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  • Microsoft sees four fundamental requirements for any cloud computing offering. First it must have the ability to scale as customer demand requires. Second, it must provide automated service management, delivering more than just disk space and processors; it must have but the to seamlessly failover scale up scaled down and optimize management of the applications and services it hosts. Third must be highly available, with the highest level of reliability as well as redundancy and fail-over. Finally a must for multi-tenancy, concurrent hosting of multiple customers to optimize utilization and control costs.Beyond these fundamental requirements, there are also a number of considerations -- variables -- for cloud computing platforms. They may be located on premises (within IT data center) or remotely hosted by the provider and accessed over the Internet. The infrastructure they provide may support a single type of technology, or have the ability to host heterogeneous, interoperable technologies. The business model costs might be optimized for operating expenses or towards capital investment. The hardware and networking resources might be leased or owned. And the management of the IT systems might be self directed by the business or performed by a third party, perhaps cloud computing platform provider.
  • From the customer’s perspective, SQL Azure provides logical databases for application data storage. In reality, each customer’s data is actually stored in multiple SQL Server databases, which are distributed across multiple physical servers. Many customers may share the same physical database, but the data is presented to the customer through a logical database that abstracts the physical storage architecture and uses automatic load balancing and connection routing to access the distributed data. Security and isolation is managed automatically.The key impact of this model for the customer is a move from managing physical servers to focus on logical management of data storage through policies.
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    • 1. Microsoft Cloud Computing Platform
      David Chou
      architect
      microsoft
    • 2. Your
      Own
      Data Center
      Someone
      Else’s
      Data Center
      Many Views of Cloud Computing
      Use (services, information, etc.)
      Build (applications, data, etc.)
      Host (software, database, etc.)
    • 3. Private Cloud
      Public Cloud
      Many Views of Cloud Computing
      Service Delivery Models
      Software(as-a-service)
      Platform(as-a-service)
      Infrastructure(as-a-service)
      Community
      Dedicated
      Hybrid Cloud
      Cloud Deployment Models
    • 4. (On-Premise)
      Infrastructure
      (as a Service)
      Platform
      (as a Service)
      Service Delivery Models
      Software
      (as a Service)
      You manage
      Applications
      Applications
      Applications
      Applications
      You manage
      Data
      Data
      Data
      Data
      Runtime
      Runtime
      Runtime
      Runtime
      Managed by vendor
      Middleware
      Middleware
      Middleware
      Middleware
      You manage
      Managed by vendor
      O/S
      O/S
      O/S
      O/S
      Managed by vendor
      Virtualization
      Virtualization
      Virtualization
      Virtualization
      Servers
      Servers
      Servers
      Servers
      Storage
      Storage
      Storage
      Storage
      Networking
      Networking
      Networking
      Networking
    • 5. IT as a Utility?
    • 6. IT as a Strategic Value Enabler
      Hybrid
      Public
      Private
    • 7. Microsoft Cloud Strategy
      Extendour enterprise software that runs core functions for business today to the cloud at internet scale
      Developinnovative new services that expand the way end users, developers, and consumers can access and utilize the information they need, when they need it
      Focus IT resources on business innovation; reduce complexity
      Familiar, consistent, and unified development platform and tools
      Interoperability support for heterogeneous platforms
      Blended and hybrid solutions spanning on-premise and cloud-based options
      Simplified management with financially-backed uptime guarantees
    • 8. Fundamentals
      Automated
      Service
      Management
      High
      Availability
      Scale out
      Multi-tenancy
      Considerations
      Location
      On premises
      Off premises
      Infrastructure
      Heterogeneous
      Homogeneous
      OpEx
      CapEx
      Business model
      Lease/Rented
      Owned
      Ownership
      Third Party
      Self
      Management
      Microsoft Cloud Strategy
    • 9. A Hybrid World
      Scalability & Availability
      Consistency & Control
      On-Premise
      Public Cloud
      Manageability
      Redundancy & Resiliency
      Global Reach
      Security & Privacy
      Customizability
      Ease of Provisioning
      Abstract/Shared Resources
      Dedicated Resources
      Microsoft Cloud Strategy
      Homogeneity
      Heterogeneity
    • 10. Microsoft Cloud Strategy
      Platform of Choice
    • 11. Microsoft Cloud History
