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  • 1. AWS Summit 2014
  • 2. WELCOME @werner
  • 3. 8th Birthday Launched on March 14th, 2006
  • 4. Startups on AWS
  • 5. Enterprises on AWS
  • 6. Public Sector on AWS
  • 7. System Integrators on AWS
  • 8. ISVs on AWS
  • 9. Infrastructure-as-a-service Magic Quadrant 2013 “AWS is the overwhelming market share leader, with more than five times the compute capacity in use than the aggregate total of the other fourteen providers.” Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service,” Lydia Leong, Douglas Toombs, Bob Gill, Gregor Petri, Tiny Haynes, August 19, 2013. This Magic Quadrant graphic was published by Gartner, Inc. as part of a larger research note and should be evaluated in the context of the entire report. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner's research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.  
  • 10. “Increasingly, organizations are asking what can’t go to the cloud, rather than what can…” “[Enterprise customers are] skipping the years of early getting-their- feet-wet, and immediately jumping in with more significant projects, with more ambitious goals…” “As 2014 dawns, we’re moving into an era of truly mainstream adoption of cloud…”
  • 11. Why are companies adopting cloud computing and AWS so quickly?
  • 12. The primary reason businesses are moving so quickly to AWS and the cloud #1: Agility
  • 13. Why does agility matter?
  • 14. Storage Photos Music Hotels Magazines
  • 15. Old World: Infrastructure in weeks Enterprises Can’t Afford to Be Slow
  • 16. A Culture of Innovation: Experiment Often & Fail Without Risk
  • 17. “Want to increase innovation? " Lower the cost of failure" Joi Ito
  • 18. Mike Rogers Founder & CTO Siteminder
  • 19. •  Hotel  accommoda+on  industry   •  Distribu+on  pla5orm/hub   •  Help  hotels  manage  inventory   across  distribu+on  channels What we do
  • 20. •  Founded  late  2006   •  Angel  investors  on  board  mid  2007   •  500  hotel  customers  and  10  staff  by  end  of  2007   •  UK  office  opened  early  2010,  staff  of  around  25  worldwide,  2000  customers   •  $5  million  Series-­‐A  funding  with  Bailador  early  2012   •  By  end  of  2012  around  100  staff  and  over  5000  customers   •  Bangkok  office  opened  2012   •  $30  million  Series-­‐B  funding  with  TCV A brief history
  • 21. Where are we now? 12,500CLIENTS 137COUNTRIES 800CLIENTS / MONTH $5BILLION IN RESERVATIONS 5OFFICES 230STAFF
  • 22. Technical  landscape  early  2013…   •  50  physical  servers,  25  virtual  servers  hosted  in  3  data  centres   •  Mix  of  dedicated  and  co-­‐located   •  Core  tech  stack  is  Linux,  MySQL,  Apache,  Tomcat,  Grails,  Ruby  on  Rails     Pain  points…   •  Cost   •  Inflexibility   •  Provisioning  +mes   •  Exper+se   •  Mul+ple  vendors  and  infrastructures The road to AWS – The Prologue
  • 23. Why  change?   •  Pain  points   •  Series-­‐A  VC  funding  accelerated  growth  drama+cally   –  Rapid  scaling   –  Massive  costs  increase   –  Staffing  &  specialist  skills   Why  AWS?   •  Already  using  AWS  for  S3  and  ‘light’  EC2  du+es   •  Why  not?   •  Proven  pla5orm   The  final  straw  –  PCI The road to AWS – Catalyst for Change
  • 24. The road to AWS – The Great Migration Prepara+on   •  Very  high  risk  and  high  impact  project   •  Ability  to  test  thoroughly  was  crucial,  par+cularly  the  database   •  Comfort  in  ability  to  ‘overdo  it’  in  terms  of  resources   Execu+on   •  Services  migra+on  in  Sept  2013   •  Par+al  applica+on  migra+on  in  November  2013   –  Results  encouraging,  performance  increases   •  Complete  migra+on  in  January  2014
  • 25. The road to AWS – The New World •  Instant  provisioning,  instant  scaling.  What  it  says  on  the  box.   •  Strong  infrastructure  management  capabili+es   •  Team  focus  is  now  on  building  systems,  not  managing  hardware   •  Ability  to  fine  tune  performance  vs.  cost   •  Change  in  team  structure  &  skills  –  for  the  beger   •  APIs  like  Boto  are  massive  +me  savers   •  Reduced  dependency  on  hos+ng  provider  staff  and  skills   •  Some  services  like  RDS,  ELB  and  SES  don’t  fit  us  (at  the  moment)
  • 26. Where to next? We  are  s+ll  rela+vely  new  to  AWS  and  s+ll  bedding  in  but…     •  Already  prototyping  applica+on  solu+ons  using  SQS,  Elas+cache,  SES   •  Automa+c  server  provisioning  and  scaling  using  APIs   •  Moving  all  server  infrastructure  to  AWS,  not  just  produc+on  systems   •  Con+nuous  integra+on  and  deployment   •  Evalua+on  of  DynamoDB  for  applica+on  databases   •  …
  • 27. AWS Summit 2014
  • 28. A broad and deep platform helps customers" build sophisticated, scalable applications #2: Platform Breadth
  • 29. Regions Availability Zones Content Delivery POPs
  • 30. Regions Availability Zones Content Delivery POPs Storage Gateway S3 EBS Glacier Import/Export DynamoDB ElastiCache Storage Compute Databases RDS MySQL, PostgreSQL Oracle, SQL Server Elastic Load Balancer EC2 Auto Scaling
  • 31. Direct Connect Route 53 VPC Networking Regions Availability Zones Content Delivery POPs Storage Gateway S3 EBS Glacier Import/Export DynamoDB ElastiCache Storage Compute Databases RDS MySQL, PostgreSQL Oracle, SQL Server Elastic Load Balancer EC2 Auto Scaling
  • 32. Direct Connect Route 53 VPC Networking Analytics Data Pipeline Redshift EMR Kinesis SWF SNS SQS CloudSearch SES AppStream CloudFront Application Services WorkSpaces Regions Availability Zones Content Delivery POPs Storage Gateway S3 EBS Glacier Import/Export DynamoDB ElastiCache Storage Compute Databases RDS MySQL, PostgreSQL Oracle, SQL Server Elastic Load Balancer EC2 Auto Scaling
  • 33. Management & Administration IAM CloudWatch CloudTrail APIs and SDKs Management Console Cloud HSM Command Line Interface Direct Connect Route 53 VPC Networking Analytics Data Pipeline Redshift EMR Kinesis SWF SNS SQS CloudSearch SES AppStream CloudFront Application Services WorkSpaces Regions Availability Zones Content Delivery POPs Storage Gateway S3 EBS Glacier Import/Export DynamoDB ElastiCache Storage Compute Databases RDS MySQL, PostgreSQL Oracle, SQL Server Elastic Load Balancer EC2 Auto Scaling
  • 34. Elastic Beanstalk for Java, Node.js, Python, Ruby, PHP and .Net OpsWorks CloudFormation Containers & Deployment (PaaS) Management & Administration IAM CloudWatch CloudTrail APIs and SDKs Management Console Cloud HSM Command Line Interface Direct Connect Route 53 VPC Networking Analytics Data Pipeline Redshift EMR Kinesis SWF SNS SQS CloudSearch SES AppStream CloudFront Application Services WorkSpaces Regions Availability Zones Content Delivery POPs Storage Gateway S3 EBS Glacier Import/Export DynamoDB ElastiCache Storage Compute Databases RDS MySQL, PostgreSQL Oracle, SQL Server Elastic Load Balancer EC2 Auto Scaling
  • 35. Technology Partners Consulting Partners AWS Marketplace Ecosystem Elastic Beanstalk for Java, Node.js, Python, Ruby, PHP and .Net OpsWorks CloudFormation Containers & Deployment (PaaS) Management & Administration IAM CloudWatch CloudTrail APIs and SDKs Management Console Cloud HSM Command Line Interface Direct Connect Route 53 VPC Networking Analytics Data Pipeline Redshift EMR Kinesis SWF SNS SQS CloudSearch SES AppStream CloudFront Application Services WorkSpaces Regions Availability Zones Content Delivery POPs Storage Gateway S3 EBS Glacier Import/Export DynamoDB ElastiCache Storage Compute Databases RDS MySQL, PostgreSQL Oracle, SQL Server Elastic Load Balancer EC2 Auto Scaling
