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Review this content as Amazon Web Services' (AWS) experts share best practices that are helping libraries save money, be more flexible and cope with the ever-increasing volume of data they are facing. ...

Review this content as Amazon Web Services' (AWS) experts share best practices that are helping libraries save money, be more flexible and cope with the ever-increasing volume of data they are facing.

We will introduce you to AWS Cloud services and explore typical library use cases on AWS with a particular focus on storage and archiving use cases that provide exceptional durability and cost savings.

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AWS Webcast - Library Storage Webinar Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Library Workloads on Amazon Web Services July 14th, 2014 Sri Elaprolu (elaprolu@amazon.com) Manager, Solutions Architecture
  • 2. AWS Overview Library Workloads and Customer Use Cases Amazon Storage Services Solution Overview Why AWS for Storage and Archiving? Q&A Agenda
  • 3. Compute Storage AWS Global Infrastructure Database App Services Deployment & Administration Networking Amazon Web Services
  • 4. 10 regions 26 availability zones 51 edge locations AWS Global Infrastructure You decide where your apps and data go!
  • 5. A B C D US-EAST-1 Region Availability Zones (AZs) AWS Global Infrastructure Note: Conceptual drawing only. The number of Availability Zones may vary.
  • 6. Certification and Accreditations
  • 7. Variable expense Replace capital expenditure with variable expense Economies of scale Lower variable expense than companies can achieve themselves Elastic capacity No need to guess capacity requirements and over-provision Speed and agility Infrastructure in minutes not weeks Focus on mission Not undifferentiated heavy IT lifting Global Reach Go global in minutes and reach a global audience Why are customers moving to AWS Cloud?
  • 8. Experience 8+ years supporting 100s of thousands of customers across 190 countries Innovation Rapid delivery of new services and features based on customer feedback Robust Platform Number of services and features, virtually to support every use case imaginable Simple Pricing Philosophy 44 Price reductions Expect more reductions in the future Global Footprint 10 Regions 26 Availability Zones 51 Edge Locations Eco system 3000 ISVs and 7000 SIs 1500 apps in Marketplace AWS Differentiators
  • 9. Dspace Open Journal Systems Open Conference Systems Thesis and Dissertation Systems Web Properties – WordPress DuraCloud Preservation System • Consortium of higher education institutions in Texas that has provided shared digital library services since 2005 • The mission of the Texas Digital Library (TDL) is to enable each of its member libraries to advance a program of digital initiatives in support of research, scholarship, and learning.
  • 10. Online Public Access Catalogs Library Catalogs Online databases Institutional Repositories Online Archive Intellectual Output Digital Asset Storage Protect from Loss and Degradation Offsite Storage Redundancy and Durability Backups Offsite Redundant Development Space Disposable Environments Start and Stop Frequently Library Use Cases
  • 11. Amazon Storage Services
  • 12. Data Ingestion Options AWS Direct Connect Dedicated bandwidth between your site and AWS Internet Transfer data in a secure SSL tunnel over the public Internet AWS Import/Export Physical transfer of media into and out of AWS
  • 13. AWS Ingest Options Internet / One Common Theme: Parallel Uploads 1. Multipart upload 2. Request rate optimization 3. TCP window scaling 4. TCP selective acknowledgement AWS has customers that ingest roughly 1 PB per day
  • 14. AWS Ingest Options AWS Direct Connect • Private connectivity to AWS – Physical connection – 1 Gbps or 10 Gbps port • Consistent network performance • Consider burst models on ingest • Reduces costs for bandwidth- heavy outbound workloads US Locations • CoreSite 32 Avenue of the Americas, NY • CoreSite One Wilshire & 900 North Alameda, LA • Equinix DC1 – DC6 & DC10 - DC11, Ashburn, VA • Equinix SV1 & SV5, San Jose, CA • Equinix SE2 & SE3, Seattle, WA
  • 15. AWS Ingest Options AWS Import/Export • Rapidly move data into and out of AWS • Portable storage device shipment to AWS • Supports – Amazon EBS – Amazon S3 – Amazon Glacier • Use cases – Initial data migration – Content distribution via portable devices – Disaster recovery
  • 16. AWS Storage and Archive Options
  • 17. AWS Storage and Archive Options Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) Highly scalable object storage 1 byte to 5 TB in size 99.999999999% durability Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) High-performance block storage device 1 GB to 1 TB in size Mount as drives to instances with snapshot/cloning functionalities Magnetic and General Purpose SSD Amazon Glacier Long-term object archive Extremely low cost per gigabyte 99.999999999% durability
  • 18. AWS Storage and Archive Options Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) • High I/O block storage for Amazon EC2 • Point-in-time snapshots to Amazon S3 • 99.999999999% Durability • Snapshot software is FREE • Point-in-time snapshots across regions
  • 19. AWS Storage and Archive Options Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) • Durable and low cost • Unlimited number of objects and volume • Back up to Amazon S3 buckets via HTTP/HTTPS – Create scripts using PowerShell, Perl, Python… – Numerous solutions for data backup • Authentication mechanisms ensure data is kept secure • Reduced redundancy storage (RRS) option
  • 20. • Time: Instant access, any time, any where • Money: Pay for what you store • Effort: Scales as you grow • Quality: 99.999999999% durability Trillions of Objects AWS Storage and Archive Options Amazon S3: Trillions of Total Objects
  • 21. AWS Storage and Archive Options Amazon Glacier • $0.01 per GB/mo, $120 per TB/yr • 3-5 hour data retrieval latency • Archives: single file or zipped files • Vaults: collection of archives • Infinite archival storage • 99.999999999% durability • Immutable, encrypted by default
  • 22. AWS Storage and Archive Options Object Lifecycle Management: Amazon S3 → Amazon Glacier • Seamlessly move data from Amazon S3 → Amazon Glacier • 3-5 hour asynchronous retrieval • Data lifecycle policies • $0.01 per GB for Amazon Glacier costs →
  • 23. Why AWS for Storage and Archiving? • Protect digital content from fragility • Protect digital assets from loss and degradation • Promote learning • Share research
  • 24. TCO: On-Premises Cost Considerations 1. Primary storage hardware (primary / remote site) 2. Storage growth (cost of upgrades) 3. Storage management software and 3rd party tools 4. Professional services 5. Hardware maintenance 6. Software maintenance 7. Backup software 8. Backup hardware (primary / remote site) 9. Offsite tape storage / vault 10. Archive software 11. Archive hardware 12. Power 13. Cooling 14. Space 15. Labor 16. Cost of capital 17. Training 18. Asset depreciation 19. Migration 20. Decommission / remove 21. Recycle 22. …
  • 25. 10 TB S3 = $ 3,631.20 / YEAR 5 TB S3 | 5 TB Glacier = $ 2,433.12 / YEAR 10 TB Glacier = $ 1,228.80 / YEAR Correct as of July 11, 2014 Storage on AWS