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  1. 1. -Raghavi Reddy
  2. 2.  With traditional desktop computing, we run copies of softwareprograms on our own computer. The documents we create arestored on our own pc. Although documents can be accessed from other computers on thenetwork, they can’t be accessed by computers outside the network.This is PC-centric. With cloud computing, the software programs one use aren’t runfrom one’s personal computer, but are rather stored on serversaccessed via the Internet.
  3. 3.  If a computer crashes, the software is still available for others touse. Same goes for the documents one create; they’re stored ona collection of servers accessed via the Internet. Anyone with permission can not only access the documents,but can also edit and collaborate on those documents in realtime. Unlike traditional computing, this cloud computing model isn’tPC-centric, it’s document-centric.
  4. 4.  Key to the definition of cloud computing is the “cloud” itself. Here , thecloud is a large group of interconnected computers. These computers can be personal computers or network servers; theycan be public or private. This cloud of computers extends beyond a single company orenterprise. The applications and data served by the cloud are availableto broad group of users, cross-enterprise and cross-platform. Access is via the Internet. Any authorized user can access these docs andapps from any computer over any Internet connection.
  5. 5. key properties of cloud computing:Cloud Computing Is User Centric :Once as a user are connected to the cloud, whateveris stored there—documents, messages, images, applications, whatever—becomes authorized to the user access them. In addition, not only isthe data, but one can also share it with others. In effect, any device thataccesses your data in the cloud also becomes yours.
  6. 6. Cloud Computing Is Task-Centric:Instead of focusing on the application and what it cando, the focus is on what one need done and how the application can doit for us. Traditional applications—word processing, spreadsheets, email,and so on—are becoming less important than the documents they create.Cloud Computing Is Powerful:Connecting hundreds or thousands of computerstogether in a cloud creates a wealth of computing power impossible witha single desktop PC.
  7. 7. Cloud Computing Is Accessible:Because data is stored in the cloud, users can instantlyretrieve more information from multiple repositories. We are notlimited to a single source of data, as we do with a desktop PC.Cloud Computing Is Intelligent:With all the various data stored on the computers in acloud, data mining and analysis are necessary to access thatinformation in an intelligent manner.
  8. 8. Cloud Computing Is Programmable:Many of the tasks necessary with cloud computingmust be automated. For example, to protect the integrity of the data,information stored on a single computer in the cloud must be replicatedon other computers in the cloud. If that one computer goes offline, thecloud’s programming automatically redistributes that computer’s data to anew computer in the cloud.
  9. 9. How Cloud Computing Works?Sun Microsystems’s slogan is “The network is thecomputer,” and that’s as good as any to describe how cloud computingworks. In essence, a network of computers functions as a singlecomputer to serve data and applications to users over the Internet. Thenetwork exists in the “cloud” of IP addresses that we know as theInternet, offers massive computing power and storage capability, andenables wide scale group collaboration.
  10. 10. Understanding Cloud Architecture:Individual users connect to the cloud from their own personalcomputers or portable devices, over the Internet. To these individual users,the cloud is seen as a single application, device, or document. The hardwarein the cloud (and the operating system that manages the hardwareconnections) is invisible.
  11. 11. It all starts with the front-end interface seen by individual users. This is how usersselect a task or service (either starting an application or opening a document). The user’srequest then gets passed to the system management, which finds the correct resourcesand then calls the system’s appropriate provisioning services.These services carve out the necessary resources in the cloud, launch the appropriateweb application, and either creates or opens the requested document. After the webapplication is launched, the system’s monitoring and metering functions track the usageof the cloud so that resources are apportioned and attributed to the proper user(s).
  12. 12. Understanding Cloud Storage:One of the primary uses of cloud computing is for datastorage. With cloud storage, data is stored on multiple third-party servers,rather than on the dedicated servers used in traditional networked datastorage. When storing data, the user sees a virtual server—that is, it appearsas if the data is stored in a particular place with a specific name.But that place doesn’t exist in reality. It’s just a pseudonymused to reference virtual space carved out of the cloud. In reality, theuser’s data could be stored on any one or more of the computers used tocreate the cloud.
  13. 13. Understanding Cloud Services:Any web-based application or service offered via cloudcomputing is called a cloud service. Cloud services can include anything fromcalendar and contact applications to word processing and presentations.With a cloud service, the application itself is hosted in the cloud.An individual user runs the application over the Internet, typically within aweb browser.The browser accesses the cloud service and an instance of theapplication is opened within the browser window. Once launched, the web-based application operates and behaves like a standard desktop application.
  14. 14. Benefits From Cloud Computing: Collaborators:The ability to share and edit documents in real time between multiple users is one of theprimary benefits of web-based applications; it makes collaborating easy and even fun. Road Warriors:you can access a single version of your document from any location. Cost- Consious users:Another group of users who should gravitate to cloud computing are those who are costconscious. With cloud computing you can save money on both your hardware andsoftware.
  15. 15. Thus cloud computing provide a super-computingpower .This cloud of computers extends beyond a singlecompany or enterprise.The applications and data served by the cloud areavailable to broad group of users, cross-enterprise and cross-platform.