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Next Generation of Virtualization

Part 8 of 8

Moodle Team ID : 1054_003 OER Creation
S.Ebenezer Juliet , D.Kesavaraja , Chithra Devi & Gayathri Ru Va
Computer Science and Allied

Part 8

Source: Trends in Technology of cloud Computing ETRI



Market-based Systems = Self-managed and selfregulated systems.
• Manage
– Complexity
– Supply and Demand


• Enhance Utility




How do you separate Apple from

Saturday, Oct 2nd, 2010

A lot of Vendors
Competing Standards
Overlapping Solutions
Different Pricing Plans
Learning Curves
Various Caught-You’s
Cloud lock
Maintenance & Support

2010 DFW Cloud Computing Seminar


Current Situations:

Cloud Offerings

Many Cloud Offerings: Good, but new issues-“vendor lock in”,
“scaling” across clouds

Manjrasoft Aneka

5 Cloud Computing Statistics
You May Find Surprising
1. $150 Billion: The size of the Cloud Computing
Market by 2014
2. $750 Million: The Amount’s AWS
earn in 2013
3. 7/10: Companies using cloud services that will
move new applications to the cloud
4. 54%: Amount of respondents citing Security as
their top concern for transitioning to the cloud
5. 60%: Server workloads that will be virtualized
by 2014

Cloud Computing
Research Topics

• Ad-Hoc Clouds
• Specifying, Measuring and Understanding
High-Level Cloud Properties
• Harvesting Unused Resources
• An Experimental Laboratory in the Cloud
• Computational Group Theory with MapReduce
• Data migration in the cloud
• Socio-technical issues in cloud computing
• Measuring the cloud
• Social cloud computing

Cloud Computing
Research Topics

Mobile data archiving in the cloud
Abstractions of Cloud Computing
Cloud Security
Cloud Verification, Validation &Testing
(VVT) and Metrics
Constraint-Based Cloud Management
The Green Cloud
Denial of Service Issues in Cloud
Meeting highly dynamic variations in
demand effectively and efficiently

Cloud Applications

Commercial clouds

State Government Project


State Data Centres

Taluka & Block Level Government offices

Site Preparation & IT Infrastructure

Open Source Software's

Cloud Sim
Cloud Analyst

Using Cloud services


Cloud Computing for the Corporation

Managing Schedules
Managing Contact Lists
Managing Projects
Collaborating on Reports
Collaborating on Marketing Materials
Collaborating on Expense Reports
Collaborating on Budgets
Collaborating on Financial Statements
Collaborating on Presentations
Presenting on the Road
Accessing Documents on the Road

Key Benefits
• Price – Much cheaper to run
• Manageability – Tear down unused instances,
fire up
• Development – 100% open source
– No lock-in with Java or C#

• Faster implementation
– More innovation with Ruby than J2EE


• Cloud Connect with other systems.

1. Cloud Computing
2. Cloud Service Model
3. Virtualization and Cloud
4. Next Step Virtualization

5. Virtual Machine
6. VM Ware
7. Cloud Deployment

8. Benefits & Summary

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Good luck!