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EC2 pricing starts at roughly a nickel per small Linux-based instance (CPU) hour, up to about half a dollar on a high-end Linux instance.6 S3 pricing is about $0.15 per GB per month, scaling downward as more storage is used.
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Microsoft s Azure is IaaS in the same way as Amazon EC2, but it also has other services that operate more at the PaaS level. Many of Microsoft s end-user applications are being recast to run in the cloud. As a result, increasingly, this overall platform is trying to reach the SaaS level to head off Google s thrust against Microsoft Office with the Google Docs and Google Apps SaaS offerings. The box labeled Windows Azure in figure 2.6 is Windows Server 2008 modified to run in the cloud environment. This means it was paravirtualized to make it run efficiently in the virtualized environment created by running Microsoft s Hypervisor on bare hardware in Microsoft s cloud data centers. Internally, the OS layer derived from Windows Server 2008 consists of four pillars: storage (like a file system); the fabric controller, which is a management system for modeling/deploying and provisioning; virtualized computation/VM; and a development environment, which allows developers to emulate Windows Azure on their desktop and plug in Visual Studio, Eclipse, or other tools to write cloud applications against it. Because of this architecture, you merely have to deploy Azure on a single machine; then, you can duplicate multiple instances of it on the rest of the servers in the cloud using virtualization technology.
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Figure 2.6 The Windows Azure architecture and framework. At the bottom level is the Windows Azure operating system. This runs in the virtualization environment created by Microsoft s Hypervisor running on bare hardware. At the top layer are end-user applications, which Microsoft is recasting to be delivered as SaaS. Source: Microsoft.
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The Windows Azure API is a REST-based API that uses X.509 client certificates for authentication. Table 2.8 lists a portion of the API, giving you an idea of how applications running in the Azure cloud are manipulated and controlled. This is the set of calls related to performing operations on hosted services. Similar to Amazon, a set of building-block services run on top of Azure creating Microsoft s PaaS capabilities. The initial set of services includes the following:
Live Services SQL Services .Net Services SharePoint Services CRM Services
You can treat these lower-level services as APIs they have no user interface elements when constructing cloud applications. Azure pricing is comparable to Amazon with computing time set at $0.12 per hour, storage at $0.15 per GB, and storage transactions at $0.01 per 10 KB. For the structured database, fees for the web edition are set at up to 1 GB relational database at $9.99 per month and for the business edition up to 10 GB relational database at $99.99 per month. A tiered, all-you-can-eat (within limits) model is said to be coming.
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Table 2.8 A portion of the RESTful Windows Azure API Service List Hosted Services Description Lists the hosted services available under the current subscription.
GET https://management.core.windows.net/<subscription-id>/services/ hostedservices Get Hosted Service Properties Retrieves system properties for the specified hosted service. These properties include the service name and service type; the name of the affinity group to which the service belongs, or its location if it isn t part of an affinity group; and, optionally, information about the service s deployments.
GET https://management.core.windows.net/<subscription-id>/services/ hostedservices/ <service-name> Create Deployment Uploads a new service package and creates a new deployment on staging or production.
POST https://management.core.windows.net/<subscription-id>/services/ hostedservices/ <service-name>/deploymentslots/<deployment-slot-name> Get Deployment May be specified as follows. Note that you can delete a deployment either by specifying the deployment slot (staging or production) or by specifying the deployment s unique name.
GET https://management.core.windows.net/<subscription-id>/services/ hostedservices/ <service-name>/deploymentslots/<deployment-slot>/ GET https://management.core.windows.net/<subscription-id>/services/ hostedservices/ <service-name>/deployments/<deployment-name>/ Swap Deployment Initiates a virtual IP swap between the staging and production deployment slots for a service. If the service is currently running in the staging environment, it s swapped to the production environment. If it s running in the production environment, it s swapped to staging. This is an asynchronous operation whose status must be checked using Get Operation Status.
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