Cloud computing_12_03_2012

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CLOUD COMPUTING R. Vijayarajeswaran M.E., (Ph.D.) Managing Director, Micro Cloud Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Chennai. Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies

Study Conducted by Microsoft & Market Intelligence Giant (IDC) : 

Study Conducted by Microsoft & Market Intelligence Giant (IDC) Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies Cloud to Create 2 million (20 Lakhs) Jobs in India by 2015 Cloud Computing will generate some 14 million new jobs worldwide by 2015 India alone will create over 2 million new jobs, Predicts a study commissioned by Microsoft and International Data Corporation (IDC)

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Micro Cloud Technologies Cloud Computing (A Definition) It is a new computing model The resources such as computer hardware, storage, network and software are abstracted Provided as services on the Internet/Ethernet Definition

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All are Remotely accessible There are 3 services # Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) # Platform as a service (PaaS) # Software as a service (SaaS) Micro Cloud Technologies Services

How We Got to Cloud Computing : 

How We Got to Cloud Computing 1960’s 1970’s 1980’s 1990’s 2000’s Centralized Mainframes Decentralized Computing ASPs SAAS Cloud Computing Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies Business Solutions


WORLD WIDE FORECAST Micro Cloud Technologies

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Spending Cloud service will grow 4 times faster than overall IT spending Public cloud spending : 2% in 2010 Going to be 5% in 2015 Micro Cloud Technologies IT Spending

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Micro Cloud Technologies The Hindu Paper

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Micro Cloud Technologies Reshaping IT Market Current Indian Cloud Market : $400 million By 2015 : $4.5 billion Heavy Increase in Private Cloud Installation

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Micro Cloud Technologies The Hindu Paper

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Some success story of cloud implementation for past 10 yrs Micro Cloud Technologies Customers Success Story

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The clinic has reduced hardware, power and cooling costs by more than $100,000 while improving the Performance, Efficiency and Availability of Tier-1 applications. Deployment Environment Hardware: vSphere and vCenter on 3 IBM x3650, dual processor, quad core servers with 34 GB RAM, 2 EqualLogic PS400E, 1 PS3900XV SAN. Virtualized production applications: Microsoft Exchange, Sharepoint and SQL Server, EMR, Digital X-Ray and MRI, Active Directory, Citrix and Terminal Server Micro Cloud Technologies 1. Campbell Clinic

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FTIL adopted vSphere to maximize its existing real estate and infrastructure, achieving 50:1 consolidation ratios while running SAP and Microsoft applications in production environments. Deployment Environment Hardware: ESX 4.0 on two Sun 4600 M2 servers with eight quad-core AMD Opteron 8356 processors and 256GB RAM , NetApp 2050 FC SAN with 99TB of storage. Guest Operating Stems: Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 2003, Microsoft Windows XP. Virtualized Production Applications: Web applications, HR payroll, Customer Relationship Management(CRM), Microsoft SQL Server, Antivirus admin, SAP development, SAP quality, software test and development and ODIN Manager. Micro Cloud Technologies 2. Financial Technologies India Ltd.,

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IT department first adopted Cloud Technology in 2004 Today the university has virtualized approximately 82 percent of its IT environment, with a long-term goal of virtualizing the entire IT infrastructure. Deployment Environment of University. Hardware: Dell PowerEdge R710s , EMC CX380 SAN , EqualLogic iSCSI arrays. Guest Operating Systems: Windows Server 2008 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Virtualized production applications: Microsoft SharePoint, SQL Server, Active Directory, Project Server, Oracle Application Server 10g Micro Cloud Technologies 3. Marshall University

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Cloud technology to run its SAP infrastructure. “VMware first” policy and uses virtual machines as the default when provisioning new server application workloads. Deployment Environment Hardware: ES X 4.0 running on three IBM HS21 blade servers with Intel Xeon processors, Attached to an IBM DS 4700 SAN. Guest Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003 R2 x64 edition. Virtualized production applications: SAP ERP6.0, SQL Server 2005. Micro Cloud Technologies 4. South-western/Great American

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SonicWALL has virtualized 95 percent of its customer facing server infrastructure and ensured the rock-solid reliability its customers demand. Deployment Environment Hardware: Dell 1955 blade servers with 32 GB Ram, EMC SAN (CX300, CX3-80and CX4-240), EM RecoverPoint. Guest Operating Systems: Windows , Linux. Virtualized production applications: SQL, MySQL,Postfix database, MS ActiveDirectory , SharePoint Team Services , Web servers(IIS, Apache, Tomcat,custom), MS Terminal servers, cloud based email spam scanners, Monitoring systems(SolarWinds). Micro Cloud Technologies 5. SonicWALL Inc.

