FND1451: Windows Server & System Center Futures—Bring Azure to your Datacenter (Platform Vision & Strategy)

Technology innovation drives business transformation in the cloud-first world. Windows Server & System Center are evolving to meet this changing world. To accelerate value and stay ahead of competition, you need infrastructure that unleashes application innovation and you need your IT to meet increasingly demanding business requirements. How do you embrace the modernization of on-premises infrastructure, hybrid approaches and new models for application delivery to drive value? Join this session with Mark Russinovich, Jeffrey Snover and Jeremy Winter to learn how you can continue to be a strategic partner to the business by leveraging the power of Microsoft Azure in your datacenter to deliver the rapid innovation your business requires.

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FND1451: Windows Server & System Center Futures—Bring Azure to your Datacenter (Platform Vision & Strategy)

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Technology innovation drives business transformation in the cloud-first world. Windows Server & System Center are evolving to meet this changing world. To accelerate value and stay ahead of competition, you need infrastructure that unleashes application innovation and you need your IT to meet increasingly demanding business requirements. How do you embrace the modernization of on-premises infrastructure, hybrid approaches and new models for application delivery to drive value? Join this session with Mark Russinovich, Jeffrey Snover and Jeremy Winter to learn how you can continue to be a strategic partner to the business by leveraging the power of Microsoft Azure in your datacenter to deliver the rapid innovation your business requires.
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  1. Slide 2

    • From server to cloud
  2. Slide 3

    • Yesterday
    • Datacenter, hardware, individual servers, and VMs
    • Slow, expensive innovation
    • Siloed infrastructure and operations
    • Development constraints
    • Tactical and reactive thinking
  3. Slide 4

    • Today and tomorrow
    • People, cloud, apps, service-focused
    • Standardized, automated processes and configurations
    • Industry-standard, low-cost hardware
    • Fast, cost-effective innovation, developer empowerment
    • Holistic, strategic thinking
  4. Slide 5

    • Bringing the cloud to you
    • What if you could have the control of the datacenter and the power of the cloud?
    • Reduced developer chaos and shadow IT
    • Simplified, abstracted experience
    • Added consistency to modern development
    • One portal, one user experience
    • Write once, deploy anywhere
  5. Cloud-inspired infrastructure

    Slide 6 - Cloud-inspired infrastructure

    • Provisioning and operations
    • Control plane
    • Data plane
    • Datacenter Abstraction Layer
    • Physical hardware
  6. Control plan

    Slide 7 - Control plan

    • Data plan
    • Datacenter Abstraction Layer
    • Physical hardware
    • Standard APIs
    • Compute
    • Compute cluster
    • Virtual machines
    • Industry-standard servers
    • Standard APIs
    • Storage
    • Storage cluster
    • File servers
    • Industry-standard disks
    • Standard APIs
    • Security
    • Security controller
    • Shielded VMs
    • TPM-enabled hardware
    • Cloud-inspired infrastructure
    • Windows Server | Hyper-V | System Center
    • Standard APIs
    • Networking
    • Network controller
    • Virtual networks
    • Physical network
    • Provisioning and operations
  7. Slide 8

    • World class scale, performance, and availability
    • Best-in-class support for Linux
    • Frictionless “cloud-cadence” infrastructure upgrades
    • Confidently virtualize anything
    • Compute
    • Storage
    • Security
    • Networking
    • High-performance Live migration and Storage QoS
    • Guest clustering
    • Mission-critical scale: SQL, Exchange, SharePoint, SAP, Oracle
    • Broad distro support, including: RHEL, SLES, Ubuntu, CentOS
    • Hot add | remove vNIC and in-guest vRSS
    • Rolling upgrades without downtime, no new hardware needed
    • Mixed-mode clusters
  8. Slide 9

    • World class scale, performance, and availability
    • Best-in-class support for Linux
    • Frictionless “cloud-cadence” infrastructure upgrades
    • Confidently virtualize anything
    • Compute
    • Storage
    • Security
    • Networking
    • High-performance Live migration and Storage QoS
    • Guest clustering
    • Mission-critical scale: SQL, Exchange, SharePoint, SAP, Oracle
    • Broad distro support, including: RHEL, SLES, Ubuntu, CentOS
    • Hot add | remove vNIC and in-guest vRSS
    • Rolling upgrades without downtime, no new hardware needed
    • Mixed-mode clusters
  9. Server Virtualization Overview                                                                                Platform Vision & Strategy

