2. Is there any computer in clouds ?
• Structure similar to ‘Cloud’.
Does performance get affected by rain ?
3. How ?
No fix structure.
Keep changing. Not stationary also.
Creation and Dispersion both occur simultaneously.
• No fix structure.
• Keep changing.
• No. of users & network as part of tech.
• Sometimes may be present & sometimes may not be present.
• Creation and Dispersion both occur simultaneously.
That’s why named as “Cloud”.
Similarly In this technology also -
4. Applications - we use this technology in 2 ways:
Sometimes only ‘Cloud’ is used for ‘Cloud Computing’.
5. Cloud Storage
Is simply storing data & files And Performing
backups to an external location (offsite).
This data is stored in a virtual server not in the
user’s actual device.
Online file storage centre.
Amazon Cloud Drive
Easy to scale up & scale down.
physically it’s not easy & also not economically favourable.
No worry to lose data
Multiple backups are kept in different parts of the world.
It’s cloud provider’s responsibility to secure your data.
7. Cloud Computing
Is running Applications through a virtual desktop over a secure internet
Playing High End games
You don’t need a high end computer , just need a good
Online video editing
Online file converter
Running any application online
without having the whole application in your system.
8. Cloud Computing
Provides on demand service.
Use it when you need it.
Are used by multiple clients.
Upscaling & down scaling is very easy.
In other words..
A model for managing, storing and processing data online via the internet.
10. Software as a Service (SaaS)
Don’t need to install software on your PC(Generally).
Accessible from Web browser or
lightweight client applications.
Computing resources are managed by vendors.
network, servers, operating systems, storage.. etc
Available for multiple end users.
End Customers uses SAAS regularly.
Examples- Gmail , Google Doc, Google Drive, MS office 365 ..etc.
11. Software as a Service (SaaS)
Universally accessible from any platform.
You can work from anywhere.
Excellent for collaborative working.
Internet performance may affect overall performance.
12. Platform as a Service (PaaS)
Made up of a Programming language execution environment, An
operating system, A Web browser and A Database.
These encapsulate the environment where users can build their
programs without worrying of underlying in infrastructure.
Data & Applications are managed by users.
All others resources are managed by the vendor.
Developers are Regular users of PAAS.
Examples- Google app engine, Windows Azure, Amazon Web Services
13. Platform as a Service (PaaS)
Cost effective & Rapid Development.
Faster market for Developers.
Easy deployment of web applications.
Private & public deployment is possible.
Developers are limited to the provider’s language & tools.
Migration issues –Such as the risk of vendor lock-in.
14. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
offers the computing architecture, infrastructure, all computing resources
but in a virtual environment . So that multiple users can access them.
Data storage, virtualization, servers & networking are managed by vendors.
Users are responsible for handling other resources like Data, Runtime &
Sys Admins Uses IAAS.
Examples- Amazon EC2, Go Grid, Rackspace Cloud Servers... Etc.
15. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
The Cloud provide the infrastructure.
Enhanced scalability– Dynamic workloads are supported.
Network & Delays.
16. Future of Cloud Technology & It’s effect
The software will be separated from the hardware.
Clouds will make people richer.
Data security field will grow with it.
Many changes that we can’t imagine now…