloud • 1.5 miljard people connected to the cloud.
    • 13. Variants of the Clouds • Companies host applications in the cloud that many users User Level access through Internet Connections. The service being sold or offered is a complete end-user application. “software as a service” Developer • Developers can design, build and test applications that run on the Cloud provieder‟s infrastructure and then deliver those Level applications to end-users from the provider‟s servers “platform as a service” • System administrators optain general processing, storage, IT Level database, management and other resources and applications through the network and pay only for what gets used. “Infrastructure as a service”
    • 14. Variants of the Clouds Deployment model • Private • Community cloud cloud owned or leased by a shared by several single organization and organizations and is operated solely for supports a specific that organization community owned by an composition of two or organization selling more clouds (internal, cloud services to the community, or public) general public or to a large industry group • Hybrid • Public cloud cloud
    • 15. Not one Cloud? Cloud
    • 17. Cloud computing promissing • Cloud can provide almost • Cloud computing can immediate access to lower IT barriers to hardware resources innovation and increase interoperability between • No upfront capital disjoint technologies. investments for uses Creation Faster of new time to value market driver Lower Easier to upfront scale-out IT-cost • Pay-per-use billing • Enterprises of all dramatically reduce upfront costs sizes can seamlessly scale their services in correlation with client demand Mc Kinsey
    • 18. Benefits and opportunities in the cloud Anywhere/any time Specialization and customization of applications build in cloud Collaboration Cost advantages CO2 reduction Infrastructure on demand
    • 19. Advantage of clouds
    • 20. Difficult to forcast traffic
    • 21. Normal Respons
    • 22. Cloud response Cloud E.g. Amazone - Essent
    • 23. Customer examples
    • 24. Customer examples
    • 25. Customer examples
    • 26. Customer examples
    • 27. Customer examples
    • 28. Customer examples
    • 29. Customer cloud enablers Crashing applications Crashing Crashing servers Back ups Updates and ICT costs patches Growing Unsecure 70 -80 % of ICT budget for connections maintenance Virusses / Lack of Hacking resources Data growth
    • 30. Advantages ICT maintenance Availabillity 24*7 ASL, BiSL, ITIL Minimal downtime ICT department No bottleneck anymore ICT sources Functional maintenance Always available Only monitoring ICT Reduction of ICT resources Maintenance budget
    • 31. Challenges of the Cloud Security Privacy Specials Dependancy / reliability Sustainebillity Legal e.g. licency
    • 32. Reliability
    • 33. Security How to are customers Seperated Bron: Data-integretty  Due Diligence: – What‟s in the contract? – What backup systems are in place? – Data recovery? How long? Tested? Often? – Audit rights? – Upgrade effects? – Long-term viability? 21 April 2009
    • 34. Licencies: “Normal” setting Licentiegever Licentienemer (Klant) 21 April 2009
    • 35. Licentiekwesties – SaaS setting Licentiegever Licentienemer (SaaS Provider) Sublicense? Functionaliteits- afnemer (Klant) 21 April 2009
    • 36. Licentiekwesties – Cloud setting ? Licentienemer Licentiegever (Klant?) ? ? Cloud Provider 21 April 2009
    • 38. Types and issues • Licences • Growth market • Availability • Standardization • Competition • Interoperability Cloud ISV‟s companies (teleco‟s??) Hosting SaaS companies • New services • Own versus • Competition cloud • Standardization • Opportunities • Flexibility
    • 39. RFI issues cloud vendors • Server provisioning • CPU • Preconfigured system • Memory images • Storage • Applications stacks • Bandwidth • Management • Data transfer capcity • Operating system patching • Security • Security architecture / • Autthentication software Hosting / • SAML Pricing • Intrussion detection Security • NIST 800-53 / HIPAA, PCI, SAS 70, DNSSEC, FIPS 140-2 • Testing and source code analyses Data SLA/ manage operatio ment / nal • Data isolation / recovery Interoper • Industrystandaards • Location of data storage support • Prioritization traffic • Data ownership / data logging / data access ability • Virtualization formats • Availability • Data termination • Online troubleticketing • IP / Ownership • Accessible infrastructure ports • Interoperability cloud to • IT adress assignment cloud / experience • ... • Tools • Portability / vendor lock in
    • 40. Security 1. Virus 2. Identity fraud 3. Patches 4. Expertise 5. Cyber-crime laws 6. Security breach / selling company
    • 41. Privacy 1. Location where data stored 2. Location where you live in 3. Mission critical information 4. Routing of Internet 5. Audits/ data protection standards 6. Deleting information
    • 42. Cloud datacenter design
    • 43. SOME EXAMPLES 45
    • 44. Providers can market their OpSource- powered offerings Customers can list their SaaS, SDK, and web service offerings on the Directory Subscribers can find a variety of on- demand applications, SDKs, and web services Subscribers sign up for services directly with the Provider. OpSource is not involved in the transaction.
    • 45. IBM participates in Cloud Computing in 4 key areas 1. Delivers Cloud Services to reach 2. Helps ISVs to design, build, deliver customers. and market Cloud Services. Examples : • 200+ ISVs in SaaS Specialty • Information Protection • Examples: nGenera, WeSupply and Global Services Groupware. • Lotus “Bluehouse” • Lotus Sametime Unyte • Rational AppScan 3. Helps customer integrate Cloud 4. Helps businesses to build their own Services into their business. cloud environments. • Global Business Services practices for • „Blue Cloud‟ is a set of enabling technologies and SuccessFactors. to create the Cloud Computing • Rational tools for optimizing SaaS experience, including IBM offerings such as: investments. • IM • Lotus • Rational • Tivoli .
    • 46. Vragen?  Per e-mail: Overige informatie  Nieuwsbrief:  Internet: