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Learn about cloud computing technology basics:

Cloud computingThe name cloud computing was inspired by the cloud symbol that is often used to represent the Internet in flow charts and diagrams.

What is Cloud Computing?

How cloud computing can be used to manage business efficiently?

  • Any situation in which computing is done in a remote location (out in the clouds)  rather than on your desktop or laptop or mobile phone, or any portable device.   Cloud commuting means tapping into that computing power over an Internet connection.  The Cloud can quickly scale to hundreds of servers to make resources available as they're needed.  The Cloud hosting users (customers) need not worry about buying new hardware to meet increasing traffic demands, or huge traffic spikes.

  • Cloud Computing services are broadly divided into three categories:

  • Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).
    A host of providers including Amazon (AMZN), Salesforce.com (CRM), IBM (IBM), Oracle (ORAL), and Microsoft are helping corporate clients use the Internet to tap into everything from extra server space to software that helps manage customer relationships. Assigning these computing tasks to some remote location—rather than, say, a desktop computer, handheld machine, or a company's own servers—is referred to collectively as cloud computing.

  • A private cloud using IBM's Blue Cloud software and services, which turns a corporate data center into its own cloud. Since a private corporate cloud is blocked off from the Internet with firewalls, it provides a level of security.

Positioning SaaS

  • What's the differences between SaaS (Software as a Service) and Cloud Computing?

    • Cloud Computing is a framework and SaaS is a specific implementation in this framework.  For instance, you can use only the cloud Infrastructure (IaaS) and build your own application on top of it or go higher up in the stack and use the Platform (PaaS) - cloud based Windows / Linux / Unix servers to build the application or go even further up the value chain and use a software (SaaS) - Salesforce.com, GoogleApps, Microsoft BPOS, etc.

  • Cloud computing is a set of pooled computing resources delivered over the Internet. The Cloud delivers a hosting environment that does not limit an ERP application to a specific set of computer hardware (resources), such as server. Depending on the platform, an application can scale dynamically and increase its share of resources on-the-fly.

  • The software industry is now not selling using shrink-wrap box.  Increasingly software is not an installed product but an on-demand service delivered across the internet in your browser.  This is referred as SaaS or Software As A Service.  The line separating SaaS and 'web application' is getting blurred.

  • Example of SaaS:

    • ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) - NetSuite, Intacct, Intuit QuickBooks On Demand, etc.

    • Internet Telephony: Skype, Vonage, etc.

    • CRM & Fulfillment: Salesforce, SAP OnDemand, Microsoft Titan, RightNow, Sibel CRM OnDemand, entellium, Ordermotion, etc.

Cloud computing:

  • Microsoft is offering cloud-based operating system in India:  THE world’s largest software maker Microsoft on Monday made its cloud-based operating system commercially available for Indian users. The computer power on Windows Azure, a cloud-based operating system hosted in Microsoft’s data centers, will be available at $0.12 on an hourly basis, while storage on Azure will cost enterprises $0.15 per GB on a monthly basis. The web edition of its database service SQL Azure will be available at about $10 per month for up to 1 GB. The business edition of its database service will be priced at about $100 per month for up to 10 GB of database per month. 

  •  For software-as-a-service, Microsoft has launched Microsoft Online Services, Office Web Apps, Microsoft Hosted Dynamics, Office Communication online and SharePoint online in November last year. For infrastructure-as-a-service, Microsoft had launched its offerings via Reliance ADAG, Netmagic last year. The platform as a service stack was rolled out today as part of Windows Azure and SQL Azure launch.

  •  SAAS = Software as a Service.  On Demand, pay as you use.   Development as a service, use as a service, deliver as a service and when customers need - they pay as per the services used. No more hardware servers to manage, no special software license, no development language to learn - Just a browser and an internet connection.


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