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Gab2019 azure tour in 30 minutes

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Azure Tour in 30 minutes by พี่บุ๋มและน้องแก้ว

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Gab2019 azure tour in 30 minutes

  1. 1. Storage Disks, Storage types, Use Case Networking Virtual network, IP address, load balancing, Hybrid connectivity Introduction to Azure Cloud, IaaS SaaS PaaS, Azure Capability Compute Virtual Machine, Sizes, Availability and Scalability features Demo Virtual Machine Scale Sets
  2. 2. Provide easy, scalable data backup services in the cloud Data Backup Offer peace of mind with ongoing cloud-based DR services Disaster Recovery Quickly deploy and manage customer applications in the cloud Deployment in VMs Grow your business helping customers move their websites and apps to the cloud Host Websites and Apps SharePoint SQL Server Databases Orders Product AP Business Applications CRM Acct HR Virtual Machines
  3. 3. Azure IaaS core technologies Secure, cost-effective, and powerful
  4. 4.  Scalability: scale out, scale up  Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets:  Azure virtual machine scale sets let you create and manage a group of identical, load balanced VMs.  The number of VM instances can automatically increase or decrease in response to demand or a defined schedule.  Scale sets provide high availability to your applications, and allow you to centrally manage, configure, and update a large number of VMs. Auto-scale | Load balancing | Custom and marketplace VMs
  5. 5. Image VM Web-image Create VM scale sets webscaleset Load balance frontend Network security group Allow Port 80 , 443 Auto scale Enable Rule scale webscaleset CPU > 70% Increases = 1 VM CPU < 70% decreases = 1 VM Instance limits Minimum 1 VM Maximum 2 VM Default 1 VM
  6. 6. VM 2 VM Default 1 VM CPU < 70% decreases = 1 VM VM 1 VM Test CPU > 70% CPU > 70% Increases = 1 VM Maximum 2 VM VM 2 VM Test CPU < 70% CPU < 70% decreases = 1 VM Default 1 VM VM 1 VM

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