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Definition:


An infrastructure that is used to store and share data
over the internet



Three different types of cloud computing:


Software as a Service


Platform as a Service


Infrastructure as Service

www.Cloudcomputingworld.org

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Concept of Cloud Computing dates back to the
1960’s



J.C.R
Licklider
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Visioned

everyonein

the world
being interconnected, and accessing data from
anywhere



John McCarthy
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idea that computation as a public
Service



1999
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Salesforce.com

introduced.


http://www.computerweekly.com/Articles/2009/06/10/235429/A
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Software as a service


Salesforce


Google Apps



Utility Computing


Storage and virtual Servers



Web services in a cloud


Strike Iron


Google Maps


Credit Card Processing




http://www.infoworld.com/d/cloud
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computing/what
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Platform as a Service


Force.com


Coghead



Managed Service Providers


Security Services



Service Commerce Platforms


Rearden

Commerce


Ariba



Internet Integration



Better Faster Cheaper!!!


Slicing Bread



http://www.infoworld.com/d/cloud
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Online medical records


Phone applications


OnLive (video games)


Cloud computing can increase the ability of
business intelligence through increased data
collection, storage and sharing.


e.g. A small business can use accounting services like
intuit.com instead of staffing an accountant.


The business would also have instant access to
accounting figures.



However, regulation and auditing procedures will
usually lag technology & crime.


With this evolving technology, a single person could
cause an unprecedented negative impact on society.


Access to information anywhere and anytime


You don’t have to maintain infrastructure for
applications


Reduced labor costs


Outsourcing equipment cost


Google’s “green” data centers


Less electricity being used


Reduced power waste


A 5 mile trip = 10,000 Google
searchs


2 facilities using 100% recycled water


http://zenofnptech.org/2008/08/what
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computing.html


Changes in the application happen without your
knowledge or consent.


Your data is not directly in your hands, but in the
hands of a third party.


You are dependent on your internet connection (could
be a major problem if the information is critical)


Compliance risk a.k.a. auditing risk.


Data protection and encryption problems


Lock
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in (hard to transfer from one provider to another
since it would involve a massive level of data
migration)


The technology has not yet matured


http://www.enisa.europa.eu/act/rm/files/deliverables/cloud
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computing
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http://zenofnptech.org/2008/08/what
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1. Salesforce.com is an example of what type of
cloud computing:

a.


Utility Computing

b.


Platform as a service

c.


Software as a Service

d.


Service Commerce Platforms

e.


None of the above



2)

Which is not a service provided by Cloud
Computing


a.


SaaS (software as a service)

b.


PaaS (platform as a service)

c.


IaaS (infrastructure as a service)

d.


VaaS (virtualization as a service)

3)

There are many advantages to Cloud
Computing, which is NOT an example?


a.

Mature compared to other services

b.

Access to information anywhere and anytime

c.

Outsourcing equipment cost

d. Reduced labor costs

e.

All are examples of Cloud Computing



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRi4vPO4DYY&feature=related


http://www.enisa.europa.eu/act/rm/files/deliverables/cloud
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computing
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risk
-
assessment/


http://zenofnptech.org/2008/08/what
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is
-
cloud
-
computing.html


http://www.infoworld.com/d/cloud
-
computing/what
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cloud
-
computing
-
really
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means
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031?page=0%2C1


http://www.infoworld.com/d/cloud
-
computing/what
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cloud
-
computing
-
really
-
means
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031?page=0%2C1


http://www.computerweekly.com/Articles/2009/06/10/235429/A
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history
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of
-
cloud
-
computing.htm


www.Cloudcomputingworld.org


http://www.brighthub.com/environment/green
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computing/articles/44720.aspx#ixzz13WO9mRm4


http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/why_cloud_computing_is_the_fut
ure_of_mobile.phphttp://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/aug
2008/tc2008082_445669.htm


http://www.medical.siemens.com/siemens/en_US/gg_hs_FBAs/files/IT_So
lutions_And_Consulting/CaroMont.pdf


http://web.ebscohost.com/bsi/pdf?vid=2&hid=15&sid=fc79146f
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