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Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
Windows Azure Pack : How to bring windows azure benefits to your DC
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  • The services we just reviewed are running in Microsoft’s datacenters on the Windows Azure platform. How does this help enterprise and service providers meet their goals?Core to delivering on the Cloud OS promise is enabling parity of application owner experiences irrespective of where the underlying infrastructure may reside: on premises, in a hosted environment, or on Windows Azure. To do that, we need to ensure that tenant end-users have uniform self-service and management experiences to consume the infrastructure needed by their application services for both Windows Azure and Windows Server environments. Enterprises and service providers are already running a sophisticated operating system, virtualization and management platform in Windows Server with System center on their own compute/storage/network infrastructure in their own datacenters.As we’ve already seen, our cloudOS vision drives consistency across Windows Azure, enterprise and service provider environments. The Windows Azure Pack takes Windows Azure technology developed for Microsoft’s datacenters and <click> repurposes it to provide the same capabilities running on System Center, Windows Server on customers’ infrastructure. CloudOS becomes reality. We have found Azure to be a great environment for developing and testing highly distributed cloud services and now we’re bringing all the technology to hosting service providers as part of the technology found in Windows Server and System Center. As you can see, we now have consistency in portal, API and select services across Microsoft, Service Provider and Enterprise. Why is this useful? Well if you reflect back to our discussion on the wants and needs of service providers and enterprise looking to act as internal service providers, this technology meets these needs:Attract enterprise customer workloads to service providers through familiar experienceSelf service IaaSBilling, usage based pricingAutomationIntegration and customizationEtcNow, with the Preview of Windows Azure Pack, you as enterprise or service provider can have Azure technology running in your datacenter – today. It’s important to note that these services are deployed on your existing infrastructure, meaning you do not need to make new infrastructure investments to make this vision a reality, but can leverage what you already own.
  • Once created, the administrator can monitor resource usage in the cloud.
  • Talking pointsNetworking is fundamental to the datacenter and customers are generally familiar with how it’s done – so networking is just taken as a “given”. We believe there’s lot of upside in helping customers rethink how they approach networking (through a combination of software and hardware) in a private or hybrid cloud computing environment. To transform networking, customers need to think about networking in the same way that they think about compute – i.e. as a shared, automated pool of capacity. They also need to think about how to reduce operational complexity in networking. Finally, they need a solution that can seamlessly bridge on-premises and off-premises networks. To address the above, Microsoft is committed to delivering on an open, extensible & standards-based solution that has its origin in how we deliver networking for global hi-scale online services like Windows Azure or Bing. It turns out that our key learning is centered around the promises of flexibility, automation and control. Specific bulletsIsolated virtual networks running on shared network infrastructure (delivered in System Center 2012 SP1) – Hyper-V Network Virtualization in Windows Server 2012 is key to abstracting the physical network intricacies from apps/workloads. This is key to meeting the multi-tenancy and isolation requirements that exist in service provider or large enterprise IT organizations (that serve multiple LOB constituents or dev/test/production environments). This needs to be reiterated as it is the foundation of our software-defined promise and solves a key customer need today. Many customers have asked us for the ability to deeply integrate Hyper-V networking into their existing network infrastructure, their existing monitoring and security tools, or with other types of specialized functionality – to meet that need, Windows Server 2012 also introduced the Hyper-V Extensible Switch that enables easy extensions of our hypervisor platform. In-box multitenant edge gateway for seamless connectivity between physical & virtual networks – This software-based (i.e. VM based) gateway will help customers easily extend their datacenter into a service provider environment by providing a termination point for site to site connectivity and enabling end-users access company resources that might be hosted at the service provider. Simultaneously, the gateway will be multitenant aware and hence enables the service provider to drive operational efficiency by enabling multiple customer connections terminate on it. More importantly, the gateway enables seamless bridging between the customers’ physical and virtual networks (NVGRE based) by offering the necessary translation, thereby enabling broader adoption of hybrid networking with bring-your-own-IP (BYOIP) enablement. The gateway is expected to be production ready from a scale and performance perspective (for metrics like number of tenants per gateway VM and throughput). We expect high availability configuration to become available closer to when System Center 2012 R2 will be commercially available. System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager is needed to provision and configure remote access and Hyper-V Network Virtualization in this context. Tenants can configure and manage connectivity (from their site to the service provider) through the Windows Azure Pack. Enable easy end-user access into virtualized network infrastructure - System Center 2012 R2 enables configuration of tenant end user access into the virtualized networks hosted at the service provider datacenter. This is done in conjunction with the Windows Server RRAS role. OMI-based plug-in for automated TOR switch configuration - Transforming the datacenter involves abstracting storage, compute and network resources from their underlying physical hardware and manage them in a standardized manner. To support this thinking, Microsoft will enable a plugin for System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager to manage top-of-rack network switches that support OMI. We’re working with our networking OEM partners to assure availability of compatible network gear. Partner ecosystem support – A variety of partners have extended their support to offer solutions like merchant silicon, Hyper-V Extensible Switch extensions and network virtualization gateways.  We will continue to work with these partners to offer customers the choice of networking solutions to best meet their needs.