    Slide 10 - Server Virtualization Overview Platform Vision & Strategy

    • May 5
    • 9:00 AM | Room N227
    • Microsoft Loves Linux: Better Together on the Microsoft Cloud Platform
    • May 6
    • 9:00 AM | Room S2014
  10. Cloud-scale fundamentals

    Slide 11 - Cloud-scale fundamentals

    • SDN infrastructure
    • Flexible workload placement
    • Storage
    • Security
    • Compute
    • Networking
    • Hybrid datacenter extension
    • Network function virtualization
    • Data plane based on Azure
    • High-throughput, low-latency packet processing [up to 40G]
    • Programmable network controller based on Azure
    • NVGRE, VXLAN, and OVSDB support
    • Load balancer that is proven in Azure
    • Distributed firewall
    • Custom service chaining, including Linux appliances
    • Azure ExpressRoute
    • Multi-tenant gateways
  11. Cloud-scale fundamentals

    Slide 12 - Cloud-scale fundamentals

    • SDN infrastructure
    • Flexible workload placement
    • Storage
    • Security
    • Compute
    • Networking
    • Hybrid datacenter extension
    • Network function virtualization
    • Data plane based on Azure
    • High-throughput, low-latency packet processing [up to 40G]
    • Programmable network controller based on Azure
    • NVGRE, VXLAN, and OVSDB support
    • Load balancer that is proven in Azure
    • Distributed firewall
    • Custom service chaining, including Linux appliances
    • Azure ExpressRoute
    • Multi-tenant gateways
  12. Cloud-scale fundamentals

    Slide 13 - Cloud-scale fundamentals

    • SDN infrastructure
    • Flexible workload placement
    • Storage
    • Security
    • Compute
    • Networking
    • Hybrid datacenter extension
    • Network function virtualization
    • Data plane based on Azure
    • High-throughput, low-latency packet processing [up to 40G]
    • Programmable network controller based on Azure
    • NVGRE, VXLAN, and OVSDB support
    • Load balancer that is proven in Azure
    • Distributed firewall
    • Custom service chaining, including Linux appliances
    • Azure ExpressRoute
    • Multi-tenant gateways
  13. Networking Overview

    Slide 14 - Networking Overview

    • Platform Vision & Strategy
    • May 5
    • 10:45 AM | Room S101
  14. Slide 15

    • High-performance storage, fraction of the cost
    • Security
    • Compute
    • Networking
    • Storage
    • Cloud-scale, cost-effective platform
    • Scalable hybrid-cloud storage solution
    • Workload-aware protection
    • Cross-site availability and disaster recovery
    • Storage Spaces Direct
    • Predictable workload performance with Storage QoS
    • Microsoft StorSimple
    • Azure storage
    • Azure Site Recovery
    • Azure Backup
    • Sync replication with Storage Replica
    • “Stretch” clusters with automatic failover
    • Cluster-to-cluster replication with orchestrated recovery
  15. Slide 16

    • High-performance storage, fraction of the cost
    • Security
    • Compute
    • Networking
    • Storage
    • Cloud-scale, cost-effective platform
    • Scalable hybrid-cloud storage solution
    • Workload-aware protection
    • Cross-site availability and disaster recovery
    • Storage Spaces Direct
    • Predictable workload performance with Storage QoS
    • Microsoft StorSimple
    • Azure storage
    • Azure Site Recovery
    • Azure Backup
    • Sync replication with Storage Replica
    • “Stretch” clusters with automatic failover
    • Cluster-to-cluster replication with orchestrated recovery
  16. Slide 17

    • High-performance storage, fraction of the cost
    • Security
    • Compute
    • Networking
    • Storage
    • Cloud-scale, cost-effective platform
    • Scalable hybrid-cloud storage solution
    • Workload-aware protection
    • Cross-site availability and disaster recovery
    • Storage Spaces Direct
    • Predictable workload performance with Storage QoS
    • Microsoft StorSimple
    • Azure storage
    • Azure Site Recovery
    • Azure Backup
    • Sync replication with Storage Replica
    • “Stretch” clusters with automatic failover
    • Cluster-to-cluster replication with orchestrated recovery
  17. Slide 18

