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Cloud Computing and Microsoft Azure

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Cloud Computing and Microsoft Azure

  1. 1. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Cloud Computing and Microsoft Azure Suhail Jamaldeen
  2. 2. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud About Me Suhail Jamaldeen Consultant & Trainer – Office 365 | Azure Microsoft MVP – Office Apps & Services Speaker Blogger – www.Suhail.Cloud www.twitter.com/SuhailCloud www.facebook.com/Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud
  3. 3. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Agenda Introduction to Cloud computing Characteristics of Cloud Computing Types of Cloud models Types of Cloud Services Azure Compute Service Introduction to Microsoft Azure Azure Regions
  4. 4. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Introduction to Cloud computing Cloud Computing is the delivery of computing services over the internet. Computing Services: servers, storage, networking, software, analytics, intelligence and more.. Cloud Computing enable faster innovation, flexible resources, and economies of scale.
  5. 5. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Characteristics and Considerations of Cloud Computing High availability: The ability to keep services up and running for long periods of time, with very little downtime, depending on the service in question Scalability: The ability to increase or decrease resources for any given workload. Elasticity: The ability to automatically or dynamically increase or decrease resources as needed Agility: The ability to react quickly. Cloud services can allocate and deallocate resources quickly.
  6. 6. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Characteristics and Considerations of Cloud Computing Disaster recovery: The ability to recover from an event which has taken down a cloud service. Global reach: The ability reach audiences around the globe. Cloud services can have presence in various regions across the globe Customer latency capabilities: Cloud services have the ability deploy resources in datacenters around the globe, thus addressing customer latency issues. Predictive cost considerations: The ability for users to predict what costs they will incur for a particular cloud service.
  7. 7. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud IT Funding Models Capital expenditures (CapEx) : Costs associated with buying or upgrading physical hardware, such as servers, networking equipment, and storage. It also includes real estate such as buildings or datacenter space. Operating expenditures (OpEx) : Costs that an organization incurs while performing its normal business operations. This includes the electricity consumed, cost of employees to manage and support systems, office space, and internet connections
  8. 8. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud On-Premises Computing Costs Server costs. This includes all hardware components and the cost of hardware support. Storage costs. This includes all hardware components and the cost of hardware support Network costs. This includes all hardware components, including cabling, switches, access points, and routers. Backup and archive costs. This is the cost to back up, copy, or archive data to the cloud or datacenter.
  9. 9. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Business continuity and disaster recovery costs. Along with server fault tolerance and redundancy, you need to plan for how to recover from a disaster and continue operating. Datacenter infrastructure costs. These are costs for electricity, floor space, cooling, and building maintenance. The expense of running the server is an OpEx. Technical personnel. Based on the technology used, you will need technical expertise and work force to install, deploy, and manage the systems at the datacenter.
  10. 10. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Types of Cloud models Public Cloud Private Cloud Hybrid Cloud
  11. 11. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Public Cloud Owned by the cloud services provider (also known as a hosting provider). There is no local hardware to manage or keep up to date; everything runs on the cloud provider’s hardware. A common use case scenario is deploying a web application or a blog site on hardware and resources that are owned by a cloud provider
  12. 12. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Private Cloud A private cloud is owned and operated by the organization that uses the resources from that cloud. They create a cloud environment in their own datacenter, and provide self-service access to compute resources to users within their organization. A use case scenario for a private cloud would be when an organization has data that cannot be put in the public cloud.
  13. 13. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Hybrid Cloud A hybrid cloud combines both public and private clouds, allowing you to run your applications in the most appropriate location. An example of a hybrid cloud usage scenario would be hosting a website in the public cloud and linking it to a highly secure database hosted in a private cloud.
  14. 14. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Types of Cloud Services Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) Platform as a Service (PaaS) Software as a Service (SaaS)
  15. 15. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) • IaaS is the most basic category of cloud computing services. • Instant computing infrastructure, provisioned and managed over the Internet. • Closer to the on-premises topology and resources. • With IaaS, you rent IT infrastructure servers and virtual machines (VMs), storage, networks, and operating systems from a cloud provider on a pay-as-you-go basis.
  16. 16. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud • Avoid the expense and complexity of buying and managing own physical servers and other datacenter infrastructure.
  17. 17. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Common IaaS business scenarios Test and development. Teams can quickly set up and dismantle test and development environments, bringing new applications to market faster. IaaS makes it quick and economical to scale up dev- test environments up and down. Web apps. IaaS provides all the infrastructure to support web apps, including storage, web and application servers, and networking resources. Big data analysis. Big data is a popular term for massive data sets that contain potentially valuable patterns, trends, and associations.
  18. 18. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Platform as a Service (PaaS) • Deployment and development environment within the cloud that delivers simple cloud-based apps to complex • Like IaaS, PaaS includes infrastructure - servers, storage, and networking - but also middleware, development tools, business intelligence (BI) services, database management systems, and more.
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  20. 20. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Software as a service (SaaS) • A model through which software is delivered via the internet • With SaaS, every aspect of the software’s hosting, setup, and maintenance is handled by its vendor. • All you need to do to access it is log in to an app or browser, and use the software in the same way as you would a traditional desktop application installed on your own computer.
  21. 21. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud
  22. 22. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Summary of Key Differences
  23. 23. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Common Examples of SaaS, PaaS, & IaaS Platform Type Common Examples SaaS Google Apps, Dropbox, Salesforce, Cisco WebEx, Concur, GoToMeeting PaaS AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Windows Azure, Heroku, Force.com, Google App Engine, Apache Stratos, OpenShift IaaS DigitalOcean, Linode, Rackspace, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Cisco Metapod, Microsoft Azure, Google Compute Engine (GCE)
  24. 24. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud • Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing services • Azure is used to build, deploy, and manage applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed data centers. • Data centers are geographically dispersed to provide availability and performance Introduction to Microsoft Azure
  25. 25. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud • Azure is available in 140 countries, including 54 regions (04th of October 2017) https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/global-infrastructure/ Azure Regions
  26. 26. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Azure Portal Virtual Machine
  27. 27. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Questions & Answers
  28. 28. www.Suhail.Cloud #SuhailCloud @SuhailCloud Thank You www.Suhail.Cloud @SuhailCloud fb.com/Suhail. Cloud

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