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Presenting Windows Azure for the Community by the Community. An entire 1 day event in Kolkata to learn the basics of Windows Azure and cloud computing

Presenting Windows Azure for the Community by the Community. An entire 1 day event in Kolkata to learn the basics of Windows Azure and cloud computing

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  • 1. Kolkata – 10th April - 2011
    Windows Azure Camp
  • 2. Agenda
    Introducing Cloud
    Introducing windows Azure
    Different Components of Windows Azure
    Using Azure in Development Environment
    Hosting your Application to Cloud
    Cloud Storage - Windows Azure storage Services
    Introducing SQL Azure
    Building Application Using SQL Azure
    Introducing Windows Azure App Fabric
  • 3. Introducing Cloud
  • 4. Why Cloud Computing ?
    A Quick Look Back
    Buy Own Servers
    Maintenance
    Own Resource
  • 5. Why Cloud Computing ?
    Why not take a Hosted Server ?
    Using Service Provider
    Reduced Maintenance Cost
    Traffic Increased
    Own Resource
  • 6. Why Cloud Computing ?
    Let’s Move into Cloud
    A set of connected servers which are managed in a data Centers
    On which developers can:
    Install Services
    Run services
    Store and retrieve data
    What Does Cloud Provides ?
    Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
    Platform as a Service (PaaS)
    Software as a Service (SaaS)
  • 7. Cloud Power
    Applications
    8
    Available 24 x 7
    7
    Pay as Per Use
    6
    Automatic Upgrade H/W
    Reliability
    Availability
    Scalability
    5
    Apply OS patches and Configuration
    Diagnose service failures and recover
    4
    3
    Automatic Storage Capacity Upgrade
    2
    Handle increase in traffic Automatically
    1
    Recover from hardware failures
    Cloud Data Center
  • 8. Scalability
  • 9. Introducing Windows Azure
  • 10. Video
    What is Windows Azure ?
  • 11. Cloud OS
    An operating system that can controls a set of connected servers and Span over the internet
    Self collaboration
    Abstract execution environment
    Hosting Environments
    Shared file system
    Resource and storage allocation
    Programming environments
    Providing security on demand
    Utility computing
    24/7 operation
    Pay for what you use
    Auto Upgradable
    Simpler, transparent, configurable administration
  • 12. What Is Windows Azure ?
    It is an operating system for the cloud
    Mainly Focusing on utility computing
    Main Components
    Service management and Monitoring
    Compute
    Storage
    Developer experience
  • 13. Relating Desktop With Azure
    5
    Local data stores
    5
    Cloud Storage
    4
    Library / Services
    4
    Web Role and Worker Role
    3
    Manifest
    3
    Service definition
    2
    Application Configuration
    2
    Service Configuration
    1
    EXE
    1
    Service package
    Desktop
    Windows Azure
  • 14. Windows Azure Continue...
    Internet
  • 15. Windows Azure Platform
    Azure™ Services Platform
  • 16. Using Windows Azure Service Platform
  • 17. Different Components Of Window Azure
  • 18. Components Of Windows Azure
    Storage
    Compute
    Fabric
  • 19. Windows Azure Compute
  • 20. Compute
    A Windows Azure compute service is built from one or more roles.
    In Windows Azure, a service may run one or more instances of each role type. A service could also be composed of one of more instances of multiple role types.
    Windows Azure supports the following three types of roles:
    Web role is customized for web application programming and supported by IIS 7.
    Worker role is used for generalized development, and may perform background processing for a web role.
    Virtual Machine (VM) role runs an image (a VHD) of a Windows Server 2008 R2 virtual machine. This VHD is created using an on-premises Windows Server machine, then uploaded to Windows Azure.
  • 21. Web Role and Worker Role
    Public Internet
    Web farm that handles request from the internet
    IIS7 hosted web core
    Hosts ASP.NET
    XML based configuration of IIS7
    Integrated managed pipeline
    Supports SSL
    Web Role
    Web Role
    Web Role
    Load
    Balancer
    Storage Services
  • 22. Worker Role
    No inbound network connections
    Can read requests from queue in storage
    Public Internet
    Worker Role
    Worker Role
    Worker Role
    Worker Role
    Storage Service
  • 23. Web Role and Worker Role
    Public Internet
    Web Role
    Worker Role
    Web Role
    Worker Role
    Load
    Balancer
    Storage Services
  • 24. VM Role
  • 25. Demo
    Cloud on Desktop
    Getting Touch with Web and Worker Roles
  • 26. Demo
    Hosting your first ASP.NET Application On Windows Azure
  • 27. Windows Azure Storage
  • 28. Azure Storage
    Need persistent and durable storage in the cloud?
    Windows Azure is a perfect fit. Windows Azure gives you four core storage services that are secure, scalable and easy to access.
    Binary Large Object Service(Blobs)
    Table Service ( Tables)
    Queue Service ( Queues)
    Windows Azure Drive
    Queue
    Tables
    Blobs
  • 29. Azure Storage - BLOBS
    Blobs are one of the most credible feature with Azure
    Provide a simple interface for storing named files along with metadata for the file
    It’s very much reliable with Large size of file
    Main Concept : Account, Container, Blob , Block
  • 30. Azure Storage – BLOBS – Key Concepts
    Blob
    Container
    Account
    Block
    IMG001.JPG
    Pictures
    IMG002.JPG
    Account
    Block A
    Movies
    MOV1.AVI
    Block B
    Block C
  • 31. Azure Storage – BLOBS – How it works ?
