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Transcript of Cloud Computing
by VOLKAN SEZGİN
WHAT ARE THE
- Utility Computing
- Pay per usage
- Multi Tenancy
* Compute servers
* Storage servers
* Resource Virtualization
* Autonomous systems
* Distributed Infrastructure
Cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.
: any where any time
MAIN FRAME COMPUTING
In phase 1, many users shared powerful mainframes using dummy terminals.
In phase 2, stand-alone PCs became powerful enough to meet the majority of users’ needs.
In phase 3, PCs, laptops, and servers were connected together through local networks to share resources and increase performance.
In phase 4, local networks were connected to other local networks forming a global network such as the Internet to utilize remote applications and resources.
In phase 5, grid computing provided shared computing power and storage through a distributed computing system.
In phase 6, cloud computing further provides shared resources on the Internet in a scalable and simple way.
*National Institute of Standards and Technology
PMP, MCSE, CCNA, MCT
What is Cloud Computing?
It refers to the use of computing power that is located elsewhere in "the cloud" of remote networks
- It is just a name for storing and processing data online.
- For example many of us already use cloud computing when we use internet for storing
Where is my Data?
Your data goes to large data centers in the network, which is company owned or third-party, depending on the type of cloud
Apple has built a 500,000-square-foot data center on its Maiden site
* photos on
* emails on
* videos on