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1 Some additional words about cloud computing
Lionel Brunie National Institute of Applied Science (INSA) LIRIS Laboratory/DRIM Team – UMR CNRS 5205 Lyon, France Master course /03/2017

2 What’s a Cloud ? "A Cloud is a type of parallel and distributed system consisting of a collection of interconnected and virtualized computers that are dynamically provisioned and presented as one or more unified computing resources based on service-level agreements established through negotiation between the service provider and consumers” (Buyya et al.) “A large-scale distributed computing paradigm that is driven by economies of scale, in which a pool of abstracted, virtualized, dynamically-scalable, managed computing power, storage, platforms, and services are delivered on demand to external customers over the Internet” (Foster et al.) Start point: October/November IBM Blue Cloud Master course /03/2017

3 Types of clouds Public clouds (or external clouds)
resources are dynamically provisioned on a fine-grained, self-service basis over the Internet, via Web applications or Web services. the cloud is hosted, operated, and managed by a third-party vendor from one or more data/computing centers organizations/customers lease shared resources from public clouds, effectively becoming infrastructure tenants rather than owners computing becomes a public utility Private clouds (or internal clouds) emulate cloud computing on private networks Hybrid clouds merge multiple internal and/or external clouds Master course /03/2017

4 IaaS, PaaS, SaaS Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
provides computing environments/infrastructure i.e., hardware, software the provisioned infrastructure can dynamically scale up and down depending on the actual needs Amazon EC2 and S3 Platform as a Service (PaaS) high-level integrated environment to build and deploy applications restrictions on the type of applications but scalable platform Google’s App Engine for deploying Web applications Software as a Service (SaaS) delivers software to consumers through the Internet Salesforce: online CRM (Customer Relationship Management) Services ; Live Mesh from Microsoft: files and folders synchronization Master course /03/2017

5 Other XaaS offerings Storage as a Service
Data(base) as a Service (DaaS) Process as a Service - Business Process as a Service Network as a Service (NaaS) Integration as a Service  Security as a Service - Identity as a Service Testing as a Service Master course /03/2017

6 Visit of a Cloud vendor web site
« Values to customers include: Reducing IT management complexity and skill requirements Sharing resources among multiple applications Accelerating application launches Supporting both existing and emerging, data-intensive workloads Master course /03/2017

7 Characteristics From the customer point of view:
Scalability Reliability Flexibility Cost Security and Privacy Performance Ubiquitous and fast access Quality of Service Service Level Agreement Pricing system Simple to use From the internal point of view Virtualization « Grid » management Master course /03/2017

8 Comparison of some cloud platforms
From Foster et al. Master course /03/2017

9 Example: Amazon EC2/S3 Compute Cloud EC2 (Elastic Cloud Computing)
pricing: « private » virtualized servers (« instances ») of different types example: High-CPU Extra Large Instance 7 GB of memory 20 EC2 Compute Units 1690 GB Storage Pricing on a per hour basis for each instance type: from $0.085/hour for the small standard "On-Demand" virtual machine running Linux to 29x more for the largest one running Windows (Jan. 2011). The data transfer charge ranges from $0.08 to $0.15 per gigabyte, depending on the volume Data Cloud S3 (Simple Storage Service) pricing: from $0.055 to $0.14 per GB-month (standard storage), + bandwidth usage (from $0.05 to 0.12 per GB – EU price) + requests (from $0.001 to $0.01 per 1000 requests) 556 stored billion objects (Oct. 2011) (Marc 2010: 102 billion objects) data transfer is charged by TB / month data transfer, depending on the source and target of such transfer. Master course /03/2017

10 Example : Microsoft Azure Fabric
Type d’instance Processeur Mémoire Stockage Performance I/O Petite 1.6 GHz 1.75 Go 225 Go Moyenne 2 x 1.6 GHz 3.5 Go 490 Go Élevée Grande 4 x 1.6 GHz 7 Go 1 To « Extra » grande 8 x 1.6 GHz 14 Go 2.04 To Master course /03/2017

11 Microsoft Azure SLA Compute : Storage
connection to the « Compute » service > 99,95% Web and Worker roles > 99,9% note : service interruption  interruption > 5 mn Storage « failed » transactions (error rate) < 0,1% credit = 10% if 0,1% <= error rate < 1% Credit = 25% if error rate >= 1% Master course /03/2017

