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1 How well REALLY move to the cloud – the coming alignment between hosters and cloud platform providers Dave Wright

2 Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 2 What do customers want? Enterprise level: IT capabilites Agility Risk mgmtEnterprise Branch Office Corporate Internet Department Extranet Data Center level: Configurability System Integration System Management Datacenter Servers Networking Software Storage Infrastructure level: High performance Low TCO Reliability Easy scalability

3 Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 3 Overcoming the Datacenter trade-offEnterprise Branch Office Corporate Internet Department Extranet Datacenter Servers Networking Software Storage Cost Performance Flexibility Resources Capabilities

4 Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 4 Overcoming the Datacenter trade-offEnterprise Branch Office Corporate Internet Department Extranet Cost Performance Flexibility Resources Capabilities What is needed to turn these features into capabilities? Pay-as-you-grow Cloud Infrastructure Service Lower Cost Higher Flexibility

5 Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 5 Four Problems with Cloud Computing today 1.It only works for certain workloads –Predictable, linear scale-out –Simple data input / output –This is not just a matter of new-ness: there are real limitations to generic scale-out architectures for complex multi-tenant database workloads 2.Services are at a very low level of abstraction –CPU, GB of storage, GB of bandwidth 3.One size fits all datacenter configurations –Generic server configurations –Cant specify detailed network topology –Hard to optimize traffic within a distributed system 4.Limited SLAs

6 Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 6 Yet, the Value Proposition is Undeniable There are definitely cloud economies of scale for certain key IT services –Data storage and content delivery (web sites, file & stream services, etc.) –Read-only and Read-mostly databases with simple queries –Simple data processing (format transformations, basic queueing and routing) Usage based Pricing is attractive to a CIO (and to many ISVs) from a Real Options perspective – Low risk Proofs of Concept –Infrastructure becomes a Cost of Goods Sold Demand for Infrastructure as a service will grow quickly

7 Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 7 Has the business problem really changed? Cost Performance Flexibility Cloud Resources Business Capabilities Configurability System Integration System Management Hosted Resources On-Prem Resources All this still has to happen

8 Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 8 How CIOs want the picture to look IT department owns IT capabilites Agility Risk mgmtEnterprise Branch Office Corporate Internet Department Extranet IT purchases as a service: Datacenter capacity Datacenter management (provisioning, integration, operations) Data Center A Datacenter Service Provider chooses and integrates the right infrastructure for each workload Dedicated Workloads Cloud Services SaaS ISV apps s e r v i c e b u s

9 Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 9 The Hoster Opportunity His IT department owns IT capabilites Agility Risk mgmtEnterprise Branch Office Corporate Internet Department Extranet The Hoster provides Datacenter capacity Datacenter management (provisioning, integration, operations) Hosters Dedicated Workloads Cloud Services SaaS ISV apps s e r v i c e b u s The Hoster integrates Remote cloud capacity Syndicated SaaS apps Dedicated infrastructure

10 Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 10 One size does not fit all The segments will still be with us –IT Outsourcers –Application Hosting –Managed Hosting Hosters will mix and match their own combinations of self-hosted, cloud hosted and syndicated capabilities The role of managed hosting will center on dedicated workloads that cant move to the cloud Hosters will integrate cloud platform capacity into broader SLAs as part of their value prop Integration will become a core hoster competence –Service bus, metadata management, federated security, etc.

11 Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 11 Why Microsoft is your best cloud partner Integrated cloud and hosted platforms Integrated tools Partner centric Hosters Dedicated Workloads Cloud Services SaaS ISV apps s e r v i c e b u s

12 12 Developer Experience Service Hosting Service Management Consistent with on-premises Standard support - REST & SOAP Support for 3rd party languages Coming soon Scalable (elastic) Flexible Secure & Reliable Tracing & logging Upgrade service w/o downtime Real-time monitoring & metering Cloud Operating System.NET Services http://www.azure.com

13 13 Access Control Workflow Service Bus Support user identities securely across different organizations Model and execute business logic and service interactions Exchange messages between loosely coupled, composite applications Claims-based identity management Interoperable & based on standard protocols (WS-Trust) Manage through web page and/or a services API Supports CardSpace, LiveID, Username/Password Runtime execution environment for XAML-based workflows Enables the orchestration of services Extension of Windows Workflow Foundation XAML-based models can be uploaded to the cloud Simple publish-subscribe eventing Firewall friendly messaging Flexible connection modes Connectivity to on-premises applications to enable hybrid S+S scenarios Extension of Windows Communication Foundation Services for application integration.NET Services

14 Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 14 Cloud + Hosters = A Complete Solution Microsoft provides the best hosting platform Microsoft will provide the best cloud platform Both will use the same tools and programming environments Microsoft will develop partner-friendly channel models Microsoft will actively promote its partners

15 Parallels – Optimized Computing TM 15 Thank you! davwrig@microsoft.com davwrig@microsoft.com


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