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Tendências que transformam o mundoSocial & novasappsExplosão dedadosComputaçãoem nuvemConsumerizaçãode TI
Plataforma moderna para mundo de appsCloud OS
Plataforma moderna para mundo de appsCloud OS
PÚBLICOPRIVADO
PÚBLICOPRIVADO
PÚBLICOPRIVADO
PÚBLICOPRIVADO
PÚBLICOPRIVADO
PÚBLICOPRIVADO
CLIENTEHOSTERWINDOWSAZURE1Plataformaconsistenteúnico
Ciclo defeedback

PÚBLICOPRIVADO
Major datacenterCDN nodeWest US, North Central US, S. Central US, East US, N. Europe, W. Europe, E. Asia, S.E. Asia + 24 E...
computação Serviços de dados redesN Central US, S Central US, N Europe, W Europe, EAsia, SE Asia + 24 Edge CDN localizaçõe...
computação Serviços de dados redesN Central US, S Central US, N Europe, W Europe, EAsia, SE Asia + 24 Edge CDN localizaçõe...
N Central US, S Central US, N Europe, W Europe, EAsia, SE Asia + 24 Edge CDN localizaçõesAutomatizadoRecursos gerenciadosE...
computação Serviços de dados redesN Central US, S Central US, N Europe, W Europe, E Asia,SE Asia + 24 Edge CDN localizaçõe...
virtual machines
Portabilidade das VMs
Sem lock-in
Windows AzureStorageVM com persistência
Windows AzureStorageVM com persistência
Windows AzureStorageVM com persistência
AltadisponibilidadeWindows AzureStorageVM com persistência
Geo-replicação> 500 milhasWindows AzureStorage
Virtual Machine
web sites ASP.NET, Node.JS e PHP Publique em segundos com FTP, Git ouTFS Comece gratuito e vá crescendo
1web sites compar. reservadoINSTÂNCIAS COMPARTILHADAScompartilhado
2INSTÂNCIAS COMPARTILHADASweb sites compar. reservadocompartilhado
INSTÂNCIAS COMPARTILHADASweb sites1compar. reservadoINSTÂNCIA RESERVADA0reservado
web sites2compar. reservadoRESERVED INSTANCEreservado
web sites2compar. reservadoRESERVED INSTANCE RESERVED INSTANCEreservado
Azure WebSites
Serviços de nuvem
PacotedoserviçoPacotedoserviço
PacotedoserviçoRack 1 Rack 2Máquina virtual Máquina virtual Provisionar instâncias Publicar o código Configurar a redeM...
Pacotedoserviço Provisionar instâncias Publicar o código Configurar a rede
Pacotedoserviço Provisionar instâncias Publicar o código Configurar a rede
 NLB alterado Provisionar instâncias Publicar o código Configurar a rede
Serviços de nuvem
SQL database
PHPWCF DataServicesSQL ServerApplicationsand ToolsODBC ADO.NETTabular Data Stream (TDS)
SQL Database
Mobile Services
Mobile Services
service bus
Service bus
Media Services
Encoding
Media Services
computação Serviços de dados redesN Central US, S Central US, N Europe, W Europe, EAsia, SE Asia + 24 Edge CDN localizaçõe...
Momentum
MTM Tecnologia
Começaagora.
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure
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Evento: The Developers Conference - Julho de 2013
Objetivo: Keynote de abertura do evento principal de Windows Azure, apresentando os principais recursos, serviços e novidades da plataforma de computação em nuvem da Microsoft.
Presença: +250 presentes
Público: Arquitetos, decisores de tecnologia, desenvolvedores, profissionais de tecnologia da informação

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  • So what comprises Microsoft’s Cloud OS? What is powering this?At the heart of the Cloud OS is Windows<CLICK>Windows Azure is our public cloud service, and comes with a rich set of services including SQL database services. Windows Server 2012 is at the core of the Cloud OS for customers on-premises datacenters and service providers. To deliver on the full capabilities of the Cloud OS, you also need SQL Server and Windows Azure Data Services, System Center and Visual Studio.Collectively the Cloud OS is designed to work together to deliver a consistent and modern platform for apps and data.