  • The Management Portal can be used to scale websites, and to specify whether if they can run in Shared website mode or Reserved website mode.Shared modeWhen a website is first created it runs in Shared mode, meaning that it shares available compute resources with other subscribers that are also running websites in Shared mode.A single instance of a website configured to run in Shared mode will provide somewhat limited performance when compared to other configurations but should still provide sufficient performance to complete development tasks or proof of concept work. If a website that is configured to run in a single instance using Shared mode is put into production, the resources available to the website may prove to be inadequate as the average number of client requests increases over time. Before putting a website into production, estimate the load that the website will be expected to handle and consider scaling up or scaling out the website by changing configuration options available on the website's Scale management page.References:http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/manage/services/web-sites/how-to-scale-websites/#reservedmode
  • When a website’s mode is changed from Shared to Reserved the website is scaled up to run on a single dedicated core with access to additional memory, disk space and bandwidth.
  • References:http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/manage/services/web-sites/how-to-scale-websites/#reservedmode
  • When creating a new Web site, tenants can choose from a gallery of popular, pre-configured web applications.Where needed, the application can automatically provision and configure database (SQL or MySQL) Administrators can tailor the list of web applications available in the gallery
  • For a custom website where the gallery doesn’t provide a suitable application, tenants can provision a blank website and upload their web application to the empty folder.Developer tools, including Visual Studio and WebMatrix, are deeply integrated into the Web Sites on Windows Server user experience, decreasing onboarding costs and increasing customer satisfaction.Integration with source control allows developers to rapidly iterate and deploy changes. Built in rollback functionality allows customers to revert web site changes with a few clicks of the mouse.Source control repositories such as GitHub, Team Foundation Server and others can be configured to automatically push updates to the running web site which will pick up the latest changes and deploy them to the live website.
  • Service Bus Queues support a brokered messaging communication model. When using queues, components of a distributed application do not communicate directly with each other, they instead exchange messages via a queue, which acts as an intermediary. A message producer (sender) hands off a message to the queue and then continues its processing. Asynchronously, a message consumer (receiver) pulls the message from the queue and processes it. The producer does not have to wait for a reply from the consumer in order to continue to process and send further messages. Queues offer First In, First Out (FIFO) message delivery to one or more competing consumers. That is, messages are typically received and processed by the receivers in the order in which they were added to the queue, and each message is received and processed by only one message consumer. Using queues can enable you to scale out your applications better, and enable more resiliency to your architecture.Between web and worker roles in a multi-tier application.Between existingdatacenter apps and Windows Azure Pack hosted apps for a hybrid solution.Between components of a distributed application running on-premises in different organizations or departments of an organization.
  • Service Bus topics and subscriptions support a publish/subscribe messaging communication model. When using topics and subscriptions, components of a distributed application do not communicate directly with each other, they instead exchange messages via a topic, which acts as an intermediary.In contrast to Service Bus queues, where each message is processed by a single consumer, topics and subscriptions provide a one-to-many form of communication, using a publish/subscribe pattern. It is possible to register multiple subscriptions to a topic. When a message is sent to a topic, it is then made available to each subscription to handle/process independently.A topic subscription resembles a virtual queue that receives copies of the messages that were sent to the topic. You can optionally register filter rules for a topic on a per-subscription basis, which allows you to filter/restrict which messages to a topic are received by which topic subscriptions.Service Bus topics and subscriptions support a publish/subscribe messaging communication model. Components of a distributed application do not communicate directly with each other, they instead exchange messages via a topic, which acts as an intermediary.Subscriptions provide a one-to-many form of communication, using a publish/subscribe pattern. subscriptions enable you to scale to process a very large number of messages across a very large number of users and applications.
