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  • Cloud Computing is:A large network of computers Used by large organizations to provide services to smaller ones and individualsUsed for bulk data processingSynonyms: Grid Computing, SaaS, Network Computing, Utility ComputingCloud Computing and web based applications are the future of computing in which all of us will interact
  • Data center of server farm, > facility used to house computers and storage systems
  • IBM mass storage cluster
  • Team of Experts to install configure and run the software.
  • Middleware is software that links software components along multiple infrastructures.
  • Elastic Compute Cloud
  • Google Chrome OS, Microsofts Windows Azure.

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  • Cloud Computing
  • Any situation in which computing is done in a remote location rather than on your desktop or portable device.
    Cloud computing is a broad concept of using the Internet to allow people to access technology-enabled services
    Named after the cloud representation of the Internet on a network diagram.
    Cloud computing is a general term for anything that involves delivering hosted services over the Internet.
    What is Cloud Computing?
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  • How does cloud computing differ from regular hosting?
    • It is sold on demand, typically by the minute or the hour;
    It is elastic -- a user can have as much or as little of a service as they want at any given time
    The service is fully managed by the provider (the consumer needs nothing but a personal computer and Internet access).
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  • Business Apps
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  • What do Business Apps need?
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  • Money
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  • Data Centre
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  • Office Space
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  • Power
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  • Cooling
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  • Bandwidth
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  • Network
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  • Servers and Storage
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  • Software Stack
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  • Team of Experts
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  • Versions
    R/3
    R/3 Enterprise
    mySAP
    Netweaver
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  • Besides all that…
    Development
    Testing
    Staging
    Production
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  • Advantages of Cloud Computing
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  • No need to upgrade.
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  • No need to update.
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  • Scalability.
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  • Usage metered on demand resources.
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  • No server maintenance costs.
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  • Can completely replace business apps.
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  • Gmail vs Microsoft Exchange Server
    • Servers and storage? No Yes
    • Technical Team? No Yes
    • Upgrades? No Yes
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  • 3 Mantras of Cloud Computing
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  • Applications available on demand on a
    Subscription basis.
    Big fast machines in some else’s data centre running an application that we access using our web browser.
    Someone else owns the application and we pay a subscription fee.
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  • Applications are separated from infrastructure.
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  • One server can be shared by many applications.
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  • Virtualized Application
    Database
    Middleware
    OS
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  • Why adopt Cloud Computing?
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  • Utility Computing
    Server capacity is accessed across a grid as a service.
    Utility computing is the packaging of computing resources, such as computation and storage, as a metered service similar to a traditional public utility
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  • Multi-Tenancy
    Business apps are provided as a copy to their client companies.
    But with cloud computing, it’s a single app for all the client companies.
    And its flexible enough for every1 to customize it.
    Single tenant system Multi-Tenant Architecture
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  • How Companies are evolving in order to implement Cloud Technology.
    - IBM spent $360
    million to build a
    cloud computing
    data center
    • Microsoft's
    new mantra is
    "software plus
    services"
    Technology
    - Google Apps
    for Free
    • Amazon’s prices
    start at 20cents
    • Google allies IBM &
    Salesforce.com
    • HP's purchase
    of Opsware
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  • Leading Companies in Cloud Technology
    Amazon Web Services: EC2
    Google: Google App Engine, Google Docs, Chrome OS
    Vmware: vCloud
    Microsoft: Azure, Live Mesh
    IBM: Blue Cloud
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  • Thank u!
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