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    • “cloud computing – an opportunity to disrupt”Beat Schwegler - Director, Platform Strategy Group - Microsoft corp.beatsch@microsoft.com - http://cloudbeatsch.com - @cloudbeatsch
    • mobility cloudsocial big datathe four killer technology trends, mobile,social, data and cloud are intersecting andopening new opportunities
    • cloud supply-side economics
    • beatsch@microsoft.com - http://cloudbeatsch.com - @cloudbeatsch - #TechEdZA
    • Windows Azure
    • globalfootprint
    • 99.95% monthly SLA
    • pay only for what you use
    • beatsch@microsoft.com - http://cloudbeatsch.com - @cloudbeatsch - #TechEdZA
    • servicepackageservicepackage
    • servicepackage
    • servicepackage
    •  Network load-balancerconfigured for traffic
    • data becomes the new currency
    • store – store – store – store – store
    • move compute to data
    • Map f(k1,v1)  list(k2,v2)Reduce f(k2, list(v2))  (k2, v3)functionallyin practice, WordCountthe quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dogMap(the,1) (quick,1), (brown,1), (fox,1), (jumps,1) (over,1), (the,1),(lazy,1),(dog,1)Shuffle(the,(1,1)) (quick,1), (brown,1), (fox,1),(jumps,1) (over,1),(lazy,1),(dog,1)Reduce(the,2) (quick,1), (brown,1), (fox,1), (jumps,1),(over,1), (lazy,1),(dog,1)in codeThen, scale to TB/PB of data over 10’s, 100’s or 1000’s of nodes