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  1. Windows Azure Pack What’s New in System Center 2012 R2 Jump Start • The Cloud OS Application Performance Monitoring Deep insight into application health Infrastructure Provisioning Enable enterprise-class multitenant infrastructure for hybrid environments Infrastructure Monitoring Comprehensive monitoring of physical, virtual & cloud infrastructure Windows Azure Pack Azure cloud services in your datacenter Automation and Self-Service Enable application owner agility with IT retaining control IT Service Management Flexible service delivery

  2. Meet Bradley Bartz • Microsoft Principal Program Manager Lead • Windows Azure Pack • Background • Microsoft

  3. Agenda: Windows Azure Pack • Introduction • Inside the Windows Azure Pack • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) • IaaS in System Center & the Service Management Portal • Virtual Machine Role • Next Steps to the Cloud OS

  4. Transforms the datacenter Enables modern apps ON-PREMISES Empowers people-centric IT Unlocks insights on any data 1 CONSISTENTPLATFORM MICROSOFT SERVICE PROVIDER Modern platform for the world’s apps

  5. Consistent experiences across the Cloud OS ON-PREMISES 1 CONSISTENTPLATFORM SERVICE BUS VIRTUAL MACHINES WEB SITES SERVICE MGMT PORTAL & API MICROSOFT SERVICE PROVIDER Reliable Messaging Standards Based Cross Cloud Fully self-service IaaS - Elastic Tiers Virtual Networks Window and Linux Gallery of apps Fully self-service Azure Consistent Federated Identities Active Directory Standards Based Device Friendly Web Application PaaS Highly Scalable Dev-ops optimized Integrated SCC Fully self-service

  6. Finished Services Service Management Portal Service Management API Controller (Web farm framework) Web Sites High density and scalable Easy deployment and administration Fully self-service Service Bus Reliable Messaging Standards based Fully self-service Service Provider Foundation API Virtual Machines Offer preconfigured workloads Windows and Linux Fully self-service Gateway Web Sites Virtual Machines Service Bus Message Broker Service • Web Farm • Front-end/Workers • (Application Request Routing/Dynamic Windows Process Activation Service ) System Center (Virtual Machine Manager Component) Windows Server Windows Server Windows Server

  7. Inside the Windows Azure Pack07 | Windows Azure Pack

  8. Cloud OS Consistent Experiences Windows Azure Customer Service Provider Web Sites Apps Database VMs Web Sites Apps Database VMs Service Plans Users Consumer Self-ServicePortal Self Service Portal Moves On-Premises Provider Portal Common Mgt. Experience Service Management API Service Management API Web Sites Worker Role Web Sites VMs SQL Caching SQL VMs Other Services CDN. Media,, etc. Service Bus Service Bus Future Services Subscriber Self-ServicePortal Cloud-Enabled Services Move On-Premises Workloads R2 w/ Service Provider Foundation R2 Consistent Dev. Experience

  9. Service Consumers Service Providers Offer and administer servicesthat are provided to customers Consume infrastructure and apps from service providers as “off the shelf” solutions self-service administration acquire capacity on demand empowered operations predictable costs get up & running quickly extreme focus on cost maximize per-customer profit hardware efficiency automate everything differentiate on SLAs

  10. Cloud Offerings for Service Consumers Service Bus Virtual Machines Web Sites

  11. Web Sites Build highly scalable web applications Iterate with integrated source control Manage your app with real-time telemetry Scale up with one click Support for .Net, Node.js, PHP, Python

  12. Service Bus Messaging service for cloud apps Guaranteed message delivery Publish-subscribe messaging patterns Standard protocols (REST, AMQP, WS*) Interoperability (.NET, Java/JMS, C/C++) Now integrated with management portal

  13. Virtual Machines Windows Azure-consistent IaaS - User Experience & API Virtual Machine Roles - Portable - Elastic - Gallery - Windows and Linux Support Virtual Networks - Site to Site connectivity - Tenant supplied IP addresses

  14. Additional Services Identity - Active Directory - ADFS Federation - Co-administrators Database Services - SQL Server - MySQL Custom services from provider Programmatic access to cloud services - Windows Azure Consistent REST APIs

  15. Deployment Architecture Windows Azure Pack Pre-requisites • Windows Server 2012 or higher • SQL 2012 SP1 or higher • Internet Information Services (IIS) • .NET 3.5 and 4.0 Internet Tenant Public API Tenant Portal Firewall SQL (for config data) Tenant API ADFS Admin Portal Admin API Resource Providers

