Session 3: Windows Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS)
 

Session 3: Windows Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS)

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Präsentation im Rahmen der Windows Azure Starter Roadshow: ...

Präsentation im Rahmen der Windows Azure Starter Roadshow:

- Entwickeln auf Windows Azure
--Grundsätze die es zu beachten gilt
--Deployment
- Windows Azure Websites
--Auto-scaling, Deployment, Backup und Restore
- Azure Cloud Services
--web roles & worker roles
- Mobile Services
--Azure als Backend für mobile Applikationen

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Session 3: Windows Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS) Session 3: Windows Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS) Presentation Transcript

  • 2013 © Trivadis BASEL BERN LAUSANNE ZÜRICH DÜSSELDORF FRANKFURT A.M. FREIBURG I.BR. HAMBURG MÜNCHEN STUTTGART WIEN Microsoft Azure Development Stefan Geiger Gerry Keune @trivadis.com 12.06.2014 Development 1
  • 2013 © Trivadis AGENDA 1. Websites / Development Tools & Deployment 2. Cloud Services 3. Mobile Services 12.06.2014 Development 2
  • 2013 © Trivadis Microsoft Azure Compute Overview 12.06.2014 Development 3 Web Sites Quickly and easy deployment to highly scalable cloud environment Cloud Services High available, scalable applications and services using rich PaaS environment, Advanced mult-tier scenarios Virtual Machines Eeasily deploy and run durable Windows Server and Linux VM’s using IaaS environment Mobile Services Create backend for your Mobile apps and integrate push notifications (Windows/Phone 8, iOS)
  • 2013 © Trivadis Web Sites  Provides easy and flexible web site hosting for web projects  Static Sites, Custom build web applications  Built-in support for various open source applications - WordPress, Joomla, Composite C1 CMS ……  Good Scaling options  Starting free of charge  (limited Quotas)  Scale-Up/Down possible anytime  On-Premise applications can be moved with no changes  Great Tooling Support in Visual Studio 2013 12.06.2014 Development 4
  • 2013 © Trivadis Web Sites Development  Supported Developer Frameworks  ASP.NET / ASP.NET MVC  Classic ASP  Node.js  PHP  Easy Deployment options  GIT, FTP, TFS, Web Deploy  Simple Tracing and Debugging options 12.06.2014 Development 5
  • 2013 © Trivadis VM Azure Web Site Management Web Sites 12.06.2014 Development 6 IIS Azure LB Code VM
  • 2013 © Trivadis 12.06.2014 Development 7 Demo Web Sites
  • 2013 © Trivadis Web Sites Scale  Scale Out (Shared Instances)  Instances of application are running on different web workers  Shared capacity constrained applied  Ideal for stateless applications  Scale Up (Reserved Instances)  Application is running on dedicated box  No Shared resource capacity limitations 12.06.2014 Development 8
  • 2013 © Trivadis Azure Web Site Quotas 12.06.2014 Development 9 Quota Free Shared Reserved 1’024MB (all Sites) 1’024MB 10 GB 165mb/day Pay as you go, not included in base price Pay as you go, not included in base price 1hr/day, 2.5 minutes of every 5 4hrs/day, 2.5 minutes of every 5 N/A 1024mb/hr 512mb/hr N/A
  • 2013 © Trivadis AGENDA 1. Websites / Development Tools & Deployment 2. Cloud Services 3. Mobile Services 12.06.2014 Development 10
  • 2013 © Trivadis Microsoft Azure Cloud Services  Cloud Services provides Platform as a Service (Paas) to build high available and scalable applications  Most advanced compute option  Supports multi-tier architectures  Automated application management 05.06.2014 Development 11
  • 2013 © Trivadis Role Types  Web Role : The role is hosted on IIS  Worker Role : The role is an executable (you can create your own web server, host a database, …)  VM Role : The role is a non persistence VM.  Use Windows services, scheduled tasks, etc.  You configure and maintain the OS. 05.06.2014 Development 12 Abstraction Control (i.e. Less IT & Less Plumbing Code) Worker Role VM RoleWeb Role
  • 2013 © Trivadis VM (Worker Role) VM (Worker Role) VM (Web Role) VM (Web Role) VM (Web Role) VM Microsoft Azure Cloud Services 05.06.2014 Development 13 IIS TCP / HTTP(S) VM (Worker Role) Azure LB Azure LBAzure LB
  • 2013 © Trivadis Worker Role Patterns  Queue Polling Worker  Poll and Pop Messages within while(true) loop  E.g. Map/Reduce pattern, background image processing  Listening Worker Role  Create TcpListener or WCF Service Host  E.g. Run a .NET SMTP server or WCF Service  External Process Worker Role  OnStart or Run method executes Process.Start()  Startup Task installs or executes background/foreground process  E.g. Run a database server, web server, distributed cache 14 Development 05.06.2014
  • 2013 © Trivadis Microsoft Azure Cloud Services  Windows Server 2008/R2, 2012/R2 (64bit)  .NET 4.0 and .NET 4.5  Full Trust  IIS7 - 8 Web Sites (ASP.NET, FastCGI)  Web Services (WCF)  Stateless Servers  HTTP(S), TCP 05.06.2014 Development 15
  • 2013 © Trivadis Cloud Services vs Web Sites  Cloud Services allows administrative access to your application’s VMs.  Install arbitrary software that your application needs  Cloud Services allow Remote Desktop connections directly to an application’s VMs  Cloud Services allow networking technologies such as Microsoft Azure Virtual Network and Microsoft Azure Connect to hook on-premises computers to Cloud Services applications. 12.06.2014 Development 16