  • 36. Support Certification Training Professional Services Technology Partners Consulting Partners AWS Marketplace Ecosystem Elastic Beanstalk for Java, Node.js, Python, Ruby, PHP and .Net OpsWorks CloudFormation Containers & Deployment (PaaS) Management & Administration IAM CloudWatch CloudTrail APIs and SDKs Management Console Cloud HSM Command Line Interface Direct Connect Route 53 VPC Networking Analytics Data Pipeline Redshift EMR Kinesis SWF SNS SQS CloudSearch SES AppStream CloudFront Application Services WorkSpaces Regions Availability Zones Content Delivery POPs Storage Gateway S3 EBS Glacier Import/Export DynamoDB ElastiCache Storage Compute Databases RDS MySQL, PostgreSQL Oracle, SQL Server Elastic Load Balancer EC2 Auto Scaling
  • 37. Broad Set of Compute Instance Types… GPU enabled General purpose Memory optimized CR1 M2 Storage and IO optimized Compute optimized CC2 C1 HI1 HS1 CG1 M1
  • 38. G2 GPU enabled CG1 M3 General purpose M1 Memory optimized CR1 M2 I2 Storage and IO optimized HI1 HS1 C3 Compute optimized CC2 C1 Broad Set of Compute Instance Types…
  • 39. G2 GPU enabled M3 General purpose Memory optimized R3 CR1 M2 Storage and IO optimized C3 Compute optimized CC2 C1 I2 HI1 HS1 CG1 M1 Broad Set of Compute Instance Types…
  • 40. …Connected by a World-class Network High packets-per- second performance Low jitter EBS-optimized instances Virtual network interfaces Physical placement optimization Slow Fast High throughput," low latency
  • 41. 10 regions 26 availability zones 46 edge locations It’s Not Just Having Services in a Couple of Regions
  • 42. Unmatched platform and geographic breadth Speed to deployment + Support Virtually Every Use Case (for Today and Tomorrow) Analytics Management & Administration Networking Regions Availability Zones Content Delivery POPs Support Certification Training Professional Services Storage Compute Databases Application Services Containers & Deployment (PaaS) Ecosystem Technology Partners Consulting Partners AWS Marketplace
  • 43. ‘Miiverse’ & ‘StreetPass Relay’" on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS
  • 44. US Japan Europe Route 53 ‘Miiverse’ & ‘StreetPass Relay’" on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS Route 53: Latency-based routing across geographic regions and availability zones
  • 45. US Japan Europe Route 53 ‘Miiverse’ & ‘StreetPass Relay’" on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS Redshift Route 53: Latency-based routing across geographic regions and availability zones Redshift: Deep visibility into player behavior for StreetPass Relay
  • 46. Route 53 S3 CloudFront AZ1 AZ3 Elastic Load Balancer AZ2 EC2 with ENI EC2 with ENI EC2 with ENI AZ1 AZ3 Elastic Load Balancer AZ2 EC2 with ENI EC2 with ENI EC2 with ENI AZ1 AZ3 Elastic Load Balancer AZ2 EC2 with ENI EC2 with ENI EC2 with ENI US Japan Europe Redshift S3 CloudFront S3 CloudFront ‘Miiverse’ & ‘StreetPass Relay’" on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS Route 53: Latency-based routing across geographic regions and availability zones Redshift: Deep visibility into player behavior for StreetPass Relay VPC and ENI: Improved fault tolerance within VPC
  • 47. Curiosity live stream
  • 48. US West US East Europe EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 Route 53: Multi-region weighted round-robin distribution AWS Marketplace: Pre-configured Adobe Flash Media Server Route 53 Weighted round-robin ELB ELB ELB Curiosity live stream
  • 49. US West US East Europe EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 Route 53 Weighted round-robin ELB ELB ELB Curiosity live stream Route 53: Multi-region weighted round-robin distribution AWS Marketplace: Pre-configured Adobe Flash Media Server CloudFormation: Quickly deploy repeatable units of streaming capacity
  • 50. US West US East Europe EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 EC2 Route 53 Weighted round-robin ELB ELB ELB Curiosity live stream Route 53: Multi-region weighted round-robin distribution AWS Marketplace: Pre-configured Adobe Flash Media Server CloudFormation: Quickly deploy repeatable units of streaming capacity
