Tech Ed 2013: Key Ingredients for Building Hybrid (Cross-Premise) Cloud Applications


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One of the key challenges for organizations wanting to move to the public cloud is determining which applications or services can be moved externally and which services must remain internal. The challenge frequently comes from not being able to determine how their application can leverage External IaaS and PaaS, along with their private cloud resources. Let’s face it, when it comes to applications there is no “one size fits all” approach.

This session walks through a demonstration of a “Hybrid Cloud Application” scenario where Windows Azure IaaS and PaaS are leveraged along with on-premise resources. The primary technologies used in this demonstration are Windows Azure (IaaS and PaaS) along with Microsoft System Center 2012 – Virtual Machine Manager and System Center 2012 – App Controller.

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Tech Ed 2013: Key Ingredients for Building Hybrid (Cross-Premise) Cloud Applications

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  3. 3. The changing cloud continuum COST-EFFICIENCY SimplerManagement PaaS SaaS platform as a service software as a service IaaS infrastructure as a service Virtualized data center CONTROL
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  6. 6. Datacenter TwoDatacenter One Development Production Logical and standardized Diverse infrastructure Resources (cloud) abstraction Delegated capacity Standardized services Assign dedicated and shared resources Production Development
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  8. 8. Public Cloud Application Ingredients
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  10. 10. PRIVATE PUBLIC Identity
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  14. 14. Hybrid Public/Private Cloud Enterprise app in Windows Azure requiring connectivity to on-premises resources Enterprise Identity and Access Control Manage identity and access control with on-premises resources (on-premises Active Directory) Monitoring and Management Remote monitoring and trouble-shooting of resources running in Windows Azure Advanced Connectivity Requirements Cloud deployments requiring persistent IP addresses and direct connectivity across services
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  22. 22. Online Snapshots Disk-Based Recovery Active Directory Tape-Based Backup Data Protection Manager Up to Every 15 minutes Disaster Recovery with offsite replication and tape Data Protection Manager
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  24. 24. Self Service Service Delivery & Automation Deploy Configure Service Model IT Admin Operate Monitor Virtual Machine Manager Operations Manager App Controller Service Manager Service Manager Orchestrator Data Protection Manager App Owner Application Management Service Delivery & Automation Infrastructure Management
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  28. 28. Develop and Test in VMs, Build Websites, Extend on-premises applications Drop by the Windows Azure booth to participate in the Windows Azure Challenge for even more prizes! MSDN Subscribers: you’ve got it, now use it Activate your MSDN Benefit & try it by 9/30 You could win* an Aston Martin V8 Vantage! Go to:
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