  • >>>No matter the location of your applications or data – on-premises or off-premises, hosted or not, legacy or modern, this consistent platform has commonalities built in to make it all work together. Our approach with Cloud OS will helps customers to take advantage of the cloud on their terms - without fear of lock-in. We will deliver a consistent and comprehensive set of capabilities that can run in a customer’s datacenter, a service provider’s, or ours via Windows Azure. This consistency will pay off in multiple ways.First is around enabling flexible development platform. Customers and partners can use familiar tools to quickly build apps and connect them with other apps inside or outside the firewall. Whatever your tools - Visual Studio, Eclipse, etc. Whatever your language (.NET, Node.js, PHP, Java or other) leverage open standards - JSON or REST Second is around enabling unified dev-ops & management. You can use System Center as single pane of glass to deploy and manage apps across multiple clouds. Visual Studio will let you build once, and deploy anywhere and has the integration with application lifecycle management for rapid issue resolution and iterative innovation.The third benefit is around common identity. Active Directory will serve as a powerful base from which customers can extend their IT to the cloud using a single identity as well as extend apps and data to devices securely.The fourth benefit of this consistency is around integrated virtualization. Virtualization is integrated into the core of the OS, which means that the Cloud OS goes beyond mere server virtualization to virtualize the network, storage & apps to help customers manage datacenters holistically. VM portability also means that you can move your VMs across your private cloud to Windows Azure to service provider clouds. And last but not least, the Cloud OS delivers a complete data platform. We view data as a core part of the Cloud OS. It will go from managing petabytes of data & millions of transactions for mission-critical apps to enabling BI solutions that span Excel all the way up to Hadoop. As I said before, we believe the customers are facing a profound transformation that won’t be sufficiently addressed via a patchwork of point solutions. Our Cloud OS vision is designed to take a holistic approach across our services and servers to deliver a modern platform in a consistent way. Microsoft uniquely delivers the Cloud OS as a consistent and comprehensive set of capabilities across your datacenter, ours or someone else’s to support the world’s apps and data anywhere. Plus it is the best bet for heterogeneous environments as well – working across platforms, tools, and hypervisors – to help provide a more unified IT approach that leverages your existing investments.
  • Video of Halo 4 rolls in background while Satya describes/romances the implementation
  • So now let’s transition off strategy and talk specifically about Windows Azure. This is how we think about the core pillars of Windows Azure (marketing pillars).
  • Land the size of this investment – it is many billions of dollars and the players in this game are already established. There won’t be a new player. It is less important to land where these things are – this is both an ongoing investment we are always looking at increasing the footprint as well as maximizing the density and compute power of the existing footprint and of course innovating to make sure this is as cheap to operate as possible (using ambient climate to cool, green power etcetc).Number to land:15% of x86 compute bought by 10 companies10% is bought by 5
  • So this picture, or at least the big blocks in here are how we think about the main capability buckets of the platform. Now you will start to get more specific about these buckets (Compute, data, networks and app services).Going deeper will depend on the needs of the customer. Sometimes customers will want to drill into specific things, sometimes they want a broad overview. Adapt these slides as needed.These buckets correspond to how they are laid out in the Windows Azure portal.
  • So this picture, or at least the big blocks in here are how we think about the main capability buckets of the platform. Now you will start to get more specific about these buckets (Compute, data, networks and app services).Going deeper will depend on the needs of the customer. Sometimes customers will want to drill into specific things, sometimes they want a broad overview. Adapt these slides as needed.These buckets correspond to how they are laid out in the Windows Azure portal.
  • So this picture, or at least the big blocks in here are how we think about the main capability buckets of the platform. Now you will start to get more specific about these buckets (Compute, data, networks and app services).Going deeper will depend on the needs of the customer. Sometimes customers will want to drill into specific things, sometimes they want a broad overview. Adapt these slides as needed.These buckets correspond to how they are laid out in the Windows Azure portal.
  • So this picture, or at least the big blocks in here are how we think about the main capability buckets of the platform. Now you will start to get more specific about these buckets (Compute, data, networks and app services).Going deeper will depend on the needs of the customer. Sometimes customers will want to drill into specific things, sometimes they want a broad overview. Adapt these slides as needed.These buckets correspond to how they are laid out in the Windows Azure portal.
  • So this picture, or at least the big blocks in here are how we think about the main capability buckets of the platform. Now you will start to get more specific about these buckets (Compute, data, networks and app services).Going deeper will depend on the needs of the customer. Sometimes customers will want to drill into specific things, sometimes they want a broad overview. Adapt these slides as needed.These buckets correspond to how they are laid out in the Windows Azure portal.
