Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA

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Nov. 25, 2014
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA
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Introducción a la Nube de Azure con ENCAMINA

Editor's Notes

  1. Las máquinas virtuales de Azure requieren que el usuario las instale, gestione y diseñe la arquitectura de la colección de Máquinas virtuales. Son las más similares a las máquinas virtuales on premise y el modo más sencillo de mover cargas a la nube.
  2. Las máquinas virtuales son “sin estado” y es necesario diseñar y construir el almacenamiento del estado para las aplicaciones. El web role es un servidor worker role con un IIS instalado y configurado.
  3. Application Insights: Application Insights is an all-in-one telemetry solution which can help you detect issues, solve problems and continuously improve your web applications. It is designed to be an integral part of your development process and provides real time, 360° views of your apps across availability, performance and usage. You can take advantage of the powerful data exploration tools for swift, proactive & reactive issue handling. You can also understand how your users are using your application and make informed decisions to focus your investment where it matters most Operational Insights: Azure Operational Insights, is an analysis service that enables IT administrators to gain deep insight into their cloud and on premise environments. Azure Operational Insights enables customers to interact with real-time and historical machine data to rapidly develop custom insights, and provides Microsoft and community-developed patterns for analyzing data. Azure Operational Insights provides powerful search capabilities that enable ad-hoc root cause analysis and automated troubleshooting across multiple data sources. Without instrumenting any code directly or having knowledge of any complex schema IT admins quickly receive interactive results Batch: Azure Batch makes it easy to run large-scale parallel and HPC applications in the cloud. Batch is a new platform service that makes it easy to cloud-enable your applications and run jobs without setting up and managing a cluster and job scheduler. Use the SDK to integrate client applications with Azure Batch through a variety of languages, stage data to Azure, and build job execution pipelines. You can use Azure Batch as part of workflows, and to deliver self-service applications as a service. Storm: HDInsight includes the ability to spin up Apache Storm clusters in preview. Apache Storm is an open-source stream analytics platform that can process real-time events at large scale. This allows you to do processing on millions of events as they are generated enabling use cases like Internet of Things (IoT) and gaining insights from your connected devices or web-triggered events. Stream Analytics: Stream Analytics is an event processing engine that helps uncover insights from devices, sensors, cloud infrastructure, and existing data properties in real-time. With out-of-the-box integration to Event Hubs, the combined solution can both ingest millions of events as well as do analytics to better understand patterns, power a dashboard, detect anomalies, or kick off an action while data is being streamed in real-time. Data Factory: Data Factory gives organizations an agile way to manage the production of trusted information from a diverse set of on-premises and cloud data sources by offering an easy way to create, orchestrate and manage data processing pipelines over a range of transformation services . Organizations can easily connect to data in their on-premises SQL Server implementations and in Azure storage. They can choose from custom C# transformations or Hive and Pig scripts running on an HDInsight Hadoop implementation to transform their source data into easily consumable trusted data assets to drive business insights. Live Streaming: Live Streaming is the ability to send a Linear video program, such as a sports event, CEO Town Hall Address, or Music concert, through the public cloud for playback on any of today’s digital devices. Live Streaming includes the ability to automatically record and store the event while it is being broadcast, or “cloudcast”, and potentially allow a viewer to go back and watch some or all of the program later. Live Streaming incorporates cloud ingest, encoding, storage, encryption, and streaming. The same Live Streaming solution that seamlessly delivered the 2014 Winter Games and 2014 FIFA World Cup to broadcasters globally – including RTMP ingest capabilities – will now be available in public preview to all customers with the same level of scalability, uptime, and reliability. Content Protection: To protect your premium video content, Azure Media is introducing