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    • 1. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch How to bring Windows Azure benefits to your own datacenter Christopher Keyaert Senior Tech. Consultant | MVP Infront Consulting Group chris@infrontconsulting.com Alexandre Verkinderen Managing Consultant | MVP SCCS Alexandre@Verkinderen.co m
    • 2. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch
    • 3. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Agenda Windows Azure Pack introduction Virtual Machines Web Sites Usage Metering and Data Reporting Service Management Automation Service Bus Clouds Customizing / Add-ons Conclusion
    • 4. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Windows Azure Pack
    • 5. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Windows Azure technology… Scalable Web application platform Infrastructure Services(IaaS) Reliable messaging
    • 6. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch …in your datacenter Compute/storage/network Compute/storage/network
    • 7. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch R2w/ ServiceProviderFoundation Future Services Service Bus SQLVMs Web Sites Service Plans Users Provider Portal Consumer Self-Service Portal Web Sites Apps Database VMs Service ProviderCustomer Self Service Portal Moves On-Premises Common Mgt. Experience Workload Portability Cloud-Enabled Services Move On- Premises Consistent Dev. Experience Other Services CDN. Media,, etc. Caching Service Bus SQLVM Role Web Sites Worker Role Web Sites Apps Database VMs Subscriber Self- Service Portal Windows Azure Cloud OS Consistent Experiences
    • 8. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Zero to IaaS Cloud in… 6 steps 1. Configure Fabric 2. Create & Configure Cloud 3. Configure Accounts in SPF 4. Connect Service Management API to SPF & Register VMM server 5. Offer Plan with Cloud to Tenant User 6. Tenant Subscribes to Plan and Creates VM
    • 9. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Virtual Machines
    • 10. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Windows Azure-consistent IaaS - User Experience & API Virtual Machine Roles - Portable - Elastic - Gallery - Windows and Linux Support Virtual Networks - Site to Site connectivity - Tenant supplied IP addresses Virtual Machines
    • 11. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Tenant Virtual Machine Features Cloud OS Virtual Machine Role Scale-out and Scale-In of a Virtual Machine Role Update settings Upgrade to new version Change networks Start/Stop/Shutdown VMs Add/Remove Devices Support for VM Templates Active Directory Authentication Co-admins can share subscription
    • 12. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Virtual Machines Demo – Tenant Portal
    • 13. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch VM Cloud Administration Register SPF Endpoint Basic Auth - add local user into local groups on SPF server Add VMM Servers Support for up to 5 VMM servers Monitor Cloud Capacity Ensure adequate capacity is available for tenants Manage Tenant resources Virtual Machines, Networks
    • 14. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Admin: monitor VM cloud Memory Storage Virtual CPUs Virtual Machines
    • 15. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Tenant Networks Tenants create their own networks Site to Site VPN Network Address Translation (NAT) Configuration of topology and border gateway protocol (BGP) Tenant IP addresses with network virtualization Consistent user experience with Azure
    • 16. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Multi-tenant cloud infrastructure: virtual networks Open, extensible and standards- based solution that delivers flexibility, automation and control At-scale management of virtual networks on shared physical networks Provision and configure multi-tenant edge gateway for seamless physical & virtual network connectivity Enable easy remote access into virtualized service provider network for tenants OMI-based plug-in for automated TOR switch configuration Partner ecosystem support http://contosoweb.red.com 14.1.1.100 http://contosoweb.blue.com 14.1.1.100 NVGRE Service provider cloud Multi-tenant VPN gateway Site-to-site connectivity 192.168.0.0/24192.168.0.0/24 Site-to-site connectivity
    • 17. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Virtual Machines Service in Plans Plan Enables Tenant subscription access to a single VMM cloud Quota Aligned with VMM Tenant Admin user roles VMs, CPUs, Memory, Storage Networks Allowed Actions Resources VM templates, VM Networks, HW profiles Gallery Items
    • 18. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Virtual Machines Demo – Management Portal
    • 19. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Plans and Add-ons VirtualMachines Websites ServiceBus SQL PLAN #1 VMs IncreaseVM Quota BackupVMs PLAN #3 Websites SQL PLAN #2 VMs Websites Service Bus
    • 20. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Service Admin IaaS Gallery Offer Virtual Machine Role templates to Tenants Import and Manage Gallery Items Publish / Unpublish Gallery Items to Tenants Add Gallery Items to Plans Scope access based on plan and subscription Gallery Item authorization from SPF Resource extension from VMM
    • 21. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Web Sites
    • 22. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Build highly scalable web applications Iterate with integrated source control Manage your app with real-time telemetry Scale up with one click Support for .Net, Node.js, PHP, Python Web Sites
    • 23. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch 1Shared Shared instances Shared & reserved instances • When a website is first created it runs in shared mode. • It shares available compute resources with other subscribers that are also running websites in shared mode. Deploy web sites into a shared/multi-tenant hosting environment running on a shared set of server resources.