  • 51. David Broeren Head of Digital & Online Channel Services, National Australia Bank
  • 52. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 + =
  • 53. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 Agile@NAB 2009 Continuous Delivery@NAB 2009 Laying the foundations
  • 54. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 NAB Artifactory" (2013) GitHub" (2011) Jenkins" (nee Hudson 2009)" …and getting the enterprise toolset right
  • 55. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 AWS
 CLOUD NAB 0:59:00 2 Data Centres ready 0:00:00 Infrastructure as code …we can finally take if for a run!
  • 56. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 AWS
 CLOUD NAB 0:59:00 2 Data Centres ready 0:00:00 Infrastructure as code 1:01:00 40 Servers Commissioned …we can finally take if for a run!
  • 57. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 AWS
 CLOUD NAB 0:59:00 2 Data Centres ready 0:00:00 Infrastructure as code 1:01:00 40 Servers Commissioned 1:02:00 nab.com.au deployed …we can finally take if for a run!
  • 58. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 TESTING IT OUT Bees with Machine Guns Deliberate, Simulated, Load, that triggers Auto-scaling ; then, Auto-scale-back.
  • 59. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 AWS
 CLOUD NAB
  • 60. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 AWS
 CLOUD NAB
  • 61. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 AWS
 CLOUD NAB Where do we run Bees with Machine Guns? In our Dev Environment
  • 62. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 PUTTING A MONKEY ON YOUR BACK Chaos Monkey Continuous, Deliberate, Random, Destruction and Repair.
  • 63. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 AWS
 CLOUD NAB
  • 64. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 AWS
 CLOUD NAB + Where do we run Chaos Monkey? In Production : 24 x 7 x 365
  • 65. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 SO WHAT? + = Development Operations Major Change"-------------------"" Minor Change = Remove threshold monitors + = Server loss: " "High Severity Incident ------------------------------- " "Information Event + Change Monitor Respond
  • 66. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 WE ARE NOT DONE = Development Operations Strive for “0” downtime" = Turn the lights off" when going home Disaster Recovery Optimise
  • 67. TECHNOLOGY – ITS & DOCS Joint Opportunity
 DOCS Technical Services Group : May, 2013 Our Purpose:
 Making it simple for our People and our Customers
  • 68. AWS Summit 2014
  • 69. #3: Continual Iteration and Innovation AWS continuously upgrades infrastructure, so you don’t have to
  • 70. A Rapid Pace of Innovation 24 48 61 82 159 280 2014: 80 New Features and Services Since January
  • 71. 56 new features since Feb 2013 IAM Redshift Elastic Map Reduce Data Pipeline Route 53 CloudFront CloudFormation Elastic Load Balancer EC2 S3 EBS DynamoDB Broad Features and Functionality for Each Service AppStream Kinesis Regional expansion to US West (Oregon) Support for temporary credentials when loading data from Amazon S3 Regional expansion to EU West (Dublin) SOC1/2/3 Compliance certification Ability to UNLOAD encrypted files in parallel to Amazon S3 Regional expansion to Asia Pacific (Tokyo) Support for JDBC fetch size to enable extraction of large data sets over JDBC/ODBC Enable logging of UNLOAD statements New built-in function to compute the SHA1 hash of a value Added support for UTF-8 characters up to 4 bytes in size Ability to share snapshots between accounts to simplify manageability. Support for statement timeouts to automatically terminate queries that exceeded allotted execution time Added support for timezone conversion in SQL Added support for datetime values expressed in milliseconds since EPOCH to simplify ingestion Simplified ingestion by automatically detecting date and time formats. Added support for automatic