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Cloud Computing Mike Hsiao 2010.03.09.

), Sept. with 39th International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP 2010) IEEE 2nd International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science (CloudCom), Nov. CloudExpo, April 19-21, 2010. Cloud Slam ‘10, March 23-25, 2010. Cloud Computing Virtual Conference CCSW 2009: The ACM Cloud Computing Security Workshop The security problems caused by Virtualization secure cloud resource virtualization mechanisms sandboxing and VM-based enforcements network security (DOS, IDS etc.) mechanisms for/


© 2010 IBM Corporation ® An Introduction to Cloud Computing Rohit Sarabhai India Software Labs, IBM India

mining being reduced by several orders of magnitude 21 An Introduction to Cloud Computing © 2010 IBM Corporation Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud  What is Amazon EC2?  Popular Uses for Amazon EC2 aws.amazon.com/ec2 22 An Introduction to Cloud Computing © 2010 IBM Corporation Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud running IBM  Run many of the proven IBM platform technologies by the hour as Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)  IBM DB2  IBM Informix/


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together managed Internet-based services from diverse hardware and software environments in a flexible cloud environment. Cloud Computing @ Libraries The Qatar Cloud Computing Initiative led by Carnegie Mellon University, Qatar University and Texas A&M University aimed to develop cloud computing technology and provide a platform for local organizations to test applications in the cloud. The project, is to enable academic research projects that require a large amount of/


Effectively and Securely Using the Cloud Computing Paradigm

100 regional providers Data source: CNET article 6/25/08 http://news.cnet.com/8301-13953_3-9977517-80.html?tag=mncol Foundational Elements of Cloud Computing Foundational Elements of Cloud Computing Primary Technologies Other Technologies Virtualization Grid technology Service Oriented Architectures Distributed Computing Broadband Networks Browser as a platform Free and Open Source Software Autonomic Systems Web 2.0 Web application frameworks Service Level Agreements Web 2.0/


STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AT UTICA/ROME Cloud Computing for Small Businesses Christopher Urban SUNYIT Department of Computer.

bandwidth Proliferation of Internet services –Google, Facebook, Amazon, etc… STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AT UTICA/ROME Cloud Computing Myths & Truths 5 Cloud Computing Myths and Truths for Small Businesses5 Cloud Computing Myths and Truths for Small Businesses STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AT UTICA/ROME The Cloud: A Layered Approach Ready-to-Use and/or Tailorable Applications Development / Testing / Quality Assurance Operating/


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access, automated management and fast, inexpensive servers have all combined to make cloud computing a compelling paradigm. Content What is cloud computing Cloud computing discriminate Cloud computing technology Cloud computing products and market Cloud computing’s brother buzzwords Cloud computing grid computing utility computing virtualization server cluster Dedicated server Colocation Cloud computing infrastructure usually use virtualization technology, and is built based on a server cluster, have nature/


INTRODUCTION TO Thomas J. Hacker Associate Professor, Computer & Information Technology Co-Leader for Information Technology, Network for Earthquake Engineering.

building virtual HPC clusters, which is a collection of virtual machines running on a distributed network of computers. OVERVIEW OF CLOUD COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES CLOUD COMPUTING Emerging technology that leverages virtualization Distributed computing of the 201Xs Initial idea of a “computing utility” from Multics in the 1960s Computing utility that provides services over a network Computing Storage Pushes functionality from devices at the edge (e.g. laptops and mobile phones) to centralized/


PRIVACY AND DATA SECURITY ISSUES IN THE CLOUD LEXPERT CLOUD COMPUTING CONFERENCE 2012 CLOUD COMPUTING: A PRACTICAL APPROACH LISA. R. LIFSHITZ 416-775-8821.

may include restricting access to secure locations. Organizational data protection measures will include ensuring that only certain personnel have access, or the access keys, to personal information. Most important in Cloud computing, technological measures will include data encryption, passwords and access keys. The extent to which each of these protection methods is required will vary with the sensitivity of the information in question/


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Dr. Xiao Liu Sessional Lecturer, Research Fellow Centre of SUCCESS Swinburne University of Technology Melbourne, Australia Overview: Cloud Computing and.

