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Over 60 CIOs and Tech Leaders attended the #GoCloudWebinar on “AGILE INFRASTRUCTURE WITH WINDOWS AZURE” hosted by Aditi Technologies and Microsoft. Our CTO, Wade Wegner and Microsoft Azure ...

Over 60 CIOs and Tech Leaders attended the #GoCloudWebinar on “AGILE INFRASTRUCTURE WITH WINDOWS AZURE” hosted by Aditi Technologies and Microsoft. Our CTO, Wade Wegner and Microsoft Azure solution specialist, Dina Frandsen discussed how Windows Azure Infrastructure Services (WAIS) can help organizations stay agile and what Windows Azure technology environment looks like and what it means to your organization.

We Explored
1. How IT teams can execute fast and stay lean with WAIS – A case study
2. Which enterprise workloads are best suited of WAIS migration
3. What are the best practices on how to plan, execute, deploy WAIS

Download this slidedeck and Sign up with the below link for viewing the Webinar - http://www.aditi.com/webevent/Agile_Infrastructure_with_WAIS/

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    Agile Infrastructure with Windows Azure Agile Infrastructure with Windows Azure Presentation Transcript

    • 1 08.28.2013
    • 22 AGENDA  Dina Frandsen: Overview of the Microsoft Cloud  Wade Wegner: Scenarios and Workloads on WAIS  Offers & Opportunities Today’s Call
    • 3 OVERVIEW OF THE MICROSOFT CLOUD
    • 4 WHAT IS CLOUD?
    • 5 WHY CONSIDER THE CLOUD?
    • 6 CLOUD INNOVATION PRESENTS CHALLENGES
    • 7
    • 8 Identity Virtualization Data Platform Development DevOps and mgmt
    • 9
    • 10 1
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    • 14 WINDOWS AZURE DELIVERS
    • 15 WINDOWS AZURE BY THE NUMBERS
    • 16 ₩ ¥ € руб $ $ £ $ Rp TL chf kr kr $R $ $
    • 17 MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES: WHAT YOU MANAGE Applications Development & Runtime Kernels Databases Security, Management, Load Balancing & Integration Logical Servers, Storage Virtualization OS Server Hardware Networking, Utilities, Physical PRIVATE (On-Premise) Applications Development & Runtime Kernels Databases Security, Management, Load Balancing & Integration Logical Servers, Storage Virtualization OS Server Hardware Networking, Utilities, Physical Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Applications Development & Runtime Kernels Databases Security, Management, Load Balancing & Integration Logical Servers, Storage Virtualization OS Server Hardware Networking, Utilities, Physical Platform as a Service (PaaS) YouManage YouManage YouManage ManagedbyVendor ManagedbyVendor Applications Development & Runtime Kernels Databases Security, Management, Load Balancing & Integration Logical Servers, Storage Virtualization OS Server Hardware Networking, Utilities, Physical Software as a Service (SaaS) YouConfigureManagedbyVendor Higher Cost, Less Agility Lower Cost, Agile
    • 18 SCENARIOS & WORKLOADS FOR WINDOWS AZURE
    • 1919 WHO AM I?  Chief Technology Officer at Aditi Technologies  Formerly a Windows Azure Technical Evangelist at Microsoft  Blog: http://www.wadewegner.com/  Twitter: http://twitter.com/WadeWegner  Github: https://github.com/wadewegner
    • 20 SCENARIOS & WORKLOADS Scenarios  Identity Modernization  Disaster Recovery  Development & Test Product Workloads  Active Directory  SQL Server  SharePoint
    • 21 IDENTITY
    • 2222 IDENTITY  Regardless of your intended use of the cloud, identity is always the first thing that you need to figure out when moving to the cloud. Cornerstone to the Cloud
    • 2323 IDENTITY Active Directory Options On-Premises VM w/ AD on Azure IaaS
    • 2424 IDENTITY  Business drivers  Support pre-requisites for other Applications or Services  Serve as substitute or failover for branch-office/HQ domain controllers  Serve as primary authentication for cloud only data center Why Active Directory on WAIS?
    • 2525 IDENTITY  Is it safe to virtualize DCs?  Placement of the Active Directory database (DIT)  Optimizing your deployment for traffic and cost  Read-Only DCs (RODC) or Read-Writes?  Global Catalog or not?  Trust or Replicate?  IP addressing and name resolution  Geo-distributed cloud-hosted DCs Considerations
    • 2626 IDENTITY Domain Controller On-Premises Contoso.com Active Directory Contoso.com Active Directory Load Balancer Public IP
    • 2727 IDENTITY Domain Controller in the Cloud Contoso.com Active Directory Contoso.com Active Directory AD Auth Load Balancer Public IP
    • 2828 IDENTITY Active Directory Cloud Only Load Balancer Public IP Contoso.com Active Directory AD Auth Extranet Active Directory fabrikam.com
