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Defining the Clouds
for the Enterprise
Presented By,
Ms Ashvini A. Todkar
Components Of cloud
computing
Storage-as-a-Service
Storage-as-a-Service
• Advantages:
 You can expand the amount of disk space available as you
need it and pay only for what you use.
 You do not have to maintain the hardware.
 Provides the disaster recovery system for you, and getting
back deleted files or entire directories is part of the service.
• Disadvantages:
 You are dependent on the Internet as the mechanism to
connect to your storage-as-a-service provider, and if the
network goes down, you lose that connection.
Performance can be an issue.
The cost of the storage-as-a-service provider can be
prohibitive when compared with an on-premise solution.
Database-as-a-Service
Database-as-a-Service
• Benefits:
The ability to avoid hardware and software costs by leveraging
a remote database that you use as you need it and just what
you need to use.
Database maintenance, including backing up and restoring the
database and managing users, can be avoided through the use
of database-as-a-service.
 You can avoid the task of doing upgrades and bug fixes to the
database.
Database-as-a-Service
• Drawbacks:
 There are legal, compliancy, and privacy issues around data,
and in some instances, leveraging remote databases is illegal
and/or not within compliance for some types of data.
 Security can be an issue when using database-as-a-service.
 Many of the interfaces offered by database-as-a-service
providers are proprietary in nature and thus can be difficult to
leverage from applications that need to access the data.
 Offer only a subset of the capabilities found in traditional on-
premise enterprise databases.
Information-as-a-Service
Information-as-a-Service
• the ability to consume any type of remotely hosted
information—stock price information, address validation,
credit reporting, for example—through a well-defined
interface such as an API
• You can leverage a wide variety of Web APIs these days,
including APIs for social networking sites like Twitter and
Facebook, for business statistics, for stock quotes, and the list
goes on.
Process-as-a-Service
Process-as-a-Service
• a remote resource that can bind many resources together,
either hosted within the same cloud computing resource or
remotely, to create business processes .
• Processes are meta-applications that bind many services and
information together to form a business solution.
• Eg. Process “Ship Product”
1. Transmit order to warehouse.
2. Process shipping provider.
3. Price shipping.
4. Turn over to shipping provider.
5. Track shipment.
6. Report to customer.
Application-as-a-Service
• They typically offer:
 A user interface.
Predefined application behaviour.
 Predefined data.
Support for any number of client platforms, since they run
through the browser.
• Eg. Salesforce SFA, office automation applications are indeed
applications-as-a-service as well, including Google Docs,
Gmail, and Google Calendar.
Application-as-a-Service
• Advantages:
 The ability to leverage an enterprise-class application without
having to buy and install enterprise software.
Platform-as-a-Service
• A complete platform, including application development,
interface development, database development, storage, and
testing, delivered through a remotely hosted platform to
subscribers.
• Offer the ability to create enterprise-class applications for use
locally or on demand for a small subscription price or for free.
• Core to the platform-as-a-service notion are a few major
components: design, development, deployment, integration,
storage, and operations.
Platform-as-a-Service..
• Design is the ability to design your application and user
interfaces.
• Development is the ability to design, develop, and test
applications right out of the platform, on demand, using
development tools that are delivered on demand. We have
seen the Salesforce.com Apex language provide these
services, with a few smaller players providing similar
capabilities.
• Deployment is the ability to test, bundle, and deliver the
platform-as-a service–created applications. This means
hosting the applications, typically accessing them visually,
through a browser, or as Web services.
Platform-as-a-Service..
• Integration is the ability to integrate the applications
developed on your platform-as-a-service provider with
software-as-a-service applications or applications that may
exist within your enterprise.
• Storage, the ability to provide persistence for the application,
means an on-demand database or on-demand file storage.
• operations is the ability to run the application over a long
period of time, dealing with backup, restore, exception
handling, and other things that add value to operations.
Integration-as-a-Service
• the ability to deliver a complete integration stack from the
cloud, including interfacing with applications, semantic
mediation, flow control, and integration design.
• Integration engine, on-premise or in the cloud, has to support
some basic functions, including :
 Transformation
Routing
 Interface
 Logging
Integration-as-a-Service..
• Transformation means that you can convert the information
semantics from one system to the information semantics of
another system, so the target system can receive information
in a format it understands.
• Routing means that information is routed to the correct
systems on the basis of predefined logic (called intelligent
routing).
• Interface means that you can connect into the source or target
systems using whatever interface they expose.
• Logging means that you can log all integration activities, such
as messages flowing in and out, as well as other events.
Integration-as-a-Service..
• Advantages:
 You can access pricy integration software functionality for the
price of a rental agreement.
Security-as-a-Service
• Is the ability to deliver core security services remotely over
the Internet.
Management/Goverenance-as-
a-Service
• Is any on-demand service that provides the ability to manage
one or more cloud services, typically simple things such
topology, resource utilization, virtualization, and uptime
management.
• Governance systems, such as the ability to enforce defined
policies on data and services, are becoming available as well.
Testing-as-a-Service
• Is the ability to test local or cloud-delivered systems using
remotely hosted testing software and services.
• Have the ability to test other cloud applications, Web sites,
and internal enterprise systems, and they do not require a
hardware or software footprint within the enterprise.
• Advantage:
 the ability to avoid purchasing test servers and testing
software.
Infrastructure-as-a-Service
• Data centre-as-a-service, or the ability to access computing
resources remotely.
• Anything that can be found in a traditional data centre can be
delivered as an infrastructure-as-a-service.
