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  • aws basics

    1. 1. Amazon Web Services The Basics
    2. 2. About - Sean HullScalability, Database Performance & WebOperationsEC2, Rackspace & Cloud Migrations20 Years Professional Technology Experiencehullsean @ GMAIL.comwww.iheavy.com/blog/www.twitter.com/hullsean
    3. 3. Datacenter Evolution
    4. 4. Datacenter Evolution1990s - Sun
    5. 5. Datacenter Evolution1990s - Sun
    6. 6. Datacenter Evolution1990s - Sun Early 2000s - Commodity Hardware
    7. 7. Datacenter Evolution1990s - Sun Early 2000s - Commodity Hardware
    8. 8. Datacenter Evolution1990s - Sun Early 2000s - Commodity Hardware Since 2008 - Cloud
    9. 9. Datacenter Evolution 1990s - Sun Early 2000s - Commodity Hardware Since 2008 - CloudInfrastructure-As-A-Service (IaaS) Raw Computing Power On-Demand
    10. 10. Datacenter Evolution 1990s - Sun Early 2000s - Commodity Hardware Since 2008 - Cloud Platform-Infrastructure-As-A-Service As-A-Service(PaaS) (IaaS) Raw Computing Power On-Demand
    11. 11. Raw or Cooked
    12. 12. Cloud StrengthsOn-demand Compute PowerLow Up-front CostsAutoscaling - Hootsuite, Zynga, AnimotoEasier Disaster Recovery & Compromise ResponseDisciplined Deployments, IaaS & AutomationAvailability Zones & Regions
    13. 13. Cloud ChallengesPerformance - Shared ResourcesSLAs & Server ReliabilitySecurity ConsiderationsDatabase ConsiderationsNew Paradigm & Learning Curve
    14. 14. What Types of Uses?Apps with Seasonal Traffic PatternsOne-off NeedsShort-term RequirementsAugmenting QuicklyDev & Test Environments
    15. 15. On-Demand & ProvisioningLarry Summers - “Preserving Optionality”Spending Now Controlled by SoftwareCosts: Storage, Network, Instances, Elastic IPs
    16. 16. And In Summary
    17. 17. And In SummaryDo you have existinginvestments in physicalservers?
    18. 18. And In SummaryDo you have existinginvestments in physicalservers?
    19. 19. And In SummaryDo you have existinginvestments in physicalservers? Hybrid approach - Slow cautious adoption
    20. 20. And In SummaryDo you have existinginvestments in physicalservers? Hybrid approach - Slow cautious adoptionIs your app subject toseasonal trafficpatterns?
    21. 21. And In SummaryDo you have existinginvestments in physicalservers? Hybrid approach - Slow cautious adoptionIs your app subject toseasonal trafficpatterns?
    22. 22. And In SummaryDo you have existinginvestments in physicalservers? Hybrid approach - Slow cautious adoptionIs your app subject toseasonal trafficpatterns? The cloud is uniquely suited to your needs
    23. 23. And In SummaryDo you have existinginvestments in physicalservers? Hybrid approach - Slow cautious adoptionIs your app subject toseasonal trafficpatterns? The cloud is uniquely suited to your needsDo you spend a lot onDR Systems?
    24. 24. And In SummaryDo you have existinginvestments in physicalservers? Hybrid approach - Slow cautious adoptionIs your app subject toseasonal trafficpatterns? The cloud is uniquely suited to your needsDo you spend a lot onDR Systems?
    25. 25. And In SummaryDo you have existinginvestments in physicalservers? Hybrid approach - Slow cautious adoptionIs your app subject toseasonal trafficpatterns? The cloud is uniquely suited to your needsDo you spend a lot onDR Systems? Scripted EC2 deployments could save big
    26. 26. Questions & Comments.... hullsean @ GMAIL.com www.iheavy.com/blog/ www.twitter.com/hullsean
    27. 27. Thank You

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