Cloud Computing

Presented By Madhusudan Hirlekar (17) Yogesh Jadhav (19) Jaydeep Krishna(20) Sunita Ghadge (11) Punam Yelke (52)

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Agenda
‡ Evolution of Cloud Computing ‡ Future of IT Infrastructure & Operations ‡ What is Cloud Computing? ‡ Terminologies related to Cloud Computing ‡ Benefits of Cloud Computing ‡ Issues in Cloud Computing ‡ Business Case ² Preferred Group of Hotels ‡ Case Study ‡ Current status of Cloud Computing
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History & Modernization of Infrastructure & Operations : From Silos to Clouds

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Virtualization as a Catalyst

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What is Cloud Computing?
‡ Cloud computing is internet based computing whereby shared resources, software and information are provided to computers and other devices on demand. ‡ In the simplest form cloud computing can be defined as consumer and business products, services, and solutions delivered and consumed in real-time over the internet. ‡ Kind of Sourcing
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Cloud Computing Consists of«
‡ 5 Essential Characteristics 
   

On-demand self-service Broad network access Resource pooling Rapid elasticity Measured Service

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3 Service Models 
Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS)  Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS)  Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

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3 Deployment Models 
Private Cloud  Public Cloud  Hybrid Cloud

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Service Models
‡ Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS)
- The capability provided to the consumer is to use the provider·s applications running on a cloud infrastructure.
~ Example ² Email as Service

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Service Models
‡ Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS)
- The capability provided to the consumer is to deploy onto the cloud infrastructure consumer created or acquired applications created using programming languages and tools supported by the provider.
~ Example ² Motorola 4 application·s on Skytap Servers. 
   Project Management Tracker Web Design Application IT Asset Management Database Microsoft Active Directory Application

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Service Models
‡ Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
± The capability provided to the consumer is to provision processing, storage, networks, and other fundamental computing resources where the consumer is able to deploy and run arbitrary software, which can include operating systems and applications.
~ Example ² British Telecom group (Data Warehousing as a Service)

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Benefits of Cloud Computing
‡ Reduced Hardware equipment for end users ‡ Improved Performance ‡ Lower Hardware and Software Maintenance ‡ Instant Software Updates ‡ Accessibility ‡ Less Expensive ‡ Better Collaboration ‡ Pay for what you use ‡ Scalability
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Issues in Cloud Computing
‡ Privacy ‡ Compliance ‡ Legal ‡ Security ‡ Availability and Performance ‡ Sustainability ‡ Internet Connection ‡ Speed
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Business Case ² Preferred Group of Hotels (Checking into the cloud)

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Brief about Preferred group of hotels
‡ Luxury hotel segment ‡ Founded in 1968 ‡ 185 hotels around the world ‡ Headquarters' : Chicago

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Shrinking Margins
‡ 2007 ² 25% of hotels charging a lower average cost per room ‡ 2009/2010 ² 50% expected to charge a lower average cost per room ‡ Smith travel-agency predicted that; Demand 11% / Year & Supply 2.5% / Year

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IT Infrastructure Up gradation on the cards
‡ Involved up gradation of aging Dell servers ² Capex of Rs. 1 Cr. ‡ Added to that a co-location & bandwidth fees of Rs. 5 Lakh/ month ‡ No disaster recovery set up.

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Cost Benefit Analysis
‡ Cloud hosted server & software service will have following two components: ‡ Rs. 5 Lakh as one time implementation fee ‡ Rs. 8 Lakh / month as a service charge ‡ Terremark worldwide will provide following at the above mentioned cost: ‡ 10 virtual servers (7 Full time & 3 ² To cater to Peak Load) ‡ One set for Production environment & another identical for disaster recovery
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Post Implementation Benefits
‡ Saved Rs. 97 Lakh. ‡ Load balancing of virtual servers takes place automatically in case of hardware problem. ‡ IT staff of ´Preferred Groupµ can focus on other critical areas ‡ Scalability & reliability (Vendor datacenter operations as it·s business) ‡ Performance tuning
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Case Study- UIDs Go The SaaS Way in AP Villages

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Case Study- UIDs Go The SaaS Way in AP Villages
‡ SEDS under CIM system provides Unique ID (UID) to about 150 villages of drought prone Anantpur district, AP. ‡ WOLF Frameworks, is the official support for Social Education and Development Society (SEDS) ‡ >40,000 people·s information is managed ‡ Why ID?

SEDS Operation
‡ SEDS has been serving rural population and under developed community for the past 30 years. ‡ SEDS conducts programmes on women empowerment, education, health, HIV/AIDS awareness and environment restoration ‡ Periodical surveys conducted to track real time population, resource and programme statistics, the channelization of funds/efforts and the resultant success or failure of programmes

Past Scenario
‡ No proper structure of data gathering and analytics. SEDS utilized a standalone database, spreadsheets and paper record for collecting data. ‡ Captured data, of huge size, was brought to central office for manual methods of data analysis. ‡ Time consuming process and error prone results. ‡ Reports and statistics were then posted or emailed to donors and other interested parties sitting in different parts of the globe.

Moving To SaaS
‡ ´With SaaS, I foresaw a technology that could work with dynamic data such as population and resources, capture, analyse and disseminate data" said Manil Joshua, CEO - SEDS. ‡ "All you need is a browser and internet connection," said Sunny Ghosh, CEO - Wolf Frameworks. ‡ SaaS solution captures SEDS data, consolidate data into a central repository and automates data analysis process, presenting reports and charts on different metrics at the click of a button. ‡ Generates UID which helps to locate and track individual data. ‡ The system also brings visibility to SEDS through autoemails, alerts, feedbacks and publishing content on the web.

Benefits
‡ Low cost ± Rs 2lacs inclusive service set ups ‡ Removes the cost of purchasing and maintaining hardware and software. ‡ Faster and accurate data analysis helps SEDS to serve the helpless with better products to improve their livelihood. ‡ Auto-emails of reports and alerts to donors. ‡ Data is ensured to be centered at parent organization simplifying inter-organization collaboration. ‡ SEDS members can gain speedy access to various government schemes such as pension, housing or NREGS due to proof of existence.

Challenges and Concerns
‡ One limitation to the cloud is the experience and Internet accessibility of an NGO·s staff. Companies like WOLF are addressing this problem through collaborative customization, training, and through exploring remote accessibility options for NGO field staff far from an access center.

Future of Cloud Computing
‡ According to analysts at Gartner, a leading IT research and advisory company, "By 2011, early technology adopters will forgo capital expenditures and instead purchase 40 percent of their IT infrastructure as a service.µ Increased high-speed bandwidth makes it practical to locate infrastructure at other sites and still receive the same response times. Enterprises believe that as service-oriented architecture (SOA) becomes common, 'cloud computing' will take off, thus untying applications from specific infrastructure."

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Thank You

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