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Microsoft Azure in der Praxis

  1. The Cloud for Modern Business
  2. Why the cloud? Rapidly setup environments to drive business priorities Scale to meet peak demands Increase daily activities, efficiency and reduced cost.
  3. On Premises Youscale,makeresilientandmanage Infrastructure (as a Service) Managedbyvendor Youscale,make resilient&manage Platform (as a Service) Scale,resilienceand managementbyvendor Youmanage Hosting models Software (as a Service) Business model Applications Scale,resilienceand managementbyvendor Why the cloud?
  4. Azure
  5. Azure footprint 16 regions worldwide in 2015 Data Centers Regional Partners
  6. Fortune 500 using Azure >57% >300k Active websites More than 1,000,000 SQL Databases in Azure >30TRILLION storage objects >300MILLION AAD users >13 BILLION authentication/wk >3 MILLION requests/sec >1.65MILLION Developers registered with Visual Studio Online
  7. .NET Support2015 Offline Sync Mobile Services Networking Visual Studio & .NET Virtual Machines Memory Optimized Disk Optimized Resource Manager Portal VSO GA XamarinPoint-to-site VPN Web Sites SMB File System IBIZA Remote Debug VM Management SQL Database Puppet Chef Docker Powershell and DSC Capture / Deploy Autoscale Dynamic Routing Subnet Routing Static IP Storage Autoscale Traffic Mgr Web Jobs Backup Java Support ASP.NET MVC 5.1 ASP.NET Web API 2.1 AD support Powershell Automation Node.JS project support Remote Debugging Kindle Support BD’s up to 500GB 99.95% SLA Self Service Site Recovery Active GEO replication HDInsight Hadoop 2.2 YARN support .NET 4.5 .NET Foundation Azure Redis Cache API Management Site Recovery Remote Apps Cordova VSO Open Api’s Event Hub
  8. Connect every on-premises server to the cloud StorSimple Backup Hyper-V Disaster Recovery VMWare Disaster Recovery SQL Server Always On Active Directory Orchestration as a Service ExpressRoute Networking Azure On-Premises Datacenter
  9. Azure Services
  10. Microsoft Azure Services Clientlayer (on-premises) Tablet Phone Games consolePC On-premises databaseBrowserOffice Add-in On-premises service AD Multifactor Authentication AccessControl Layer Integration layer Service Bus CDN BizTalk Services Traffic Manager Virtual Networks Express Route Application layer API Mgmt Websites Cloud Services VM Mobile Services Media Services Notification Hubs Scheduler Automation DataLayer Storage Blobs Tables Queues Data Machine Learning HD Insight Document DB SQL Database Caching StorSimple
  11. Demo: Azure Portal
  12. Getting started >_ REST API Virtual Machines Management portal Scripting (Windows, Linux and Mac) Select image and VM size Extra Small Small Medium Large X-Large New disk persisted in storage Cloud Blob Storage Comprehensive Networking Windows Server Linux Boot VM from new disk
  13. Microsoft Azure Certified
  14. Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Orchestrated disaster recovery to a second site or to Azure Communication and Replication Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Communication Channel Replication channel: Hyper-V Replica Primary Site Windows Server Recovery Site Windows Server Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Primary Site Windows Server Automated VM protection and replication Remote health monitoring Customizable recovery plans No-impact recovery plan testing Orchestrated recovery when needed
  15.  Game sessions hosted using Azure  Hosted using >100,000 Azure Virtual Machines
  16. • SQL Server database technology as a service • Fully Managed • Enterprise-ready with automatic support for HA • Designed to scale out elastically with demand • Ideal for simple and complex applications • Full support for TDS and ODBC • Familiar language and framework support • Cross Datacenter failover and backups to support disaster recovery scenarios SQL Database
