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Presented By, Gayathri.B Priyadarshini.

D PALLAVAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Cloud computing A computing platform for the next generation of Internet.


Business benefits ,outline cloud architecture and its major components. Introduces value of implementing cloud computing, which promises real cost savings and agility to customers. Allows application to be dynamically deployed on to the most suitable infrastructure at run time.

It is a term used to describe both a platform


and type of application.

Provisions, configures, reconfigures and


deprovisions.

Physical machines or Virtual machines.


Advanced clouds.

Cost,Speed and Agility.


Web applications and Web servers. Standard Browsers and Internet Connections.

Basic

Software elements
machine images Database layering

Virtual Create

appliances by

MySQL Software onto an

instance of the OpenSolaris


Operating System and performing Customizations.

Unprecedented Control Objectives to be articulated Principles: Business Alignment Cost optimization Agility Minimize Cost

Resource Allocation Avoids Tight bindings and dependencies Multi-Threading Information Asset Management System Principles: Technology Independence Adherence to standards Loosely coupled interfaces

Utilize information anywhere in the cloud Maximize the distributed capabilities Three services:

SaaS

Example: Gmail Example: Google App Engine Examples: Amazons EC2, GoGrid, AppNexus

Paas

Iaas

SOA implementation Robust security management infrastructure Simplify deployment of grid application services Principles: Adherence to standards Scale capacity and availability to satisfy objectives Virtual dependencies to hardware and software Unified security infrastructure

PRIVATE

CLOUD:

Controlled

by an enterprise Eliminates legal,regulatory and security concerns. Capital,Operational expenditures.


PUBLIC

CLOUD:

Simplify implementation Operational expenditures Resource wastage

HYBRID

CLOUD:

Combines public and private cloud

Federated policy management tool


Federated security Information asset management Unified monitoring system Coordinated provisioning control

Two

levels:
Layer

Hardware
Software

Layer

Hypervisor

supports multiple guests

APPLICATIONS:
Flexibility Scalability

Reduce Runtime And Response Time


Minimize Infrastucture Risk Lower Cost Of Entry Increased Pace Of Innovation

Next generation platforms


Efficient use of IT hardware and software investments Find resources to develop, test and make their innovations available to the user

community business goal

IBM has been using these technologies internally to promote innovations

www.ibm.com/developerworks/ebsphere/zones/ hipods.library.html http://www.nsf.gov/od/oci/reports/atkins.pdf http://www.nsf.gov/od/oci/reports.APXA.pdf ILKAY ALTINTAS, BERTRAM LUDAESCHER, SCOTT KLASKY, MLADEN A. VOUK. Introduction to scientific workflowmanagement and the Kepler system, Tutorial, in Proceedings of the 2006 ACM/IEEE Conference on Supercomputing, Tampa, Florida, TUTORIAL SESSION, Article No. 205, 2006, ISBN:0 7695-2700-0, also given at Supercomputing 2007 by Altintas, Vouk, Klasky, Podhorszki, and Crawl, tutorial session S07, 11 Nov 07.