Cloud Computing © 2008 IBM Corporation 1 Cloud Computing From 30,000 Feet Fast growth of connected mobile devices Skyrocketing costs of power, space, maintenance,

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  • Cloud Computing 2008 IBM Corporation 1 Cloud Computing From 30,000 Feet Fast growth of connected mobile devices Skyrocketing costs of power, space, maintenance, etc. Advances in multi-core computer architecture Explosion of data intensive applications on the Internet The Cloud data center It starts with the premise that the data services and architecture should be on servers. We call it cloud computing they should be in a cloud somewhere. And that if you have the right kind of browser or the right kind of access, it doesnt matter whether you have a PC or a Mac or a mobile phone or a BlackBerry or what have you or new devices still to be developed you can get access to the cloud Dr. Eric Schmidt, Google CEO, August 2006
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  • Cloud Computing 2008 IBM Corporation 2 Cloud Computing and the New Enterprise Data Center Dynamic information delivery Accessed from anywhere Shared, optimized for traffic, scalable Web-centric Cloud Mission critical transactions Controlled access Optimized for security and integrity Enterprise Data Center Evolution to the New Enterprise Data Centre Request driven, dynamic provisioning Virtualized infrastructure for multiple workloads massively scalable Optimized for security, transactions, data integrity New Enterprise Data Center System z, System x, System p, BladeCenter
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  • Cloud Computing 2008 IBM Corporation 3 Clouds IBM Has Established To Date IBM Innovation Portal (Jan 2006) IBM/Google/NSF Partnership (Oct 2007) IBM Cloud Computing Center in Dublin (Mar 2008) Wuxi Cloud Computing Center (May 2008) iTricity Cloud Computing Center (June 2008) IBM Cloud Computing Center in Beijing (June 2008) IBM Cloud Computing Center in Johannesburg (June 2008)
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  • Cloud Computing 2008 IBM Corporation 4 Cloud Application Architectures Database Tier Scale-Out Web Server Tier Data Processing Tier Connected Clients Virtual Machine Cloud
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  • Cloud Computing 2008 IBM Corporation 5 Future Directions: Dealing with Multiple Clouds Programming models making them mainstream Transaction processing, etc. Security Ensuring proper levels of isolation and encrypted communication, in transition from completely isolated Clouds to public Clouds Interoperability Initially, Web Services/SOA and VM image standards Moving applications from one Cloud to another Management Tracking processes/workflows that run across boundaries
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  • Cloud Computing 2008 IBM Corporation 6 Thank You Dennis Quan (dennisq@us.ibm.com)

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