Introduction to     Cloud Computing                          Samuel Dratwa                          Samuel.dratwa@gmail.co...
CommonCraft –             technology in simple EnglishCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Logtel’s Activities                                                     Software            Training             Consultin...
About the Copyright              This documentation is protected by Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL,              32 Shacham St., ...
Agenda      What is a Cloud      The Services modules             SaaS - Software as a Service             PaaS - Plat...
Samuel Dratwa   Evangelist   Telecom expert – Teleco, SP & vendors            Engineering            Marketing        ...
The Hype        What google trends is telling us ? It’s a hype…Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
What is                          Cloud Computing?Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Definition  Wikipedia - a style of computing in which dynamically   scalable and often virtualized resources are provided...
Oracle definition ;-)  “...we’ve   redefined Cloud Computing to       include everything that we already do...       I don...
Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
7 thing that make a cloud Flexible and Efficiency Economical (Save)           Money           Time           Energy  ...
Cloud computing is kind of hostingCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Why now ? Why not now ?   No standard definition.   No standard architectures.   Cloud architectures are not new.   Wh...
The ServicesCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Cloud Ecosystem                             Public       Virtual Private Cloud                              Cloud         ...
Three layers of services                                    SaaS                            Software as a Service         ...
IaaS, PaaS and SaaS Point of View                                                           SaaS Software as a Service PRO...
The “old way”                                      Software                           PC(s) / Laptop(s)                   ...
The “new way”                                      Software                           PC(s) / Laptop(s)                   ...
It’s not just above the lineCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Also (almost) all the rest                              X                                  X                          X   ...
SaaS - Software delivery model         Increasingly popular with SMEs         No hardware or software to manage        ...
SaaS examplesCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
SaaS - Advantages      Pay per use      Instant Scalability      Security      Reliability          Disaster recovery...
SaaS Attention Test ;-)   Is Skype              a SaaS ?   Is YouTube a SaaSCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
PaaS - Platform delivery model   Estimating demand is not a science!   Platform management is not fun!   Examples:     ...
PaaS examplesCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Amazon EC2Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Amazon pricingCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
PaaS - Advantages      Pay per use      Instant Scalability      Security      Reliability          Disaster recovery...
PaaS Attention Test ;-)Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
IaaS - infrastructure delivery model   Access to infrastructure stack:            Full OS access            Firewalls  ...
IaaS - Advantages      Pay per use      Instant Scalability      Security      Reliability          Disaster recovery...
Common Factors      Pay per use      Instant Scalability   SaaS      Security      Reliability      APIs             ...
Advantages      Lower cost of ownership                                             SaaS      Reduce infrastructure mana...
Aren’t we missing something ?   NaaS – Network (connectivity) as a Service          Manage the network itself          ...
Risks                             SaaS         Security         Downtime         Access         Dependency            ...
Cloud and the “security problem”   The good news          The cloud providers are better at security than we are        ...
Moving from “not so smart” to “the smarter”Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Standards are on the wayCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
The playersCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Commercial cloudsCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Three Cloud Models – You Choose.       Aggregation        Verticalization   Virtualization                               A...
Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Is this a Cloud ?Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Google’s Chrome OSCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Cloud Data CenterCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Google data centerCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
The migration path         to a cloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Buy                   “Packaged”                     Hosted                      “Software as a                   Applicat...
All acceptable options (trade off)  Buy                   “Packaged”                           Hosted                     ...
Buy                   “Packaged”                         Hosted                    “Software as a                       ER...
Buy                   “Packaged”                     Hosted                      “Software as a                   Applicat...
Buy                   “Packaged”                        Hosted                  “Software as a                   Applicati...
Buy                   “Packaged”                       Hosted                      “Software as a                   Applic...
Buy                   “Packaged”                     Hosted                      “Software as a                   Applicat...
Buy                   “Packaged”                      Hosted                      “Software as a                   Applica...
Buy                   “Packaged”                     Hosted                      “Software as a                   Applicat...
The futureCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Where are we going to ?Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
     Source: Daniel Kofman & Yuri Gittik - RADCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
7 thing that make a cloud Flexible and Efficiency Economical (Save)           Money           Time           Energy  ...
The end ;-)           Samuel.dratwa@gmail.comCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
• Cloud Computing Provider: Could                   save energy                                            Capacity       ...
Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
Grid vs. Cloud                            Grid                       Cloud  Underlying concept        Utility Computing   ...