a Content Protection offering which features both static and dynamic encryption for with a range of industry standard encryption options including PlayReady DRM and Clear Key AES 123-bit encryption as well as a scalable and robust License Key Delivery Service that is hosted in the cloud. DocumentDB: Azure DocumentDB is a fully-managed NoSQL document database service that offers query and transactions over schema-free data, predictable and reliable performance, and rapid development. Offered in combinable units that scale to meet the performance and storage needs of your application, DocumentDB helps you quickly build, grow, and scale cloud applications —all backed by a self-managed platform. Azure Search: Many applications rely on search, which can be difficult and time consuming to set up. Azure Search is a fully-managed service for adding sophisticated search capabilities to web and mobile applications without the typical complexities of full-text search. As the volume of data or throughput needs change, Azure Search can scale up to meet this demand and down to reduce costs. Machine Learning: Azure Machine Learning allows you to easily design, test, operationalize and manage predictive analytics solutions in the cloud. Azure Site Recovery: replication to Azure: Azure Site Recovery – formerly Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager – is introducing a new capability in preview. Now you can replicate virtual machines from your primary site directly to Azure, instead of requiring your own secondary site as a destination. In the event of an outage at the primary site, the service orchestrates the recovery of virtual machines in Azure. Or you can use the original site-to-site capability – the choice of destination for replication and recovery is yours. Azure RemoteApp: Azure RemoteApp delivers Windows Server session-based applications from Azure and helps IT to bring scale, agility and global access to their business applications. Users can access their applications remotely from anywhere and on a variety of devices. While appearing to run on the users' local device, the applications are centralized on Azure’s protected, reliable platform. With Azure RemoteApp, you can enable users to access their corporate applications and stay productive on the go, scale up or down with no capital expenditure and protect corporate applications. Azure Files: Azure Files allows Virtual Machines (VMs) in an Azure Data Center to mount a shared file system using the SMB protocol. These VMs will then be able to access the file system using standard Windows file APIs (CreateFile, ReadFile, WriteFile, etc.). Many VMs (or Platform as a Service (PaaS) roles) can attach to these file systems concurrently, allowing you to share persistent data easily between various roles and instances. In addition to accessing your files through the Windows file APIs, you can access your data using the Files REST API, which is similar to the familiar Blob interface. Billing Alert Service: Quickly and easily create customized billing alerts that help you monitor and manage billing activity for your Azure accounts.
  4. La geo replicación proporciona ayuda contra los desastres naturales
  5. Gestiona de forma efectiva el crecimiento de datos y baja el coste hasta un 60% El almacenamiento en nube es usado para descargar los datos inactivos de entorrnos onPremise y para backup y archivado de datos La deduplicación y la compresión reducen el índice de crecimiento y mejoran el índice de utilización Los SSDs proporcionan IOPs de rendimiento a un coste bajo Almacenamiento y Gestión Simplificados El almacenamiento primario, el backup, los snapshot, el archive y el almacenamiento offline convergen en una solución híbrida en nube Todas las funciones de almacenamiento son controladas de forma centralizada desde el portal de gestión de Azure Los snapshots automatizados de la nube reemplazan la replicación remota y la gestión costosas en tiempo y recursos Mejora el Disaster Recovery y el cumplimiento El Instant Recovery solo descarga los datos necesitados por las aplicaciones para conseguir tiempos objetivos de recuperación (RTOs) rápidos La retención de los datos se determina por políticas software en lugar de por la capacidad de los Sistemas de backup o rotaciones de cinta Las pruebas de DR pueden ser realizadas sin afectar al servicio Migra y copia los datos a través de la nube Microsoft Azure StoreSimple permite que los datos onPremise estén disponibles para aplicaciones que funcionan en Azure para desarrollo/testeo y recuperación La información subida a la nube puede ser accedida desde otros sitios para migraciones de datos y recuperación
  6. Ejemplos típicos son añadir servidores de CRM, SQLs o cualquier tipo de máquina manteniendo una máquina en tu CPD, y añadiendo otras para ganar capacidad en la nube.
