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On Cloud Computing: The Dominance and Governance on The Computing Landscape By Shang-Sheng Jeng March 22 2010

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Baseline Consideration: A New Dimension: Cyberspace A New Identity: Cybog A New Relationship and Asset

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Baseline Consideration: Information  Intelligence  Instruction This is a Competitive World From Profitability to Survivability Computing Paradigm Shift The Next Thirty Years of World

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"The principal need article to decimate for tanks is not the adversary but rather the counter tank weapons." " The will to survival"

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Presentation Objectives: Offensive: To Manipulate the "Distributed computing" Landscape Opportunity & Capability To Balance the "Distributed computing" Competition IBM (Oracle+Sun), Google (MS+Yahoo) To Dominate the Government Cloud in Taiwan and China To Lead the Reform of "Programming Industry"

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Presentation Objectives: Defensive: Make Taiwan\'s Computer Industry make due in Computing Paradigm Shift Take the monetary and mechanical advantage for Taiwan\'s Cloud Computing Users (Institutional or Personal) Minimize the lost of Taiwan\'s product industry Find a Way to Keep Taiwan\'s Software Industry Survive

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Content 1. Inceptions 2. Players 3. Patterns 4. Reaction

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1. Beginnings 1.1 Industry Restructuring 1.2 Technology Maturity 1.3 Issue, Innovation and Competition

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1.1 Industry Restructuring (old, vertical) Network CISCO Server Sun Micro, HP DB Oracle Services IBM Business SAP

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1.1 Industry Restructuring (now, coordination) Market Overlapping Market Saturation Requirement Dynamics and Technology Complexity pushed Outsourcing (for clients) and M&A (for suppliers)

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1.2 Technology Maturity Producer Processing Communication Storage Consumer Web based Services Architecture Clustering, Grid, Data Center

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1.3 Issue, Innovation, and Competition Open Source Movement Software as a Service  Hardware, Infrastructure, Platform, as a Service Web 2.0 Push Concept of Utility Computing (Nicholas Carr, "IT doesn\'t Make a difference", "Huge Switch")

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1.3 Issue, Innovation, and Competition Data as Asset Biz Model Prosumer (maker as shopper and the other way around) Biz Model SOA & Event-driven Computing (C4KISR, SOA-R, Cloud Computing) Functional Cloud Integrated Service (illustration: Chiang\'s remembrance pages)

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Web 2.0 Push The Characteristics of Web 2.0 Virtual Disk Xdriver, iDisk Note BuzzWord Blogger WordPress FeedReader Rojo, Bloglines Photo Flickr, Photobucket Video YouTube, Joost

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Web 2.0 Push eMail gmail. Hotmail iPhone skype Social network MySpace, Facebook Virtual ID Second Life, World of Warcraft

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2. Player 2.1 Type 1 Service: Serve to Government and Large Institutions 2.2 Type 2 Service: Serve to Mass Individual User, and Small Business 2.3 Type 3 Service: Serve for Special Purpose

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2.1 Type 1 Player Oriented IBM* (Key Player) Oracle EMC HP SAP

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IBM Outsourcing Service: Applications Outsourcing, Business Process Outsourcing, IT Outsourcing and Hosting Service Science Mainframe Computer and Services Integrated Datacenter (GIE)

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IBM Blue Cloud Almaden Research Center: Xen, PowerVM, Linux, Hadoop File System (Open Source) Tivoli, DB2, WebSphere, x86 Blade (Cash Cow)

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Services Sciences Customer Insights Social Analytics Services Software Engineering Systems Management and Service Management Social Simulation

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Service Science Service Science, Management, and Engineering IBM System Journal, Volume 47, Number 1, 2008

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IBM Penetration IBM Software Available Pay-As-You-Go on EC2 Monday, February 23, 2009

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Oracle Business OnLine Siebel Sun Micro: Java, Virtual On-interest Data Center, Blackbox

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EMC VMware, Pi, Smarts, Berkeley Data Systems, Mozy

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2.2 Type 2 Player Oriented Amazon Google* (Key Player) Salesforce Microsoft Yahoo

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Amazon Redundant Resources Services as a control apparatus Amazon Web Services (AWS): Simple Storage Service (S3), Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Simple Queuing Service, SimpleDB

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Google Enterprise Cloud and Consumer Cloud Google App Engine Google File System, Map/Reduce, Chubby, BigTable 。

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Salesforce Software as a Service, Platform as a Service AppExchange: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Content Management (ECM) First abundance 100M organization of just cloud sort administrations

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, Exchange Online, Office Communications Online Windows Live, Office Live, Xbox Live

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Yahoo Hadoop Core (Open Source): a subproject of Apache

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2.3 Type 3 Player Oriented Trend Micro Panda Cloud Antivirus PRC

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Trend Micro Security Cloud Smart Protection Network, In-the-Cloud administration

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Panda Cloud Antivirus Light, Secure, Ease CloudAntivirus.exe (19,014,048 byte, May 10 2009) it have to uninstall Norton 360.

