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  • IDC Quote:http://www.arnnet.com.au/article/280328/idc_cloud_computing_here_stay
  • Å skape historieTenk deg at det er midten av 1970-tallet, to venner og til like datanerder som er en av de håndfull mennesker som vet hva en personlig datamaskin er. William H Gates III og Paul G. Allen, er likevel overbeviste om at datamaskinen skall bli et verdifullt verktøy for hvert hjem. Sammen grunnlegger de Microsoft – et stort skritt inn i det ukjente og risikofylte for at de har en visjon om å forandre verden og såg for seg en PC i hvert hjem og hvert skrivebord!Med lanseringen av MS-DOS 1981 dro de igang PC-ens store gjennombrudd. På slutten av tiåret fantes det mer enn 90 millioner PC-er i hele verden. 90-tallet ble det tiåret hvor PC-en gikk fra å være noe noen få brukte til å bli allemannseie, og et naturlig verktøy å kommunisere med. PC-en flyttet inn i bedrifter, hjem og skoler. Samtidig koblet mennesker over hele verden seg opp mot Internett. Antallet Internettbrukere økte fra 3 millioner til 200 millioner på bare 5 år.25 år etter Microsofts start er Gates og Allens visjon om en PC i hvert hjem og på hvert skrivebord en realitet i store deler av verden. Det er ikke mange bedrifter som hatt en så stor visjon og oppnått den på så kort tid!Microsoft er idag verdens ledende leverandør av programvare, tjenester og internetteknologi og har idag 96.500ansatte på fler enn 100 kontorer i hele verden. Vi er Software, vi er programvare – 97% av det vi driver med er programvare!! Innovasjon - Microsoft driver verden fremoverPå Micrsoft ser vi en fremtid full of potensiale og lever stadig etter den visjon som Gates og Allen hadde for 25 år siden. Vi jobber stadig med å utøke mulighetene i den digitale hverdagen for å stadig kunne tilby kunder og partnere de mest optimale og grensesprengende løsningene.Dette krever det at vi kontinuerlig jobber med innovasjon. Innovasjon for oss er ikke kun å lage nye former av teknologi, innovasjon er ENDRING og FORBEDRING! Det er å finne på nytt, endre på måter å jobbe, slutte gjøre noe, og begynne å gjøre noe annet som er bedre!!Vi har gått fra  - skrivemaskin og kalkulatorer til kommunikasjon & samhanlding -> samhandlingsplattform på internettResultat: Microsoft er en premissleverandør og en viktig driver for norsk programvarenæring og for norsk næringsliv i det hele tatt. Kontinuerlig innovasjon er nødvendig for å drive verden fremover.Noen eksempler: Vi ønsker å hjelpe nye IT-baserte bedrifter på beina slik at de kan bidra til innovasjon og nye ideer innen programvareindustrien og it-generelt. Vi lanserte denne høsten BizSpark hvor vi skal hjelpe nystartede bedrifter å få deres nye ideer ut på markedet. Vi ønsker også å hjelpe studenter og har et eget program: DreamSpark, hvor Microsoft bidrar med programvare for å skape høyere it-kompetanse og forståelse.