++ You can access very expensive data centre resources through
a rental arrangement and thus preserve capital for the business.
-- there is typically less granular on-demand expandability of the
resource.

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Defining the Clouds for entriprises.pptx

  • 1. Defining the Clouds for the Enterprise Presented By, Ms Ashvini A. Todkar
  • 4. Storage-as-a-Service • Advantages:  You can expand the amount of disk space available as you need it and pay only for what you use.  You do not have to maintain the hardware.  Provides the disaster recovery system for you, and getting back deleted files or entire directories is part of the service. • Disadvantages:  You are dependent on the Internet as the mechanism to connect to your storage-as-a-service provider, and if the network goes down, you lose that connection. Performance can be an issue. The cost of the storage-as-a-service provider can be prohibitive when compared with an on-premise solution.
  • 6. Database-as-a-Service • Benefits: The ability to avoid hardware and software costs by leveraging a remote database that you use as you need it and just what you need to use. Database maintenance, including backing up and restoring the database and managing users, can be avoided through the use of database-as-a-service.  You can avoid the task of doing upgrades and bug fixes to the database.
  • 7. Database-as-a-Service • Drawbacks:  There are legal, compliancy, and privacy issues around data, and in some instances, leveraging remote databases is illegal and/or not within compliance for some types of data.  Security can be an issue when using database-as-a-service.  Many of the interfaces offered by database-as-a-service providers are proprietary in nature and thus can be difficult to leverage from applications that need to access the data.  Offer only a subset of the capabilities found in traditional on- premise enterprise databases.
  • 9. Information-as-a-Service • the ability to consume any type of remotely hosted information—stock price information, address validation, credit reporting, for example—through a well-defined interface such as an API • You can leverage a wide variety of Web APIs these days, including APIs for social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, for business statistics, for stock quotes, and the list goes on.
  • 11. Process-as-a-Service • a remote resource that can bind many resources together, either hosted within the same cloud computing resource or remotely, to create business processes . • Processes are meta-applications that bind many services and information together to form a business solution. • Eg. Process “Ship Product” 1. Transmit order to warehouse. 2. Process shipping provider. 3. Price shipping. 4. Turn over to shipping provider. 5. Track shipment. 6. Report to customer.
  • 12. Application-as-a-Service • They typically offer:  A user interface. Predefined application behaviour.  Predefined data. Support for any number of client platforms, since they run through the browser. • Eg. Salesforce SFA, office automation applications are indeed applications-as-a-service as well, including Google Docs, Gmail, and Google Calendar.
  • 13. Application-as-a-Service • Advantages:  The ability to leverage an enterprise-class application without having to buy and install enterprise software.
  • 14. Platform-as-a-Service • A complete platform, including application development, interface development, database development, storage, and testing, delivered through a remotely hosted platform to subscribers. • Offer the ability to create enterprise-class applications for use locally or on demand for a small subscription price or for free. • Core to the platform-as-a-service notion are a few major components: design, development, deployment, integration, storage, and operations.
  • 15. Platform-as-a-Service.. • Design is the ability to design your application and user interfaces. • Development is the ability to design, develop, and test applications right out of the platform, on demand, using development tools that are delivered on demand. We have seen the Salesforce.com Apex language provide these services, with a few smaller players providing similar capabilities. • Deployment is the ability to test, bundle, and deliver the platform-as-a service–created applications. This means hosting the applications, typically accessing them visually, through a browser, or as Web services.
  • 16. Platform-as-a-Service.. • Integration is the ability to integrate the applications developed on your platform-as-a-service provider with software-as-a-service applications or applications that may exist within your enterprise. • Storage, the ability to provide persistence for the application, means an on-demand database or on-demand file storage. • operations is the ability to run the application over a long period of time, dealing with backup, restore, exception handling, and other things that add value to operations.
  • 17. Integration-as-a-Service • the ability to deliver a complete integration stack from the cloud, including interfacing with applications, semantic mediation, flow control, and integration design. • Integration engine, on-premise or in the cloud, has to support some basic functions, including :  Transformation Routing  Interface  Logging
  • 18. Integration-as-a-Service.. • Transformation means that you can convert the information semantics from one system to the information semantics of another system, so the target system can receive information in a format it understands. • Routing means that information is routed to the correct systems on the basis of predefined logic (called intelligent routing). • Interface means that you can connect into the source or target systems using whatever interface they expose. • Logging means that you can log all integration activities, such as messages flowing in and out, as well as other events.
  • 19. Integration-as-a-Service.. • Advantages:  You can access pricy integration software functionality for the price of a rental agreement.
  • 20. Security-as-a-Service • Is the ability to deliver core security services remotely over the Internet.
  • 21. Management/Goverenance-as- a-Service • Is any on-demand service that provides the ability to manage one or more cloud services, typically simple things such topology, resource utilization, virtualization, and uptime management. • Governance systems, such as the ability to enforce defined policies on data and services, are becoming available as well.
  • 22. Testing-as-a-Service • Is the ability to test local or cloud-delivered systems using remotely hosted testing software and services. • Have the ability to test other cloud applications, Web sites, and internal enterprise systems, and they do not require a hardware or software footprint within the enterprise. • Advantage:  the ability to avoid purchasing test servers and testing software.
  • 23. Infrastructure-as-a-Service • Data centre-as-a-service, or the ability to access computing resources remotely. • Anything that can be found in a traditional data centre can be delivered as an infrastructure-as-a-service. ++ You can access very expensive data centre resources through a rental arrangement and thus preserve capital for the business. -- there is typically less granular on-demand expandability of the resource.