      (6 years)
      4B emails/day
      (7 years)
      5B conf
      min/yr
      (15 years)
      450M+
      active users
      (11 years)
      2B queries/mth
      (11 years)
      320M+ active
      users
      (12 years)
      Largest non-
      ICP/IP cloud service
      x100M users
      (13 years)
      550M
      users/mth
      (15 years)
      450M+
      active users
    • 12. The Microsoft Cloud
      Data Center Infrastructure
      3rd most connected network worldwide
      Purpose-built data centers to host containers at large scale
      • Cost $500 million, 100,000 square foot facility (10 football fields)
      • 13. Adding ~10,000 servers / month
      40 foot shipping containers can house as many as 2,500 servers
      • Density of 10 times amount of compute in equivalent space in traditional data center
      Deliver an average PUE of 1.22
      • Power Usage Effectiveness benchmark from The Green Grid™ consortium on energy efficiency
    • The Microsoft Cloud
      Data Center Infrastructure
    • 14. The Microsoft Cloud
      Server Container Deployment
    • 15. The Microsoft Cloud
      Server Container Deployment
    • 16. The Microsoft Cloud
      Server Container Deployment
    • 17. The Microsoft Cloud
      Server Container Deployment
    • 18. The Microsoft Cloud
      Server Container Deployment
    • 19. The Microsoft Cloud
      Server Container Deployment
    • 20. The Microsoft Cloud
      Server Container Deployment
    • 21. The Microsoft Cloud
      Globally Distributed Data Centers
      Quincy, WA
      Chicago, IL
      San Antonio, TX
      Dublin, Ireland
      Generation 4 DCs
    • 22. The Microsoft Cloud
      Highly available, scalable, and consistent application fabric environment
    • 23. Categories of Services
      Application Services
      Software Services
      Platform Services
      Infrastructure Services
      The Microsoft Cloud
    • 24. Application
      Marketplace
      Information Marketplace
      Personal Data Repository
      Application Services
      Workflow Hosting
      Distributed Cache
      Services Hosting
      Frameworks
      Claims-Based Identity
      Federated Identities
      Secure Token Service
      Declarative Policies
      Security
      Registry
      On-Premise Bridging
      Service Bus
      Connectivity
      Transact-SQL
      Data Synchronization
      Relational Database
      ADO.NET, ODBC, PHP
      Data
      Compute
      C / C++
      Win32
      VHD
      Dynamic Tabular Data
      Blobs
      Message Queues
      Distributed File System
      Content Distribution
      Storage
      Windows Azure Platform
    • 25. Application Services
      “Dublin”
      “Velocity”
      Frameworks
      “Geneva”
      Security
      Access Control
      Project “Sydney”
      Connectivity
      Service Bus
      SQL Azure Data Sync
      Data
      Compute
      Windows Azure Platform
      Table Storage
      Blob Storage
      Queue
      Drive
      Content Delivery Network
      Storage
    • 26. Case Study – Kelley Blue Book
      About
      • kbb.com; vehicle data aggregation and publication service provider
      • 27. 14M unique visitors per month
      • 28. Multiple physical data centers
      Solution
      • Cloud-based overflow capacity
      • 29. Windows Azure Web Role
      • 30. SQL Azure database
      Benefits
      • ~$100,000 savings / year in hosting costs
      • 31. Retire failover data center (27 Web servers & 9 SQL Servers)
      • 32. <1% code changes needed for application compatibility
      • 33. 6 weeks reduced to 6 minutes to add server capacity
    • Case Study – Domino’s Pizza
      About
      • Domino’s Pizza’s online ordering system
      • 34. 0 online txnsin 2005 to +20M in 2009 - need to improve system availability, scalability, and extendibility
      • 35. Server capacity risk mitigation to support traffic spikes and disaster recovery needs
      Solution
      • Cloud-based overflow capacity
      • 36. Java/Tomcat app in Windows Azure
      • 37. Windows Azure Table Storage
      Benefits
      • Ability to handle peak loads during periods of extreme need (i.e. anticipated 50% volume spikes during SuperBowl)
      • 38. Capability to make optimizations over time and balance use of compute resources across the on-premise and cloud to evolve IT as business evolves
    • Case Study – Coca-Cola Enterprises
      About
      • An SAP on-premise instance which holds all the actual order history data, plus 2 enterprise LOB apps handling pricing, targeted promotions, & delivery schedules
      • 39. ~1 million customers worldwide
      Solution
      • Cloud-based Web-enablement of on-premise assets
      • 40. Windows Azure Web Role (20) + Silverlight
      • 41. Web services integration via on-premise ESB endpoints
      Benefits
      • “In a matter of weeks, we were able to see the fruits of our efforts very rapidly.“ – Kevin Flowers, Dir. Enabling Technologies
      • 42. “The resilience and reliability of this platform is some of the benefits that we are seeing.” – EsatSezer, SVP & CIO
    • Case Study – Outback Steakhouse
      About
      • Outback Steakhouse operates more than 1,230 restaurants in 50 states and 21 countries. The company’s annual revenues exceed U.S.$3 billion