  • As an industry, we often like to talk about step functions and inflection points that usher in new eras of computing and the evolution of existing application models and app patterns.  For Microsoft’s part, we have evolved through numerous industry shifts over the last two+ decades.  Skepticism about the role of graphical UI and the GUI Toolkit in Windows was overcome by developer-driven creativity and scenarios that made GUI the new standard for operating systems and applications.  On the Web we were able to marshal our assets quickly to deliver a set of capabilities for the Web 1.0 era.  Most recently, the push toward .NET and XML web services protocols ultimately put a lot of the infrastructure foundation in place for the Web as we know it today.  And now we’re in what many think of as the ‘cloud era’, where we’re making a big investment in Windows Azure.  But many believe cloud computing is nothing new – it looks a lot like the mainframe ... centralized storage and processing, virtualization in the form of LPARs, thin client experience in the form of dumb terminals w/green screens, command & control architecture, etc.   So what’s new, then?  What’s *new* is a combination of hardware & software advances, along with dramatically more attractive economics, which make the cloud model increasingly compelling.  We’ve gone from running a few apps on the world’s most expensive computer, to running thousands and thousands of apps on a globally distributed fabric of the world’s cheapest computers.…which transitions into our strategy for this era…As a result, there’s a lot of industry mindshare today around services on the Web that is reflected in these terms like cloud computing, utility computing, private cloud, public cloud, internal cloud, etc. – the reality is that these terms really don’t matter all that much – it’s the underlying capabilities that matter.  And the capabilities that define how most people think about cloud today are fundamentally things like virtualization, scale-out, self-service provisioning, multi-tenancy, etc. [whatever list we end up on].  These are capabilities you can implement and/or consume anyplace – in your datacenter, in a partner’s datacenter, in a public cloud, wherever – because the industry reality is the trend toward hybrid scenarios that span all of these worlds.  They combine client and on-prem server offerings with cloud services, driven by the user need for experiences that span the PC, the phone, and other web-connected devices, as well as the business need to optimize back end datacenter capabilities to include accommodation of high-scale Web apps and access to compute and storage capacity on demand.  This approach to application architecture, development, deployment, and usage is at the core of what we call software + services.   Choice & flexibility have clearly emerged as the hi-order bits for the next generation of computing – choice & flexibility in terms of deployment & delivery, developer technologies, architectures, user experiences, and the need to span the software world and the services world with both apps and platform.  For Microsoft, this represents another step function, and has set the stage for a new application model in which these core capabilities span the traditional datacenter and the public cloud.
  • Setting? Hvor er vi nå? Hvor langt har vi kommet (de befinner dem nu her...)Wright flew in 1903.Swopwith Camel was introduced 13 years after in 1916Started in Norway around 1994 + 13 years = 2007...(The first TCP/IP wide area network was operational by 1 January 1983)
  • De viktigste trendene for et programvareselskap er hardware og nettverk:Den lille ringen er et stabilt antall (ca 3 mill servere) med «kjernesystemer» i de 10 000 største bedriftene i verdenDen mellomste ringen er 1 mrdPcerDen store ringen er 1,5 mrd håndsettTrenden er at håndsett ringen vokser til 5 og pc ringen til 2-3 mrd de neste 20 årene, og at mer internett tjenester blir konsumert fra håndsett enn fra Pcer om 5 – 7 år.Forbruker internett og demografi/skills blir dermed hoved driveren av fremtidige bruker scenarier.Cloud vil levere hoveddelen av disse tjenestene på 5 til 7 års horisonten.Vi ser dermed to store muligheter neste 20 år: 1) Tjene penger på forbrukere på Internett: «Connected Experiences» (Reklamefinansiert programvare og tjenester følger oppmerksomheten. Oppmerksomheten i timer er allerede på internett. NRK sender ALLE øvelser på internett via Microsoft Silverlight «opplevelsesplatform»Xbox Live (verdens mest brukte internett tjeneste i minutter / bruker), 1 mrd hotmail postkasser, Live Mail (Hotmail), 5 mrd pålogginger omdagen til Live ID (messenger + 200 andre tjenester) er eksempler på våre investeringer og lederskap i denne rettningen.2) «Connected productivity» Virksomhets produktivitet:Hjelpe Virksomheter bli bedre til å samhandle på individ, gruppe og virksomhetsplan gjennom vår UC & collaboration strategi
  • Fra skrivemaskinogkalkulatortilkommunikasjonssentral The cost of interaction The Internet’s single most significant effect is to cut the cost of interaction—the searching, coordinating, and monitoring that people and companies must do when they exchange goods, services, or ideas. The cost of searching for a mortgage, executing a bank transaction, and obtaining customer support, for example, drops by as much as 80 percent or more when these activities are handled electronically. Pervading all economies, costs of this sort account for more than a third of economic activity in the United States. Pasted from <https://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/ghost.aspx?ID=/The_mouse_that_roared_323>
