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Presentation on

“Cloud Computing’’


Cloud Computing is a term in computer science used specifically to refer to advances in client-server technology that have occurred in the last decade. Cloud computing is a computing paradigm. data and file storage. whereby shared resources. where a large pool of systems are connected in private or public networks. software and information are provided as a service to computers and other devices on-demand.What is Cloud Computing? Cloud Computing: Cloud computing is Internet-based computing. 2 . to provide dynamically scalable infrastructure for application.

“cloud computing utilized by various companies” 3 .

Chellappa who called it a computing paradigm where the boundaries of computing will be determined by economic rationale rather than technical limits. and a number of universities embarked on a large scale cloud computing research project.  In 2007. HP and Microsoft announced an agreement to invest $250 million over the next three years to significantly simplify technology environments via cloud computing. Microsoft extended the concept of SaaS through the development of web services. 2010. 4 . Google.  In the early 2000s.  On January 13.History: In 1997. IBM. the first academic definition was provided by Ramanath K.  The term cloud had already come into commercial use in the early 1990s to refer to large Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) networks.

 Improvement of utilization and efficiency.  Device and Location independence.  Scalability.Key Characteristics:  Cost Reduction. 5 .  Multi-Tendency.  Maintenance.  Sustainability.  Security.

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Architecture: Cloud computing sample architecture Cloud computing architecture 7 .

Hybrid Cloud. 8 .Types Of Visibility: Public Cloud. Private Cloud.

some of the underlying work done that led to cloud computing.Types Of Services: Blue represents. lately called cloud computing. In green. 9 .

Cloud Computing Modeling: SOMF Cloud Computing Model 10 .

 Increased Storage.Cloud Computing Benefits:  Reduced Cost.  Flexibility. 11 .

Regulatory and Compliance Restrictions. Maintenance. Capacity and Performance management. 6. Appropriate clustering and Fail over. 3. System Monitoring. 12 . Disaster recovery. Data Replication. Data Protection. 2. 5. 4. Cloud Computing Challenges:  Data Recovery and Availability:1. Mangement Capabilities.

platforms.  Cloud computing offers real alternatives to IT departments for improved flexibility and lower cost.  The user no longer needs to remember where the data is. from applications to tasks. and its available to user.  Good career opportunities. All that matters is that the data is in the cloud. and infrastructure as a service to IT departments over the “cloud”.Conclusion  Cloud Computing enables a shift from the computer to the user.  Markets are developing for the delivery of software applications. and from isolated data to data that can be accessed from anywhere and shared with anyone. 13 .

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