query timeouts to workload management queues. Enabled the use of wildcards when assigning queries to workload management queues. New built-in function to enable customers to calculate the CRC32 checksum of a value Console improvements to show progress bars for backup and restore operations. Added the ability to support IAM at the resource level allowing tight control of who can take what actions on which resources. Obtained PCI compliance Added the ability to substitute a customer chosen character for invalid UTF-8 characters to simplify ingestion Allowed customers to store JSON data in VARCHAR columns and added built-in functions to enable data extraction Added support for POSIX regex expressions when using SIMILAR to in SQL queries Added Cursor support to enable extraction of large data sets over ODBC connections Built-in function to enable splittin a string using a supplied delimiter to make parsing values easier Added system tables to enable logging of database activity for auditing Regional expansion to Asia Pacific (Singapore, Sydney) Enable customers to control cluster encryption keys by using an on premises hardware security module (HSM) or Amazon CloudHSM Enable customers to receive alerts via SNS for informational or error-related events for cluster monitoring, management, configuration and security. Integration with Canal to enable streaming data ingestion Copy from an arbitrary SSH connection enabling direct copy from Amazon EMR, HDFS, or any other database that supports SSH access and script execution Enable distributing tables to all compute nodes to speed up queries, especially those involving star or snowflake schemas Logging of database logins, failed logins, SQL execution and data loads to S3 and integration with CloudTrails for control plane events Enabled caching of database blocks to speed up access to frequently queried data Increase cluster concurrency limits from 15 to 50 to enable higher concurrent query execution Optimizations to resize code that lead to 2-4x improvement in resize performance Approximate COUNT DISTINCT using HyperLogLog giving 10-20x performance improvements with less than 1% error Enable customers to continuously, automatically and incrementally back up data to a second AWS region for DR On track to obtain Fedramp certification Deliver Redshift on SSD instances enabling a lower-cost, high performance entry point
  • 72. Epic" Collaboration + = Small, autonomous teams Roadmap ownership Decoupled launch schedules Get Core Functionality in the Hands of Customers, Quickly Small, “Two Pizza” Teams Operational stability High scale Limited initial feature set Iterate Based on Customer Feedback
  • 73. On-premises infrastructure Upgrades are your responsibility Upgrades happen automatically Every New Feature and Service Arrives Ready to Use ElastiCache Support for Redis 2.8
  • 74. DynamoDB: A Generation Beyond a NoSQL Key/Value Store Internet scale throughput Consistent performance and unlimited storage
  • 75. Internet scale throughput Global and local secondary indexes Item-level access control Consistent performance and unlimited storage DynamoDB: A Generation Beyond a NoSQL Key/Value Store
  • 76. Deep mobile SDK integration Geospatial indexing library Local test tool Storage pricing reduction by up to 75% Throughput pricing reduced by up to 35% Batched writes In-console item updates GovCloud (US) availability Parallel scan Transaction library Cross-region copy, export and import Internet scale throughput Global and local secondary indexes Item-level access control Consistent performance and unlimited storage DynamoDB: A Generation Beyond a NoSQL Key/Value Store
  • 77. Amazon AppStream Compute & render the user experience on EC2 Amazon EC2 Amazon AppStrea m Efficiently stream the user experience to any device (your app) Instant-on end user experience HD video quality application streaming Captures user input to send back to the cloud   Responsive and consistent experience across devices Simple pay-as-you-go pricing Now Available to All
