Cloud computing for libraries an introduction

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Cloud computing for libraries an introduction

  1. 1. CLOUD COMPUTING FOR LIBRARIESWORKSHOP AN INTRODUCTIONPRESENTER EMAIL KRISTA GODFREY KGODFREY@MUN.CA HTTP://BIT.LY/HBPBCP
  2. 2. WHAT IS THE CLOUD? HTTP://BIT.LY/HBPOX3
  3. 3. Poll:Do you use thecloud?A. Yes, all the timeB. Yes, but I still don’t trust it formy sensitive infoC. No, I don’t trust itD. No, I don’t have a goodenough connection to rely on itE. Not sure HTTP://BIT.LY/HBPPR7
  4. 4. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? HTTP://BIT.LY/VRYFFPMOVE FROM PROCURING & DEPLOYING TO MANAGEMENT & PROVISION
  5. 5. WHAT WAS ONCE HOUSED IN YOUR BUILDING HTTP://BIT.LY/VRUSBX HTTP://BIT.LY/VRUY2UNOW LIVES IN MANY DIFFERENT PLACES
  6. 6. Features* On-demand self-service* Broad network access* Resource pooling* Rapid Elasticity* Measured Service HTTP://BIT.LY/VRUIR6 IMAGE BY HTTP://BIT.LY/HBPPR7
  7. 7. CloudVariations* Infrastructure as a Service(IaaS)* Platform as a Service(PaaS)* Software as a Service(SaaS) HTTP://BIT.LY/HBOHVV
  8. 8. IaaS* Provides access to thehardware but removes costof owning hardware* Still require own expertiseto install/maintainapplications
  9. 9. PaaS*Provides tools and spacefor development* Build, test, deploy web-based apps
  10. 10. SaaS* Provides access tosoftware* Least expertise &customization* Most common
  11. 11. Cloud TypesPublicCommunityPrivateHybrid HTTP://BIT.LY/VVAI1D
  12. 12. ADVANTAGES HTTP://BIT.LY/HBQ26S
  13. 13. AdvantagesCollaboration FlexibilitySecurity ScalabilityReliability CostAccess Green
  14. 14. ISSUES HTTP://BIT.LY/VRVDYS
  15. 15. IssuesReliability/Service DisruptionsPrivacyData ownershipControlLegal Issues
  16. 16. WHAT’S THE FUSS ALL ABOUT? HTTP://BIT.LY/VRVJII
  17. 17. GARTNER TECHNOLOGY TRIGGERS
  18. 18. TO THE CLOUD! HTTP://BIT.LY/HBREHNEVERYONE IS MOVING TO THE CLOUD
  19. 19. LIBRARIES AND THE CLOUD HTTP://BIT.LY/VVZ71U
  20. 20. Poll:Do you thinkyour library isin the cloud?A. YesB. NoC. Not sure HTTP://BIT.LY/VRVVPF
  21. 21. Infrastructure as a Service AMAZON WEB SERVICES: ELASTIC COMPUTE CLOUD (EC2) SIMPLE STORAGE SERVICE (S3)
  22. 22. Platform as a Service GOOGLE APP ENGINE WINDOWS AZURE HEROKU ILS
  23. 23. Software as a ServiceLIBGUIDES TWITTER OPENURL RESOLVERS FLICKR STACKMAP OPACS YOUTUBE ILS E-JOURNAL PORTALS IM DISCOVERY LAYERS CITATION MANAGERS WEBSITES
  24. 24. Advantages of SaaS VENDOR SIDE UPDATES COLLABORATION SCALABILITY SUPPORT
  25. 25. Disadvantages of SaaS SUPPORT FORCED UPDATES CONTROL OF DATA SECURITY RELIABILITY
  26. 26. IMPLICATIONS & CONSIDERATIONS OF MOVING TO THE CLOUD HTTP://BIT.LY/VAOXC0
  27. 27. BUDGET HTTP://BIT.LY/VRWJ02
  28. 28. PERSONNEL HTTP://BIT.LY/VRWPEU
  29. 29. BANDWIDTH HTTP://BIT.LY/VRWSR3
  30. 30. SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENTS (SLA) HTTP://BIT.LY/VRWXUY
  31. 31. WHAT ARE YOUR PERFORMANCE BENCHMARKS? MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES WHAT SUPPORT IS OFFERED? WHAT HAPPENS IF THEY FOLD?WHAT SECURITY IS OFFERED? WHAT IS THE RESPONSE TIME? WHAT HAPPENS IF THERE’S A BREECH? WHAT IS THE UPTIME?WHAT IS THE RESPONSE TIME? HOW MANY SIMULTANEOUS USERS? QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER
  32. 32. LOCK-IN HTTP://BIT.LY/YVRNSG
  33. 33. YOUR USERS AND THE CLOUD HTTP://BIT.LY/VRWNTL
  34. 34. Services DISCOVERY LAYERS EBOOKSIM/CHAT REFERENCE
  35. 35. Instruction in the cloud LIBGUIDES POLL ANYWHERE DROPBOX JING GOOGLE FORMS YOUTUBE CITATION MANAGERS PREZI SLIDESHARE
  36. 36. Marketing/Outreach FACEBOOK YOUTUBE TWITTER
  37. 37. Public Computing LEARNING COMMONS THIN CLIENTS
  38. 38. SupportBRING YOUR OWN DEVICE (BYOD) STAFF TRAINING
  39. 39. YOU AND THE CLOUD HTTP://BIT.LY/VRWWGOPRODUCTIVITY IN THE CLOUD
  40. 40. ProductivityREMEMBER THE MILK GOOGLE DRIVEDOODLE ICLOUDEMAIL MICROSOFT OFFICE 365PREZI SURVEY MONKEYSLIDESHARE GOOGLE CALENDAR
  41. 41. Collaboration GOOGLE DRIVE MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 DROPBOX BOX
  42. 42. Bookmarking DELICIOUS PINBOARD PINTEREST EVERNOTE
  43. 43. MOBILE DEVICES AND THE CLOUD HTTP://BIT.LY/VRX8G3
  44. 44. HTTP://BIT.LY/VVDELE
  45. 45. DIGITAL DIVIDE HTTP://BIT.LY/VRXGW2
  46. 46. HTTP://BIT.LY/OV89GO
  47. 47. CONSIDER ACTUAL NEEDS
  48. 48. PLAY
  49. 49. CONSIDER YOUR DATA
  50. 50. A CLOUDY FORECAST
  51. 51. WHICH WAY TO GO? HTTP://BIT.LY/VVAAPE
  52. 52. HTTP://BIT.LY/VS3QPE
  53. 53. The “desktop” and current operating systems will be quaint metaphors thesame way we look back at 8-track tapes, phones with dials, typewriters, etc. - Alan Levine
  54. 54. We’ll have a huge blow up with terrorismin the cloud and the PC will regain its full glory. - R. Ray Wang
  55. 55. The correct answer is “both”. I do notthink by 2020 people will want to give up the autonomy and control they get by having software and data on their own device, but many of the service that we will expect...will require the power of a cloud supercomputer. - David D. Clark
  56. 56. The cloud will consist of a white part(trusted and checked information), a grey part (question mark) and a black part (crap information: untrusted, unchecked, violent, fraudulent). - Marcel Bullinga
  57. 57. QUESTIONS? HTTP://BIT.LY/WBRLUK KGODFREY@MUN.CAWEELIBRARIAN.COM/BLOG TWITTER: WEELIBRARIAN

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