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Getting ready for the cloud iaa s

  1. 1. GETTING READY FOR THE CLOUD Email: mithun@qburst.com | Website: www.qburst.comUS | UK | Poland | UAE | India | Singapore | Australia
  2. 2. Infrastructure as a Service - Amazon Web ServicesFebruary, 2013
  3. 3. Overview Infrastructure as a Service - IaaS Introduction to Amazon Web Service Advantages of Amazon Web Service Amazon Global Physical Infrastructure Amazon Costing Model Amazon Support & Services Common Use Cases and Real world scenarios
  4. 4. Infrastructure as a Service - IaaS Characteristics and components of IaaS includes: Utility computing service and billing model Internet connectivity Automation of administrative tasks Dynamic scaling Desktop virtualization Policy-based services
  5. 5. Introduction to Amazon Web Services  Amazon Web Services offers a complete set of infrastructure and application services that enable you to run virtually everything in the cloud: from websites and mobile apps, to big data projects and enterprise applications.
  6. 6. Amazon Web Service: EC2 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)  Amazon EC2 = Virtual Machine which supports Windows, Linux, FreeBSD or Open Solaris  Supports all major web and application platforms  Offers additional optional service called Cloudwatch to keep a close monitor of these server instances  Amazon EC2 : on-demand compute power advantages are:  Obtain and boot new server instances in minutes  Quickly scale capacity up or down  Servers from $0.02 (2 cents) per hour  On Demand, Reserved and Spot pricing
  7. 7. Amazon Web Service: EC2 Instance Types • Standard Instances – Well suited for most applications • High Memory Instances – Offer large memory sizes for high throughput applications, including database and memory caching applications • High CPU Instances – Have proportionally more CPU resources than memory (RAM) and are well suited for compute-intensive applications • Cluster Compute Instances – Low latency, 10 Gbps networking between instances
  8. 8. Amazon Web Service: EBS Elastic Block Storage  You can use Amazon EBS as you would use a hard drive on a physical server  Amazon EBS is particularly well-suited for use as the primary storage for a file system, database or any application that requires fine granular updates and access to raw, unformatted block-level storage  EBS volumes offers  Data availability from replication across an Availability Zone  Data persistence independent of the life of the instance  The ability to create snapshots and incremental backups
  9. 9. Amazon Web Service: S3 Simple Storage Service, S3 (Object Based Storage)  In traditional on-premise applications, this type of storage is maintained on SAN or NAS  In Amazon this mechanism is called S3 which is far more agile, flexible and geo-redundant  S3 is highly scalable, durable and available distributed object store designed for mission-critical data  Easily manageable via web service interfaces  The number of objects you can store is unlimited.  S3 is designed for 99.999999999% durability and 99.99% availability of objects over a given year.
  10. 10. How your organization benefits fromAmazon Cloud ?
  11. 11. Advantages of AWS  True Elastic Capacity: Scale up and down  No Capital Expenditure  Pay as you go and pay only for what you use  You get to focus on the engineering resources on what differentiates you vs managing undifferentiated infrastructure services  Improves time to market with Business Agility and Innovation
  12. 12. Amazon Global Physical InfrastructureAWS RegionsUS East (N. Virginia)US West (Oregon)US West (N. California)EU (Ireland)Asia Pacific (Singapore)Asia Pacific (Tokyo)Asia Pacific (Sydney)South America (São Paulo)AWS CloudFront LocationsAshburn, VA / Dallas, TX / Los Angeles, CA / Miami, FL /Jacksonville, FL / Newark, NJ / New York, NY / Palo Alto, CA / Hayward, CA /Seattle, WA / St. Louis, MO / Amsterdam / Dublin / Frankfurt / London /Hong Kong / Tokyo / Singapore/ Australia / Spain / Italy/ Japan
  13. 13. How Amazon pricing works?
  14. 14. Amazon Costing Model : EC2 Pricing On-Demand Reserved Spot Instances Instances Instances Pay as you go for Pay a low up-front Enables you to bid on compute power fee and receive a unused Amazon EC2 significant discount capacity Pay only for what you on the hourly pricing use, no up-front Spot Price is based on for that instance commitments or supply/demand and is long-term contracts 1- or 3-year terms determined automatically Unix/Linux instances Helps ensure that start at $0.085/hour compute capacity is If the Spot Price is below USD in the US East available when it is your bid, your instances Region needed will start If the Spot Price rises above your bid, your instances will stop
  15. 15. Pay per use Infrastructure advantage Unable to Serve Customer Infrastructure Cost Predicted Demand Traditional Hardware Actual Demand Opportunity Cost Effort in Time
  16. 16. Amazon Support Basic Developer Business Enterprise Customer Service - 24x7x365 Support Forums Documentation, White Papers, Best Practice Guides Phone, Chat, Phone, Chat, Support for Email Email, Email, Access to Technical Health Checks (local business Live Screen Live Screen Support hours) Sharing Sharing, TAM (24/7) (24/7) Named Contacts 1 5 Unlimited Response Time 12 hours 1 hour 15 minutes Use Case Application Architecture Support Building Blocks Guidance Architecture Cost Included $49 / month Greater of $100 Greater of $15000
  17. 17. Concern on Cloud Security
  18. 18. Cloud Security Security is a Shared Responsibility Encrypt data in transit SAS 70 Type II Audit Encrypt data at rest ISO 27001/2 Certification Protect your AWS Credentials PCI DSS 2.0 Level 1-5 Rotate your keys HIPAA/SOX Compliance Secure your application, OS, FISMA A&A Low Infrastructure Application Security Stack and AMIs Security How we secure our How can you secure your infrastructure application and what is your responsibility? Services Security What security options Enforce IAM policies and features are available Use MFA, VPC, Leverage S3 to you? bucket policies, EC2 Security groups, EFS in EC2 Etc..
  19. 19. Use Cases and Real World Scenarios
  20. 20. Common Use Cases • High performance computing, batch data processing, and large scale analytics • Web site hosting • Application hosting/SaaS hosting • Internal IT application hosting • Content delivery and media distribution • Storage, backup, and disaster recovery • Development and test environments
  21. 21. Real World Scenarios Video App on Amazon EC2 Scaled to peak of Number of EC2 Instances 5,000 instances in 3 days Launch on Facebook 4/12/2012 4/13/2012 4/14/2012 4/15/2012 4/16/2012 4/17/2012 4/18/2012 4/19/2012 4/20/2012
  22. 22. Real World Scenarios Wall Street App on Amazon EC2 3000 - 3000 CPU’s for one firm’s risk management processes Number of EC2 Instances 300 CPU’s on weekends 300 - Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday 10/22/2012 10/23/2013 10/24/2013 10/25/2013 10/26/2013 13/27/2013 10/28/2013
  23. 23. Future Plans - 2012 Thank You !

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