Outline of the talk• Cloud Computing-The Buzzword..!• What is Cloud Computing?• Evolution Of Cloud Computing.• Features Of Cloud Computing.• Types Of Cloud Computing.• Cloud Deployment Models.• Cloud Providers.• Pros and Cons Of CloudComputing.• Risks in Cloud Computing.• Future Aspects Of CloudComputing.• Conclusion.
!..The Buzzword..!The perfect definition ofCloud Computing is still“cloudy”.Cloud computing is simply abuzzword used to repackagegrid computing and utilitycomputing, both of whichhave existed for decades.
SaaS• Sometimes called as“On demand Software”.Service Providers:• iCloud• Gmail, Hotmail• Salesforce.com
Iaas• Also known as Hardwareas a Service (HaaS).• Client typically pays on aper-use basis.Service Providers:• Amazon Web Services• IBM
Paas• Platforms enableapplication developersto host their services.Service Providers:• Microsoft Azure• Google App Engine
Cloud DeploymentModels• Private Cloud• Public Cloud• Hybrid cloud
Private Cloud• These services are managed and provided with inan organization characterized by less restrictionon bandwidth. Fewer security restrictions andlegal requirements compared to public cloud• Example: HP Data centers
Public Cloud• Services aredelivered to theclient via internetfrom third partyservice provider• Example:AmazonGoogle DriveDrop box
Hybrid cloud• It is a combination of services provided by thePrivate and public cloud• Example:ERP in private cloudSales & Email in public
Risks in CloudComputing• Privileged user access• Regulatory compliance• Data location• Recovery
Future Aspects• Mobile CloudComputing• Social Software• Low-power processorand Green IT• Faster Interconnects• Hybrid CloudComputing
Conclusion• The cloud provides many options for theeveryday computer user as well as large andsmall businesses.• The cloud is a big target for malicious individualsand may have disadvantages because it can beaccessed through an unsecured internetconnection.• It has both pros and cons. We should learn andimplement this technology as this has greatfuture ahead.
References• Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloud_computing• Slide share: http://www.slideshare.net/c-l-o-u-d-c-o-m-p-u-t-i-n-g• IBM: http://www.ibm.com/cloud/developer• What Is:http://whatis.techtarget.com/search/query?q=cloud+computing• Google Search:• http://www.cse.buffalo.edu/~demirbas/publications/maestro.pdf