AWS re:invent 2013 recap

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  • 1. AWS re:invent 2013 - recap and highlights Advanced Amazon Web Services Meetup December 3, 2013 ! ! ! ! ! Peter Sankauskas Answers for AWS @pas256 @Answers4AWS
  • 2. Introductions • Name • Role • Company • How you use AWS
  • 3. Next Meetup • Tuesday January 21 • Anki • • Hosted at their office • • Architecture & design patterns Food and drinks RSVP early
  • 4. Keynotes
  • 5. Steve Ballmer Remember this?
  • 6. Enterprise! Enterprise! Enterprise! Enterprise!
  • 7. Amazon WorkSpaces • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) • • Fully managed desktop computing service in the cloud 2 Options • Regular • • Limited Preview • 2 Types • • Standard - $35/user/month • Plus (+ $15/user/month) • 1 vCPU, 3.75 GiB Memory, 50 GB User Storage Adobe Reader, Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, 7-Zip, Adobe Flash, JRE Microsoft Office Professional 2010, Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Security Services • • Windows 7 • Login and use from any device Performance - $60/user/month • 2 vCPU, 7.5 GiB Memory, 100 GB • Mac laptop, iPad, Andriod, Kindle etc
  • 8. IAM supports SAML • Single Sign on for AWS web console • Also works for API
  • 9. Trusted Advisor • New UI • New checks • • Will recommend PIOPS for standard EBS volumes Business level support needed • That’s 10% of your monthly AWS bill
  • 10. Amazon AppStream • Run and render your application on EC2 instances • Selling points • • • No device constraints (advanced 3D rendering on any device) Easy updates (more like updating a website) Stream the rendered output to any device • Limited Preview • Application must be able to run on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 • Instant On (no download, no loading screen) • Application cannot run without an internet connection • Improved security (no more pirating games?) • Particularly good for games
  • 11. AWS Web Console • Integration with AWS Marketplace • New launch UI • Copy an existing security group to a new one with just one click. • Choosing a snapshot is one search away. • Tagging instances now supports auto-complete
  • 12. RDS supports PostgreSQL Applause
  • 13. RDS adds supports for PostgreSQL • Available NOW (beta) • Version 9.3.1 • Multi-AZ • Comes with all the PostgreSQL goodies • Provisioned IOPS • Automatic backups • VPC support • Monitoring • • • • PostGIS PL/Perl, PL/pgSQL, PL/Tcl Full text search dictionaries • • Still has RDS goodies: HStore, JSON Makes Heroku migration easy
  • 14. RDS Cross Region • Can now create cross-region read replicas • Can promote a read-replica to master later • Limit 5 read replicas per source
  • 15. Redshift updates • Remote loading - put data in over SSH • Database auditing and logging to S3 • HSM support (on premise or CloudHSM) • SNS notification for events • Cross-region snapshot copy
  • 16. Elastic Beanstalk • You can now do rolling updates • Control how updates are propagated when you make changes to environment • All at once for dev • Gradual for production • Allows site to serve traffic • An alternative to using 2 environments and switching between them • Things to consider - rollback half way through
  • 17. New Instance Types
  • 18. C3 - Compute Optimized instances • SSDs • Hardware Hyper-Thread 2.8 GHz Intel Xeon E5-2680v2 (Ivy Bridge) processor • Available in: us-east-1, us-west-2, eu-west-1, ap-* regions Instance Name vCPU Count Total ECU RAM Local Storage Hourly OnDemand c3.large 2 7 3.75 GiB 2 x 16 GB $0.15 c3.xlarge 4 14 7 GiB 2 x 40 GB $0.30 c3.2xlarge 8 28 15 GiB 2 x 80 GB $0.60 c3.4xlarge 16 55 30 GiB 2 x 160 GB $1.20 c3.8xlarge 32 108 60 GiB 2 x 320 GB $2.40
  • 19. G2 - High performance 3D graphics • Instance type: g2.2xlarge • NVIDIA GRID™ (GK104 "Kepler") GPU (Graphics Processing Unit), 1,536 CUDA cores and 4 GB of video (frame buffer) RAM • Intel Sandy Bridge processor running at 2.6 GHz with Turbo Boost enabled, 8 vCPUs (Virtual CPUs) • 15 GiB of RAM • 60 GB of SSD storage
  • 20. I2 - High I/O • SSDs • 2.5 GHz intel Xeon E5-2670v2 processors with Turbo mode enabled • Not available yet Instance Name vCPU Count RAM Local Storage i2.large 2 15 GiB 1 x 360 GB i2.xlarge 4 30.5 GiB 1 x 720 GB i2.2xlarge 8 61 GiB 2 x 720 GB i2.4xlarge 16 122 GiB 4 x 720 GB i2.8xlarge 32 244 GiB 8 x 720 GB
  • 21. DynamoDB • Global Secondary Indexes • • Coming “within weeks” Fine-grain security control • Useful from JavaScript SDK • Read/Write directly to DynamoDB from the browser
  • 22. Breakout Sessions
  • 23. They Don't Hug Back! Or Why You Need to Stop Worrying about Prodweb001 and Start Loving i-98fb9856 • Chris Munns - Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services • Martin Rhoads - Site Reliability Engineer with Airbnb • Slides • • http://www.slideshare.net/AmazonWebServices/stopworrying-about-prodweb001-and-start-loving-i98fb9856arc201-aws-reinvent-2013 YouTube • http://youtu.be/lQUdjPBJX5c
  • 24. Maximizing EC2 and Elastic Block Store Disk Performance • Miles Ward - Sr. Manager, Solutions Architecture with Amazon Web Services • Doug Grismore - Director, Operations and Site Reliability Engineering with Twitter • Slides • • http://www.slideshare.net/AmazonWebServices/ stg302-28617072 YouTube • http://youtu.be/cGF4cnwFMWY
  • 25. A Day in the Life of a Billion Packets • Eric Brandwine - Sr. Principal Security Engineer with Amazon Web Services • Slides • • http://www.slideshare.net/AmazonWebServices/a-dayin-the-life-of-a-billion-packets-cpn401-awsreinvent-2013 YouTube • http://youtu.be/Zd5hsL-JNY4
  • 26. Larry will now cover… • Amazon Kinesis • • • Real-time processing of streamed data Limited preview AWS CloudTrail • Stores an audit log of all API calls made to your AWS account in S3 • Region specific (available in us-east-1 and us-west-2)
  • 27. We a re loo king Spea for kers, Spon and V sors enue s. Don’t be sh y Thank you! Slides available at: http://www.slideshare.net/pas256/aws-reinvent2013recap ! ! ! ! ! Peter Sankauskas Answers for AWS @pas256 @Answers4AWS http://answersforaws.com/