What is Cloud Computing ? : 

What is Cloud Computing ? - the Fifth Generation of Computing (after Mainframe, Personal Computer, Client-Server Computing, and the web) - the biggest thing since the web? Micro Cloud Technologies

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The present Computing Technologies : 

The present Computing Technologies Laptop Desktop Server Server – Client Desktop Cluster of Servers Data center Micro Cloud Technologies

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Typical Configuration of - Laptop, Desktop, - Server, Cluster - Data center Micro Cloud Technologies

Existing Computing (Laptop, Desktop) : 

Existing Computing (Laptop, Desktop) Micro Cloud Technologies Laptop Configuration Intel Core I7 – 740QM, 2.95 GHz DDR 3, 4 GB RAM 500 GB SATA Hard Disk Intel HM57 Chipset Desktop Configuration * INTEL ® CoreTM i7-990X Processor * 3.46 GHz, 6/12 core threads * 12GB (3x4GB) RAM * 500 GB Hard Disk * IntelDH 67BL Motherboard

Existing Computing Solution (Network) : 

Existing Computing Solution (Network) Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies Blade Server

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Micro Cloud Technologies A Data Centre using Cisco UCS

Present Computing - Disadvantages : 

Present Computing - Disadvantages Heat Dissipation Very low utilisation Heavy Hardware Virus, Hard disk Corruption, OS Loading etc., Micro Cloud Technologies

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Also, Individual Desktops are hard-coded combination of OS, applications and user setting. Many IT organizations are looking at - Desktop virtualization - Server virtualization - Network virtualization - Storage virtualization Micro Cloud Technologies

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Virtualised Server Virtualised Desktop Micro Cloud Technologies

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The latest development in - Servers, Cluster of Servers - Data Centers, Virtualization &VM - Ethernet and Internet Speed - Intel VT Enabled - Massive Storage Capacity Micro Cloud Technologies Results in Cloud Computing

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Microprocessor Evaluation * Server Processor Xeon with 10 core Intel will Provide 50 core soon Speed : >3GHz Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies * Massive Server Configuration, * Cluster of Servers * Forcing Virtualization for - Better Utilization of Hardware Resources - New Paradigm Shift in features like VM, Moving VM, SMP Etc.,

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Internet and Ethernet Speed ( 2.5 Gbits / Sec – 10 G Bit & 100 G Bits) for Connecting Server or Data Center to New Kind of Desktops Micro Cloud Technologies


Micro Cloud Technologies VIRTUALIZATION 60% Utilization

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Virtualization Overview Micro Cloud Technologies Before Virtualization: After Virtualization:

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Hosted Architecture Bare-Metal (Hypervisor) Architecture Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies Virtual Infrastructure Management

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Micro Cloud Technologies 72% End-points will be laptops by 2014 CITRIX

Flexible Virtualization Architecture : 

Micro Cloud Technologies Flexible Virtualization Architecture Windows VM Windows VM Control Domain ServiceVM Xen Hypervisor Virtualize physical hardware Virtualized Disk, Network, USB, Graphics and more Selective pass-through Graphics Processor Intel AMT Mix and match Audio USB Disk Net x86 Hardware AMT GPU

Citrix Desktop Virtualization Architecture : 

Citrix Desktop Virtualization Architecture Micro Cloud Technologies

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VMware Virtualization : 

VMware Virtualization Micro Cloud Technologies

VMware Architecture : 

VMware Architecture Micro Cloud Technologies

Virtual SMP : 

Virtual SMP Micro Cloud Technologies

Products of VMware : 

