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  • Amazon Web Services - Media Use Cases

    1. 1. Cloud Computing on AWS+Media Use Casesamazonweb servicesHyderabad
    2. 2. 2Before we start][2 Silence your phones Restrooms / Emergency ExitsSantanu DuttAmazon Web Services, India
    3. 3. 3Who is ][3
    4. 4.’s three businesses[ ]Consumer businessSeller businessIT Infrastructure business}4
    5. 5. 5Our plan for today ][51) Introduction to Amazon Web Services (AWS)2) AWS’ Global Infrastructure & Service Offerings?3) What is unique about AWS?4) Media Use Cases5) Success Stories6) Customer Talk
    6. 6. 61.Amazon Web Servicesamazonweb services6
    7. 7. 7What is Amazon Web Services?_ Reliable, Scalable, Low-Cost Infrastructure_ Every service offers APIs_ You can use only the components you need_ All the important “building blocks” are provided][7
    8. 8. 81. Elastic Capacity ][8
    9. 9. 91. Elastic Capacity ][9_ Scaling up and down in minutes_ No need to provision_ Optimize resources based on your needs_ Can easily manage unexpected peaks
    10. 10. 102. No CapEX, no Initial Investment[ ]10
    11. 11. 112. No CapEX, no Initial Investment[ ]11_ No investment needed_ No termination fees_ No commitments_ Clear pricing model (on the website)
    12. 12. 123. Pay as you go, for what you use[ ]12
    13. 13. 13[ ]3. Pay as you go, for what you use13_ Pay for servers “by the hour” (on-demand)_ Pay for storage “per Gigabyte” per month_ Pay for data transfer “per Gigabyte”_ Easy to turn resources on/off (running costs)
    14. 14. 144. Automation14[ ]
    15. 15. 15_ Automation, less repetitive tasks (“70/30” rule)_ Better management tools_ Leverage the scale of AWS_ No need to build from scratch, but instead “reuse”154. Automation[ ]
    16. 16. 162.Global Infrastructure& Servicesamazonweb services16
    17. 17. 17Region GovCloud RegionGlobal AWS Infrastructure ][(as of April 2013)17
    18. 18. 18Availability ZoneGlobal AWS Infrastructure ][(as of April 2013)18
    19. 19. 19Edge LocationsGlobal AWS Infrastructure ][Dallas (2)St.LouisMiamiJacksonvilleLos Angeles (2)Palo AltoSeattleAshburn (2)NewarkNew York (3)DublinLondon (2) Amsterdam (2)StockholmFrankfurt (2)Paris (2)Singapore (2)Hong Kong (2)Tokyo (2)Sao PauloSouth BendSan JoseOsakaMilan(as of April 2013)19SydneyHaywardMadrid
    20. 20. 20The Amazon Web Services universe[ ]SDKAPIWeb ConsoleCommand Line20
    21. 21. 21The Amazon Web Services universe[ ]Management +InterfaceCrossServiceFeaturesCloudFormationSimple WorkFlowCloudWatchElastic BeanStalkIAM21
    22. 22. 22The Amazon Web Services universe[ ]Management +InterfacePlatformBuildingblocksRDSEMRCloudFrontSQSSNSSES22CrossServiceFeaturesRedshiftTranscoder
    23. 23. 23InfrastructureBuildingBlocksThe Amazon Web Services universe[ ]Management +InterfacePlatformBuildingblocks23CrossServiceFeaturesEBS S3EC2Virtual Private Cloud
    24. 24. 24The Amazon Web Services universe[ ]Management +InterfaceRDS SQS SNSEMR TranscoderSES CloudFrontRedshiftElastic BeanstalkSimple WorkFlowCloudFormationCloudWatchIAMVPC EC2EBS S3(some services are omitted here)24InfrastructureBuildingBlocksPlatformBuildingblocksCrossServiceFeatures Command LineWeb ConsoleAPIsSDK
    25. 25. 253.What is unique about AWS?amazonweb services25
    26. 26. 26Flexibility, Freedom of choice[ ]26
    27. 27. 27_ Multiple Operating Systems (Linux, Windows...)_ Multiple Platforms (SAP, IBM...)_ Multiple Databases (Oracle, MS SQL, MySQL...)_ Many licensing options[ ]Flexibility, Freedom of choice27
