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Cloud integration patterns for it pros - itprceed

  1. 1. Azure Integration Patterns Sam Vanhoutte - Codit
  2. 2. Nice to meet you SamVANHOUTTE CTO Codit 6 year - BizTalkV-TSP 1st year - Integration MVP sam.vanhoutte@codit.eu +32 474 849 993 @SamVanhoutte be.linkedin.com/in/samvanhoutte/ > 60 Active integration customers International Focus - HQ in BEFocused on integration solutions 2000 Belgium 2004 France 2013 Portugal 60 employees > 50 consultants BizTalk certifiede-news + SoMe 2012 & 2013 Partner of the Year Award Finalist Application Integration
  3. 3. And take home the Lumia 1320 Present your feedback form when you exit the last session & go for the drink Give Me Feedback
  4. 4. Bring the cloud to your enterprise: Integration Your Data Center Integration Partners SaaS Apps
  5. 5. Same problems different solutions, new challenges Network latency Identity Management Different SLAs Data Security Monitoring Management Mobile AccessInterop Changing schemas Services not Servers ConnectivityREST-first
  6. 6. Architectural challenges Operational challenges Security Latency Standards & Interop Hybrid connectivity … “DevOps” Enterprise procedures SLA’s Monitoring … Same problems different solutions, new challenges
  7. 7. Cloud Integration Patterns Network Integration Data Integration Application Integration Connect and synchronize data between on-prem and cloud Connect on protocol – network level Synchronous or asynchronous message communication on application level
  8. 8. NETWORK INTEGRATION
  9. 9. Network integration: Technology overview • Virtual Networking – Point to Site – Site to Site • ExpressRoute • Hybrid connections – (app. integration)
  10. 10. Virtual networking options
  11. 11. ExpressRoute connectivity Microsoft Azure Compute Azure Edge Connectivity Provider Infrastructure
  12. 12. ExpressRoute connectivity ExpressRoute provides organizations a private, dedicated, high-throughput network connection between Windows Azure datacenters and their on-premises IT environment.
  13. 13. DATA INTEGRATION
  14. 14. Data integration: Technology overview • Azure Storage – Azure File Service – Table & Blob storage • Azure SQL Database – Data Sync – SQL Connectivity
  15. 15. Connect to Azure SQL Database • Through SQL Azure TDS • Local firewall settings – Outbound connections – TCP port 1433 • SQL database firewall – Provide allowed IP ranges to connect to server – Use sp_set_database_firewall_rule on database level
  16. 16. SQL Azure Data Sync • Warning! Still in preview… For years • Powers movement of data – Cloud  cloud – On-premises  cloud • Getting data where you need it – Sync SQL Azure instances – Sync SQL Server to SQL Azure – Sync offline apps to SQL Azure – Enable geo-replication of data Sync SQL Azur e
  17. 17. APPLICATION INTEGRATION
  18. 18. Application integration: Technology overview • Service Bus – Relay Service – Messaging – Notification Hubs • BizTalk Services – Hybrid Connections – Adapter service – EDI Trading partners
  19. 19. Service Bus Brokered Messaging Port 9354 outbound Port 5672 for AMQP Port 443 for HTTPS • Asynchronous / queued processing • Distributed processing • Load leveling / Temporal decoupling • Interoperability through AMQP / REST • Routing of messages
  20. 20. Service Bus Relay - how it works • Outbound firewall only • Bi-directional communication patterns • Load-balancing in the cloud • HTTP or TCP connectivity • Different security options
  21. 21. Firewall friendly? Yes, but… • Only outbound firewall rules needed – TCP: Ports 9350-9353 – HTTP: Ports 80 & 443 • IP range of cloud services change constantly – Don’t block outbound IP addresses – http://bit.ly/15lXMB0
  22. 22. Port configuration #fyi • Outbound TCP (Ports 9350-9353) – 9350 Unsecured TCP One-way (client) – 9351 Secured TCP One-way (all listeners, secured clients) – 9352 Secured TCP Rendezvous (all listeners except one-way) – 9353 Direct Connect Probing Protocol (TCP listeners with direct connect) • Outbound HTTP (Port 80, Listeners) – TCP equivalent tunnel with overlaid TLS/SSL formed over pair of HTTP requests – Alternate connectivity path if outbound TCP is blocked • Outbound HTTPS (Port 443, Senders)