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  • Sometimes called Utility computing
  • https://cloudsecurityalliance.org/research/projects/cloud-controls-matrix-ccm/
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  • Cloud Computing

    1. 1. Introduction to Cloud Computing Samuel Dratwa Samuel.dratwa@gmail.comCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    2. 2. CommonCraft – technology in simple EnglishCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    3. 3. Logtel’s Activities Software Training Consulting Development Logtel’s fields Computer Telecom Hardware Tech. Skills Product Hi Tech Israel Companies Training Outsourcing Logtel’s Worldwide Branches PartnersCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    4. 4. About the Copyright This documentation is protected by Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL, 32 Shacham St., Petah Tikva, 49170, Israel. World rights reserved. The possession and use of this documentation is subjected to the restrictions contained in this license. No part of this documentation may be stored in a retrieval system, transmitted or reproduced in any way, including but not limited to photocopy, photograph, magnetic or other record, without the prior agreement and written permission of LOGTEL. Participants of this seminar are entitled to keep their copy of this documentation for references purposes only.Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    5. 5. Agenda  What is a Cloud  The Services modules  SaaS - Software as a Service  PaaS - Platforms a Service  IaaS - Infrastructure as a Service  The payers (today)  Cloud Advantages  Risks / Challenges  The future of the cloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    6. 6. Samuel Dratwa  Evangelist  Telecom expert – Teleco, SP & vendors  Engineering  Marketing  IT  Filed technician  Corporate management  Innovative (Telecom) Service creator  LecturerCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    7. 7. The Hype What google trends is telling us ? It’s a hype…Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    8. 8. Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    9. 9. What is Cloud Computing?Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    10. 10. Definition  Wikipedia - a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as a service over the Internet. Users need not have knowledge of, expertise in, or control over the technology infrastructure in the "cloud" that supports them.  Academic (simple) - provide on-demand resources or services over a network, often the Internet, with the scale and reliability of a data center.  Mine – distributed mainframe, reachable form any device connected to the internetCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    11. 11. Oracle definition ;-) “...we’ve redefined Cloud Computing to include everything that we already do... I don’t understand what we would do differently ... other than change the wording of some of our ads.”  Larry Ellison, CEO, Oracle (Wall Street Journal, Sept. 26, 2008)Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    12. 12. Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    13. 13. 7 thing that make a cloud Flexible and Efficiency Economical (Save)  Money  Time  Energy  Labor  Less investment Environmental (efficient)  Energy  Pollution Simple Reliable Scalable Easy access – 3 screensCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    14. 14. Cloud computing is kind of hostingCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    15. 15. Why now ? Why not now ?  No standard definition.  No standard architectures.  Cloud architectures are not new.  What is new:  Bandwidth  Scale  Ease of use  Pricing modelCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    16. 16. The ServicesCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    17. 17. Cloud Ecosystem Public Virtual Private Cloud Cloud External Internal Private Cloud Private Cloud EnterpriseCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL 17
    18. 18. Three layers of services SaaS Software as a Service PaaS Platform as a Service IaaS Infrastructure as a ServiceCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    19. 19. IaaS, PaaS and SaaS Point of View SaaS Software as a Service PRODUCT: Finished application available on demand to end user PaaS USERS: Software consumer Platform as a Service Infrastructure as a Service IaaS PRODUCT: storage, compute and other services to simplify application development, especially of web PRODUCT: Compute power, storage applications. and networking infrastructure over the internet, provided as a virtual machine USERS: Application Developers image USERS: DevelopersCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    20. 20. The “old way” Software PC(s) / Laptop(s) Buy, Install, Maintai n, Upgrade Server(s)Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    21. 21. The “new way” Software PC(s) / Laptop(s) Buy, Install, Maintai n, Upgrade Server(s)Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    22. 22. It’s not just above the lineCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    23. 23. Also (almost) all the rest X X X XCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    24. 24. SaaS - Software delivery model  Increasingly popular with SMEs  No hardware or software to manage  Service delivered through a browser  Examples:  CRM  Financial Planning  Human Resources  Word processing SaaS  Commercial Services:  Salesforce.com  emailcloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    25. 25. SaaS examplesCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    26. 26. SaaS - Advantages  Pay per use  Instant Scalability  Security  Reliability  Disaster recovery  APIs SaaSCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    27. 