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Cloud computing

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CLOUD COMPUTING

Yeshwanth J JNTUH-129 MSIT

WHAT IS THE CLOUD?

IT as a service
CLOUD COMPUTING

Cloud allows access to services without user technical knowledge or control of supporting infrastructure Best described in terms of what happened to mechanical power over 100 yrs ago Now computers are simple devices connected to the larger cloud Data processing, storage and software applications that used to run locally are now being supplied by big central computing stations. They're becoming, in essence, computing utilities.

What is Cloud Computing?

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THE HYPE CLOUD COMPUTING Cluster Computing Cloud Computing Grid Computing 3 .

SERVICE MODELS SaaS Software as a Service PaaS Platform as a Service IaaS Infrastructure as a Service 4 CLOUD COMPUTING .

SaaS Software delivery model Increasingly popular with SMEs  No hardware or software to manage  Service delivered through a browser  CLOUD COMPUTING 5 .

SaaS Advantages Pay per use  Instant Scalability  Security  Reliability  APIs  CLOUD COMPUTING 6 .

com  emailcloud  7 .SaaS Examples CRM  Financial Planning  Human Resources  Word processing  CLOUD COMPUTING Commercial Services: Salesforce.

Platform delivery model Platforms are built upon Infrastructure. which is expensive  Estimating demand is not a science!  Platform management is not fun!  CLOUD COMPUTING PaaS 8 .

Popular services Storage  Database  Scalability  CLOUD COMPUTING PaaS 9 .

Advantages Pay per use  Instant Scalability  Security  Reliability  APIs  CLOUD COMPUTING PaaS 10 .

Examples PaaS Google App Engine  Mosso  AWS: S3  CLOUD COMPUTING 11 .

Computer infrastructure delivery model CLOUD COMPUTING Access to infrastructure stack: Full OS access  Firewalls  Routers  Load balancing  IaaS 12 .

Advantages Pay per use  Instant Scalability  Security  Reliability  APIs  CLOUD COMPUTING IaaS 13 .

Examples Flexiscale  AWS: EC2  CLOUD COMPUTING IaaS 14 .

SaaS Cloud Economics Multi-tenanted  Virtualisation lowers costs by increasing utilisation  Economies of scale afforded by technology  Automated update policy  CLOUD COMPUTING PaaS IaaS 15 .

SaaS Advantages Lower cost of ownership  Reduce infrastructure management responsibility  Almost unlimited storage space  Faster backup and recovery  CLOUD COMPUTING PaaS IaaS 16 .

SaaS Risks Security  Downtime  Access  Dependency  Interoperability  CLOUD COMPUTING PaaS IaaS 17 .

Costs are driven down by delivering appropriate resources only for the time the resources are needed.CONCLUSION  Cloud computing increases profitability by improving resource utilization. 18 . CLOUD COMPUTING  Cloud computing has enabled teams and organizations to streamline lengthy procurement processes.

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