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Cloud Computing ReferenceArchitecture from NIST & IBM               General Discussion               Richard Kuo, Professi...
Why Reference Architecture• Articulate the domain and concepts• Provide a common vision, understanding, taxonomy  among or...
Intent• Share study notes and exchange ideas.• References:      – Special Publication 500-292, NIST Cloud Computing       ...
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Cloud Computingfrom NIST SP800-145, September 2011• Cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous,  convenient, on-de...
Cloud Computing Model                              (from NIST SP800-145, September 2011)Essential Characteristics:        ...
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Main Characteristics• Roles      – Cloud Service Consumer, Cloud Service Provider, and Cloud Service Creator.• Tools      ...
Business-Process as a Service (BPaaS)• Business process services are any business process  (horizontal or vertical) delive...
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Cloud computing reference architecture from nist and ibm

  1. 1. Cloud Computing ReferenceArchitecture from NIST & IBM General Discussion Richard Kuo, Professional-Technical Architect, Cloud Realization, New Technology Product Development Engineering
  2. 2. Why Reference Architecture• Articulate the domain and concepts• Provide a common vision, understanding, taxonomy among organizations• Effectively reduce complexity and speed up the development of new products, product lines and portfolio• Provide a guideline for inter-operability and standards• Model the functions and services of implementation systems• Capture and share patterns and best practices4/17/2012 Creative Common BY-NC-SA 2
  3. 3. Intent• Share study notes and exchange ideas.• References: – Special Publication 500-292, NIST Cloud Computing Reference Architecture, Fang Liu, Jin Tong, Jian Mao, Robert Bohn, John Messina, Lee Badger and Dawn Leaf. – Introduction and Architecture Overview, IBM Cloud Computing Reference Architecture 2.0, Michael Behrendt, Bernard Glasner, Petra Kopp, Robert Dieckmann, Gerd Breiter, Stefan Pappe, Heather Kreger, Ali Arsanjani4/17/2012 Creative Common BY-NC-SA 3
  4. 4. Cloud Computing Reference Architecture NIST4/17/2012 Creative Common BY-NC-SA 4
  5. 5. Cloud Computingfrom NIST SP800-145, September 2011• Cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.4/17/2012 Creative Common BY-NC-SA 5
  6. 6. Cloud Computing Model (from NIST SP800-145, September 2011)Essential Characteristics: Service Models: • On-demand self-service. • Software as Service (SaaS). • Broad network access. • Platform as a Service (PaaS). • Resource pooling. • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) • Rapid elasticity. Deployment Models: • Measured service. • Private cloud. • Community cloud • Public cloud. • Hybrid cloud.4/17/2012 Creative Common BY-NC-SA 6
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  16. 16. Cloud Computing Reference Architecture IBM4/17/2012 Creative Common BY-NC-SA 16
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  18. 18. Main Characteristics• Roles – Cloud Service Consumer, Cloud Service Provider, and Cloud Service Creator.• Tools – Integration Tools, – In-house IT (infrastructure, middleware, applications, business processes, service management), – Service Creation Tools • Service Management Development Tools • Software Development Tools • Image Creation Tools• Common Cloud Management Platform – BSS and OSS• Portals – Service Consumer Portal, Service Developer Portal, and Service Provider Portal.4/17/2012 Creative Common BY-NC-SA 18
  19. 19. Business-Process as a Service (BPaaS)• Business process services are any business process (horizontal or vertical) delivered through the Cloud service model (Multi-tenant, self-service provisioning, elastic scaling and usage metering or pricing) via the Internet with access via Web-centric interfaces and exploiting Web-oriented cloud architecture. The BPaaS provider is responsible for the related business function(s).4/17/2012 Creative Common BY-NC-SA 19
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