    • Storage Overview
    • Platform Vision & Strategy
    • May 5
    • 1:30 PM | Room S102
  18. Slide 19

    • New approach to security
    • Compute
    • Networking
    • Storage
    • Security
    • Control and monitor administrator privileges
    • Detect and respond to breach faster
    • Protect virtual machines from compromised host
    • Add access and usage policies to sensitive information
    • File Classification Infrastructure
    • Azure Rights Management Services
    • Dynamic Access Control
    • Just-in-time administration
    • Just enough administration
    • Next generation credentials
    • Hardware-rooted security
    • Shielded virtual machines
    • Guardian Service
    • Improved Security Event Logging
    • Cloud-based security analysis
    • Out-of-the-box anti-malware
  19. Slide 20

    • New approach to security
    • Compute
    • Networking
    • Storage
    • Security
    • Control and monitor administrator privileges
    • Detect and respond to breach faster
    • Protect virtual machines from compromised host
    • Add access and usage policies to sensitive information
    • File Classification Infrastructure
    • Azure Rights Management Services
    • Dynamic Access Control
    • Just-in-time administration
    • Just enough administration
    • Next generation credentials
    • Hardware-rooted security
    • Shielded virtual machines
    • Guardian Service
    • Improved Security Event Logging
    • Cloud-based security analysis
    • Out-of-the-box anti-malware
  20. Slide 21

    • Security and Assurance Overview Platform Vision & Strategy
    • May 5
    • 3:15 PM | Room S101
  21. Bringing cloud to your datacenter

    Slide 22 - Bringing cloud to your datacenter

    • Productively consume software-defined infrastructure
    • Built-in IaaS and PaaS services from Azure
    • Deploy on-premises, hosted, or Azure environments
  22. Slide 23

    • Anatomy of Microsoft Azure
    • Microsoft Azure
    • Windows Server
    • Linux
    • Portal
    • IaaS | PaaS services
    • Cloud infrastructure
  23. Power of Azure with the control of the datacenter

    Slide 24 - Power of Azure with the control of the datacenter

    • Microsoft Private Cloud
    • (on premises | hosted)
    • Microsoft Azure
    • Windows Server
    • Linux
    • Azure Pack
    • System Center
    • Windows Server
    • Compute | Network | Storage
    • Windows Server
    • Linux
    • Portal
    • IaaS | PaaS services
    • Cloud infrastructure
  24. Power of Azure with the control of the datacenter

    Slide 25 - Power of Azure with the control of the datacenter

    • Microsoft Private Cloud
    • (on premises | hosted)
    • Microsoft Azure
    • Windows Server
    • Linux
    • Azure Pack
    • System Center
    • Windows Server
    • Compute | Network | Storage
    • Windows Server
    • Linux
    • Portal
    • IaaS | PaaS services
    • Cloud infrastructure
    • Portal
    • IaaS | PaaS services
    • Cloud infrastructure
  25. Slide 26

    • Microsoft Private Cloud
    • (on-premises | hosted)
    • Power of Azure with the control of the datacenter
    • Microsoft Azure Stack
    • (on-premises | hosted)
    • Microsoft Azure
    • Windows Server
    • Linux
    • Windows Server
    • Linux
    • Portal
    • IaaS / PaaS services
    • Cloud Infrastructure
    • Portal
    • IaaS | PaaS services
    • Cloud infrastructure
    • Portal
    • IaaS | PaaS services
    • Cloud infrastructure
    • [powered by Windows Server, System Center, and Azure technologies]
    • Microsoft Azure
    • Windows Server
    • Linux
    • Portal
    • IaaS / PaaS services
    • Cloud Infrastructure
    • Portal
    • IaaS | PaaS services
    • Cloud infrastructure
    • Microsoft Private Cloud
    • (on-premises/hosted)
    • Microsoft Azure Stack
    • (on premises | hosted)
    • Windows Server
    • Linux
    • Portal
    • IaaS | PaaS services
    • Cloud infrastructure
    • [powered by Windows Server, System Center, and Azure technologies]
  26. Slide 27

    • Introducing the Microsoft Azure Stack
    • Microsoft Azure
    • Windows Server
    • Linux
    • Portal
    • IaaS / PaaS services
    • Cloud Infrastructure
    • Portal
    • IaaS | PaaS services
    • Cloud infrastructure
    • Microsoft Private Cloud
    • (on-premises/hosted)
    • Microsoft Azure Stack
    • (on premises | hosted)
    • Windows Server
    • Linux
    • Portal
    • IaaS | PaaS services
    • Cloud infrastructure
    • [powered by Windows Server, System Center, and Azure technologies]
    • App innovation
  27. Slide 28

    • Introducing the Microsoft Azure Stack
    • Microsoft Private Cloud
    • (on-premises/hosted)
    • Microsoft Azure Stack
    • (on premises | hosted)
    • Windows Server
    • Linux
    • Portal
    • IaaS | PaaS services
    • Cloud infrastructure
    • [powered by Windows Server, System Center, and Azure technologies]
    • Cloud-consistent service delivery
    • Cloud-optimized application platform
    • Cloud-inspired hybrid infrastructure
  28. Slide 29

    • Azure Consistent APIs
    • Infrastructure-agnostic approach
    • Enables dynamic generation during the deployment phase
    • Each object represented by independent resource type
    • The magic between service delivery and SDDC
    • IaaS | PaaS
    • STORAGE
    • NETWORK
    • Resource provider(s)
    • COMPUTE
    • STORAGE
    • NETWORK
    • Resource provider(s)
    • COMPUTE
    • Resource provider(s)
    • PAAS
    • North America
    • Europe
    • APAC
  29. Slide 30

    • Azure Resource Manager
    • Declarative, template-driven approach
    • Serves to orchestrate deployment across different resources
    • Maps configuration to resource settings
    • Central end point to:
    • Deploy models for cloud service resources
    • Manage lifetime and global properties of cloud services
    • Storage
    • Describe
    • Deploy
    • Control
    • Network
    • Compute
    • Database
    • App
  30. Slide 31

    • Azure Resource Manager
    • Consistency between cloud and on premises
    • Seamless service delivery across Azure and datacenters
    • Centralized deployment
    • Write once, deploy anywhere
    • Gallery
    • ARM
    • ARM
    • AZURE
    • DATACENTER
    • Consistency
    • Describe
    • Deploy
    • Control
  31. Slide 32

    • Azure Resource Manager
    • Consistency between cloud and on premises
    • Seamless service delivery across Azure and datacenters
    • Centralized deployment
    • Write once, deploy anywhere
    • Gallery
    • ARM
    • ARM
    • AZURE
    • DATACENTER
    • Consistency
    • Describe
    • Deploy
    • Control
  32. Azure Consistent Service Delivery Overview

    Slide 33 - Azure Consistent Service Delivery Overview

    • Platform Vision & Strategy
    • May 4
    • 1:30 PM | Room S106
  33. Slide 34

    • Containers
    • A new approach to build, ship, deploy, and instantiate modern applications
    • Self-contained abstraction mechanism
    • Enabling lightweight, composable, and portable applications
    • Flexible levels of isolation
    • Application
    • framework
    • WindowsServer
    • Windowscontainer images
    • Hyper-V
    • container
    • Windows Server
    • Windows Server
    • container
    • Write once, deploy anywhere
    • Containermanagement
    • Others
    • PowerShell
    • Container run times
  34. Slide 35

    • Containers
    • A new approach to build, ship, deploy, and instantiate modern applications
    • Self-contained abstraction mechanism
    • Enabling lightweight, composable, and portable applications
    • Flexible levels of isolation
    • Application
    • framework
    • WindowsServer
    • Windowscontainer images
    • Hyper-V
    • container
    • Windows Server
    • Windows Server
    • container
    • Write once, deploy anywhere
    • Containermanagement
    • Others
    • PowerShell
    • Container run times
  35. Slide 36

    • Nano Server
    • Headless Windows Server option
    • Cloud Platform infrastructure
    • Born-in-the-cloud applications
    • Follow the Server Core pattern
    • Next Step in Our Cloud Journey
    • Nano Server
    • Server Core
    • Minimum Server Interface
    • GUI Shell
  36. Slide 37

    • Nano Server
    • Headless Windows Server option
    • Cloud Platform infrastructure
    • Born-in-the-cloud applications
    • Follow the Server Core pattern
    • Next Step in Our Cloud Journey
    • Nano Server
    • Server Core
    • Minimum Server Interface
    • GUI Shell
  37. Slide 38

    • Microsoft Azure Service FabricA platform for reliable, hyperscale, microservice-based applications
    • Azure
    • Windows
    • Server
    • Linux
    • Hosted Clouds
    • Windows
    • Server
    • Linux
    • Service Fabric
    • Private Clouds
    • Windows
    • Server
    • Linux
    • High Availability
    • Hyper-Scaling
    • Hybrid Operations
    • High Density
    • Microservices
    • Rolling Upgrades
    • Stateful services
    • Low Latency
    • Fast startup & shutdown
    • Container Orchestration & lifecycle management
    • Auto Replication & Failover
    • Actor programming model
    • Load balancing
    • Self-healing
    • Data Partitioning
    • Automated Rollback
    • Health Monitoring
    • Placement Constraints
  38. Slide 39

    • Server Application Development
    • Deep refactoring
    • Client stack for RDS
    • Developers target Server or Nano Server
    • Deploy to Physical, Virtual or Containers
    • RDS
    • Local admin tools
    • Physical, Virtual Containers
    • Nano Server
    • Windows Server
    • Client experience
    • (Server w/a GUI)
  39. Managing the hybrid cloud

    Slide 40 - Managing the hybrid cloud

  40. Jeremy Winter

    Slide 41 - Jeremy Winter

  41. Slide 42

    • Managementas a Service
    • Micro-services
    • and containers
    • Shifting landscape at play
    • Modern management
    • Data analytics
    • Cloud Migrations
  42. Slide 43

    • as a service
    • Enterprise desktop
    • Server
    • proliferation
    • Workload
    • virtualization
    • Private and hybrid
    • Modern management
    • Heterogeneous
    • Open platform
    • Cloud-inspired
    • Time to value
    • Improved productivity
    • Solution oriented
    • Evolving with our customers
    • System Center
    • for the
    • datacenter
    • Microsoft
    • management services
    • A long-term partner you can bet with
  43. Slide 44

    • Innovation through
    • cloud cadence
    • Hybrid and Heterogeneous
    • Azure | O365 | AWS
    • System Center
    • Monitor | Automate | Provision | Protect | Self-service
    • Starting the journey | Modern management
    • Linux
    • VMWare
    • Storage
    • Network
    • Log Analytics
    • Automation
    • Disaster recovery
    • Backup
    • OperationsManagement Suite
    • System Center foundation
  44. Slide 45

    • Introducing Operations Management Suite
    • SaaS management offering that works with any cloud
    • Azure
    • Windows
    • Server(VM)
    • Windows
    • Server(VM)
    • Windows
    • Server(VM)
    • Windows
    • Server(VM)
    • Linux(VM)
    • Amazon Web Services
    • Windows
    • Server(VM)
    • Windows
    • Server(VM)
    • Linux(VM)
    • Linux(VM)
    • Linux(VM)
    • Private clouds (Azure Stack, VMware, OpenStack)
    • Windows
    • Server
    • (Guest)
    • Windows
    • Server
    • (Guest)
    • Windows
    • Server
    • (Guest)
    • Windows
    • Server
    • (Guest)
    • Linux(Guest)
    • Operations
    • Management Suite
  45. Innovation pipeline

    Slide 46 - Innovation pipeline

    • Linux
    • Patching
    • Inventory
    • Wire Data
    • Remote OS management
    • Configuration
    • Containers
    • Alerting
    • CMDB
    • Analytics | Automation | Recovery >>
    • Security | Update | Change | Dashboards >>
    • Operations
    • Management Suite
  46. Slide 47

    • System Center
    • Operations
    • Management Suite
    • Choice in licensing
    • On-premises IT requirements
    • Continue existing investments
    • Cloud migration over time
    • Traditional management scenarios
    • Component customization
    • IT cloud ready –IT MaaS
    • Reducing opex/capex
    • Unified management across clouds
    • Modern: log analytics, multi-cloud
    • Extend existing System Center
    • Flexible licensing options
    • Easing the transition
    • Pay as you go
    • Cloud Suite Add-On
    • Choice in solutions
    • Cloud or On-premises
    • Retool at your pace
  47. Slide 48

    • What's new in Microsoft System Center
    • Platform Vision & Strategy
    • May 5
    • 5:00 PM | Room E351