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Wirlassen den Kunden die Wahl wiesie Software beziehenmöchten und wiesieihre IT managenmöchtenDem Anwendernietenwir die unterschiedlichenZugriffsmöglichkeitenUnerschiedlichsteDeplomentSzenarienentsprechend der BedürfnisseOn premiseHosted through partnerLizenzierungenentsprechendangepasst, welchedieseFlexibilitätnahtlosunterstützen.Presenter ScriptOur software-plus-services strategy is the key to how we will deliver on our vision across the PC, Web, and phone. This is an area that I think is pivotal to our Dynamic IT strategy. At Microsoft, we believe that your preference for how you deploy and use software and manage your IT environment will be as unique as your business. Our software-plus-services approach is about giving you the power of choice: enabling you to provide a seamless experience for users while choosing the level of control and flexibility that is right for your organization, through on-premises software deployment, cloud-based services, or an integrated hybrid of the two.On-premises, or customer-hosted, deployment has been the traditional licensing and deployment model for decades. We believe that for some specific applications, for some specific pieces of data, and for some specific users, most companies (though not all) will want to control certain elements. Our on-premises platform gives you complete control of your IT environment, provides the maximum security for your sensitive data, and enables custom application development to meet your unique business needs. Cloud-based services, providing rapid scalability and advanced manageability, enable you to subscribe to enterprise-class software hosted by Microsoft and solutions from our broad ecosystem of partners. Subscribing to online services can help you reduce costs, overcome IT skill shortages, and ensure that your organization always benefits from the latest technology. The online services model helps reduce costs and minimize total cost of ownership (TCO) in two key ways:Reducing capital expenditure, by removing hardware and datacenter costs and simplifying the planning and deployment effortMinimizing ongoing operating expenses, by reducing the administrative and management burdenMicrosoft Online Services today offers an extension of many of our best-in-class enterprise server solutions including Microsoft Exchange Online, Microsoft SharePoint® Online, Microsoft Office Communications Online, and Microsoft Dynamics™ CRM Online. In October 2008, we announced that we are also extending our core developer platform and .NET programming model to the cloud with a set of developer services called the Microsoft Azure™ Services Platform. The Azure Services Platform is an Internet-scale cloud computing and services platform hosted in Microsoft data centers; it provides a range of functionality to build applications that span from consumer Web to enterprise scenarios. The Azure Services Platform extends the Microsoft Windows® programming model to include cloud computing scenarios, ensuring that the developer skills that exist on our platform today continue to be relevant in the world of cloud computing. Our partners play a key role in offering you deployment choice. Where you choose on-premises deployment, they can support you through systems integration, custom application development, and value-added solutions. For cloud-based services, you can choose between Microsoft-hosted services through Microsoft Online Services and partner-hosted services. In areas where Microsoft has deep expertise, such as with Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM, we're building the capacity and capability to host it for you, and we currently have some very large pilots underway with companies such as Coca-Cola, Autodesk, Ingersoll-Rand, and Energizer. We’re also enabling partner hosting where partners represent specific expertise, such as Accenture, EDS, HP, and even IBM, and other partners that offer value-added services. In addition, we recognize the reality that most of our customers are managing a heterogeneous environment and want to reduce the cost of running a mixed IT environment. At Microsoft, we are committed to achieving greater interoperability and making it easier to integrate Microsoft software into your existing environment—through innovative products, community engagement, technology access, and support for technology standards.Our focus is on giving customers