Prof Ivan Stojmenovic Prof Paola Inverardi Prof Amit Sheth Prof Wil van der Aalst Prof Hai Zhuge Xiao Liu, Cloud Computing and Workflow Research in NGSP Group, Sunday, August 23, 2015 Primary projects:  (Cloud) workflow technology  ARC LP0990393 (Y Yang, R Kotagiri, J Chen, C Liu)  Cloud computing  ARC DP110101340 (Y Yang, J Chen, J Grundy) Secondary project:  Management control systems for effective information sharing and/


Introduction to Cloud Computing Zsolt Németh MTA SZTAKI.

is provisioned for exclusive use by a single organization – comprising multiple consumers (e.g., business units) Private cloud L. Badger, T. Grance, R. Patt-Corner, J. Voas: “Cloud Computing Synopsis and Recommendations”. National Institute of Standards and Technology, Special Publication 800-146, 2012 Deployment models Community cloud The cloud infrastructure is provisioned for exclusive use by a specific community of consumers from organizations that have shared/


Cloud Computing: A Definition, Challenges and Opportunities” BY PROFESSOR G.A. ADEROUNMU DIRECTOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS UNIT, OBAFEMI.

States) and the ITU Focus Group. THE CLOUD Cloud computing is the result of evolution and adoption of existing technologies and paradigms (autonomic computing, Client–server model, Grid computing, Mainframe computer, Utility computing, Peer-to-peer, and Virtualization).autonomic computing Client–server modelGrid computingMainframe computer Utility computingPeer-to-peer Goal of Cloud Computing: To allow users to take maximum benefits from all of these technologies, without the need for deep knowledge about/


Introduction to Cloud Computing 2008-08 Liming Liu

all managed remotely. It affects not only business models, but the underlying architecture of how we develop, deploy, run and deliver applications.data center www.cloudcomputingchina.com Content  What is cloud computingCloud computing discriminate  Cloud computing technologyCloud computing products and market www.cloudcomputingchina.com Cloud computing’s brother buzzwords  Cloud computing is becoming one of the next industry buzz words. And it has more or less relation with these words: grid/


By: Farnaz Zeidi M.Sc. student in Information Technology, Mazandaran University of Science and Technology (MUST), Babol, Mazandaran, IRAN

prsence information. XMPP remains the core protocol of the Jabber Instant Messaging and Presence technology Standards for Messaging (Cont’d) Common Standards In Cloud Computing 11  Communications (HTTP, SIMPLE, and XMPP)  SIMPLE Session Initiation Protocol for/I. Lakhtaria2, Mrs. Palak R. Shah3,Dr.N.J.Patel4, Analyzing Horizontal Integration among Soa, Cloud Computing and Grid Computing, Global Journal of Computer Science and Technology, Vol. 10 Issue 7 Ver. 1.0 September 2010,P a g e 81  http:///


Department of Computing, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, NUST - Islamabad KTH Applied Information Security Lab Extensible Access.

- Islamabad KTH Applied Information Security Lab Reasons for not using Cloud……. 32 Department of Computing, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, NUST - Islamabad KTH Applied Information Security Lab Cloud Computing Challenges 33 Portability Security Privacy Lack of knowledge & Expertise Reliability Performance Abuse of Cloud Services Shared Technology Issues Insufficient due diligence Interoperability Service Delivery & Billing CLOUD Bandwidth Cost Usage Control Availability Department of/


Definition “Cloud computing is an emerging computing technology that uses the internet and central remote servers to maintain data and applications”.

it possible have been used for some time. For example, cloud computing is enabled by grid computing, virtualization, utility computing, hosting and software as a service (SaaS). Yet these technologies differ from cloud computing in the following ways:  Originally designed for computationally intensive batch applications, grid computing was developed as a way to share computers and data.  Modern grid computing technologies have evolved as a way to harness inexpensive servers in a/


1 Copyright © 2012, Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. 1 - 1 Distributed and Cloud Computing K. Hwang, G. Fox and J. Dongarra Chapter 1: Enabling Technologies.

/CE that studies distributed systems. A distributed system consists of multiple autonomous computers, each with its own private memory, communicating over a network. Cloud Computing Cloud Computing  An Internet cloud of resources that may be either centralized or decentralized. The cloud apples to parallel or distributed computing or both. Clouds may be built from physical or virtualized resources. 7 Technology Convergence toward HPC for Science and HTC for Business: Utility/


Cloud Notation for Users Workshop to discuss idea and approach August 26, 2010 A cloud modelling notation for business users to express requirements concepts.

incremental cashflow and elastic growth we so often see in cloud service use Defining Models for Cloud Computing that considered the Business User viewpoint What a Cloud Computing Reference Architecture CCRA might contain ?  Cloud Computing Technology reference model  This is arguably already covered in the many technology stack reference models: NIST etal. They provide a provider technology perspective of the cloud solution  Cloud services model  A description of the types of services/


