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Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
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  • 1. Cloud Computing Introduction and Awareness
  • 2. Agenda • • • • 2 Key Cloud Concepts Cloud Delivery Models Cloud Architecture Cloud Migration/Operations Considerations
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  • 4. Cloud Business Model Hosted or Outsourced Cloud Value Sourced Internal Service portfolio Value Delivered IT Organization Better business outcomes Accelerate growth Lower costs Mitigate risk Plan Build Run + Source Integrate Manage
  • 5. Key Cloud Concepts Service Provider(s) Service Consumer Cloud Service 5 Attributes that support outcomes “A style of computing where scalable and elastic IT-related capabilities are provided „as-a-service‟ to customers using Internet Technologies” Gartner 1 Service Based Consumer concerns are abstracted from provider concerns through service interfaces 2 Scalable & Elastic Services scale on demand to add or remove resources as needed 3 Shared Services share a pool of resources to build economies of scale 4 Metered By Use Services are tracked with usage metrics to enable multiple payment models 5 Internet Technologies Services are delivered through use of Internet identifiers, formats and protocols
  • 6. Cloud Types Private Cloud • On-Site or Off-Site • Within the firewall • Provides agility and scalability without the risks associated with public cloud. Private Public Cloud • Offsite • Multi-tenant • Applications modernized for cloud External Public
  • 7. Hybrid Computing Environments SELF-SERVICE USER Services Catalog - Infrastructure - Applications - Platform - Industry Orchestrate SECURE BROKER BRIDGE PRIVATE CLOUD 7 BRIDGE VIRTUAL PRIVATE AN D IN DUSTRY CLOUDS PUBLIC CLOUDS
  • 8. Cloud Delivery Methods Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Virtual hardware resource offered as a service 8
  • 9. Cloud Delivery Methods Platform as a Service - Application platform for building and operating applications and services with supporting capabilities (authentication, authorization, session management, transaction integrity, reliability) 9
  • 10. Cloud Delivery Methods Software as a Service -A pre-built application in the cloud with multi-tenancy, pay-as-you-go model and the ability to provision on demand 10
  • 11. Cloud Platform Conceptual Architecture
  • 12. Application Considerations Rearchitect Expose Services Parallelize Cloudburst Application Cloud Strategy PaaS Re-host PRIVATE CLO UD Rewrite SaaS Replace PUBLIC CLO UD Collaborative Applications Data backup/ archive services Prototypes Email Personal Productivity Apps W ebsite Creation & Management Business Apps (CRM, ERP) Data Analysis Storage Capacity on Demand App Dev. & Test Tech. Computing Apps Custom Applications Applications with sensitive data TRADITIO N AL IT Factors • Latency • Workload type • Scaling • Footprint • Compliance
  • 13. Workload Considerations “Growing Fast“ Inactivity Period Usage Average Compute Compute “On and Off “ Time Time Time “Predictable Bursting“ Compute Compute “Unpredictable Bursting“ Average Usage Average Usage Average Usage Time
  • 14. Infrastructure Considerations IT “Islands” Technology Focus Project Based DEDICATED STANDARDIZED Shared, Pooled Infrastructure Resources Increasing levels of Virtualization & Automation Optimization Focus Virtualization Consolidation Services Focus IT/Business Alignment Service Portfolio & Catalog Agility Focus Self-Service Hybrid Sourcing Dynamic, Automated Scalability VIRTUALIZED OPTIMIZED SOA/SOI SERVICE ENABLED AUTOMATION SERVICE SOURCING IT Transformation Minor Application Changes Business T Major Applic
  • 15. Security Considerations Assess, policy/procedures, audit Data Protection & Privacy • Content, Data, & System Modeling • Classification, Location, Use, Access Governance, Risk & Compliance Identity Management Infrastructure Security • Legal Obligations • AAA • Physical & Data Center • Policy Alignment • Federation • Logical Security >= IdM • Provider Viability • • Pen Tests / Hardening • Contract Review Dynamically Provision, Manage & De-provision • Virtualization • Termination or Failure? • Isolation • Infrastructure, Platform & Application • Application Security • Service Levels • Audit/Log/Reporting • Capacity Planning • Business Continuity Backup/Recovery • Audit levels • Application Integration • • PII, Reporting, • • Liability • Encryption Models /Key Management Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems • Endpoints/Devices • Custodial Delineation • Networking Roles and Responsibilities • Business Continuity Incident Response & Escalation Model • Application Support − Accounts, capacity and services − VPN, NAT… • Storage • Application Integration
  • 16. Governance Considerations Balance the demand for IT services with available resources to meet immediate and strategic goals. Supply & Demand Management Establish effective, collaborative relationships with business stakeholders, consumers, and suppliers. IT Strategy Management Align operational and strategic IT investments to business strategies and objectives. Enterprise Architecture Management Business and Relationship Management Establish policies, standards, models and processes for managing IT as an enterprise asset IT Governance for Cloud Understand the drivers of IT costs to allocate appropriate costs to the consumers of IT services. Financial Management Portfolio Management Lifecycle management of infrastructure, applications and services
  • 17. Organization Considerations Sourcing Management • Multi-supplier management • Financial controls • Comparative analysis Service Developers • Service-based dev/test • Data feed integration Capacity Management • Services sourcing planning • Service continuity management 17 Business Management • Demand management • Relationship management •Benefit realization •Sales and marketing Service Management • Service portfolio management • Service governance • Costing/pricing Security Management • Information security management • Sourcing security
  • 18. The Journey to Cloud 1:1 binding workloads: machines Virtualized Infrastructure: improved utilization Automation: lower mgmt cost; eliminate human error Agility: ITas a service; improve response times Value: supply services internally & externally DEDICATED VIRTUALIZED AUTOMATED SERVICE CENTRIC BUSINESS CENTRIC Transformation Internal Cloud Private Cloud Public Cloud

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