Windows AzureVirtual Machines Rachel yehezkel Windows Azure Technical specialist
Agenda Demo – Create VM in the cloud Virtual machines Networking and Hybrid solutions Better together with system center
IT Continuum Evolution toward highly-virtual and beyond to cloud PaaS SaaS Physical Virtual / Private IaaS
Cloud Services • On Premises • Infrastructure • (as a Service) • Platform • (as a Service) • Software • (as a Service) • You manage Applications Applications Applications Applications Data Data Data Data • You manage Runtime Runtime Runtime Runtime • Managed by Microsoft Middleware Middleware Middleware Middleware • You manage • Managed by Microsoft O/S O/S O/S O/S • Managed by Microsoft Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization Servers Servers Servers Servers Storage Storage Storage Storage Networking Networking Networking Networking Windows Azure Virtual Machines Windows Server Hyper-V Office 365 Dynamics CRM Windows Server Windows Azure Cloud Services
Key Scenarios for usingIaaS VM Backup to the cloud for Disaster Recovery Hybrid Extended Enterprise High Availability Migrating existing applications Develop and Test
Windows Azure Virtual Machines Windows Azure Virtual Machines allow you to easily move your applications and infrastructure back and forth from on-premises to the cloud without requiring any changes to the existing code.
Persistent VM • Storage VHD
Run Popular Microsoft Server Applications Standalone or connect to AD on-premises through a virtual private network. Standalone or connect to on-premises applications. Database mirroring for high availability. Standalone or connect to on-premises applications through a virtual private network. Supported Versions: SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 R2, & SQL Server 2012 Supported Versions: Windows Server 2008 R2 & Windows Server 2012 Supported Version: SharePoint 2010
Supported Operating Systems • Supported: • Community & commercial distributions including • Library Images: • SUSELinux* • CentOS* • Ubuntu* • Supported: • Windows Server 2008 R2 • 64-bit • Library Images: • Windows Server 2008 R2 • Windows Server 2012 • Windows Server 2008 R2 with SQL Server 2008 or 2012 (Available at GA) Linux *Linux images to be finalized by launch date. Agreements not yet completed.
How it WorksSelect from Image Gallery Create new VM from image gallery Log in to Windows Azure Management Portal The image is copied to your blob storage account Virtual Machine booted. Changes copied to blob storage
How it WorksBring your own VHD Create your own VHD Upload image to blob storage Create a disk using the uploaded image in the Windows Azure Management Portal Virtual Machine booted. Changes copied to blob storage
Different scenarios require different levels of cross-premise connectivity How do you connect your on-premise machines to the Cloud?
Cross-Premise Connectivity ENTERPRISE CLOUD Data Synchronization SQL Data Sync Application-Layer Connectivity & Messaging Service Bus Secure Machine-to-Machine Network ConnectivityWindows Azure Connect Secure Site-to-Site Network Connectivity Windows Azure Virtual Network Windows Azure Networking
Windows Azure Connect Windows Azure Roles End-to-End Security IPsec protected connections Machine-to-Machine connection Easy agent-based installation Management through Windows Azure Portal Rapid provisioning & reconfiguration Set up a connection within minutes Easily reconfigure connections as needed On premise machines
Windows Azure Virtual Network Windows Azure subnets Build virtual networks that scale Secure site-to-site connectivity Protected private virtual networks in the cloud Complete control over network configuration Define your own IP addresses Be compliant with corporate IT security policy Complex hybrid scenarios Non-Windows machine Hybrid applications On-premise subnets
Virtual Machine Names and DNS Full control over machine names Windows Azure provided DNS Resolves VMs by name within the same cloud service Machine names are modeled explicitly and registered in the DNS service Bring your own DNS server Use your on-premise DNS servers Deploy a DNS server in Windows Azure Use public DNS services
App Controller & Windows Azure VM Add a virtual machine to a deployed service Managing Windows Azure Subscriptions Start, stop, and connect to virtual machines Upload a virtual hard disk or image to Windows Azure from a VMM Migrate a virtual machine from VMM to Windows Azure Deploy a virtual machine in Windows Azure to create hosted service
Popcorn Challenge How many Data Centers exist in Windows Azure and Where?
Windows Azure Global Presence North America Region Europe Region Asia Pacific Region West – U.S. Sub-Region East – U.S. Sub-Region N. Europe Sub-Region W. Europe Sub-Region N. Central – U.S. Sub-Region E. AsiaSub-Region S. Central – U.S. Sub-Region S.E. Asia Sub-Region Major datacenter CDN node
summary Move VMs back and forth from on-premises to the cloud Complex hybrid solutions Run poplar Microsoft server applications
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