IT as a service Cloud allows access to services without user technical knowledge or control of supporting infrastructure Best described in terms of what.

it possible have been used for some time. For example, cloud computing is enabled by grid computing, virtualization, utility computing, hosting and software as a service (SaaS). Yet these technologies differ from cloud computing in the following ways:  Originally designed for computationally intensive batch applications, grid computing was developed as a way to share computers and data.  Modern grid computing technologies have evolved as a way to harness inexpensive servers in a/


Privacy and Data Security Issues in the Cloud Lisa R. Lifshitz, Partner, Torkin Manes LLP 416-777-8821 LEXPERT Cloud Computing.

may include restricting access to secure locations.  Organizational data protection measures will include ensuring that only certain personnel have access, or the access keys, to personal information.  Most important in Cloud computing, technological measures will include data encryption, passwords and access keys.  The extent to which each of these protection methods is required will vary with the sensitivity of the information in question/


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, bandwidth, and active user accounts). Resource usage can be monitored, controlled, and reported, providing transparency for both the provider and consumer of the utilized service.—National Institute of Standards and Technology [2] [2] CLOUD COMPUTING CLOUD COMPUTING TYPES Private cloud Private cloud is cloud infrastructure operated solely for a single organization, whether managed internally or by a third-party, and hosted either internally or externally. [ Undertaking a private/


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July 24, 2013, from http://www.cloudcomputingtechie.com/top-5-disadvantages/http://www.cloudcomputingtechie.com/top-5-disadvantages/ Timmermans, J.; Ikonen, V.; Stahl, B.C.; Bozdag, E., "The Ethics of Cloud Computing: A Conceptual Review," Cloud Computing Technology and Science (CloudCom), 2010 IEEE Second International Conference on, vol., no., pp.614,620, Nov. 30 2010-Dec. 3 2010 doi: 10.1109/CloudCom.2010.59Cloud ComputingCloud/


Cloud Computing Welcome to InsightCloud InsightCloud: Course 1.

Microsoft Exchange) Email Archiving Mobile Access - Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES) Failover Systems Public Cloud Example – Messaging (Email) Cloud Computing Public Cloud Example – Messaging (Email) Cloud Service Provider Client A Clients B, C & D Cloud Computing End-user view Public Cloud Example - Email Per user per month subscription Cloud Computing Private Clouds and Cloud Technologies 17 Private Cloud Private clouds represent a significant growth in the marketplace. Insight already sells many of the/


Bharat Bhargava Computer Science Purdue University Research in Cloud Security and Privacy YounSun Cho Computer Science.

usage or subscription – Multi-tenant sharing of services/ resources Essential characteristics – On demand self-service – Ubiquitous network access – Location independent resource pooling – Rapid elasticity – Measured service “Cloud computing is a compilation of existing techniques and technologies, packaged within a new infrastructure paradigm that offers improved scalability, elasticity, business agility, faster startup time, reduced management costs, and just-in-time availability of resources” From/


Copyright © 2011 EMC Corporation. All Rights Reserved. EMC EDUCATION SERVICES CLOUD COMPUTING: LOOKING FORWARD TO CLOUDY DAYS IN EDUCATION Wayne Pauley.

utilities, will service individual homes and offices across the country” Kleinrock, 1969 “Goodbye ‘World Wide Web.’ Hello ‘World Wide Computer’ ” Carr, 2008 Copyright © 2011 EMC Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Advancements in Information Technology Virtualized Data Center and Cloud Introduction3 Mini Mainframe Networked/ Distributed Computing PC/ Microprocessor Next… Cloud Computing Copyright © 2011 EMC Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Business Drivers and IT Challenges Virtualized Data Center and/


1 NETE4631 Cloud-enabling technologies and standards Lecture Notes #3.

1 or full virtualization (Oracle VM, Vmware ESX) Type 2 or paravirtualization (Xen) 20 Types of Hypervisors 21 Types of Hypervsiors : Reproduced Figure 5.1 from Sosinsky, B., Cloud Computing Bible, 2011. Enabling Technologies - Network Network types Network according to size WAN/MAN/LAN/PAN Network Topologies. Network Boundaries Internet, intranet, extranet 22 WAN (Wide Area Network) 23 Modified from CCNA 4 version/