27. SaaS Attention Test ;-)  Is Skype a SaaS ?  Is YouTube a SaaSCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    28. 28. PaaS - Platform delivery model  Estimating demand is not a science!  Platform management is not fun!  Examples:  Storage  Database  Scalability  Commercial Services:  Google App Engine  Mosso  AWS: S3 PaaSCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    29. 29. PaaS examplesCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    30. 30. Amazon EC2Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    31. 31. Amazon pricingCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    32. 32. Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    33. 33. PaaS - Advantages  Pay per use  Instant Scalability  Security  Reliability  Disaster recovery  APIs PaaSCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    34. 34. PaaS Attention Test ;-)Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    35. 35. Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    36. 36. IaaS - infrastructure delivery model  Access to infrastructure stack:  Full OS access  Firewalls  Routers  Load balancing  Commercial Services:  Flexiscale  AWS: EC2  RackSpace IaaSCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    37. 37. IaaS - Advantages  Pay per use  Instant Scalability  Security  Reliability  Disaster recovery  APIs IaaSCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    38. 38. Common Factors  Pay per use  Instant Scalability SaaS  Security  Reliability  APIs PaaS IaaSCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    39. 39. Advantages  Lower cost of ownership SaaS  Reduce infrastructure management responsibility  Allow for unexpected resource loads  Faster application rollout PaaS IaaSCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    40. 40. Aren’t we missing something ?  NaaS – Network (connectivity) as a Service  Manage the network itself  Having on demand bandwidthCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    41. 41. Risks SaaS  Security  Downtime  Access  Dependency PaaS  Interoperability  Regulation IaaSCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    42. 42. Cloud and the “security problem”  The good news  The cloud providers are better at security than we are (hey, it’s their specialty…)  The bad news  It’s a different ball game  With bigger threatsCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    43. 43. Moving from “not so smart” to “the smarter”Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    44. 44. Standards are on the wayCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    45. 45. The playersCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    46. 46. Commercial cloudsCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    47. 47. Three Cloud Models – You Choose. Aggregation Verticalization Virtualization Applicatio Applicatio ns ns Middlewar Middlewar e e Über-cloud Database Database OS OS Server Virtual Infrastructure StorageCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    48. 48. Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    49. 49. Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    50. 50. Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    51. 51. Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    52. 52. Is this a Cloud ?Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    53. 53. Google’s Chrome OSCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    54. 54. Cloud Data CenterCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    55. 55. Google data centerCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    56. 56. The migration path to a cloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    57. 57. Buy “Packaged” Hosted “Software as a Application “Packaged” Service” An application that I An application that I A hosted application buy “off the shelf” and buy “off the shelf” and that I buy from a Bild vs. Buy run myself then run at a hoster vendor Self Hosted Hosted Cloud Platform “Home Built” “Home Built” An application that Build An application that I An application that I I develop myself, develop and run develop myself, but but run in the cloud myself run at a hoster On premises On premises vs. Cloud CloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    58. 58. All acceptable options (trade off) Buy “Packaged” Hosted “Software as a Application “Packaged” Service” An application that I An application that I A hosted buy “off the shelf” and buy “off the shelf” and application that I Bild vs. Buy run myself then run at a hoster buy from a vendor Maximum Control Self Hosted Hosted Cloud Platform “Home Built” “Home Built” An application that Build An application that I An application that I I develop myself, develop and run develop myself, but Maximum run in the cloud but myself run at a hosterEconomy of Scale On premises On premises vs. Cloud CloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    59. 59. Buy “Packaged” Hosted “Software as a ERP Application “Packaged” Service” Issue Tracking “Too costly to run this A hosted pplication An application that I An application that I buy “off the shelf” and myself, butshelf” and buy “off the I’ve made too that I buy from a Bild vs. Buy Email run myself then run at a hoster many customizations” vendor Self Hosted Hosted Cloud Platform HR System “Home Built” “Home Built” An application that Build Molecule Research I develop myself, An application that I An application that I develop and run develop myself, but but run in the cloud Clinical Trial myself run at a hoster On premises On premises vs. Cloud CloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    60. 