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Chapter 1 – Introduction Dan C. Marinescu Cloud Computing: Theory and Practice. Chapter 1 1

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Contents ◼ ◼ ◼ ◼ ◼ Network-centric computing and network-centric content. Cloud computing. Delivery models and services. Ethical issues in cloud computing. Cloud vulnerabilities. Dan C. Marinescu Cloud Computing: Theory and Practice. Chapter 1 2

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Network-centric computing ◼ Information processing can be done more efficiently on large farms of computing and storage systems accessible via the Internet. Grid computing – initiated by the National Labs in the early 1990s; targeted primarily at scientific computing.  Utility computing – initiated in 2005-2006 by IT companies and targeted at enterprise computing.  ◼ ◼ The focus of utility computing is on the business model for providing computing services; it often requires a cloud-like infrastructure. Cloud computing is a path to utility computing embraced by major IT companies including: Amazon, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and others. Dan C. Marinescu Cloud Computing: Theory and Practice. Chapter 1 3

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Network-centric content ◼ ◼ Content: any type or volume of media, be it static or dynamic, monolithic or modular, live or stored, produced by aggregation, or mixed. The “Future Internet” will be content-centric. The creation and consumption of audio and visual content is likely to transform the Internet to support increased quality in terms of resolution, frame rate, color depth, stereoscopic information. Dan C. Marinescu Cloud Computing: Theory and Practice. Chapter 1 4

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