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Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud and is often the starting point for your first week using AWS. This session will introduce these concepts, ...

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud and is often the starting point for your first week using AWS. This session will introduce these concepts, along with the fundamentals of EC2, by employing an agile approach that is made possible by the cloud. Attendees will experience the reality of what a first week on EC2 looks like from the perspective of someone deploying an actual application on EC2. You will follow them as they progress from deploying their entire application from an EC2 AMI on day 1 to more advanced features and patterns available in EC2 by day 5. Throughout the process we will identify cloud best practices that can be applied to your first week on EC2 and beyond.

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AWS Canberra WWPS Summit 2013 - Cloud Computing with AWS: Introduction to AWS Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 2013 AWS WWPS SummitCanberra, AustraliaCloud Computing with AWS: An IntroductionSimon ElishaPrincipal Solutions Architect
  • 2. 2013 AWS WWPS Summit,Canberra – May 23Agenda• Services Overview• Demonstration• AWS Support
  • 3. Utility computing
  • 4. Utility computingOn demand Pay as you goUniform Available
  • 5. On demand Pay as you goUniform AvailableUtility computing
  • 6. Utility computing
  • 7. ComputeStorageSecurityScalingDatabaseNetworkingMonitoringMessagingWorkflowDNSLoad BalancingBackupCDNOn demand Pay as you goUniform AvailableUtility computing
  • 8. On a global footprintRegionUS-WEST (N. California) EU-WEST (Ireland)ASIA PAC (Tokyo)ASIA PAC (Singapore)US-WEST (Oregon)SOUTH AMERICA (Sao Paulo)US-EAST (Virginia)GOV CLOUDASIA PAC (Sydney)
  • 9. Availability ZoneOn a global footprint
  • 10. Edge LocationsDallas(2)St.LouisMiamiJacksonvilleLos Angeles (2)Palo AltoSeattleAshburn(2)NewarkNew York (2)DublinLondon(2)AmsterdamStockholmFrankfurt(2)Paris(2)Singapore(2)Hong KongTokyoSao PauloSouth BendSan JoseOsakaMilanSydneyOn a global footprint
  • 11. At the end of a web serviceec2-run-instances ami-b232d0db--instance-count 3--availability-zone eu-west-1a--instance-type m1.smallec2-run-instances ami-b232d0db--instance-count 5--availability-zone eu-west-1c--instance-type m1.medium
  • 12. and rich console services
  • 13. AWS Services
  • 14. Compute StorageAWS Global InfrastructureDatabaseApp ServicesDeployment & AdministrationNetworkingReference Model
  • 15. Virtual Private CloudPrivate, isolated section of the AWS CloudLaunch resources in a virtual network that you define completecontrol over your virtual networking environmentInternetNetworkingCompute StorageAWS Global InfrastructureDatabaseApp ServicesDeployment & AdministrationNetworking
  • 16. VPN ConnectionA Hardware VPN connection connects amazon environment to your datacenterInternet Protocol security (IPSec) VPN connectionCommonly used hardware supportedInternetNetworkingCompute StorageAWS Global InfrastructureDatabaseApp ServicesDeployment & AdministrationNetworking
  • 17. Direct ConnectDedicated connection between your IT infrastructure and the AWS datacentersExtend your network infrastructure and VLANs into AWSNetworkingCompute StorageAWS Global InfrastructureDatabaseApp ServicesDeployment & AdministrationNetworking
  • 18. Vertical ScalingFrom $0.02/hrElastic Compute Cloud (EC2)Basic unit of compute capacityRange of CPU, memory & local disk options17 Instance types available, from micro to cluster computeFeature DetailsFlexible Run windows or Linux distributionsScalable Wide range of instance types from micro tocluster compute; run any image on any size VMMachine Images Configurations can be saved as machineimages (AMIs) from which new instances canbe createdFull control Full root or administrator rightsSecure Full firewall control via Security GroupsMonitoring Publishes metrics to CloudWatchInexpensive On-demand, Reserved and Spot instance typesVM Import/Export Import and export VM images totransfer configurations in andout of EC2ComputeCompute StorageAWS Global InfrastructureDatabaseApp ServicesDeployment & AdministrationNetworking
  • 19. Auto-scalingAutomatic re-sizing of compute clusters based upon demandTrigger auto-scalingpolicyFeature DetailsControl Define minimum and maximum instance poolsizes and when scaling and cool down occursIntegrated toCloudWatchUse metrics gathered by CloudWatch to drivescalingInstance types Run auto scaling for on-demand instances andspot. Compatible with VPCas-create-auto-scaling-group MyGroup--launch-configuration MyConfig--availability-zones eu-west-1a--min-size 4--max-size 200ComputeCompute StorageAWS Global InfrastructureDatabaseApp ServicesDeployment & AdministrationNetworking
  • 20. ComputeCompute StorageAWS Global InfrastructureDatabaseApp ServicesDeployment & AdministrationNetworkingElastic Compute Cloud (EC2)Basic unit of compute capacityRange of CPU, memory & local disk options17 Instance types available, from micro to cluster computeAuto-scalingAutomatic re-sizing of compute clusters based upon demandElastic Load BalancingCreate highly scalable applicationsDistribute load across EC2 instances in multiple AZsElastic MapReduceHosted Hadoop frameworkWeb-scale infrastructure, no installationFlexibility to use third-party tools (Hive, Pig, MapR, etc)
