Friday, December 20, 2013

Bringing Windows Azure into NIC 2014

I am hoping to see you at the Nordic Infrastructure Conference in January again.

It looks like we are into yet another good conference in the cold north, and this time my focus will be on the Window Azure Pack.

In details: I will cover Windows Azure Pack – under the hood, where we will look closely at the architecture around a distributed production deployment.
We will also look at the dependencies and how the communication among the components are in use.
Windows Azure Pack is truly an interesting area where we can leverage all sort of new technologies delivered through the foundation in Windows Server and System Center. Specifically Hyper-V and Virtual Machine Manager together with SPF (Service Provider Foundation) for VM Clouds.

My focus will be solely on VM Clouds to deliver Infrastructure as a Service based on your own resources. You could be a service provider that want to learn about this solution, that also wants to bring network virtualization into your environment so that you can have a secure multi-tenant infrastructure for your tenants, or you can be an enterprise customer that want to provide your users with a superb self-service experience and help them to deploy complex workloads like Exchange, SQL, Sharepoint or a domain controller.

By looking at the tenant portal and what you can do, it sure looks very simple. Behind the scenes, there is a lot of cool stuff going on that I am sure you will want to know more about.

I hope to see you at NIC, and if you have any questions before, during – or after the show, I will be around to assist you as good as I can.

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