“Driving Towards Cloud 2015: A Technology Vision to Meet the Demands of Cloud Computing Tomorrow”, this was the theme which the IDF post-lunch session for the Cloud presentation for year 2015 held by Stephen S. Pawlowski, a Senior Fellow at Intel. Pawlowski’s main responsibility at Intel, which is “pathfinding” made it possible to shape the Cloud Computing service within the next three years. The following are Pawlowski’s visions for cloud 2015.
Security and Privacy
Pawlowski’s main concern stated that security and privacy issues are the largest issues regarding cloud adoption. These are not just being hindrances to enterprising cloud but as well as among the consumers too. The points he drove at involved data location and who can modify them, aggregate and summarize them under different purposes. He further pointed out that there might be elite hackers able to get into the system thereby posing threats.
This concern focuses more on the datacenter growth. But Pawlowski emphasized that Intel’s power efficiency allows inter to optimize every single detail of its datacenter, making Intel the leading edge in the datacenter race for another ten or twenty year.
Growth Trends and Big Data
Pawlowski did not limit his presentation to the components of cloud computing, he also included the views regarding the changing trends about internet and connected devices users by 2015. He mentioned that an increase in the sensors like GPS and gyroscopes might become a threat to POV security because the storage can get attacked, harming the data themselves. Given these possibilities it is inevitable then that there would be a need for Big Data, as the future would need to have several real-time analytics from the rise of sensors in the field. Cloud 2015 will enable analysts to direct algorithms from the machine in large, unstructured data with inconsistent syntax and semantics.
Cloud 2015 is envisioned to have a variety of cloud workloads, thus the service can accommodate several hardware in its service
Client Sensitive Cloud 2015
There is only one basic reason for a need to have a client-aware cloud, the client will tell cloud something about him and cloud will respond in an appropriate straightforward manner. This way, the client’s taste for transistors and their features will remain robust, allowing Intel to sell cloud to them all the time.