      • 43. Wanted to encourage repeat guests by creating a social networking presence
      Solution
      • Viral marketing campaign on Facebook
      • 44. Windows Azure Web Roles for main application
      • 45. Windows Azure Worker Roles with caches and an asynchronous architecture to improve performance and scalability. SQL Azure and Windows Azure Table service used for background processing
      Benefits
      • <8 weeks development time
      • 46. Application launched on 11/5/2009 and achieved its goal of 500,000 fans within 18 days
    • Case Study - RiskMetrics
      About
      • Complex Monte Carlo simulations to calculate financial risks
      • 47. Daily risk analysis load equivalent to processing 4 trillion US Stocks
      • 48. Existing on-premise HPC implementation
      Solution
      • Massively scalable compute leveraging cloud capacity
      • 49. Deployed on 2K Windows Azure instances; 10K+ planned in 2010
      • 50. Windows Azure Worker Role
      • 51. Windows Azure Blob and Queue
      • 52. AppFabric Service Bus
      Benefits
      • Elastic scaling to effectively meet customer demands
      • 53. Turning elements of its peak load infrastructure from a fixed cost to a variable cost
    • Case Study - eBay
      About
      • 200M live listings; $60B in merchandise vol.
      • 54. 75B database calls / day
      • 55. Automated, scalable, cost-effective data center solution
      Solution
      • Windows Azure Platform Appliance
      • 56. Windows Azure, SQL Azure
      • 57. http://ipad.ebay.com
      Benefits
      • Cloud extension of on-premise architecture
      • 58. Improve user experience through automated capacity management, scalable processing and rapid response to experimentation and live tests
      • 59. Focus engineering efforts on a better experience for buyers and sellers
    • Sign up at the Windows Azure Platform developers’ portal
      Windows Azure access
      Developer tools
      White papers
      Sample applications
      Plan pilot applications, proofs of concept, and architectural design sessions with Windows Azure partners
      http://www.azure.com
    • 60. 3 Key Takeaways
      Platform-as-a-service fabric cloud
      Hybridon-premisesoftware and cloudservices platform
      Consistentprogramming modeland tools
    • 61. Thank you!
      david.chou@microsoft.com
      blogs.msdn.com/dachou
      © 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.
      The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
    • 62. Windows Azure
      Compute – instance types: Web Role & Worker Role. Windows Azure applications are built with web role instances, worker role instances, or a combination of both.
      Operating system as an online service; with automated provisioning and services management
      Development, service hosting, & management environment
      .NET, Java PHP, Python, Ruby, native code (C/C++, Win32, etc.)
      ASP.NET providers, FastCGI, memcached, MySQL, Tomcat
      Full-trust – supports standard languages and APIs
      Secure certificate store
      Management API’s, and logging and diagnostics systems
      Multiple roles – Web, Worker, Virtual Machine (VHD)
      Multiple VM sizes
      1.6 GHz CPU x64, 1.75GB RAM, 100Mbps network, 250GB volatile storage
      Small (1X), Medium (2X), Large (4X), X-Large (8X)
      In-place rolling upgrades, organized by upgrade domains
      Walk each upgrade domain one at a time
      Each instance runs on its own VM (virtual machine), replicated as needed
      The Fabric Controller communicates with every server within the Fabric. It manages Windows Azure, monitors every application, decides where new applications should run – optimizing hardware utilization.
      Guest VM 3
      Guest VM 2
      Guest VM 1
      Host VM
      Maintenance OS
      Guest VM 1
      Host VM
      Host VM
    • 63. SQL Azure
      Highly available, scalable, and consistent distributed relational database service; with geo-replication and geo-location of data
      VM 5
      VM 6
      VM 4
      DBA role places more focus on policy/logical management
      SQL Server
      SQL Server
      SQL Server
      SQL DB
      SQL DB
      SQL DB
      Shared infrastructure at SQL database and below
      Each user database is replicated to one or more servers (configurable based on SLA)
      Client requests are routed to current “primary server” for read and write operations (based on SQL session)
      Security, lockdown and isolation enforced in SQL tier
      Highly scalable and state-of-the-art HA technology
      Automatic failure detection; client request re-routed to new primary on failure
      High SLA guarantee using logical replication (hot standby replicas)
      Automatic management, self-healing and load balancing across shared resource pool
      Security Model
      Uses regular SQL security model
      Authenticate logins, map to users and roles
      Authorize users and roles to SQL objects
      Supports standard SQL logins
      Logins are username + password strings
      Service enforces use of SSL to secure credentials
      Upcoming support for AD Federation, WLID, etc.