Cloud Technologies and Cloud Platforms Cloud Concepts, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, Public Cloud Platforms SoftUni Team Technical Trainers Software University

Cloud Technologies and Cloud Platforms Cloud Concepts, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, Public Cloud Platforms SoftUni Team Technical Trainers Software University http://softuni.bg Table of Contents 1.What is Cloud Computing? 2.Cloud Computing Models  IaaS, PaaS, BaaS, SaaS 3.Public Clouds for Developers  Amazon Web Services (AWS)  Google App Engine (GAE)  Windows Azure  Heroku, AppHarbor 2 What is Cloud Computing? 4  Virtualization  Running several virtual machines (virtual computers) inside a single powerful /


1 Data Technologies – ESIPAP 2015 Data Technologies Alberto Pace CERN Data and Storage Services Group.

and databases  Data Access protocols  Reliability  Availability  Access Control and Security  Cryptography  Authentication, Authorization, Accounting  Scalability  Cloud storage  Block storage  Data Replication  Data Caching  Monitoring, Alarms  Quota  Summary 129 Data Technologies – ESIPAP 2015 Authorization  Implements the access control  The information describing what end-user can do on computing resources. It is the association of a right (use, read, modify, delete, open, execute, …), a/


National Institute of Standards and Technology Information Technology Laboratory 1 USG Cloud Computing Technology Roadmap Next Steps NIST Mission: To promote.

and Workshop IV, November 3, 2011 Dawn Leaf, NIST Senior Executive for Cloud Computing National Institute of Standards and Technology Information Technology Laboratory 2 The NIST Cloud Computing Program Goal Stays the same…………. Accelerate the federal government’s adoption of cloud computing* –Build a USG Cloud Computing Technology Roadmap which focuses on the highest priority USG cloud computing security, interoperability and portability requirements –Lead efforts to develop standards and guidelines in/


HPCC with Grids and Clouds HPCC’10 Melbourne September 1 2010 Geoffrey Fox

) FutureGrid Usage Model The goal of FutureGrid is to support the research on the future of distributed, grid, and cloud computing FutureGrid will build a robustly managed simulation environment and test-bed to support the development and early use in science of new technologies at all levels of the software stack: from networking to middleware to scientific applications The environment will mimic TeraGrid/


IT Infrastructure and Emerging Technologies Chapter 5 VIDEO CASES Case 1: ESPN.com: Getting to eXtreme Scale on the Web Case 2: Salesforce.com: Managing.

IT infrastructure and management solutions? LEARNING OBJECTIVES 5.3 Copyright © 2016 Pearson Education, Inc. Management Information Systems Chapter 5: IT Infrastructure and Emerging Technologies Problem: Competitive and fast-changing industry; opportunities from new technologies Solutions: –IT infrastructure investments –Cloud computing services –Deploy energy-efficient data center Demonstrates IT’s role in reducing costs, ability to also serve social goals (energy efficiency) Portugal Telecom Offers/


Is Your Firm in the Clouds? Technology Based Workflows Association of Legal Administrators Annual Conference & Exposition May 25, 2011 Orlando, FL.

Annual Conference & Exposition May 25, 2011 Orlando, FL Cloud Computing An Introduction for Law Firms Cloud computing is one of the most talked about technology topics Different people have different definitions and there are many misconceptions about cloud computing Business owners, especially lawyers, have many questions and concerns about cloud computing Cloud Computing Defined Delivery of shared, scalable, hosted technology services over the Internet Services that were previously performed at/


High-Performance Computing Solution Implementer Guide.

Server AppFabric Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 / 2008 R2 Microsoft BizTalk Server 2009 / 2010 Cloud Technologies BPOS / Microsoft Office 365 Microsoft SharePoint Online Windows Azure platform Windows Azure Microsoft SQL Azure/Server 2010 (SharePoint site administration, Active Directory Domain Services integration with SharePoint, audit trail) Social Computing Project Mgt Information access Interactive experience and navigation Messaging Unified Communications IM/Presence Conferencing Voice Content Creation /


Effectively and Securely Using the Cloud Computing Paradigm.

choose? 34 Migration Paths for Cloud Adoption Use public clouds Develop private clouds –Build a private cloud –Procure an outsourced private cloud –Migrate data centers to be private clouds (fully virtualized) Build or procure community clouds –Organization wide SaaS –PaaS and IaaS –Disaster recovery for private clouds Use hybrid-cloud technology –Workload portability between clouds 35 Possible Effects of Cloud Computing Small enterprises use public SaaS and public clouds and minimize growth of data/


Hong Zhu Department of Computing and Communication Technologies Oxford Brookes University, Oxford OX33 1HX, UK IWSC 2012 16.

