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Windows Azure Pack Enabling Virtual Machines - IaaS & Virtual Machine Role - EPC Group Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Windows Azure Pack Enabling Virtual Machines: IaaS and Virtual Machine Role
  • 2. 2 Consistent Experiences Across the Cloud OS VIRTUAL MACHINES SERVICE MGMT PORTAL & API WEBSITE SERVICE BUS Reliable Messaging Standards Based Cross Cloud Fully self-service Web Application PaaS Highly Scalable Dev-ops optimized Integrated SCC Fully self-service IaaS - Elastic Tiers Virtual Networks Window and Linux Gallery of apps Fully self-service Azure Consistent Federated Identities Active Directory Standards Based Device Friendly MICROSOFT SERVICE PROVIDERON-PREMISES CONSISTENT PLATFORM 1
  • 3. A consistent service model amongst Windows Server, System Center and Windows Azure for composing, deploying and scaling virtualized applications and workloads Portal user experience Deployment artifacts Management APIs On-premises, hosted clouds, Windows Azure
  • 4. Portal User Experience • IaaS Gallery • Site to Site Networks • Windows and Linux Deployment Artifacts • Gallery Items • Virtual Machine Role • Application • VHDs Management APIs • Virtual Machine Role APIs Clouds • Service Provider • On-premise
  • 5. Service Admin Portal Tenant Portal Service Management API Service Provider Foundation (Tenant, Admin, Usage) Virtual Machine Manager Orchestrator Operations Manager Windows Server Hyper-V
  • 6. Gallery Item (Virtual Machine Role Template) Application Extension (App Profile and Payload) VMM Virtual Machine Role VM VM VM SPF Gallery Wizard Service Admin Manage Gallery Offer to Tenants Tenant Create Virtual Machine Role Manage Virtual Machine Role Powershell Portal 2 1 3 4 5 1. Import Application Extension into VMM 2. Import Gallery Item into SPF 3. Offer to Tenants 4. Create Virtual Machine Role 5. Manage existing Virtual Machine Roles
  • 7. Browser Remote Desktop Client client supporting RDPTLSv2 Windows Azure Pack Portal System Center 2012 R2 Windows Server 2012 R2 Remote Desktop Gateway RDP File RDP File Tokens (Host, VM) Console Request Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V
  • 8. Virtual Machine Role Gallery • Catalog of Virtual Machine Role templates for tenants. Tenants view a curated and role-scoped list of Virtual Machine Role templates in the Tenant Portal, Powershell or APIs. Virtual Machine Role Gallery Item • A single Virtual Machine Role template Virtual Machine Role • Homogenous scalable tier of Virtual Machines. Virtual Machine Role View Definition (VIEWDEF) • UI artifact for a gallery item. The VIEWDEF includes constructs to build the ui wizard in order for the tenant to enter values for deployment. Virtual Machine Role Resource Definition (RESDEF) • Template artifact for a Virtual Machine Role. The RESDEF includes hardware, network, OS, and Application configuration. Virtual Machine Role Resource Extension (RESEXT) • Application template and installation payload (MSI, scripts, SQL DAC, etc) used to deploy an application into a Virtual Machine Role.
  • 9. Cloud Service 1 Virtual Machine Role 1 VM1.1 Virtual Machine Role Resource Definition (RESDEF) VM Container Specification Extension (RESEXT) Application Configuration Application, Network, VM Settings VM1.2 UI Wizard (VIEWDEF)
  • 10. Application (RESEXT) • Roles and Features • Payload and scripts • OS Image requirements • Network IP and Load balancer • RESEXT Parameters Virtual Machine Role (RESDEF) • VM settings (size) • OS Settings • OS Image Reference • RESEXT Reference • RESEXT Parameter bindings • RESDEF Parameters UI Wizard (VIEWDEF) • UI for RESDEF Parameters • Grouping • Ordering • Validation • Localization Deployment Configuration (RESCONFIG) • RESDEF Parameter Values • Single deployment • Versioned