Desktop software: VMware WorkStation VMware Fusion VM Player Server software: VMware ESX VMware ESXi VMware Server Other products VMware vCenter Converter VMware vSphere 5.0  VMware Capacity Planner VMware ACE VMware ThinApp VMware Infrastructure VMware Virtual SMP (Virtual Symmetric Multi-Processing) Products of VMware Micro Cloud Technologies

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VMware View Offline vs. Citrix XenDesktop w/XenClient : 

Micro Cloud Technologies VMware View Offline vs. Citrix XenDesktop w/XenClient VMware Citrix Check in/Check out Assumes primary use is hosted VM in the datacenter with occasional offline Every offline user requires a hosted VM Heavy backend infrastructure leads to poor ROI Limited to running a single VM Based on Legacy emulator technology Local execution with central control Assumes primary use is mobile road warrior with online/offline No hosted VMs required Light backend infrastructure allows for good ROI Runs multiple VMs Based on bare metal technology View Local View VM VM VM vSphere VM VM VM VM Synchronizer XC VM VM Windows

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Micro Cloud Technologies CLOUD MANAGEMENT

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Micro Cloud Technologies Intel’s superior hardware platform for server & Desktop Virtualization

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Virtualization put multiple OS/Server Move running Applications from one server to another without downtime The multiple OS on the server is compute – Intensive (Software Implementation) Significant performance over head It can slow down Application response time Micro Cloud Technologies

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Intel virtualization Technology (Intel VT-x) implements many functions of software virtualization at the silicon level VT – Consists of 3 Technology suites The processor Intel VT-x for Xenon processors Intel VT-I for Itanium processors The chipset VT – d for Direct Info I/O Devices VT-c for connectivity Micro Cloud Technologies


INTEL H/W VIRTUALIZATION Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies * VT – c off loads Network I/O Management * To Dedicated Network Silicon * To reduce the load on VMM and Server processors

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Intel works with VMware Microsoft Citrix (Xen) Parallels And many others In providing better HW virtualization support for their new processor Micro Cloud Technologies

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Gateway based Cloud Computing Micro Cloud Technologies

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SERVER EVOLUTION Micro Cloud Technologies

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Based On latest server Processor - Xeon

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Xeon Processor Micro Cloud Technologies

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Blades A modular design optimized to minimize the use of physical space and energy. Blade servers are a card on the server Each blade is an independent system with its own Memory, Processor and Network connection. Blade enclosure Which can hold multiple blades Provides services such as Power, Cooling, Networking, Various Interconnects and Management. Chassis can accept upto 24 blades BLADE SERVERS Micro Cloud Technologies

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More than 250 blade servers can be placed into a single rack Blade severs have the capacity to serve streaming video and other demanding applications Blade system Blades and the blade enclosure form the Blade system Gartner Dataquest predicts Worldwide server blade shipments increased from 84,410 units in 2002 to more than one million in 2006. The popularity and fast growth of the blade server can be attributed to cost-savings Enclosure Blades BLADE SERVERS Micro Cloud Technologies

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Blade servers allow More processing power Less rack space Simplifying cabling Reducing power consumption Micro Cloud Technologies

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Thousands of Clusters of servers form a “Data Center”

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CISCO BLADE INTERCONNET Micro Cloud Technologies

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PowerEdge M620 Blade Server : 

PowerEdge M620 Blade Server Micro Cloud Technologies

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* Processor - Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 product family * Internal Interconnect: - Intel® QuickPath Interconnect (QPI): 6.4 GT/s; 7.2 GT/s; 8.0 GT/s * Cache: - 2.5MB per core; * Core options: - 2, 4, 6, 8 * Operating System - Microsoft Windows Server® 2008 R2 SP1, x64 (includes Hyper-V™ v2)- SUSE® Linux® Enterprise Server- Red Hat® Enterprise Linux Micro Cloud Technologies

* Virtualization options: - Citrix® XenServer™ - VMware® vSphere™ * Chipset - Intel® C600 * Memory - Up to 768GB2 (24 DIMM Slots): 2GB/4GB/8GB/16GB/32GB DDR3 up to 1600MHz : 

