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AWS Storage Services - AWS Presentation - AWS Cloud Storage for the Enterprise 2012
 

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Jim Sorenson gives an overview on AWS Cloud Storage Services at the AWS Cloud Storage for the Enterprise event in NYC on June 6, 2012

Jim Sorenson gives an overview on AWS Cloud Storage Services at the AWS Cloud Storage for the Enterprise event in NYC on June 6, 2012

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  • Awhile back one of the organizers of this conference asked me if I would be willing to give a presentation at this conference. I always enjoy the opportunity to get in front of a crowd and talk about some technology or new algorithm or something like that. So I was more than happy to come here and give a talk. But -- I asked: “What do you want me to talk about?” He said that will be doing an AWS storage conference and many of you in the audience work large companies. We went back and forth for a while. I told him that a good approach for a talk like this is to have the audience learn one or two key points. We discussed some of the key points that he would like me to talk about and then he considered the audience for the talk.
  • Now mind you this guy comes from business side of AWS. He thought that the main point of the talks should be that “AWS storage is enterprise ready” and that would be a great topic for this conference.
  • The key features of Amazon S3.You can store object as small as one byte or as large as 5 terabyte.To put that in perspective, it would take 5 LTO tapes to store a single 5 terabyte object. % terabyte is pretty big.S3 is durable, our durability is eleven 9s. S3 is highly available. We provide 4 9s of availability and we have financial incentive to meet that SLA. If we are less than 99.9% available we will give you a service credit.Low Latency our median time to retreive an object is less than 50ms. Depending on where in the world the caller is, the internet may add more latency to request than it takes for S3 to respond.As paying for S3, it is inexpensive starting 12.5 cents a gigabyte month and as low as 5.5 cents a month for customers storing over 5000 terabytes.Lionsgate 6GB movieSecurity
  • When you store an object in S3, we make strong durability guarantees. The reason that we can do this is because we store your data in multiple availability zones as the data arrives. When S3 acknowledges the PUT operation your data has been stored in more than 1 AZ.
  • 99.99999% (eleven nines)S3 can survive a catastrophic failure of a data center.Scalable, S3 continues to add capacity to stay well ahead of customer demandSecure, HTTPS, encryption at rest, ACL, IAM policies, Bucket Policies
  • Amazon S3 is a great solution for backup use cases. When S3 acknowledges the PUT operation for your backup, the backup has 11 9s of durability.This way better than any tape back up could achieve. And besides that, your back up is immediately offsite. The other big advantage to using S3 for backup is that your data is immediately available. No waiting around for a truck to deliver the tapes from some cave.A feature that we have recently added to assist in the backup use case is Life cycle management. You can use lifecyle management to delete older backups on a schedule that you choose.
  • If we go back to our discussion about distributed computing, we have only touched two of the three resources. We haven’t really mentioned compute.The storage use cases are pretty straight forward, and the network resources used are also pretty obvious. But we haven’t talked about compute.
  • Talk abut the architecture – how it all works
  • Autoscaling can helpStorage – pay for what you use
  • Small sliver of the enterprises running on us

AWS Storage Services - AWS Presentation - AWS Cloud Storage for the Enterprise 2012 AWS Storage Services - AWS Presentation - AWS Cloud Storage for the Enterprise 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • AWS Storage Jim SorensonPrincipal Software Engineer, Storage
  • Enterprise ready
  • Enterprise ready?
  • Computer Science 101
  • Computer Science 101 Abridged Version
  • Computer Science 101 Abridged Version Without a final exam
  • Computer Science 101 What is a computer?
  • Memory
  • Processing
  • Input/ output
  • Computer
  • So what has changed?
  • So what has changed? Cloud Computing
  • Distributed Computing
  • Computers
  • Storage
  • Networking
  • Distributed Computing
  • AWS Storage Services Recap Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) Amazon Elastic Block Storage (Amazon EBS) AWS Storage Gateway Amazon Import/Export
  • What is Amazon S3?• Key-Value Store• Simple API – Put – Get – List – Delete
  • Amazon S3 is trusted Peak Requests: 905 Billion 650,000+ 762 Billion per second Total Number of Objects Stored in Amazon S3 262 Billion 102 Billion2.9 Billion 14 Billion 40 BillionQ4 2006 Q4 2007 Q4 2008 Q4 2009 Q4 2010 Q4 2011 Q1 2012
  • Features of Amazon S3• 1 Byte to 5 Terabytes• Durable 99.999999999% (eleven 9s)• Available 99.99%• Low Latency 50ms• Inexpensive $0.125 / Gigabyte-Month• Pay as you go• Secure
  • Data on our Infrastructure is Durable Region No need to Availability Zones duplicate Obj data in Objectect Object Cop Copy order to y gain durability
  • Reduced Redundancy Storage• Less durable – 99.99% (four 9s)• $0.093 / Gigabyte-month• $0.037 when you store over 5000TB
  • Amazon S3 Use cases• Backup & Archive• Content Storing & Sharing• Website Hosting• Data Processing & Big Data
  • Backup• Offsite• Highly Available• Lifecycle management
  • Archiving• Versioning – Never overwrites data• Multi-factor Authentication MFA• AWS Import/Export
  • Delivery to third parties• Content Storage & Sharing• Content Distribution
  • Website Hosting• Static content• Easy to set up• Scales
  • Distributed Computing• Storage• Network – Your network – AWS network
  • Compute• Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2)• Many Instance Types• Autoscaling• Reserved Instances
  • Data Processing – Big Data• Storage – Amazon S3• Compute – Amazon EC2• Network
  • Big Data• Log Analysis• More to Come
  • Computing – Amazon EC2• Storage – Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) – Local Amazon EC2 instance stores
  • Amazon EBS features• 1 GB – 1 TB• Replicated• Single Availability Zone• Persistent• Attached storage
  • EBS• Replicated block storage• Snapshots• Persists after instance shutdown
  • EBS – use cases• File system• Boot volume• Database block storage• Public data sets
  • AWS Storage Gateway Service
  • AWS Storage Gateway Service• Disaster recovery• Off-site backup• Use snapshot data in EC2
  • Network• HTTP/HTTPS• Virtual Private Cloud• Direct Connect• AWS Import/Export
  • Distributed Computing• Compute -- you choose• Storage -- you use what you need• Network – Amazon responsibility
  • AWS Storage Services Recap Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) Amazon Elastic Block Storage (Amazon EBS) AWS Storage Gateway Amazon Import/Export
  • Enterprise Ready
  • And Government Agencies