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Introduction (1) - Virtualization and Cloud Computing...

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Virtualization and Cloud Computing Course Overview Instructor: Dijiang Huang
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What This Course Is For? Course philosophy and goals The theory and practice of virtualization and cloud computing technologies Hands-on work: Yes! We will develop and implement in a real cloud system. Exposure to different aspects of cloud computing and become familiar with application development based on virtualization and cloud computing technologies.
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What This Course Is About? What is virtualization and Cloud computing and its history and evolution? Architecture and models that support IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS. Resource (computing, storage, and network) virtulization Cloud computing infrastructure requirements and limitations Cloud Computing architecture and industry frameworks Practical cloud systems Virtual lab Mobile cloud Identifying Audit and security risk with Cloud computing Risk Mitigation in Cloud computing.
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Who should not take this course? I do not want to do programs (such as C, C++, java, web2.0, SQL, MySQL, etc.) and just want to learn the theory.
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Class hour and location TuTh 1:30-2:45pm, room BYENG M1-9. Instructor office hour 12:30-1:30pm TuTH Universal portal MyASU (Blackboard) Grades and communications Lecture notes, assignments, projects http://dj.eas.asu.edu/courses/CSE591/fall2011/ Grading 10% Report 10% Presentation 15% Midterm 25% Final Exams 40% Project Text book and additional materials No textbook, lecture notes will be provided, handouts and course materials will be distributed. Online materials are available Course Information
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Class Policies Cheating Cheating is a serious problem!!! Laptop in class Laptop is only allowed in the last row of the classroom. Late submission Late submission is not accepted! Late in class If you are late 5 minutes after the class starts, please do not enter the classroom. Exam No make up will be given, unless two week in advance notice is required and must have reasonable reason.
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Cloud Computing 7
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Cloud Classification 8
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Onion Structure The following Classification (4 slides) of Cloud Computing is presented by Markus Klems Let’s see if this classification makes sense or not 10 http://markusklems.wordpress.com/2008/07/10/classification-cloud-computing/
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IaaS 11 Pure storage and compute capacity. With virtualization techniques it is packaged into small units that are delivered like water or electricity (notion of utility computing).
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PaaS 12 By Marc Andreessen, “ platform is a system that can be programmed and therefore customized by outside developers — users — and in that way, adapted to countless needs and niches that the platform’s original
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