* Virtualization options: - Citrix® XenServer™ - VMware® vSphere™ * Chipset - Intel® C600 * Memory - Up to 768GB2 (24 DIMM Slots): 2GB/4GB/8GB/16GB/32GB DDR3 up to 1600MHz Micro Cloud Technologies

PowerEdge 11G M910 Blade Server : 

PowerEdge 11G M910 Blade Server Micro Cloud Technologies

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Processor - Up to two, eight-core Intel® Xeon® processors 6500 series - Up to four, eight-core Intel® Xeon® processors 7500 series - Up to four, ten-core Intel® Xeon® processors E7-2800, E7-4800 and E7- 8800 product family Micro Cloud Technologies

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Operating System - Microsoft Windows Server 2008 SP2, X86/x64 - Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, x64 - Microsoft Windows HPC Server 2008 - Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server - Redhat Enterprise Linux - Oracle Solaris Micro Cloud Technologies

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Virtualisation Options: - Citrix® XenServer™ - Microsoft® Hyper-V™ through Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 - VMware® vSphere™ 4.1 Micro Cloud Technologies

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Memory Up to 1TB (32 DIMM slots): 1GB/2GB/4GB/8GB/16GB/32GB ECC DDR3 up to 1066MHz Storage 2.5" 6Gbs SAS (10K) : 300GB1, 600GB Micro Cloud Technologies

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Now the server with massive features like - 50 Cores per blade , - 10 Blade / Frame, - 50 Frame / System (25,000 Processor Cores Totally) Micro Cloud Technologies

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* One TB / Blade Memory (50 TB Total RAM) * Have been Virtualized for 90% Utilization - this is the foundation for more growth in features, like what is happening in “Smart Phones” Micro Cloud Technologies

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WHAT ABOUT DESKTOP / LAPTOP Micro Cloud Technologies



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This also needs Virtualization, Since the OS and application is going to run in one of VM at the virtualization Server or Data Center Micro Cloud Technologies

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5 Types of Virtualisation Desktop 1. Desk PC / Laptop Virtualized and Browser can log on the VM at the data center 2. Thin Client 3. Zero Thin Client 4. Gateway (Direct) 5. Smart Phone (in future) Micro Cloud Technologies

Desktop Virtualisation : 

Desktop Virtualisation All IT Organizations are hosting desktops on servers in the Data Centre - Analyst predict 1.7 Billion market in 2014 Micro Cloud Technologies

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THIN CLIENT - Low Hardware (Smaller CPU) - Low Software foot print - Lower RAM - A Embedded board (based on ARM, MIDS, ATOM, OMAP) will be used as thin Client - May run an Embedded OS like “Windows Embedded Standard 7” Micro Cloud Technologies

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ZERO THIN CLIENT - No Local OS or Storage - Relying on a Server for all processing - Includes Input Translation and Graphics Rendering - Nothing but IO Redirectors Micro Cloud Technologies

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SMART PHONES as Virtualized Desktops (IN FUTURE) Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies According to the Intel President Mr Paul Otellini, * Only 10 % of smart phone usage is to calls * The rest is computing

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* The new Intel Atom smart phone processors will features * 8 Megapixel camera (10 pictures in 1 second) 1080p Full HD movie recording with HDMI 14 days of standby battery Features Micro Cloud Technologies


STORAGE With SAN, upto 60 TB Connectable upto 64 Servers, with Fibre Channel of 8 Gbit – Storage Resource available Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies Cloud Computing * Think of it as Internet/Ethernet Computing - Computation done over the internet / Ethernet

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IaaS Infrastructure as a Service PaaS Platform as a Service SaaS Software as a Service Micro Cloud Technologies

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Software as a Service Micro Cloud Technologies “…software that is deployed over the internet. - A provider licenses an application to customers - Either as a service on demand, - Through a subscription, (increasingly) at no charge

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Characteristics of SaaS Micro Cloud Technologies Characteristics of SaaS Include

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Web access to commercial software (traditionally) We provided direct access Software is managed from a central location Software delivered in a “one to many” model Users not required to handle software upgrades and patches Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) allow for integration between Different pieces of software Micro Cloud Technologies

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Software delivery model Increasingly popular with SMEs No hardware or software to manage Service delivered through a browser / ethernet SaaS Micro Cloud Technologies