  7. Reach where your datacenter can’t   Use Windows Azure for global reach and scale. So far, we discussed ways in which you can use Windows Azure in conjunction with your datacenter. But your datacenter has limits. So why not rely on Windows Azure to reach where your datacenter can’t.   Let’s take a few examples:   Web Sites with global reach   Let’s take the example of a typical organization where marketing folks would want to rapidly develop, run and the shutdown marketing campaigns. It’s likely that capacity requirements for these are not known ahead of time, and these websites are less likely to have compliance issues. In fact, enterprises that run these are most likely running them already in the DMZ portion of their datacenters. Windows Azure makes for a great platform for developing and deploying these types of sites.   Your developers quickly and easily build and deploy sites to a highly scalable cloud environment that allows them to start small and scale as traffic grows. Whether it’s a .NET app development or using an open framework like WordPress or Joomla, your developers get an out-of-the box experience.   Furthermore, Windows Azure is able to do global load balancing through service called Traffic Manager. Using this service to serve users from around the globe. Traffic Manager allows you to load balance incoming traffic across multiple apps whether they’re running in the same datacenter or across different datacenters around the world. Traffic Manager provides you a choice of three load balancing methods: performance, failover, or round robin. So, if you have a global ad campaign running, you can make sure that the site that serves a user in Singapore is running out of the Azure datacenter in Asia whereas the site running in a US datacenter is serving the user located in US. By effectively managing traffic, you can ensure high performance, availability and resiliency of your applications. Guardar datos Identificarte en redes sociales/federación/Oauth 2.0 (Protocolo de federación de FaceBook, twitter, MA account) Eventos promocionales Ferias SDKs Nativos para las 3 plataformas en C#(MS), Java(Android), Objentive-C (IOS) Mobile apps   Another use case is to use the Cloud like a “mother ship” with which mobiles and tablets can hook up for computing resources.   With Windows Azure Mobile Services, you can streamline common development tasks like structuring storage, integrating push notifications and configuring user authentication. Mobile Services fully supports Windows Store, Windows Phone 8, iOS, Android and HTML5 development.   Windows Azure Mobile Services makes it faster and easier to build dynamic mobile apps that scale.  Mobile Services streamlines common development tasks like storing data in the cloud, authenticating users, and sending push notifications. We take care of the infrastructure so you can focus on what matters—user experience.   -Extend internal web apps to mobile devices: With an increasingly mobile workforce, your employees need to be able to both access and interact with important internal applications from any device.  With Mobile Services, you can extend internal web apps to a variety of mobile devices and enable your workforce to stay connected no matter where they are.  You can deliver that experience even if you have sensitive data that needs to stay on-premises behind a firewall.     -Quickly build and deploy consumer facing apps: Mobile Services supplies the infrastructure you need to stand up a consumer facing mobile app in minutes.  You can also easily work with your favorite APIs like Twilio for adding voice/SMS or SendGrid for sending email to further accelerate development.   -Land your app on any platform or device: Mobile Services provides out of the box support for iOS, Android, Windows Store, Windows Phone 8, HTML5, and Windows Phone 7 apps. We give you the choice of developing native apps using the SDK for each platform, mobile web apps that run on any platform, or using Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android to write native apps for iOS and Android in C#.  Partner integration   Another scenario is to use Windows Azure as a common meeting place or a messaging hub for integrating IT systems. WHY would you use Azure for this? Availability and Scale. A conduit or an integrations point for IT systems has high requirements for availability and scale. And it must work across systems behind several firewalls.   Windows Azure has integration capabilities to connect your systems and your partner systems, or end point devices through a feature called Service Bus. Service Bus is messaging infrastructure that sits between applications allowing them to exchange messages in a loosely coupled way for improved scale and resiliency. In addition, Windows Azure has EAI capabilities for accessing your on-premises line of business applications like SAP and Oracle EBS
  8. Hasta ahora hemos visto como Azure nos brinda multitud de piezas que permiten montar prácticamente cualquier sistema en la nube, pero requiere de experiencia para saber que piezas elegir en cada momento
  9. A continuación vamos a ver donde Encamina puede ayudaros con varios ejemplos completos donde contruiremos varias soluciones a los escenarios vistos originalmente, donde veremos como aplicamos los servicios de Encamina para obtener una solución llave en mano
  10. Web site simple Azure web sites El sitio necesita más potencia (almacenamiento y extensibilidad de datos) porque comienza a recibir visitas de forma masiva Blob storage Sql Azure / MongoDB / TableStorage El sitio requiere de tareas en background para tareas administrativas, envío de newsletters y demás gestiones automatizadas. Pasamos a Cloud Service (Worker Role, Web Role) El sitio quiere ofrecer contenidos de alta calidad a sus visitantes Media Services en caso de usar contenidos multimedia. Para mi esencial si se trabaja con vídeos. Traffic Manager para balancear la carga y establecer la región del Blob Storage que responda Caching (Redis, worker rol de cache,…) Necesario cachear contenidos puesto que el consume de información comenzará a ser masivo y necesitamos responder con el impacto en el consumo de información y así mantener un sitio saneado y con buen rendimiento. CDN para permitir acceder a contenidos de forma más eficiente Analytics para analizar los el funcionamiento del sitio. Podríamos ponerlo en el punto anterior pero depende del usuario, sin embargo, en este punto a mí me parece obligatorio. El sitio quiere ofrecer aplicaciones móviles para acceder a sus contenidos Service Bus para integrar servicios Mobile services conectado a la BBDD del sitio web
  11. Partiendo de la base de que ya tenemos nuestro Azure conectado con nuestra red
  12. Cierra con la página de de Contacto del mismo color del último bloque que has creado. Borra las otras dos.