Cloud Computing Management

BY Ketan K. Kasar Pradnya Y. Kadam
T.E.(Comp)

LTCOE, Navi Mumbai

Under the Guidance of

Mr. Manish Umale Sir
Associate Professor LTCOE, Navi Mumbai.

INDEX y y y y y y y y Introduction Definition of Cloud Computing Why it needed Objective Architecture Management Business Benefits Conclusion .

But introduce in a 1997 by Ramnath Chellappa Next generation to Internet Describes both a platform and a type of application Applications that are extended to be accessible through the Internet Use large data centers and powerful servers that host applications ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ . John McCarthy opined.Introduction ‡ In 1960.

Cloud computing  Anything that involves delivering hosted services over the Internet of virtualized computer resources independent computing  Pool  Location .

Why Cloud Computing needed .

Objective A cloud can  Host a variety of different workloads  Increases profitability by improving resource utilization  Allow workloads to recover from many unavoidable failures  support grid computing by quickly providing servers  Allow enterprises to achieve more efficient use of their IT investments .

Architecture y Service Platform Infrastructure Storage Layers y y y y .

Management y Contract Reservation and scheduling Monitoring y y .

Business Benefits ‡ Most efficient use ‡ Reduces cost ‡ Reduces complexity ‡ Increases responsiveness ‡ Create new applications ‡ Different platforms .

y . SmarterTools is preparing all of our products for potential Cloud compatibility in the future because we have confidence that the incumbent issues will be satisfactorily resolved as this new technology matures.Conclusion y Its can provide tremendous value to companies of any size y It holds a lot of promise and it is likely to be a major influence on hosting and application development.

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