  • 21. StorageCompute StorageAWS Global InfrastructureDatabaseApp ServicesDeployment & AdministrationNetworkingS3 - Durable storage, any object99.999999999% durability of objectsUnlimited storage of objects of any typeFrom 1B to 5TB size per objectElastic Block StoreHigh performance block storage virtual devices1GB to 1TB in sizeMount as drives to instances (including boot drive)Import/ExportLarge-scale data transferUtilizes portable storage devicesStorage GatewayOn-premises software applianceSecure upload of data to AWS for Disaster Recovery
  • 22. DatabaseCompute StorageAWS Global InfrastructureDatabaseApp ServicesDeployment & AdministrationNetworkingRelational Database ServiceDatabase delivered to users as a fully managed serviceNo need to install or manage database instancesScalable and fault tolerant configurationsDynamoDBProvisioned throughput fully managed NoSQL databaseFast, predictable performanceFully distributed, fault tolerant architectureElastiCacheIn-memory delivered to users as a serviceNo need to install or manage Memcached clustersScalable, cost effective and “drop-in” compatibleRedshiftPetabyte-scale data warehouse serviceFast, fully managedScalable, low cost
  • 23. Application servicesCompute StorageAWS Global InfrastructureDatabaseApp ServicesDeployment & AdministrationNetworkingAmazon SQSReliable, highly scalable, queue service for storing messages as they travelbetween instancesSimple WorkflowReliably coordinate processing steps across applicationsIntegrate AWS and non-AWS resourcesManage distributed state in complex systemsCloud SearchElastic search engine based on Amazon A9 search engineFully managed service with sophisticated feature setScales automaticallyCloudFrontWorld-wide content distribution networkEasily distribute content to end users with low latency, high data transferspeeds, and no commitment
  • 24. Deployment & adminCompute StorageAWS Global InfrastructureDatabaseApp ServicesDeployment & AdministrationNetworkingElastic BeanstalkOne-click deployment from Eclipse, Visual Studio and GitRapid deployment of applicationsAll AWS resources automatically createdCloud FormationAutomate creation of ‘stacks’ in a repeatable wayScripting framework for AWS resource creationIdentity & Access ManagementGranular control of user rights with AWSAutomated granting of EC2 service rightsSoftware Developer KitsComprehensive support of programming models for using AWS services
  • 25. Compute & NetworkingEC2Virtual Servers in the CloudVPCVirtual Secure NetworkELBLoad balancing ServiceAuto ScalingAutomatically scale up and downElastic MapReduceManaged Hadoop FrameworkDirect ConnectDedicated Network Connection to AWSRoute 53Scalable Domain Name SystemStorage and Content DeliveryS3Scalable Storage in the CloudEBSNetworked Attached Block DeviceCloudFrontGlobal Content Delivery NetworkGlacierArchive Storage in the CloudStorage GatewayIntegrates On-Premises IT with Cloud StorageImport ExportShip Large DatasetsDatabaseDynamoDBPredictable and Scalable NoSQL Data StoreElastiCacheIn-Memory CacheRDSManaged Relational DatabaseRedshiftManaged Petabyte-Scale Data WarehouseDeployment & ManagementCloudFormationTemplated AWS Resource CreationCloudWatchResource and Application MonitoringData PipelineOrchestration for Data-Driven WorkflowsElastic BeanstalkAWS Application ContainerIAMSecure AWS Access ControlOpsWorksDevOps Application Management ServiceApp ServicesCloudSearchManaged Search ServiceElastic TranscoderEasy-to-use Scalable Media TranscodingSESEmail Sending ServiceSNSPush Notification ServiceSQSMessage Queue ServiceSWFWorkflow Service for Coordinating App ComponentsCross-ServiceSupportPhone & email fast-response 24X7 SupportMarketplaceBull and Sell Software and AppsManagement ConsoleUI to manage AWS servicesSDKs, IDE kits and CLIsDevelop , integrate and manage services
  • 26. Demonstration
  • 27. AWS SupportSteven Day – Site Leader, AWS Support
  • 28. 2013 AWS WWPS Summit,Canberra – May 23Built on top of Legacy of Customer Obsession
  • 29. 2013 AWS WWPS Summit,Canberra – May 23AWS Support is a Global Organizationwith an Australian presenceCurrent Sites2013 ExpansionRemote TAMOur team consists ofprofessional, highly skilledengineers with locations inNorth America, Europe,Australia, Asia and Africa.
  • 30. 2013 AWS WWPS Summit,Canberra – May 23Support Product FeatureMatrix• Different levels of support tomatch the support needs of ourcustomers
  • 31. 2013 AWS WWPS Summit,Canberra – May 23More Than Just Break-fix• AWS Support is much more than traditional, reactive troubleshooting.• In addition to 24/7/365 reactive break-fix with highly skilled engineers,support subscriptions includes an unlimited number of cases to:1. Help you get started with AWS2. Get recommendations to be more secure, lower cost, and more available3. Discuss your architecture and best practices4. Ask questions on how to successfully integrate the 150+ annual AWS featurereleases5. Configuration help for a growing list of 3rd Party Software
  • 32. 2013 AWS WWPS Summit,Canberra – May 23Support Center & Trusted Advisor APIs• Customers can use their existing ticketing systems to manage theirsupport cases, receive case updates, and access AWS TA results.• April 30th: Announcing General Availability of Support Center andTrusted Advisor APIs
  • 33. 2013 AWS WWPS SummitCanberra, Australia