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© Sogeti Sogeti-Microsoft Alliance What’s new in Windows Azure Where have we been, where are we going
© Sogeti About Brent 20 Years of IT Experience Mainframe to Mobile Manufacturing Fraud Prevention Financial Services Public Sector 10 years on Internet Solutions Web: brentdacodemonkey.wordpress.com/rentdacodemonkey.wordpress.com/ blogs.us.sogeti.com/ccdigest/ Microsoft MVP for the Windows Azure Platform
© Sogeti Ray Ozzie, “The Services Disruption” 3 “It is now 2005, and the environment has changed yet again –this time around services. Computing and communications technologies have dramatically and progressively improved to enable the viability of a services-based model.”
© Sogeti Innocent Beginnings 4 The year was 2006, near the San Jose airport. An elite team of Microsoft specialists embark on a journey that would change things in ways they could only dream of…
© Sogeti Under a desk… 5
© Sogeti PDC 2008 – Windows Azure Unveiled 6
© Sogeti PDC 2009 – v1.0 goes live 7 November CTP January 2010 Production February 2010 Billable
© Sogeti Application Server Web App Console or Service Temp Files Relational Database Active Directory External Flat Storage External Data Files Data Importer Trusted 3 rd Party Typical application as it exists today. Basic components, used in conjunction to deliver a LOB solution. How does this translate to Windows Azure? VM TM
© Sogeti Application Server Web App Console or Service Temp Files Relational Database External Flat Storage Applications (Compute) Computing power Memory Temp Storage External Data Files Data Importer Active Directory Trusted 3 rd Party VM TM
© Sogeti Relational Database External Flat Storage Windows Azure Scalable and Managed Role based processes Dedicated, not shared 1.6ghz CPU, and 1.75gb of RAM per core 250gb of local storage External Data Files Data Importer Active Directory Trusted 3 rd Party Local Storage Windows Azure Fabric Web Role Worker Role VM Role TM
© Sogeti Relational Database External Flat Storage Windows Azure External Storage Non-Relational Network Shares Inter-process Communication Local Storage External Data Files Data Importer Active Directory Trusted 3 rd Party Windows Azure Fabric Web Role Worker Role VM Role TM
© Sogeti Relational Database Azure Storage Windows Azure Azure Storage Non-Relational Entity Tables, Queues, Blobs Highly scalable Rest API Local Storage External Data Files Data Importer Active Directory Trusted 3 rd Party Windows Azure Fabric Web Role Worker Role VM Role TM
© Sogeti Relational Database Azure Storage Windows Azure Azure Storage Trusted Domains, Connectivity, Caching User Authentication Link Boundaries: Firewall, NAT, Dynamic IPs Session state control in cache Local Storage External Data Files Data Importer Active Directory Trusted 3 rd Party Windows Azure Fabric Web Role Worker Role VM Role TM
© Sogeti Relational Database Azure Storage Windows Azure Azure Storage Azure AppFabric Service Bus Service Relay Event Notification Message Buffers Protocol Tunneling Access Control Service Claims based Identity provider integration ADFS integration Caching Service Available later Distributed, In-memory cache Cloud service Local Storage External Data Files Data Importer Windows Azure Fabric Web Role Worker Role VM Role TM
© Sogeti Relational Database Azure Storage Windows Azure Azure Storage Azure AppFabric Relational DBMS SQL Server as DaaS Vertical Scaling Self Managed backup/recovery No Installation, Setup, Patching Leverage existing DBMS skills Local Storage External Data Files Data Importer Windows Azure Fabric Web Role Worker Role VM Role TM
© Sogeti Azure Storage Windows Azure Azure Storage Azure AppFabric SQL Azure SQL Server in the cloud (DaaS) Supports T-SQL for DDL and DML Distributed across many nodes Automatic Failover Guaranteed uptime 99.9% SSIS compatible Integrated services Local Storage External Data Files Data Importer Windows Azure Fabric Web Role Worker Role VM Role TM
© Sogeti Azure Storage Windows Azure Azure Storage Azure AppFabric SQL Azure External Services, Building Blocks and Datasets Contain more info than needed Require ETL/Conversion Must be stored/updated Complex licensing Difficult to locate or access Local Storage External Data Files Data Importer Windows Azure Fabric Web Role Worker Role VM Role TM
