The DevOps PaaS Infusion - May meetup

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  • IAAS – Migrate to – limited benefitPAAS – Build cloud aware applications – or make existing apps cloud awareSAAS – Buying finished products
  • Start -> 1:15
  • Speakers NotesHere’s an example of the impact that Windows Azure can have on a single application. When you multiply it by all of your applications, you can imagine a very dramatic impact. Bart Robertson is a developer in Microsoft IT, and he built an application called the “Social Experience Platform”, or “SXP”. This platform enables Microsoft properties to have social aspects around ratings, comments, and so forth. Bart built this application and made it available to product managers at Microsoft.com. So, for example, Microsoft.com/showcase uses SXP, Microsoft.com/cloud also uses it. There are 34 total tenants. They originally had a traditional deployment in a traditional data center, and the price was $15,000 (USD) a month, availability was 99.1%, 2-4 hours of planned downtime. After they deployed SXP to Windows Azure, their costs went to $1,500 (USD) a month, cut by 90%. His up-time went to 99.7% per month. In the month of June 2011, he actually achieved 100% up-time. He had 0 hours of planned downtime, it only takes 30 minutes to provision hardware. When Microsoft.com/cloud launched a big marketing campaign in June 2011, they anticipated a much heavier load to their site, so Bart doubled the number of web servers by changing the number from 3 to 6. They got a 700% increase in traffic but we able to handle it with ease. When the campaign was over, he dialed the number of web server back to 3. His total bill to handle that 700% increase in traffic was $70 (USD). This is a great example of the impact Windows Azure can have. This is a true story, and Bart has a blog where you can go read all about it: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/bartr/<click>
  • 54% of IT Budgets are on infrastructure – IAAS & PAAS can help here36% on application maintenance – PAAS can help here11% on new application development – PAAS can change thisYou can still have big issues with utilization in IAAS – PAAS lets you build apps that are CLOUD AWARE – therefore maximizing your returns
  • The DevOps PaaS Infusion - May meetup

    1. 1. frietti@microsoft.com
    2. 2. Service Delivery Models Higher Cost & More Control Lower Cost & Higher Agility Private Infrastructure Platform Software (On-Premise) (as a Service) (as a Service) (as a Service) You manage Applications Applications Applications Applications You manage Data Data Data Data Runtime Runtime Runtime Runtime Managed by vendor Middleware Middleware Middleware MiddlewareYou manage Managed by vendor 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
    3. 3. AZURE STORAGE
    4. 4. Before AfterAvailability 99.1% 99.98% High Availability Costs $15,000 $1,500 Per Month Per Month Lower Cost Release 2-4 hours 0 hours Time Planned downtime Planned downtime per upgrade per upgrade 2-3 weeks HW VMs 30 minutesProvisioning Server Environment Faster Time illustrative purposes only. Time Provisioning *Prices for to Market 5-6 weeks For more information, visit Physical Servers http://microsoft.com/windowsazure Notes 1 Tenant 34 Tenants
    5. 5. Workload Patterns Optimal For Cloud “On and Off “ “Growing Fast“ Compute Compute Inactivity Period Average Usage Average Usage Time TimeOn & off workloads (e.g. batch job) Successful services needs to grow/scaleOver provisioned capacity is wasted Keeping up w/ growth is big IT challengeTime to market can be cumbersome Complex lead time for deployment “Unpredictable Bursting“ “Predictable Bursting“Compute Compute Average Usage Average Usage Time TimeUnexpected/unplanned peak in demand Services with micro seasonality trendsSudden spike impacts performance Peaks due to periodic increased demandCan’t over provision for extreme cases IT complexity and wasted capacity
    6. 6. Chris Hallberg Sales Mgr.– East Region chrishal@microsoft.com 425-703-9595 Lynn Lussier Michael DeSilver Azure SSP Azure TSP lynnlu@microsoft.com midesilv@microsoft.com  425-705-7668  917-388-1223 John DanCorte Francesco Rietti Azure SSP Azure BDMJodarcon@microsoft.com frietti@microsoft.com (609) 870-2111  617-834-9401

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