Relationships between the resource owner, customers and users How resources are managed? What are the management goals? What are the technologies used to? Management model Computation resources Business model What are the types and numbers of computation resources in a computation system? Characteristics of Cloud Computing Constraint: Service Level Agreement Business model Pay-for-use Service level agreement Multiple customers and users Business model Pay-for/


Carnegie Mellon University ©2006 - 2009 Robert T. Monroe 70-451 Management Information Systems Cloud Computing II Evaluating Business Opportunities 70-451.

Examples: AppExchange, Windows Live identity, wallet, etc. Carnegie Mellon University ©2006 - 2009 Robert T. Monroe 70-451 Management Information Systems Cloud Computing Examples “Native” cloud computing technology providers Cloud computing “migrants” Carnegie Mellon University ©2006 - 2009 Robert T. Monroe 70-451 Management Information Systems Analysis: Cloud Computing for Incumbent Technology Producing Companies Carnegie Mellon University ©2006 - 2009 Robert T. Monroe 70-451 Management Information Systems/


Cloud Computing Rex Wang VP Product Marketing. © 2009 Oracle – Proprietary and Confidential2 The following is intended to outline our general product.

SaaS services 1 2 Provide enabling technology to other cloud providers 3 Give customers the choice to deploy Oracle technologies in either private clouds or public IaaS clouds © 2009 Oracle – Proprietary and Confidential14 Oracle Cloud Computing Strategy IaaS PaaS SaaS INTERNETINTERNET Public Clouds IaaS PaaS SaaS INTRANETINTRANET Private Cloud Users Our objectives: Ensure that cloud computing is fully enterprise grade Support both public and private cloud computing – give customers choice Offer customers a/


Comparative Positioning of Korean Network Companies Moving to Converging Cloud Services Ki Youn Kim and Yong Ik Yoon 2 1 Department of Information Consulting,

major network operator companies with keen interest. MCC is an agglomeration of mobile and cloud computing. Rather than being a creative innovation technology, it is more of an evolutionary technology where the existing cloud computing advances toward future cloud computing (Ro et al., 2001). MCC is garnering much attention for its role as public cloud, an important strategic system for n-screen conversing service or business model, as well/


Determinants of Cloud Computing Adoption Byeong-Yun Chang, Yabibal Afework 2, Seok-Jun Ko 3 and Jong-Hun Lee 4 * School of Business Administration.

analyze data from 60 IT experts opinions. Based on data analysis relative advantage and top man- agement support were found to be the most determining factors of cloud computing adoption in Rep. of Korea. Keywords: Information technology adoption, cloud computing, Diffusion of Innovation, Technology Organization Environment 1 Introduction Firms are increasingly attempting to integrate business processes into their existing information system applications and build internet based/


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, February 8, 2011, http://www.cio.gov/documents/federal-cloud- computing-strategy.pdfhttp://www.cio.gov/documents/federal-cloud- computing-strategy.pdf 2Planning Guide: Technology for Tomorrow’s Cloud, September 2011, Intel, http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/cloud-computing/cloud-computing-technology-for-tomorrows- cloud-planning-guide.html http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/cloud-computing/cloud-computing-technology-for-tomorrows- cloud-planning-guide.html 3Gartner press release, March 5, 2012/


National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California What is Cloud Computing.

data movement is crucial WANT: Bonded 10Gig Ethernet from you to Amazon!! 4 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California To Cloud or Not to Cloud ? Cloud Compute versus Buying Hardware Honest Total Cost of Ownership (TCO): data center, installation, A/C, power, sys admin Refresh costs: Amazon is quick to provide new machine types If Ratio of/


SALSASALSASALSASALSA Cloud Technologies and Their Applications March 26, 2010 Indiana University Bloomington Judy Qiu

deluge. How to manage and analyze information? Recommend CSTB foster tools for data capture, data curation, data analysis ―Jim Gray’s Talk to Computer Science and Telecommunication Board (CSTB), Jan 11, 2007 SALSASALSA Important Trends Multicore Data Deluge Cloud Technologies Big Data Sciences SALSASALSA Intel’s Projection SALSASALSA SALSASALSA Intel’s Application Stack SALSASALSASALSASALSA Runtime System Used  We implement micro-parallelism using Microsoft/