  16. Enabling Service Providers Automation Usage & Reporting Administration

  17. Administration Offer Services to Tenants via Plans Provide Add-ons to subscriptions Manage subscriptions Administer Services Extend and customize

  18. Automation Optimize and extend services using runbooks Powershell workflows Web-based runbook authoring Manage runbooks and jobs Integrates with other systems including System Center

  19. Usage and Reporting • Continuous usage metering per tenant subscription • Per-subscription Billing APIs • IaaS Data Warehouse • Server Inventory Reports

  20. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)07 | Windows Azure Pack

  21. Customer Requests • Provide consistent user experiences • Enable templates to be deployed to any cloud • Support Scale-out applications • OS and Applications configuration • Provide a gallery of applications • Provide console access to remote VMs • Managing standalone VMs is not enough

  22. Strategy and Vision

  23. Consistent IaaS Platform

  24. IaaS in System Center & theService Management Portal07 | Windows Azure Pack

  25. IaaS Architecture Service Admin Portal Tenant Portal Service Management API Service Provider Foundation (Tenant, Admin, Usage) Virtual Machine Manager Orchestrator Operations Manager Windows Server Hyper-V

  26. Service Admin Gallery • Import and Manage Gallery Items • Resource Definition Package • Publish / Unpublish Gallery Items to Tenants • Immediate impact when unpublishing • Add Gallery Items to Plans • Scopes access based on plan and subscription • Gallery Item authorization from SPF • Resource extension from VMM

  27. Tenant Virtual Machine Features • Cloud OS Virtual Machine Role • Scale-out and Scale-In of a Virtual Machine Role • Update settings • Upgrade to new version • Change networks • Start/Stop/Shutdown VMs • Add/Remove Devices • Support for VM Templates • Active Directory Authentication • Co-admins can share subscription

  28. Tenant Networks • Tenants create their own networks • Site to Site VPN • Network Address Translation (NAT) • Configuration of topology and border gateway protocol (BGP) • Tenant IP addresses with network virtualization • Consistent user experience with Azure

  29. Enable Remote Console Access for Tenants • VMs can be: • On isolated network/no network • Windows/Linux/No OS • Requires • RDP client supporting Remote Desktop Protocol 8.1 • Windows Azure Pack • Service Management Portal • System Center 2012 R2 • Windows Server 2012 R2 • Hyper-V • Remote Desktop Gateway

  30. Remote Console Flow Verify user access Generate and sign tokens Generate RDP file and embed tokens Browser Windows Azure Pack Portal System Center 2012 R2 RDP File Tokens (Host, VM) RDP File Console Request Trust Trust Remote Desktop Client client supporting Remote Desktop Protocol 8.1 Windows Server 2012 R2 Remote Desktop Gateway Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V Validate token signature. Validate token timestamp. Authorize host & port only Validate token VMID. Authorize only specific VM.

  31. Virtual Machine Role07 | Windows Azure Pack

  32. Definitions

  33. Virtual Machine Role • Templates • Definition - RESDEF • Extension - RESEXT • UI Wizard • View - VIEWDEF • Configuration • ResConfig • Instances • Cloud Service • Virtual Machine Role • VM(s) Virtual Machine Role Resource Definition (RESDEF) VM Container Specification Extension (RESEXT) Application Configuration Application, Network, VM Settings UI Wizard (VIEWDEF) Cloud Service 1 Virtual Machine Role 1 VM1.1 VM1.2

