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Introduction to Azure IaaS

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An overview of Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

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Introduction to Azure IaaS

  1. 1. Introduction to Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) January 2018 @directorcia http://about.me/ciaops
  2. 2. 42 Azure regions achieving global scale West US 2 West US US Gov Arizona West Central US US Gov Texas East US Brazil South US DoD East Canada Central Central US North Central US UK South North Europe UK West France Central France South Germany Central Germany Northeast South Africa West South Africa North Australia Central 1 Australia Southeast Southeast Asia South India West India Central India East Asia Korea South Japan West Japan East China North Korea Central East US 2 US Gov Virginia West Europe US Gov Lowa China East Australia East Australia Central 2 NEWLY ANNOUNCED: France: France Central and France South Africa: South Africa North and South Africa West Australia: Central 1, Central 2
  3. 3. Core Services of Azure IaaS Compute Virtual machines Availability sets VM scale sets Storage Disks Blob storage Files Networking Virtual networks VPN, ExpressRoute Load Balancer DNS, Traffic Manager Security & Management Log analytics Backup Site Recovery Security Center
  4. 4. Azure On Prem VMs Backup SQL VPN Office 365
  5. 5. Stage 1 – Connect to Office 365 and Azure •Create an Office 365 tenant •Add a paid Azure subscription to that tenant •Create a site to site VPN to Azure •Add an Azure VM as a member server in domain •Install Azure AD Connect on member server
  6. 6. Set up Azure Virtual Network
  7. 7. Steps •Create a new Azure Resource Group •Create a new Azure Virtual Network •Change Azure Virtual Network DNS •Create SERVER VM in Azure Virtual network
  8. 8. Azure 10.2.0.0/16 10.2.0.0/2410.2.200.0/29 Gateway Subnet On Prem
  9. 9. Azure ServerA VPN Subnet On Prem NewDC Sync Gateway
  10. 10. Select a Virtual Machine
  11. 11. A Series - Basic An economical option for development workloads, test servers, and other applications that don't require load balancing, auto-scaling, or memory-intensive virtual machines A Series – Standard Offers the most flexibility. Supports all virtual machine configurations and features including load balancing and auto-scaling
  12. 12. D Series Feature SSDs and 60% faster processors than the A-series. Ideal for apps that need faster CPUs, better disk performance, or higher RAM
  13. 13. DV2 Series Optimized Compute: 35% faster than D series, latest generation of CPU
  14. 14. F-Series • 2GB RAM and 16 GB of local solid state drive (SSD) per CPU core. • Optimized for compute intensive workloads. • Suitable for scenarios like batch processing, web servers, analytics and gaming.
  15. 15. G Series Featuring the latest Intel Xeon processors, twice the memory and four times the Solid State Storage of the Dv2 builds which makes this tier the ideal choice for your most demanding applications.
  16. 16. H Series Specifically designed to handle high performance computing workloads such as financial risk modeling, seismic and reservoir simulation, molecular modeling and genomic research.
  17. 17. N Series N-Series instances are enabled with NVIDIA’s cutting edge GPUs to allow you to run GPU- accelerated workloads and visualize them.
  18. 18. Azure Premium Storage Comes with specially designed virtual machines that use new caching technologies to provide extremely low latency read operations to further enhance performance. For time-critical applications, you can attach multiple persistent disks to deliver up to 64TB of storage and more than 80,000 I/O operations per second
  19. 19. Azure Virtual Networking
  20. 20. IPv4 and IPv6 Support Support for multiple network interfaces for routing and firewalls Private and/or Public IP addresses (static or dynamic) Network Security Groups for traffic isolation Automatic assignment of DNS servers from virtual network or from Azure DNS Accelerated Networking MAC Persistence