  23. 23. Service Bus Relay Demo – connect to on prem SQL
  24. 24. Hybrid Connections Web Sites Mobile Services Corporate Network Microsoft SQL Server Hybrid Connection Other published resourcesHybrid Connection Manager
  25. 25. Hybrid connections Access to on-premises resources Connect to SQL Server, Web Services or most other that use TCP or HTTP connectivity No need to alter the network perimeter Doesn’t require a VPN gateway or Firewall changes to allow incoming traffic Applications have access only to the resource that they require Outbound connection needed on port 5671 IT maintains control over resources Support for Group Policy and Event/Audit Logging providing Admins control and visibility Event and Audit logging IT has insight into resources being accessed IT can use existing infrastructure investments for monitoring and control Dashboard on Azure portal Access to connection health, status Will provide insights on usage and metrics
  26. 26. Hybrid Connections Demo – migrate web site
  27. 27. BizTalk Services BizTalk Adapter Service Server Explorer (Visual Studio) PowerShell CmdLets Management Service REST API Lob Relay (Service Host) Bridge Pipeline V E T E Messages Sources FTP/S HTTP SFTP Destinations Service Bus Web Service FTP/S HTTP Blob
  28. 28. BizTalk Services Demo – connect to SAP or SQL on prem
  29. 29. Hybrid connectivity options
  30. 30. Scenarios When to use what ?
  31. 31. Local, shielded network Virtual Networking VPN device Site to Site VPN SOAP Site to Site VPN, connecting local services and file shares FTP IPSec tunnel Codit Integration Cloud
  32. 32. Local, shielded network Virtual Networking VPN device Site to Site VPN SOAP Site to Site VPN, connecting local services and file shares FTP IPSec tunnel Advantages • Connections managed from the cloud • On-premises footprint extremely small • No DMZ deployment needed • Extensible connection service Reasoning • Minimize network / application impact • Fully outsource solution Codit Integration Cloud
  33. 33. Belgium SQL Data Sync Worker Role reference data lookup SQL Data Sync Feed Azure Database with local SQL reference data for lookups On prem SQL SQL Azure Database
  34. 34. Belgium SQL Data Sync " changing the way integration is done BizTalk Services (bridge enrichment : look up) SQL Data Sync Feed Azure Database with local SQL reference data for lookups On prem SQL SQL Azure Database Advantages • Quick to set up • Low latency for data access (same data center) • No changes need to local application Reasoning • Warning – in preview for years ! • Good for caching data in the cloud
  35. 35. Netherlands Service Bus Relay BizTalk Adapter Service Service Bus Relay REST FILE Cloud Integration environment, using Service Bus Relay to on-prem SQL Cyprus Cloud Connector Codit Integration Cloud
  36. 36. Service Bus Relay Cloud Integration environment, using Service Bus Relay to on-prem Advantages • Connections managed from the cloud • On-premises footprint extremely small • No DMZ deployment needed • Extensible connection service Reasoning • Minimize network / application impact • Fully outsource solution
  37. 37. BizTalk Services Azure BizTalk Services On prem ESB Service Bus Relay SAP WMS Oracle FTP, AS2… Customer moving all B2B to the cloud, relaying to on prem BizTalk
  38. 38. BizTalk Services Windows Azure BizTalk Services BizTalk ESB Service Bus Relay SAP WMS Oracle FTP, AS2… Advantages • Faster set-up of partner connections • One-time firewall set-up • Support for existing mappings & schemas in WABS • No specific DMZ deployment needed Reasoning • Latency less important for B2B than EAI Customer moving all B2B to the cloud, relaying to on prem BizTalk
  39. 39. THANK YOU AND NOW, QUESTIONS? OR DRINKS?
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