  • Jeg tror litt av nøkkelen er å se S+S som fellesnevneren for 5 mega trender ALLE snakker om.Det er viktig å se på HVORFOR folk vil ha SOA, RIA, Web 2.0, Cloudcomputing og Software as a Service.Hva forsøker folk av fordeler ved å investere i disse områdene?Software as a ServiceDenne trenden er den essensielle fordi den åpner for ”trybeforebuy” og for at alle med et budsjett kan dra fordelene av IKT dersom de har bra båndbredde…RIA = fundamentalt om opplevelser:Hvordan tiltrekke, engasjere og tilfredsstille kunder i neste fase av utviklingen når det er ALT FOR MYE AV ALT?Folk gjør bare 4 ting på internett: Kommunisere, Lære, Handle og Oppleve greier. Programvare betyr en fantastisk mulighet til å blande disse elementene på nye og spennende måter.Hvorfor S+S? alle skjønner dette når det gjelder opplevelser. En av de mest brukte tjenestene de senere årene er SMS. Hvordan skriver du en SMS? Fyrer du opp en nettleser, logger på til tjenesten og skriver inn meldingen i et webformular? Niks. SMS opplevelsen ER software + services. Når så basale tjenester er S+S hvordan tror du det kommer til å gå med minste felles multiplum opplevelsen (= Nettleseren)? Vi kommer til å få flere ”browsere” for opplevelser. Halo for Xbox mot Live tjenesten. JPGTV.COM som browser mot bilde tjenester, etc.WEB 2.0Folk prater om alt mulig rart som 2.0 om dagen, men for meg handler dette først og fremst om hvordan få til nettverkseffekter, ”customerco-creation” eller det som Fast kaller ”The USER Revolution” . Fundamentalt sett dreier dette seg om at vi ikke lenger har en ”lese web” men en ”lese & skrive” web hvor stadig flere deltar og bidrar i sine respektive nettverk.CloudComputingVi har hittil hatt en ”best i byen” business modell på it tjenester, men web lar folk konkurrere gjennom ”interchangeabilityofoperations” på global skala.Dette er en virksomhet hvor konkurransen gir fordeler til ”low-cost” providers .Her er det sterke konkurrenter (Amazon & Google)SOAFolk investerer i SOA for gjenbruk og endringskapasitet. Gjenbruk er på mange måter et hellig gral, og blir ikke lett å oppnå her heller og dommeren er ute om når folk kommer til å hva av fordeler pga investeringer i SOA (på bånn av hype kurven?)
  • «Cloud» innovasjonen drives mest av nye måter å levere alt underoperativsystemet. (ping, power & pipe)Design for min(power)  grønnt og mye billigere (strøm er største enkelt regning i datasentre i dag)Automasjon av commodity servers for provisjonering av virtuelle (software) servere  ingen bemanning (1 vaktmester/30 000 servere) (cost#2 idagens datasentre)Stabling av 1000 vis a servere i standard shipping containers tar bort areal kostnad (cost # i dagens datasentre)Til sammen kan vi spare 80% på drift av applikasjoner over et gennomsnittlig veldrevet datasente. Microsoft deler i praksis denne besparelsen med kunden.I tillegg er applikasjonene alltid patchet til siste nivå og alltid på siste versjon (30 dager mellom hver oppgradering)Resultatet blir bedre og billigere applikasjoner for kundene og ekstrainntekter på drift for Microsoft  Leverer «Ping, Power & Pipe» til en pris verden ALDRI har sett maken til før fra www.globalfoundationservices.com Se: http://www.digi.no/php/art.php?id=789848
  • Let’s now drill down on “Online” services. Online services is a set of enterprise class software delivered as subscription services hosted by Microsoft and sold through partners. Our goals is to create a service option for every one of our business software products. The initial set of services we are offering focus on the business productivity capabilities that includes Exchange Online, Office SharePoint Online, Office Live Meeting, Office Communications Online, Exchange Hosted Services and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. Exchange Hosted Services are attached services that include filtering, archiving, encryption and continuity. We plan to add many more Online services to this portfolio in the coming months.The Business Productivity Online Suite, shown here, includes Exchange Online, Office SharePoint Online, Office Communications Online, and Office Live Meeting. Office Communications Online is currently available as part of the dedicated offering and a multi-tenant offering of the service plan to be added in early 2009.
  • Our service is designed to reach out to your entire organization and not just your information workers. As part of our service, we will introduce a reduced function service designed for in-frequent users. Examples of these users are factory workers, truck drivers who are not regular users of email but still need to be in touch with what is going on and be able to read content posted on SharePoint. Both Exchange Online and SharePoint Online will have deskless worker offering. The Exchange Online Deskless Worker will have Outlook Web Access Light experience and a 100MB mailbox. The SharePoint Online deskless worker will have read only access to content posted on SharePoint.
