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>90,000New Azure customer subscriptions/month1.5TrillionMessages per month processed by Azure IoT>500MillionUsers in Azure Active Directory777TrillionStorage Transactionsper day

>1.5MillionSQL Databases running on Azure>40%Revenue from Start-ups and ISVsAzure momentum

Key Point: Azure continues to grow. More customers are making is a part of their solutions, either through hybrid or pure-cloud.

>85% F500 customers on MS Cloud>3,400 apps in Azure Marketplace30 major certifications and attestations more than any other major public cloud provider13B authentications supported every week by Azure cloud services1T messages a month are processed using Event Hub>60B ingress events per day worldwide in Even HubMore than 70T storage objects in AzureMore than 9M transactions per second processed by Azure Storage (nearly 3x growth YoY)1.5M SQL DBs under management in Azure / Customer usage has increased 7x YoY2.5B logins per week process to Azure SQL DBExternal Traffic / web site hits (e.g. customer traffic only)- 83.46 billion hits/monthTotal Sites/Apps (customer sites only) 664k3.4M Developers registered with Visual Studio Online

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Hyper-scalefootprint

Azure regions24Azure regions around the worldMore than AWS and Google Cloud combined

Key Point: Azure Footprint continues to grow to support the customer growth. Notice that we have 3 new regions in India that came online this week. Great for multi-national setups.

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1.4million miles offiber in our DCs

Datacenter

Internet ExchangeTerrestrial NetworkSubsea NetworkEdge Node

CDN Locations

Key Point: To support connectivity and performance networking infrastructure continues to grow as well. Kind of a fun view.1.4 million miles can go 56x times around the globe

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Azure StorSimpleAzure in OpenAzure GovernmentAzure SQL DatabaseRights Management (RMS)Azure API ManagementAzure Site RecoveryAzure AutomationInstance Level Public IpsAzure Redis CacheAzure BatchAzure MarketplaceAzure Data FactoryStream AnalyticsEvent HubsOperational InsightsPremium StorageVirtual Machine Converter 3.0Cloud Platform System (CPS)Antimalware for Cloud Services and VMsIdentity Manager vNextAnalytics Platform System (APS)Visual Studio Community 2013Visual studio 2015 Preview.NET 2015Azure RemoteAppAzure AD BasicSSD-based instances for Microsoft Azure VMs and Cloud ServicesAzure SQL Database AuditingLive Channels for Azure Media ServicesAAD Application ProxyNew experiences in Power BIAzure DocumentDBAzure SearchHDInsight for Storm Public Preview & GAAzure Zone Redundant StorageHDInsight for HbaseWSSC vNext tech previewContent Protection pub previewIntune - Nov update and Dec updateAzure AAD premium featuresMulti-Factor Auth enhancementsCloudera and Hortonworks on clustered Azure VMsAzure Instance level IPAzure Role Based Access ControlsVPN support pub previewTiP Testing pub previewAzure AD Workday A148 IntegrationAzure Standard SSG ExpressRoute S2S, P2S GAAzure Multiple NICsAzure Networking AppliancesAzure Traffic Manager Nested policiesAzure VM Image Gallery expansionAzure VnetAzure Web JobsVSO datacenter expansionVSO REST Hooks pub previewAustralia datacenter Forced TunnelingWSSC Azure PacksAzure G-Serves InstancesAzure Key VaultDrivers for SQL ServerMDM for Office 365 public preview and GAAzure Media Services Content ProtectionAzure Mobile EngagementNode.js Tools for Visual StudioVisual Studio 2013 updatesAuto-HA for SQL Server VMAuto-Patching and Backup for SQL Server VMsAzure SQL Database Increased CompatibilityAzure AD Connect Health pub previewAzure AD MFA Per App / Conditional access pub previewAzure RMS controlled user deploymentAzure RMS departmental templates pub previewAzure Site Recovery SAN ReplicationASP.NET 5 PreviewAzure SDK 2.5.1Team Foundation Server 2015 previewAzure Machine Learning GAAzure HDInsight for Linux Pub PreviewAzure HDInsight Support for Hadoop 2.6 pub previewAzure SQL Database security feature - Data Masking pub previewAzure SQL Database security features - EncryptionAzure SQL Database security features - Row Level securityAzure AD: API for SIEMMicrosoft Intune monthly updatesRemote Desktop Client for Windows Phone 8.1Azure App ServiceAzure CDN IntegrationAzure Media Encoder PremiumAzure AD Premium & Basic in CSPAzure IoT SuiteWindows Server ContainersHyper-V ContainersWindows Server Nano ServerAzure Media Player GAAzure Service FabricAzure IoT SuiteAzure Site Recovery: Protect VMWare and Physical Servers in Public PreviewAzure Backup Generally Available Azure API Management Premium simplifies high availability and massive scale for APIsExpressRoute for Office 365Azure Active Directory Dynamic Membership For GroupsAutomatic Password Change for Social Media Shared AccountsCompute-Intensive A10 and A11 Virtual Machine InstancesRemote Desktop app for Windows Phone support for Gateway and Remote ResourcesInformatica Cloud Agent availability in Linux and Windows Virtual MachinesAzure DocumentDB Hadoop ConnectorAzure HDInsight support for more VM sizesEnterprise-Grade Array-Based Replication and Disaster Recovery with ASR and System Center GA

