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  • Cloud computing is similar to what the tech industry has been calling "on-demand" or "utility" computing, terms used to describe the ability to tap into computing power on the Web with the same ease as plugging into an electric outlet in your home This makes sense for people who don't want to invest in building their own data centers or don't want to buy all the hardware required to handle "peaks" in demand. You can rely on outside provider to give you servers, storage, and bandwidth as you need it. Cloud computing's appeal is that it can eliminate a company's need for its own data center. It also lets businesses pay for bandwidth on an on-demand basis
  • Dell is also targeting this market. The computer marker supplies products to some of the largest cloud computing providers and Web 2.0 companies, including Facebook , Microsoft, Amazon, and Yahoo ( YHOO ). "We created a whole new business just to build custom products for those customers," Dell CEO Michael Dell says. Microsoft has released online software called Windows Live for photo-sharing, file storage, and other applications served from new data centers. The software giant runs its consumer search and communications services on large cloud computing data centers. Just now, it's launching new cloud services for businesses, including e-mail and collaboration, under the Microsoft Online brand. AT&T Inc. is unveiling a service that provides computer networking and storage services for business customers, making the telecommunications giant the latest company to invest in what is known as "cloud computing." Right now, Google's strategy is to get as many people and companies as possible comfortable using Google Apps. To that end, the company is doing things like providing Google Apps for free to universities. "We're generating millions of users for life," he says. And on Apr. 7, Google ( GOOG ) took the first step toward opening its infrastructure to others. The company's App­Engine will let software developers create new programs and run them on Google's computers. The price will be tough for any rival to match: free.
  • A host of providers including Amazon ( AMZN ), Salesforce.com ( CRM ), IBM ( IBM ), Oracle ( ORCL ), and Microsoft are helping corporate clients use the Internet to tap into everything from extra server space to software that helps manage customer relationships. Assigning these computing tasks to some remote location—rather than, say, a desktop computer, handheld machine, or a company's own servers—is referred to collectively as cloud computing Events like the six-hour outage on July 20 of Amazon's S3 service, designed for developers who want easy access to storage over the Internet A private cloud using IBM's Blue Cloud software and services, which turns a corporate data center into its own cloud. Since a private corporate cloud is blocked off from the Internet with firewalls, it provides a level of security

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  • Cloud Computing Usman Sait A.K. 1DS05IS058 Dept of ISE
  • Cloud Computing
    • A definition refers to any situation in which computing is done in a remote location (out in the clouds), rather than on your desktop or portable device .
    • You tap into that computing power over an Internet connection .
    • " The cloud is a smart, complex, powerful computing system in the sky that people can just plug into. " says Web browser pioneer Marc Andreessen
    Source: http:// www.businessweek.com
    • Early Days:
    • Mainframe
    • The PC Era
    • The Internet & the PC
    • The RISE of the Cloud
  • The Rise of the Cloud 4+ billion phones by 2010 [Source: Nokia] Web 2.0-enabled PCs, TVs, etc. Businesses, from startups to enterprises The capacity of cloud is beyond any one company, it’s a combination of server warehouses spread around the world generating vast processing, storage & power .
  • Cloud Computing Architecture IBM Monitoring v.6 DB2 Provisioning Management Stack Provisioning Manager v.5.1 WebSphere Application Server Monitoring Provisioning Baremetal & Xen VM Open Source Linux with Xen Tivoli Monitoring Agent Virtualized Infrastructure based on Open Source Linux & Xen Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Data Center – System x Apache Cloud architecture extends to the client, where web-browsers/software applications access cloud applications.
  • Cloud Applications Here are just a few Cloud applications you could use at the time of writing. · Google Docs : http://www.google.com/ [Online word processing, spreadsheet, presentations and collaboration software.] · EFAX : http://www.efax.com/ [Faxes and voice mail by e-mail.] · YouTube : http://www.youtube.com/ [Online storage of videos.] · Webex: http://www.webex.com/ [Online meetings.] · YouSendIt : www.yousendit.com [ A digital delivery service 4 large files.] · Gliffy : http://www.gliffy.com/ [Online diagram drawing.] · Yahoo! Calendar : www.yahoo.com. [An online calendar.] · Mozy: http://mozy.com/. [File backup service.] · LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/home [Social networking for business. The business answer to MySpace and FaceBook.] · Picnik: http://www.picnik.com/. [Online photo editing.] · Zamzar: http://www.zamzar.com/ [Online file conversion.] · PBWiki : http://pbwiki.com/. [Online collaboration software.] · Blogger: www.blogger.com. [A service for online publishing – blogs.]
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    • Cloud applications
    • Here are just a few Cloud applications you could use at the time of writing.
    • · Google Docs: http://www.google.com/ Online word processing,
    • spreadsheet, presentations and collaboration software.
    • · EFAX : http://www.efax.com/ Faxes and voice mail by e-mail.
    • · YouTube : /www.youtube.com/ Online storage of videos.
    • · Webex: http://www.webex.com/ Online meetings.
    • · YouSendIt : http://www.yousendit.com/ A digital delivery service for large
    • files.
    • · Gliffy : http://www.gliffy.com/ Online diagram drawing.
    • · Yahoo! Calendar : www.yahoo.com. An online calendar.
    • · Mozy: http://mozy.com/. File backup service.
    • · LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/home Social networking for business.
    • The business answer to MySpace and FaceBook.
    • · Picnik: http://www.picnik.com/. Online photo editing.
    • · Zamzar: http://www.zamzar.com/ Online file conversion.
    • · PBWiki : http://pbwiki.com/. Online collaboration software.
    • · Blogger: www.blogger.com. A service for online publishing – blogs.
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  • IT Budget Allocation, North America (Forrester Feb. 2007) Staff salaries & Hardware Expense dominate the IT Budget Cloud Computing can help reduce that!
  • Real Time Machines
  • Strategies for competing in emerging industries - IBM spend $360 million to build a cloud computing data center - Dell
    • - Google Apps
    • for Free
    • Amazon’s prices
    • start at 20cents
    • Microsoft's
    • mantra is
    • "software plus
    • services"
    • AT&T
    • - Google ally IBM &
    • Salesforce.com
    • HP's purchase
    • of Opsware
  • Article Summary
    • A major shift in the way companies obtain software and computing capacity is under way as more companies tap into Web-based applications
    • Merrill Lynch: 2012 = the annual global market for cloud computing will surge to $95 billion
    • ( Microsoft=$51 bil, Google=$16 bil, Amazon=$14 bil, Yahoo=$7 bil )
    • Security and reliability are big challenges
    • "There's a whole industry emerging,“
    • says Marc Benioff, Salesforce.com's CEO
  • THANK YOU ! Questions ?