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Distributed computing Means Many Different Things To Different People. What do we mean by cloud? ... An open, web scale worldwide testbed for distributed computing examination ...

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Cloud Concepts Rick Fleming HP Federal Practice Lead February 2009

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The Third Generation achieve The Cloud virtualized administrations The Web data & e-trade The Internet "A pool of dreamy, profoundly adaptable, and oversaw framework fit for facilitating end-client applications and charged by utilization," Forrester availability time 1970 1980 1990 2000 2005 2010 2020 2

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"Everything as a Service" Delivered by the Cloud Business Apps Media sharing Backup Management Apps Search Mobile Services Email Productivity Apps Location-Based Services Social Networking Storage on Demand Platform on Demand Infrastructure on Demand Cloud Computing Means Many Different Things To Different People 3

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What do we mean by cloud? Benefit suppliers Service clients The cloud is a methods by which worldwide class, exceedingly adaptable and adaptable administrations can be conveyed and devoured over the web through an as-required, pay-per-utilize plan of action. What's new? New get to: everything is an administration New capacities: multi-occupant programming New associations: data in setting

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The cloud (r)evolution: taking care of issues that present innovation models can't tackle Service suppliers Service clients New associations Services and information break separated Information significance New abilities Flexible utilization Multi-inhabitant applications New get to EaaS Existing applications and framework Contract-based utilization Technology over the web

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Massive Scale-out and the Cloud 6 17 Decmeber 2008

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Adaptive Infrastructure and Business Technology Optimization empower a mechanized administration environment Business results Business result Technology-empowered administrations Business Technology Optimization Enterprise-class applications Global-class cloud administrations Infrastructure as an administration Adaptive Infrastructure Pooled assets - shared foundation Adaptive Infrastructure Pooled assets - shared foundation Internally facilitated Infrastructure Utility heterogeneous, disseminated plan Infrastructure Utility homogeneous, incorporated outline Externally facilitated

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Cloud Computing Defined What is the Cloud? Applications are progressively "snap to run" benefits that live in remote Internet server farms – not on the PC or nearby server. They scale to millions and utilize shared IT framework. Not all applications will move to the cloud. Nonetheless, we trust that on the edge, new applications, utilization and clients are moving to the cloud. This is a troublesome change, affecting the client encounter, the financial aspects of the IT business, item outline, how organizations go to market, and esteem catch for engineers, wholesalers & accomplices. Cloud Applications On-Demand Applications MIDDLEWARE DATABASE PLATFORMS Cloud Infrastructure COMPUTING STORAGE NETWORK

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Secure Cloud Computing Model Cloud Computing Vision Cloud Services Cloud Management SLA & SYSTEM REPORTING PROXY/GATEWAYS COLLABORATION TEST MANAGEMENT PORTAL WEB SERVER &PORTAL SVCS DIRECTORY SERVICES CROSS DOMAIN SERVICES TEST DATA ACCESS CLOUD ORCHESTRATION & ACCOUNTING BUDGETING & FINANCIAL TOOLS APP DEPLOYMENT SERVICES NETWORK SIMULATION LIVE DATA STREAMS BUSINESS SERVICE MGMT SECURITY EVALUATION SVCS VERSION CONTROL SERVICES RELEASE AND FAILBACK SERVICES USER CONTROLLED BACKUP/ARCHIVE IT SERVICE MGMT SECURITY MGMT Cloud Infrastructure MIDDLEWARE IT OPERATIONS DATABASE PROVISIONING PLATFORMS PROCESSING BACKUP/ARCHIVE STORAGE CONFIGURATION MGMT NETWORK

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Benefits of Secure Cloud Computing Stakeholder Views and Solution Aspects Benefits of Cloud Computing Span the Organization

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Infrastructure conveyance choices: On premises Off premises Mission basic Predictable request High security Legacy/heterogeneous High inner staffing Mission basic Predictable request High security Reduced top ex Reduced inside staffing Dedicated W Non-basic Variable request High security and execution straightforwardness Some institutionalization Non-basic Variable request Lower security and execution straightforwardness Highly institutionalized W Shared W

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The Dynamic Development Environment (DDE) DDE Overview. The Dynamic Development Environment (DDE) is a free establishment benefit for HP-IT groups that gives various improvement situations on request utilizing existing HP administrations and measures. Our model is completely computerized self-benefit environment. An institutionalized advancement environment. A dynamic asset. A way to lessen equipment accumulated "in the event that something goes wrong". For improvement, troubleshoot, and unit test. Based on tried and true servers and SAN. DDE Benefits Reduces number of physical servers required. Diminishes the quantity of working framework cases. Speedier pivot time while provisioning aserver. Sparing of server setups for an application situation.

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OpenCirrus distributed computing research testbed http://www.cloudtestbed.org/An open , web scale worldwide testbed for distributed computing research an instrument for synergistic research center: server farm administration & cloud administrations Resources: Multi-landmass, multi-datacenter, distributed computing framework "Focuses of Excellence" around the world each with 100–400+ hubs and up to ~2PB stockpiling and running a suite of cloud administrations Structure: a free alliance Sponsors: HP Labs, Intel Research, Yahoo! Introductory Partners: UIUC, Singapore IDA, KIT, NSF 13 March 10, 2014 © Hewlett-Packard Company

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