    28. 28. 2828High Volume, Low Margin Business ][
    29. 29. 2929Lowering Costs ][We have lowered prices 31 times in the pastwithout any competitive pressure
    30. 30. 3030Pace of innovation ][
    31. 31. 31312007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012924486182New Services/Features158
    32. 32. 32Global Partner Ecosystem32][
    33. 33. 3333Global Partner Ecosystem ][
    34. 34. 34Indian customers on AWS[ ]34ramco
    35. 35. 35[ ]35Global customers on AWS
    36. 36. 364.Media Use Cases on AWSamazonweb services36
    37. 37. 3737Customers change viewing habits fast
    38. 38. 3838So you need to build and adjust fast
    39. 39. 391. Storing & Managing your Media Library ][39
    40. 40. 4040Amazon S3_ Durability SLA: 99.999999999%_ Lifecycle Management_ Infinite Scale_ Low Cost_ Quick & Easy to DeployAmazon GlacierStorage Gateway
    41. 41. 41411,000,000 Media Files 1,000,000 Media Files1,000,000 Media Files
    42. 42. 422. Transcoding ][42
    43. 43. 4343Amazon SQSRaw MediaJobEC2 SPOTFarmResults / FailuresTranscoded O/PWebsite / CMSAmazon SQSAmazon S3Amazon S3Reports WebsiteTranscoding Workflow
    44. 44. 44Amazon Elastic Transcoder44_ Fully Managed Transcoding Workflow_ Elastically Scalable_ Cost Effective & Pay/Min._ Integration to AWS Services
    45. 45. 453. Streaming & Content Delivery ][45
    46. 46. 4646
    47. 47. 47Content Delivery with Amazon CloudFront_ Global presence and Fast_ Elastic and Cost Effective_ Can be used for static, dynamic and streaming content_ Supports variety of protocols and devices47
    48. 48. 484. Big Data & Analytics ][48
    49. 49. 4949When your data sets become so large that you haveto start innovating how to collect, store, organize,analyze and share itBig Data
    50. 50. 50501 instance for 500 hours=500 instances for 1 hour
    51. 51. 5151From one instance …
    52. 52. 5252… to thousands
    53. 53. 5353… and back to one
    54. 54. 54Amazon Elastic Map Reduce_ Managed Hadoop Offering in the Cloud_ Integration with AWS services and 3rd party tools_ 1000s of customers ran over 5.5 million clusters on EMR last year54
    55. 55. 555.Success Storiesamazonweb services55
    56. 56. 56_ One of the largest aggregator & publisher of Bollywood content_ Transcoding, mps3s/videos, gamebox, bollywoodhungama_ Benefited with faster time to market & the pay per use modelHungama ][56
    57. 57. 57_ Started with a greenfield project NDTV Video_ Site serves close to 10 million video requests per month_ Moved other properties like, NDTV Profit, NDTV Social_ Benefitted from Elasticity & saved costs upto 30%NDTV ][57
    58. 58. 58_ 26 Million subscribers_ Netflix is ~25% of US Internet traffic_ They are ~100% on ][58
    59. 59. More than 25 Million Streaming Members50 Billion Events Per Day
    60. 60. 6060S3EMRProd Cluster(EMR)~ One PB of[ ]
    61. 61. 61How to get started?amazonweb services61
    62. 62. 62_ Create an AWS account_ Subscribe to services (EC2, S3, CloudFront, Transcoder...)_ Use the AWS Management Console to try them out_ No termination fees, no commitments_ You might be eligible for the free tierGetting started with AWS ][62
    63. 63. 6363
    64. 64. 64 services64Santanu
    65. 65. 65Introducing PressMart…65
    66. 66. 66_ 400+ Media Customers across 60+ countries in 33 languages_ 2.5 million subscribers WorldWide_ Leveraged on the scalability of the AWS Cloud and cost savings of 43%PressMart ][66
    67. 67. 6767Why AWS ?
    68. 68. 6868What on AWS ?
    69. 69. 6969What more is coming ?
    70. 70. 7070Questions ?