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Leveraging The Cloud In 2009

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Discusses key cloud technology ripe for adoption by business in 2009. Includes RightScale, Amazon Web Services, Google Apps, Google App Engine

Discusses key cloud technology ripe for adoption by business in 2009. Includes RightScale, Amazon Web Services, Google Apps, Google App Engine

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    • 1. Leveraging the Cloud in 2009 A presentation for Enterprise technologists Presented by Ed Laczynski CTO LTech
    • 2. The Cloud: Noise or Necessity?
    • 3. It is Disruptive “ In a recent test, the Defense Information Systems Agency compared the cost of developing a simple application called the Tech Early Bird on $30,000 worth of in-house servers and software with the costs of developing the same application using the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud from Amazon.com’s Web Services. Amazon charged 10 cents an hour for the service, and DISA paid a total of $5 to develop an application that matched the performance of the in-house application.” Quoted from:
    • 4. But what is it?
        • Extreme programmability through open APIs
        • Embrace open standards
        • Disruptive and Flexible pricing
    • 5. Where can we leverage the Cloud today?
        • Web Infrastructure: Amazon Web Services and RightScale
        • Messaging and Collaboration: Google Apps
    • 6. Cloud Ecosystem Cloud Deployment Platform Infrastructure as a Service Amazon Cloud Cloud Cloud Decreasing Lock-in / Increasing Portability Increasing Automation SAAS PAAS IAAS Software as a Service Platform as a Service Programming Environment Data Model & Database Monitoring & Analytics Operating System Application Application Data
    • 7. Web Infrastructure Infrastructure as a Service
    • 8. Classic dilemmas
      • Up-front costs
      • Peak vs. average utilization
      time hardware load time peak load average load load mon tue wed thu fri sat sun
      • Plus:
      • Testing
      • Development
      • Batch
      • Hiring
      • Price
    • 9. Amazon Web Services
    • 10.  
    • 11. Standard deployment
      • 4-servers
        • 2x load balancer / app servers
        • 2x master/slave database
      • EC2 “small” servers
        • 1.75 GB memory
        • “ 1.7 Ghz” CPU
        • 160GB disk
        • $0.10/hr
      MySQL master MySQL slave App Srvr App Srvr replication Amazon S3 daily backup backup every 10 min Apache Apache www.mysite.com HAproxy HAproxy
    • 12. Scale the app MySQL master MySQL slave App Srvr App Srvr App Srvr 1/array replication Amazon S3 App Srvr N/array Apache Apache HAproxy HAproxy
      • 2x front-ends w/Elastic IPs
      • 2+N app servers
    • 13. RightScale Architecture Web-based Cloud Management Environment * Management Dashboard * User Permissions * Life Cycle Support Cloud Aware ServerTemplate Libraries Automation Engine * Rules * Policies APIs * Functionality * Customization Customer Library RightScale Library Partner Library Community Multi-Cloud Engine * Monitoring * Alerts Customers Professional Services Partners Cloud Infrastructure
    • 14. Running your web servers and databases on Amazon / RightScale
      • Development
      • QA
      • Load and Performance Testing
      • Public and Private
      • Intranet or Extranet
      • Multiple server sizes: ½ core to 8 cores
      • Reassign IPs / VIPs
      • Multiple failure zones
      • Multiple geographies
      • Disk volumes
      • Automation tying it all together
    • 15. Messaging and Collaboration Software as a Service
    • 16. Messaging and Collaboration: Google Apps
    • 17. Google Apps
      • Robust API
      • Flexible Uses
      • Keeps getting better
    • 18.  
    • 19. Business Needs: More Money at the Bottom Line
      • $50/user/year
      • Google Apps costs 50% or less than competitive solutions - Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Notes.
      • Not including savings on Office licensing for casual users
      • Not including Collaboration or Video offerings
      • LTech saved a national ISP over $3,000,000 per year with Google Apps.
      • Flexible licensing – Scale users up or down.
    • 20. Platform as a Service
    • 21. Worth a look: Google AppEngine Reduced complexity, extreme scalability Java and Python Support. Secure Data Connectors. Rich API.
    • 22. Worth a look: Windows Axure
    • 23. LTech is a leader in Google Apps and Cloud deployments
    • 24. Thank you!
      • http://www.ltech.com/google-apps
      • http://rightscale.com
      • http://aws.amazon.com
      • http://appengine.google.com/

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