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Transcript of cloud computing
present by YING HAO(York)
prevalence and revolution
Reasons for enterprise in ICT
give some suggestions
Thanks for your kind listening!
productive improvement and
diversity of business
Cloud Computing is defined as a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources such as applications and storage, that can be rapidly provisioned and released by Cloud and Technology (Australian Information Industry Association, 2012).
shared resources pooling
2. more flexible
3. virtual system
1. save cost
no a constant need for all
choose a vendor and a resource
more wide and cheaper
enterprises are capable for leverage scale to improve asset utilization, lower costs for asset procurement, standardize delivery and processes, and offer labor flexibility that reduces labor support ratios and delivers services from less expensive locations.
without the need for detailed capacity planning.
much easier to backup
have clauses that relate to how much to pay and the responsibilities for both the client and sponsor
(service level agreements)
survey by Trend Micro: 43% security lapse or issue in 2000s
3.transmission of data
key management issues and authentication issues
constant encryption and decryption is more expensive
current encryption less service-level without the need of it being decrypted
malware and DDos
domain name system attacks
access management issues
1. technical prevention
2. measure usage
be adopted by 3 objects
enables a pay-as-you-go manner
organizational policies, service level agreements and cloud insurance.
In the future, cloud computing could become the framework for enterprise Information and Communication Technologies.
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