History and future of cloud storage 2014

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Information about History and future of cloud storage 2014

Published on May 8, 2014

Author: ReliantTechnology

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Are you interested in learning about the history and future of cloud storage? This new infographic from Reliant Technology will introduce you to the evolution of data storage over the years and provide information about the largest cloud players, like Google and Amazon.

Cloud Storge is defined as anything that involves delivering hosted services over the internet THE HISTORY AND FUTURE OF CLOUD STORAGE Sold on demand by the minute or by the hour. Fully Managed by the Provider. Elastic - A user can have as much or as little of the service as they want. The first digital storage is introduced to the world when Herman Hollerith used a punch card to record and read data for the 1890 census. International Business Machines, IBM, forms after several businesses combine that did computing, tabulating and recording. Drum Memory was the precursor to the modern hard drive platter, invented by Gustav Tauschek, it was widely used in the 50s and 60s as computer memory. It could hold 10 kilobytes of data. The 5.25” floppy disk was the first mass-produced consumer storage device. It was used for saving documents but also for loading operating systems. It could hold 1.2 MB of storage. EMC begins to market the first private cloud, whereby storage devices are used at an organizational level. Egan and Marino, college roommates, fund their new company by selling furniture. Steve Jobs at Apple introduces the Macintosh computer. The world of personal storage is born. By 1985, the average cost of a gigabyte of storage is $105,000. 400 KB of storage. The average cost of a GB of storage is $105,000. Now we’re talking Gigabytes! In 1980 IBM introduces the I3380. The price tag: $142,200. 2.52 gigabytes of storage, the equivalent of 2,500 floppy disks. The average cost of a GB of storage was around $437,500. NetApp is founded by David Hitz, James Lau and Michael Malcolm. The average cost of one gigabyte is around $10,000. Zip Drives are introduced. It quickly replaced floppy disks and was ideal for large documents and graphic design files. 100 MB of storage, the equivalent of 100 floppy disks. The average cost of one gigabyte is $1,120. The Seagate Barracude is the first 7200 RPM drive, a standard speed in most drives today. Holds 2.5 GB of storage. IBM DiskOnKey is introduced, the first thumb drive. This quickly replaced floppy and zip disks and started the movement towards flash storage. 8 MB. The average costof one gigabyte is $11.00. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is launched as a public beta of elastic compute cloud, running Microsoft Windows and SQL Servers. Google introduces Google Docs, similar to Microsoft Word, which allows users to create, edit and collaborate on documents online. Dropbox is introduced as a file hosting service, offering cloud storage, file syncing and client software. The introduction of personal storage drives further interest into cloud services on the corporate level. Solid-State Drive is introduced. With no moving and parts and less physical space, SSDs are now the way we store digital media. 64 GB, or roughly 54,613 floppy disks. Google introduces Google Cloud Storage, an online file storage web service for accessing data on Google’s infrastructure. The average cost of one gigabyte is around $0.09. Larry Ellison of Oracle laid out his cloud vision of renting out Oracle apps on a subscription basis, known as Software as a Service (SaaS). Verizon and VMware unveil an enterprise-class hybrid cloud solution that enable enterprises to move their applications to the cloud more quickly without compromising security or performance. Amazon’s S3 (Simple Storage Service) is an online file storage web service. The cost of one gigabyte is about $1. By definition, cloud storage is Here’s a look back on the history of digital and cloud storage. GB SSDs 1890 1960s1976 1979 1980 1992 1994 1996 20002002 2004 20072008 2010 2014 2006 1984 1924 $1 Cloud Computing can best be understood in terms of 3 entities SQL A price war evolves. With little differentiation between product, companies like Yahoo, Google, Microsoft and Amazon fight to offer more storage for cheaper. Companies offer storage for next to nothing, as a way to position and sell their software and services and attract users. The cost of one gigabyte is, well, FREE. Visit us online at www.Reliant-Technology.com Call 877.227.0828 Follow us on Twitter: @GoReliant Private/Enterprise Cloud Public Cloud Hybrid Cloud A marketing term for a proprietary computing architecture that provides hosted services to a limited number of people behind a firewall (Source: techtarget.com) The major players are: HP/3PAR, Oracle, IBM, CISCO and VMware. Other companies that play a role are EMC, FalconStor, Fusion-IO and NetApp. A set of computers and computer network resources based on the standard cloud computing model, in which a service provider makes resources, such as applications andstorage, available to the general public over the Internet. The major players are: Google, Microsoft Azure, Amazon, Facebook and Twitter. Other companies that play a role are Salesforce and Yahoo. A hybrid cloud is a cloud computing environment in which an organization provides and manages some resources in-house and has others provided externally The major players are: Verizon, Rackspace and Terremark. Organization PublicIn-House 1 2 3 The Future © 2013 Reliant Technology, Inc. All rights reserved. Reliant Technology as well as the respective logo is a registered trademark of Reliant Technology, Inc. All other company names, products and services used herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. The information published herein is subject to change without notice. This publication is for informational purposes only, without representation or warranty of any kind, and Reliant Technology shall not be liable for errors or omissions with respect to this publication. The only warranties for Reliant Technology are those that are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services, if any. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting any additional warranty.

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