  34. Cloud Service Model: Virtual Machine Role

  35. Application Extension (RESEXT) • Identifers • Name, Publisher, Version • Parameters – “IISPort” • OS Image Requirements • Tags - “Windows Server 2012”, “Datacenter” • Operating System Roles / Features • Web-Server, Web-WebServer, Web-Common-Http,… • Script Application Deployment (Powershell DSC, Puppet, Chef, MSI, script) • “Cmd.exe /q /c iisconfig.cmd [Param.IISPort]" • Other profile types available • SQL Profile • SQL Dac Applications • WebDeploy • Run Scripts • Payload – bits and scripts • Parameterization with Basic Expressions • Import into VMM prior to Use • Packaged using Open Packaging Convention (OPC) { "Name": "IIS_Demo_2", "Publisher": "Microsoft, "Version": "", "ExtensionHostingContract": "MicrosoftCompute/VMRole/", ", "SchemaVersion": "", "DataPackage" : { "Location" : "IISWS2012", "Version" : "" }, "ResourceExtensionParameters": [ { "Name" : "IISPort", “Type" : "String", "Description" : "IIS Port" } ], "ResourceRequirements": { "OSVirtualHardDiskRequirements": ["WindowsServer2012", "Datacenter" ] }, "ExtensionSettings": { "SchemaVersion": "", "WindowsServerRolesAndFeatures": [ "Web-Server", "Web-WebServer", "Web-Common-Http", "Web-Default-Doc", "Web-Dir-Browsing", "Web-Http-Errors“] "ApplicationProfile": { "ApplicationPayload": [ { "ID" : "123dbce1-8ccd-4fb1-af39-a2a3b69b4123", "RelativePath" : "" } ], "Name": "389cb52d-a950-46d3-b021-48b7fe67267e", "WindowsApplicationProfile": { "ProvisioningScripts": [ { "AlwaysReboot" : faalse, "ApplicationPayloadId" : "123dbce1-8ccd-4fb1-af39-a2a3b69b4123", "DeploymentOrder" : 1, "ErrorPolicy" : "FailOnMatch", "ExecutableAndParams" : { "Executable" : "cmd.exe", "Parameters" : "/q /c iisconfig.cmd [Param.IISPort]" }, "ExitCodeRegex" : "[[1-9][[0-9]*", "RebootExitCodeRegex" : null, "RestartOnRetry" : false, "ScriptBlock" : null, "ScriptCredential" : null, "ScriptType" : "PreInstall", "StandardErrorPath" : "C:\\iisconfig-gceerr.txt", "StandardErrorRegex" : null, "StandardInput" : null, "StandardOutputPath" : "C:\\iisconfig-gceout.txt", "StandardOutputRegex" : null, "TimeoutInSeconds" : 1200, "WorkingDirectory" : null

  36. Virtual Machine Role Resource (RESDEF) • Properties • Identity • Name, Publisher, Version • Parameters • RoleVMSize • IISPort • Extension References • Name, Publisher, Version • Parameter binding • IISPort • Size Profile (XS, S, M, L, XL) • Storage Profile (Data / OS Disk) • OS specialization • ComputerName, Timezone, other unattend • Network profile (LB Config, Network) • Scale settings • Parameterization with Expressions • Served from SPF Feed (Gallery) { "Name": "IIS_Demo", "Publisher": "Microsoft", "Version": "", "Type": "MicrosoftCompute/VMRole", "SchemaVersion": "", "ResourceParameters": [ { "Name": "RoleVMSize", "Type": "String", "Description": "Platform-specific VM size (for Blue: XS | S | M | L | XL)" }, { "Name": "IISPort", "Type": "String", "Description": "IISPortdesc." } ], "ResourceExtensionReferences": [ { "ReferenceName": "IIS_Demo_2", "Name": "IIS_Demo_2", "Publisher": Microsoft", "Version": "", "ResourceExtensionParameterValues" : '{ "IISPort" : "[Param.IISPort]"}' } ], "IntrinsicSettings": { "SchemaVersion": "", "HardwareProfile": { "VMSize": "[Param.RoleVMSize]" }, "ScaleOutSettings": { "InitialInstanceCount": "[Param.RoleInitialInstanceCount]",

  37. Presentation UI Wizard (VIEWDEF) • Grouping • Sections - Title • Categories - CategoryName • Ordering • Follows the order in the viewdef • Labels, Descriptions • Type • Boolean, Number, String, SecureString, Credential, ComputerNamePattern, Option, VMSize, OSVirtualHardDisk, Network, OSTimezone, • Default Value • Validation • Localization • Double-curly bracket notation • {{WS2012IISVMSettings}} • Package resource file per language • "WS2012IISVMSettings": "Virtual Machine Settings" { "Label": "{{IISWS2012Label}}", "PublisherLabel": "Microsoft", "Description": "{{WS2012IISDescription}}", "DefaultLanguageCode": "en-US", "Sections": [ { "Title": "{{WS2012IISVMSettings}}", "Categories": [ { "CategoryName": "{{ScaleOutSettingGroup}}", "Parameters": [ { "Name": "RoleVMSize", "Label": "VM Size", "Type": "VMSize", "DefaultValue": "ExtraSmall", "Description": "{{RoleSizeDesc}}", "Validation": { "Required": true, "Messages": { "Required": {{RoleSizeRequiredMessage}}“ } } }, { "Name": "RoleOSVHDImageNameVersion", "Label": "OS Virtual Hard disk", "Type": "OSVirtualHardDisk", "Description": "{{OSDisk}}", "ImageTags": [ "WindowsServer2012", "Datacenter“ ], "Validation": {"Required": true, "Messages": {"Required": "OS Disk is Required" } } }, { "Name": "RoleInitialInstanceCount", "Label": "Initial Instance Count", "Type": "Number", "DefaultValue": "1", "Description": "{{RoleInitialInstanceCountDescription}}", "Validation": { "Required": true, "MinRange": 1, "MaxRange": 5, }

