Introduction to SDP in The Cloud
Summary
The Cloud SDP
Cloud computing: it is a model for
enabling convenient, on-demand
network access to a shared pool of
configurable computin...
Google, Microsoft offers Web- based
enterprise applications
Amazon launced EC2/S3
Web 2.0 conference
Amazon Web Service (I...
Benefits Of Cloud SDP
Enables innovation
Decreases time to market for new services
Reduces costs
Optimum utilization of re...
A Public Cloud
The cloud infrastructure is
made available to the general
public or a large industry group
and is owned by ...
A Private Cloud
The cloud infrastructure is
operated solely for an
organization. It may be
managed by the organization
or ...
Public Vs. Private Clouds
Benefit Public Private
Illusion of infinite resources on demand
Elimination of up-front commitme...
When To Use Public Clouds?
Operator wants to try out activities like community
collaboration- test the market
Not sure abo...
When To Use Private Clouds?
Strict service level requirements
Mission critical applications
Long term clear strategy for a...
The Path To SDP On Cloud
Move to cloud is inevitable,
it will be a call right from the TOP…
Copyright © 1997-2010 hSenid M...
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  • Stories to relate to them

    Every SDP is not a cloud SDP
  • In a nut shell cloud is,
    Sharing the resources available on a common environment
    Allocation and de-allocation of resources on the network when needed
    Everything that is hosted is not a cloud
    Explain the difference between cloud and data centers

    In summary SDP- enables us to control and create sessions.
    Explain: SOA layer, Enabling layer, 3rd party applications

  • Web 2.0: user generated content came to market
    2010: cloud is mature enough to run telco based application

    Cloud computing is nothing new, in 1965 also centralized computing was there
    Microsoft related things were there during the 1980s
    Internet revolution we see today, birth of virtualization and grid computing
    Service is available on hosted media, and don’t have to use resources, and spend money. Maturity and larger companies use it today and they have seen the benefits of this technology

    Open source convention, where he defines key attributes of a web 2.0 system
    Available for internet users, amazon gave credibility to cloud computing and made it available
    They are moving to business models

    SDP
    Messaging based gateways to enable easy SMS based application development easy
    Boom of current SDP services. Today’s SDP. Every company was defining the term in their way
    They wanted to define in their own way so they can be a part of the SDP,

    Today cloud is doing it
    Merge two huge technologies and get advantages, cloud allows elasticity we can use this with SDP to get more benefits

    There are so many things happening on the cloud, it is time to catch up?...
    Events happened in cloud side and the impact of it for the SDP
  • Enables innovation: application development and deployment is easier, so the operators have the option of allowing thousands of applications (before it was 100s of applications, with Cloud SDP its 1000s of applications)
    Creating applications on web to create applications to mobile

    Decreases time to market for new services: developers will be able to do testing locally and application development time will be lower
    The traditional process of application development (explain):
    Telcos need to find whether it will be really successful, with cloud SDP it shortens this time, and application developers can come up with an application within a weeks time

    Reduces costs: no special hardware is needed to run the applications, and a special team to install and maintain the system is not needed
    Resources

    Optimum utilization of resources: no special resources are needed to run the solution and it helps companies to use the existing resources. Also adding new hardware to support new upgrades will not be needed
    Production system and a test bed system, bringing them to a cloud, u will be able to optimally utilize them, and reallocation of resources
    As a operator u are used to having test bed, production, with cloud u can allocate a small space for testbed (sayanthan)

    Reduces CAPEX: special hardware to run the solution will not be needed. Solution can be accessed through a web browser and special hardware resources will not be needed
    SDP is a expensive, cloud SDPs are not like that, after seeing the full flow, u can slowly allocate resources

    Rental based models: telcos will be able to pay a fixed fee for a month and use it
    Not a licensed based model, u just rent it to get the benefits
  • Cloud infrastructure that is available for general public
    Ex: amazon ec2(iaas), google app engine(paas), force.com(saas)

