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Delivering Hybrid Cloud Solutions with KEMP LoadMaster and Microsoft Azure - by - Joshua Lee, KEMP Technologies

Delivering Hybrid Cloud Solutions with KEMP LoadMaster and Microsoft Azure - by - Joshua Lee, KEMP Technologies

Layer 7 Application Delivery in the Microsoft Azure Cloud

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  • Delivering Hybrid Cloud Solutions with KEMP LoadMaster and Microsoft Azure Layer 7 Application Delivery in the Microsoft Azure Cloud New York: 631-345-5292 • Limerick: +353-61-260-101 • Hannover: +49-511-367393-0 • Singapore: +65-62222429
  • Why expand your IT platform to Hybrid Cloud? What benefits does the Microsoft Azure platform provide? How to achieve high availability with the KEMP Virtual LoadMaster for Azure? What are the key features and benefits of the KEMP Virtual Loadmaster? Agenda
  • From IDC, July 2013 The Cloud Opportunity: Global Momentum Takes Hold Public IT cloud services spending will reach $98 billion in 2016, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR 2011- 2016) five (5) times the growth of the IT industry overall. Early-stage companies (less than five years in business) are the most eager buyers of cloud, concerned with start-up capital costs and less likely to build and staff a conventional datacenter, and plan to increase their spend on public cloud by 24% over the next few years. Source: IDC Worldwide and Regional Public IT Cloud Services 2012–2016 Forecast (IDC #236552)
  • How do I help my business make faster decisions? How can I ensure my infrastructure will scale to meet demand? Can I enable employees to work from anywhere? How can I evolve my business apps to meet new needs?
  • 5 Why NOW is the Right Time for Cloud
  • Scenarios That Benefit From Cloud
  • flexible development unified management common identity integrated virtualization complete data platform Microsoft Azure Windows Server Microsoft SQL Server Microsoft System Center Windows Intune Microsoft Has One Consistent Platform on and off the Cloud
  • Microsoft Azure and other cloud platforms Hyper-V and Other Hypervisors “Bare-metal” LMOS (ISO) Purpose-built Appliances • Give you “power of choice” with full range of deployment options • Simplifies scale-out of deployed applications • Satisfies prerequisite of L7 Load Balancing required for many apps • Supports intelligent site traffic distribution for hybrid deployments across Azure and private cloud • Provides visibility into encrypted traffic flows for the application of rules via SSL termination • Makes the delivery of multi-tenant web services possible via content switching and SNI • Full investment protection plan Benefits of KEMP LoadMaster
  • Optimized to run natively inside of the Microsoft Azure Cloud, Virtual LoadMaster™ (VLM) for Azure delivers full Layer 7 load balancing and application delivery services for Azure-hosted workloads. This helps customers to seamlessly move their private cloud Enterprise applications into a hybrid deployment using Microsoft Azure and scale their app delivery services as needs increase. Virtual LoadMaster for Azure Introduction
  • Commercially available since June 2013 Full feature L7 load balancing and content switching natively in the Azure cloud Intrusion Prevention Services Single Sign-On / Pre-Authentication Service Aware Health Checking Resource Based Traffic Distribution Support for a broad range of Microsoft and custom workloads Included Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) for Hybrid deployment SSL termination with SNI Support KEMP Technologies Confidential Highlighted Features of of VLM-Azure
  • SharePoint ADFS Proxy ADFS Farm RDS SharePoint ADFS Proxy ADFS Farm RDS Optional Site-to-Site VPN On Premise Data Center • Enables O365 deployments w/ADFS HA in Azure • Supports Azure-only or hybrid deployments • Supports DRaaS when VPN is used • Provides HA for workloads now supported in Azure such as SharePoint and RDS • Web Applications w/L7 proxy needs • SNI and single IP use for multiple workloads in multi-tenant deployments Common Use Cases with Virtual LoadMaster in Azure
  • Azure Storage Data On Premise Private Cloud Applications Azure VPN VLM-Azure for Application Microsoft to Azure IaaS Directory Replication Problem • Limited datacenter capacity • Slow response to changing business and capacity needs • Requirement for on premise cost reduction • Need for minimal development efforts to transition apps Solution • Azure provides a way to transition Tier 2/3 apps to cloud-hosted VMs freeing on premise resources • Internal/External client access remains unchanged • KEMP’s VLM delivers unified experience in public/private cloud • VLM’s full Layer 7 load balancing, content switching and reverse proxy services minimizes required application augmentation