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Advantages Pay per use Instant Scalability Security Reliability APIs SaaS Micro Cloud Technologies

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Examples CRM Financial Planning Human Resources Word processing Commercial Services: emailcloud SaaS Micro Cloud Technologies

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Ramco Cloud Software CRM Distribution Human Resources Product Service Micro Cloud Technologies

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SaaS : Example softwares : 

SaaS : Example softwares E mail Photo sharing Calendars and contacts Document sharing (like this!) Micro Cloud Technologies

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Platform as a Service Micro Cloud Technologies Platform as a Service (PaaS) - PaaS can be defined as a development Platform for SaaS


EXAMPLE : GOOGLE APP ENGINE Google App Engine is an online platform to host your web application. It virtualizes applications across multiple servers. Micro Cloud Technologies

SugarCRM : 

SugarCRM Commercial Open Source CRM (Customer Relationship Management) An Example for SaaS & PaaS Micro Cloud Technologies

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Infrastructure as a Service Micro Cloud Technologies – Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a way of delivering Cloud Computing infrastructure – servers, storage, network and operating systems as an on-demand service Rather than purchasing

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Characteristics of IaaS Micro Cloud Technologies Resources are distributed as a service Allows for dynamic scaling Has a variable cost, utility pricing model Generally includes multiple users on a single piece of hardware

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When/Why should you opt for an IaaS? Micro Cloud Technologies Very useful for startup companies who don’t know how successful their newly launched application/website will be. You have the choice of multiple Operating System, Platforms, Databases and Content Delivery Network (CDN) – all in one place.

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Which IaaS should you opt for? Micro Cloud Technologies Amazon web services (AWS) is one of IaaS Amazon is the pioneer of IaaS. Other leading providers are Rackspace, GoGrid, Joyent, Rightscale and Terremark (bought by Verizon)  For India based IaaS – explore the following providers: NetMagic Solutions InstaCompute (from Tata Communications)

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Benefits of Cloud Computing for Apartments : 

Benefits of Cloud Computing for Apartments All softwares, movies etc will be at one cluster of Servers. The tenants can pay and use by his gateway connected to HDMI LCD TVs (Cost saving in Hardware and Software) Micro Cloud Technologies

Significance of Cloud Computing : 

Significance of Cloud Computing Cloud computing reduce energy consumption significantly. The 1000 plus US government data centers, for example, were consuming 6 billion kWh of energy in 2006, and if left unchecked, the consumption can be double that by 2011. Micro Cloud Technologies

Cloud Computing @ Libraries : 

Cloud Computing @ Libraries A number of universities, vendors and government organizations are investing in research around the topic of cloud computing. In July 2008, HP, Intel Corporation and Yahoo! announced the creation of a global, multi-data center, open source test bed, called Open Cirrus designed to encourage research into all aspects of cloud computing, service and data center management. Micro Cloud Technologies

Cloud Computing Development @ Libraries : 

Cloud Computing Development @ Libraries Google and IBM have partnered to offer millions of dollars in resources to universities in order to promote cloud computing projects. The goal is to improve students' knowledge of parallel computing practices and better prepare them for increasingly popular large-scale computing that takes place in the "real world," such as search engines, social networking sites, and scientific computational needs. Micro Cloud Technologies

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YAHOO has expanded its partnerships with top U.S. universities namely: The University of California at Berkeley, Cornell University, University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the Carnegie Mellon University to advance cloud computing research through the used of Yahoo!’s cloud computing cluster large-scale systems software. Cloud Computing Development @Libraries Micro Cloud Technologies

Cloud Computing in Malaysia Universities : 

Cloud Computing in Malaysia Universities Students in the 21st century can no longer be confined to traditional teaching-learning methods (i.e. lecturing and tutoring which are commonly used in universities) Universities from around the global have recognized needs to adapt new teaching learning approach to meet students' diverse need. Micro Cloud Technologies

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Current Cloud : Amazon Amazon WebServices: Pricing (1/2) : 

Current Cloud : Amazon Amazon WebServices: Pricing (1/2) Micro Cloud Technologies

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Ours is not Browser based Our Gateway box can directly connect to Win 2008 Server, Linux or VMWARE Next Generation of Thin Client Micro Cloud Technologies

Gateway based Cloud Computing : 

Gateway based Cloud Computing Just Beginning Like Anaroid, Where > 100,000 applications. Cloud will also put many applications free and at affordable price Micro Cloud Technologies

Windows Server 2008 - Cloud : 

Windows Server 2008 - Cloud Micro Cloud Technologies

Linux Cloud Server : 

Linux Cloud Server Micro Cloud Technologies


GATEWAY Micro Cloud Technologies

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Single User Cloud Micro Cloud Technologies

Windows Server 2008 – Cloud Applications : 

Windows Server 2008 – Cloud Applications Micro Cloud Technologies

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Gateway based Cloud Computing Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies Gateway Connected to Public Cloud

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We offer Three Products Micro Cloud Technologies Cloud Development System This consists of a) Private Cloud (Cluster of Servers + Micro Cloud Controllers) b) Desktop PCs as Grid Computing. c) ‘NetMagic’ Servers as Public Cloud. d) Number of “Cloud Gateways” as Clients for running any kinds of Applications and Browsing

Cloud Development System : 

Cloud Development System Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies The Microcloud consists of the following components 1. Cluster of Servers 2. Cloud controller with Redundancy 3. Cloud Gateways

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Micro Cloud Technologies 1. CLUSTER OF SERVERS A group of servers of different capacity connected together, Are configured for computing and Hosting various operating Systems on Vmware virtualization, Ubuntu, Solaris, Redhat, Windows 2008, Windows 7 etc.,

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2. CLOUD CONTROLLER WITH REDUNDANCY The cloud controller handles tasks such as Managing users, Group Permissions, Resource Management, Job Scheduler etc., (Second Cloud controller is for redundancy). Microcloud Controller, The link between the Gateway and the server, allows the user to select the Particular server, OS etc., in the cloud. The MicroCloud Controller will also configure the Gateway like IP Address, Resolution of the HDMI monitor Etc., CC can also configure the Desktop PCs as Grid computer. Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies 3. CLOUD GATEWAYS A Specially designed Smart client with HDMI Graphics capability to connect the user to the Microcloud. It comes with Ethernet, USB Ports for many devices to be connected. It can be connected to a HDMI TV in the house and log on to a Public Cloud for the user to Browse and Running any kin of Application like MSOffice Matlab AutoCAD Tally and may more. It would be the cheapest hazzle free Computing Solution for a Flat owner. The can do computing and Browsing without a Physical computer in the House.

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Micro Cloud Technologies Cloud Gateway

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Micro Cloud Technologies 2. Private Cloud for computing Laboratory a) Private Cloud (Cluster of Servers + MicroCloud Controller) b) “Cloud Gateway” modules All of your Application softwares like Matlab, Xilinx Foundation, Visual Studio, Dbase, VB, Java and etc., can be loaded into Private cloud and Public cloud. Through the High end Graphics based Cloud Gateway, you can run any of these softwares, Just like running it on a Regular PCs.

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Private Cloud for Computing Laboratory Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies 3. Cloud Computing Trainer a) Server b) MicroCloud Controller c) Cloud Gateway This is an ideal setup to understand about cloud, how to submit the jobs in cloud and sharing resources like IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. All kind of jobs like job Submission, Job Scheduling, Job Allocation and Cloud management can be Experimented by the research students faculties.

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Cloud Computing Trainer Micro Cloud Technologies

Gateway Connected with Blade Server : 

Gateway Connected with Blade Server Micro Cloud Technologies

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Micro Cloud Technologies Gateway Connected with Cisco UCS

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Cloud computing can be defined as - Server (1 or Cluster of Servers) based Centralized Computing - Servers are Virtualized for Sharing, Multiple OS Hosting etc., - An Embedded light weighted hardware acts as Gateway (next Generation of Think Client) which acts as a PC. - Gateway and servers are connected either Ethernet (Private Cloud) or Internet (public Cloud) or by both (Hybrid Cloud). Finally This definition is going to evolve like cell phone Tomorrow GateWays will be replaced by Smart phones. Micro Cloud Technologies

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