AWS Storage Tiers for Enterprise Workloads - Best Practices (STG301) | AWS re:Invent 2013
by Amazon Web Services on Nov 26, 2013
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Enterprise environments utilize many different kinds of storage technologies from different vendors to fulfill various needs in their IT landscape. These are often very expensive and procurement ...
Enterprise environments utilize many different kinds of storage technologies from different vendors to fulfill various needs in their IT landscape. These are often very expensive and procurement cycles quite lengthy. They also need specialized expertise in each vendor's storage technologies to configure them and integrate them into the ecosystem, again resulting in prolonged project cycles and added cost. AWS provides end-to-end storage solutions that will fulfill all these needs of Enterprise Environments that are easily manageable, extremely cost effective, fully integrated and totally on demand. These storage technologies include Elastic Block Store (EBS) for instance attached block storage, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) for object (file) storage and Amazon Glacier for archival. An enterprise database environment is an excellent example of a system that could use all these storage technologies to implement an end-to-end solution using striped PIOPS volumes for data files, Standard EBS volumes for log files, S3 for database backup using Oracle Secure Backup and Glacier for long-time archival from S3 based on time lapse rules. In this session, we will explore the best practices for utilizing AWS storage tiers for enterprise workloads.
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