      Connectivity Model
      Connect using common client libraries
      ADO.NET, OLE DB, ODBC, etc.
      Clients connect to a database directly
      Cannot hop across DBs
      UserDB1
      UserDB2
      UserDB3
      UserDB4
      UserDB1
      UserDB2
      UserDB3
      UserDB4
      UserDB1
      UserDB2
      UserDB3
      UserDB4
      SQL Azure database provisioning (databases, accounts, roles, …, metering, and billing)
      Scalability and Availability: fabric, failover, replication, and load balancing
    • 64. Windows Azure platform AppFabric
      Internet-scoped overlay-network bridging across IP NATs and firewalls with federated access control
      Service Bus
      Expose RESTful or SOAP services over the internet through firewall and NAT boundaries
      Communicate bi-directionally between apps and services in an interoperable manner
      Choose relays, queues, routers, and other message patterns and types
      Scale out naturally and reliably as apps and services grow
      Access Control
      Integrate authorization into apps to control “what users are allowed to do”
      Federate with multiple identity systems across organizations and ID providers
      Easily apply fine-grained access control rules
      Secure Service Bus communications
      Scale out naturally and reliably as apps and services grow
    • 65. Web Role and Worker Role
      Service Instance
      Service Instance
      Worker Role
      Web Role
      .NET in Windows Azure
      default.aspx
      RoleEntry Point
      IIS
      bind port(x)
      SQL Database
      http://instance:x
      http://instance:y
      Service
      Bus
      Access Control
      http://app:80
      Fabric Controller
      Load Balancer
      Table
      Storage
      Blob
      Storage
      Queue
    • 66. Web Role and IIS/FastCGI with Native Runtime
      Service Instance
      Service Instance
      Web Role
      PHP in Windows Azure
      php
      -cgi
      index.php
      FastCGI
      IIS
      bind port(x)
      SQL Database
      http://instance:x
      http://instance:y
      Service
      Bus
      Access Control
      http://app:80
      Fabric Controller
      Load Balancer
      Table
      Storage
      Blob
      Storage
      Queue
    • 67. Worker Role and Sub-Process Invoking Native Code
      Service Instance
      Java and Tomcat in Windows Azure
      listen port(x)
      Service Instance
      Worker Role
      Sub-Process
      Tomcat
      server.xml
      Catalina
      index.jsp
      new Process()
      RoleEntry Point
      bind port(x)
      get
      runtime
      info
      SQL Database
      JVM
      http://instance:x
      http://instance:y
      Service
      Bus
      Access Control
      http://app:80
      Fabric Controller
      Load Balancer
      Table
      Storage
      Blob
      Storage
      Queue
    • 68. Optimal Cloud Workload Patterns
      “Growing Fast“
      “On and Off “
      Inactivity
      Period
      Compute
      Compute
      Average Usage
      Usage
      Average
      Time
      Time
      • On and off workloads (e.g. batch job)
      • 69. Over provisioned capacity is wasted
      • 70. Time to market can be cumbersome
      • 71. Successful services needs to grow/scale
      • 72. Keeping up w/growth is big IT challenge
      • 73. Complex lead time for deployment
      “Unpredictable Bursting“
      “Predictable Bursting“
      Compute
      Compute
      Average Usage
      Average Usage
      Time
      Time
      • Unexpected/unplanned peak in demand
      • 74. Sudden spike impacts performance
      • 75. Can’t over provision for extreme cases
      • 76. Services with micro seasonality trends
      • 77. Peaks due to periodic increased demand
      • 78. IT complexity and wasted capacity
    • Benefits of Cloud Computing
      BUSINESS
      DEMANDS
      TECHOLOGYDEMANDS
      WINDOWS AZURE PLATFORM OFFERS
      • Cost-effective solution to manage IT resources
      • 79. Less infrastructure to buy/configure and support
      • 80. Lower TCO
      • 81. Predictable cost
      • 82. Focus on delivering compelling software not on managing infrastructure
      • 83. Monetize new offering quickly without investment in billing and other enablement technologies.
