Microsoft And Cloud Computing


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Microsoft And Cloud Computing

  1. Microsoft and Cloud Computing David Chou
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  3. Platform Evolution • Hosted software platform Mobile Client Server Cloud • Shared infrastructure • Virtualized and dynamic • Increasingly higher level services • Pay as you go business model
  4. Software Plus Services The power of choice Web is the hub Rich user experiences Capabilities loosely joined Microsoft Confidential – Presented under NDA
  5. On premises vs. in the cloud Application Application Application runs on- runs at a runs using premises hoster cloud services Buy my own Co-location “cloud fabric” hardware, and or (elastic, manage my Managed infini-scale) own data servers center High Control Low Low Economy of Scale High
  6. On premises vs. in the cloud “Packaged” Hosted “Software as Buy Application “Packaged” a Service” An application An application A hosted that I buy “off that I buy “off application the shelf” and the shelf” and that I buy from run myself run at a hoster a vendor “Home Built” Hosted Cloud Application “Home Built” Platform An application An application An application that I develop that I develop that I develop Build and run myself myself, but run myself, but run at a hoster in the cloud On premises Cloud
  7. A Sample Enterprise “Packaged” Hosted “Software as Buy Application “Packaged” a Service” ERP Collaboration Email “Home Built” Hosted Cloud Application “Home Built” Platform HR Website Build Core Processes On premises Cloud
  8. A Sample Enterprise “Packaged” Hosted “Software as Buy Application “Packaged” a Service” ERP Collaboration HR Email “Home Built” Hosted Cloud Application “Home Built” Platform Website Social Networking Build Core Processes On premises Cloud
  9. Industry Landscape “Packaged” Hosted “Software as Buy Application “Packaged” a Service” “Home Built” Hosted Cloud Application “Home Built” Platform Build On premises Cloud
  10. Paradigm Shift Consistency Share & Reuse Security & Privacy Customizability High Control Cloud On-Premises Economy of Scale High Ease of Provisioning Global Reach Partitioning & Redundancy Scalability & Availability
  11. Azure Services Platform ™
  12. Azure Services Platform Comprehensive Services Business Model Platform  Consumption and usage-based pricing  Flexible and on-demand infrastructure  $/CPU hours, $/GB stored +txn, $/GB egress/ingress, $/page views, etc.  Based on Internet standards  No minimum or long term commitment  Geo-scale and reliability  SLA and support commitment  Security & privacy  Control & customizability Software Plus Services  Simplified deployment and management  Power of choice  Higher-level abstraction  Consistent and seamless experience across  Focus on differentiation instead of the spectrum infrastructure & plumbing  Infrastructure and solutions extend from the server to the cloud Extends Existing Investments  Familiar tools, languages, & frameworks with .NET & Visual Studio  Provides the choice to build on-premises, cloud, or hybrid solutions  Integrate with existing assets such as on- premises applications and infrastructure
  13. Spectrum of Choices Enhance Deploy Compose  Extend existing on-premises  Distribute some existing  Create new scenarios by applications via selective use workloads to the cloud composing from multiple of services Typical scenario involves services & integrating on- Typical scenario is focused on deploying code to cloud premises assets data infrastructure
  14. Platform of Choice
  15. Emerging Patterns  De-perimeterization  Democratization of industries  Dynamic business models  Relationship networking core competencies  Shifting process centers of gravity  Plug-and-play IT architectures  Model-driven development, DSL
  16. Thank you © 2008 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.