flexibility and choice in deployment, and given the breadth of our offerings, we are one of a very few companies in the world that can execute across such a broad array of services and experiences. Our investments on the services side are designed to extend the Microsoft experience from the desktop to new devices and across the Web and provide customers with choice. And be assured that as our services offerings evolve, we will continue to innovate around our licensing model to ensure that the licensing process is as easy and streamlined as possible. We believe that the industry shift to software-plus-services is one of the most significant shifts in technology that we'll see, and our strategy of offering deployment choice and flexibility is central to our goal of helping customers realize a Dynamic IT infrastructure to reduce costs and accelerate agility.But that choice is a relatively new one, and you may be wondering how to make it. What are the key criteria you should consider? What are the benefits of taking some or all of your users to an online deployment? Today I want to share some ways you can look at that choice – to help you determine whether online is the right strategy for some or all of your business. Additional Presenter GuidanceTo find more information on our software-plus-services strategy, visit: http://infoweb2007/softwareplusservices. For more information on interoperability, visit http://www.microsoft.com/interop and download the business decision maker (BDM) and technical decision maker (TDM) presentations:BDM: http://arsenalcontent/redirectURL.aspx?ContentID=154743&Url=Powerpoint%20Presentations/BDM%20Interop%20Discussion05122008105606/BDM%20Interop%20Discussion.pptx&portal=officesystemTDM:http://arsenalcontent/redirectURL.aspx?ContentID=154742&Url=Powerpoint%20Presentations/TDM%20Interop%20Discussion05122008104807/TDM%20Interop%20Discussion.pptx&portal=officesystem
DiehieraufgeführtenDatencentersindöffentlichbekannt, Die Daten der EuropäischenBenutzer in 2 RechenzentrenDublin: 1. July 200928’000Quadratmeter (4 Fussballfelder), 5.4MW (1 Million Energiesparlampen)Ausgebaut auf 22 MW (4 M Lampen)80% des StrombedarfsauserneuerbarenResourcengeneriert50% EnergieeffizienteralstraditionelleTotal hat Microsoft bisher 2.3 Milliarden $ in die Cloud InfrastrukturinvestiertDie Daten von Benutzernunserer Cloud Services in Europa werden in zweiRechenzentrengespeichert. DieseRechenzentrensind geo-redudant und befindensich in Dublin in Irland und in Amsterdam in Holland. Das Rechenzentrum in Irlandwurde am 1. Juli 2009 in Betriebgenommen. Die ersteAusbauphaseumfasste 28’000 Quadratmeter, was in etwa 4 Fussballfeldernentspricht. Das Rechenzentrumwirdlaufendausgebaut. Die ersteAusbauphase des Rechenzentrumsliefert 5.4MW Leistung. Die entsprichtetwa der Leistungsaufnahme von biszu 1’000’000 typischenEnergiesparlampen. Die Leistungwirdmit den nächstenAusbauschritten auf biszu 22MW ausgebaut. Das würdedannmehrals 4’000’000 Energissparlampenentsprechen. 80% des StrombedarfswirdübrigensauserneuerbarenResourcengeneriert und das Rechenzentrumist 50% Energieeffizienterals traditional erstellteRechenzentren.Total habenwirals 2.3 Mia. Dollar in unsere Cloud Infrastrukturinvestiert.Approved datacenter locations for external public disclosure: Microsoft has more than 10, less than 100 DCs worldwide.Key Points:We have invested $2.3B in cloud infrastructure.There are more than 9000 Microsoft Partners how can host. Over 40% of all hosters do so on the Microsoft platform.Script:Multi-billion dollar datacenter investment700,000+ square foot Chicago and the 300,000+ square foot Dublin, Ireland data centersAmsterdam, Hong Kong, Japan, and Singapore planned$2.3B invested in cloud infrastructureGeo-replicated customer dataPublic and private cloud flexibility30,000 engineers working on cloud servicesMicrosoft cloud services provide the reliability and security you expect for your business: 99.9% uptime SLA, 24/7 support. Microsoft understands the needs of businesses with respect to security, data privacy, compliance and risk management, and identity and access control. Microsoft datacenters are ISO 27001:2005 accredited, with SAS 70 Type I and Type II attestations.Choose hosting by Microsoft or a Microsoft partner. There are more than 9000 Microsoft hosting providers and more than 40% of all hosting providers worldwide are hosting with Microsoft products.
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