  • One area that we are very conscious of is the importance of security and availability. We want to ensure that customer feel confident that we are protecting their data and the service is highly available. Our service runs on a set of datacenters that are managed by a centralized organization within Microsoft that are making major investments in datacenter spaces and capabilities. We deploy our service on the latest hardware and network equipments in a N+1 architecture to enable failover capabilities as well as saving your data in a separate geo-redundant location. We are regularly tested by a third party CyberTrust to ensure our infrastructure is secure against attacks. We follow ITIL/MOF in our operational processes and we are in the process of getting our SAS-70 audit to ensure we have strictest level of control. Above all, we will provide 24x7 IT Pro support and our service availability is backed by a 99.9% uptime SLA.Physical security is but one part it. When you look, we ultimately need to make sure that since we are providing an internet based service, we are protecting customer’s data in a variety of ways. We look at this as multiple layers of protection. Microsoft is actually providing 9 layers of logical security for our customers and their service and data. Filtering Routers: these are implemented to protect against any traffic we do not see as well constructed. One of the great benefits of providing a focused service like BPOS is we actually set up the routers to protect against any form of malform data. We block at an aggregate at the edge. Firewalls are set up as deny all. Behind the firewalls we have an Intrusion Detection System. We have a very sophisticated correlation engine for any intrusion alert that we’re tracking 24 hours a day. Below the IDS, we have a level System Level Security. When you look, the service operations organization actually has broad based, dual factor authentication. This means each individual within a support and service operations team have either some sort of secure ID card or a RSH secure ID token that is coupled with their role. Each individual must have a user ID and password and must apply a pin with their secure ID token. Based on the role they have, we grant access per individuals to the service.  Application Authentication: when you get below the System Level Security, the customers actually have application level authentication. We have a very sophisticated mechanism by which we provide access to data. The structure of the service provides users access to only those capabilities they are designed to have. In the reseller model where a partner is actually providing the service to the customer, they have a level of application authentication that sits over top of that which the customers have. So we’re able to provide a very rich set of security protocols for our customers, as it relates to authentication to the different services.Microsoft, as most people know, has a good history as relates to security and trustworthy computing. Our services are actually designed to make sure that we apply those security methods not only to the software, but we also treat that software as a service. So when we do our threat walling and follow the Windows initiative, we’re thinking about our applications as if they are delivered through the Internet. We apply a significant level of counter measures, such as buffer overflows and SQL injection, we make sure that the applications we’re running are sandboxed so you can’t activate elevated levels of security or access a higher level of authentication when you’re actually doing work within our application. Virus Scanning is provided for multiple set of capabilities. We actually virus scan at all over our server levels, we have in place intrusion detection at the host and we’re scanning our content via Microsoft ForeFront.Then we have Separate Data Networks. When you look inside the data center, So what when we do our threat walling and follow the Windows initiative. These are implemented in a form that breaks it apart. For example, the data bases are on a separate sub net then from the actual content server or something that is an internet facing device.When you look, even though we are an internet facing service, very few devices have direct access to the internet. All of the servers are on some form of non-routable subnet space. Finally you are authenticated into the data. The data itself is never stored on the physical servers, we run separate data networks and the data is stored on dedicated storage devices. So when you look at the content, the content is actually being sent from dedicated storage devices, which allows us to provide significant levels of backup as well.
  • Business Productivity Online is comprised of 5 core services. In 2007, we introduced the dedicated version of the Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and Office Communication Online to customers greater than 5000 seats along with the latest versions of Office Live Meeting and Exchange Hosted Services. Starting in H2 2008, we will introduce a standard version of Exchange, SharePoint Online that is available to customer of any size. We will also offer a beta version of the standard Office Communications Online. In H1/2009 we will be offering international version of these services and starting in H2 2009 and in 2010, we will be upgraded with the next generation of server technology as part of Office Wave 14. We will regularly new feature releases to keep our customer up-to-date with the latest productivity capabilities.
