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Jeffrey Snover - Empowering DevOps with Azure Stack

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Azure Stack is the first product in a new category – the hybrid cloud platform. It is a radical new product that you can think of as delivering the cloud equivalent of a SAN. Delivering a set of IaaS/PaaS Services, APIs, PowerShell and tooling experiences that are consistent with Azure allows it to run solutions from the Azure Marketplace. This allows companies to focus their dev and ops teams on the things that move their business forward, building applications which drive customer value.

This session focuses on what Azure Stack is and is not. It articulates the key values it delivers and use cases it enables.

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Jeffrey Snover - Empowering DevOps with Azure Stack

  1. 1. WinOps 2016
  2. 2. DevOps is about culture and processes
  3. 3. DevOps is NOT about tools and technology
  4. 4. But…..
  5. 5. This is wrong
  6. 6. Tools and technology play a critical role
  7. 7. Tools and technology can make DevOps easy or hard
  8. 8. Windows Server 2016 was architected to make DevOps easy=ier
  9. 9. • Uptime, break fix • Focus on reliability, compliance and financial management Development Develop Test Maintain Operations Build Stabilize Deploy Support • Translate business requirements to code • Focus on completing feature work on time with quality Chasm of Despair
  10. 10. DevOps Develop Test MaintainBuild Stabilize DeploySupportInsights & & & & Learning Loops* * See Sam Guckenheimer’s talk on Maximizing Validated Learning
  11. 11. You’ve heard of “Moore’s Law”
  12. 12. $$$ *Geoffrey Moore http://ecorner.stanford.edu/videos/1327/Core-and-Context
  13. 13. Build what differentiates you Differentiated applications Buy what doesn’t Commodity workloads & Infrastructure Solve the mission critical/context dilemma by using the Cloud Reduce risk by reducing complexity Standardize, Automate, Outsource
  14. 14. Physical Servers and Virtual Machines On- premises, non-cloud Old IT
  15. 15. Physical Servers and Virtual Machines On- premises, non-cloud Old IT New IT reality Hybrid cloud
  16. 16. Physical Servers and Virtual Machines On- premises, non-cloud Old IT New IT reality Hybrid cloud Implementation Public cloud off-premises Cloud on-premises
  17. 17. Physical Servers and Virtual Machines On- premises, non-cloud Old IT New IT reality Hybrid cloud TacticImplementation Public cloud off-premises Cloud on-premises Solution
  18. 18. Azure Stack is new Don’t project the past onto it
  19. 19. Made worse by “cloud washing”
  20. 20. First Hybrid Cloud Platform Virtualization-replacement What it is What it is not Integrated system with self-service IaaS, PaaS, & cloud solutions DIY infrastructure Regularly updated for Azure-consistency Static system you deploy & forget Azure Stack
  21. 21. Why?
  22. 22. Azure Stack integrated system lifecycle Architecture, hardware, and topology Security and privacy Deployment, configuration, provisioning Validation Monitoring, diagnostics Business continuity Patching and updates Field replacement of parts Continuous flow of innovation from Azure to Azure Stack
  23. 23. First Hybrid Cloud Platform Virtualization-replacement What it is What it is not Integrated system with self-service IaaS, PaaS, & cloud solutions DIY infrastructure Regularly updated for Azure-consistency Static system you deploy & forget Azure Stack
  24. 24. Digital Transformation Strategy Build what differentiates you Differentiated applications Buy what doesn’t Commodity workloads & Infrastructure Solve the mission critical/context dilemma by using the Cloud Reduce risk by reducing complexity Standardize, Automate, Outsource
  25. 25. For Ignite – what is/is not hybrid (AWS/VMWare)

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