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This presentation has been presented in Smart Infrastructure and Cities Summit 2012 in Doha - Qatar

This presentation has been presented in Smart Infrastructure and Cities Summit 2012 in Doha - Qatar

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  • 1. Introduction about cloud computing Goals Of Cloud Computing Advantages and Disadvantages of Cloud Computing Final Advice ICT Smart City Components ICT Smart City Solution
  • 2. Cloud computing is simply Cloud computing is about Cloud Computing is a a set of pooled computing putting more of your paradigm in which resources and services Cloud computing is a material out there and less information is permanently delivered over the web. general term for anythingon PCs or servers that a stored in servers on the When you diagram the business runs for itself. that involves delivering internet and cached relationships between all hosted services over the temporarily on clients that Cloud computing refers to the elements it resembles a Internet. include the delivery of on-demand cloud. desktops, entertainment computational resources centers, table through a computer computers, notebooks, wall Cloud computing is InternetCloud computing is a network. computers, handbased development and use computing paradigm in helds, sensors, monitors, et of computer technology. It which tasks are assigned to c represents a paradigm shift a combination of Cloud computing makes from users running apps on connections, software and infrastructure, applications, their standalone, albeit services accessed over a and business processes networked, machines. network. accessible entirely on the internet without breaking Cloud computing refers to the your budget or cloning your on-demand provision of IT department. style of computing where computational resources Personal cloud computing (data, software) via a massively scalable ITmeans having every piece computer network rather Cloud computing is a related capabilities are of data you need for every technology that uses the than from a local computer. provided “as a service” aspect of your life at your internet and central remote using Internet technologies fingertips and ready for servers to maintain data to multiple customers use. and applications.
  • 3. Cloud computing is a general term for anything that involves delivering hosted services over the Internet
  • 4. Platform as a Service (PaaS) Software as a Service (SaaS) Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Cloud Services Model
  • 5. Private Cloud Public Cloud Community Cloud Hybrid Cloud
  • 6. The Goal is to make a dramatic improvement in the : Cost Effective Elastic Provisioning Simplification
  • 7. Low Cost Security Simplification Limitation in Applications Centralization Maintenance Control Virtualization Migrations Self-Service In and Out Pay-As-You-Go Loosing your Data Automation Privacy Green IT Hidden Cost
  • 8. Don’t Be Reactive Do Consider the Cloud Financial Issue Don’t Go It Alone Do Think about Your Architecture Don’t Neglect Governance Do Make Security the Centerpiece of Your Strategy Don’t Forget about Business process Do Start with a Pilot Project Don’t Apply the Cloud to Everything Don’t Forget about Service Management
  • 9. Smart Econom y Smart People Smart ehealth systems Smart meterin g Systems Smart Traffic Systems Smart Logistic Systems Smart Governa nce Smart Waste Manage ment Systems Smart Environ ment Smart Mobility Smart Energy Grids Smart Retail Systems Smart Supply Chains Smart Tourism Systems Smart Living Smart Egovern ment Systems Smart Food Systems Sensors and Smart Devices Devices Connection Facility APP2 Cloud Open Source Platform (PAAS) Dynamic Infrastructure
  • 10. Big Data Big Data Big Data Big Data Big Data
  • 11. URL and Username & Password