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    Cloud computing availability Cloud computing availability Presentation Transcript

    • Cloud Computing-Availability
      Scott Page
    • Agenda
      Characteristics of a Cloud Environment
      Importance of Availability
      Examples of Cloud Failures
      Cloud Lock-in
      What Cloud Providers should do to Improve Availability
      What Cloud Users should do to Improve Availability
    • Characteristics of a Cloud Environment
      Processing is done by the Cloud Provider
      Automation of Processing Power
      Unique Cost Structure
    • Importance of Availability
      One of the top concerns of Chief Information Officers
      Cloud Computing for businesses is expected to grow 25% per year to US $55.5 Billion by 2014
    • Examples of Cloud Failures
      Amazon
      Google
    • Cloud Lock-in
      Lack of standardization in cloud deployment models
    • What Cloud Providers should do to Improve Availability
      Data Redundancy
      Better Transparency
      Offer Cloud Optimization Services
      Offer SLA Agreement
      Incorporate Engineering Solutions to Hardware Problems
      Offer an Efficient Cloud Computing System
    • What Cloud Users should do to Improve Availability
      Determine which Applications are Mission Critical
      Disaster/Continuity Planning
      Use Research Gathered by Third Parties
    • The End