  17. Big Data Insights Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Mashup sophisticated intelligent algorithms Enables data scientists and developers to efficiently embed predictive analytics into their applications Elastic, pay as you go with low operating costs Extend with Power BI, Hadoop and cloud hosted data Microsoft Azure HDInsight Microsoft instance of Hadoop distribution running as service Support existing ecosystem from Hive, Pig, etc Extended to support Excel and BI tooling Integration with diverse sources of data
  18. Microsoft Azure Web Sites Create new sites in seconds Easily manage and scale your sites Automatic load balancing and shared storage across instances Scale out or up to reserved instances for improved performance and scale Built-in web jobs support Use ASP.NET, ASP, PHP, Java or Node.js SQL Azure or MySQL databases Start with open source apps and frameworks Develop with VS and WebMatrix Supports any Web development tool on any platform (Windows, OSX, Linux) Rapid deployment for quick iteration Integrated source control with Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Git Built-in monitoring of perf and usage data Quick access to request logs, failed requests diagnostics and diagnostics Office Blog ASP.NET
  19. • Full Portal Integration • Not just for Microsoft shops Visual Studio Online Agile Build Test Deploy InsightsCode
  20. • Synchronize your corporate and 3rd party identities • Integration with O365 • Support modern protocols • OAuth 2.0 • OpenID Connect • WS-Fed • SAML 2.0 • Identity and Access Mgmt Permissions • Users • Groups • Applications Microsoft Azure Active Directory 3rd party clouds/hostingMicrosoft Azure AD You
  21. • On Demand Media Services • Video-on-demand • Ingest • Encode • Package • Encrypt • Delivery • Live Streaming Support • Office 365 Integration Azure Media Services Live video encoding and streaming Web + Mobile 100 million viewers 2.1 million concurrent HD viewers during the USA vs. Canada hockey match Olympics NBC Sports
  22. Mobile Services Storage Authentication Logic Push Scheduler • Provides essential services to support client development • Client Support • iOS • Android • HTML5/Web • Xamarin • Windows • Windows Phone • PhoneGap • Sencha
  23. • Dev / Test • Full test and dev environments in minutes • VSO integration • Lift and Shift • Take existing work loads and run then in a certified instance • Storage • Archive key data in inexpensive cloud storage • Big Data • Process key data into business intelligence using Hadoop or Machine Learning • Identity • Synchronize all your identities through Azure AD to control access to Apps, Data and Services • Web Apps • Take your web apps to the cloud using inexpensive Web Sites Key Scenarios to get started with Microsoft Azure
  24. YourMSDN Benefits… 89 Countries 33% off Dev/Test VMs 25% off Other Dev/Test 3 VMs for 16 hrs a day 80 VMs for 20 hour load test Up to 100 web sites + DB + $150 per Month Upto
  25. Cloud Development- Patterns
  26. General Things to consider • Design everything to be Stateless (if possible) • use PaaS over IaaS • use Async • Automate everything • Right tool for the job • SQL • TableStorage • BlobStorage • NoSQL (DocumentDB, MongoDB, Cassandra)
  27. Data Storage Options
  28. Data partion strategies Vertical Partitioning
  29. Data partion strategies Horizontal Partitioning Azure TableStorage does this automatically based on the PartionKey
  30. Data partion strategies Hybrid Partitioning
  31. Dev Ops • Continous Integration & Deployment • Works on my machine! • Monitoring • Telemetry (User behavior and usage) • VisualStudio Online is free for up to 5 users, automatic deployment from SourceControl to Azure
  32. Design for failure • Everything can fail at any time • Transient Faults (self healing) • Network issues • Timeouts • Use Traffic Manager route traffic to differnt data centers • Use AutoScale to handle peak times
