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Slide 2 Ed Duguid www.iduguid.com Email with subject: MACE Cloud [email protected] Slide 3 Slide 4 What is the cloud? Slide 5 Cost Equipment cost, setup install, Scalability quickly scale up or down Pay for what you need Allocate IT resources by department Shift responsibility Slide 6 Transfer Responsibility Limit downtime upgrades Free up IT resources reduce costs, labor Budget monthly reduce capital budget for IT hardware, Disaster Recovery/Backups Slide 7 Personal iCloud DropBox Business Rackspace Amazon Google Slide 8 IaaS Infrastructure as a Service SaaS Software as a Service PAAS - Platform-as-a-Service StaaS - Storage as a Service DaaS - Desktop-as-a-service Anything-as-a-Service Slide 9 Rackspace Amazon EC2 - Amazon Elastic Computer Cloud Microsoft Azure Microsofts services Oracle SAP Slide 10 Amazon EC2 - scalability HP/Microsoft: Enterprise Public Cloud Private Cloud with Public Cloud failover Integrated Cloud and research issues Slide 11 Review your company needs Email hosting Application services Sharepoint, Financial Apps, CRM, H/R Storage capacity Security Personal Identifiable Information (PII), HIPPA Current IT demand/ Future demand Slide 12 Slide 13 Company wants to maintain environment within the company network and maintains responsibility Cost to move to the public cloud Current infrastructure already in place Slide 14 SaaS: Software as a Service. eg. google doc/group, Microsoft cloud services, iCloud? PaaS: Platform as a Service. Amazon EC2 Windows 2008 $0.12/hr (server license included) IaaS: Infrastructure as a Service, CU UIS hosted by host.com. Vmware supports IaaS StaaS: Storage as a Service. Carbonite ($59/yr), Amazon S3 (0.14/GB, month; 0.01/1000reqs) Slide 15 VM virtual machine Three 9s or four 9s high availability Clustering shared resources Fault Tolerant-redundancy fail-over MTTR Mean Time to Recover MTBF Mean Time between failures SLA Service Level Agreements Slide 16 16 Traditional Architecture Virtual Architecture Slide 17 Slide 18 Slide 19 Hardware cannot support, legacy. Security concerns Management approval Responsibility 19 Slide 20 Elastic Amazon EC2 enables you to increase or decrease capacity within minutes, not hours or days. You can commission one, hundreds or even thousands of server instances simultaneously. controlled with web service APIs, application can automatically scale itself up and down depending on its needs. Slide 21 Security in depth - Firewalls active checking packets, - Network security isolation, intrusion detection, - virtual private network VLAN - Application security - Security review annual Slide 22 Company COOP or backup New and Critical applications Consolidation of hardware or remote sites Hardware/software replacement Slide 23 Amazon Free Virtual Machine limited to MB iCloud/Google Drive/Microsoft Skydrive Google Docs Pixlr.com online graphics editing EverNote online notebook, Sign Up Genius / punchbowl.com(Party Planning) Slide 24 Are you in the cloud yet? Questions? Ed Duguid www.iduguid.com Email with subject: MACE Cloud [email protected]

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