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  • 1. Amazon Web Services Jeff Barr Amazon Web Services jbarr@amazon.com @jeffbarr (Twitter)
  • 2. My Goals For This Talk Introduce you to cloud computing Show you what others are already doing Alert you to the possibilities Get you to start thinking about it Start some conversations
  • 3. Introduction Based in Seattle, Washington, USA Lifetime technologist Career path: Startups Microsoft Consultant to VCs and startups Amazon Web Services • Senior Developer • Web Services Evangelist • Technology Strategist
  • 4. What is Cloud Computing? New model for resource delivery Infrastructure As A Service Over the internet Flexible On-demand As-needed basis Pay-as-you-go
  • 5. What Problems Does It Solve? Reduce IT friction: Contract negotiations Bandwidth management Power/cooling management Purchasing decisions Physical growth Disaster recovery Fix broken economic model: Capital expenses become operating expenses Costs track actual usage No more up-front provisioning Address the “Prediction Problem”
  • 6. Why You Should Care Less hassles More creativity Less sunk costs Get online faster Less fear of success Better cash flow Less waiting for hardware Quick response to trends Less gray hair More confidence
  • 7. Amazon Web Services EC2 – Elastic Compute Cloud Servers on demand, by the hour S3 – Simple Storage Service Online storage, by the GB SQS – Simple Queue Service Reliable messaging for distributed systems CloudFront – Content Delivery Service Worldwide content delivery network
  • 8. Cloud Computing Media Success Stories
  • 9. 4 TB Data 100 Nodes 11 Million PDFs
  • 10. 50 Servers to 3500 Servers in 3 Days
  • 11. What’s Behind This? AWS - Amazon Web Services Thought leader in cloud computing space Scalable Cost-effective Reliable Secure Long-term effort – Now 4 years old Third major business
  • 12. Amazon Has Three Parts 1 3 2
  • 13. Amazon Web Services are Building Blocks Infrastructure As a Service Payments As a Service Amazon Simple Storage Service Amazon Flexible Payments Service Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Amazon DevPay Amazon Simple Queue Service Fulfillment and Associates Amazon SimpleDB Amazon Fulfillment Web Service Amazon CloudFront Amazon Associates Web Service People As a Service Alexa Web Services Alexa Web Information Service Amazon Mechanical Turk Alexa Top Sites
  • 14. Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) Highly scalable data storage in-the-cloud Programmatic access via web services API Highly available and durable Pay-as-you-go: Storage: $0.15 / GB / month, ($0.12 @ 500TB) Data Transfer: Inbound to cloud $0.10 / GB Outbound: $0.17 / GB, ($0.10/GB @ 150 TB) Requests: nominal charges
  • 15. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Resizable compute capacity in the cloud Obtain and boot new server instances in minutes Quickly scale capacity, up or down, as your computing requirements change Full root/Administrator access to a Linux/ Windows virtual machine Simple Web service management interface Changes the economics of computing
  • 16. Virtual Machine Choices Standard High CPU Small Large Extra Large Medium Extra Large Bits 32 64 64 32 64 RAM 1.7 GB 7.5 GB 15 GB 1.7 GB 7 GB Disk 160 GB 850 GB 1690 GB 350 GB 1690 GB EC2 Compute  1 4 8 5 20 Units I/O  Medium High High High High Performance Firewall Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Linux  $0.10 $0.40 $0.80 $0.20 $0.80 Per Hour Windows  $0.125 $0.50 $1.00 $0.30 $1.20 Anon  Windows  $0.25 $0.75 $1.50 $0.50 $2.00 AuthenUcated
  • 17. AWS Regions & Availability Zones US East Region EU West Region Availability  Availability  Availability  Availability  Zone A Zone B Zone A Zone B Availability  Availability  Zone C Zone C
  • 18. AWS Regions & Availability Zones Region – A geographic location: United States Europe ??? Availability Zone – Isolated area in region: Separate power Separate network Separate physical security Launch EC2 instances anywhere: Choose a region Choose an Availability Zone Availability Zone A Let EC2 choose an Availability Zone
  • 19. EC2 Network Security Groups Control Access: Outside world to EC2 EC2 instance to EC2 instance IP Address Network Port Web Server Web Server App Server App Server DB Server DB Server Web Server (80) App Server (2048) DB Server (3300) SSH (22) SSH (22) SSH (22)
  • 20. EC2 Elastic IP Addresses Allocate public static IP addresses Permanent address Attach to any running EC2 instance Complete control using API or console: AllocateAddress ReleaseAddress AssociateAddress DisassociateAddress DescribeAddresses
  • 21. EC2 Block Storage Allocate permanent disk volumes Attach to any EC2 instance Create file system Store data Size: 1 GB to 1 TB 20 volumes per account Snapshot backup to S3
  • 22. Elastic MapReduce Run large-scale MapReduce jobs on EC2 Control using AWS Management Console
  • 23. AWS Management Console
  • 24. Let’s Head to the Clouds! More Info: http://aws.amazon.com Blog: http://aws.typepad.com Email: jbarr@amazon.com
  • 25. Thank You!

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