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AWS Summit 2014 Melbourne - Breakout 5

Increased agility, elasticity, focus on core business, optimized costs, and better security are all good outcomes when it comes to working with AWS. But, for an enterprise with many existing complex applications, integrated operations, and sophisticated teams, this integration and transition requires thought and planning. Within this session, we will start with a typical enterprise customer and work backwards step by step to show how an extreme IT makeover it possible with reusable examples; demonstrating that an application doesn’t have to be written for cloud to realize cloud’s benefits. Many large-scale shops are already leveraging AWS without sacrificing what they are good at, and we will explain the framework for kicking off this initiative within your own organization.

Presenter: Richard Busby, Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services

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  • 1. © 2014 Amazon.com, Inc. and its affiliates. All rights reserved. May not be copied, modified, or distributed in whole or in part without the express consent of Amazon.com, Inc. Extend your Datacenter with the AWS Cloud Richard Busby, Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services
  • 2. Target state Corporate data center AWS cloud Ops Team Ops Tools Existing investment Lots of complex apps Fixed cost Static New environment Lots of complex apps Flexible Utility cost New services
  • 3. How do we get there? Kickoff Plan Build Migrate Run Review
  • 4. Kickoff •  Sponsor? •  Timeframes? •  Success criteria? •  Are we solving a business issue? •  In-house skills or partner? Useful AWS resources –  “Overview of Security Processes” whitepaper –  “Your first hour on AWS” Summit presentation –  “Using AWS in the context of Australian Privacy Considerations” whitepaper –  AWS Operational Checklists –  AWS Architecture Center and reference architectures
  • 5. Plan: candidate use case / workload Typical candidates Spikey workloads (eg web) Test/dev environments Analytics Backup and archiving Disaster recovery CRM-test ERP CRM AD Website SharePoint SharePoint-test Monitoring email Corporate data center
  • 6. Plan: SharePoint as an example Multiple tiers Crawl server Other apps Query server Search DB Content DB Other data Web tier Web tier Administration backup ERP Monitoring Directory External dependencies Operational processes Backup Monitoring Alerting Reporting Patching Upgrades
  • 7. Plan: what needs to change? Possible changes HA methodology Latency OS deployment Backup and recovery Disaster recovery Unlikely to change App architecture Monitoring Data structures
  • 8. Build: Networking AWS Direct Connect VPN connection Virtual private cloud Search DB Crawl server Web tier Content DB Other apps Web tier Other data Query server Administration router Internet gateway VPC subnet VPC subnet VPC subnet VPC subnet Corporate data center AWS cloud
  • 9. Build: CloudFormation "VPC" : { "Type" : "AWS::EC2::VPC", "Properties" : { "EnableDnsSupport" : "true", "EnableDnsHostnames" : "true", "CidrBlock" : { “10.0.0.0/8” }, "Tags" : [ { "Key" : "Application", "Value" : { "Ref" : "AWS::StackName" } }, { "Key" : "Network", "Value" : ”My_VPC" } ] } },
  • 10. Build: Services AWS Direct Connect VPN connection AD DC DNS Virtual private cloud Search DB Crawl server Web tier Content DB Other apps Web tier Other data Query server Administration App-level backup Corporate data center AWS cloud
  • 11. Build: Monitoring and alerting Virtual private cloud AWS Direct Connect VPN connection CloudWatch CloudTrail Search DB Crawl server Web tier Content DB Other apps Web tier Other data Query server Administration AWS Management Console CloudWatch Logs Corporate data center AWS cloud
  • 12. Build: Monitoring and alerting
  • 13. Build: Monitoring and alerting
  • 14. Build: Monitoring and alerting Virtual private cloud AWS Direct Connect VPN connection CloudWatch CloudTrail Search DB Crawl server Web tier Content DB Other apps Web tier Other data Query server Administration CloudWatch Logs Existing Monitoring tools Corporate data center AWS cloud
  • 15. Build: Monitoring and alerting Virtual private cloud AWS Direct Connect VPN connection CloudWatch CloudTrail Search DB Crawl server Web tier Content DB Other apps Web tier Other data Query server Administration CloudWatch Logs Monitoring Corporate data center AWS cloud
  • 16. Build: Monitoring and alerting
  • 17. Migrate: AWS Management Portal for vCenter Virtual private cloud AWS Direct Connect VPN connection Search DB Crawl server Web tier Content DB Other apps Web tier Other data Query server Administration Management portal for vCenter Web tier Crawl server Search DB Web tier Other apps Content DB Administration Query server Other data Corporate data center AWS cloud
  • 18. Migrate: AWS Management Portal for vCenter
  • 19. Migrate: AWS Management Portal for vCenter
  • 20. Migrate: AMIs and data migration Virtual private cloud AWS Direct Connect VPN connection Search DB Crawl server Web tier Content DB Other apps Web tier Other data Query server Administration Web tier Crawl server Search DB Web tier Other apps Content DB Administration Query server Other data S3 bucket Corporate data center AWS cloud
  • 21. Migrate: testing •  Functional testing –  Does it work the same as on-prem? –  How do we compare the two? •  Stress testing –  Does it handle the load we expect? –  What impact does instance failure have?
  • 22. Review •  What worked? What didn’t? •  What can we re-use? –  VPC –  Monitoring –  CloudFormation templates –  App-level backups –  DNS, AD •  What are our next candidates?
  • 23. Key takeaways corporate data center AWS cloud Kickoff Plan Build Migrate Run Review
  • 24. Expand your skills with AWS Certification aws.amazon.com/certification Exams Validate your proven technical expertise with the AWS platform On-Demand Resources aws.amazon.com/training/ self-paced-labs Videos & Labs Get hands-on practice working with AWS technologies in a live environment aws.amazon.com/training Instructor-Led Courses Training Classes Expand your technical expertise to design, deploy, and operate scalable, efficient applications on AWS
  • 25. © 2014 Amazon.com, Inc. and its affiliates. All rights reserved. May not be copied, modified, or distributed in whole or in part without the express consent of Amazon.com, Inc.