Cloud Computing Architecture

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  • From the initial days of offering basic internet connectivity to offering software as a service, the ISPs have come a long way. ISP 1.0 was all about providing internet access to their customers. ISP 2.0 was the phase where ISPs offered hosting capabilities. The next step was co-location through which the ISPs started leasing out the rack space and bandwidth. By this, companies could host their servers running custom, Line of Business (LoB) applications that could be accessed over the web by its employees, trading partners and customers. ISP 3.0 was offering applications on subscription resulting in the Application Service Provider (ASP) model. The latest Software as a Service or SaaS, is a mature ASP model. The next logical step for ISPs would to embrace the Cloud. Web Services made the web programmable. They enabled the developers to look at the internet a class library or an object model. Protocols like Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), Representational State Transfer (REST), JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) and Plain Old XML (POX) fueled the growth of APIs on the web. Today every popular search engine, social networking site and syndication portal has APIs offered to developers.
  • From the initial days of offering basic internet connectivity to offering software as a service, the ISPs have come a long way. ISP 1.0 was all about providing internet access to their customers. ISP 2.0 was the phase where ISPs offered hosting capabilities. The next step was co-location through which the ISPs started leasing out the rack space and bandwidth. By this, companies could host their servers running custom, Line of Business (LoB) applications that could be accessed over the web by its employees, trading partners and customers. ISP 3.0 was offering applications on subscription resulting in the Application Service Provider (ASP) model. ISP 4.0 The latest Software as a Service or SaaS, is a mature ASP model. ISP 5.0 The next logical step for ISPs would to embrace the Cloud.
  • Through Virtualization, the data center infrastructure can be consolidated from hundreds of servers to just tens of servers. All the physical server roles like Web Servers, Database Servers and Messaging Servers run as virtualized instances. This results in lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and brings substantial savings on the power bills and reduced cost of cooling equipment. Though the evolution of ISP, programmable web and virtualization are independent trends, they contribute to the evolution of Cloud Computing.
  • Cloud Computing Architecture

    1. 1. Cloud ComputingArchitecture <br />For the cloud, we're all in<br />Vasu Jain | vasu.jain@live.in<br />Microsoft Most Valuable Professional<br />
    2. 2. Major implementations of the Cloud Computing using Microsoft Windows Azure Platform<br />Key Concepts & Terminologies of Cloud Computing in simple terms. <br />
    3. 3. Major Implementations of the Cloud Computing <br />
    4. 4. Evolution of Cloud Computing <br />Evolution of ISP <br />Programmable Web <br />ISP 5.0 Cloud : Dynamic Internet Optimized infrastructure for hosting your applications<br />ISP 1.0 Provided access to Internet<br />Web Services made web programmable<br />Protocols like SOAP, REST, JSON, POX fueled the growth of APIs<br />ISP 2.0 Access to Servers @ Internet Access Points<br />Enabled developers to look at the internet a class library or an object model <br />ISP 3.0 Racks for your equipment @ Internet Access Pt.<br />Search engines, social networking sites has APIs offered to developers <br />ISP 4.0 Hosted applications on servers at Internet Access Pts.<br />
    5. 5. Analogy from Forrester Researchfor Evolution of ISP<br />
    6. 6. Evolution of Cloud Computing <br />Virtualization <br />Using it data center infrastructure can be consolidated from 100s of servers to just 10s of servers <br />All physical server roles like Web Servers, Database Servers and Msg. Servers run as virtualized instances <br />Results as lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and brings substantial savings on the power bills and cooling equipment. <br />Though Evolution of ISP, Programmable web & Virtualization are independent trends, they contribute to evolutionvofCloud Computing. <br />
    7. 7. Details and Examples of Cloud<br />
    8. 8. Cloud Computing Layers<br />
    9. 9. The Future: an Explosion of Data<br />Archives<br />Experiments<br />Simulations<br />Literature<br />Instruments<br />The Challenge: <br />Enable Discovery.<br /> Deliver the capability<br /> to mine, search and<br /> analyze this data<br /> in near real time.<br />Enhance our Lives<br />Participate in our own heath <br />care. Augment experience <br />with deeper understanding. <br />Petabytes<br />Doubling every <br />2 years<br />
    10. 10. Private Cloud vs. Public Cloud<br />
    11. 11. Unified Communications And Collaboration<br />Business Intelligence<br />Enterprise Content Management<br />Website and Security Framework<br />Business Data Catalog<br />Open XML File Formats<br />Extensible UI<br />Workflow<br />Search<br />Secured, Well-Managed Infrastructure<br />
    12. 12. “Everything as a Service” Delivered by Cloud<br />
    13. 13. Cloud Computing Defined<br />Unified Communications And Collaboration<br />Business Intelligence<br />Enterprise Content Management<br />Website and Security Framework<br />Business Data Catalog<br />Open XML File Formats<br />Extensible UI<br />Workflow<br />Search<br />Secured, Well-Managed Infrastructure<br />
    14. 14. Benefits of Secure Cloud ComputingStakeholder Views and Solution Aspects<br />Unified Communications And Collaboration<br />Business Intelligence<br />Enterprise Content Management<br />Website and Security Framework<br />Business Data Catalog<br />Open XML File Formats<br />Extensible UI<br />Workflow<br />Search<br />Secured, Well-Managed Infrastructure<br />
    15. 15. Contact Me: <br />I blog at : www.WindowsVJ.comI Tweet at : @vasujainI read Mails at: vasu@windowsvj.com<br />
    16. 16. Thank You<br />

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