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Windows - Cloud Azure
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Dominique GAUTIER - Business Development Manager …

Dominique GAUTIER - Business Development Manager
Windows Azure / Microsoft France
dominig@microsoft.com

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  • 9.9 milliards de messages par jour via Skype600 millions d’utilisateursuniques par moissur Windows Live et MSN1 PetaOctet de mises à jour délivrées via les Windows Update mensuelles5M de minutes de conferences LiveMeeting par an200 milliards d’authentications via Windows Azure Active directory
  • 8 global regions24 CDN locations109 countries supported in 8 languages19 countries with local currency support
  • A key part of the of enabling the future scenarios is the work Global Foundation Services is doing to provision global infrastructureWhether is be the new designed ITPAC’s or the investment in the Dark Fiber network, all of these assist building out the right capacity at the right time.When we look at new business streams like BPOS and Office 365, the work GFS is doing around certifications is critical business process refinements we can expect this team to deliver in FY11The datacenter’s physical and IT security controls are tested to strict industry standards by independent auditors, including, for most of our datacenters, ISO/IEC 27001:2005 certification and SAS 70 Type I and II attestation. We are working FISMA certification currently. _________________________________From Qi’s speech writerQi will then land a strong message on how we plan to win for the upcoming fiscal (aligning to the leading with our future theme) Key product strategy: BingtopInfrastructure : GFS
  • 4 Eras of Online SecurityPortal Era – started with the launch of popular web portals in the mid 1990s.  Attacks focused on disrupting and defacing sites were executed through host configuration vulnerabilities.  No user data or identities at risk.Online App Era – started in late 1990s with popularity of web mail and other online applications.  Attack surfaces now include web code and the risk extended to user data, typically low value - email, etc.Web Services Era – started around 2006.  Applications are now interdependent and rely on secure identities to provision access and privileges.  Attacks are sophisticated and motivated by profit.  Sensitive user data (health, financial) and identities are now at risk.  Resiliency and availability are essential for users.Cloud Computing Era – started in mid-2008. Internet-based data storage and services—also known as “cloud computing”—are rapidly emerging to complement the traditional model of software running and data being stored on desktop PCs and servers. In simple terms, cloud computing is a way to enhance computing experiences by enabling users to access software applications and data that are stored at off-site datacenters rather than on the user’s own device or PC or at an organization’s on-site datacenter. E-mail, instant messaging, business software, and Web content management are among the many applications that may be offered via a cloud environment. Many of these applications have been offered remotely over the Internet for a number of years, which means that cloud computing might not feel markedly different from the current Web for most users. (A number of distinct attributes—including scalability, flexibility, and resource pooling—as key differentiators of the cloud). DatesMicrosoft built its first data center: September 1989 on the Redmond campusMicrosoft.com first launched as a website: April 1994 MSN launched in Beta in 1994 and went public in August 1995 Hotmail was acquired in 1997Trustworthy Computing Directive (by Bill Gates): January 2002FTC Consent Decree: Completed August 2002, Issued December 2002Security Development Lifecycle Mandatory Policy Published: December 2004Windows Live was Launched: November 2005First SAS 70: Type II, October 2007First ISO/IEC 27001:2005 Certification: May 2008 Bing launched in June 2009Windows Azure launched November 2009Office 365 launched in beta October 2010
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    • 1. dominig@microsoft.com
    • 2. 4Quincy, WAChicago, IL San Antonio, TX Dublin, IrelandChicago Dublin QuincyPLUS DE 200 SERVICESCLOUD EN 24X715ANS DE PRÉSENCEMONDIALE SUR INTERNET
    • 3. 2010+20081989-2005 2007Reduced Carbon, Rightsized1.05-1.20 PUEFaster Time to Market
    • 4. Global datacentersGlobal CDN
    • 5. Certifications GFSISO27001, SAS70Sécurité et ConformitéDatacentersDesign, Construction, OpérationsConteneursITPACsBatiments Pré-manufacturésLowest $/MW, Rapid Deploymentdesign Géo-indépendantCapacité GlobaleStratégie ModulaireSuivi FinancierVisibilité des coutsAutomatisationRéseau MondialFibre NoireBaisser les couts réseauCentresOpérationnelsGestion globale3 CentresMondiaux
    • 6. Portal Era Online App Era Web Services Era1989 1994-95 1997 2002 2004 2006 2008Cloud Computing Era2010 2012
    • 7. A DemeureMoteurdexécutionInfrastructure(as a Service)MoteurdexécutionPlatform(as a Service)Moteur dexécutionSoftware(as a Service)Moteur dexécutionWindows Azure
    • 8. VM Depot
    • 9. logicielsMicrosoft
    • 10. >_
    • 11. PowerShellVMDK
    • 12. Stockage avec Windows Azure et StorSimpleLa manière la plus simple et rapide de commencerl’aventure Windows AzureLes données actives sont disponibles sur site, les moinsutilisées sont archivées dans Windows AzureRécupération des données avec une simple connectioninternetReduction du TCO du stockage de 60 à 80%
    • 13. Passerelle
    • 14. > PowerShell
    • 15. La valeur pour lemarchéWindows Azure est un ensemble de servicesCloud Internet hébergé dans nos datacenters.Il fournit un OS et un ensemble de plateformesde développement qui peuvent être utiliséesséparément ou ensemble.► Compute► Gestion de données► Réseaux► Application servicesFlexible, il peut être utiliser pour construire denouvelles applications à déposer sur le Cloudou pour faire passer de nouvelles applicationsexistantes dans un mode Cloud.Son architecture ouverte donne la possiblité deconstruire des applications web quifonctionneront quel que soit le deviceconnecté, PC et serveur, en mode online et àdemeure.Site clientActiveDirectorySharePoint SQLServer
    • 16. http://www.windowsazure.com/fr-fr/http://blogs.msdn.com/b/windowsazurefrance/http://www.storsimple.com/http://www.aka.ms/90jours

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