    User u come in, subscribe from ur credit card and u use it, it’s a pay as u go
  • It is maintained solely for an organization, it can be on premise or of. It is pretty much dedicated to u. can be run and managed by 3rd party but it is only for an organization

    Example: large organization with multi departments and each in a traditional model will have their own servers. In a private cloud u get the computing power but u wont own them
  • Illusion: U l have unlimited resources, practically in a public cloud u will have it, as it is pay as u go, still have it on private clouds but needs a bit of planning.
    Eliminate (operator benefit): U need to do upfront planning, load balance and size

    Less economies of scale, limited demand
    Workload gets distributed
  • Get ur self into cloud services.
  • Its not a IT decision it’s a decision from the board
  • Introduction to SDP on the Cloud Summary

    1. 1. Introduction to SDP in The Cloud Summary The Cloud SDP
    2. 2. Cloud computing: it is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction Service Delivery Platform (SDP): it usually refers to a set of components that provide a service delivery architecture (such as service creation, session control & protocols) for a type of service Source: Peter Mell and Tim Grance Source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ser vice_delivery_platform What Is, Copyright © 1997-2010 hSenid Mobile Solutions (Pvt) Ltd. All rights reserved. www.hSenidMobile.com
    3. 3. Google, Microsoft offers Web- based enterprise applications Amazon launced EC2/S3 Web 2.0 conference Amazon Web Service (IaaS) Salesforce.com (SaaS) Internet gained popularity, virtualization of desktops and servers, grid computing Client server architecture was introduced Idea centralized computing SDP in the past SMS Gateway Everything SDP Source: http://www.slideshare.net/ngyea123/cloud-computing- jason-lannen42810 Source: Alan Quayle 2009 2008 2006 2004 2002 2000 1999 1990 1980 1965 How Did We Get Here? Cloud with SDP SDP on Cloud2010
    4. 4. Benefits Of Cloud SDP Enables innovation Decreases time to market for new services Reduces costs Optimum utilization of resources Reduces CAPEX Rental based models Copyright © 1997-2010 hSenid Mobile Solutions (Pvt) Ltd. All rights reserved. www.hSenidMobile.com
    5. 5. A Public Cloud The cloud infrastructure is made available to the general public or a large industry group and is owned by an organization selling cloud services Source: http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/SNS/cloud- computing/ What Is, Copyright © 1997-2010 hSenid Mobile Solutions (Pvt) Ltd. All rights reserved. www.hSenidMobile.com
    6. 6. A Private Cloud The cloud infrastructure is operated solely for an organization. It may be managed by the organization or a third party and may exist on premise or off premise What Is, Source: http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/SNS/cloud- computing/ Copyright © 1997-2010 hSenid Mobile Solutions (Pvt) Ltd. All rights reserved. www.hSenidMobile.com
    7. 7. Public Vs. Private Clouds Benefit Public Private Illusion of infinite resources on demand Elimination of up-front commitment by users True ‘pay as you go’ on short-term basis Economy of scale Better utilization through workload multiplexing Better utilization and simplifies operations through virtualization Copyright © 1997-2010 hSenid Mobile Solutions (Pvt) Ltd. All rights reserved. www.hSenidMobile.com
    8. 8. When To Use Public Clouds? Operator wants to try out activities like community collaboration- test the market Not sure about the demand pattern from the new applications Cost conscious Copyright © 1997-2010 hSenid Mobile Solutions (Pvt) Ltd. All rights reserved. www.hSenidMobile.com
    9. 9. When To Use Private Clouds? Strict service level requirements Mission critical applications Long term clear strategy for an internal cloud Copyright © 1997-2010 hSenid Mobile Solutions (Pvt) Ltd. All rights reserved. www.hSenidMobile.com
    10. 10. The Path To SDP On Cloud Move to cloud is inevitable, it will be a call right from the TOP… Copyright © 1997-2010 hSenid Mobile Solutions (Pvt) Ltd. All rights reserved. www.hSenidMobile.com

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