  • “Plan for Migrering/Implementering” Omfang : 3 – 7 ukerMigreringsstrategi: Detaljert analyse avdagensløsninger for migreringtil BPOS slik at eksiterendefunksjonalitetoginnholdivaretas..Roadmap:Planleggerekkefølge for migrering/implementeringav BPOS applikasjoner. POC:Implementeringav BPOS for et begrensetutvalgavrelevantebrukere.Implementering/migreringsplan:Detaljertprosjektplan for gjennomføringavimplementering/migreringtil BPOS. inkl. plan for risikooggevinstrealisering.“Implementering/Migrering” Omfang: ihht. Implem.plan
  • Med Hodet I Skyene Og Beina På Bakken (Av Andersf@Microsoft Com)

    1. 1. Med hodet i skyene og beina på bakken<br />IDC mener at årlige investeringer i cloud-tjenester vokser med 300% til 42 milliarder dollar i 2012. <br />Hvordan påvirker cloudcomputing IT verdenen som vi kjenner den og hvordan kan du realisere gevinster ved hjelp av Windows Azure og Microsoft Online tjenester?<br />Anders Føyen <br />Strategirådgiver, <br />Microsoft Consulting Services<br />andersf@microsoft.com<br />www.twitter.com/andersf2<br />
    2. 2. $42 mrd<br />(cloud spending. IDC2012 est.)<br />“[Cloud computing] is a security nightmare.”John Chambers, Cisco CEO<br />“The interesting thing about cloud computing is that we’ve redefined cloud computing to include everything that we already do… Maybe I’m an idiot, but I have no idea what anyone is talking about. What is it?” <br /> Larry Ellison, Oracle CEO<br />http://www.arnnet.com.au/article/280328/idc_cloud_computing_here_stay<br /> ”Den som har begge beina på bakken står stille”Tor Åge Bringsværd<br />
    3. 3. Agenda<br />
    4. 4. Microsoft visjon 1972:<br />Visjon 1972<br />”En PC i hvert hjem og på hvert skrivebord”<br />
    5. 5. I am a PC and I am 4 and a half<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYncLAse0so<br />
    6. 6. …ogFemtegenerasjonerrettrundthjørnet!<br />2010+<br />Cloud<br />2000s<br />SOA<br />1990s<br />Web<br />1980s<br />Client-Server<br />1970s<br />Mainframe<br />
    7. 7. «Måtte du leve i interessante tider!»<br /> 5840<br />
    8. 8. Hvakan vi læreavhistorien?<br />
    9. 9. Hva Anders tenker om «Hardware å sånn…» ?<br />Hva er verdens største dyr? <br />(Hint: …i sum biomasse av alle levende individer…)<br />I hvilket år ble det laget flere integrerte kretser enn maur?<br />Hvor mange IC’er ble det laget året etter? <br />1017<br /> <br />
    10. 10. Hardware trender:Servers + Clients + Services<br />
    11. 11. Økonomi trender?<br />McKinsey (1999) on “The cost of interaction”:<br />“The Internet’s single most significant effect is to cut the cost of interaction—the searching, coordinating, and monitoring that people and companies must do when they exchange goods, services, or ideas. <br />The cost of searching for a mortgage, executing a bank transaction, and obtaining customer support, for example, drops by as much as 80 percent or more when these activities are handled electronically. <br />Pervading all economies, costs of this sort account for more than a third of economic activity in the United States.<br />
    12. 12. Socialcomputingservice eksempel? <br />Microsoft Research realtime phonetranslation services<br />http://www.downloadsquad.com/2010/03/02/microsoft-reveals-translating-phone-that-works-in-almost-real-ti/<br />
    13. 13. mobility<br />rich software<br />powerful services<br />provide solutions<br />create experiences<br />Microsoft’s Vision<br />spans across devices<br />rich software<br />powerful services<br />mobility<br />
    14. 14. Fem domineredeinnkjøpstrender<br />SOA: Service Oriented Architecture <br />RIA: Rich Internet Applications<br />Gjenbrukogendringsevne<br />Opplevelser<br />Software + Services<br />SaaS: Software as a Service <br />Web 2.0<br />Fleksibelprisogleveranse<br />Nettverkseffekt<br />Cloud Computing<br />Service Utility<br />
    15. 15. Cloud Computing?<br />
    16. 16. Agenda<br />
    17. 17. Globalisering:"Mamma, - hvor kommer kjeksen fra?"<br />Denmark: Soy lecithin<br />Scotland: Sodium alginate<br />Europe: citric acid<br />US: citric acid<br />Strawberry pureeand flavor<br />Red dye No. 40<br />Wheat Flour<br />Whole Grain Oats<br />Cellulose<br />Sunflower Oil<br />Italy: malic acid<br />China: Honey, Vitamin B1, B2, iron and folic acid<br />India: guar gum<br />Philippines: Carrageenan<br />Source: “The Global Food Supply,“ BusinessWeek July 30, 2007<br />
    18. 18. Det store bildet?Drivere og beslutninger<br />Business model<br />Scenarier<br />Bransje<br />Arkitektur<br />Implementasjon<br />Datasenter<br />
    19. 19. Cloudcomputingtransformasjonen:<br />+<br />+<br />SERVICES<br />CLIENT<br />SERVER<br />www.globalfoundationservices.com<br />Innovasjonen ligger i datasenter engineering (kostned med ~ 80%)<br />
    20. 20.
