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Microsoft Azure

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Microsoft Azure

  1. 1. MICROSOFT AZURE
  2. 2. CREATED BY : SOUMYA DE @PMP CERTIFIED DESIGNATION : SAP TECH LEAD
  3. 3. 3 Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed data centers. Microsoft Azure supports many different programming languages, tools and frameworks, including both Microsoft-specific and third-party software and systems. What is Azure?
  4. 4. 4 Azure Service Model
  5. 5. 5 Infrastructure as a service(IaaS) With the IaaS model, you can outsource the elements of infrastructure like Virtualization, Storage, Networking, Load Balancers and so on, to Microsoft To deploy your applications to the Cloud, you have to install OS images and related application software on the cloud infrastructure. In this model, it's your responsibility to patch/update/maintain the OS and any application software you install. Microsoft will typically bill you on computing power by the hour and the amount of resources allocated and consumed. One of the biggest benefits of IaaS is that it provides granular control, where you can choose the core components for your infrastructure. By pooling your computing and storage resources you can scale with ease and speed to meet the infrastructure needs of your entire organization or individual departments, globally or locally.
  6. 6. 6 Platform as a Service (PaaS) With the PaaS model, you get a core hosting operating system and optional building block services that allow you to run your own applications or third- party applications. You need not be concerned about lower level elements of Infrastructure, Network Topology, Security and Load Balancers, all this is done for you by Microsoft. Microsoft provide a fully functional OS with major platform software. Microsoft Windows Azure as PaaS can be used as a development, service hosting and service management environment. SQL Azure can provide data services, including a relational database, reporting and data synchronization. Both Windows Azure and SQL Azure are the key components of the Azure Cloud Platform. One of the key benefits of PaaS is that you need not be concerned about the running OS or updates (service packs) and hardware upgrades. The Provider regularly patches your OS, updates platform features (such as the core .NET platform or SQL database engine) and updates hardware on demand to meet your demand.
  7. 7. 7 Software as a Service (SaaS) With the SaaS model, you consume as a service only the Applications that you need for your business. These applications run on the provider’s cloud infrastructure, making them accessible from various devices like browser or mobile. The SaaS provider manages everything -- that includes Infrastructure, Load balancers and firewalls, Operating Systems and runtime environments like .NET and Java, the line of business applications and services such as email or a CRM. The key benefit of SaaS is that it requires no upfront investment in servers or software licensing. For the application developer, there is only one application to maintain for multiple clients. Microsoft Office 365 is a SaaS that provides these types of services, which include SharePoint Online, Exchange Online, Lync Online and Office Professional Plus.
  8. 8. 8 Different Layers
  9. 9. 9 Azure regions
  10. 10. 10 Azure Platforms
  11. 11. 11 Setting up Subscription
  12. 12. 12 Getting Started with the Azure Portal
  13. 13. 13 Creating Your First Virtual Machine
  14. 14. 14 Creating an App Service
  15. 15. 15 Monitoring & Scaling Web Applications and APIs
  16. 16. 16 Using Cloud Databases
  17. 17. 17 Cloud STORAGE
  18. 18. 18 Azure Functions
  19. 19. 19 Cost Management Discount Get an EA Agreement for maximum Azure discounts. EA agreements require selecting an annual monetary commitment and that locks in a discount rate. You are then billed quarterly for any overages beyond your annual commit. Switch Azure regions for better azure pricing Azure pricing varies from one region to another, even in the US. Double check the pricing in various regions to see if you can save a little. Review pricing and identify equivalents Azure’s services change rapidly and so does its pricing. What is interesting is that in a bid to push customers to newer types of infrastructure (and off older types), Azure will often charge less for the newer and better variants of their services.
  20. 20. 20 Cost Management Management of resources Delete what you don’t use Since it is rather easy to set up services and resources you easily end up with many of them while not deleting what you are not using anymore. Deallocate when not in use Simply turning of a VM isn’t enough if cost saving is what you are going for. Turn of what doesn’t need to be on. Make sure you deallocate, not just stop from the VM. This can also be scheduled if you know your usage pattern. Pick the right type and size of Virtual Machines. If you are using Azure for hosting Virtual Machines, make sure you pick the correct type of instance. There are literally dozens of different types and sizes. Make sure you select the right type based on if you need more memory, CPU, faster disk, etc. Use Azure DevTest Labs Azure DevTest Labs is awesome for creating servers that you need occasionally or just certain hours of the day. DevTest Labs can automatically turn them on and shut them down on a schedule. This helps a lot with solving the issue of your QA team forgetting to shut down servers before they leave for the day or weekend.
  21. 21. 21 Cost Management Reporting and Monitoring Use subscriptions to define cost areas For example, one for Dev, QA, Prod etc. Azure gives a lot of details in terms of cost which gives in turn gives you a lot of control. This also helps with setting prices for customers, and you could define price tracks this way. Monitor costs with a dashboard The dashboards on Azure are very handy and a clever way to use them is to create a cost dashboard where you can pin information about your spending. If you have divided the resources by subscriptions that define cost areas then you can also easily compare and detect deviations by a quick glance. Set up billing alerts Set up billing alerts to get emails when your usage costs exceed an amount that you specify. If you have monthly credits, set up alerts for when you use up a specified amount. Add tags to your resources to group your billing data You can use tags to group billing data for supported services. For example, if you run several VMs for different teams, then you can use tags to categorize costs by cost center (HR, marketing, finance) or environment (production, pre-production, test).
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