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3. Patterns 3.1 What is Cloud Computing 3.2 For Type 1 Oriented Cloud Computing 3.3 For Type 2 Oriented Cloud Computing 3.4 For Type 3 Oriented Cloud Computing 3.5 McKinsey\'s Recent Findings (April 2009) 3.6 Forrester\'s Opinions (April 13 2009) 3.7 US Government IT Spending

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Trends 3.8 The US Cyber Challenge

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3.1 What is Cloud Computing Defined by Reliable, Adaptable, Distributed Systems Lab , UC Berkeley (RAID, RISC) (support: Sun, Google, Microsoft) NIST Open Cloud Manifesto

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What is Cloud Computing? A Berkeley View of Cloud Computing (Feb 2009) Old thought: Software as a Service (SaaS) Def: conveying applications over the Internet Recently: "[Hardware, Infrastrucuture, Platform] as an administration" Poorly characterized so we stay away from all "X as an administration"

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What is Cloud Computing? (Berkeley) Utility Computing: pay-as-you-go figuring Illusion of unending assets No in advance cost Fine-grained charging (e.g. hourly)

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Spectrum of Clouds (Berkeley) Lower-level, Less administration Higher-level, More administration EC2 Azure AppEngine Force.com 39 Instruction Set VM (Amazon EC2, 3Tera) Bytecode VM (Microsoft Azure) Framework VM Google AppEngine, Force.com

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A Working Definition of Cloud Computing (NIST) Cloud processing is a compensation for every utilization model for empowering helpful, on-interest system access to a mutual pool of configurable and solid figuring assets (e.g., systems, servers, stockpiling, applications, benefits) that can be quickly provisioned and discharged with insignificant shopper administration exertion or administration supplier connection.

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A Working Definition of Cloud Computing (NIST) The cloud model is involved five key qualities, three conveyance models, and four organization models.

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5 Key Cloud Characteristics On-interest self-administration Ubiquitous system access Resource pooling Rapid flexibility Pay per use

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3 Cloud Delivery Models Cloud Software as a Service ( SaaS ) –Use supplier\'s applications over a system Cloud Platform as a Service ( PaaS ) Deploy client made applications to a Cloud Infrastructure as a Service ( IaaS ) Rent preparing, capacity, system limit, and other crucial registering assets

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3 Cloud Delivery Models To be considered "cloud" they should be sent on top of cloud base that empowers the key qualities

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4 Cloud Deployment Models Private cloud undertaking claimed or rented Community cloud shared base for particular group Public cloud Sold to people in general, uber scale framework Hybrid cloud structure of two or more mists

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4 Cloud Deployment Models Two sorts: inward and outside (my sentiment)

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Common Cloud Characteristics (NIST) Cloud figuring regularly influences: Massive scale Virtualization Free programming Autonomic processing Multi-tenure Geographically dispersed frameworks Advanced security innovations

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What is Cloud Computing The Open Cloud Manifesto The key attributes of the cloud are the capacity to scale and arrangement figuring power powerfully in a cost effective manner and the capacity of the customer (end client, association or IT staff) to take advantage of that force without managing the fundamental multifaceted nature of the innovation. The cloud design itself can be private (facilitated inside an association\'s firewall) or open (facilitated on the Internet).

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The Goals of an Open Cloud Choice Flexibility Speed and Agility Skills

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Choice (antilock-in) As an association picks a supplier or design or use show, an open cloud will make it simple for them to utilize an alternate supplier or engineering as the business 5 environment changes. In the event that the association needs to change suppliers due to new organizations, obtaining, client solicitations or government controls, they can do as such effectively. On the off chance that the association sends a private cloud, they can pick between suppliers as they amplify their ability and/or practical capacities. Assets that would have been spent on a troublesome relocation can rather be spent on development.

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Flexibility (bury correspondence and operation) No matter which cloud supplier and design an association uses, an open cloud makes it simple for them to work with different gatherings, regardless of the possibility that those different gatherings pick diverse suppliers and models. An open cloud will make it simple for associations to interoperate between various cloud suppliers.

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Speed and Agility (open interface) One of the worth suggestions of distributed computing is the capacity to scale equipment and programming as required. Utilizing open interfaces permits associations to fabricate new arrangements that coordinate open cloud

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