  • 2013 © Trivadis AGENDA 1. Websites / Development Tools & Deployment 2. Cloud Services 3. Mobile Services 12.06.2014 Development 17
  • 2013 © Trivadis Development 12.06.2014 Development 18  Simplifies common development tasks  Application persistency  Backend processing  Push Notifications  Identity  Rapid Development  Configure a secure backend in minutes  Integrated Source Control (Git / Web Deploy)  Use any Microsoft Azure service - Service Bus, Media Services, Storage…..  High available and scalable backend service for mobile and client apps  SLA 99.9%  Up to 10 Mobile Services free of charge including 20MB *Database - Restricted Quotas, Multitenant environment
  • 2013 © Trivadis Mobile Services Overview 12.06.2014 Development 19 SDKs Table scripts Custom API Scheduler .NET Facebook Twitter Microsoft Google Active Directory SQL Table Storage Blob Storage WNS & MPNS APNS GCM Mongo DB Windows Store Windows Phone 8 Xamarin iOS Android HTML 5/JS PhoneGap REST API Scripting
  • 2013 © Trivadis Supported Platforms and SDK’s 12.06.2014 Development 20
  • 2013 © Trivadis Store Data  Structured storage with SQL Database  Easy data management - Portal, SQL Management Studio, REST API and more  Dynamic Schema generation (on/off)  Server logic to intercept CRUD operations  Use custom storage options  MongoDB  Microsoft Azure  Tables, Blobs, Queues, Service Bus  Offline Sync Support (* Windows Phone/Store Apps only)  Manual push and pull with SQLLite backing store 12.06.2014 Development 21
  • 2013 © Trivadis JavaScript Backend  Define your business logic using Javascript  JavaScript engine based on Node.js - Support for custom node Node.js modules (npm)  Table Scripts  Registered code to intercept CRUD operations  Custom API  Customized Javascript code (not tied to CRUD operation)  Shared Code 12.06.2014 Development 22 *customer preview
  • 2013 © Trivadis .NET Backend (Preview)  Create backend logic using .NET and the ASP.NET Web API framework  Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 brings templates and scaffolds  Publish any existing Web API  Benefit from authentication, push notifications and other capabilities that Mobile Services provides  Support of any Web API features like OData controllers  Remote Debugging  Debug your mobile services .NET backend using Visual Studio running locally on your machine 12.06.2014 Development 23
  • 2013 © Trivadis Authentication  Supports for various authentication options  Use existing identity system - LiveID, Facebook, Twitter, Google  Outsource identity management - Windows Azure AD & ACS  Create your own - Username/password, token…  Permissions for each CRUD operation  Everyone  Anyone with the Application Key  Only Authenticated Users  Only Scripts and Admins 12.06.2014 Development 24
  • 2013 © Trivadis 12.06.2014 Development 25 Demo Phone 8 Application
  • 2013 © Trivadis Azure Service Bus Notification Hub  Push notifications at scale to apps on mobile devices  Eliminates complexity to manage push notifications  Push notification abstraction for Windows, Windows Phone, iOS, and Android  Pub/Sub routing using Tags  Devices can send Tag(s), when sending its handle to a Notification Hub  Tags provide a simple way to send notifications to users/interest group  High Scalable  Notification Hubs scale to millions of devices without the need of rearchitecting or sharding. 05.06.2014 Development 26
  • 2013 © Trivadis Push Notification 12.06.2014 Development 27 Platform Notification Systems (PNS) Push notifications delivered through platform-specific infrastructures WNS (Windows Notification Service) MPNS (Microsoft Push Notification Service) APNS (Apple Push Notification Service) GCM (Google Cloud Messaging)
  • 2013 © Trivadis {“aps”: {“alert” : “Hello!” }} Azure Notification Hub 05.06.2014 Development 28 $msg Msg: Hello Hello <toast> <visual> <binding template="ToastText01"> <text id="1">Hello!</text> </binding> </visual> </toast> iOS Alert Windows 8 Toast {“aps”: {“alert” : “$msg” }} <toast> <visual> <binding template="ToastText01"> <text id="1">$msg</text> </binding> </visual> </toast>
  • 2013 © Trivadis 12.06.2014 Development 29 Demo Push Notification
  • 2013 © Trivadis Notification Hubs vs Development  In short, Mobile Services is best used for communicating to a single user whereas Notification Hubs is best used for communicating to many users simultaneously. 1. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/windowsazure/archive/2013/08/12/announcing-general-availability-of-windows-azure-notification-hubs-amp-support-for-sql-server-alwayson- availability-group-listeners.aspx 2. http://chrisrisner.com/Announcing-Notification-Hubs-General-Availability 12.06.2014 Development 30
  • 2013 © Trivadis Summary  Reliable and scalable platform for building Mobile and client Apps backends  Native SDK’s for Windows/Phone 8, Android, iOS, HTML5/JS  REST API  Solves most common features  Data, Authentication, Notification  .NET support currently preview 12.06.2014 Development 31
  • 2013 © Trivadis BASEL BERN LAUSANNE ZÜRICH DÜSSELDORF FRANKFURT A.M. FREIBURG I.BR. HAMBURG MÜNCHEN STUTTGART WIEN Thank You Q & A 12.06.2014 Development 32