    Movie.avi
    Movie.avi
    Movie.avi
    Identify the file to be uploaded (Movie.avi).
    Identify / split the blocks for the file.
    Upload every block in any order you want to.
    Commit the block to a blob.
    Block 1
    Block 2
    Block 3
    Block 4
    Block 5
  • 32. Azure Storage – BLOBS – Must Know
    Key Points
    Files has to split to have blocks when it crosses 64 MB.
    Every block can be a maximum of 4 MB size.
    The maximum size of the blob / file can be 200 GB or 50,000 blocks.
    The blocks uploaded is not committed unless the final API call "PutBlockList" is called.
    Block blobs though offer a very good and effective way of working with bigger files, it lacks on certain places.
    The maximum size of the file can be no larger than 200GB.
    It needs at least two API calls to write a blob when uploaded as blocks. [PutBlockto upload a block with block id and PutBlockListto commit all the changes].
    Any uploading cannot be committed immediately unless the final call "PutBlockList" is made.
    Reading a byte range other than the block split cannot be done.
  • 33. Azure Storage – Page BLOBS
    The maximum size of a page blob file would be 1 TB.
    The least page size is 512 bytes and can accommodate any data in multiples of 512 bytes up to 4 MB into a page.
    As soon as a data is uploaded, it is written into the cloud / disk.
    All the data / pages inside the page blobs are indexed to allow faster read / write.
    Windows Azure Drive (TBD) is supported.
    A page can be considered as a individual file and read / write operation can be performed on it.
  • 34. Azure Storage - Tables
    provide structured storage. A table is a set of entities, which contain a set of properties
    There is no limitation on the number of table / collection and rows.
    Every entities can have up to 255 properties.
    Every entity should have a property defining the row key "RowKey" and partition key "PartitionKey". Row key is the unique identifier of the row and partition key is generally any property which would be better for maintaining partition. (e.g., DepartmentId in an entity of Employee).
    The limitation of not being an RDBMS is easily and effectively overcome by the support of LINQ on the tables. A LINQ query can therefore be written and executed against the tables.
    Every table is mirrored thrice in Azure and the reliability and availability is maintained automatically.
    Every table has a partition key
    It is the first property (column) of your table
    All entities in a table with the same partition key value live in the same partition
    Need to choose partitioning scheme to make data access scalable
  • 35. Azure Storage – Tables – Key Concepts
    Entity
    Table
    Account
    Name=…hash=…
    Users
    Name=…hash=…
    Account
    Tag=…id=…
    PhotoIndex
    Tag=…,id=…
  • 36. Azure Storage - Queue
    provide reliable storage and delivery of messages for an application
    Key Concept : Account, Storage, Message
    A message in queue has a limitation of 8 KB in size.
    A Queue has no limitation on the number of messages it can contain.
    Messages cannot choose their destinations individually but they follow the path or receiver of the queue.
    Message when consumed by acquiring token which expires by time i.e., once a message is got it will be locked / hidden from any other process unless the time expires or the message is deleted; if the time expires, the message will be marked as new and will be provided to the next consumer waiting.
    A detailed process is explained in the animation shown below. Messages can be even got without a time expiry and immediately marked as processed.
  • 37. Azure Storage – QUEUES– Key Concepts
    Message
    Queue
    Account
    http://…
    Jobs 1
    http://…
    Account
    http://…
    Jobs 2
    http://…
  • 38. Azure Storage –QUEUS– How it works ?
    Queue
    Msg 1
    Msg 3
    Msg 2
    Msg 1
    Msg 2
    Msg 3
    Process 2
    Process1
    Source Application
    Msg 1
    Msg 2
    Msg 3
  • 39. Azure Storage – TBD
  • 40. Demo
    Azure Storage with Development Fabric
  • 41. Demo
    Using Azure Storage on Cloud
  • 42. Windows Azure In a real Business Scenarios
  • 43. Parallel Processing
    Web Role
    Worker Role Instance
    Queue
  • 44. Demo
    Windows Azure In a real Business Scenarios
  • 45. Windows Azure Fabric
  • 46. Azure Fabric – Manage & Monitor
  • 47. Demo
    Windows Azure Fabric
  • 48. Introducing SQL Azure
  • 49. Video
    What is SQL Azure ?
  • 50. Introducing SQL Azure
    Robust Relational Database on the Cloud Hosted on Microsoft Data Center.
    Database as a Service ( DaaS)
    Accessible via both Local and Cloud Based Application
    Installed into different nodes of Microsoft Data Center. So There is no need of Install, manage
    SQL Server on Cloud
    High availability
    Easy Data Sync and Local SQL Server Migration
    Cloud Apps
    Local Apps
  • 51. Demo
    Using SQL Azure Portal
  • 52. Demo
    SQL Azure and SQL Server Management Studio
  • 53. Demo
    SQL Azure – WCF – Windows Phone 7
  • 54. Reference and Resource
    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazure/
    Introducing Windows Azure By David Chappell
    http://jebarson.info/category/Azure.aspx
    http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/applisec/archive/tags/Azure/default.aspx
  • 55. Q / A
  • 56. Thank You !!
    Abhijit Jana
    http://abhijitjana.net
    @AbhijitJana
    abhijan@microsoft.com
    Abhishek Sur
    http://abhisheksur.com
    @Abhi2434
    abhi2434@gmail.com