Windows Azure Overview for IT Pros

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Windows Azure Overview for IT Pros. Isaias Martinez Consulting and Services Manager GLC MCDBA-MCSD-MCAD-SMA-MCT-PSeller. Intro to Cloud Computing Intro to Windows Azure Cloud Services Web Sites Virtual Machines Workload Options Manage & Hybrid. Agenda. Cloud Computing Patterns.
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Windows Azure Overviewfor IT ProsIsaias MartinezConsulting and Services ManagerGLCMCDBA-MCSD-MCAD-SMA-MCT-PSellerIntro to Cloud ComputingIntro to Windows AzureCloud ServicesWeb SitesVirtual MachinesWorkload OptionsManage & HybridAgendaCloud Computing PatternsInactivityPeriod On and OffCompute t
  • On & off workloads (e.g. batch job)
  • Over provisioned capacity is wasted
  • Time to market can be cumbersome
  • Growing FastCompute
  • Successful services needs to grow/scale
  • Keeping up w/ growth is big IT challenge
  • Cannot provision hardware fast enough
  • tUnpredictable BurstingCompute
  • Unexpected/unplanned peak in demand
  • Sudden spike impacts performance
  • Can’t over provision for extreme cases
  • tPredictable BurstingCompute
  • Services with micro seasonality trends
  • Peaks due to periodic increased demand
  • IT complexity and wasted capacity
  • tCloud ComputingIaaSPaaSSaaSInfrastructure-as-a-ServicePlatform-as-a-ServiceSoftware-as-a-ServicebuildconsumehostCloud Computing
  • Infrastructure
  • (as a Service)
  • Packaged Software
  • Platform
  • (as a Service)
  • Software
  • (as a Service)
  • You manage
  • ApplicationsApplicationsApplicationsApplicationsData
  • You manage
  • DataDataDataRuntimeRuntimeRuntimeRuntime
  • Managed by vendor
  • MiddlewareMiddlewareMiddlewareMiddleware
  • You manage
  • Managed by vendor
  • O/SO/SO/SO/SVirtualization
  • Managed by vendor
  • VirtualizationVirtualizationVirtualizationServersServersServersServersStorageStorageStorageStorageNetworkingNetworkingNetworkingNetworkingWindows AzureComprehensive set of services that enable you to quickly build, deploy and manage applications across a global network of Microsoft-managed datacentersFlexibleOpenSolidCloud servicesWeb sites Virtual machinesMedia servicesMobile servicesWindows Azure Instance Sizes
  • Variable instance sizes to handle complex workloads of any size
  • Medium
  • X-Large
  • Extra Small
  • Small
  • Large
  • $0.24 $0.96 $0.02 $0.12 $0.48 Per service hourPer service hourPer service hourPer service hourPer service hour
  • Unit of Compute Defined
  • Extra Small
  • Small
  • Medium
  • Large
  • X-Large
  • 8 x 1.6Ghz4 x 1.6Ghz 1 x 1.0Ghz2 x 1.6Ghz 1 x 1.6Ghz (high IO)(high IO) (low IO) (high IO)(moderate IO) 14 GB memory7.0 GB memory3.5 GB memory 1.75 GB memory
  • 768 MB memory
  • 20 GB storage
  • (instance storage)
  • 2040 GB (instance storage) 1000 GB storage(instance storage)490 GB storage(instance storage) 225 GB storage(instance storage) What about licensing?Windows ServerPer-hour license in the cloudMicrosoftApplicationsApplication License Mobility (SA)Per-hour license in the cloud (select few)External ApplicationsBased upon vendor and productService Level Agreements Availability set99.95% for multiple role instances4.38 hours of downtime per yearServer 2What’s includedCompute Hardware failure (disk, cpu, memory)Datacenter failures - Network failure, power failureHardware upgrades, Software maintenance – Host OS UpdatesServer 1What is not includedVM Container crashes, Guest OS UpdatesSLA 99.95Global FootprintAustraliaAustriaBelgiumBrazilCanadaChileColombiaCosta RicaCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkFinlandFranceGermanyGreeceHong KongHungaryIndiaIrelandIsraelItalyJapanKoreaLuxembourgMalaysiaMexicoNetherlandsNew ZealandNorwayPeruPhilippinesPolandPortugalPuerto RicoRomaniaRussiaSingaporeSpainSwedenSwitzerlandTrinidad & TobagoUKUnited StatesNew Countries:Algeria89countries and territoriesKuwaitLatviaLiechtensteinLithuaniaMacedoniaMaltaMontenegroMoroccoAzerbaijanNigeriaOmanPakistanPanamaParaguayQatarSaudi ArabiaSerbiaSlovakiaSloveniaSouth AfricaSri LankaTaiwanThailandTunisiaTurkeyUAEUkraineUruguayVenezuelaBahrainArgentinaBelarusBulgariaCroatiaDominican RepEcuadorEgyptEl SalvadorEstoniaGuatemalaIcelandIndonesiaJordanKazakhstanKenyaCloud ServicesWhat is a cloud service?What does a PaaSCloud Service deployment look like for an IT guy?Cloud Services, Roles, and InstancesWEB ROLEVM 3VM 2VM 1
  • Cloud Service is a…
  • Management
  • Configuration
  • Security
  • Networking
  • Service Model
  • boundary