  • 78. Amazon AppStream Character creator Golf swing improvement Aircraft maintenance training Now Available to All
  • 79. WorkSpaces: Desktop Virtualization the AWS Way No hardware or virtualization software Access through any tablet device Monthly pricing—no long-term commitments Pre-installed software or bring your own licenses Easy integration with MS Active Directory 10k Limited Preview sign-ups Now available to all
  • 80. AWS CloudTrail: AWS API Call Logging for Governance & Compliance Stores data in S3, or archive to Glacier Log and review user activity Available in the Asia Pacific (Sydney) region next month
  • 81. Trade Capex for variable expense 1 Pricing model choice to support variable & stable workloads On-demand Reserved Spot 3 Save more money as you grow bigger Tiered pricing Volume discounts Custom pricing 4 Economies-of-scale provide lower costs than companies can do on their own 2 42 price reductions since 2006 #4: Cost Savings and Flexibility
  • 82. Our 42nd Price Reduction Effective April 1, 2014 51% reduction on average Tier prices decrease from 36% to 65% S3 EMR 27% to 61% reduction Average reduction of 28% RDS ElastiCache Average reduction of 34% 38% reduction for M3 30% reduction for C3 EC2 10% to 40% reduction for M1, M2, C1 and CC2
  • 83. “Without AWS we would have needed to raise $7.1M to launch instead of $1.8M”
  • 84. “Migrating data centers to AWS contributes to a global savings of $100M in infrastructure costs”
  • 85. “We've halved storage costs. We're looking forward to saving hundreds of millions of dollars”
  • 86. “The move could save the Navy as much as 60% versus the cost of hosting of managing data in its own data centers”
  • 87. How are enterprises thinking about and using the cloud in 2014?
  • 88. 70% reduction in" operational costs #1: Development and Testing Do more dev and test work, faster Sharepoint and SAP SAP Reduced dev and test environment costs Oracle
  • 89. #2: New Workloads Product prototyping 
 
 
 
 
 
 & design Audience management & creative design Hotel booking engine Biological data research Global deals engine Video streaming SIM card credit News distribution App streaming Firmware upgrades Mobile games Mobile music discovery
  • 90. #3: Supplement Existing Workloads with the Cloud Export operational data to Amazon Redshift for analysis 2X faster queries at 1/2 the cost Analytics Disaster recovery SSAE 16- compliant to restore all data within 2 hours Equipment leasing app Operational applications Export data to AWS for analytics processing
  • 91. #4: Supplement Workloads with Existing On-premises Infrastructure AWS serves up application content & data Integration back to Samsung Data Centers for financial transactions Existing systems
  • 92. #5: Migrating Existing Applications Migrated 500 web properties in 5 months 1,700 web properties New product websites in 2 days vs. 2 weeks Migrated clinical trials simulations platform Simulations in 1.2hrs vs. 60hrs 64% reduction in costs
  • 93. #6: Data Center Migration From 40 data centers, down to 6 9X increase in AWS usage APIs help govern usage and control cost Enabling global collaboration 3,000 applications by January 2015
  • 94. #7: All-in — IT Entirely in the Cloud “We have to be great at a number of things… operating data centers is not one of those things” “We are a hospitality management organization, not an IT services company” 2000 applications migrating to AWS in 18 months
  • 95. Greg Baster CIO Michael Lockhart IT Operations Manager GPT Group
  • 96. TRANSITION TO THE CLOUD Greg Baster – Transformational CIO Michael Lockhart – IT Infrastructure Manager
  • 97. PROPERTY TO PROSPERITY We maximise the financial potential of Australian property with solutions that fulfil the aspirations of our investors, tenants and communities.