  21. 21. Load Balancer Application Gateway with WAF Traffic Manager 3rd Party Solutions from Marketplace
  22. 22. Secure site-to-site VPN connectivity • Connect to Azure compute from on-premises or another Azure region Secure point-to-site connectivity • POC Efforts • Small scale deployments • Connect from anywhere ExpressRoute private connectivity • Private connectivity from your on-premises data center to Azure virtual networks and PaaS Services VNet Peering within region • In-region VNet-to-VNet connectivity • Direct VM-to-VM connectivity • Peer VNets for routing and transit
  23. 23. Configure VM on virtual network
  24. 24. Azure Storage
  25. 25. Queues Reliable queues at scale for cloud services
  26. 26. Block 1 Block 4Block 3Block 2 Image.jpg Sparse File 512 byte aligned 512 1024 1536 2048 2560 App and Web scale data Backups and Archive Big Data from IoT, Genomics, etc Append Blobs Multi-writer append only scenarios Block Blobs Most object storage scenarios Page Blobs Page aligned random reads &writes Block 1 Block 3Block 2 Writer 1 Writer 2 Writer 3 Store and serve
  27. 27. Block 1 Block 4Block 3Block 2 Image.jpg Sparse File 512 byte aligned 512 1024 1536 2048 2560
  28. 28. Blob REST API
  29. 29. GRS 6 replicas, 2 regions (3/region) Protects against major regional disasters Asynchronous to secondary
  30. 30. NEW - Read / write resilience against single cluster / DC unavailability Support for Blob, Table, File, Queue Storage Public Preview in Q4 CY 2017 in multiple regions. GA in H1 CY 2018REGION ZONE 2 ZONE 3ZONE 1 DC4 DC1 DC5 DC2 DC6 DC3 REPLICA 2 REPLICA 1 REPLICA 3 REQUEST Synchronous data replication across Azure Availability Zones within region LRS Resilient to disk/node/rack failures ZRS Resilient to single cluster / datacenter outage GRS Resilient to regional outage RA-GRS Resilient to regional outage Read access to second region
  31. 31. Hardware Datacenter Region
  32. 32. VM storage
  33. 33. Resource Group Resource Group Premium Storage Account
  34. 34. < 1ms latency for cached operations Blob Cache technology Up to 160,000 IOPS Industry leading ZERO % Annual Failure Rate Enterprise grade durability with 3 replicas Best in class High I/O performance VMs 80,000 IOPS & 2,000 MB/s Disk throughput per VM Easy migration from other platforms REST API support Rich partner ecosystem
  35. 35. New New
  36. 36. New
  37. 37. New -
  38. 38. New -
  39. 39. New - Archive Storage New Storage Tier – Archive Storage Cold storage for long term data Offline data - Retrieval latency is hours Consistent API Among Storage Tiers Access through Blob REST API Metadata for archive tier is always online Blob REST API
  40. 40. New - Blob Level Tiering Introducing Blob-Level Tiering Individual blobs can move between tiers All tiers co-exist in the same storage account New API to set blob tier: SetBlobTier Acknowledged immediately from service Get APIs (GetBlobProperties and ListBlobs) return current tier and archive status New headers "x-ms-access-tier” and “x-ms-archive- status” Future: Automated Lifecycle Management Blob REST API
  41. 41. Tiered Storage
  42. 42. Tiered Storage
  43. 43. Tiered Storage
  44. 44. Azure Management and Security
  45. 45. Azure Security Center Prevent, detect, and respond to threats with increased visibility Azure Log Analytics Collect, search, and visualize machine data from on-premises and cloud Azure Resource Manager Organize, deploy and control resources in Azure Azure Active Directory Cloud based directory and identity management Azure Key Vault Protect secrets such as passwords and keys securely Azure Advisor Optimize across four different areas: high availability, performance, security, and cost Azure Backup Protect your virtual machines, data, or enterprise workloads by securely backing it up to Azure Azure Site Recovery Orchestrated failovers/back to Azure, Azure to Azure or data center to data center – great for migration!

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