        
      • Speed of development
      • 84. Interoperability
      • 85. Leverage existing IP
      • 86. Simplified deployment
      • 87. Scale up or down as business needs change
      • 88. Go to market faster
      • 89. Reliable service
      • 90. SLAs
      • 91. Security
      • 92. Global data centers
      Lower costs
      Efficiency
      Stay Competitive
      Innovation
      Generate New Revenue Quickly
      Agility
      Reduced
      Risk
      Reliability
    • 93. Generalized Application Model
      Always Available
      Service-Oriented
      Model-Driven
      Scale-Out
      Staged Production
      Self-Service
      Failure Resilient
      Federated
      Multi-Tenant
      Elastic
      Microsoft Cloud Strategy
    • 94. Pricing
      SUBSCRIPTION
      CONSUMPTION
      VOLUME LICENSING
      “Pay as you go and grow”
      Available at launch
      “Coordinated purchasing”
      Planned for FY11
      “Value for a commitment“
      Select offers Announced
      • Low barrier to entry and flexibility
      • 95. Optimized for cloud elasticity
      • 96. Discounts for commitment
      • 97. Plans for payment predictability
      • 98. Unified purchasing through EA
      • 99. Introduction to volume discounts
      • 100. Compute
      $0.12 / hour
      • Storage
      $0.15 / GB / month
      $0.01 / 10K txns
      • CDN
      $0.15 / GB (NA & EU)
      $0.01 / 10K txns
      • Bandwidth
      $0.10 in / GB; $0.15 out / GB
      • Web Edition
      1GB – $9.99 / month
      • Business Edition
      10GB – $99.99 / month
      20GB – $199.98 / month
      30GB – $299.97 / month
      40GB – $399.96 / month
      50GB – $499.95 / month
      • Bandwidth
      $0.10 in / GB; $0.15 out / GB
      • Service Bus
      $3.99 / connection
      $1.99 / connection / pack (x5, x25, x100, x500)
      • Access Control
      $1.99 / 100K txns
      • Bandwidth
      $0.10 in / GB; $0.15 out / GB
    • 101. Offers & Promotions
      Development Accelerator
      Designed to accelerate cloud app development. Flexible (on/off) consumption for scaling. Predictable payment and discounted price.
      • 6 month subscription (38%-45% discount)
      • 102. Offered as a unit (can order multiple units)
      • 103. Cancel first 30 days; anytime after first 6 months
      • 104. Overage at Standard Consumption rates
      CORE($59.95/month)
      Amount Included in Base
      Compute 750 hrs/mo
      Storage 10 GB/mo
      Storage Transactions 1M/mo
      NET - Messages 1M/mo
      Data Transfers 7 GB In / 14 GB Out
      EXTENDED($109.95/month)
      Amount Included in Base
      Same as Core except also includes 1 SQL Azure Business Edition DB (10 GB)
      Introductory Free Offer
      No-cost developer starter offer. Provides no-cost allocation to run a cloud service.
      • Available to all partner/customers
      • 105. Limit of one per customer
      • 106. Overage at Standard Consumption rates
      NO-COST
      Windows Azure
      Compute 25 Hrs/month
      Storage 0.5 GB/month
      Bandwidth 0.5 GB/month
      Storage Transactions 10K/month
      SQL Azure
      1 Web Edition DB (1GB DB) 90 day trial
      Service Bus and Access Control Service
      Messages 100K/mo
      MSDN Premium
      Mobilize committed .NET developer base. Enable them to build, deploy, manage multiple cloud projects w/in MSDN subscription.
