Introduction to Microsoft Cloud Computing Offerings<br />Introduction to Microsoft Cloud Computing Offerings<br />David Wi...
FY10 Azure Overview Deck 2 of 4: Agenda<br />Industry - Microsoft’s Drivers<br />Competitive Trends<br />Industry Megatren...
Microsoft's Strategy<br />
Global Reach<br />Quincy, WA<br />San Antonio, TX<br />Chicago, IL<br />Dublin, Ireland<br />Iowa (soon)<br />Quincy<br />...
70 MW power
400 Gbs Network
20 global data centers
180 MW power
600 Gbs Network</li></li></ul><li>Microsoft Software + Services<br />Microsoft Azure Services Platform<br />
Microsoft Software + Services<br />
Azure Compute<br /><ul><li> REST & SOAP Interfaces
 Azure can also be accessed for logging and agents
 ASP.NET & C# .NET Development / Visual Studio
 SDK provides cloud testing runtime on local machine
Edge based deployment
Co-location deployment of solution components
Configurable GEO boundaries</li></ul>Developer <br />Services<br />VM<br />VM<br />Web<br />Role<br />Worker<br />Role<br ...
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Microsoft Software + Services Cloud Computing Overview. This 2nd video of 4 and it introduces the Microsoft Azure Services Platform. This includes the data center strategy, foundational services, developer services and platform as a service architecture.

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  • It&apos;s worth taking a minute to really focus in on identity because identity is such a core foundation of all applications, virtually every application except one providing reference information, virtually every application requires identity underneath it and identity as a foundation. What we&apos;re doing with the set of identity services in Windows Azure is providing you a consistent approach on a federated basis to use the identity providers that you already have. We&apos;ve learned a lot over the years, and we&apos;ve learned how important it is for you to be able to leverage the existing entity providers that are used within your organization, but then federate those together. This is a hard business problem. This is a hard thing for developers as they move into the cloud environment, and with .NET services, we&apos;re providing an environment that makes that simple to you. We have some new facilities that build on things like Active Directory, there&apos;s a project that&apos;s code-named Geneva that takes and enables this federation between heterogeneous, on-premises systems and the cloud, as well as an Active Directory connector that lets you connect your existing on-premises Active Directory up with the services that are in the cloud using the underlying access control mechanisms that exist within the on-premises environment. Overall, our goal is to make access control, claims-based access control as seamless as possible between the on-premises world and the cloud world.
  • We’re bringing together software and services to really create a complete experience across the phone, PC, and Web. We will deliver that with Windows 7, it&apos;s first and foremost by building on the core platform, the core OS platform of Windows 7. And with Windows 7, it too connects to software and services, whether it&apos;s the update service, the music meta-data service, or any of the assistance and online help that really connects to the core of Windows, every day, hundreds of millions of people around the world use the services from within Windows.And of course Windows is also a great services platform for experiencing the Web with Internet Explorer 8. So in addition to all the work that we did on standards, we also made it possible for developers to extend services to the PC platform using Internet Explorer, using some of the features that we&apos;ve been showing in Internet Explorer 8 beta 2, such as Web slices and accelerators. But software and services is all about choice and control of your experience. And we build on that with the Windows Live suite of essential software and Windows Live Services. And so Windows Live essentials is a set of rich applications that you can use to extend your PC experience to Web services. Some of these have previously been in Windows releases, and we&apos;ve brought them all together into one suite of software. And this software is optional and downloadable and you can connect to your own choice of services, or to the Windows Live services. So with Windows Live mail, you can use POP or IMAP or you can connect to Windows Live Hotmail and through that get a very rich experience with offline, synchronized contacts, synchronized calendars, and bring together your software and services experience to your PC so that you&apos;re in control of it. Windows Live services extends this even further by making those services available to you in your Web browser, in Internet Explorer, or any browser that you choose. And it brings together a set of services for mail, for Messenger, for contacting your friends, for sharing photos, for sharing information and blogging. And together, the Windows Live essentials and the Windows Live services represent this great opportunity for you to expand your PC experience to the Web and bring them all together in a software and services experience. And so we&apos;re already in beta 2 of Windows Live essentials, sorry, beta of Windows Live essentials and you can download that today as well. And over the coming months, we&apos;ll be showing the new Windows Live services as well. Together, this really represents what we think of as a complete communication and sharing experience across the phone, PC, and Web.
  • Transcript of "Fy10 Software + Services Cloud Overview 2 of 4"