© Sogeti Azure Storage Local Storage Windows Azure Azure Storage Azure AppFabric SQL Azure Azure Marketplace Online marketplace – share, buy, and sell DataMarket Data, Imagery, Real-Time WS Commercial and Public data providers OData API AppMarket Building block components Training, Finished Apps/Services Windows Azure Fabric Web Role Worker Role VM Role TM
© Sogeti 2010 – Windows Azure’s First Year 19 v1.1 Billing Starts February v1.2 June Azure Appliance announced July v1.3 VM Role (CTP) X-Small Instance Size Multiple Web sites per role SQL Azure Enhancements Reporting Services (CTP) Data Sync (CTP) Federations Announced Azure AppFabric v2 New online management portals November
© Sogeti Windows Azure v1.3 X-Small Instances Multiple Web sites per role VM Role (CTP) – Server 2008 R2 based – Stateless – Build on-premises, deploy to cloud Azure Connect (CTP) 20
© Sogeti SQL Azure (CTP features) Maximum size raised to 50gb Reporting Services Data Sync SQL Azure Federations 21
© Sogeti Azure AppFabric v2 (CTP Features) Updated Relay Service Caching Service (Velocity) ACS v2 Application Manager 22
© Sogeti 2011 – Maturing the Vision 23 v1.4 Caching Service (RTW) ACS v2 (RTW) March Windows Azure Traffic Manager (CTP) April AppFabric Queues/Topics (CTP) SQL Azure Federations (CTP) Scott Guthrie joins team May
© Sogeti Azure AppFabric 24 Topics and Queues – Subscriptions w/ Rules – Sessions ACS v2 – Social Providers – B2B integration Caching Service
© Sogeti 2011 – Maturing the Vision (cont.) 25 Application Manger CTP Free ingress (in bound) bandwidth June/July Caching Service – Billable Fujitsu launches support for Windows Azure (via Appliance) Azure Storage “stealth enhancements” August v1.5 AppFabric v2 (RTW) Azure Storage Geo-replication September
© Sogeti 2011 – The “Gu” Affect SDK released Support for earlier storage enhancements Streamlined publishing experience In-place upgrades (requires 1.5 SDK or higher) Changing endpoints Change VM size Add/Remove roles MSBuid command line support Multiple Config profiles Hosted services/storage creation from visual studio Enhanced Developer Experience
© Sogeti 2011 – Year end push 27 Open sourcing of Azure SDK’s via GitHub Revamped web site – Dev Portals 25% reduction in outbound bandwidth pricing Revised Pricing for Service Bus $0.10 per 100 relay hours $0.01 per 10k messages Node.js support Learn Windows Azure Maximum size increased to 150gb SQL Federations “go live” Reduced throttling behaviors Tiered Pricing 67% price reduction on largest sizes Point in Time Restore (preview) SQL Azure Improvements
© Sogeti 2011 – Year end push (cont.) 28 Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) AppFabric new features Free until March 2012 V1 to be deprecated Dec 20, 2012 Migration Tool released ACS v2 - Live Preview made available Apache Hadoop for Windows Azure
© Sogeti 2011 Retrospective 29 Maturing the Vision – Added in items that removed shortly before initial RTW – Building up the services available – Enhance the Developer Experience Aimed at SMB and ISV’s – Get early adopters on board quickly – Smaller, simple solutions – Strategic projects
© Sogeti 2012 – First Quarter 30 SQL Azure Import Export Service RTW January Windows Azure Marketplace Enhanced “leap year” service disruption “Azure AppFabric” starts disappearing February Windows Azure Endpoint Protection (preview) SQL Azure move between subscriptions Price Reductions Storage reduced by 12 to 14% SQL Azure pricing 100mb for $5 March
© Sogeti 2012 – Second Quarter 31 Windows Azure Media Services (Preview) Windows Azure Trust Center 2 new North American Datacenters West US – Bay area East US – Boydton, Virginia April Revised “Windows Azure” Branding May Meet Windows Azure – June 7th June
© Sogeti Day of Azure – Oct/Nov Multiple Speakers Multiple Tracks Levels $25-35 per attendee
© Sogeti Contact Info Web: brentdacodemonkey.wordpress.com/rentdacodemonkey.wordpress.com/ blogs.us.sogeti.com/ccdigest/ Microsoft MVP for the Windows Azure Platform
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