      • Available to MSDN Premium subscribers with limit of one per subscription (one per Windows Live ID)
      • 107. 12-month term
      • 108. Overage at partner Consumption rates
      • 109. Limited time to sign up (thru 6/30/10)
      • 110. After 6/30/10 quantities may be reduced
      NO-COST
      Windows Azure
      Compute 750 hrs
      Storage 10 GB
      Storage Transaction 1M
      SQL Azure - 3 Web DB (1 GB)
      Service Bus and Access Control Service Messages 1 Million
      Data Transfer 7GB In/14GB Out
    • 111. Application Models
      Web Hosting
      • Massive scale infrastructure
      • 112. Burst & overflow capacity
      • 113. Temporary, ad-hoc sites
      Application Hosting
      • Hybrid applications
      • 114. Composite applications
      • 115. Automated agents / jobs
      Media Hosting & Processing
      Distributed Storage
      • External backup and storage
      High Performance Computing
      • Parallel & distributed processing
      • 118. Massive modeling & simulation
      • 119. Advanced analytics
      Information Sharing
      • Reference data
      • 120. Common data repositories
      • 121. Knowledge discovery & mgmt
      Collaborative Processes
      • Multi-enterprise integration
      • 122. B2B& e-commerce
      • 123. Supply chain management
      • 124. Health & life sciences
      • 125. Domain-specific services
    • Building “Cloudy” Applications
      Architecture Design
      • Multi-tenancy
      • 126. Horizontal scaling
      • 127. Service-oriented composition
      • 128. Eventual consistency
      • 129. Fault tolerant (expect failures)
      Security
      • Claims-based access control
      • 130. Federated identity
      • 131. Data encryption & key mgmt.
      Management
      • Policy-driven automation
      • 132. Aware of application lifecycles
      • 133. Handle dynamic data schema and configuration changes
      Data & Content
      • De-normalization
      • 134. Logical partitioning
      • 135. Distributed in-memory cache
      • 136. Diverse data storage options (persistent & transient, relational & no-SQL, text & binary)
      Processes
      • Loosely coupled components
      • 137. Parallel & distributed processing
      • 138. Asynchronous distributed communication
      • 139. Idempotent (handle duplicity)
      • 140. Isolation (separation of concerns)
    • Presentation
      • ASP.NET C#, PHP, Java
      • 141. Distributed in-memory cache
      Internet-Scale Application Architecture
      Services
      • .NET C#, Java, native code
      • 142. Distributed in-memory cache
      • 143. Asynchronous processes
      • 144. Distributed parallel processes
      • 145. Transient file storage
      Connectivity
      • Message queues
      • 146. Service orchestrations
      • 147. Identity federation
      • 148. Claims-based access control
      • 149. External services connectivity
      SERVICE BUS
      ACCESS CONTROL
      WORK
      FLOWS
      Storage
      • Relational & transactional data
      • 150. Federated databases
      • 151. Unstructured, de-normalized data
      • 152. Logical partitioning
      • 153. Persistent file & blob storage
      • 154. Encrypted storage
    • Application Patterns
      Cloud Web Application
      User
      Silverlight
      Application
      Web Browser
      Mobile
      Browser
      WPF
      Application
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Web Svc
      (Web Role)
      Jobs
      (Worker Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Private Cloud
      Public Cloud Services
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Enterprise Application
      Application
      Service
      Enterprise Web Svc
      Data
      Service
      Table Storage
      Service
      Blob Storage
      Service
      Queue
      Service
      Enterprise Data
      Storage
      Service
      Identity
      Service
      Enterprise Identity
      Service Bus
      Access Control Service
      Workflow
      Service
      User
      Data
      Application
      Data
      Reference Data
    • 155. Application Patterns
      Composite Services Application
      User
      Silverlight
      Application
      Web Browser
      Mobile
      Browser
      WPF
      Application
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Web Svc
      (Web Role)
      Jobs
      (Worker Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Private Cloud
      Public Services
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Enterprise Application
      Application
      Service
      Enterprise Web Svc
      Data
      Service
      Table Storage
      Service
      Blob Storage
      Service
      Queue
      Service
      Enterprise Data
      Storage
      Service
      Identity
      Service
      Enterprise Identity
      Service Bus
      Access Control Service
      Workflow
      Service
      User
      Data
      Application Data
      Reference Data
