20120712 Windows Azure Today and Tomorrow, Vikas Sahni

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20120712 Windows Azure Today and Tomorrow, Vikas Sahni

  1. 1.  To pay ONLY for what they use  ONLY when they use it  With the ability to SCALE capacity up and down on-demand
  2. 2. 4 Infrastructure as a Service • Uses VMs • Consumer manages, patches and monitors machines • Good for Legacy Apps • Not great for scalability Platform as a Service • Provides APIs • Building Block Services • Provider manages VMs • Requires a migration of apps • Great opportunity for scalability Software as a Service • Web Front End to Software • Multi-Tenant • Logical Separation of data • Very little customisation • Commodity
  3. 3. Database Data SyncReporting Business Intelligence Symmetric Programming Model and tools Windows Azure SQL Database On-premises SQL Server
  4. 4. IP-level connectivity Data Synchronization SQL Data Sync Application-layer Connectivity & Messaging Service Bus Secure Machine-to- Machine Network Connectivity Windows Azure Connect Secure Site-to-Site Network Connectivity Windows Azure Virtual Network CLOUD ENTERPRISE
  5. 5.  Support pre-requisites for other apps or services › Direct Authentication for Applications in the cloud › Federation with ADFS  Serve as a substitute or failover for existing domain  Serve as primary authority for cloud only data center
  6. 6.  More like SaaS than PaaS  No need to handle Firewall Rules  Gallery provides many popular applications, such as: › DotNetNuke › Drupal › Joomla › WordPress  Build with ASP.NET, Node.js or PHP  Use Windows, Mac or Linux machines for development  Deploy using FTP, Git or TFS
  7. 7.  Development OS › Windows › Linux › Mac  Publishing Methods › FTP › Git › Web Deploy › TFS Deploy  Source Control › Git › TFS
  8. 8.  Wide range of offerings – from Virtual Machines to Web Sites, spanning IaaS, PaaS and a bit of SaaS  Familiar programming languages and development tools  Lower Application Lifecycle costs  Flexibility to gradually migrate workloads from on-premises to full PaaS
  9. 9.  Very fast response times  Very long and complex transactions  Extremely high availability (>99.95% uptime)  Performance Guarantees – Not possible as infrastructure is shared
  10. 10.  Secure Global On-demand Computing  Always Available  Cloud Bursting and Load- balancing  Global Application and Data Delivery

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