Module 3: Using Prominent Cloud Services

Slide 3:Using Google Web Services

google introduction

Slide 5:Google’s cloud computing services falls under two catagories.

  1. Through a set of popular applications offered to the general public, which include Google Docs, Google Health, Picasa, Google Mail, Google Earth etc
  2. Through Platform as a Service developer tools such as Google App Engine (GAE). It allows developers to create and deploy Web applications without worrying about managing the basic infrastructure requirements

Slide 6: Google Application Portfolio

  • Indexed search
  • The Dark Web
  • Aggregation
  • Disintermediation
  • Productivity applications and services 
  • Enterprise offerings
  • AdWords 
  • Google Analytics
  • Google Translate

Slide 7:Indexed search

Slide 9:The Dark Web

Slide 10:The Deep Web includes:

Slide 12:Aggregation

Slide 13:Disintermediation

Slide 14:Productivity Applications and Services

Slide 15:Enterprise Offerings

  • Google Commerce Search:
  • Google Site Search
  • Google Search Appliance(GSA):
  • Google Mini

Slide 17:AdWords

Slide 19:Google Analytics

Slide 20:Google Translate

Slide 21:GT and GAE 

  • Google Toolkit
  • Google APIs
  • Google App Engine

Slide 24:Exploring the Google Toolkit

  • AJAX APIs:
  • Android:
  • Google App Engine:
  • Google Apps Marketplace:
  • Google Gears:
  • Google Web Toolkit:
  • Project Hosting:

Slide. 26: Google APIs

  • Ads and AdSense:
  • AJAX:
  • Browser:
  • Data:
  • Geo:
  • Search:
  • Social:

Slide 29:Google App Engine (GAE)

slide 30 :GAE supports the following major features

Slide 35:Amazon Web Services

Slide 36:Amazon Web Service Components and Services

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2):

  • Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS)
  • Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS):
  • Amazon CloudWatch:
  • Auto Scaling
  • Elastic Load Balancing feature

Slide 37:Amazon Simple Storage System (S3):

AWS Import/Export

Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)

Amazon SimpleDB:

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS):

Amazon Cloudfront:

slide 40: Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

  • Amazon Machine Images
  • Pricing models
  • System images and software
  • Creating an account and instance on EC2

Slide 41:Working with the Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

slide 42:Instance and a machine image

slide 43:Amazon Machine Images

slide 44:Pricing models

slide 44:System images and software

slide 46:Creating an account and instance on EC2

slide 48: Amazon Storage Systems

  • Amazon Simple Storage System (S3)
  • Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)
  • CloudFront

slide 49:Working with Amazon Storage Systems

slide 54:Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS)

slide 58:CloudFront

slide 60: Amazon Database Services

  • Amazon SimpleDB
  • Amazon Relational Database Service

slide 61:Amazon Database Services

slide 62:Amazon SimpleDB

slide :65 Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)

slide 69:Choosing a database for AWS

  • Choose SimpleDB 
  • Use RDS
  • Select Amazon EC2/Relational Database AMI 

slide 70:Microsoft Azure Cloud Services


slide 72:Azure layers

Azure AppFabric



SQL Azure Database


Dynamics CRM

SharePoint Services

Windows Live Services

Slide 74:How does Microsoft Azure work (Diagram)

slide 75:

Defining Windows Azure Platform

  • Software plus Services approach
  • Azure Platform | Windows Azure service
  • Windows Azure AppFabric 
  • Azure Content Delivery Network
  • SQL Azure | Windows Azure pricing
  • Windows Live services

slide 76:Defining Windows Azure Platform

slide 77:Software plus Services approach 

slide 79:The Azure Platform

slide 82:The Windows Azure Service

  • Application
  • Compute
  • Storage
  • Fabric
  • Config
  • Virtual machines:

Slide 84:diagram

Slide 85:Windows Azure AppFabric


  • service orchestration
  • federated identity
  • access control
  • a namespace
  • service registry
  • a messaging fabric

  • Slide 87:App fabric Diagram
  • slide 90:How App fabric control Diagram

slide 91:Azure Content Delivery Network

slide 91:sql azure

slide 95:Windows Azure pricing

slide 96:Windows Live services

slide 98:Using Windows Live

  • Windows Live is based around five core services:
  • E-mail
  • Instant Messaging
  • Photos
  • Social Networking
  • Online Storage

slide 100:Windows Live Essentials

  • Live Essentials currently includes the following:
  • Family Safety
  • Windows Live Messenger
  • Photo Gallery
  • Mail
  • Movie Maker

slide101:Windows Live Home

slide 103:Windows Live for Mobile

slide 104:

  • Services includes:
  • Live Mesh Mobile
  • Windows Live Calendar Mobile
  • Windows Live Contacts Mobile
  • Windows Live Groups Mobile
  • Windows Live Home Mobile
  • Windows Live Messenger Mobile
  • Windows Live Office Mobile
  • Windows Live Profile Mobile
  • Windows Live SkyDrive Mobile
  • Windows Live Spaces Mobile

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