    • 156. Application Patterns
      Cloud Agent Application
      User
      Silverlight
      Application
      Web Browser
      Mobile
      Browser
      WPF
      Application
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Web Svc
      (Web Role)
      Jobs
      (Worker Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Private Cloud
      Public Services
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Enterprise Application
      Application
      Service
      Enterprise Web Svc
      Data
      Service
      Table Storage
      Service
      Blob Storage
      Service
      Queue
      Service
      Enterprise Data
      Storage
      Service
      Identity
      Service
      Enterprise Identity
      Service Bus
      Access Control Service
      Workflow
      Service
      User
      Data
      Application Data
      Reference Data
    • 157. Application Patterns
      B2B Integration Application
      User
      Silverlight
      Application
      Web Browser
      Mobile
      Browser
      WPF
      Application
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Web Svc
      (Web Role)
      Jobs
      (Worker Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Private Cloud
      Public Services
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Enterprise Application
      Application
      Service
      Enterprise Web Svc
      Data
      Service
      Table Storage
      Service
      Blob Storage
      Service
      Queue
      Service
      Enterprise Data
      Storage
      Service
      Identity
      Service
      Enterprise Identity
      Service Bus
      Access Control Service
      Workflow
      Service
      User
      Data
      Application Data
      Reference Data
    • 158. Application Patterns
      Grid / Parallel Computing Application
      User
      Silverlight
      Application
      Web Browser
      Mobile
      Browser
      WPF
      Application
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Web Svc
      (Web Role)
      Jobs
      (Worker Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Private Cloud
      Public Services
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Enterprise Application
      Application
      Service
      Enterprise Web Svc
      Data
      Service
      Table Storage
      Service
      Blob Storage
      Service
      Queue
      Service
      Enterprise Data
      Storage
      Service
      Identity
      Service
      Enterprise Identity
      Service Bus
      Access Control Service
      Workflow
      Service
      User
      Data
      Application Data
      Reference Data
    • 159. Application Patterns
      Hybrid Enterprise Application
      User
      Silverlight
      Application
      Web Browser
      Mobile
      Browser
      WPF
      Application
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Web Svc
      (Web Role)
      Jobs
      (Worker Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Private Cloud
      Public Services
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      ASP.NET
      (Web Role)
      Enterprise Application
      Application
      Service
      Enterprise Web Svc
      Data
      Service
      Table Storage
      Service
      Blob Storage
      Service
      Queue
      Service
      Enterprise Data
      Storage
      Service
      Identity
      Service
      Enterprise Identity
      Service Bus
      Access Control Service
      Workflow
      Service
      User
      Data
      Application Data
      Reference Data
    • 160. Windows Azure Compute
      Development, service hosting, & management environment
      .NET, Java PHP, Python, Ruby, native code (C/C++, Win32, etc.)
      ASP.NET providers, FastCGI, memcached, MySQL, Tomcat
      Full-trust – supports standard languages and APIs
      Secure certificate store
      Management API’s, and logging and diagnostics systems
      Multiple roles – Web, Worker, Virtual Machine (VHD)
      Multiple VM sizes
      1.6 GHz CPU x64, 1.75GB RAM, 100Mbps network, 250GB volatile storage
      Small (1X), Medium (2X), Large (4X), X-Large (8X)
      In-place rolling upgrades, organized by upgrade domains
      Walk each upgrade domain one at a time
      Compute
    • 161. Windows Azure Diagnostics
      Configurable trace, performance counter, Windows event log, IIS log & file buffering
      Local data buffering quota management
      Query & modify from the cloud and from the desktop per role instance
      Transfer to storage scheduled & on-demand
      Filter by data type, verbosity & time range
      Compute
    • 162. Windows Azure Storage
      Rich data abstractions – tables, blobs, queues, drives, CDN
      Capacity (100TB), throughput (100MB/sec), transactions (1K req/sec)
      High accessibility
      Supports geo-location
      Language & platform agnostic REST APIs
      URL: http://<account>.<store>.core.windows.net
      Client libraries for .NET, Java, PHP, etc.
