2Windows Azure Angebote für SMB Kunden Management PortalSMB Kunden können PaaS und IaaS Workloads selbst erstellenWeb sitesWeb Platform application Services (PaaS)Virtual machinesInfrastructure Services (IaaS)Service busReliable messagingVirtual NetworksVirtual NetworkingDatabaseSQL Server and MySQL databaseSpeaker Notes:Briefly discuss the Azure layers and call out that Azure is primarily a public PaaS solution, but also supports IaaS through Azure VM’s (which run on Windows Server 2012 and Hyper-V). So compatibility and easy migration should now hinder deployment of Azure workloads.Customer PortalThe first component we’ll talk about here is the customer or ‘management’ portal. In Windows Azure this is also known as the “Developer Portal” and it’s the familiar, self service interface that every subscriber uses to provision and manage services such as web sites and virtual machines.Service Management APIUnderlying the customer (and admin) portal is an Odata Rest API known as the Service Management API. This provides access to the underlying services and enables automation and replacement of the supplied management portal, opening up the possibility of integrating with existing portals or technology from partners such as Parallels. The API also enables integration of additional services modules and other solutions such as customer billing. The service management API is an extensible REST-based API that will enable enterprises and service providers to integrate their existing systems and tools (e.g. customer portals at service provider) with these new services. Key to enabling enterprise adoption is portal/ API integration with Active Directory..Web Sites ServiceThe Web sites service provides a high-density multi-tenant web hosting service, one of the most fundamental services any service provider needs to provide and at the lowest cost possible. A broad range of programming languages and template web applications is also supported as well as integration with developer tools and popular source control repositories. Web Sites enables a high density, secure web hosting offerings for service providers and enterprise IT.Virtual Machines ServiceThe Virtual Machines Service enables self-service provisioning of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (also known as IaaS) capabilities enabling a high quality self-service experience to provision and manage VMs. This is equivalent to renting a virtual server on which the tenant can install their own operating system and administer the server themselves. This includes a standardized VM gallery for consistent workload deployment and hosting – We will be delivering a consistent gallery of VM templates - single VM and multi-VM tiers - for Windows Server and Windows Azure environments. The goal here is to enable uniform IaaS services across these contexts, including consistent VM lifecycle management from a provisioning and operations standpoint.Service Bus ServiceThe Service Bus service is a technology to enable messages to be passed between applications where a synchronous hand-off is not possible but the sender needs assurance that the message will reach the recipient eventually. Applications may be within the same cloud, across clouds, clouds and devices or many other supported scenarios. The service bus service supports a 1-to-1 queue and a publish-subscribe many to many topic based service.Virtual NetworksVirtual networks enable the creation of tenant specific IP-address schemes independent of the actual IP infrastructure on which it depends. This means that tenant VMs can be migrated to the cloud without the need to reconfigure IP address schemes or the risk of colliding with other tenants’ IP addresses and security concerns therein.DatabaseThe Windows Azure Pack also supports SQL and MySQL servers in a Database-as-a-Service model for tenants. This capability is available to web applications in the Web Sites service or more generally to applications.
