By Navin Sabharwal
Cloud ability administration is helping readers in realizing what the cloud, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS are, how they relate to potential making plans and administration and which stakeholders are focused on supplying worth within the cloud price chain. It explains the position of potential administration for a writer, aggregator, and patron of cloud providers and the way to provision for it in a 'pay as you utilize model'. This consists of a excessive point of abstraction and virtualization to facilitate speedy and on call for provisioning of prone. the normal IT provider types take a conventional technique whilst making plans for provider potential to supply optimal companies degrees which has large fee implications for carrier companies.
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Competitive analysis of competitive products is also an important source of input to the business demand. The future requirements from business demand come from analyzing the demand management and service portfolio. This analysis should offer detail concerning new processes and service requirements, changes, improvements, and also the growth in the existing services. A service portfolio primarily is comprised of three types of services: the service pipeline, existing services (from the service catalog) and retired services.
The focus of service capacity management is to identify and understand the cloud services, their use of resources, working patterns, peaks and troughs, to ensure that the services meet their SLA targets, so as to ensure that the services meet the required needs. In the cloud model, the services that the aggregator provides may come from multiple cloud vendors and thus the cloud aggregator aggregates various services and provides a combined service to the end consumer. Figure 5-9 broadly describes various service components.
Info Chapter 5 ■ Cloud Capacity Management Cloud Service Provider The service provided by the cloud provider can be any of the flavors (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS) and the cloud provider has to ensure that the capacity of services is available for use by the cloud consumers. The cloud provider measures the following key parameters to keep tabs on the capacity of the cloud service being offered and takes appropriate actions to ensure the service level agreements (or SLAs) are maintained and the services are available to service consumers: • Data collection and thresholds • Analysis of the current and future usage of the services • Roll ups of individual components which constitute the cloud service • Monitoring of SLAs • Workloads at various locations/datacenters • Proactive and reactive actions to enhance capacity.
Cloud Capacity Management by Navin Sabharwal