 Meaning
 Services
 Advantage & disadvantage

 Types of cloud computing
 Characteristics of cloud computing
 Future ...
 An environment created in user’s machine from an on-

line application stored on the cloud and run through a
web browser...
 Infrastructure as a Services (IaaS)- Network Architects
 Platform as a Services (PaaS)-Application Developers
 Softwar...
Uses Of
Cloud
Computing
 Also known as hardware as a service.
 Is a computing power that you can rent for a limited

period of time.
 Allows ex...
 Gives us nice APL(Application Programming






Interface) and take care of the implementation.
In the PaaS model, c...
 Saas is a software distribution model in which application







are hosted by the vendor or service provider and m...
1.Pooled ComputingAdvanced Virtualization
2.Delivered Over The
Internet
3.Elastic Scaling
4.Flexible Pricing-Pay
Only For ...
 Security Issue
 Vendor Lock-In

 Inflexibility
 Technical Difficulties
 Increased Vulnerability
 PUBLIC
 PRIVATE
 HYBRID
 Owned & managed by service

provider

 Delivers select set business

process, application or
infrastructure on a “pay p...
 Owned & managed by the

enterprises

 Limited access to enterprises &

partner network

 Retain high degree of

contro...
A hybrid infrastructure takes advantage of both public &
private clouds
 Services provided over the internet-the public c...
 The use of cloud computing is growing, and by 2016 this growth will increase








to become the bulk of new IT sp...
Fundamentals of Cloud Computing
Fundamentals of Cloud Computing
Fundamentals of Cloud Computing
Fundamentals of Cloud Computing
Fundamentals of Cloud Computing
Fundamentals of Cloud Computing
Fundamentals of Cloud Computing
Fundamentals of Cloud Computing
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  1. 1.  Meaning  Services  Advantage & disadvantage  Types of cloud computing  Characteristics of cloud computing  Future of Cloud Computing  Reference  Conclusion
  2. 2.  An environment created in user’s machine from an on- line application stored on the cloud and run through a web browser.  Cloud computing is creating a fundamental change in computer software and its tools development, and of course in the way we store, distribute and consume information.  Cloud computing is type of computing that relies on sharing computing resources rather than having local server or personal devices to handle application. e.g. network, servers ,storage, application and services
  3. 3.  Infrastructure as a Services (IaaS)- Network Architects  Platform as a Services (PaaS)-Application Developers  Software as a Services (SaaS)-End Users
  4. 4. Uses Of Cloud Computing
  5. 5.  Also known as hardware as a service.  Is a computing power that you can rent for a limited period of time.  Allows existing application to be run on cloud suppliers hardware.  Cloud providers offer computer-as physical or more often as virtual machines-raw(block)storage , firewalls , load balancers, and network.
  6. 6.  Gives us nice APL(Application Programming     Interface) and take care of the implementation. In the PaaS model, cloud provides a computing platform or solution stack typically including operating system, programming language execution environment, database, and web server. Is the platform for developers to write and create their own SaaS i.e. Application. Which means rapid development at low cost. E.g.Salesforce.com, window Azure.
  7. 7.  Saas is a software distribution model in which application     are hosted by the vendor or service provider and made available to customer. Saas is an application that can be accessed from anywhere in the world as long as you can have an computer with an Internet Connection. We can access this cloud hosted application without any additional hardware or software. Saas is closely related to ASP and on demand computing software delivery models. E.g: G-mail , yahoo mail , Hotmail etc….
  8. 8. 1.Pooled ComputingAdvanced Virtualization 2.Delivered Over The Internet 3.Elastic Scaling 4.Flexible Pricing-Pay Only For They Use 5.Provide Resources As a Services
  9. 9.  Security Issue  Vendor Lock-In  Inflexibility  Technical Difficulties  Increased Vulnerability
  10. 10.  PUBLIC  PRIVATE  HYBRID
  11. 11.  Owned & managed by service provider  Delivers select set business process, application or infrastructure on a “pay per uses” basis  Highly standardized  Limited customization option  Access from “outside” the firewall
  12. 12.  Owned & managed by the enterprises  Limited access to enterprises & partner network  Retain high degree of control,privacy & security  Enable business to more easily customize services  Access from “inside” the firewall
  13. 13. A hybrid infrastructure takes advantage of both public & private clouds  Services provided over the internet-the public cloud  Services provided by the enterprises data center-the private cloud
  14. 14.  The use of cloud computing is growing, and by 2016 this growth will increase     to become the bulk of new IT spend, according to Gartner, Inc. 2016 will be a defining year for cloud as private cloud begins to give way to hybrid cloud, and nearly half of large enterprises will have hybrid cloud deployments by the end of 2017. Gartner describes cloud computing as a style of computing in which scalable and elastic IT-enabled capabilities are delivered “as a service” using Internet technologies “In India, cloud services revenue is projected to have a five-year projected compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 33.2 percent from 2012 through 2017 across all segments of the cloud computing market. Mr. Howard said that private cloud gets a lot of attention and is today the most popular form of cloud across various sectors. Ed Anderson research director at Gartner said. “Cloud computing continues to grow at rates much higher than IT spending generally. Growth in cloud services is being driven by new IT computing scenarios being deployed using cloud models, as well as the migration of traditional IT services to cloud service alternatives.”
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