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Perl and AWS
Perl and AWS
Perl and AWS
Perl and AWS
Perl and AWS
Perl and AWS
Perl and AWS
Perl and AWS
Perl and AWS
Perl and AWS
Perl and AWS
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Perl and AWS
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Perl and AWS

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Presentation for Barcelona Perl Mongers about Perl and Amazon Web Services

Presentation for Barcelona Perl Mongers about Perl and Amazon Web Services

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  • 1. Perl and AWS Jose Luis Martinez Perl Mongers BCN
  • 2. AWS  Amazon Web Services  Not only EC2 (virtual machines)  ~30 services   ALL services are manageable from an API   Programmers wet dream :p APIs are REST based   Queues, Databases, Load Balancers, Datawarehouses, MapReduce Clusters : )________________________ The programmable datacenter
  • 3. Perl  Do I have to introduce Perl?
  • 4. Perl && AWS
  • 5. Perl && AWS Bad news   No oficial SDK  Ruby, PHP, Python (started as community), JS, .Net, Java
  • 6. Perl && AWS Good news   CPAN
  • 7. AWS && Perl  We have LOTS of CPAN Support for different services  Net::AWS::SES  Net::Amazon::S3::Tools  AWS::CliWrapper  Net::S3  AWS::CloudFront  VM::EC2
  • 8.  SimpleDB::Client  Net::Amazon::DynamoDB  Net::Amazon::R53  Net::Amazon::EC2  Amazon::SQS::Simple  Net::Amazon::HadoopEC2  Furl::S3  Net::Amazon::S3::Acl  Net::Amazon::EMR
  • 9.  Amazon::SQS::ProducerConsumer  WebService::Amazon::Route53  Amazon::SNS  Net::Amazon::Glacier  Net::Amazon::EMR  AWS::CloudFront
  • 10. Perl && AWS Bad news   Inconsistencies (method naming)  Nearly no STS Support  Arbitrary Defaults  eu-west-1?  us-east-1?  Not up to date (last API version)  Some are well architected. So easily extended.
  • 11. Nothing for…  IAM  CloudFormation  SWF  RedShift  DataPipeline  CloudSearch  Elasticache  Elastic Beanstalk  …
  • 12. What if we create an SDK  Lots of work…  Don’t think anybody is up to hand-coding all the APIs  So lets parse documentation?  No  Amazon doesn’t publish spec  Introspect other SDK objects and generate code from that   JS SDK has data-structures defining the APIs   Bingo! Execute JS and generate Perl code! Boto and PHP2   While doing that Even better. Have to do a proof of concept So lets “rob” (in an open source fashion )
  • 13. There’s more work…  Calling schemes  9 json  19 query (done! needs testing!!!)  2 rest-json  4 rest-xml  Signers  HTTP library agnostic (so people can go async)  Documentation  Autogenerated too, please!
  • 14. Want to help?  Fork and hack on it https://github.com/pplu/aws-sdk-perl

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