    • 29 DISASTER RECOVERY
    • 3030 DISASTER RECOVERY  Design for Failure => Cloud Outages Happen  Compose with the proper building blocks  Infrastructure abstractions  Automation  Architectural options to mitigate failure  Fault tolerance  Design incorporating redundancy and replication  High availability  Disaster recovery Considerations
    • 3131 DISASTER RECOVERY  Disaster recovery is about preparing for and recovering from a disaster.  Hardware or software  Network or power outage  Physical damage to a building  Human error  … or something else!  Invest time and resources to plan, prepare, rehearse, document, train, and update processes to deal with events.  Continual process of analysis and improvement What is Disaster Recovery?
    • 32 DISASTER RECOVERY SLAs  99% availability = 3.65 days of downtime  99.5% = 1.83 days of downtime  99.9% = 8.76 hours of downtime  99.95% = 4.38 hours of downtime  99.99% = 53 minutes of downtime  99.999% = 5.26 minutes of downtime Compounding SLAs  Windows Azure Compute (2 instances) = 99.95%  SQL Azure = 99.9%  Windows Azure Storage = 99.9%  Total SLA  4.38 hours + 8.76 hours + 8.76 hours  21.9 hours  Target: 99.75%
    • 3333 DISASTER RECOVERY Options
    • 34 DISASTER RECOVER: COLD  Only provisioned environment is primary.  Not good if rapid recovery is required.  Slow to replicate data to other cloud.  Slow to bring database to an operational state.
    • 35 DISASTER RECOVERY: WARM  Database replicated in secondary but all traffic going to primary.  Generally a recommended DR solution  Minimal additional cost  Allows fairly rapid recovery
    • 36 DISASTER RECOVER: HOT  Parallel deployment with all servers running but all traffic going to primary.  Atypical. Very high additional cost.  Allows rapid recovery but not significantly faster than “warm” configuration.
    • 37 DISASTER RECOVERY: HIGHLY AVAILABLE  Live/Live configuration. May use geo-targeting services to direct traffic to regional load balancers.  Possible, but costly.  Provides high availability, but complex to implement and manage.
    • 38 DEVELOPMENT & TEST
    • 3939 DEVELOPMENT & TEST  True cloud economics. Pay by the minute.  No hardware to purchase.  No staff to configure the environment.  No floor space or energy costs.  Automation.  Agility  Deploy and configure environments in minutes.  No procurement.  Reduce capital expenditures and maintenance costs.  Optimize utilization of existing hardware.  Provisioned (and de-provisioned) as many machines as you need in minutes.  Global footprint and access. Opportunities
    • 4040 DEVELOPMENT & TEST  Create a development and test sandbox in minutes.  Develop Windows Server or Linux applications on Virtual Machines.  Script to completely automate deployment.  Test load or scalability.  Accelerate SharePoint or SQL development.  Connect securely from anywhere.  Upload your virtual hard disk. Advantages to Cloud
    • 41 APPLICATION WORKLOADS
    • 4242 APPLICATION WORKLOADS Active Directory On-Premises VM w/ AD on Azure IaaS
    • 4343 APPLICATION WORKLOADS  Supported versions: 2012, 2008 R2, 2008  Provisioning: Use existing VM images or bring your own  Licensing: Pay by the hour or migrate existing licenses SQL Server SQL Server (IaaS) Windows Azure SQL Database (PaaS) Development Migrate Existing Apps Develop New Apps Management Full Control Managed Service Compatibility Full SQL Server Capabilities Based on SQL Server Technology
    • 4444 APPLICATION WORKLOADS SharePoint
    • 4545 APPLICATION WORKLOADS  SharePoint for Internet Sites (FIS)  Public facing, anonymous access sites  Developer, Test and Staging Environments  Quickly provision and un-provision entire environments  Hybrid Applications  Applications that span your data center and the cloud  Disaster Recovery  Quickly recover from a disaster, only pay for use SharePoint
    • 46 OFFERS & OPPORTUNITIES
    • 4747 OFFERS Windows Azure Offers
    • 4848 OPPORTUNITIES  Along with a Windows Azure commitment to Windows Azure, Aditi will provide an onsite cloud expert for a 3 or 7-day Cloud Workshop.  The key objectives are knowledge transfer and hands-on experience.  With the 7-day cloud workshop we also focus on pilots and prototypes.  Additional workshops:  Core Infrastructure  Disaster Recovery  Identity Modernization  SQL Server DR & HA  SharePoint Migration  Development & Test Aditi Cloud Infrastructure Workshop
    • 49 Web | Blog | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn