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<ul><li> 1. Security, Administration, and Architecture from the Ground to the Cloud </li> <li> 2. About Me Rick Taylor, MCSE, MCT Senior Technical Architect for Perficient based in Arizona Richard.Taylor@Perficient.com Former SharePoint Engineer with Microsoft Business Productivity Online Services (SharePoint Online) Contributing author on MS Press MOSS 2007 Administrators Companion </li> <li> 3. Agenda Cloud Computing What is the Cloud? Platform As A Service (PAAS) Overview of Windows Azure Software As A Service (SAAS) Overview of BPOS Infrastructure As A Service (IAAS) Overview of Amazon Web Services Security and Architecture Best Practices Administration And Live Demo </li> <li> 4. Acknowledgements Eugenio Pace and Gianpaolo Carraro http://msdn.microsoft.com/en- us/library/dd129910.aspx </li> <li> 5. Its Big. The Next Big Thing </li> <li> 6. Its Serious. Big Players, Major Investments. </li> <li> 7. According to IDC, the Cloud computing market is exploding with much of the growth coming at the infrastructure level </li> <li> 8. What is the Cloud? Cloud Computing refers to both the applications delivered as services over the Internet and the hardware and systems software in the datacenters that provide those services. When a Cloud is made available in a pay-as-you-go manner to the public, we call it a Public Cloud; the service being sold is Utility Computing. Current examples of public Utility Computing include Amazon Web Services, Google, App Engine, and Microsoft Azure. The term Private Cloud refers to internal datacenters of a business or other organization that are not made available to the public. Thus, Cloud Computing is the sum of SaaS and Utility Computing, but does not normally include Private Clouds. </li> <li> 9. Cloud models There are three major cloud models SAAS - Software As A Service SalesForce, Microsoft BPOS PAAS - Platform As A Service MS Windows Azure IAAS - Infrastructure As A Service - AWS, Rackspace The service being sold is Utility Computing Utility Computing: pay-as-you-go computing Infinite resources No up-front cost Fine-grained billing (For PAAS and IAAS e.g. hourly) </li> <li> 10. Benefits of the Cloud? Pay by use instead of provisioning for peak No Risk of over-provisioning and underutilization Experiencing Heavy penalty for under-provisioning </li> <li> 11. Pay by use instead of provisioning for peak Economics of Cloud 1 Capacity Resources Resources Demand Capacity Demand Time Time Static data center Data center in the cloud Unused resources </li> <li> 12. Economics of Cloud 2 Unused resources Capacity Resources Risk of over-provisioning: underutilization Demand Time Static data center </li> <li> 13. Heavy penalty for under-provisioning Economics of Cloud Resources Capacity 3 Resources Demand Capacity 1 2 3 Time (days) Demand 1 2 3 Resources Time (days) Capacity Demand 1 2 3 Time (days) Lost users </li> <li> 14. Economics of Cloud - continued Leverages LOtSS Is not for all businesses Not a Silver Bullet Is more than Off premises </li> <li> 15. Economies of Scale BENEFITS BENEFITS CONTROL CHEAP DISADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES EXPENSIVE LOSS OF MAINTENANCE CONTROL SLOW </li> <li> 16. Cloud Point 1: The Cloud is a specialized system with fewer degrees of freedom than On Premise, but offers very high economy of scale </li> <li> 17. Economies of Scale part 2 </li> <li> 18. Cloud Point 2: By adopting a hybrid strategy, it is possible to tap into economy of scale where possible while maintaining flexibility and agility where necessary </li> <li> 19. Transloading Costs </li> <li> 20. Cloud Point 3: Lowering transloading cost in the context of software architecture: localized optimization through selective specialization (LOtSS) </li> <li> 21. Introduction to LOtSS Optimization through specialization Hybrid strategy maximizing economy of scale whee possible while maintaining flexibility and agility where necessary Lowering transloading cost in the context of software architecture: localized optimization through selective specialization (LOtSS) </li> <li> 22. Scenario: BIG PHARMA Clinical Trials and Molecular Research = Bread- n-Butter Biggest Problems 80% of IT budget belongs to CRM and email ERP system is highly customized cannot utilize Cloud infrastructure efficiently </li> <li> 23. Cloud Point 4: Optimization can happen at different levels. Selectively outsourcing capabilities to highly specialized vendors or pieces of an application can assist in lowering TCO </li> <li> 24. Platform As A Service (PAAS) </li> <li> 25. Windows Azure Hosted Platform that provides: Operating System Developer Services Compute Power (procs) Storage Cloud Applications Windows Live CRM Online Services SharePoint Exchange </li> <li> 26. Software As A Service (SAAS) </li> <li> 27. SharePoint Online Standard Dedicated Self-service SharePoint site creation with online discussion areas, shared document and meeting Use of https helps keep internet access secure. workspaces, document libraries with version control, Forefront anti-virus scanning. and surveys. Shared document and meeting workspaces, Out-of-the-box content management features for document libraries with version control, seamless documents, records, and Web contents. integration with Microsoft Office. Ability to search SharePoint site content across the Standard Templates including Wikis, Blogs, and entire organization. Surveys. E-mail alerts when documents and information have Content management features for documents and been changed or added to a site. Web content. Secure Internet access using 128 bit SSL encryption Site search. and antivirus scanning. E-mail alerts when documents or other items have Directory trust with your Microsoft Active Directory, been changed or added to a site. providing pass-through authentication. Offline access to documents on the service from Scalable to thousands of sites within an organization, Outlook. allowing managers to delegate site creation to others. Native RSS feeds for SharePoint libraries and Self-service document restore and data recovery. lists. Dedicated servers, networks, and physical space in Microsoft data centers, providing you with logical and Sign-In tool providing single sign-on capability. physical security at 99.9% uptime. 99.9% scheduled uptime with financially backed Upgrades to the most current version of SharePoint, Service Level Agreements. included at no extra charge. Web form and phone based Tier-2 support for IT Administrators24/7 for general availability. </li> <li> 28. Standard In a nutshell RSS Content Syndication; Audience Targeting (by group only) Portal Site Manager; Site and Document Aggregation Office 2007 Integration; SharePoint Designer Standard Templates; Wikis; Blogs; Surveys; People and Groups Collaboration &amp; Social Computing Calendars; Tasks; Issue Tracking E-mail alerts/notifications; Document Collaboration Three-state Workflow; Document Info Panel &amp; Action Bar WYSIWYG Web Content Authoring; Content Publishing and Deployment Content Management Master Pages, Page Layouts, Navigation Controls Site Variations; Retention and Auditing Policies Search for documents and other SharePoint content Search Forms libraries; Custom non-code workflows Business Process Forms 20 Site collections 250 MB per user, aggregated across the organization Use of https helps keep internet access secure Virus filtering via Forefront Standard Parameters Business continuity and disaster recovery Single Sign-on capability via Sign-In Tool Web form and phone based Tier 2 Support for IT Admin; 24/7 for general availability User subscription fee </li> <li> 29. Standard In a nutshell cont....</li></ul>