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Understanding Azure for the IT Pro.

Understanding Azure for the IT Pro.

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    Blewis  Session 1 Fy10 Q3 Azure Blewis Session 1 Fy10 Q3 Azure Presentation Transcript

    • The Next Wave:
      Presented by Brian Lewis
      IT Pro Evangelist - Microsoft Corporation
      Blog: http://ThougthsOnIT.com
    • Required Setup
      Prior to delivery, you’ll need:
      A Windows Azure account
      Read the e-mail message found in the Demo Setup folder for instructions.
      The “MyTODO” application loaded
      See the Demo Setup document
      For the event, you’ll need:
      Internet Access*
      *I have provided a separate FY10Q3 Session 1 Azure DEMOS.pptxdeck, in case there are any connectivity issues.
    • Today we’ll help you answer the following questions…
      What is “Cloud Computing”? 
      …and is Microsoft serious about it?
      What is Windows Azure?
      How much money will it save me?
      What will the Windows Azure Platform look like a year from now?
    • Agenda
      Windows Azure:
      The Introduction
      The Moving Parts
      How To Get Started
      The Future
    • Agenda
      Windows Azure:
      The Introduction
      The Moving Parts
      How To Get Started
      The Future
    • Defining Cloud Computing
      Application runs
      on-premises
      Buy my own hardware, and manage my own data center
      Application runs
      on-premises
      • Bring my own machines, connectivity, software, etc.
      • Complete control and responsibility
      • Upfront capital costs for the infrastructure
    • Defining Cloud Computing
      Application runs
      on-premises
      Buy my own hardware, and manage my own data center
      Application runs at a hoster
      Pay someone to host my application using hardware that I specify
      Application runs
      on-premises
      • Bring my own machines, connectivity, software, etc.
      • Complete control and responsibility
      • Upfront capital costs for the infrastructure
      Application runs at a hoster
      • Rent machines, connectivity, software
      • Less control, but fewer responsibilities
      • Lower capital costs, but pay for fixed capacity, even if idle
    • Defining Cloud Computing
      Application runs
      on-premises
      Buy my own hardware, and manage my own data center
      Application runs at a hoster
      Pay someone to host my application using hardware that I specify
      Application runs using cloud platform
      Pay someone for a pool of computing resources that can be applied to a set of applications
      Application runs
      on-premises
      • Bring my own machines, connectivity, software, etc.
      • Complete control and responsibility
      • Upfront capital costs for the infrastructure
      Application runs at a hoster
      • Rent machines, connectivity, software
      • Less control, but fewer responsibilities
      • Lower capital costs, but pay for fixed capacity, even if idle
      Application runs using cloud platform
      • Shared,
      multi-tenant environment
      • Offers pool of computing resources, abstracted from infrastructure
      • Pay as you go
    • Why Are We Here?Because Cloud Computing is Huge
      At Microsoft:
      • 1 billion: Windows Live ID authentications each day
      • 3 to 4 billion: the # of emails filtered daily from >6 million mail boxes by Forefront
      • 2 billion: the # of queries each month on Bing
      • 450 million:Hotmail users (now 15 years old)
      • 100 million:users that get Windows Update worldwide, (now 12 years old)
      • 20 million:Xbox Live users (now 9 years old)
      • +400,000: square footage of our new datacenters
      For You:
      A new paradigm in computing
    • SECURITY
    • Scalability
    • Regulations and other legal issues
    • Using the Cloud for Scale
      Lost Business
      Datacenter peak load
      Idle time
      Usage
      Jan
      Apr
      Jul
      Oct
    • DATA CENTER VIDEO
    • Maintenance OS
      1
      Guest Partition
      Host Partition
      Guest Partition
      Guest Partition
      Service 1
      Bits
      Service 2
      Bits
      Service 3
      Bits
      6
      Web
      VHD
      Worker
      VHD
      Worker
      VHD
      5
      Host Differencing
      VHD
      Guest Differencing
      VHD
      Guest Differencing
      VHD
      Guest Differencing