  33. Transient Fault Handling •Entity Framework supports Retry Policy since 6.0 •Azure SDKs include Retry Policies •Create custom HttpHandler for calling external services public class MyConfiguration : DbConfiguration { public MyConfiguration() { SetExecutionStrategy( "System.Data.SqlClient", () => new SqlAzureExecutionStrategy(1, TimeSpan.FromSeconds(30))); } } IRetryPolicy linearRetryPolicy = new LinearRetry(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(2), 10); blobClient.RetryPolicy = linearRetryPolicy;
  34. HttpClient Handler protected override async Task<HttpResponseMessage> SendAsync( HttpRequestMessage request, CancellationToken cancellationToken) { HttpResponseMessage response = null; for (int i = 0; i < _maxRetries; i++) { response = await base.SendAsync(request, cancellationToken); if (response.IsSuccessStatusCode) { return response; } if (response.StatusCode == HttpStatusCode.Unauthorized) { var token = await _connector.GetRefreshToken(); request.Headers.Authorization = new AuthenticationHeaderValue("Bearer", token.accessToken); } if (response.StatusCode == HttpStatusCode.NotFound) { return response; //No neet to retry 404 } if (response.StatusCode == (HttpStatusCode) 429) { //Too many requests, back off Thread.Sleep(2000); } } return response; } 34 VAR CLIENT = NEW HTTPCLIENT(NEW RETRYWITHAUTHHANDLER<EXACTCONNECTOR>(NEW HTTPCLIENTHANDLER(), 3, THIS));
  35. Queue centric work pattern • Decouple tiers • Allows to scale efficiently • Handle unexpected peak loads • Works great with AutoScale • Use for all non interactive scenarios • Examples: • Send Emails • Create Thumbnails of uploaded pictures • Write results to storage
  36. Microservices • Each MicroService is part of an application (no SOA) • Autonom • Fast development and integration • Allows for experiments • Best language for the job
  37. SingleSignOn (SSO) • Azure Active Directory • Support SAML, WS-Fed and Oauth • Link to On Premise Directory • Connect with ADFS On Premise
  38. Azure @ Sitrion • Websites • Cloud Services • SQL Database • DocumentDB • Storage • Traffic Manager • Redis Cache • ServiceBus 38
  39. Questions?

Editor's Notes

  1. - With the Help of Hybrid Connections
  2. - What does Azure offer as Services?
  3. -Blobs: Zum speichern von Resource wie Dateien -Tables: Zum Speichern von daten als key value pairs -Queues: Zum abarbeiten von Daten -SQL Database: Zur Speicherung von Daten in SQL -Machine Learning: Ein Dienst der aus einer Menge von Daten lernt -HD Insight: Zum speichern von unstrukturierten oder semi strukturierten Daten (100% Apache Hadoop) -Caching: Redis-Cache oder AppFabric Memory Cache -DocumentDB: NoSQL Datenbank wie z.B. MongoDB -StorSimple: Backup Lösung für OnPrem Server
  4. Viele Möglichkeiten VM´s zu erstellen, über das Portal, per Skript, per API Es gibt alle möglichen Server welche benutzt warden können unter anderem auch eigene oder…
  5. - .. Man kann aus einer Vielzahl von vorgefertigten Templates auswählen
  6. Stellt die Möglichkeit zur Verfügung disaster recovery für VM´s zu Planen Machen Testen ohne die Produktionsumgebung zu stören Geht sowohl nur in Azure als auch mit Servern OnPrem
  7. Gutes Beispiel Titanfall: Anstatt díe Spiele auf den Konsolen oder PC´s zu Hosten, hostet Respawn seine Spiele auf Azure um Rechenoperationen für die AI und andere Sachen von den Konsolen fernzuhalten um dort die Resourcen für Grafik usw nutzen zu können Points to land: Imagine what you could do…  360,000 concurrent cores  Have EA tell the story  Assume we don't run out of capacity
  8. - Diagnostics durch Application Insights
  9. - Recodierung von Inhalten, Live Streaming Support -
  10. Speaking Notes Azure Mobile Services is a Backend-as-a-Service Instead of you having to design, build, test, deploy, manage, and upgrade your whole backend, we do it for you Features of Mobile Services Storage – SQL DB Authentication – built in support for social providers w/ ability to custom auth Backend logic – data validation, logical flows, etc Push Notifications – across all major mobile platforms Scheduler – backend job processing