Introduction to the cloud

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Paris Georgallis, VP of Platform Operations & IT at RMS, takes a moment to get back to basics and provide us with an introduction to the 'cloud' and how it is evolving.
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Introduction to the cloud

  1. 1. WHY CLOUD?An Introduction to Cloud Computing
  2. 2. Cloud is an evolution of technology1877-1928 1948-1955 1982 - 1999 2000 – 2007 2000 – 2007 1962 - 1963 Music as a Service in the Cloud - now considered the standard
  3. 3. WHAT ISCLOUD?… IT DEPENDS WHOYOU ASK
  4. 4. SHARED ECONOMIES OF COHERENCERESOURCES SCALE CLOUD COMPUTING: THE USE OF CONVERGED, INFRASTRUCTURE, VIRTUALIZED COMPUTING & STORAGE RESOURCES THAT ARE DELIVERED AS A SERVICE OVER A NETWORK
  5. 5. EVOLUTION OF CLOUD COMPUTING Cloud Grid ComputingInflection Point in the late 1990’s early 2000’s Computing •SaaS Internet Boom X86 •Utility •PaaS •IaaS Linux Architecture Computing •Private/Hybrid/ Proliferation of Broadband Mini •PC Revolution Community/Public Commodity HW / SW Compute •Servers Mobile •Dec Vax •Client / Server Virtualization Technologies •HP 3000 •Departmental Open Source •Sun SPARC Computing Mainframe
  6. 6. CLOUDCOMPUTING:EVOLUTION 1979 1980’s Colo 1990’s ASP 2000’s Cloud (ISP (ISP (ISPOF HOSTING ISP 1.0 ISP 2.0 3.0) 4.0) 5.0) Access to the Access to Racks Hosted Dynamic, Internet (dial servers at and (Traditionally Internet up, ISDN, T1) the services designed) optimized Compuserve internet for your applications infrastructure followed by access equipmen on servers for delivering Prodigy which point/dat t at the within the SaaS, PaaS later become a center internet access and IaaS AOL access point/ data services point/dat center a center SaaS – Internet Based applications and services
  7. 7. WHY CLOUD? FASTER TIME ELASTIC TO MARKET"computation may somedaybe organized as a publicutility” - 1960 NO/LOW INTIAL INVESTMENT PAY AS YOU FOCUS ON THE CONSUME BUSINESSJohn McCarthy(SEPTEMBER 4, 1927 – OCTOBER 24, 2011)
  8. 8. DEMAND VARIES OVERTIME• Provisioning for ELASTIC peak leads to under- utilization at other times• Pay by the hour or some other “unit”DEMAND UNKNOWN INADVANCE• For example a web startup may experience a huge surge• Pay as you go requires no/lower upfront commitment
  9. 9. BENEFITS FASTER NO/LOW TIME TO INTIAL MARKET INVESTMENT • Infrastructure available on Nothing to buy demand. A server can be provisioned in less than an hour • Build, test, deploy with out spending cycles on managing infrastructure FOCUS ON PAY AS YOU THE CONSUME BUSINESS Pay for what you consume. Pay Focus on operating the by the “unit” when idle business not the CPU/network unit cost is close infrastructure to $0.00
  10. 10. IMPACT ONBUSINESS AN EXAMPLE: 10,000 30 COMPUTERS MINUTES
  11. 11. CLOUD COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES Technologies Cloud Services Examples Applications Software as a SalesForce, WebEx, Service (SaaS) NetSuite, Office 365, Google AppsDevelopment Platforms Windows Azure, Platform as a (PaaS) – Intuit Partner Support Services Platform, GoogleMulti-Tenant Deployment (Storage, DB, Security) Apps Engine, Paypal Virtualization, Infrastructure AT&T, Verizon, Management and CPU Infrastructure as a Amazon Web Engines (IaaS) Services, Processing Hardware
  12. 12. CLOUD COMPUTING Consume Service Consume Middleware Consume Infrastructure Software as a Service Platform as a Service Infrastructure as a Service (SaaS) (PaaS) (IaaS)• email • Application • Caching• CRM Development • Self PaaS or SaaS• Collaborative • Decision Support • Systems Management• ERP • Web • Networking • Streaming • Storage • Pay Pal
  13. 13. DEPLOYMENT TYPES of Infrastructure Infrastructure Infrastructure AccessibleMODEL CLOUD Managed By Owned By Located and Consumed ByCHARACTERISTICS Public Third Party Third Party Off-Premise Untrusted Provider Provider Private/ Organization Organization On-Premise Community Trusted Third Party Third Party Off-Premise Provider Provider Hybrid Both Both Both On- Trusted & Organization & Organization & Premise & Untrusted Third Party Third Party Off-Premise Provider Provider
  14. 14. CLOUDMODALITIES Compliance Capability 10 9 8 DEDICATED 7 PRIVATE 6 5 FD - Dedicated 4 3 2 Cost Optimization 1 HC - Hybrid 0 Performance Capability Capability SHARED FS - Shared PUBLIC On-Demand Scaling Capability HYBRID

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