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  • Let me start out by clarifying again that I am part of the Corporate IT group. My customers are internal Amazon employees. Our internal IT apps are probably a lot like yours… Financial Systems: Accounting , Shared Services, Financial Planning & Analysis, Tax Email and Calendar systems for the company HR Systems: Recruiting, on-boarding, training /development, payroll Developer Tools: source control, build & deploy, change mgmt, issue tracking Knowledge Management: Intranet, search, communities, blogs, wiki, collaboration Employee Tools: Laptops, phones, remote access In total, we have 100’s of applications, with a mix of 3 rd party applications and Amazon-developed applications . All of these systems process or store data that we classify as ‘private’. [mouse click] Who am I not? It’s actually been confusing to some conference attendees in previous presentations so I want to clarify what is out of my scope and not referenced in this presentation. I am not the retail website, our supply chain management software, payments systems, merchant technologies or customer service center software… I am purely corporate IT.

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  • A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO MIGRATING INTERNAL IT APPS TO THE AWS CLOUD Jennifer Boden, Director Amazon IT
  • Corporate IT Financial Systems HR Systems Laptops/Desktops & Telecom Developer Tools Email & Calendar Knowledge Management Tools Employee Tools & Corporate Systems OUT OF SCOPE Amazon.com Website Supply Chain Management Customer Service Center Software Payments Systems 3 rd Party Seller Technologies
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  • run everything on AWS
      • Set up program infrastructure
      • Assess systems & requirements
      • Engage AWS
    Scope
      • Deploy pilot applications
      • Test performance & availability
    Deploy & Test
      • Migrate data and apps in phases
      • Make it easy for developers
    Migrate & Launch
    • Geography – where are the apps running?
    • Dependencies
    • Application criticality
    • Data classification
    • Compliance requirements
    • Application architecture & hardware components
      • Migrate to virts wherever possible pre-migration
    SYSTEM ASSESSMENT
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  • Does AWS meet our security requirements?
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  • Does AWS meet our security requirements? What do we need to do to ensure our applications are secure?
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  • OUR DEPLOYMENT MODEL Amazon Internal Network Employees Amazon VPC We extend our internal network into the cloud, securely hosting internal applications on EC2 within a VPC.
  • deploy pilot applications
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  • SDB SQS
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  • CASE STUDY 1: BROADCAST.AMAZON.COM
  • CASE STUDY 1: BROADCAST – THE AWS VERSION Encryption Amazon Internal Network
    • 900 hrs of video encoded in 5 days (would have taken 112 days)
    • 2 software engineers, 3 weeks
    Users Dynamically Scaled Video Rendering Unlimited Video Storage Web Front-End MySql Rendering Job Manager
  • CASE STUDY 2: BMC REMEDY MID-TIER Amazon EC2 instances hosting part of Remedy mid-tier server fleet spread across three data centers Employees Amazon VPC DC1 DC2 DC3 Load Balancer Amazon Internal Network
    • Engage Security early – get comfortable
      • Access control
      • Data security
    • Make it easy
      • Let a few developers loose; build momentum
      • Integrate with your processes where possible
    WHAT WE LEARNED
    • Perform your system assessments
    • Build support across your organization
    • Pilot a single application or two, assign a great developer to it, cut him/her loose
    • Evaluate your results
    • Get started now!
      • aws.amazon.com
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