Introduction to Windows Azure
Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas)
Loryan Strant
Office 365 MVP, vTSP, author
@TheCloudMouth...
Session Agenda
 Windows Azure Virtual Machines
 Supported Windows Server Applications
 Virtual Machines and Cloud Servi...
Windows Azure Virtual Machines
IT Pro experience
Support for key server applications
Easy storage manageability
High avail...
Supported Windows Server Applications
• Microsoft server software support for Windows
Azure Virtual Machines
• Microsoft B...
A new scenario
www.paradyne.com.au 6
Cloud Services, Roles and Instances
Virtual Machines
Cloud Services with Virtual Machines
Multiple Virtual Machines can be hosted within the same cloud service
Images and Disks
Virtual Machine Sizes
Each Persistent Data Disk Can be up to 1 TB
VM Size
CPU
Cores
Memory
Bandwidth
(Mbps)
# Data
Disks
E...
Windows Azure Storage
Disk Storage
 Images and disks are stored as Windows Azure Storage Blobs
 Data is triplicated
 Al...
Virtual Machine Names and DNS
Demo: Azure Virtual Machine
Azure for IaaS - Global Windows Azure Bootcamp (GWAB)
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A presentation on Windows Azure as a platform for Infrastructure as a Service.
Presented in Melbourne, Australia as part of the Global Windows Azure Bootcamp in April 2013.

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Azure for IaaS - Global Windows Azure Bootcamp (GWAB)

  1. 1. Introduction to Windows Azure Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas) Loryan Strant Office 365 MVP, vTSP, author @TheCloudMouth lstrant@paradyne.com.au http://thecloudmouth.com (Not a developer)
  2. 2. Session Agenda  Windows Azure Virtual Machines  Supported Windows Server Applications  Virtual Machines and Cloud Services  Virtual Machine Images and Disks  Virtual Machine Availability  Windows Azure Networking
  3. 3. Windows Azure Virtual Machines IT Pro experience Support for key server applications Easy storage manageability High availability features Advanced networking Integration with compute PaaS
  4. 4. Supported Windows Server Applications • Microsoft server software support for Windows Azure Virtual Machines • Microsoft BizTalk Server 2013 and later • Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and later • Microsoft Dynamics NAC 2013 and later • Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2 SP1 and later • Microsoft Project Server 2013 and later • Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and later • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and later (64 bit) • Microsoft System Center 2010 SP1 and later • Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2012 and later • Office 365 Directory Synchronization • Windows Server Roles supported on 2008 R2 and later • Active Directory Domain Services Active Directory Federation Services • Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services • Application Server • DNS Server • File Services • Network Policy and Access Services • Print and Document Services • Web Server (IIS) • Windows Server Update Services
  5. 5. A new scenario www.paradyne.com.au 6
  6. 6. Cloud Services, Roles and Instances
  7. 7. Virtual Machines
  8. 8. Cloud Services with Virtual Machines Multiple Virtual Machines can be hosted within the same cloud service
  9. 9. Images and Disks
  10. 10. Virtual Machine Sizes Each Persistent Data Disk Can be up to 1 TB VM Size CPU Cores Memory Bandwidth (Mbps) # Data Disks Extra Small (A0) Shared 768 MB 5 1 Small (A1) 1 1.75 GB 100 2 Medium (A2) 2 3.5 GB 200 4 Large (A3) 4 7 GB 400 8 Extra Large (A4) 8 14 GB 800 16 A6 4 28GB 1,000 8 A7 8 56GB 2,000 16
  11. 11. Windows Azure Storage Disk Storage  Images and disks are stored as Windows Azure Storage Blobs  Data is triplicated  All existing storage tools just work
  12. 12. Virtual Machine Names and DNS
  13. 13. Demo: Azure Virtual Machine
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