      VHD
      4
      Enterprise base
      VHD
      Server Core
      VHD
      Server Core base VHD
      2
      7
      3
      Hypervisor
      Physical Server Hardware
      CPU, memory, disk, and network
    • Agenda
      Windows Azure:
      The Introduction
      The Moving Parts
      How To Get Started
      The Future
    • Windows Azure Platform
      Compute:Virtualized environment based on Windows Server
      Storage: Durable, scalable, & available storage
      Management: Automated, model-driven service management
      Database:Relational processing for structured/unstructured data
      Service Bus: General purpose application bus
      Access Control: Rules-driven, claims-based access control
    • Video
      Case Study:
      • Kelley Blue Book
      • http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/Case_Study_Detail.aspx?CaseStudyID=4000005874
    • Video
    • Windows Azure
      Your
      Service
      DNS
      LB
      Web Portal
      (API)
      LB
      Fabric
      Controller
    • Service
      Service
      Service
      Model
      Your
      Service
      DNS
      LB
      Web Portal
      (API)
      LB
      DNS
      Service Deployment
      Fabric
      Controller
    • Your
      Service
      Service
      DNS
      Service
      Service
      Service
      Service
      LB
      Service
      Service
      Service
      Web Portal
      (API)
      LB
      Service Scaling
      Model
      Fabric
      Controller
    • Your
      Service
      DNS
      Service
      Service
      LB
      Service
      Service
      Web Portal
      (API)
      !
      LB
      Service Monitoring & Recovery
      Model
      Fabric
      Controller
    • Agenda
      Windows Azure:
      The Introduction
      The Moving Parts
      How To Get Started
      The Future
    • Windows Azure: Getting Started
      Introductory Special
      A base level of compute hours, storage, data transfers, a SQL Azure database, AppFabric Service Bus connections and Access Control transactions at no charge.
      Benefits to Partners and MSDN Subscribers
    • Windows Azure: Getting Started
      Development Accelerator Core
      Compute hours, storage, data transfers, AppFabric Service Bus connections and Access Control transactions at a deeply discounted monthly price.
      Development Accelerator Extended
      Same as Core, plus SQL Azure Database
      Consumption
      Pay-As-You-Go
    • Windows Azure Pricing Meters
      Elastic, scalable, secure, & highly available automated service platform
      Storage
      Per GB stored & transactions
      Blob & table $0.15 / GB
      Storage Access = $0.01 / 10K Transactions
      Compute
      Per Service Hour
      Starting at $0.12/service hour +
      Variable instance sizes
      Bandwidth
      Per GB transfer in or out of a datacenter
      US/EU Bandwidth = $0.10 in / $0.15 out / GB
      Asia Pacific = $0.30 in / $0.45 out / GB
    • Windows Azure Instance Sizes
      Variable instance sizes to handle complex workloads of any size
      Small
      Medium
      Large
      X Large
      $0.96
      per service hour
      $0.24
      per service hour
      $0.48
      per service hour
      $0.12
      per service hour
      Unit of Compute Defined
      Equivalent compute capacity of a 1.6Ghz processor (on 64bit platform)
      Small
      Medium
      Large
      X Large
      1.6 GHz
      (moderate IO)
      1.75 GB Memory
      250 GB Instance Storage
      4 x 1.6 GHz
      (high IO)
      7 GB Memory
      1000 GB Instance Storage
      8 x 1.6 GHz
      (high IO)
      14 GB Memory
      2000 GB Instance Storage
      2 x 1.6 GHz
      (high IO)
      3.50 GB Memory
      500 GB Instance Storage
    • SQL Azure Pricing
      Highly available, scalable, and self managed distributed relational database service
      Web Edition Per DB per Month
      Up to 1GB DB
      $9.99 + BW charges
      Business EditionPer DB per Month
      Up to 10GB DB$99.99 + BW charges
      Data Transfers:
      Windows Azure and SQL Azure data transfers within a sub-region are not subject to BW charges
    • Windows Azure Platform AppFabric Access Control & Service Bus Pricing
      Scalable, automated, highly available services for secure connectivity
      Service BusPer connection/month
      $3.99 connection/month
      (multi connection packs avail)
      Access ControlPer AC transactions/month
      $1.99/100K AC transactions(pay per use basis)