    • 24. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Shared instances Reserved instance Shared and reserved instances 1Reserved • Websites can be upgraded optionally to run in reserved mode. This isolates them to run within a dedicated virtual machine. • When you change the mode from shared to reserved, the website is scaled up.
    • 25. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Reserved instance Reserved instance Shared and reserved instances 2Reserved • Elastically scale the resources sites use to increase reserved instance capacity as traffic increases. • Increasing the value for Reserved Instance Count will provide fault tolerance and improved performance through scale out. • A website in Reserved mode will provide more consistent performance than a website in Shared mode because it is not sharing resources with other tenants. • If Reserved Instance size is changed from Small to Medium or Large, the website will run in a compute instance of corresponding size with access to associated resources for each size.
    • 26. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Web app gallery • Customizable self-service gallery • Popular web apps • Database integration
    • 27. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Source code and developer tools Visual Studio Team Foundation Server FTP/HTTP WebDeployNode.js, P HP, ASP.NE T
    • 28. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Usage Metering and Service Reporting
    • 29. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Continuous usage metering per tenant subscription IaaS usage (CPU, Memory, Storage, Network) IaaS data comes from the Operations Manager DW Usage metering endpoint added to SPF Per-subscription Billing APIs IaaS Data Warehouse Analytics on Tenant Subscription usage Built on Microsoft BI stack Server Inventory Reports Supports SPLA compliance IaaS Service Reporting & Usage Metering
    • 30. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Usage and Service Reporting Architecture Usage Front End REST API - - SPF REST API Usage Collector Metering & Subscription Data SCOM Usage AnalyticsUsage DW Excel Performance Point ETL Process SCVMM Provider Billing System Usage Data Cache Metering & Subscription Data Fabric Capacity Data VM Cloud Fabric Capacity Data Metering & Subscription Data Metering & Subscription Data Subscription Usage
    • 31. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch SPF Usage Metering Metrics with Per Hour GranularityMetric Metric Identifier Unit Description VM memory allocated MemoryAllocated MB Allocated memory size for a VM within an hour VM memory consumed MemoryConsumed MB Consumed memory size for a VM within an hour VM CPU allocation count CPUAllocationCount Integer CPU core allocated for a VM within an hour VM CPU % utilization CPUPercentUtilization Integer Percentage of CPU consumption for a VM within an hour Disk IOPS across all disks attached to VM CrossDiskIOPerSecond Bytes I/O per sec (IOPS) across attached disk for VM within an hour Disk size allocated across all disks attached to VM CrossDiskSizeAllocated Bytes Allocated disk size across aattached disk for a VM within an hour VM network adapter bytes sent per sec NICKBSentPerSecond KB KBs sent per sec on a network adapter attached to a VM within an hour VM network adapter bytes received per sec NICKKBReceivedPerSecond KB KBs received per sec on a network adapter attached to a VM within an hour Network gateway bytes sent GatewayKBSent KB KBs sent through virtual network gateway within an hour Network gateway bytes received GatewayKBReceived KB KBs received through virtual network gateway within an hour VM running uptime RuntimeSeconds Seconds Cumulative time in seconds a virtual machine is in a run state
    • 32. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Service Management Automation
    • 33. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Process automation that simplifies cloud management Integration Integrate into existing systems with PowerShell integration modules Build additional PS modules to enable integrating into other systems Orchestration Accelerate time to value with flexible process workflows Improve service reliability across multiple tools, systems, and department silos Automation Enable Cloud providers to focus on work that adds business value Reduce error-prone manual activities while lowering costs Optimize and extend existing investments Deliver flexible and reliable services Lower costs and improve predictability
    • 34. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Web Service • Standard interface for all of SMA • Security group controls access • HTTPS support to secure connection to clients Runbook Worker • All runbook jobs are picked up by one or more runbook workers • Runs under a service account PowerShell Module • SMA PowerShell module to enable management of SMA through cmdlets Service Admin Portal integration • Connect the Service Admin portal to the SMA web service SMA Installation
