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ES01. Developing And Deploying Your First Cloud Service. Steve Marx Windows Azure Microsoft Corporation. This talk is for developers. It’s about making things concrete. It’s about the present. It’s composed o f:. demo. 90% all at once. Overview. Developing an service

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developing and deploying your first cloud service

ES01

Developing And Deploying Your First Cloud Service

Steve Marx

Windows Azure

Microsoft Corporation

overview
Overview
  • Developing an service
  • Testing and debugging locally
  • Deploying to the cloud
  • Maintaining a running service
consistent familiar development
Consistent, Familiar Development
  • Visual Studio
    • Templates
    • Debugging
  • .NET platform
    • .NET, IIS7, WCF
  • “The cloud on your desktop”
    • Complete offline cloud simulation
    • Like Cassini (web development server)
so what
So What?

Default.aspx

we got scalability for free
We Got Scalability For Free!
  • Scalability
  • Availability
  • Zero-downtime upgrades
  • All with existing tools and skills

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horizontal scaling
Horizontal Scaling

What about state?

(e.g., shopping cart)

separating state
Separating State

Durable Store

durable storage
Durable Storage
  • Durable, scalable, available store
  • Simple abstractions
  • Simple interface
    • REST
    • ADO.NET Data Services

Blobs

Tables

Queues

simple storage
Simple Storage

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Storage(Blobs, Tables, Queues)

not just websites
Not Just Websites
  • Cloud services aren’t just websites
  • Many other types of work for the cloud
    • Bulk file conversion
    • Heavy analytics
    • Finding extraterrestrials
  • Even websites can offload async work
  • We need a more complex architecture
service architectures web r ole
Service ArchitecturesWeb role

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Worker.cs

Storage

service architectures worker role
Service ArchitecturesWorker role

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Worker.cs

Storage

service architectures web and worker roles
Service ArchitecturesWeb and worker roles

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Worker.cs

Storage

web role
Web Role

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Storage(Blobs, Tables, Queues)

web and worker roles
Web And Worker Roles

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Default.aspx

Worker.cs

Simple queue interface

Storage(Blobs, Tables, Queues)

debugging
Debugging
  • Remember, no surprises
  • Offline, just what you would expect
    • Set breakpoints
    • Step into code
    • Inspect variables
  • What about in the cloud?
logging
Logging
  • Debugging the cloud really means logging
  • Simple logging API today
  • More functionality over time
publishing your service to the cloud
Publishing Your Service To The Cloud
  • Write code on your laptop
  • Upload your package to the web portal
  • Push “deploy”
  • Monitor, upgrade, scale…
summary
Summary
  • Familiar development
  • Local debugging
  • Simple deployment
  • Automated management
what next
What Next?
  • Go to http://azure.com
  • Download the SDK, write some code
  • Go to these talks:
    • Storage (Brad Calder)
      • Tuesday at 1:45pm (502A)
    • Best Practices (Sriram Krishnan)
      • Wednesday at 3pm (here)
    • Programming Model (Daniel Wang)
      • Thursday at 12pm (here)
credits
Credits

Thanks for the photos!

Developer desk:http://www.flickr.com/photos/dunkv/97119622/

Concrete, WA:http://flickr.com/photos/karynsig/771785316/

evals recordings
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Please fill out your evaluation for this session at:

This session will be available as a recording at:

www.microsoftpdc.com

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