60. Buy “Packaged” Hosted “Software as a Application “Packaged” ERP Service” Issue Tracking A hosted pplication An application that I An application that I buy “off the shelf” and buy “off the shelf” and that I buy from a Bild vs. Buy Email run myself then run at a hoster vendor “CRM and Email are commodity services – They have no customizations, and it’s cheaper for someone else to run these” Self Hosted Hosted Cloud Platform HR System “Home Built” “Home Built” An application that Build Molecule Research I develop myself, An application that I An application that I develop and run develop myself, but but run in the cloud Clinical Trial myself run at a hoster On premises On premises vs. Cloud CloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    61. 61. Buy “Packaged” Hosted “Software as a Application “Packaged” ERP Service” An application that I An application that I A hosted Tracking Issue pplication buy “off the shelf” and buy “off the shelf” and that I buy from a Bild vs. Buy run myself then run at a hoster Email vendor “I can’t afford to maintain this old HR application Self Hosted written in VB – it’s driving Hosted Cloud Platform HR System “Home Built” me mad!”Built” “Home An application that Build Molecule Research I develop myself, An application that I An application that I develop and run develop myself, but but run in the cloud Clinical Trial myself run at a hoster “…but due to privacy issues, I prefer keeping my On premises HR data on-premises” On premises vs. Cloud CloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    62. 62. Buy “Packaged” Hosted “Software as a Application “Packaged” ERP Service” An application that I An application that I A hosted Tracking Issue pplication buy “off the shelf” and buy “off the shelf” and that I buy from a Bild vs. Buy HR System run myself then run at a hoster Email vendor Self Hosted Hosted Cloud Platform “Home Built” “Home Built” An application that Build Molecule Research “I wish I had access to I develop myself, An application that I An application that I develop and run cheaper myself, but and develop compute but run in the cloud Clinical Trial myself storageatwhen I need it” run a hoster On premises On premises vs. Cloud CloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    63. 63. Buy “Packaged” Hosted “Software as a Application “Packaged” ERP Service” An application that I An application that I A hosted Tracking Issue pplication buy “off the shelf” and buy “off the shelf” and that I buy from a Bild vs. Buy HR System run myself then run at a hoster Email vendor Self Hosted Hosted Cloud Platform “Home Built” “Home Built” An application that Build Molecule Research An application that I An application that I I develop myself, develop and run develop myself, but but run in the cloud Clinical Trial myself run at a hoster On premises On premises vs. Cloud CloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    64. 64. Buy “Packaged” Hosted “Software as a Application “Packaged” ERP Service” An application that I An application that I A hosted Tracking Issue pplication buy “off the shelf” and buy “off the shelf” and that I buy from a Bild vs. Buy HR System run myself then run at a hoster Email vendor Self Hosted Hosted Cloud Platform “Home Built” “Home Built” “THIS is where I want to An application that Build Molecule Research An application that I spend my IT resources – An application that I I develop myself, develop and run develop myself, but but run in the cloud Clinical Trial myself I’m goingat a hoster run to double down on this application!” On premises On premises vs. Cloud CloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    65. 65. Buy “Packaged” Hosted “Software as a Application “Packaged” ERP Service” An application that I An application that I A hosted Tracking Issue pplication buy “off the shelf” and buy “off the shelf” and that I buy from a Bild vs. Buy HR System run myself then run at a hoster Email vendor Self Hosted Hosted Cloud Platform “Home Built” “Home Built” An application that Build Molecule Research An application that I An application that I I develop myself, develop and run develop myself, but but run in the cloud Clinical Trial myself run at a hoster On premises On premises vs. Cloud CloudCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    66. 66. The futureCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    67. 67. Where are we going to ?Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    68. 68.  Source: Daniel Kofman & Yuri Gittik - RADCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    69. 69. 7 thing that make a cloud Flexible and Efficiency Economical (Save)  Money  Time  Energy  Labor  Less investment Environmental (efficent)  Energy  Pollution Simple Reliable Scalable Easy access – 3 screensCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    70. 70. The end ;-) Samuel.dratwa@gmail.comCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    71. 71. • Cloud Computing Provider: Could save energy Capacity Energy Machines Demand Capacity Demand Time Time “Statically provisioned” Real data center data center in the cloud Unused resources 71Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    72. 72. Copyright © 2011 LOGTEL
    73. 73. Grid vs. Cloud Grid Cloud Underlying concept Utility Computing Utility Computing Main benefit Solve computationally Provide a scalable standard complex problems environment for network- centric application development, testing and deployment Resource distribution / Negotiate and manage Simple user <-> provider allocation resource sharing; model; pay-per-use schedulers Domains Multiple domains Single domain Character / history Non-commercial, publicly Commercial fundedCopyright © 2011 LOGTEL 73

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