    1. 1. Introduction to Microsoft Cloud Computing Offerings<br />Introduction to Microsoft Cloud Computing Offerings<br />David Williams<br />Strategy Advisor<br />Microsoft<br />
    2. 2. FY10 Azure Overview Deck 2 of 4: Agenda<br />Industry - Microsoft’s Drivers<br />Competitive Trends<br />Industry Megatrends<br />Enterprise 3.0<br />Microsoft Strategy - Overview of Azure<br />Azure Services Platform<br />Toolsets<br />MS On-line<br />MS Consumer Channels<br />Summary<br />
    3. 3. Microsoft's Strategy<br />
    4. 4. Global Reach<br />Quincy, WA<br />San Antonio, TX<br />Chicago, IL<br />Dublin, Ireland<br />Iowa (soon)<br />Quincy<br />Chicago<br />San Antonio<br />Dublin<br />2008<br />2009<br /><ul><li>13 global data centers
    5. 5. 70 MW power
    6. 6. 400 Gbs Network
    7. 7. 20 global data centers
    8. 8. 180 MW power
    9. 9. 600 Gbs Network</li></li></ul><li>Microsoft Software + Services<br />Microsoft Azure Services Platform<br />
    10. 10. Microsoft Software + Services<br />
    11. 11. Azure Compute<br /><ul><li> REST & SOAP Interfaces
    12. 12. Azure can also be accessed for logging and agents
    13. 13. ASP.NET & C# .NET Development / Visual Studio
    14. 14. SDK provides cloud testing runtime on local machine
    15. 15. Edge based deployment
    16. 16. Co-location deployment of solution components
    17. 17. Configurable GEO boundaries</li></ul>Developer <br />Services<br />VM<br />VM<br />Web<br />Role<br />Worker<br />Role<br />WCF<br />(Rest /Soap)<br />LINQ<br />Azure Storage<br />64B WS2008<br />64B WS2008<br />Hypervisor<br />Windows Azure<br />* Dynamic updates to OS while app is running<br />
    18. 18. Azure Storage<br />Blobs: Hierarchal binary data<br />Table: Sequential Hierarchal Structure <br /> Table, Entity, (Name, Type, Value)<br />Queues: Message Based Communication<br />
    19. 19. Microsoft Software + Services<br />
    20. 20. Azure Developer Services<br />Live Services<br />Live Services<br /><ul><li>Extensible components to build rich consumer services</li></li></ul><li>Live Mesh<br />Stay Up-to-Date<br />Simple to Share<br />Anywhere Access<br />Devices Acting Together<br />Platform Services<br />
    21. 21. “Live” Services Momentum<br />Windows Live Hotmail: over 285 million active accounts<br />Windows Live Messenger: over 280 million active accounts<br />Windows Live Spaces: over 130 million unique users worldwide<br />Live Search: index of more than 5 billion documents and 400 million images<br />MSN: over 465 million unique visitors worldwide <br />Office LiveSmall Business: over 700,000 business subscriptions worldwide <br />
    22. 22. Azure Developer Services<br />SQL Services<br /><ul><li>Cloud database services</li></li></ul><li>Azure Developer Services<br />.NET Services<br /><ul><li>Services for application integration</li></li></ul><li>Federated Security & Identity<br />Users control their own identities<br />Single, federated identity platform<br />Open and interoperable<br />“Geneva & <br />Zermatt”<br />
    23. 23. Future additions to the Azure Services Platform<br />Today<br /><ul><li>Using today’s Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2007 and SharePoint Online developers can build applications that access Azure Services</li></ul>In the future<br /><ul><li>With familiar developer tools like Visual Studio, developers can rapidly build custom apps using Microsoft Dynamics CRM Services and SharePoint Services in Azure
    24. 24. These selected building blocks will be exposed to developers which they can use for application development on premise or in Azure</li></ul>Microsoft SharePoint Services<br />Microsoft Dynamics CRM Services<br />
    25. 25. Windows 7 And Office Live<br />+<br />Windows Live Services<br />Services @ home.live.com<br />Windows Live<br />Essentials<br />Rich Applications<br />Windows 7<br />Core PC Platform<br />Software + Services<br />
    26. 26. © 2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.<br />The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.<br />

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