Kannegieter Event envision the future - Microsoft - 24-6-2010 - v1.0


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Presentatie op het jaarlijkse event van Kannegieter. Wat is Microsoft's visie op de toekomst.
Kudo's aan Rene van Haaster en Serge van Schie voor het maken de presentatie en mede presenteren op dit event

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  • Three key elements of the services platformGlobal foundationPhysical layer of our services infrastructure that includes our data centers, the racks of computers and disks that are inside those data centers, the network that connects them to the Internet. Building Block servicesAs described in a previous slide, these are services for developers, services identity & access, data, business logic, and others – that form the core building blocks needed for application developmentApplications (Finished and Attached services)“Live” Consumer services for individuals and businesses with no IT staff, “Online” Business services for larger businesses, and eventually 3rd-party apps
  • Key Points: Microsoft has a long history of providing some of the largest cloud services in the world.Script: We’ve actually been in cloud computing for a while:We’ve been delivering some of the largest cloud services on the planet for almost 15 years.Our online properties (WL, MSN) see some 600 million unique users every monthXbox pushed out some 5 petabytes of content over Xbox Live during the week of Christmas (2009)We process up to 9.9 billion messages a day via WL MessengerWe have over 500 million active Windows Live IDsThe BPOS guys have a million paying users in 36 countries and regionsEven MS Update/Windows Update … operates at incredible scale - pushes out over a petabyte of updates every month to millions of servers and hundreds of millions of PCs When you look at our experience, our commitment and our continued leadership in cloud computing there are a number of fairly substantial differences between us and other providers.
  • Key Points:No one has the breadth of cloud servicesOnly Microsoft has a the wide set of cloud services that complements on-premises softwareScript:In addition to our consumer-facing cloud services, Microsoft offers the most complete set of cloud-based solutions to meet your business needs including advertising, communications (email, telephony, meetings), collaboration (document storage, sharing, workflow), business applications (CRM, business productivity), storage, management and infrastructure services. And unique to Microsoft these sets of cloud services complement a full and rich set of on-premise software enabling often times to add cloud functionality to your existing software or move between cloud and on-premises systems.Click:And with BPOS we are seeing quite a bit of momentum of customers moving to the cloud.
  • Three key elements of the services platformGlobal foundationPhysical layer of our services infrastructure that includes our data centers, the racks of computers and disks that are inside those data centers, the network that connects them to the Internet. Building block servicesFor developers, services identity & access, data, business logic, and others – the core building blocks you’d need for application developmentApplicationsLive services for individuals, Online services for IT, and eventually 3rd-party apps
  • Slide objectives: Define Windows Azure and explain the three types of services provided by Windows Azure.Speaking Points: With Windows Azure, we are extending the Windows Server platform to the cloud Windows Azure is a scalable hosting environment for you to deploy your apps in our cloud.Windows Azure provides three core services:Compute – which provides virtualized compute environment based on Windows Server. Today we are running Windows Server 2008, Hyper-V, IIS7, and the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1. These are all technologies many of you are already familiar with today. Storage – which provides durable, scalable, & available storage with essential abstractions. There are three types of data supported in Windows Azure Storage – tables, blobs, and queues. Table are used to store structured data or entities, but without the relational and query capabilities you find in a databaseBlobs can support very large sets of data such as images or videosQueues are used for communication between roles in Windows AzureManagement – Finally, the Management Services provide automated management of the infrastructure and your application. For instance, this service manages instance provisioning, application deployment, and service configuration.Model DrivenWindows Azure is model driven. You define the roles for your application and the requirements (such as the number of instances you require for each role) in the form of an XML-based model. The management service is then responsible for configuring the appropriate environment based on your requirements. Developer ExperienceWith Windows Azure we have focused on providing a rich developer experience based on Visual Studio. With the Windows Azure SDK and Visual Studio tools extensions, you can develop an application locally without being connected to the cloud or the internet. As you’ll see in a minute, as part of the local development experience, you will have the full power of Visual Studio.Notes: Today what you see surfaced in Windows Azure is a focus on applications. Currently this is limited to managed code for ASP.NET applications, WCF services, and worker processes.In the future we will provide support for unmanaged code and also virtual machines.
  • Office Web Apps utilizes the cloud to deliver files as you would expect to view them in Office—while maintaining content integrity and formatting—across your PC, phone, and browser. We call this “round tripping” and it is a key competitive differentiator. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook are all availableon Office Web Apps.Let’s think about how powerful this can be,even to a two-mansmall business:For example, a business owner created some analysison his PC while he was in the office. He wasusing some of the rich data visualizationfeatures, such as conditional formatting and graphs.Later that day, he is at the airport waiting for his flight. He logs on to an airport kiosk and uses the Web Apps to make a few quick edits he had thought of, sends an e-mail asking his partner to double check the deck, and jumps on the plane.Once his flight lands, he checks his e-mail on his phone from the runway and sees that his business partner made some additionaledits. He takes a look at them via the Excel Web App and Excel mobile.He’s set.Throughout this whole process, he’s had a great viewing experience and he was able to makeedits with confidence, knowing that changes made at the kiosk would appear as he intended them to for his business partner to review on his PC.This cloud capability will change how SMBs manage their day-to-day business activities—and when you combine this Office Web Apps “cloud” capability with BPOS, you really begin to see the amazing offerings we have that address the unique needs and pain points of our small and medium business customers.But we’re not the only company vying for SMBs in the cloud.
  • Kannegieter Event envision the future - Microsoft - 24-6-2010 - v1.0