IT Capacity Planning for and Economics of Cloud Computing – Part 1 Ivan L. Gelb Gelb Information Systems Corp. Phone:

 This presentation is prepared many weeks before the CMG 2010 Conference in Orlando, FL.  Everyone knows that in the field of Cloud Computing technology, the only certain guarantee is ongoing change  This version of the “Capacity Planning for and Economics of Cloud Computing” is subject to updates before the actual presentation date.  We encourage CMG 2010 Workshops attendees to request the latest version of this/


Cloud Computing Strategy & Roadmap Project Readiness Assessment May 15, 2014 Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT) eSystems Africa.

there is a shift in the global service model in which service providers are leveraging cloud-computing technologies to offer “everything- as-a-service”. Cloud Adoptionadopted a sound cloud-computing strategy Among others, NCIA’s manages GIDCs. Cloud services just started. Government lags behind on cloud adoption Planning phase for specifying a national cloud- computing framework Cloud-computing platform was installed to centrally host Public and Private sector applications and services. Infrastructure/


ANIT GHATAK ROLL NO. 12MA60R27 DEPERTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AUGUST 21, 2012 AN OVERVIEW OF VIRTUALIZATION AND CLOUD COMPUTING.

Ariel Rabkin, Ion Stoica, and Matei Zaharia; “Above the Clouds: A Berkeley View of Cloud Computing”; UC Berkeley Reliable Adaptive Distributed Systems Laboratory Flavio Lombardi, RobertoDiPietro ; “Secure virtualization for cloud computing ”; Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 7 June 2010 Gerald Kaefer, “Cloud Computing Architecture ”; Corporate Research and Technologies, Munich, Germany David Burford, CFA, MBA, MCP ; “ Cloud Computing: A Brief Introduction ”; LAD ENTERPRIZES, INC. ; February 20/


Internet Technology & Cloud Computing Overviews Paul A. Kloppenburg, B.Eng., P.Eng. UC Consultant Avaya CTO 613 595-9003 SYSC 4700, Telecommunications.

and Architecture, Third Edition, Prentice-Hall, 1995. —T. Sridhar, "Cloud Computing: A Primer, Part 1: Models and Technologies," The Internet Protocol Journal, Volume 12, No. 3, September 2009.Cloud Computing: A Primer, Part 1: Models and Technologies —Carolyn Purcell, “Cloud Computing in the Public Sector”. January 26, 2010 —John Keagy, “Cloud Computing” Books —The following uses examples from Kevin Jackson, Leading Cloud evangelist, CloudComputingJournal http://cloudcomputing.sys-con.com/ recent blog/


NIST Cloud Computing Standards Roadmap Working Group (CCSRWG) April 21, 2011 National Institute of Standards and Technology U.S. Department of Commerce.

information, refer to the NIST Strategy to build a USG Cloud Computing Technology Roadmap posted on NIST Cloud Computing Web Page http://www.nist.gov/itl/cloud/upload/NIST_CC_program_updated_external_overview_040511.pdf Overview: NIST Cloud Computing Program US Department of Commerce 5 How to build a USG Cloud Computing Technology Roadmap 1. Define Target USG Cloud Computing Business Use Cases 2. Define Neutral Cloud Computing Reference Architecture & Taxonomy NIST CC efforts Standards Working Group, SDO/


1 Data Technologies – ESIPAP 2016 Data Technologies Alberto Pace CERN Data and Storage Services Group.

and databases  Data Access protocols  Reliability  Availability  Access Control and Security  Cryptography  Authentication, Authorization, Accounting  Scalability  Cloud storage  Block storage  Data Replication  Data Caching  Monitoring, Alarms  Quota  Summary 142 Data Technologies – ESIPAP 2016 Authorization  Implements the access control  The information describing what end-user can do on computing resources. It is the association of a right (use, read, modify, delete, open, execute, …), a/


1 Cloud Deployment in caBIG ® Daniela Smith Booz Allen Hamilton Architecture Workspace/Cloud Computing Working Group Lead TBPT/ICR Face-to-Face Meeting.

use in a federated manner – leveraging cloud computing technology allows CBIIT to scale rapidly and to a broader user community 8 What does the Community gain from leveraging cloud computing technology? By leveraging cloud computing technology, caBIG ® can drive its vision /cancer centers, which may not have the IT resources to operate the infrastructure Teams that use cloud computing technology can drastically reduce the bottlenecks, time, errors, and costs of provisioning and maintaining hardware and /


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