    21. 21. Cloud Computing 101<br />Infrastructure-as-a service<br />Platform-as-a-service <br /> “Bare metal”<br />Lots of flexibility, programming model agnostic<br />Lots of additional work<br /> “Dev fabric”<br />Can start virtually friction-free<br />Suboptimal for migration of existing apps<br />
    22. 22. Cloud spectrum?<br />TraditionalDatacenter<br />VirtualizedDatacenter<br />TraditionalDatacenter<br /><ul><li>Well-known, stable and secure
    23. 23. Utilization <15%
    24. 24. Utilization Increases to >50%
    25. 25. Management Costs Decrease</li></li></ul><li>Cloud spectrum?<br />PrivateCloud<br />Public Cloud<br />VirtualizedDatacenter<br />VirtualizedDatacenter<br />PrivateCloud<br />TraditionalDatacenter<br /><ul><li>Utilization Increases to >50%
    26. 26. Management Costs Decrease
    27. 27. Management Costs Decrease Significantly
    28. 28. Scale-out Development Expense
    29. 29. Capacity on Demand
    30. 30. Global Reach</li></li></ul><li>Cloud spectrum?<br />Public Cloud<br />VirtualizedDatacenter<br />PrivateCloud<br />PublicCloud<br />TraditionalDatacenter<br />BENEFITS OF CHOICE<br /><ul><li>Capacity on Demand
    31. 31. Global Reach</li></li></ul><li>Microsoftssynpå Cloud<br />Off Premises<br />On Premises<br />Location<br />Homogeneous<br />Heterogeneous<br />Infrastructure<br />CapEx<br />OpEx<br />Business model<br />Choices<br />Choices<br />Own<br />Lease/Rent<br />Ownership<br />Self<br />Third Party<br />Management<br />Application Programming<br />Scale Out<br />Automated ServiceManagement<br />High Availability<br />Multi-Tenancy<br />Fundamentals<br />Fundamentals<br />
    32. 32. Software + Services: Three Screens and a Cloud<br />Client<br />PC<br />Phone<br />TV<br />Tools and Cross-Platform Support<br />Server<br />Cloud<br />
    33. 33. Agenda<br />
    34. 34. The Windows Azure Platform<br />Developer Experience<br />Use existing skills and tools.<br />The Windows Azure Platform<br />platform<br />Management<br />AppFabric<br />Relational data<br />Compute<br />Storage<br />Management<br />Connectivity<br />Access control<br />
    35. 35. Windows Azure Platform Priser<br />Betal bare det du brukernår du behøverdet<br />Elastic, scalable, secure, and highly available automated service platform<br />Highly available, scalable, and self managed distributed database service<br />Compute<br />Storage <br />Web Edition<br />Business Edition <br />$9.99/month(up to 1 GB DB/month) <br />$99.99/month(up to 10 GB DB/month)<br />Per GB stored and transactions<br />Per service hour<br />Per database/month <br />Per database/month <br />$0.12/hour<br />+ Variable Instance Sizes <br />$0.15 GB/month<br />$0.01/10k transactions <br />Windows Azure platform AppFabric Service Bus and Access Control<br />Scalable, automated, highly available services for secure connectivity<br />Access Control<br />Service Bus<br />$0.015/10k Message Operations<br />$0.015/10k Message Operations<br />Per Message Operation<br />Per Message Operation<br />Prices shown in USD only<br />International prices are available<br />
    36. 36. “ With Azure, your ability to deliver solutions becomes much faster and you can really innovate and be competitive.”<br />– Jitendra Thethi,Principle Architect<br />“ Cloud computing democratizes access to carrier-class data center technology with better performance, higher efficiency, and lower costs; Microsoft’s Azure adds to that integration with a first-class development platform, decades of operations experience, and a developer toolbox of customizable services.” <br />eduify | write faster<br />Partner Momentum<br />– Brian Mathews VP Autodesk Labs<br />
