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CLOUD COMPUTING

CLOUD COMPUTING. By: Dhruv Seth ds@sethspro.com. What is cloud computing.

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CLOUD COMPUTING

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  1. CLOUD COMPUTING By: Dhruv Seth ds@sethspro.com

  2. What is cloud computing • Cloud computing is a natural evolution of the widespread adoption of virtualization, service oriented architecture and utility computing. Details are abstracted from consumers, who no longer have need for expertise in, or control over, the technology infrastructure "in the cloud" that supports them.It typically involves over-the-Internet provision of dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources.

  3. What is cloud computing Cloud computing is a natural evolution of the widespread adoption of …

  4. What is cloud computing • virtualization • service oriented architecture and • utility computing

  5. What is cloud computing Details are abstracted from consumers, who no longer have …

  6. What is cloud computing • need for expertise in, • or control over, the technology infrastructure.

  7. What is cloud computing It typically involves over-the-Internet provision of dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources.

  8. Let’s Try This Again… What is Cloud computing? The Cloud Your computer Data Center Data Center Data Center

  9. ARE THE CLOUDS (read: “Doubt’s”) CLEARING NOW?

  10. Key features of cloud computing • Pay for what you use • Content Resides on Server(s) • Applications are processed by the server • User Centric (Service on Demand) • E-Waste • Pay for what you use

  11. Examples of Cloud computing apps

  12. We are “virtualizing” computers today Server Virtualization • Servers spend a lot of the time waiting for a command • One server box can have many “services” running on it at the same time Desktop Virtualization • Use Old Desktop Computers • Dumb Terminals or Thin Clients

  13. Google Chrome Laptop

  14. iPad

  15. CONS • Security and Privacy • Internet Connection • Too Many platforms • Geographical Location • Transition time • Speed

  16. The crystal ball • ISP (Internet Service Provider) will sell more than bandwidth • Sell processor speeds and disk storage • Subscription-based • Establishments will move away from the local computer • Less need for the local processing power • Your computing experience will be the same everywhere • Log in gains access to all your files, resources, applications and even the same desktop background • The allocated resources will be the same everywhere, based on your subscriptions/ISP

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