Linux on Windows Azure

tconte@microsoft.com
@tomconte
*Image provided by OpenLogic based on CentOS 6.3
**Integration Work will be needed
Our partners allow you to easily create images:
Customize and mange Images or your own with :
• Opscode: Chef
• Canonical:...
Linux as a first class citizen in Azure
We will focus mainly on Enterprises and ISVs
but will also reach out to the commun...
Persistent OS Disk
…and highly durable
Persistent OS Disk
…and highly durable
Linux
IC
SSH
Keys

Drivers

WA Linux Agent

Certs

Windows Setup
Data Disk

Data
ICs

OS

Customer’s
Storage
Account

OS Disk

Stock
Images

Partner Repository

ISO
Cache

Linux Agent

VM...
Windows Azure Linux Agent
Service Management API

Windows Azure
provided DNS

Host1
Host2

VM

HV1

HV2
Lowest barrier of entry
Leverage portal to:
Easily Customize a partner image

Currently Only SUSE
Tool Based Provisioning
Azure Storage
Customer Personal
Image Repository

VHD

VHD

VHD

Service Management API

P
O
R
T
A...
Expert Customers that want to tweak
,Customize, create images based on supported*
distributions
Customer will
Microsoft
developers

LIS for Hyper-V

Linux community
MS
download
center
Customer installs LIS Support issues
flow in rev...
Distro
Red Hat Enterprise Linux
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
CentOS

Version

LIS Availability

5.7, 5.8, 6.0-6.3

Downloa...
Bring Your Own Linux
XStore
Customer Personal
Image Repository
VHD

VHD

Service Management API

Customer Storage
Account
...
Partner Makes Image Available

Customer Consumes Partner Image
Create Image
Register as a partner
Publish Image
Support that image*
Creating a Partner Supported Image
Partner Personal
Storage Account

VHD

VHD

Partner Registration

Azure Platform

Custo...
Use a Supported Distribution
Create an experience to allow customers to create VHDs
Or
Platform Image Repository
VHD

VHD

Customer Personal
Storage Account

VHD

Azure Platform

Customer VM
•

Two Types of Persistent Disks:

•

Local Resources

•

Right tool for the Job
•

Deployment fails

•

BYOL

•

Cannot login to VM:
•

Creating a Linux VM:

•

How to test locally

•

What you cannot test locally
•

Backup

•

Failed VM

•

Request help
What can Azure support see and do
36
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  1. 1. Linux on Windows Azure tconte@microsoft.com @tomconte
  2. 2. *Image provided by OpenLogic based on CentOS 6.3 **Integration Work will be needed
  3. 3. Our partners allow you to easily create images: Customize and mange Images or your own with : • Opscode: Chef • Canonical: Juju • ScaleXtreme • RightScale • Bitnami
  4. 4. Linux as a first class citizen in Azure We will focus mainly on Enterprises and ISVs but will also reach out to the community Open Sourcing critical components Documenting API We will offer both Community and Commercial Distributions You will be able to buy support for the commercial distributions (GA only)
  5. 5. Persistent OS Disk …and highly durable
  6. 6. Persistent OS Disk …and highly durable
  7. 7. Linux IC SSH Keys Drivers WA Linux Agent Certs Windows Setup
  8. 8. Data Disk Data ICs OS Customer’s Storage Account OS Disk Stock Images Partner Repository ISO Cache Linux Agent VM Unattend Provisioning Repository HyperVisor Storage API Add Server   Hostname Password  … Portal (API)
  9. 9. Windows Azure Linux Agent Service Management API Windows Azure provided DNS Host1 Host2 VM HV1 HV2
  10. 10. Lowest barrier of entry Leverage portal to:
  11. 11. Easily Customize a partner image Currently Only SUSE
  12. 12. Tool Based Provisioning Azure Storage Customer Personal Image Repository VHD VHD VHD Service Management API P O R T A L Customer Storage Account VM VM2
  13. 13. Expert Customers that want to tweak ,Customize, create images based on supported* distributions Customer will
  14. 14. Microsoft developers LIS for Hyper-V Linux community MS download center Customer installs LIS Support issues flow in reverse direction Customer Linux distro w/LIS servers w/HyperV Linux kernel main Distro vendors ....
  15. 15. Distro Red Hat Enterprise Linux SUSE Linux Enterprise Server CentOS Version LIS Availability 5.7, 5.8, 6.0-6.3 Download LIS from Microsoft 5.9, 5.10, 6.4 LIS built-in and certified by Red Hat 11 SP2, SP3 LIS built-in 5.7, 5.8, 6.0-6.3 Download LIS from Microsoft 5.9, 5.10, 6.4 LIS built-in Ubuntu Server 12.04, 12.10, 13.04, 13.10 LIS built-in Debian 7.0 LIS built-in Oracle Linux 6.4 LIS built-in
  16. 16. Bring Your Own Linux XStore Customer Personal Image Repository VHD VHD Service Management API Customer Storage Account VHD P O R T A L VM
  17. 17. Partner Makes Image Available Customer Consumes Partner Image
  18. 18. Create Image Register as a partner Publish Image Support that image*
  19. 19. Creating a Partner Supported Image Partner Personal Storage Account VHD VHD Partner Registration Azure Platform Customer VM Customer Personal Storage Account
  20. 20. Use a Supported Distribution Create an experience to allow customers to create VHDs
  21. 21. Or
  22. 22. Platform Image Repository VHD VHD Customer Personal Storage Account VHD Azure Platform Customer VM
  23. 23. • Two Types of Persistent Disks: • Local Resources • Right tool for the Job
  24. 24. • Deployment fails • BYOL • Cannot login to VM:
  25. 25. • Creating a Linux VM: • How to test locally • What you cannot test locally
  26. 26. • Backup • Failed VM • Request help
  27. 27. What can Azure support see and do
  28. 28. 36
  29. 29. © 2013 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.

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