500+New releases inthe last 12 months

Key Point: Azure is growing! We keep saying it. What does this slide show us:

Fast innovationMicrosoft commitment to improving the platformThe need to stay current for partners.

Lets dive very quickly into a few of the newest features that we feel have strong impact to the partner business.Build 2015

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Region can be comprised of multiple datacentersDatacenters are divided into clustersEach rack provides a unit of fault isolationDatacenter ArchitectureCluster 5Cluster 4Cluster 3Cluster 2Cluster 1

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How Azure builds out clusters, what a Cluster Contains. How the Racks are contained. Racks for compute/storage. Aggregate routes, PDU power, top of rack switches, highly available. Datacenters divided into clusters. Rack provides fault isolation.12

CPU, memory, disk & networking resources are committed when allocating the service.Inside a Physical Server

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All committed, each VM dedicated resources CPU, tied to PDU and Fabric controller. All VMs infrastructure or PAAS leveraging same VMs under the covers. 13

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Take a moment to list and quickly describe cases in which the contents of this module are making an impact on real companies or other sales/support teams at Microsoft.

By explaining how this modules content has a real impact you will make the content Relevant to your students and make it clear that they can be successful because their peers have already done it.

IP ReservationIP reservationReserve public IP addresses from Azures pool

You have control over the IP addresses till you release them

Assign IPs to cloud services

Move IP addresses across cloud servicesBeforeWith VIP reservation

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Reserved IPDIP1DIP2DIP1DIP2To IPVM1VM2VM1VM2Cloud service VIPCloud service Reserved VIPIP: DIP1: OR DIP2:

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Azure is DCHP based, how can I make a IP reservation on VIP, VM, public address space internal address space what are scale limits. How to use the IP addresses.15 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

Multi-site VNet connectivity

Multiple Site-to-Site connections

Multiple on-premises sites connect to same virtual network

Sites may be geographically dispersed

Connect up to 10 sites to a virtual network securely over IPsecConnect to multiple on-premises locations

BeforeWith multi-site Vnet Connectivity

VNet1US WestVNet2East Asia

One-to-oneconnection

VNet1US West

VNet2East Asia

Contoso NorthAm HQ (10.0.0.0/16)Contoso NorthAm HQ (10.0.0.0/16)Contoso East Asia (10.3.0.0/16)

True network mesh within VNET Azure. Multiple on premises and MULTIPLE Azure resources. Vnet to Vnet leverage cross site communications. 16 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

Cross-region VNet connectivity

Cross-region VNET connectivity to any Azure regionFor HA and DR, customers create virtual networks in different Azure regionsScenario: SQL AlwaysOn sync to cross-region replicasConnect to multiple on-premises locations and to other VNetsBeforeWith multi-site and cross-region VNet to VNet

VNet1US WestVNet2East Asia

One-to-oneconnection

VNet1US West

VNet2East Asia

Contoso NorthAm HQ (10.0.0.0/16)Contoso NorthAm HQ (10.0.0.0/16)Contoso East Asia (10.3.0.0/16)Cross-subscription connectivityVirtual networks in different subscriptions can securely communicate using private IP addressesScenarios: Cross-division/dept. workload communication; B2B transactions in the cloud

17 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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