  • 11. OPC { "Name": "IIS_Demo_2", "Publisher": "Microsoft, "Version": "1.0.0.0", "ExtensionHostingContract": "MicrosoftCompute/VMRole/1.0.0.0", ", "SchemaVersion": "1.0.0.0", "DataPackage" : { "Location" : "IISWS2012", "Version" : "1.0.0.0" }, "ResourceExtensionParameters": [ { "Name" : "IISPort", “Type" : "String", "Description" : "IIS Port" } ], "ResourceRequirements": { "OSVirtualHardDiskRequirements": ["WindowsServer2012", "Datacenter" ] }, "ExtensionSettings": { "SchemaVersion": "1.0.0.0", "WindowsServerRolesAndFeatures": [ "Web-Server", "Web-WebServer", "Web-Common-Http", "Web- Default-Doc", "Web-Dir-Browsing", "Web-Http-Errors“ ] "ApplicationProfile": { "ApplicationPayload": [ { "ID" : "123dbce1-8ccd-4fb1-af39-a2a3b69b4123", "RelativePath" : "IISConfiguration.cr" } ], "Name": "389cb52d-a950-46d3-b021-48b7fe67267e", "WindowsApplicationProfile": { "ProvisioningScripts": [ { "AlwaysReboot" : faalse, "ApplicationPayloadId" : "123dbce1-8ccd-4fb1- af39-a2a3b69b4123", "DeploymentOrder" : 1, "ErrorPolicy" : "FailOnMatch", "ExecutableAndParams" : { "Executable" : "cmd.exe", "Parameters" : "/q /c iisconfig.cmd [Param.IISPort]" }, "ExitCodeRegex" : "[[1-9][[0-9]*", "RebootExitCodeRegex" : null, "RestartOnRetry" : false, "ScriptBlock" : null, "ScriptCredential" : null, "ScriptType" : "PreInstall", "StandardErrorPath" : "C:iisconfig-gceerr.txt", "StandardErrorRegex" : null, "StandardInput" : null, "StandardOutputPath" : "C:iisconfig-gceout.txt", "StandardOutputRegex" : null, "TimeoutInSeconds" : 1200, "WorkingDirectory" : null
  • 12. { "Name": "IIS_Demo", "Publisher": "Microsoft", "Version": "1.0.0.0", "Type": "MicrosoftCompute/VMRole", "SchemaVersion": "1.0.0.0", "ResourceParameters": [ { "Name": "RoleVMSize", "Type": "String", "Description": "Platform-specific VM size (for Blue: XS | S | M | L | XL)" }, { "Name": "IISPort", "Type": "String", "Description": "IISPort desc." } ], "ResourceExtensionReferences": [ { "ReferenceName": "IIS_Demo_2", "Name": "IIS_Demo_2", "Publisher": Microsoft", "Version": "1.0.0.0", "ResourceExtensionParameterValues" : '{ "IISPort" : "[Param.IISPort]"}' } ], "IntrinsicSettings": { "SchemaVersion": "1.0.0.0", "HardwareProfile": { "VMSize": "[Param.RoleVMSize]" }, "ScaleOutSettings": { "InitialInstanceCount": "[Param.RoleInitialInstanceCount]",
  • 13. { "Label": "{{IISWS2012Label}}", "PublisherLabel": "Microsoft", "Description": "{{WS2012IISDescription}}", "DefaultLanguageCode": "en-US", "Sections": [ { "Title": "{{WS2012IISVMSettings}}", "Categories": [ { "CategoryName": "{{ScaleOutSettingGroup}}", "Parameters": [ { "Name": "RoleVMSize", "Label": "VM Size", "Type": "VMSize", "DefaultValue": "ExtraSmall", "Description": "{{RoleSizeDesc}}", "Validation": { "Required": true, "Messages": { "Required": {{RoleSizeRequiredMessage}}“ } } }, { "Name": "RoleOSVHDImageNameVersion", "Label": "OS Virtual Hard disk", "Type": "OSVirtualHardDisk", "Description": "{{OSDisk}}", "ImageTags": [ "WindowsServer2012", "Datacenter“ ], "Validation": {"Required": true, "Messages": {"Required": "OS Disk is Required" } } }, { "Name": "RoleInitialInstanceCount", "Label": "Initial Instance Count", "Type": "Number", "DefaultValue": "1", "Description": "{{RoleInitialInstanceCountDescription}}", "Validation": {
  • 14. { "Version": "1.0.0.0", “ParameterValues” : ‘ { “IISPort": “80", “RoleVMSize” : “Small”, “ComputerNamePattern” : null, "NetworkName" : "corp" }’ }
  • 15. .ResdefPkg • Resdef file • Viewdef file • Icon • Language directories and files .ResextPkg • Resext file • Script Payload • Application Payload
  • 16. Download or author resource and extension packages Import .ResextPkg into VMM Verify Deployment dependencies • VHD meets requirements • Network • Load Balancer Import .ResdefPkg into Portal Publish Gallery item to Plans
  • 17. Portal reads Gallery Item VIEWDEF to build wizard and gather user input Portal produces a Resource Configuration (RESCONFIG) • Parameter Bindings for a single deployment Portal creates a new Cloud Service or chooses existing Portal calls SPF layer to deploy gallery item into Cloud Service using settings in the RESCONFIG SPF reads RESDEF and calls VMM with RESDEF, RESCONFIG and Cloud Service VMM combines RESCONFIG and RESDEF with referenced RESEXT to assemble deployment configuration VMM deploys Virtual Machine Role instances into Cloud Services using RESCONFIG settings.