Get Started on Azure with Puppet
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Get Started on Azure with Puppet
Sales Presentation DeckMay 2016 v26
AgendaIntroductionsMicrosoft Open Source Software JourneyPuppet + AzureResourcesQ+A
Presented byClaudia Del Hierro GutierrezSolutions Architect, MicrosoftKenaz KwaSr. Product Manager, Puppet
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Microsoft + Open Source Momentum
Dead and buried: Microsoft's holy war on open-source software
Years ago, Microsoft's CEO described open source as a cancer. Times have changed. Just ask 22-year Redmond veteran and open-source proponent Mark Hill.
Redmond top man Satya Nadella: 'Microsoft LOVES Linux
Microsoft: the Open Source Company
This is not your dads Microsoft
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols
Source: Tweet by John Papa (Google Developer Expert, Microsoft Regional Director and MVP)
Azure Container Service is different and offers the broadest hint yet that Microsoft wants to build real products with open source, not merely leverage it where it's convenient
[Script]: Weve seen some major milestones recently in working with open source communities and in delivering an open cloud platform. From significantly increased engagement with open source developers to making the full server-side .NET stack open source and betting big on Docker containers, were showing that openness is ingrained in our approach to business. As we help our customers and partners on their journey to the cloud, we at Microsoft believe that an open approach is the only way to help them take full advantage of cloud services, while leveraging existing investments.
Microsoft Azure is an Open CloudIf you look at Azure, you can be on the Mac, use Node to build a first-class Azure app, you can be in Python, you can be in PHPObviously, we have Linux in terms of a guest operating system.This all adds to the flexibility and richness of the platform.
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10+ Years of Open Source Involvement
Docker on Microsoft Azure
[Script]: This hasnt happened overnight. These recent announcements are part of a sustained commitment has been going on for more than 10 years now, working with open source communities and ensuring open source software runs with high performance on our platforms. For example, we have been investing in building a first-class implementation of PHP on Windows for many years, which has enabled us to deliver a Azure Web Apps offering that includes high performance, hyper-scale PHP support.
The world is changing, and its changing fast. Let me share with you where Microsoft is focused for the future.
Your Infrastructure is a Function of TimeHow do you plot your journey to the cloud?
The Landscape of Now!
[Script]: When customers are considering a move to the cloud, they obviously start with the infrastructure they have in placeand this can include many different technologies, including open source software (OSS), which have been acquired over the years, as well as different standards, frameworks, and programming languages. We call this the Landscape of Now. This isnt a bad thing, but its a management challenge as customers consider their cloud strategies.
As a result, customers have many questions: How do we standardize? How do we make sure that we are betting on the right technology? What about security and privacy? Do we have the right skills in place?
It is our mission to empower our customers to achieve more by helping them answer these questions and guiding them through their journey to the cloud on the Microsoft platform. So, how do we do that?
The Microsoft Open ApproachFor your journey to the cloud
To Provide a Trusted Cloud
Freedom to Choose
Freedom to Change
Vibrant LocalIT Economy
Open Source EcosystemEngagement
Privacy & Control
[Do not read this comment to the customer: This is the most important slide in this deck. It has been precisely crafted based on customer and partner feedback to make a VERY strong argument that puts Microsoft ahead of AWS and Google cloud services. It uses the very powerful, proven approach of establishing the uniquely WHY Microsoft (Empowering Customers) vs. AWS and Google and aligning Microsoft with some of the traditional customer preference drivers for open source, such as choice, freedom, and investment into the local economy.
The 2nd pillar then explains HOW we build our cloud services (Enabling Choice) which gives us an opportunity to dispel myths about our openness and establish ourselves as equals to AWS and Google in our commitment to x-platform support, interoperability and use of open standards and open source software.
Finally we explain the WHAT we deliver as a cloud service (A Trusted Cloud) where we have a very strong message, far superior to AWS and Google, which aligns our cloud offering with the customer preference drivers for data privacy & security and having transparency of how we access & manage their data.
The script below includes proof points for each of the bullets on the slide but we have also included additional hidden slides containing many more proof/data points, which will give you more background and help you have a more fruitful conversation with your customer. Additionally, see the corresponding hidden slides that have additional proof points / data points for you to be aware of for each of the pillars on this slide. This will make you more educated and have a more fruitful conversation with your customer.]
[Script]: Our open approach is designed to help customers realize the value of their open source investments with our trusted cloud.
[Click to reveal the Empowering Customers pillar] At the core of this approach is the concept of empowering our customers. From Microsofts very first day weve been all about empowering customers. In the early days our tagline was Making it Easier and later we switched to helping you Realize your Potential and you saw in an earlier slide that today were all about Empowering you to achieve more. We empower you by giving you the freedom to choose the technologies you want to use in our cloud, and then by giving you the freedom to change not just technologies, but solution provides, vendors and deployment models. Were all about empowering you to take your journey to the cloud and to be able to switch between cloud and on-premise so you can optimize your value based on your mix of security, privacy, performance and cost variables. And lastly, we empower you by giving you a choice of partners through our continued commitment to build a vibrant local IT economy in every country, including local open source specialist partners. Our investment into building the Microsoft partner community in each country has tremendous economic benefit because for every dollar earned by Microsoft, the local Microsoft Partner community earns more than eight dollars through product and services fees. In addition, our ongoing commitment to citizenship has result in extensive investments in this country, far outweighing anything that AWS or Google have managed to do and this is the same in every other country we operate.
In summary, Empowering customers is about Freedom of choice, its about Freedom to change and move your data where you chose to put it, its about the maximum value at the lowest possible cost based on your risk profile and its about stimulating your local economy.
[Click to reveal the Enabling Choice pillar] We are able to provide this choice because of our commitment to x-platform support to both Windows, Linux, as well as our commitment to other device platforms like IoS, Android. You have probably seen how we have recently re-engineered some of our flagship products and services like Office and One-Note and OneDrive and made them readily available on IoS and Android. We participate in over 150 standards bodies and 400 standards working groups to help in defining the open standards and to give us the opportunity to leverage those open standards so that our services can be accessed via open protocols and data formats from any operating system or programming language. Furthermore, we are supporting a variety of other languages, run-times, web servers, databases, and so forth on our cloud platforms, just as we do today on-premises. We also engage deeply with the global open source community and contribute to key open source projects. For example, the Azure engineering team has committed to engage, contribute and release open source code as part of our development process and has done so for the last 3 years, and we are key contributors to the Hadoop, Node.js and Linux projects. Finally, to illustra