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  1. BDM Presentation

  2. Challenges Facing Enterprise IT Provisioning, deploying and managing servers at scale • Enabling faster and more efficient development of applications with existing knowledge and toolsets • Reducing IT hardware and infrastructure costs

  3. Introducing Microsoft SQL Azure Database Relational Database as a services Self-managed Elastic Scale Developer Agility Easy provisioning and deployment Auto High availability and fault tolerant Self-managing and self-healing • Database as a utility with pay as you grow scaling • Rely on Business-ready SLAs • Enable multi-tenant solutions • Manage multiple servers Build cloud-based database solutions on a familiar relational model Build on existing developer skills and familiar Transact-SQL syntax Explore new data application patterns

  4. Extending SQL Server to the Cloud Data Sync Reporting Business Intelligence Database Symmetric Programming Model and tools • At PDC – core RDBMS capabilities with SQL Azure Database • Future Offerings • Additional data platform capabilities: Reporting, BI • New services: Data and Web Services

  5. Benefits of SQL Azure Database Differentiated value proposition – Database as a service Symmetry with Traditional RDBMS Differentiated value • Familiar T-SQL relational model • Support existing code libraries and protocols • Ecosystem of familiar development and management tools • No physical administration • Low-friction provisioning • Easy scale-out • Multi-tenant • Self-management • Automatic HA and DR

  6. Customer Scenarios Departmental Applications Web Applications • Departmental workgroup applications with low concurrency and cyclical usage patterns Small customers or start ups with Web applications of all scale that have simple RDBMS needs Data Hubs ISV LOB Applications Data hubs that consolidate multiple data sources and enable access from multiple locations and devices • Traditional ISVs extending offering or selling software hosted in the cloud

  7. Customers – Why should You care Self-Managed Database as a service • Reliability and auto High Availability • No hardware, physical DB, or file management required • Control over all data in one place (compliance, auditing) • Security Easy to Scale(and ease-of-use) • Scale-as-you-grow (or shrink, or change) – database as a service • Multitenant Developer Agility • Leverages and extends existing T-SQL skills and tooling • Familiar tools and skills; rich SQL ecosystem • Starts with compatibility for majority of departmental apps, grows over time

  8. Overview of capabilities

  9. Self-managed Easy, low-cost provisioning • Wizard-based provisioning • Simple database deployment • No physical administration Self-healing platform • Auto High Availability • Built-in fault-tolerant • Automated maintenance Familiar Tools and Interfaces • Manage multiple databases with the same tools you use today

  10. Elastic Scale Database as a service • Easy to Scale –out across multiple database. • Pay-as-you-grow databases • No hardware, physical DB or file management required Multi-tenant data hosting • Logical schema per tenant with isolated physical storage • Provision new tenants quickly and easily Business-Ready SLAs • Reliability • Security management across multiple databases

  11. Developer Agility – Symmetry with on-premises • Leverage familiar T-SQL based relational database model • Transact-SQL • ADO.NET • OLE DB, ODBC, and JDBC • LINQ • Entity Framework • ADO.NET Data Services • Integration with existing tools to ensure rapid development and symmetry with on-premises DB • Visual Studio • SQL Server Management Studio • Relational Database of choice for Windows Azure applications • SLQ Azure provides database service for applications built on Windows Azure

  12. Resources Microsoft site: http://www.microsoft.com/azure/default.mspx nal facing site, Azure platform product overview MSDN Developer site: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/sqlserver/dataservices/default.aspx Technical content & latest news of SQL Azure for msdn subscribers SQL Azure Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/SQL Azure/ Latest news and insight on SQL Azure, discussion, free trial Windows Azure platform Training kit: Windows Azure Platform Training Kit Technical content: hands-on labs, presentations, and demos to download