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Cloud Computing, Bridging the world wide cloud

Cloud Computing, Bridging the world wide cloud

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  • 1. Cloud Camp @ CCX
  • 2. The World Wide Cloud
    • Bridging the Data Center and The Cloud
  • 3. The World Wide Cloud
    • Bridging the Data Center and The Cloud
    Reuven Cohen, Founder & Chief Technologist, Enomaly Inc - www.enomaly.com
  • 4. Reuven Cohen
    • Founder & Chief Technologist, Enomaly
    • Instigator of Cloud Camp (Worldwide series of events)
    • Creator of the Cloud Interoperability Forum
    • IEEE Program Chair on Cloud Computing
    • Blogs at www.elasticvapor.com
    • Writing cloud guide for O’Reilly (2009)
    • Creator of the Enomaly Elastic Computing Platform
  • 5. World Wide Cloud Overview
    • Federated
    • Global
    • Interoperable
    • Scalable
    • Self Healing
    • Hybrid, Intracloud
  • 6. Cloud Computing
    • - No System Boundaries
    • - No physical or geographic limitations
    • - No internal composition or ownership
    • - Service Oriented
    • - “Internet centric computing”
  • 7. Cloud Computing Challenges
    • Enterprise IT wants Control
    • Business units want flexibility
    • Data Portability and Interoperability
    • Trust & Security
    • Network Latency and Availability
    • IT Transparency
    • Disaster Recovery
  • 8. Cloud Benefits
    • Economies of Scale
    • CAPEX and OPEX
    • Pay per use
    • Flexible usage models
    • On Demand Scalability
    • Globalized
  • 9. Hybrid Cloud
    • Both Local and Remote Resources
    • Common Abstraction & API’s
    • Uniform Operating Environments (Networking & Storage)
    • Federated Authentication and Identity
    • Data Portability
  • 10. GeoPolitical Cloud Computing
    • Geo-targeted Computing
    • Regulatory Concerns (i.e. US Patriot Act)
    • Compliance (Sarbanes Oxley, HIPAA)
    • Accountability & Audibility
    • Data Authority
    • Jurisdiction and data protection laws
  • 11. The Stack
    • Infrastructure Vs Platform
    • Storage
    • Networking
    • Authentication & ID
    • User Data
    • WAN Optimization
    • P2P
    • Messaging (XMPP)
    • Security (Encryption)
    • Cloud Apps & Services
  • 12. Interoperability & XMPP
    • Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP)
    • a set of open XML technologies for presence and real-time communication developed by the Jabber open-source community in 1999, formalized by the IETF in 2002-2004
  • 13. XMPP Strengths
    • Decentralization : The architecture of the XMPP network is similar to email; anyone can run their own XMPP server and there is no central master server.
    • Open and standards compliant
    • Security
    • Flexibility & Extensibility (Extension Protocols XEP)
  • 14. Questions?
    • Let’s chat
    • Reuven Cohen, [email_address]
    • Twitter @ruv
    • Blog > www.elasticVapor.com