Live for SharePoint Conference 2012.
This session is mainly demo session. Go to Windows Azure for an evaluation.
The different hosting/business module for deployment between On Premises to Online
Windows Azure Virtual Machines provides flexible, open and solid platform.
- easy to migrate existing application as-is to the cloud
- set up new VM’s in Azure quickly
- multiple way to start
- Management portal
- If want to use PowerShell, you must have Windows Azure SDK installed (available at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=15658)
- Rest API
- Start from pre build to up to uploading your own VM
- pre build VM’s include OS and/or prebuild scenario (BizTalk, SQL Server 2012, incoming SharePoint …)
- Various OS supported (Windows, CentOS, OpenSuse, Ubuntu)
- Windows Server:
- Per hour license in the cloud
- Microsoft Applications:
- Application License Mobility (SA)
- Per-hour license in the cloud
- External Applications:
- Based upon vendor and product
|Hyper-V||Can’t run Hyper-V on Hyper-V|
|Failover clustering||Floating IP|
|Bitlocker||Requires TPM chip|
|Client OS||Licensing issue|
The drive C is used for OS storage only.
The drive D is a non persistent disk so don’t put on this disk any data !!!
- OS Disk
- Max 127 Gb
- Optimized for boot
- Up to 16 disk
- Max 1 Tb per disk
- 1 million transaction for 0.10 $
- 100 G for 12,5$ per month
- Pay as used
You can use a good tool to help you manage VM’s on Windows Azure : CloudXplorer (http://clumsyleaf.com/products/cloudxplorer)