      1 Prices are shown are in USD; international prices are available 2 Service Bus billing to begin April 2010
    • Microsoft Delivers Service LevelsYou Can Bet Your Business On
      • Customer-oriented pricing options: Simple, Flexible and Comprehensive
      • Microsoft’s world-class service and support
      • Clear and Simple SLA Guarantees
      Instance Monitoring & Restart
      • All running roles will be monitored continuously
      • If role is unhealthy, we will detect and initiate corrective state
      Database
      Availability
      • Database is connected to the internet gateway
      • Availability monitoring every 5-minuteinterval
      Storage
      Availability
      • Storage service will be available/reachable (connectivity)
      • Your storage requests will be processed successfully
      Service
      Availability
      • Service Bus endpoint will have external connectivity
      • .NET Message operation requests will be processed successfully
      Compute
      Connectivity
      • Your service is connected and reachable via web
      • Internet facing roles will have external connectivity
      > 99.95%
      > 99.99%
      > 99.99%
      > 99.99%
      > 99.99%
    • TCO Analyzer & ROI Tool
      • Quickly determine qualitative & quantitative value of using Windows Azure Platform services
      • TCO of product development on Windows Azure Platform vs. traditional delivery channels
      • Independent third party validation
      • TCO comparison of Windows Azure platform vs. on-premises and hosting environments
      • Conversion to and estimation of on-premises solution to Windows Azure Platform services
      • Windows Azure Platform cost & price estimator”
      TCO tool available today:
      http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazure/tco/
    • Demo
      • TCO Analyzer and ROI Tool
    • Agenda
      Windows Azure:
      The Introduction
      The Moving Parts
      How To Get Started
      The Future
    • Windows Azure: The Road Ahead
      Available
      Now
      Beta 1
      2010
      Ship in 2010
      v4
      “Cloud”
      Beta in 2010
    • Windows Azure: The Road Ahead
      Pre-Configured VMs Option
      Deployment of pre-configured VM images
      Maintain benefits of the Windows Azure service model
      Storage
      User-selectable geo-locations for replicas
      Secondary indices on tables
      Blobs, Tables, Queues… and now DRIVES
      Service management
      Remote terminal server access to VMs
    • Today we’ll help you answer the following questions…
      What is “Cloud Computing”? 
      …and is Microsoft serious about it?
      What is Windows Azure?
      How much money will it save me?
      What will Windows Azure look like a year from now?
    • Today we’ll help you answer the following questions…
      What is “Cloud Computing”? 
      It’s the ability to host part or all of our application or infrastructure in “the cloud”, for the sake of dynamic scalability, lower TCO, automatic resiliency, operational vs. capital expense, etc.
      …and is Microsoft serious about it?
      We’re betting a big portion of our business on it! So… YES!
      What is Windows Azure?
      Windows Azure is Microsoft’s implementation of a solid cloud computing foundation.
      How much money will it save me?
      Consider OpEx vs. CapEx. ..and use the TCO Calculator!
      What will Windows Azure look like a year from now?
      Even more options for application, data, and virtualization deployment, plus integrated tools to monitor and dynamically scale your applications.
    • Windows Azure Delivers Superior Value
      • No upfront datacenter investment
      • No on-going expense for maintenance, depreciation, staff, etc.
      • Rapid scaling to handle peak loads and high demand
      • Reduce complexity with automated service management
      • Pay for what you use as you use it
    • For more information…
      Learn more about Windows Azure: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazurehttp://windows.azure.com/
      Quantify the ROI of the Windows Azure Platform with the TCO Tool: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazure/tco/
      Search for and view the Windows Azure Platform Case Studies:http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/
    • Call to Action
      Create Azure Account
      http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9701620