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Azure iaas

Azure IaaS

Presenter Name

Position or role

Microsoft Azure



 Your services and Azure

 Virtual machines

 Virtual networks

Y our application code

Your infrastructure code

 Required resources

 Your application code

Azure iaas

You: Code (application, infrastructure)

Azure: Resources (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS)

Azure virtual machines

Azure Virtual Machines

 Launch Windows Server and Linux in minutes

 Scale from 1 to 1000s of VM Instances

 Save money with per-minute billing

 Open and extensible

Provisioning vm
Provisioning VM

  • Getting Started

New Disk Persisted in Storage

  • Select Image and VM Size

Boot VM from New Disk

Management Portal

Windows Server



(Windows, Linux and Mac)



Extra Small






Vm gallery
VM Gallery

A collection of prebuilt images for various workloads

SUSE Linux

Enterprise Server

Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS

Oracle Linux

openSUSE 13.1

Windows Server 2012 R2

CentOS 6.5

Microsoft Dynamics

GP 2013

Zulu 8

Oracle Database 11g R2

SQL Server 2014 Standard

SharePoint Server Farm

BizTalk Server 2013


Developer Edition

Oracle WebLogic

Server 12.1.2

Visual Studio Ultimate 2013

Puppet Enterprise 3.2.3

Barracuda Web Application

Windows 8.1 Enterprise

Microsoft Azure

Demo provisioning vm

Demo: Provisioning VM

Managing VMs using Azure portal

Vm extensions
VM Extensions

Microsoft Azure

Installable components to customize VM instances

Enable various DevOps scenarios

Can be added, updated, disabled or removed at any time

Managed via portal, PowerShell and Management APIs

Demo vm extension

Demo: VM Extension

Add extension to VM instance

Data persistence

Data Persistence

 Data Disks

 Azure Files

Disks and images
Disks and Images

  • OS Images

  • Microsoft

  • Partner

  • User

  • Disks

  • OS Disks

  • Data Disks

Base OS image for new Virtual Machines

Sys-Prepped/Generalized/Read Only

Created by uploading or by capture

Writable Disks for Virtual Machines

Created during VM creation or during upload of existing VHDs.

Image mobility
Image Mobility

  • On-Premises



Vm disk layout
VM disk layout

  • Temporary Storage Disk

  • Local (Not Persistent)

  • SATA

  • Drive D:

  • OS Disk

  • Persistent

  • SATA

  • Drive C:

  • Data Disk(s)

  • Persistent

  • SCSI

  • Customer Defined Letter

Persistent disks and highly durable
Persistent Disks and Highly Durable

Microsoft Azure Storage (Disaster Recovery)

Microsoft Azure Storage

Virtual Machine



Azure files
Azure Files

  • Shared Network File Storage for Azure

  • Availability, durability, scalability are managed automatically

  • Supports two interfaces: SMB and REST





Azure File Share


Azure files scenarios

Share data across VMs and applications

Multiple writers, multiple readers using standard file system semantics.

Share settings throughout services

VMs can read settings and files from a common, shared location. These can be updated externally via REST.


Very useful to have a shared location for installing applications, setting up VMs, running tools, and keeping notes while developing, testing, and debugging cloud services.

Azure Files - Scenarios

Virtual machine availability

Virtual Machine Availability

 Meaning of 9’s

 Fault domains, update domains and availability sets

 Load balancing

Meaning of 9 s
Meaning of 9’s

From Generic Requirements for Operation Systems Platform Reliability, Telcordia Technologies System Documentation,GR-2841-CORE and

Federation Aviation Administration Handbook: Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RMA) Handbook, FAA-HDBK-006A, Jan 7, 2008.

Microsoft Azure

Service level agreements

99.9% for single role instances

8.75 hours of downtime per year

Service Level Agreements

99.95% for multiple role instances

4.38 hours of downtime per year

What’s included

Compute Hardware failure (disk, CPU, memory)

Datacenter failures - Network failure, power failure

Hardware upgrades, Software maintenance – Host OS Updates

What is not included

VM Container crashes, Guest OS Updates

Fault and update domains
Fault and Update Domains

Fault Domain

Fault Domain



Web Role

UD #1

UD #2





Worker Role

UD #1

UD #2





Virtual machine availability sets
Virtual Machine Availability Sets

Update Domains are honored by host OS updates

Fault Domain

Fault Domain



Availability Set

Virtual Machine

Virtual Machine



UD #2

UD #1

Availability Set

Virtual Machine

Virtual Machine



UD #1

UD #2

Load balancing
Load balancing

Microsoft Azure


External Load Balancer

Internal Load Balancer

Public VIP

Customer vNet

Back end

Microsoft Azure

  • Load balancing

    Multiple VMs share the workload via public facing endpoints

  • Internal Load balancing

    Load balancing between VMs that don’t have public facing endpoints

Front end

Traffic manager
Traffic Manager

  • North Europe

  • US West

Microsoft Azure

Load balancing



North America

Transform the datacenter orchestrated disaster recovery to a second site
Transform the datacenterOrchestrated disaster recovery to a second site

Microsoft Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager

Communication Channel

Replication channel: Hyper-V Replica

Primary Site

Recovery Site

Windows Server

Windows Server

Transform the datacenter orchestrated disaster recovery to a second site or to azure
Transform the datacenterOrchestrated disaster recovery to a second site or to Azure

Microsoft Azure Site Recovery

Microsoft Azure Site Recovery

Communication Channel

Communication and Replication

Replication channel: Hyper-V Replica

Primary Site

Recovery Site

Primary Site

Windows Server

Windows Server

Windows Server

Key features include:

Automated VM protection and replication

Remote health monitoring

Customizable recovery plans

No-impact recovery plan testing

Orchestrated recovery when needed

Virtual networks

Virtual Networks

Azure virtual networks

Azure Virtual Networks

 A protected private virtual network in cloud

 Extend enterprise networks into Azure

 Cross-premises connectivity

Virtual network scenarios
Virtual Network Scenarios

Microsoft Azure

  • Hybrid Public/Private Cloud

    Enterprise app in Microsoft Azurerequiring connectivity to on-premise resources

  • Enterprise Identity and Access Control

    Manage identity and access control with on-premise resources (on-premises Active Directory)

  • Monitoring and Management

    Remote monitoring and trouble-shooting of resources running in Azure

  • Advanced Connectivity Requirements

    Cloud deployments requiring IP addresses and direct connectivity across services

Cross premises connectivity
Cross-premises Connectivity

Microsoft Azure

  • Site-to-site

    Create a secure connection between your on-premises site and your virtual network

  • Point-to-site

    Create a secure connection via VPN to your virtual network

  • ExpressRouteTM

    Create a private connection between Azure data centers and infrastructures on your premises or in a co-location environment.

    • Connect at an ExpressRoute location (Exchange Provider facility)

    • Direct connect via a Network Service Provider

Demo virtual network

Demo: Virtual Network

Point-to-Site connection

Azure iaas

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