What are clouds?
A cloud is made up of tiny
water droplets and/or ice
crystals, a snowflake is a
collection of many ice
crystals, and rain is just
Names of specific types of
clouds are created by
combining the name
Architecture, IT Security, & Operational Perspectives
Steven R. Hunt
ARC IT Governance Manager
Ames Research Center
IT Security Specialist
Ames Research Center
Matt Chew Spence
IT Security Compliance Consultant
Dell Services Fe
-A Data Center Approach
Basics of Green & Cloud Computing
Green Cloud Computing-A Data Center Perspective
Green Cloud Computing in Developing Regions
Balancing Energy in Data Centers
Energy Aware Data C
Petroleum Federation of India (PETROFED)
Cloud Computing: The Gathering Storm
What is Cloud Computing?
Why does the market care?
Why should we care?
What can Cloud do?
Where do we start?
How does Cloud Computing change the arch
WGITA approved the cloud computing project with SAI USA
as lead and Canada & India as members
A status report was presented and comments solicited
Final project description a
Cloud Models and Platforms
Dr. Sanjay P. Ahuja, Ph.D.
2010-14 FIS Distinguished Professor of Computer
School of Computing, UNF
A Working Definition of Cloud
Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network
PAGE RANK (determines the importance of webpages based on link structure)
Solves a complex system of score equations
PageRank is a probability distribution used to represent the likelihood that a
person randomly clicking on links will arrive a
An Introduction to
What is new in cloud computing?
Challenges & opportunities
Future of Cloud Computing
How do clouds form?
When water vapor in the air becomes liquid
water or ice crystals.
A cloud in contact with the ground.
Sheets of low, grey clouds that bring light
snow, rain, or drizzle.
Thicker layer than stratus clouds that
Total Virtualization and
What is virtualization?
Different Computing Models
o Traditional App/Server
o Virtual Server model
o Massively virtualized model (Cloud)
Why Virtualization makes sense?
Cloud Computing and
Used slides from RAD Lab at UC Berkeley about the cloud ( http:/abovetheclouds.cs.berkeley.edu/) and slides from Jimmy
Lins slides (http:/www.umiacs.umd.edu/~jimmylin/cloud-2010-Spring/index.html) (licensed under Creation Com
Purpose of this presentation
Inform our partners of Dells
approach and value
proposition to Private Cloud.
Share a view of where were
going and key solutions that
will simplify how we partner
on Private Cloud