Cloud in detail, Don't let anyone outsmart you.

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  • Cloud in detail, Don't let anyone outsmart you.

    1. 1. PRIVATE CLOUDS are typically owned by the respective enterprise and / or leased. Functionalities are not directly exposed to the customer, though in some cases services with cloud enhanced features may be offered – this is similar to (Cloud) Software as a Service from the customer point of view. Example Dropbox.
    2. 2. Enterprises may use cloud functionality from others, respectively offer their own services to users outside of the company. Providing the user with the actual capability to exploit the cloud features for his / her own purposes also allows other enterprises to outsource their services to such cloud providers, thus reducing costs and effort to build up their own infrastructure. As noted in the context of cloud types, the scope of functionalities thereby may differ. Example: Amazon, Google Apps, Windows Azure
    3. 3. Hybrid clouds consist of a mixed employment of private and public cloud infrastructures so as to achieve a maximum of cost reduction through outsourcing whilst maintaining the desired degree of control over e.g. sensitive data by employing local private clouds. There are not many hybrid clouds actually in use today, though initial initiatives such as the one by IBM and Juniper already introduce base technologies for their realization
    4. 4. Elasticity: Adaptability to Amount and size of data supported by an application Number of concurrent users Reliability: to ensure constant operation of the system without disruption no loss of data  no code reset during execution Quality of Service: Specific requirements have to be met Response time Throughput
    5. 5. Agility and adaptability: on-time reaction/adaptation to changes  Require different types of resources  Different quality or different routes Availability :the ability to introduce redundancy for services and data so failures can be masked transparently Replication of data Distribution of data to achieve load-balancing
    6. 6. Cost reduction is one of the first concerns to build up a cloud system that can adapt to changing consumer behavior and reduce cost for infrastructure maintenance and acquisition Pay per use: A replacement of the pay-upfront payment model to an operational expense incentivizes entrepreneurs to more innovative solutions. Improved time to market: Clouds can support this by providing infrastructures, potentially dedicated to specific use cases that take over essential capabilities to support easy provisioning and thus reduce time to market.
    7. 7. Return of investment (ROI):Employing a cloud system must ensure that the cost and effort vested into it is outweighed by its benefits to be commercially viable “Going Green” is relevant not only to reduce additional costs of energy consumption, but also to reduce the carbon footprint. Whilst carbon emission by individual machines can be quite well estimated, this information is actually taken little into consideration when scaling systems up.
    8. 8.  Virtualization: Ease of use: through hiding the complexity of the infrastructure (including management, configuration etc.) virtualization can make it easier for the user to develop new applications, as well as reduces the overhead for controlling the system. Infrastructure independency: in principle, virtualization allows for higher interoperability by making the code platform independent. Flexibility and Adaptability: by exposing a virtual execution environment, the underlying infrastructure can change more flexible according to different conditions and requirements (assigning more resources, etc.). Location independence: services can be accessed independent of the physical location of the user and the resource.
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