    1. 1. Fundamental Research Product Practical Research Development Microsoft Research Microsoft Labs Microsoft Product Teams ~ 10 Years out ~ 5 Years out ~ 1-5 Years out www.officelabs.com
    2. 2. http://blog.ted.com/2009/03/sixth_sense_demo.php
    3. 3. “SaaS” “PaaS” “IaaS” software as a service platform as a service infrastructure as a service consume it build on it migrate to it
    4. 4. Service Categories Infrastructure Platform Software (On-Premise) (as a Service) (as a Service) (as a Service) Applications Applications Applications Applications You manage Data Data Data Data You manage Runtime Runtime Runtime Runtime Managed by vendor Middleware Middleware Middleware Middleware Managed by vendor You manage O/S O/S Managed by vendor O/S O/S Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization Servers Servers Servers Servers Storage Storage Storage Storage Networking Networking Networking Networking
    5. 5. http://www.greenm3.com/2009/10/microsoft-container-data-center-video.html
    6. 6. Live Services Online Services 3rd Party Apps & Solutions Building Block Services Datacenters Computers Networks
    7. 7. 23 million subscribers 2 billion unique calls per year 14 billion ads per month Over 6 million songs in the Over 600 million unique users catalog Over 3 billion WW queries each month 370 million active 500 million active Windows Live IDs accounts Petabytes of data every month to millions of PCs 10 billion messages processed daily
    9. 9. Scalable, virtualized hosting environment Flexible storage with blobs, tables, and queues Model-driven service lifecycle management Rich local & offline developer experience MICROSOFT CONFIDENTIAL
    10. 10. Enterprise software delivered as online subscription services. Enterprise Team Email Collaboration Hosted and Runs on managed by PCs, smart Microsoft in Microsoft BPOS phones and web Data Centers. browsers. Web Real-time Conferencing Communications MICROSOFT CONFIDENTIAL
    11. 11. Office 2010 suites Office Web Apps Office Mobile
    12. 12. Meer dan 40 Miljoen gebruikers wereldwijd MICROSOFT CONFIDENTIAL
    13. 13. Choice vs Choose MICROSOFT CONFIDENTIAL Source: http://www.slideshare.net/rdaniels14/running-your-business-in-the-cloud-presentation/
    15. 15. © 2010 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.