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Cloud Computing 101 Workshop issue 1

  1. 1. Alan Quayle Business and Service Development: Workshop Outline Cloud Computing 101 Topics Include Comparing and contrasting the available delivery models of cloud computing Evaluating the benefits of cloud products, including Salesforce.com, Microsoft Azure, Google, and Amazon Understanding the underlying technologies of Data Centers and Virtualization Understanding the role of operators and web service providers Deploying Software as a Service (SaaS) to optimize productivity and collaboration Deploying Platform as a Service (PaaS) to streamline application deployment Examining the cost benefits of deploying Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Understanding implementation issues across security, compliance and business continuity Integrating multivendor cloud products and services Focusing on the first two steps, initial business case and pilot project Course BenefitsAs cloud computing becomes a viable IT solution, increasing numbers of organizations areevaluating how they can benefit from cloud computing technologies. This workshop presentsan overview of Cloud computing, aimed at providing attendees with a solid understanding ofboth the technology and the market, to be able to understand and position the offers available,and understand the implementation issues required for their specific situation.Please note this is an independent course given by an independent speaker, there is no vendorbias. Who Should AttendAnyone interested in evaluating cloud computing technologies. No prior background with cloudcomputing is required. Workshop Delivery OptionsAvailable in two versions: 1 day summary workshop, or a full 2 day workshop.  2011 Alan Quayle Business and Service Development
  2. 2. Alan Quayle Business and Service Development: Workshop Outline Program OutlineCloud computing Introduction  Defining cloud computing  Definitions: IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service), SaaS (Software as a Service), BPaaS (Business Process as a Service)  The benefits of cloud computing  Cloud computing components  Suppliers and market size  Types of clouds: public, private, hybrid, community  Cloud trends and vendor solutions  Emerging standards and regulationsUnderstanding the Components: Data Center History and Economics  History and the drive for efficiency and availability  Changes and pressures on DC – drive for DC management  Capex and opex DC costs  DC economics drives cloud computingUnderstanding the Components: Data Center Types and Comparison to Google’s Data Center  Reviewing the 3 types of DC (Data Center)  DC Environment  Internet DC Architecture  Enterprise DC Legacy / Current  Google perimeter and DC Overview  ComparisonUnderstanding the Components: Virtualization Technology  Understanding the role of Virtualization in terms of Commercial or technology  The life cycle of Virtualization’s components and key technology  Technology Hotspot analysis of VirtualizationUnderstanding the Components: Customer needs and Virtualization  Analyze the pain points and key requirements (reduce the cost through servers consolidation; Dynamic scheduling to save energy; Increase the efficiency of management, etc...) in Virtualization  Analyze the opinion of customers in Virtualization, like usage, maturity...  The technology trend for customers to choose Virtualization, like VMware, Hyper-v, Xen, KVM...  2011 Alan Quayle Business and Service Development
  3. 3. Alan Quayle Business and Service Development: Workshop OutlineUnderstanding the Components: Virtualization Competitive Analysis  How many main competitors (VMware, Citrix, Microsoft, Oracle, Redhat) we have?  What about their business models?  How to win a profit of Virtualization?  Each competitor’s plans to construct their Virtualization platform?  SWOT analysisUnderstand the Internet Companies Drivers in Cloud Computing  Mapping Force, Google and Amazon’s offers  Cloud Economics, definitions, taxonomy and market size  Comparison to total IT market  Cloud Business CaseUnderstanding Web Service Providers Focus on Cloud / DCs  Cloud Hype  Industry requirements  Industry Transition  Data Center Operating System  DC programming models (PaaS)  Example providers, PaaS services and pricing  Deep dive on Force.com, Google App Engine and Microsoft Azure  What it all meansImplementing SaaS  Minimizing administration costs  Improving productivity and collaboration  Replacing capital investments with pay-per-useImplementing IaaS  Leveraging on-demand servers  Eliminating software license costs with preconfigured servers  Migrating existing machine images to the cloud  Cost-effective, scalable and reliable data storage with Amazon Simple Storage Solution (S3)Implementing to minimize risk  Immediate response to market demands  Elastically scaling infrastructure capacity to meet organizational demands  Evaluating operating systems and software with pay-per-use  2011 Alan Quayle Business and Service Development
  4. 4. Alan Quayle Business and Service Development: Workshop OutlineImplementing Security in the cloud  Analyzing security concerns  Maintaining privacy of proprietary data  Achieving acceptable reliability and service-level agreements  Overcoming the risks of public clouds  Scoping the role: SaaS, PaaS, IaaSImplementing Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)  Simulating a private cloud in a public environment  Google secure data connector  Amazon VPC  Industry-standard, VPN-encrypted connectionsImplementing cloud governance  Retaining responsibility for the accuracy of the data  Verifying integrity in stored and transmitted data  Demonstrating due care and due diligence  Supporting electronic discovery  Preserving a chain of evidenceImplementing compliance with government certification and accreditation regulations  HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley and the Data Protection Act  Following standards for auditing information systems  Negotiating third-party provider auditsImplementing business continuity  Avoiding vendor lock-in  Exploiting multiple cloud providers for cross-platform interoperability  Evaluating the impact on employee skill requirementsImplement cloud computing in your organization  Building a business case  Selecting a pilot project  2011 Alan Quayle Business and Service Development
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