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Cloud introduction

  1. 1. Discovering Identity and Access Management Solutions Identity and Access Management Introduction
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  3. 3. Disclaimer and Acknowledgments The contents here are created as a own personal endeavor and thus does not reflect any official stance of any Identity and Access Management Vendor on any particular technology
  4. 4. Contact Us On this presentation we’ll talk about some useful topics that you can use no matter which identity and access management solution or product you are working on. If you know one that make a big difference please tell us to include it in the future
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  6. 6. Contact Us On this presentation we’ll talk about some useful topics that you can use no matter which IAM solution or product you are working on If you know one that make a big difference please tell us to include it in the future
  7. 7. What’s Cloud? Cloud computing refers to applications and services that run on a distributed network using virtualized resources and accessed by common Internet protocols and networking standards. It is distinguished by the notion that resources are virtual and limitless and that details of the physical systems on which software runs are abstracted from the user.
  8. 8. What’s Cloud?... Cloud computing is based on five attributes Multitenancy (shared resources) Massive scalability Elasticity Pay as you go Self-provisioning of resources
  9. 9. Concepts Abstraction Cloud computing abstracts the details of system implementation from users and developers. Applications run on physical systems that aren't specified, data is stored in locations that are unknown, administration of systems is outsourced to others, and access by users is ubiquitous Virtualization Cloud computing virtualizes systems by pooling and sharing resources. Systems and storage can be provisioned as needed from a centralized infrastructure, costs are assessed on a metered basis, multi-tenancy is enabled, and resources are scalable with agility
  10. 10. Classes of Cloud Based on the deployment model The deployment model tells you where the cloud is located and for what purpose Public, private, community, and hybrid clouds are deployment models Refers to the location and management of the cloud's infrastructure
  11. 11. Classes of Cloud Based on the service model. Service models describe the type of service that the service provider is offering. The best-known service models are Software as a Service Platform as a Service Infrastructure as a Service—the SPI model. The service models build on one another and define what a vendor must manage and what the client's responsibility is
  12. 12. Deployment models Public cloud The public cloud infrastructure is available for public use alternatively for a large industry group and is owned by an organization selling cloud services. Private cloud The private cloud infrastructure is operated for the exclusive use of an organization. The cloud may be managed by that organization or a third party. Private clouds may be either on- or off-premises.
  13. 13. Deployment models Hybrid cloud A hybrid cloud combines multiple clouds (private, community of public) where those clouds retain their unique identities, but are bound together as a unit. A hybrid cloud may offer standardized or proprietary access to data and applications, as well as application portability. Community cloud A community cloud is one where the cloud has been organized to serve a common function or purpose
  14. 14. Service models Infrastructure-As-a-Service Model IaaS provides virtual machines, virtual storage, virtual infrastructure, and other hardware assets as resources that clients can provision The IaaS service provider manages all the infrastructure, while the client is responsible for all other aspects of the deployment This can include the operating system, applications, and user interactions with the system. The Platform-As-a-Service Model PaaS provides virtual machines, operating systems, applications, services, development frameworks, transactions, and control structures. The client can deploy its applications on the cloud infrastructure or use applications that were programmed using languages and tools that are supported by the PaaS service provider.
  15. 15. Service models… The Platform-As-a-Service Model The service provider manages the cloud infrastructure, the operating systems, and the enabling software. The client is responsible for installing and managing the application that it is deploying. Software-As-a-Service Model SaaS is a complete operating environment with applications, management, and the user interface. The application is provided to the client through a thin client interface (a browser, usually), and the customer's responsibility begins and ends with entering and managing its data and user interaction. Everything from the application down to the infrastructure is the vendor's responsibility.
  16. 16. IaaS service providers include Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) Eucalyptus GoGrid FlexiScale Linode RackSpace Cloud Terremark
  17. 17. A PaaS service GoGrid CloudCenter Google AppEngine Windows Azure Platform
  18. 18. SaaS cloud service providers are GoogleApps Oracle On Demand SQL Azure
  19. 19. Cloud Companies Amazon Web Services (IaaS) Google (SaaS, PaaS) Microsoft Azure Services Platform (PaaS) Proofpoint (SaaS, IaaS) RightScale (IaaS) (SaaS, PaaS) Sun Open Cloud Platform Workday (SaaS)
  20. 20. Discovering Identity and Access Management Solutions Allidm Academy