  • 98. TECHNOLOGY DRIVERS COST Operating & capital efficiency AGILITY Ability to scale up rapidly SIMPLICITY Focus on strategic work INNOVATIONNew business initiatives SECURITY Match or improve security RESILIENCE Improve problem response ONE ONE ONE EAGLE STREET | BRISBANE
  • 99. HIGHPOINT SHOPPING CENTRE | VICTORIA WHO, WHAT, HOW Whole of GPT All core systems (except one) Development, Test, Production, Resilience Re-implemented national network
  • 100. BOTTOM LINE 15% ahead of operating savings target Less than 12 months payback achieved Transparency: single, customisable view of costs
  • 101. AWS Summit 2014
  • 102. Let’s talk about ‘private clouds’…
  • 103. 92% of private clouds are still falling short of the core requirements: self-service, full automation, tracking and monitoring. September 2013 Survey
  • 104. What are customers really looking for?
  • 105. What are customers really looking for? Meet regulatory requirements Build compliant environments Adhere to existing internal policies Deploy in a familiar environment
  • 106. Private compute Private storage Private network Private key management Governance What are customers really looking for?
  • 107. The Good News Is That You Can Get All of This in the Cloud Private network Private compute Private storage Private key management Governance
  • 108. AWS Private Network Capabilities Software-defined private network AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Dedicated private network connection to AWS AWS Direct Connect All services
  • 109. AWS Private Compute Capabilities Choose the right level of compute isolation for every workload EC2 in a VPC Dedicated instances Single tenant infrastructure Software-defined network isolation Physical isolation Fine grained access roles and groups Identity & Access Management
  • 110. AWS Private Storage Capabilities Encrypted object storage Private encryption key management Single-tenant block storage Amazon S3 Amazon EBS Amazon CloudHSM Encrypted block storage EC 2 AWS DirectConnect Choose the right level of storage isolation for every workload
  • 111. AWS Governance Geographic data locality Fine-grained access control over data and resources Control over regional replication Policies, resource level permissions, temporary credentials Fine-grained access control In-depth audits AWS CloudTrail
  • 112. Certifications and Accreditations for Workloads That Matter
  • 113. Familiar security model Customer ecosystem Every customer benefits Partner ecosystem Comprehensive Security Capabilities, Validated by Experts SYSTEM PEOPLE & PROCESS NETWORK PHYSICAL
  • 114. Which Is the Better Path? Spend millions to create a circa-2010 AWS clone that is largely frozen in time Satisfy your isolation requirements No upfront costs Continued benefit of economies of scale 100s of new features & services every year
  • 115. Build a new ‘private’ cloud Rip everything out and move to AWS #1 #2 or
  • 116. Integration with On-premises Resources Integrated networking Integrated access control Integrated cloud backups Single pane of glass # 192.168.1.10 # 192.168.1.11 Microsoft Active Directory Custom LDAP App 1 AWS Storage Gateway
  • 117. Some final thoughts about Amazon…
  • 118. Customer obsession 1 Invention 2 Long-term orientation 3 Some final thoughts about Amazon…
  • 119. AWS Trusted Advisor: Automated Cost Optimization and Advice 1,000,000+ recommendations $207M in cost reductions To: AWS Customer From: Amazon Web Services Subject: Potential Cost Savings To: AWS Customer From: Amazon Web Services Subject: Potential Cost Savings Dear Customer, We have identified $49,000 of potential savings in your current To: AWS Customer From: Amazon Web Services Subject: Potential Cost Savings Dear Customer, We have identified $49,000 of potential savings in your current AWS deployment. -Amazon Web Services
  • 120. Enjoy the rest of today’s event Thank You
  • 121. AWS Summit 2014