      High durability – data is replicated 3 times within a cluster, and (Feb 2010) across datacenters
      High scalability – data is automatically partitioned and load balanced across servers
      Storage
      Storage
    • 163. Windows Azure Table Storage
      Designed for structured data, not relational data
      Data definition is part of the application
      A Table is a set of Entities (records)
      An Entity is a set of Properties (fields)
      No fixed schema
      Each property is stored as a <name, typed value> pair
      Two entities within the same table can have different properties
      No schema is enforced
      Table Storage
    • 164. Windows Azure Blob Storage
      Storage for large, named files plus their metadata
      Block Blob
      Targeted at streaming workloads
      Each blob consists of a sequence of blocks
      Each block is identified by a Block ID
      Size limit 200GB per blob
      Page Blob
      Targeted at random read/write workloads
      Each blob consists of an array of pages
      Each page is identified by its offset from the start of the blob
      Size limit 1TB per blob
      Blob Storage
    • 165. Windows Azure Queue
      Performance efficient, highly available and provide reliable message delivery
      Asynchronous work dispatch
      Inter-role communication
      Polling based model; best-effort FIFO data structure
      Queue operations
      Create Queue
      Delete Queue
      List Queues
      Get/Set Queue Metadata
      Message operations
      Add Message
      Get Message(s)
      Peek Message(s)
      Delete Message
      Queue
    • 166. Windows Azure Drive
      Provides a durable NTFS volume for Windows Azure applications to use
      Use existing NTFS APIs to access a durable drive
      Durability and survival of data on application failover
      Enables migrating existing NTFS applications to the cloud
      Drives can be up to 1TB; a VM can dynamically mount up to 8 drives
      A Windows Azure Drive is a Page Blob
      Example, mount Page Blob as X:
      http://<account>.blob.core.windows.net/<container>/<blob>
      All writes to drive are made durable to the Page Blob
      Drive made durable through standard Page Blob replication
      Drive
    • 167. Windows Azure Content Delivery Network
      Provides high-bandwidth global blob content delivery
      18 locations globally (US, Europe, Asia, Australia and South America), and growing
      Blob service URL vs. CDN URL
      Blob URL: http://<account>.blob.core.windows.net/
      CDN URL: http://<guid>.vo.msecnd.net/
      Support for custom domain names
      Access details
      Blobs are cached in CDN until the TTL passes
      Use per-blob HTTP Cache-Control policy for TTL (new)
      CDN provides only anonymous HTTP access
      Content Delivery Network
    • 168. SQL Azure
      Highly available, scalable, and consistent distributed relational database; geo-replication and geo-location of data
      Relational database, provided as a service
      Highly symmetrical development and tooling experience (use TDS protocol and T-SQL)
      Highly scaled out, on commodity hardware
      Built on the SQL Server technology foundation
      Editions: Web (1GB), Business (10GB)
      Data
    • 169. SQL Azure Data Sync
      Tools for data synchronization with SQL Azure
      Connect on-premises apps with the cloud
      Create cached-mode clients
      Built on Microsoft Sync Framework and ADO.NET Sync Services
      SQL Azure Data Sync
    • 170. AppFabric Service Bus
      Securely connect applications
      Over the internet
      Across any network topology
      Across organizational boundaries
      Primary application patterns
      Eventing– notify applications and/or devices
      Service Remoting– securely project on-premises services out to the cloud
      Tunneling– app-to-app communication with NAT/Firewall traversal
      Connectivity
      Service Bus
    • 171. AppFabric Access Control
      Provides outsourcing of claims-based access control for REST web services
      Key capabilities:
      Usable from any platform
      Low friction way to onboard new clients
      Integrates with ADFS v2
      Supports OAuth WRAP / SWT
      Enables simple delegation
      Used today by Service Bus and “Dallas”
      Security
      Access Control
    • 172. “Geneva”
      Next generation identity and access management platform
      Claims-based access and single sign-on for on-premise and cloud-based applications in the enterprise, across organizations, and on the Web
      “Geneva Framework“ (Windows Identity Foundation)
      Provides .NET development tools, which includes pre-built, user-access logic that externalizes authentication from applications. It helps developers build claims-aware .NET applications, plus build custom security token services (STS)
      “Geneva Server“
      An STS for IT that issues and transforms claims and other tokens, manages user access and enables federation and access management for simplified single sign-on
      “Geneva”
      “CardSpace Geneva”
      For helping users navigate between multiple logons for simplified single sign-on while providing complete user control and transparency for how personal information is shared
    • 173. “Velocity”
      Distributed in-memory cache platform for developing scalable, available, and highly-performance applications
      Caches any serializable CLR object and provides access through simple cache APIs
      Supports enterprise scale: tens to hundreds of computers
      Configurable to run as a service accessed over the network
      “Velocity”
      Supports dynamic scaling and automatic load balancing
      Supports continuous availability of cached data by storing copies on separate cache hosts
      Integration with administration and monitoring tools such as Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) and System Center.
    • 174. “Dublin”
      Evolution of WAS/IIS and Windows App Server role to run and manage WF and WCF services
      Enhances the hosting of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow (WF) in the Windows Process Activation Service (WAS)
      Simplified deployment and management of WCF and WF services hosted in WAS
      Configuration of persistence for durable workflows
      Customizable tracking profiles with dedicated, queryable storage for tracked data
      Customizable monitoring of hosted services
      “Dublin”
    • 175. “Dallas”
      Information-as-a-service
      Discover, acquire, and consume structured, blob, and real-time data to power any application – on any platform and any screen size
      Brokerage Business – partner driven ecosystem and global reach to deliver data and functionality to developers and information workers
      Analytics and Reporting – single click analysis to augment private data with public data
      Built on Windows Azure and SQL Azure