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ALA cloud computing for libraries: an introduction

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ALA cloud computing for libraries: an introduction

  1. 1. CLOUD COMPUTING FOR LIBRARIES: AN INTRODUCTION KRISTA GODFREY MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY KGODFREY@MUN.CA
  2. 2. WHAT IS THE CLOUD?
  3. 3. WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
  4. 4. FROM PROCURING TO MANAGING TECH
  5. 5. FEATURES ▸ ON-DEMAND SELF-SERVICE ▸ BROAD NETWORKING ACCESS ▸ RESOURCE POOLING ▸ RAPID ELASTICITY ▸ MEASURED SERVICE
  6. 6. CLOUD TYPES ▸ PUBLIC ▸ PRIVATE ▸ COMMUNITY ▸ HYBRID
  7. 7. CLOUD VARIATIONS
  8. 8. INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE (IAAS)
  9. 9. PLATFORM AS A SERVICE (PAAS)
  10. 10. SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE (SAAS)
  11. 11. WHAT DRIVES LIBRARIES TO OR FROM THE CLOUD?
  12. 12. OUR PATRONS
  13. 13. GOALS
  14. 14. BUDGET
  15. 15. PERSONNEL
  16. 16. MOBILE DEVICES
  17. 17. POLICIES & REGULATIONS
  18. 18. HOW ARE LIBRARIES USING THE CLOUD?
  19. 19. INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE (IAAS)
  20. 20. PLATFORM AS A SERVICE (PASS)
  21. 21. SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE (SAAS)
  22. 22. LIRARY SERVICES
  23. 23. REFERENCE & INSTRUCTION
  24. 24. MARKETING & OUTREACH
  25. 25. QUESTIONS
  26. 26. BENEFITS FOR LIBRARIES
  27. 27. SHARING
  28. 28. COLLABORATION
  29. 29. SERVICE
  30. 30. ACCESS
  31. 31. COST
  32. 32. SCALABILITY
  33. 33. INNOVATION
  34. 34. DIGITIZATION
  35. 35. ASSESSMENT
  36. 36. GREEN
  37. 37. ISSUES FOR LIBRARIES
  38. 38. CHANGE
  39. 39. SUPPORT
  40. 40. COST
  41. 41. CONTROL
  42. 42. FORCED UPDATES
  43. 43. DATA OWNERSHIP
  44. 44. SECURITY
  45. 45. RELIABILITY
  46. 46. PRIVACY
  47. 47. TEXT DO YOU TRUST YOUR DATA/INFO TO THE CLOUD ▸ A. Yes, I trust my data in the cloud ▸ B. Yes, I put some of my data in the cloud but I don’t really trust it ▸ C. No, I don’t trust the cloud at all
  48. 48. CLOUD CONSIDERATIONS
  49. 49. BUDGET
  50. 50. PERSONNEL
  51. 51. TRAINING & SUPPORT
  52. 52. DIGITAL DIVIDE
  53. 53. BANDWIDTH
  54. 54. SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENTS (SLA)
  55. 55. W H A T H A P P E N S I F T H E R E ’ S A B R E E C H ? W H A T H A P P E N S I F T H E Y F O L D ? W H A T I S T H E U P T I M E ? W H A T S E C U R I T Y I S O F F E R E D ? H O W M A N Y S I M U LTA N E O U S U S E R S ? W H A T A R E Y O U R P E R F O R M A N C E B E N C H M A R K S ? W H A T S U P P O R T I S O F F E R E D ? M A I N T E N A N C E S C H E D U L E S W H A T I S T H E R E S P O N S E T I M E ?
  56. 56. LOCK IN
  57. 57. QUESTIONS
  58. 58. YOU AND THE CLOUD
  59. 59. WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE CLOUD TOOL?
  60. 60. PRODUCTIVITY & STORAGE
  61. 61. COLLABORATION
  62. 62. THE FUTURE OF THE CLOUD IN LIBRARIES
  63. 63. OPEN ARCHITECTURE & SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE (SOA)
  64. 64. ASSESSMENT
  65. 65. DEMAND DRIVEN ACQUISITION (DDA)
  66. 66. LINKED DATA
  67. 67. WEB DRIVEN
  68. 68. BIG DATA
  69. 69. DATA AS A SERVICE
  70. 70. DATA VISUALIZATION
  71. 71. DIGITAL PUBLICATION
  72. 72. DIGITAL PRESERVATION
  73. 73. QUESTIONS? KGODFREY@MUN.CA @WEELIBRARIAN
  74. 74. THANKS!

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