  • ROLESINSTANCESWORKER ROLEVM…VM 5VM 4Virtual MachinesVirtual Machines are roles with exactly one instanceImplicit Cloud ServiceVM 1Cloud Services with Virtual MachinesMultiple Virtual Machines can be hosted within the same cloud service Cloud ServiceVM 2VM 1VM 3VM 4Multiple Cloud Services ConfigurationLBWEBAD/DC/DNSSQLAD 1Cloud Service 280/443VPN TunnelCorp UsersCloud Service 1OnPremAzurePaaS Cloud Service DeploymentDeploy App CodeConfigure NetworkServicePackageWindows Azure DatacenterDeploy App CodeConfigure Network Network Load Balancer Network load-balancer configured for trafficWindows Azure Datacenter Network Load BalancerWindows Azure DatacenterThe Benefits of PaaSPaaS is fasterReason: There’s less work for developers to doBenefit: Applications can go from idea to availability more quicklyPaas is cheaperReason: There’s less admin and management work to doBenefit: Organizations spend less supporting applicationsPaaS is lower riskReason: The platform does more, leaving fewer opportunities for errorBenefit: Creating and running applications gets more reliableIaaS and PaaS – Better TogetherPaaSIaaSPhysicalVirtualSaaSWeb sitesFrom Gallery or Developer PackageWeb sitesreservedsharedsharedShared instances:-)1Web sitesreservedsharedsharedShared instances:-):-)2Web sitesreservedsharedreservedShared instancesRESERVED instance:-):-):-)10Web sitesreservedsharedreservedRESERVED instanceRESERVED instance:-):-)2Web sitesreservedsharedreservedRESERVED instanceRESERVED instance:-):-):-):-):-):-):-):-)2DEMOWindows Azure Web SitesGallery ImagesVirtual Machine PortabilityVMs with persistent DrivesVirtual machinesMicrosoftWindows Server 2008 R2SQL Server Eval 2012Windows Server 2012Biztalk Server 2013 BetaGallery Images AvailableOpen SourceOpenSUSE 12.2CentOS 6.3Ubuntu 12.04/12.10SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2PortabilityWindows AzureYour Data CenterPortabilityWindows AzureYour Data CenterPortabilityWindows AzureOther Service ProvidersYour Data CenterWindows AzureOther Service Providersno lock-inYour Data CenterVM with persistent driveWindows Azure StorageVM with persistent driveWindows Azure StorageVM with persistent driveWindows Azure StorageHighly Durable StorageVM with persistent driveGeo-Replicated StorageWESTDCEASTDC> 400 milescontinuous storage geo-replicationWindows Azure StorageDEMOGetting Started with Virtual MachinesWorkload OptionsWhat are the possibilities?Supported Windows Server ApplicationsSQL Server 2008SQL Server 2008 R2SQL Server 2012SharePoint 2010 & 2013Windows Server 2008 R2Windows Server 2012BizTalk 2010 & 2013System Center 2012http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2721672Hybrid solutions in Windows AzureENTERPRISECLOUDData SynchronizationSQL Data SyncApplication-Layer Connectivity & Messaging Service BusSecure Machine-to-Machine ConnectivityWindows Azure ConnectSecure Site-to-Site Network ConnectivityWindows Azure Virtual NetworkSharePoint Cloud Continuum
  • Value Prop:
  • Full h/w control – size/scale
  • Roll-your-own HA/DR/scale
  • SharePoint (On-premise)
  • Value Prop:
  • 100% of API surface area
  • Easy migration of existing apps
  • Roll-your-own HA/DR/scale
  • Value Prop:
  • Auto HA, Fault-Tolerance
  • Friction-free scale
  • Self-provisioning, mgmt. @ scale
  • SharePoint
  • SharePoint (IaaS)Office 365 (SaaS)COST-EFFICIENCY
  • Hosted SharePoint
  • SharePoint Service
  • CONTROLSample SharePoint Farm ConfigurationAppSvrSQLWFEAD/DC/DNSLBWFE1WAC1WAC2AD1AD1AD2WFE2SQL1APP1APP2Cloud SvcWFE380/443SQL2APPSDATADATAWFE4VPN TunnelOnPrem NetworkCloud SvcVirtual Network2013OnPremAzureAD running on IaaSContoso.com Active DirectoryExtranet Active DirectoryContoso Corp NetworkSQL ServersIIS ServersSite to Site VPN TunnelAD / DNSOn Premises ResourcesThe Virtual Networkin Windows AzureAD AuthS2S VPN DeviceAD / DNSSQL ServersIIS ServersLoad BalancerPublic IPExchangeGatewayManage + HybridWays to Manage Windows Azure+other Hybrid scenarios where System Center 2012 SP1 can connect to Windows AzureManage using existing ToolsWindows IntuneMacsX86/x64 Windows Server 2008 R2Windows RTWindows Phone 8VPN TunnelADiOSWindows Server 2012Windows Server 2008Windows Server 2003Windows Server 2012Windows Server 2012AndroidOnPremAzureInternetMonitor Windows Azure with SCOMIaaSTreat as normal server,including using a SCOM agentSystem Center Operations Manager+ Management Pack for Windows AzurePaaSMonitoring is agentless,use normal API and diagnostics for monitoringUse certs for authenticationSystem Center Integration with AzureMoveManageMonitorApp ControllerApp ControllerDPMOrchestratorApp ControllerAdvisorOperations ManagerOn-PremiseAzure IPAzure MPDEMODeploying HybridWindows Azure provides a comprehensive set of services that you can selectively compose to build your IT in the cloudSummaryGlobal Data Center Footprint99.95% Monthly SLA. Pay only for what you use.Flexible & Open Compute OptionsVirtual Machines, Web Sites, & Cloud ServicesIntegrate with OnPremManage workloads with your existing Tools
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