  38. Deployment Configuration (ResConfig) • Generated by Portal • Not persisted as a file • Versioned to enable updates • Parameter binding to user input { "Version": "", “ParameterValues” : ‘ { “IISPort": “80", “RoleVMSize” : “Small”, “ComputerNamePattern” : null, "NetworkName" : "corp" }’ }

  39. OSImage handling • OSImage should be parameterized for maximum reuse across environments • Parameter allows user to select image (see Tags below) • Tags • Viewdef – filters by Tags according to resext • Resext – Tags are application requirements • Guidance on “standard” tags – “WindowsServer2012”, “Datacenter”, “.NET4.5” • Deployment will be blocked if referenced image is not tagged to match RESEXT requirements • Reference is “Name:Version” • “WindowsServer2012DatacenterENU:” • Name and Version map to VMM VHD FamilyName and Release properties • Version must by n.n.n.n – vmm Release is a string • If OSImage is not parameterized, set FamilyName and Release accordingly

  40. Gallery Item Resource Packages

  41. Importing a Gallery Item

  42. Configuring Virtual Machine Manager • Cloud • Library share containing VHD is accessible to cloud • Userrole • Tenant userrole has access to cloud • Virtual Hard Disks • Configure Virtual Hard Disk FamilyName, Release and Tags accordingly – see OSImage slide • Test in VMM using RESDEF • Powershell only • Read RESDEF, construct RESCONFIG • Submit resdef and resconfig via powershell to create a virtual machine role

  43. Deploying a Gallery Item

  44. Using Virtual Machine Roles Service Admin Manage Gallery Offer to Tenants Tenant Create Virtual Machine Role Manage Virtual Machine Role 3 5 4 2 Gallery Wizard Gallery Item (Virtual Machine Role Template) SPF Virtual Machine Role Portal VM VM VM 1 Application Extension (App Profile and Payload) VMM Import Application Extension into VMM Import Gallery Item into SPF Offer to Tenants Create Virtual Machine Role Manage existing Virtual Machine Roles Powershell

  45. Next Steps to the Cloud OS07 | Windows Azure Pack

  46. The Cloud OSModern platform for the world’s apps CUSTOMER Transforms the datacenter Empowers people-centric IT 1 CONSISTENTPLATFORM WINDOWS AZURE SERVICE PROVIDER Unlocks insightson any data Enables modern apps DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT DATA IDENTITY VIRTUALIZATION

  47. Course Review What’s New in System Center 2012 R2 Jump Start • The Cloud OS Application Performance Monitoring Deep insight into application health Infrastructure Provisioning Enable enterprise-class multitenant infrastructure for hybrid environments Infrastructure Monitoring Comprehensive monitoring of physical, virtual & cloud infrastructure Windows Azure Pack Azure cloud services in your datacenter Automation and Self-Service Enable application owner agility with IT retaining control IT Service Management Flexible service delivery

  48. Why choose System Center 2012 R2 • Enterprise-class • Simple and cost-effective • Application focused • Best-of-breed management for Windows Server and Microsoft workloads • Multitenant virtual networking, including edge gateway provisioning to bridge physical and virtual networks • Support for VM connectivity into virtual Fibre Channel SAN • Multi-hypervisor support, including Hyper-V, VMware, and Citrix • Robust open source support: Dynamic Memory for Linux, Unix/ Linux monitoring and configuration • Unified monitoring for on-premises and Windows Azure infrastructure • Easy VM portability and management between Windows Server and Windows Azure • Deep .NET and Java application monitoring and diagnostics • Standardized app provisioning with service templates • Integrated dev-ops with System Center-Visual Studio connector • Cloud-integrated app and workload insight with Global Service Monitor and System Center Advisor • Management Packs with extensive built-in knowledge for Microsoft Exchange, SQL, SharePoint • In-box service templates and runbooks for System Center components • Web-based interfaces to System Center capabilities to help integrate existing investments • Standards-based top-of-rack network switch configuration • Windows Server file-based storage and Storage Spaces support • Extensible service management automation and integration • Workload protection & recovery across datacenters with Windows Azure • Hyper-V Recovery Manager