  • Transcript of "Azure Summit 2013 - Keynote - Visão Geral do Windows Azure"

    1. 1. Tendências que transformam o mundoSocial & novasappsExplosão dedadosComputaçãoem nuvemConsumerizaçãode TI
    2. 2. Plataforma moderna para mundo de appsCloud OS
    3. 3. Plataforma moderna para mundo de appsCloud OS
    4. 4. PÚBLICOPRIVADO
    5. 5. PÚBLICOPRIVADO
    6. 6. PÚBLICOPRIVADO
    7. 7. PÚBLICOPRIVADO
    8. 8. PÚBLICOPRIVADO
    9. 9. PÚBLICOPRIVADO
    10. 10. CLIENTEHOSTERWINDOWSAZURE1Plataformaconsistenteúnico
    11. 11. Ciclo defeedback
    12. 12. 
    13. 13. PÚBLICOPRIVADO
    14. 14. Major datacenterCDN nodeWest US, North Central US, S. Central US, East US, N. Europe, W. Europe, E. Asia, S.E. Asia + 24 Edge CDN Locations
    15. 15. computação Serviços de dados redesN Central US, S Central US, N Europe, W Europe, EAsia, SE Asia + 24 Edge CDN localizaçõesAutomatizadoRecursos gerenciadosElásticoBaseado pelo usoServiços deaplicação
    16. 16. computação Serviços de dados redesN Central US, S Central US, N Europe, W Europe, EAsia, SE Asia + 24 Edge CDN localizaçõesAutomatizadoRecursos gerenciadosElásticoBaseado pelo usoServiços deaplicação
    17. 17. N Central US, S Central US, N Europe, W Europe, EAsia, SE Asia + 24 Edge CDN localizaçõesAutomatizadoRecursos gerenciadosElásticoBaseado pelo uso
    18. 18. computação Serviços de dados redesN Central US, S Central US, N Europe, W Europe, E Asia,SE Asia + 24 Edge CDN localizaçõesAutomatizadoRecursos gerenciadosElásticoBaseado pelo usoServiços deaplicação
    19. 19. virtual machines
    20. 20. Portabilidade das VMs
    21. 21. Sem lock-in
    22. 22. Windows AzureStorageVM com persistência
    23. 23. Windows AzureStorageVM com persistência
    24. 24. Windows AzureStorageVM com persistência
    25. 25. AltadisponibilidadeWindows AzureStorageVM com persistência
    26. 26. Geo-replicação> 500 milhasWindows AzureStorage
    27. 27. Virtual Machine
    28. 28. web sites ASP.NET, Node.JS e PHP Publique em segundos com FTP, Git ouTFS Comece gratuito e vá crescendo
    29. 29. 1web sites compar. reservadoINSTÂNCIAS COMPARTILHADAScompartilhado
    30. 30. 2INSTÂNCIAS COMPARTILHADASweb sites compar. reservadocompartilhado
    31. 31. INSTÂNCIAS COMPARTILHADASweb sites1compar. reservadoINSTÂNCIA RESERVADA0reservado
    32. 32. web sites2compar. reservadoRESERVED INSTANCEreservado
    33. 33. web sites2compar. reservadoRESERVED INSTANCE RESERVED INSTANCEreservado
    34. 34. Azure WebSites
    35. 35. Serviços de nuvem
    36. 36. PacotedoserviçoPacotedoserviço
    37. 37. PacotedoserviçoRack 1 Rack 2Máquina virtual Máquina virtual Provisionar instâncias Publicar o código Configurar a redeMáquina virtual Máquina virtual
    38. 38. Pacotedoserviço Provisionar instâncias Publicar o código Configurar a rede
    39. 39. Pacotedoserviço Provisionar instâncias Publicar o código Configurar a rede
    40. 40.  NLB alterado Provisionar instâncias Publicar o código Configurar a rede
    41. 41. Serviços de nuvem
    42. 42. SQL database
    43. 43. PHPWCF DataServicesSQL ServerApplicationsand ToolsODBC ADO.NETTabular Data Stream (TDS)
    44. 44. SQL Database
    45. 45. Mobile Services
    46. 46. Mobile Services
    47. 47. service bus
    48. 48. Service bus
    49. 49. Media Services
    50. 50. Encoding
    51. 51. Media Services
    52. 52. computação Serviços de dados redesN Central US, S Central US, N Europe, W Europe, EAsia, SE Asia + 24 Edge CDN localizaçõesAutomatizadoRecursos gerenciadosElásticoBaseado pelo usoServiços deaplicação
    53. 53. Momentum
    54. 54. MTM Tecnologia
    55. 55. Começaagora.

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