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  • What is Azure?FlexibleWindows Azure is now more flexible then ever beforeWindows Azure helped pioneer the concept of Platform as a ServiceIt provides a rich set of managed services enabling you to compose applications. We’re now making those services richer. We have infrastructure as a service. Including the ability to host and deploy durable virtual machines in the cloud running both Windows and LinuxOpenSome of you maybe surprised to hear Linux at a Microsoft conference.Our support of linux is just one example of how we’re embracing openness in a fundamental new way. With the June release we are supporting more operating systems, more languages, and more open protocolsReleasing all of the Azure SDKs on GitHub under an open source license. SummaryWe believe the end result is truly a unique modelYou can now use both platform as a service and infrastructure as a service *together*You can now use the best of the Microsoft ecosystem and the best of the open source ecosystem *together*Enabling you to build better and more scalable solutions.

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  • 1. Data storage in the CloudBogdan Mustață, Team Leader, Levi9
  • 2. AgendaIntro to cloud computingWindows AzureAzure StorageToolsDemoQ&A
  • 3. Azure a new super hero incloud computing :)
  • 4. Intro to cloud computing“Cloud computing is the use of computingresources (hardware and software) thatare delivered as a service over anetwork.“
  • 5. Key characteristicsPay-per-use (no commitment)Elastic capacity – scale up/down on demandSelf-service interfaceResources are abstracted / virtualized
  • 6. Cloud Computing
  • 7. Public Clouds Platforms – IaaS &PaaSAmazon (AWS) 2004Amazon (EC2) 2006Heroku 2007Google (GAE) 2008Windows Azure 2010AppHarbor 2011OpenShift by Red Hat 2011 (open-source)Cloud Foundry by VMWare 2011 (open-source)
  • 8. Windows AzureComprehensive setof services thatenable you to quicklybuild, deploy andmanage applicationsacross a globalnetwork of Microsoft-managed datacenters
  • 9. Windows Azure
  • 10. Azure StorageStorage in the CloudScalable, durable, and availableAnywhere at anytime accessOnly pay for what the service usesExposed via RESTful Web ServicesUse from Windows Azure ComputeUse from anywhere on the internet
  • 11. Azure Storage
  • 12. Table Storage Conceptssecondpriceresults
  • 13. Table Storage Details
  • 14. Table Storage LimitationsUp to 1MB per entityPartitionKey & RowKey (only indexed properties)Uniquely identifies an entityTimestampOptimistic ConcurrencyEach property is stored as a <name, typed value> pairNo schema stored for a tableProperties can be the standard .NET typesString, binary, bool, DateTime, GUID, int, int64, and double 8
  • 15. Table Storage LimitationsEntities in the same partition will be stored togetherAtomic multiple Insert/Update/Delete in same partition in asingle transactionEach partition can be served by a different storage nodeScale to meet the traffic needs of your table
  • 16. Table Storage PerformanceQuery1: PartitionKey == “query”and RowKey == timeStampQuery2: PartitionKey == “query”and RowKey > startTime andRowKey < endTimeQuery3: PartitionKey > “query1”and PartitionKey < “query2”Query4: Value == “2000”
  • 17. Tools – Azure Portalhttps://manage.windowsazure.com/
  • 18. Tools – Azure Storage Explorerhttp://azurestorageexplorer.codeplex.com/
  • 19. Demo
  • 20. Q&AContactMustață Bogdan, Team Leader, Levi9bmustata@yahoo.comhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/bogdanmustataLinkshttp://www.windowsazure.com/http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/develop/net/http://www.levi9.com/