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1 Topic 1 Cloud Computing and Services Oriented Architecture Cheng Chi Shing 50629258 Cheung Hiu Lun 51269295 Lau Chun Yin 50808088 Wong Wing Yin 51013947
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2 Content Background Pros and Cons Definition of Cloud Computing Components of Cloud Computing Definition of Service-Oriented Architecture Deployment Models in Cloud Computing Relationship of CC and SOA What SOA Can Learn from Cloud Computing What Cloud Computing Can Learn from SOA Example
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3 Background The “Cloud Computing” is a general term used to include difference of computing and information services and applications run by users across the Internet on the service provider’s systems, not just run on personal computers or campus-based servers. The internet-based services are sometimes called “Software as a service” (SaaS) “Platform as a service” (PaaS) Cloud Computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g. networks, servers, storage, applications and services) that can be fast to released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. Presented by Cheung Hiu Lun
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4 Background The model used for marketing and the user relationship with these services Business to Individual (B2I) model – Most common In the service provider offers the service to individual users Most typically involve a service agreement (Terms of Use) that may be executed by the click-through agreement (e.g. User click “I Accept” on the website), or by the user indicating their acceptance of the terms of use simply by beginning, and continuing, to use the service Business to business (B2B) model In the service provider offers its services to other business entities Generally involve a service agreement that is formally settled and executed between the service provider and the user business entities Presented by Cheung Hiu Lun
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5 Pros and Cons Pros
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