12 Windows Azure: pricing (1st sem 2012)
Traitement Tarif unitaire 24h/24 pendant un mois (30 j.) 24h/24 pendant un an (365 j.) Petite instance(1) (par défaut) 0,0852 €/h Instance moyenne(1) 0,1703 €/h Grande instance(1) 0,3405 €/h Instance « extra » grande(1) 0,6809 €/h Stockage Espace de stockage 0,0993 €/Go stocké/mois Transaction 0,0071 €/ transaction de stockage Content Delivery Network (CDN) Transfert depuis Europe/Am. du nord 0,1064 €/Go de données transférées Transfert depuis une autre région 0,1419 €/Go de données transférées Transactions 0,0071 €/ transactions Master course /03/2017

13 SQL Azure: pricing (1st sem 2012)
Web edition BDD relationnelle jusqu’à 1 Go 7,085 €/mois l’unité BDD relationnelle jusqu’à 5 Go 35,425 €/mois l’unité Business edition BDD relationnelle jusqu’à 10 Go 70,913 €/mois l’unité BDD relationnelle jusqu’à 20 Go 141,826 €/mois l’unité BDD relationnelle jusqu’à 30 Go 212,739 €/mois l’unité BDD relationnelle jusqu’à 40 Go 283,652 €/mois l’unité BDD relationnelle jusqu’à 50 Go 354,565 €/mois l’unité Master course /03/2017

14 Windows Azure Platform AppFabric: pricing (1st sem 2012)
Contrôle d’accès 1,4114 €/ transactions Bus de service Connexion à l’unité (en “pay as you go”) 2,8298 €/connexion Pack de 5 connexions 7,0566 € Pack de 25 connexions 35,2827 € Pack de 100 connexions 141,1308 € Pack de 500 connexions 705,654 € Transfert de données Europe et Amérique du nord Entrant Gratuit (2010 : 0,071 €/Go) Sortant 0,1064 €/Go Asie/Pacifique Gratuit (2010 : 0,2128 €/Go) 0,1419 €/Go (2010 : 0,3192 €/Go) See also offers: Master course /03/2017

15 Comparison of 3 cloud service offerings (1st sem. 2010)
Offre Instances a la demande Instances réservées Transfert de données Stockage Monitoring Load balancing Linux Windows Espace de stockage Requêtes Amazon EC2 0.095~ 2.68$/h 0.12~ 2.88$/h 0.04~1.12$/h ou 115~6370$/an 0.06~1.38$/h Entrant : 0.10$/G Sortant: 0.08~0.15$/Go 0.11~0.15$/Go mensuel ~0.11$/ million de requêtes 0.015$/ instance-heure 0.028$/ Répartiteur-heure Google 0,10$/CPU-heure 0.10$/Go, 0.12$/Go 0.15$/Go Microsoft 0,12$/h 0,10$/Go, Sortant : 0,15$/Go 0,01$/ 10k requêtes Master course /03/2017

16 Cloud Market Gartner: IDC [BBE10]:
identifies the Cloud as one of the four trends that will change IT and the economy in the next 10 years ( predicts that the value of Cloud Computing will surge to billion dollars by 2013 expects SaaS demand to continue to growth to a total of more than 14 billion dollars by 2013 IDC [BBE10]: the market for private enterprise Cloud servers will grow from an $8.4 billion opportunity in 2010, to a $12.6 billion market in 2014 SaaS revenue will grow five times more than traditional software by 2014, about 34% of all new business software purchases will be consumed via SaaS. Steve Ballmer (Microsoft's CEO) (March 2010): about 75% (90% in a year) of Microsoft customers are doing entirely cloud based or entirely cloud inspired Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA): 33% among all European organizations are using cloud computing systems Master course /03/2017

17 PaaS types Master course /03/2017

18 Some cloud clients Master course 2011-2012 - 26/03/2017
"FedEx, State Street Bank, Northrop Grumman and multiple U.S. Government agencies." Toyota, Whirlpool, ESPN, UPS, Philips, … Parallels, CapitalSource bank, aspire, … spongecell, zendesk,… CA Lyon, Société Générale, Virgin Mobile, webster, … BestBuy, Ubisoft, … Deutsche Bank, Ernst & Young, Honda, Heineken, Allianz Best Buy, Flightcaster, Shopify,… Stora enso, Mondi paper, SCA, Sandvik Steel, Lindel, Nynas simco electronics, media news group, NES, US Data corporation,… CBS Outdoor, San Francisco courts, Washington state, Victorinox, Primagas, … 3M, Siemens, City of Miami, GoGrid,… AIG, AMD, Mastercard, Vodafone, … national geomatica, CI privés, africa inland mission Dell, Häagen-Dazs, AOL, Canon, … sitemasher, D3 security, piranha games, … Delta airlines, FedEx, Vodafone, Pirelli, … SEDS, ecounting, head start, dfg, … pixar, sony, harvard, unesco, … Master course /03/2017

19 A market oriented vision of a cloud based IT world
From Buyya et al. Master course /03/2017

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