    37. 37. Commercial release<br />CTP<br />Future<br />Rich Service Templates<br />Multiple Geo Locations<br />Multiple Languages<br />Full Trust<br />Active Directory and Web ID<br />Relational and Virtualized Database <br />Auto DB Management<br />Simple Service Templates<br />One Geo<br />ASP.NET<br />Medium Trust<br />Automated Service Management<br />Service Bus, Access Control<br />Admin Mode/VM Deployment<br />Geo Replication and On Premises<br />System Center Integration<br />Enterprise ID Federation<br />Distributed Queries and CLR<br />Analytics and reporting<br />Data Synch (DataHub)<br />Windows Azure Platform Roadmap<br />
    38. 38. Agenda<br />
    39. 39. Microsoft Online Services<br />Enterprise class software delivered via subscription services hosted by Microsoft and sold with partners<br />Business Productivity Online Suite<br />
    40. 40. Business casesBusiness Productivity Online Suite<br />Generelt 10% til 50% reduserte kostnader<br />Fleksibilitet<br />Standardisering<br />Flytter faste til variable kostnader<br />
    41. 41. Hvorforinvesterer Microsoft tungt i Online Services?<br />40% of employees WW have no email<br />169B (23%) spent on software and <br />638B (77%) on hardware & labor by businesses <br />Online Services aren’t pirated<br />
    42. 42. Segmentering<br />Information Worker<br /><ul><li> Rich client Outlook connectivity with web access
    43. 43. Full Exchange Online, SharePoint Online capabilities
    44. 44. Larger storage
    45. 45. Active Sync device support</li></ul>Deskless Worker<br /><ul><li> Web access only
    46. 46. Limited Exchange, SharePoint capabilities
    47. 47. Smaller mailbox size
    48. 48. Lower cost</li></li></ul><li>Sikkerhetførst!<br />Delivering highly secure, private, and reliable computing experiences based on sound business practices<br />Business Class Reliability and Security<br />Key Features<br /><ul><li>Geo-redundant datacenters
    49. 49. N+1 architecture
    50. 50. 9 layers data security
    51. 51. CyberTrust certified
    52. 52. Secure access via SSL
    53. 53. ITIL/MOF operational practices
    54. 54. 24x7x365 support
    55. 55. Backed by 99.9% uptime SLA</li></ul>Filtering Routers<br />Firewalls<br />Intrusion Detection System<br />System Level Security<br />Application Authentication<br />Application Level Counter-measures<br />Virus Scanning<br />Separate Data Networks<br />Authentication to Data<br />
    56. 56. Noenkunder> 1 mill Online brukere under administrasjon<br />
    57. 57. Roadmap<br />H2 2009/2010<br />H2 2008<br />H1 2009<br /><ul><li>International Available
    58. 58. Deskless Worker
    59. 59. Standard US
    60. 60. Dedicated Worldwide
    61. 61. Wave 14 Updates
    62. 62. International Available
    63. 63. Deskless Worker
    64. 64. Standard US
    65. 65. Dedicated Worldwide
    66. 66. Wave 14 Updates
    67. 67. Standard GA
    68. 68. International Available
    69. 69. Standard Beta
    70. 70. Wave 14 Updates
    71. 71. Standard and Pro
    72. 72. International Available
    73. 73. Wave 14 Updates
    74. 74. Service Update
    75. 75. Single Sign On
    76. 76. Forefront Integration
    77. 77. Next Generation Archive
    78. 78. Directory Service Enhancements
    79. 79. Forefront Reporting Integration
    80. 80. Service Update </li></li></ul><li>Hvordan leverer Microsoft Norge Online Services?- Rask identifisering av relevante Business Case og implementasjonsplaner<br />Hvordan?<br />Hvorfor?<br />anbefaling<br />prosjekt plan<br />
    81. 81. © 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.<br />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.<br />

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