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    • Cloud Computing
      By: Vivek Ravindran
    • Introduction:
      Cloud Computing in general involves delivering hosted services over the Internet.
      The model enables convenient, on‐demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources.
      Services and Resources involve
      • Servers
      • Networks
      • Storage
      • Applications
      The hosted service can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction
    • Cloud Computing Advantages:
      Cloud Computing Offers many advantages -
      • Lower Costs
      • Pay as you go Computing
      • Elasticity and Scalability
      • Service Level Agreements
    • Cloud Computing Framework
    • Cloud Characteristics
      Three distinct characteristics -
      • Sold on Demand - by the minute or the hour
      • Services are Elastic – services as required at given time
      • Service is fully managed by the provider
    • Cloud Computing Vendors
      • The Cloud computing market is very crowded.
      • Few of the major vendors are…
    • Cloud Service Models
      Service Models of Cloud Computing are -
      • Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
      • Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS)
      • Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS)
    • Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
      Infrastructure services provide building blocks that can be moulded to run different application servers, packaged applications, etc., which can be used to host applications.
      Infrastructure Services include -
      • Storage - Provide metered, on‐demand storage of structure or un‐structured data delivered as a service.
      Vendors - Amazon EBS & S3, MossoCloud Files, Nirvanix, VaultscapeStorage
      • Compute - provide metered, on‐demand execution of codes, services or applications delivered as a service.
      Vendors - Amazon EC2, MossoCloud Servers, AppNexus, Terremark, GridLayer
      • Services Management - provide a layer of management of the infrastructure services
      Vendors - IBM, RightScale, Scalr, CloudStatus, Kaavo
    • Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS)
      Platform services offer a ready built infrastructure and application frameworks that can be used for building and running applications.
      Platform Services include -
      • General Purpose - provide development tools for cloud‐capable applications or application fragments.
      Vendors - Force.com, LongJump, Google App Engine, MS Azure Services Platform
      • Business Intelligence - provide business intelligence capabilities as service and can be cloud‐based.
      Vendors - Aster DB, Panaroma, Vertica
      • Integration - provide integration and process orchestration capabilities delivered as a service.
      Vendors - Amazon SQS, HubSpan, Microsoft BizTalk Services
    • Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS)
      Platform Services include -
      • Development & Testing - provide software development life‐cycle management capabilities delivered as a service.
      Vendors - Mercury, LoadStorm, Collabnet
      • Database - provide data management services to application developers delivered as a service.
      Vendors - Google BigTable, Amazon SimpleDB, FathomDB, Microsoft SDS
    • Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS)
      Software services are applications or components that can be used as an end application or used as part of a custom solution
      Software Services include –
      • Billing, Financials, Legal, Human Resources - Aria Systems, OpSource
      • Sales, CRM - Concur, Xero, Workday
      • Desktop Productivity - DirectLaw, Advologix
      • Content Management - Taleo, Workday
      • Backup & Recovery - Xactly, LucidEra, StreetSmarts
      • Document Management - Salesforce.com, NetSuite, LiveOps
      • Collaboration - Box.net, DropBox
      • Social Networks - Ning, Zembly
    • World Wide IT Cloud Services Revenue in 2009
      IDC - September 2009
    • World Wide IT Cloud Services Revenue in 2013
      IDC
    • Cloud Deployment Model
      Private Cloud - The cloud infrastructure is operated solely for an organization.
      Community Cloud - Several organizations have similar requirements and seek to share the cloud infrastructure.
      Public Cloud – Cloud computing through off-site third-party provider
      Hybrid Cloud – Mix of Cloud models. Normally used for archiving and backup functions
    • Thank You!!!
    • Reference
      NIST - http://www.nist.gov/index.html
      LustratusRepama - http://www.lustratusrepama.com
      IDC - http://blogs.sun.com/ralvi/entry/cloud_computing_market_a_42b
      Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_computing
      http://www.cloudcomputingarchitecture.net/
      http://communication.howstuffworks.com/cloud-computing.htm
    • DISCLAIMER
      This report is for the exclusive use of visitors of the vivek.ravindran.com website to whom it is addressed and is not to be circulated to any third party. The report is provided solely for informational purposes and is not to be construed as providing advice, recommendations, endorsements, representations or warranties of any kind whatsoever.
      The report has been prepared from sources and data, which I believe to be reliable, but do not make any representation as to its accuracy or completeness. Any decision or action taken by the recipient based on this report shall be solely and entirely at the risk of the recipient. Opinions and information provided are made as of the date of the report issue and are subject to change without notice.
      This presentation is not intended for general circulation or publication, nor is it to be used, reproduced or distributed in any manner or purpose without the prior written consent of Vivek Ravindran.
      India
      Bangalore, Karnataka
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      Email:vivek.ravindran@hotmail.com
      http://www.vivekravindran.com