Cloud Computing Essentials for IT Pros

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com Page 5 .technetevents.Agenda • What and Why • Microsoft’s Vision Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation http://www.

com Page 6 . commodity HW. Large DCs. etc. thin clients PCs and servers for distributed compute. as you need.technetevents. scaleout. devices Economic Optimized for efficiency due to high cost Business High upfront costs for hardware and software Perpetual license for OS and application software Pay as you go. and only for what you use Optimized for agility due to low cost Better efficiency and agility (in orders of magnitude) Copyright© © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Copyright 2011 Microsoft http://www. storage.Generational Shift Technology Centralized compute & storage.

technetevents.Fifth Generation of Computing 2010+ Cloud 2000s SOA 1990s Web 1980s Client-Server 1970s Mainframe Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Page 7 .

technetevents. IT CAPA CITY Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation http://www.I think you have great talents and should look for other career opportunities to reach your full TIME Page 8 .

IT! IT CAPA CITY Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation TIME Page 9 . capacity on demand! Very well done.technetevents.Wow.

com Page 10 .Typical Workload Patterns are Optimal for Cloud On and Off Growing Fast Compute Inactivity Period Compute Average Usage Average Usage Time Time On and off workloads (e.g. batch job) Over provisioned capacity is wasted Time to market can be cumbersome Successful services needs to grow/scale Keeping up w/growth is big IT challenge Complex lead time for deployment Unpredictable Bursting Predictable Bursting Compute Average Usage Compute Average Usage Time Time Unexpected/unplanned peak in demand Sudden spike impacts performance Can’t over provision for extreme cases Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Services with micro seasonality trends Peaks due to periodic increased demand IT complexity and wasted capacity http://www.technetevents.

com Page 11 . What is a service? Capacity on demand? Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation http://www.Your business is a service.technetevents.

What is cloud computing? … the applications delivered as services over Internet and the hardware and systems software in datacenters that provide those services. Page 12 . on-demand access to applications Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation http://www.An approach to computing that’s about internet scale and connecting to a variety of devices and endpoints Computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as a service over the Internet/Intranet. Cloud Computing means using a remote data center to manage scalable. Computing Characteristics Ref: The NIST Definition of Cloud Computing http://csrc.doc On-demand selfservice Ubiquitous network access Location transparent resource pooling Rapid elasticity Measured service with pay per use Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Page 13 .

technetevents. Page 14 Doubling every 2 years ! Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation .The Future: Explosion of Data  Challenges • • • Explosion of data in all areas Anytime. anywhere. any device connectivity Discover. and analyze information in near real-time  Responses • • • • Massive build-out of data centers Innovations in technologies From infrastructure-focused to user-centric deployment New business models http://www.

Demo • Public Cloud – SkyDrive – Office Web apps Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation – PowerPoint Broadcasting Page 15 .technetevents.

Cloud Service Delivery Methods SaaS Consume PaaS Build IaaS Host Copyright© © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Copyright 2010 Microsoft Page 16 .

Separation of Responsibilities On-Premises Applications Data Runtime Yo u ma na ge Middleware O/S Virtualization Servers Storage Networking You manage Infrastructure as a Service You manage Applications Data Runtime Middleware O/S Virtualization Servers Storage Networking Others Manage as a Service Applications Data Runtime Middleware Others Manage O/S Virtualization Servers Storage Networking Platform as a Service Applications Data Runtime Others Manage Middleware O/S Virtualization Servers Storage Networking Software Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Page 17 .technetevents.

Video Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Case Study: Kelley Blue Book http://    Page 18 .

Cloud Continuum Private cloud inside your data center Public cloud by service providers Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Page 19 .

The story so far  The Page 20 . PaaS.. ubiquitous. location independent. SaaS) • Ultimately means IT transformation Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation http://www. • Is a service-based approach • Has specific characteristics (On-demand. measured) • Has various options for how it’s delivered (delivery methods) and how responsibilities are separated (IaaS. elastic.

technetevents. 80% of Fortune 1000 enterprises will be using some cloud computing  “By 2012.jsp?id=1278413 Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation http://www.” http://www. “The bottom line: Early adopters are finding serious Page 21 . 20% of businesses will own no IT assets.gartner.forrester. meaning that cloud computing is real and warrants your scrutiny as a new set of platforms for business applications.” http://www.

technetevents.Agenda • What and Why • Microsoft’s Vision Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Page 22 .

com Page 23 . for the cloud.” “… nearly 70% of employees are doing things that are entirely cloudbased or cloud-inspired… within a year from now.technetevents. that number will be 90%.” .Steve Ballmer . we’re all in. 2010 Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation http://www. March 9.“At Microsoft.

com Page 24 .Yesterday and Today (Do we know how to do “cloud”?) Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation http://www.technetevents.

Threat & Vulnerability Management Access Control & Monitoring. biometrics. Vulnerability Scanning Video Surveillance. Intrusion Detection. multi-dimensional approach to help safeguard services and data Security Management Data User Application Host Internal Network Network perimeter Facility Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Security Monitoring & Response. Training & Awareness. Vulnerability Scanning Edge Routers. Intrusion Detection.technetevents. Access Control http://www.Security Program A risk-based. Patch & Config Mgmt Dual-factor Authentication. Anti-Malware. Firewalls. Anti-Malware Access Control & Monitoring. Access Control & Monitoring. File/Data Integrity Account Management. Screening Secure Development Page 25 .

com MOBILE TV/HOME Page 26 .Microsoft Consumer SaaS Offerings 530 Million Active Windows Live IDs 368 Million People Using Hotmail Over 4 Billion WW Queries Each Month Over 459 Million Unique Users 2 Billion Unique Calls Per Year Over 303 Million Users Each Month Over 6 Million Songs in the Catalog 30 Million People On Xbox Live 14 Billion Ads Per Month CLOUD SERVICES Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation PC http://www.technetevents.

com Page 27 . and browser Best integration with servers and services Enterprise class software Delivered via subscription services Operated by Microsoft and sold with partners Copyright© © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Copyright 2011 Microsoft http://www.technetevents.Microsoft Business SaaS Offerings Best productivity experience in the cloud Spanning PC. phone.

Microsoft PaaS Offerings Windows Azure Platform • Compute • Storage • Fabric Controller • Extension of MS SQL Server • Relational DB in cloud  Middleware Service Bus Access Control   Copyright© © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Copyright 2011 Microsoft Page 28 .technetevents.

Microsoft Private Cloud Offerings Hyper-V Cloud Deployment Guide Fast Track Service providers • • • Integrated and extended security • Server consolidation Non-MS OS support • • Self-service portal Datacenter to cloud management Multi-platform support Page 29 Copyright© 2011 Microsoft Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation .technetevents.

All Within Your Reach Today Classic IT Outsource to the cloud Leverage the cloud Be a cloud On premises SaaS PaaS IaaS AppFabric Copyright© © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Copyright 2011 Microsoft Page 30 .technetevents.

Embracing Cloud Productivity with Microsoft Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation Page 31 .

http://microsoft. Copyright © 2011 Microsoft Corporation • Microsoft Windows Azure .com Page 32 .com/windowsazure • Microsoft Cloud Computing .com/cloud • Microsoft Private Cloud .http://microsoft.http://microsoft.Call to Action  Learn more at: • Microsoft Online Services .technetevents.

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