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Lap Around Windows Azure Business Edition Final
 

Lap Around Windows Azure Business Edition Final

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Presenters:David Lemphers

Mon 7/13 | 5:00 PM-6:00 PM | 220-222

Attend this session to see how partners can take advantage of the Azure services to help advance their business. You will have the opportunity to learn about the basic partnering models, how partners can make money, scenarios by partner type (e.g., ISV, System Integrator, VAR) and hear from partners about their experiences in working with Windows Azure, SQL Azure, and .NET Services. (Session Title Change from: Azure Services Platform 101)

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  • “At the end of this session we will give away this Dell Netbook (hold it up to show it to the crowd).  To enter this free drawing please fill out this card (hold up a sample) and we’ll collect them at the end.  If you need a card raise your hand and we’ll get one to you.   We’ll draw a winner at the end of my presentation and the winner must be present to win. When you turn in your card you will receive an 8GB USB stick”.
  • Up Front Investments [Bottom – Up]PropertyFacilitiesPhysical SecurityInfrastructureServersNetwork SecurityRedundancyVirtualizationDeployment PreparationOngoingMonitoringPatchingHealingDeployingDeployingScalingThen you get to invest in your high value IP
  • Speaker notes: there will be three separate CTP’s: windows, .net, and SDS

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  • Lap Around Windows Azure Business Edition
    David Lemphers
    Senior Program Manager
    Microsoft Corporation
    SS003
  • Eilert HanoaCEOMamut ASA
    Partner
  • Enter to Win a Dell InspironNetbook
  • Overview
    Cloud Computing in the Marketplace
    Cloud Computing for Microsoft Partners
    Where Is It Heading?
  • Opportunity for SaaS
    32%Market growth
    25%New software share
    $25BRevenue
    32% CAGR worldwide SaaS forecasted, 2007-2011 (IDC)
    25% of new business software will be delivered as a service by 2011 (Gartner)
    $21B market for SaaS sales by 2011 (IDC)
    50% of larger companies are using SaaS today (minimum of 3 applications)
    Eases IT staff workload
    Less infrastructure to buy/configure and support
    Lower TCO
    Increases efficiency by minimizing downtime
    Lower upfront capital costs
    Top drivers for adoption
    Lower upfront capital costs
    Eases IT Staff Workload
    Less infrastructure to buy/configure and support
    Lower TCO
    Increases efficiency by minimizing downtime
  • Finding theright transformative capabilities across the enterprise
    Cutting cost while driving value and flexibility forthe business
    You and Your Customer’s Concerns
    Maintaining security while increasing access and transparency
    40% CIOs plan to cut IT budgets
    72% CIOs have cut or plan to cut discretionary IT projects
    59% of surveyed CIOs view security and datacenter efficiency as “must do” projects
    Top of mind for CIOs
    Top projects: Saas, VoIP, Green IT, Web 2.0, and outsourcing
  • The Appeal of Cloud Computing
    Sharing computing power among multiple tenants
    Instant scale-upandscale-down
    Pay for access,not ownership
    Improve time-to-market
  • Scale out
    Automated service management
    High availability
    Multi-tenancy
    How We View “Cloud”
    Fundamentals
  • What is Windows Azure?
    Provides on-demand compute and storage to host and manage web applications in Internet accessible datacenters run by Microsoft
    Scalable, available, durable storage service
    Secure scalable hosting
    Automated service management
    Rich developer experience
  • Service Lifecycle
    Up front
    Ongoing
    Deployment preparation
    Virtualization
    Redundancy
    Service Automation
    Programmaticcontrol
    Network security
    Servers
    Monitoring
    Infrastructure
    Patching
    Physical security
    Healing
    Facilities
    Deploying
    Property
    Monitoring
  • We Start With Lots of Blinking Lights and Cables
  • Then Build a Cloud
    Compute
    Automate and manage it
    Storage
    Prepare it
    Virtualize it
    We put it into racks
  • Compute
    Load balancer
    Web role
    Worker role
  • Blob
    REST
    API
    Queue
    Table
    Load Balancer
    Storage
    Blob
    Queue
    Rest API
    Table
    Load balancer
  • Tension
    Very Specific
    Cloud
    On-premises
    Very Flexible
  • Planning For 2009 With Windows Azure
    Windows Azure Technical Roadmap
    Trust and compliance
    Audits and procedures
    Industry compliance documentation
    Integration with on-premises system management
    Open operational interfaces
    Common application health management 
    Cloud as extension of enterprise
    Service bus
    Secure network connectivity 
    Identity and access control
    Authentication and authorization
    Identity federation 
    Running on-premises applications in the cloud
    Managed VM roles
    SQLServices
    Variable VM sizes 
  • Azure CTAs for WPC
    Visit Azure.com/PartnerQuickstart
    Learn about Azure, and how to quickly start making money!
    Sign up for the Azure CTP
    Be on the leading edge of new innovation
    Register for David Chappell’s Road Show near you
    Hear first hand from a global thought leader about Azure cloud
  • © 2009 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.