    • 35. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch SMA Powershell Module
    • 36. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Demo Service Management Automation
    • 37. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch ODATA REST Web Service Runbooks Jobs Modules & Activies Submit requests Return results Http RequestHttp Response Persist State Pick up Jobs SQL DatabaseRunbook Workers Service Management Portal • Authoring • Debugging • Operating Service Management Portal • Runbook service • PowerShell Modules Runbook Workers •REST oData web service •Authorizes users Web Service •Runbooks •Runbook Resources •Tracks runbook job state SMA Database Orchestrator SMA Architecture
    • 38. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Demo Using Service Management Automation
    • 39. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Service Bus Clouds
    • 40. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Messaging service for cloud apps Guaranteed message delivery Publish-subscribe messaging patterns Standard protocols (REST, AMQP, WS*) Interoperability (.NET, Java/JMS, C/C++) Now integrated with management portal Service Bus
    • 41. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Service Bus Queues One way asynchronous messaging.
    • 42. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Service Bus topics and subscriptions Publish-subscribe one-to-many messaging.
    • 43. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Customizing / Add-ons
    • 44. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Asamplekit containsimagesandstyles(cssfiles) Step1 -OverridedefaultimagesconsistentwithyourUX Examples -CompanyNameImage -Bannerimagethatshowsuponloginpage Step2 -Overridestylestoupdatecolorsof text Examples -Introtextonloginisblack .kt-main-content-area .kt-introduction { color: #000; } -Wizardcolorsareshadesofgreen .wizard .wizard-bladescolor { color: rgb(127, 177, 51); /* Beginning color for blades - must be rgb() */ background-color: rgb(100, 133, 20); /* End color for blades - must be rgb() */ } Step3 –Copycontentfolderontothetenantportalmachine -(C:inetpubMgmtSvc-TenantSite)mergingfoldersandoverwritingallfiles Custom Themes
    • 45. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Built to Differentiate Web Sites VMs Private Service Provider SQL Web SitesApp sVM s Self-Service Portal Service Plans Users Admin Web Sites Databases VMs Subscriber Self-ServiceWeb Sites Databases Contoso Hosting VMs Custom login,logos,banner,colors,exten sions,etc… Apprenda a a pprenda Add on Services CustomPortals SP1w/ServiceProviderFoundation Usage Integratewith Billing and Chargeback Solutions
    • 46. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Samples and Documentation Available  Custom Theming  Management APIs for Custom Portals  Custom Resource Providers  Usage Adaptor for Billing Systems Now available for immediate download http://bit.ly/ASWS-Samples
    • 47. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Conclusion
    • 48. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Why choose the Windows Azure Pack? Enterprise-class Easy and cost-effective Open and interoperable • Builds on a familiar foundation of Windows Server and System Center • Isolated virtual networks for multi-tenant workloads • Extensibility and integration • Windows Azure code running in your datacenter • Highly scalable virtualization and management platform • Simple service delivery for multi-tenant cloud infrastructure • Out-of-box laaS and Paas service offerings • Standardized service provisioning using service templates • Automation platform • Advanced Windows Server 2012 features on standard hardware • Easy VM and Web application portability • Private, hosted and public cloud • Broad application platform support including .NET, node.js, PHP • OData REST API for portal level integration • Service Bus for asynchronous distributed application integration
    • 49. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Track resources http://aka.ms/WS2012R2 http://aka.ms/SC2012R2 http://aka.ms/azurepack http://www.microsoft.com/en- us/download/details.aspx?id=36787
    • 50. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch Christopher.keyaert@infrontconsulting.com http://scug.be/christopher Alexandre@Verkinderen.com http://scug.be/scom
    • 51. http://www.systemcenteruniverse. ch We need your feedback! Thank you! Session Feedback https://de.surveymonkey.com/s/SCU2013DACHSessionFeedback Overall Conference Feedback https://de.surveymonkey.com/s/SCU2013DACHOverallFeedb ack

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