3Erweitern Sie Ihren Serverraum durch Azure SMB InhaberKunden-PortalSpeaker Notes:The next two slides are about using Windows Azure to run virtualized workloads. It’s important to treat the next two slides as an optional solution that works in tandem with running on-premises VMs with Hyper-V.Discuss how it may be a simpler solution to mover certain workloads to Azure versus run them on-premise. Cover the basic architecture of Azure and explain that services can be self-provisioned and managed by the customer. This includes just-in-time provisioning and de-provisioning to reduce operational costs of running the services on-premise full time.We’re going to take a look at how enterprises and service providers can offer a consistent experience in this section—but I want to start with how Windows Azure works.Windows Azure subscribers--let’s call them customers—access the public cloud through a website, known as the management or customer portal. Basically, this portal is the gateway to a wide range of IT services that are delivered on top of the compute, storage, and network resources found in Microsoft datacenters around the world.Now, at each of these datacenters, there are Microsoft IT administrators that manage resources, allocate those resources to the various services being provided, and manage customer subscriptions. In addition, they bill customers for the services consumed.For the customer, everything is taken care of, so they get the services they need almost instantly. For instance, a developer could provision a test environment in minutes—a far shorter time than many face in their enterprise environments.When creating an Azure VM, you can select images from the gallery, including WS2012R2, WS2012, and WS2008R2. You can even select an image of WS2012R2 with the Windows Server Essentials Experience role pre-installed, which is a great way to quickly provide a cloud-based server for small business customers.IT AdminCompute, Storage, NetworkWindows Azure
4Windows Server Hyper-V VHD Bestehende Apps umziehenSQL Server in einer Windows Azure VMOption 1Hardware- und Instandhaltungs- kosten reduzieren oder eliminierenOption 2VHDDatabaseDatenbank-Portabilität zwischen on-premises und cloud durch kompatible Virtualisierung erhatenVirtual MachineWindows Server Hyper-V VHDP2VV2VSpeaker Notes:Here you want to introduce the idea of cloud-based VMs using a SQL Server VM as an example. Running VMs in Azure offer the following benefits:On-demand IaaS for any VM workloadCost Effective Provisioning – no need to by new hardwareFamiliar Hyper-V VHD format for easy deployment99.95 % up timeNo need for remote access solutionsMore on Windows Azure VMsMany applications are good candidates for moving to the cloud for the benefits of reduced hardware costs and maintenance. In this case, moving your existing database to a Windows Azure VM offers a simple way to get the benefits of the cloud without having to make significant changes to your application.If the application is not yet virtualized you can use System Center 2012 to virtualize the application to Windows Server Hyper-V VHD format. Alternatively if your application is already virtualized on another virtualization technology, you can use System Center 2012 to convert the already virtualized application to Windows Server Hyper-V VHD format.Once the application is in the proper format you can either transfer just the database to the Windows Azure Virtual Machine or alternatively move the entire on-premise VHD to the Windows Azure VM.It’s a pretty simple process. No changes to the application are required, and you retain the full capabilities that you had with SQL Server on-premise. From now on, your infrastructure is fully managed, with a 99.95% SLA, and you have complete control over your VM to customize as needed for your application. On top of that, you can use the same familiar development tools you used to build the app, and System Center provides an easy, centralized way to manage and monitor your application in the cloud.Es werden keine neuen Applikationen benötigt – einfach virtualisieren und umziehennicht virtualisiertvirtualisiert
7Wie Windows Azure Backup arbeitet 1. Anmelden2. Installieren3. Registrieren und einstellenFrom the previous slide we’ve seen that Windows Azure Backup is suitable for a variety of organizations and workloads. Let’s look at how Windows Azure Backup works in more detail, starting with how to use Windows Azure Backup in a small business environment or branch office.As previously mentioned, if you have a small number of servers and you want to protect the data they hold using the built-in tools, the process to configure Windows Azure Backup is relatively simple.First, sign up for a Windows Azure account. This will provide you access to the Windows Azure Management Portal. From there, you can select the Recovery services option and add the Windows Azure Backup service to your account.The next step involves an exchange of data. We’ll cover the certificate part later on in the security section, but for now I want to call out installing the agent on the server or servers that you want to register to use the Windows Azure Backup service.As mentioned, the Windows Azure Backup agent integrates with the existing Windows Server backup tool, although you’re free to use that tool, Windows Server Essentials backup, or the agent itself. Any of these 3 can be used for backup . When you start the tool after the agent installation, you register this server using your certificate. Then you configure what data you want to back up and what schedule you want to use.That’s it. If you are using a schedule, the server will now back up your data to that schedule. You can monitor backups from the backup tool, to see when the backup ran, when the next one will run, and view any issues.If you need to recover data at any time, for example a server failure, or even an accidental deletion of a file or folder from a location being protected, you can use the backup tool to recover that data. Windows Azure Backup provides very granular recovery options, either to the original server or a different one.Recovering data to an alternative server is a good practice for testing recovery procedures.4. Verschlüsselte Daten sichernWindow Server 20125. Auf selbem oder anderem Server wiederherstellenKleines Unternehmen oder Niederlassung