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2009/11/18

2009/11/18
DESIGN IT! Conference 2009
クラウド次代の UI(ユーザインタフェース) の条件
クラウドコンピューティングにおける課題の抽出と解決法

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  • What's interesting [now] is that there is an emergent new model, and you all are here because you are part of that new model. I don't think people have really understood how big this opportunity really is. It starts with the premise that the data services and architecture should be on servers. We call it cloud computing – they should be in a "cloud" somewhere. And that if you have the right kind of browser or the right kind of access, it doesn't matter whether you have a PC or a Mac or a mobile phone or a BlackBerry or what have you – or new devices still to be developed – you can get access to the cloud. There are a number of companies that have benefited from that. Obviously, Google, Yahoo!, eBay, Amazon come to mind. The computation and the data and so forth are in the servers.
  • Low High Instruction Set VM Bytecode VM Framework VM IBM Blue Cloud Y!OS Amazon EC2 Microsoft Azure Google AppEngine Salesforce
  • Network Storage Processing Development Application Business Enterprise Consumer Akamai Acceleration Amazon S3 EC2 SimpleDB AT&T ● ● ● Web Meeting Box.net ● ● ● Google AppEngine AppEngine AppEngine Google Apps Gmail IBM ● Blue Cloud Microsoft ● ● Azure Azure Office Online Hotmail Salesforce Force.com ● ● SAP SAP Library ● ● Sun ● Metro Web-S Metro Web-S Sun SOA Open Office Open Office Terremark ● ● ● Yahoo! Pipes Yahoo!Mail Xcalibre ● ● ● cf. http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=11206
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  • 1. (Status Dashboard ) 2. 24 365 3. OS 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
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  • 1. 2. (Mixi, Amazon, ) 3. (Microsoft,Google ) 4. (DELL) 5. (Facebook) 6. (Yahoo!) 7. (Salesforce, Microsoft)
  • Top 10 O&O (Obstacles & Opportunities) 01 Availability of a Service DDoS
  • Top 10 O&O (Obstacles & Opportunities) 02 Data Lock-in API API ( )
  • Top 10 O&O (Obstacles & Opportunities) 03 Data Confidentiality and Auditability EC2
  • Top 10 O&O (Obstacles & Opportunities) 04 Data Transfer Bottlenecks
  • Top 10 O&O (Obstacles & Opportunities) 05 Performance Unpredictability VM disk I/O, memory I/O VM (Hypervisor) SSD(Solid State Drive)
  • Top 10 O&O (Obstacles & Opportunities) 06 Scalable Storage ( : Twitter)
  • Top 10 O&O (Obstacles & Opportunities) 07 Bugs in Large Scape Distribution Systems VM
  • Top 10 O&O (Obstacles & Opportunities) 08 Scaling Quickly ( :SNS) CPU
  • Top 10 O&O (Obstacles & Opportunities) 09 Reputation Fate Sharing
  • Top 10 O&O (Obstacles & Opportunities) 10 Software Licensing
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  • High Performance Web Site http://stevesouders.com/hpws/rules.php Rule 1 - Make Fewer HTTP Requests Rule 2 - Use a Content Delivery Network Rule 3 - Add an Expires Header Rule 4 - Gzip Components Rule 5 - Put Stylesheets at the Top Rule 6 - Put Scripts at the Bottom Rule 7 - Avoid CSS Expressions Rule 8 - Make JavaScript and CSS External Rule 9 - Reduce DNS Lookups Rule 10 - Minify JavaScript Rule 11 - Avoid Redirects Rule 12 - Remove Duplicate Scripts Rule 13 - Configure ETags Rule 14 - Make AJAX Cacheable
  • 1. 2. 3. NetBook 4. 5.
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  • SEAMLESS
  • 1. 2. 3. 1. ( : Dropbox, Gmail) 4. a) Safari + local database storage (5MB) : SQLite 3 b) Gears (Google Gears) c) Mozilla Prism d) HTML 5 e) Adobe AIR
  • STABLE
  • Status DashBoard
  • 1. (HPC ) 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. (Cisco ) 10.
  • DB
  • Status SLA(Service Level Agreement)
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