  • Virtual Network Subnet Organization Network Azure VPN Connection Internet VLM-Azure for SharePoint on Microsoft Azure IaaS Problem • High startup costs • Need for comprehensive DR strategy • Deployment time to market Solution • Azure’s flexible pricing drives down TCA • Azure allows for automated provisioning • Azure allows for simplified DR options • VLM-Azure makes Intranet load balancing possible for clients on the private network
  • VLM-Azure for ADFS on Microsoft Azure IaaS Microsoft Apps Custom Apps 3rd Party Apps Windows Azure Active Directory On Premise Active Directory Infrastructure ADFS Problem • Costly disaster recovery • Potential single points of failure • Need for multi-factor authentication and SSO Solution • Azure-hosted ADFS provides resiliency for corporate data center • KEMP’s VLM GSLB capabilities allows for automatic request re- routing in the event of failures • Windows Azure allows customers to safely and securely extend their corporate AD authentication environment ADFS
  • Virtual LoadMaster for Azure Application VM Application VM Application VM Application VMApplication VM Virtual Network Cloud Service Endpoint Public IP Cloud Service for Application VMs (optional) Cloud Only Deployment Cloud Service for Virtual LoadMaster VM Client request received by LoadMaster LoadMaster checks to see if client session exists LoadMaster applies content rules, provides L7 services (IPS, SSL overlay, content switching, etc.) LoadMaster distributes traffic based on scheduling method and health/status of VMs
  • Virtual LoadMaster for Azure Application VM Application VMApplication VM Virtual Network Cloud Service Endpoint Public IP Cloud Service for Virtual LoadMaster VM Cloud Service for Application VMs (optional) Application VM Application VM LoadMaster Enterprise Network Hybrid Deployment
  • Virtual LoadMaster for Azure 1 Application VM Application VM Application VM Application VMApplication VM Virtual Network Cloud Service Endpoint Public IP Cloud Service for Virtual LoadMaster VM Cloud Service for Application VMs (optional) Client requests name resolution to access the service or application DNS entry for Service or application endpoint (URL i.e. cloud.kempdemo.com) is delegated to LoadMaster GEO LoadMaster uses GEO functionality to determine the health status of each participating LoadMaster and Virtual Service Client receives response with service IP to connect to Client application connects to resolved IP address VLM forwards the request to the application servers according to the configured load balancing mechanism and server’s health state Virtual LoadMaster for Azure 2 Cloud Service Endpoint Public IP VLM 1 becomes unavailable! Future Connections Redirected to alternative LoadMaster HA Deployment with GEO Cloud Service for Virtual LoadMaster VM
  • Azure Load Balancer KEMP VLM for Azure Application-Aware L7 load balancing No Yes High Availability Yes using Traffic Manager Yes using GEO Hybrid Traffic Distribution No Yes using GEO Scheduling methods Round Robin Only L4 / L7 Server persistence No L4 / L7 (Cookie and more) SSL Termination/Offload No Yes VM Resource Availability Awareness No Yes Basic Tier VM Load Balancing No Yes Standard Tier VM Load Balancing Yes Yes Azure LB Only vs. Azure LB + VLM for Azure
  • RESOURCES Virtual LoadMaster For Azure Datasheet http://kemptechnologies.com/files/downloads/documentation/Datasheets/LM-Azure.pdf Virtual LoadMaster for Azure HA Guide http://kemptechnologies.com/files/downloads/documentation/7.0/Feature_Description/Feature_ Description_HA_for_Azure.pdf Virtual LoadMaster for Azure Beginners Guide http://kemptechnologies.com/files/downloads/documentation/7.0/Feature_Description/Feature_ Description-LoadMaster_for_Azure.pdf How to Assign Static IP Addresses to Azure Virtual Machines http://www.bhargavs.com/index.php/2014/03/13/how-to-assign-static-ip-to-azure-vm/
  • Consider your strategy in leveraging the Cloud to solve your IT needs Leverage KEMP Loadmaster to satisfy your needs to get your ready for your Cloud adoption now or in future Learn about KEMP Loadmaster solution using the resources provided Call To Action
  • Questions?
  • Appendix
  • Cloud Service A resource container possessing a URL attribute for addressing VMs in the service Availability Set A group of VMs in different fault domains to ensure redundancy Affinity Group Provides higher degree of proximity within datacenters Basic Azure Terminology Platform as a Service (PaaS) Services platform for applications with low infrastructure maintenance. Lowers administration and provides easily scalable environment for websites and services. No need to worry about patching, backing up, HA, etc. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) VMs on demand created from available images and requiring same administration as on premise virtual infrastructure. Gives greater flexibility. Region Microsoft Azure Datacenter North America Europe Asia North Central US North Europe East Asia South Central US West Europe South East Asia East US Japan West US