Cloud Computing - Windows Azure

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Cloud Computing - Windows Azure

  1. 1. Nitish Bhatia
  2. 2. 1.Cloud Computing –Fundamentals Windows Azure 2.Build your first cloud application “Hello World”. 3.Build a cloud application with the data access. 4. Web Role, Worker Role 5. The Azure Fabric and the Development Fabric 6.Sample case study- Think solution without cloud. Amazon Web Service (AWS) 7.Building application using AWS.
  3. 3. Cloud computing refers to computing on the Internet, as opposed to computing on a desktop. Cloud computing refers to computers and applications that run remotely and are accessed over the Internet. In cloud computing, virtual machines run in large data centers and replace physical PCs and servers 1.Cloud Computing –Fundamentals
  4. 4. 1.Cloud Computing –Fundamentals IaaS(Infrastructure as a service) Virtual-machine disk image library, block and file-based storage, firewalls, load balancers, IP addresses, virtual local area networks etc. Examples : Amazon EC2, Rackspace. PaaS(Platform as a service) Operating system, programming language execution environment, database, web server etc. Examples : AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Heroku, Force.com, Google App Engine. Saas(Software as a service) Examples : Google Apps, Microsoft Office 365.
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  9. 9. 1.Cloud Computing –Fundamentals Windows Azure Vs Traditional Hosting Load Balancing Computing resources can all be transparently load-balanced behind a virtual router Failover If your data is load-balanced between multiple data centers, and one data center goes offline, a cloud computing provider should be able to failover Scalability: The number of compute resources used should automatically scale up or down based on demand. Tooling Health monitoring OS maintenance The Azure Guest OS images are updated frequently Durable storage Data is triple-replicated, so there's no risk of data loss. Consumption-based services. Everything is a la carte; you pay for what you use. There's no specific monthly commitment for a given set of servers. Dedicated virtual machines.

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