1 Cloud Computing and your increasingly off-shore info world A short talk for REACH With Shelly Drumm and Chrstine Kreger
2 I have no idea what you're talking about. Psst! You're probably already using it.
3 Gmail Yahoo! Mail Pix on Flickr, Facebook, Picasa Google Docs, Zoho, or Microsoft Office Live Blogspot or Wordpress.com Dropbox 69% of us were using the cloud in More now.
4 That's it?! Gmail? That's all there is to it? Well, since you asked... No. Not even close.
5 It's not unlike electricity
6 Different Kinds of Cloud Computing Software as a Service (SaaS) Google Docs Salesforce Dropbox, Carbonite (StaaS) Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) RackSpace Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS) Yahoo! Pipes
7 Not to mention... Public Cloud All resources provisioned over the net from 3rd parties Community Cloud Several organizations sharing infrastructure dynamically Hybrid Cloud Transitional? Could be web server is cloud hosted, database server in the building Private Cloud Is it really a cloud set up if it doesn't have all the benefits of the cloud?
8 Case Study: John C. Fremont Library The challenges: No unified system No shared calendaring 1 Decrepit web server running ILS 1 PT underpaid server guy Who graduated from HS and went to college No money; small staff
9 Solution1: Google Apps (SaaS) What they got Consistent, branded Shared calendaring Production and collaboration tools a la Microsoft Office suite What they spent $0 2 hours of staff time
10 Solution 2: RackSpace (IaaS) What they got Reliable servers Elasticity/Scaling Server professionals managing, updating their servers Stress reduction What they spent $20/month (pops up to $30 in the summer) $1500 a year for a tech consultant
11 Let's Do the Math Roll your own: Up in the cloud: Initial outlay Initial outlay Exchange Server: $500 Web Server: $400 +MS Office: $500 (?) $1400 $0 Annual costs Annual costs Jesse: $ year replacements: $150 +Software upgrades: $50 $220 0 Google Apps: RackSpace: +Consultant: 0 $0 $270 $500 $77
12 Other benefits Less stress More uptime Redundancy/backups Anytime/Anywhere access to docs, cal, Collaboration on docs
13 Other SaaSes Library specific LibLime hosted Koha (AspenCat) OCLC Webscale Management Service LibGuides Library-useful Postini Cloud backups Panda What are YOU using?
14 More on Benefits: Organizational More flexibility and nimbleness IT can focus on project planning, less on nuts and bolts Manage knowledge, not technology
15 More on Benefits: Economic More bang for buck Low barrier to entry Gives small orgs the "computing power of the big boys" No "idle hours"
16 More on Benefits: Technological Redundancy & Scalability on Demand Easier maintenance Security?
17 All those benefits! Sign me up! Of course, it's not all moonlight and roses.
18 Some Drawbacks Downtime is out of your control What if Google goes out of business? Shared infrastructure could lead to sluggish performance SLAs important! Data portability? Make sure of it! Privacy!
19 What Now? What Next? Rise of standards--http://tinyurl.com/cloudmanifesto Consolidation of providers Rise of cloud computing start-ups Rise of start-ups that rely on low barrier of entry First major Outages The cloud-based OS and the cloud-centered device Game changer
20 A hundred years ago, companies stopped generating their own power with steam engines and dynamos and plugged into the newly built electric grid. The cheap power pumped out by electric utilities didn t just change how businesses operate... It set off a chain reaction of economic and social transformations that brought the modern world into existence. Today, a similar revolution is under way. - Nicolas Carr, The Big Switch
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