Amazon Cloud Web Services (AWS) Performance Report – May 2010
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Amazon Cloud Web Services (AWS) Performance Report – May 2010 Amazon Cloud Web Services (AWS) Performance Report – May 2010 Document Transcript

  • Amazon Cloud Performance Report May 2010 Introduction This report measures how quickly files are stored (PUT) and retrieved (GET) between an EC2 instance and S3 in the AWS cloud. We look for both the fixed and variable costs of each operation. In future reports we will add instance types, platforms and timeline comparisons. Summary Date Instance Type Platform Fixed Variable GET PUT GET PUT May 2010 c1.medium 32-bit 1 ms 120 ms 4 MB/s 6 MB/s Data We present our data using file size ranges as that best shows how the values are determined. The first data series groups files into 1KB ranges, the second series into 10KB ranges and so forth. There are charts showing both the fixed and variable cost for each operation. GET (ms) 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Size 1KB 10KB 100KB 1
  • Amazon Cloud Performance Report May 2010 PUT (ms) 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Size 1KB 10KB 100KB GET (MB/s) 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Size 1KB 10KB 100KB 1MB 10MB 2
  • Amazon Cloud Performance Report May 2010 PUT (MB/s) 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1KB 10KB 100KB 1MB 10MB Methodology We tracked the number of milliseconds it takes to store and retrieve files using JetS3T which in turn uses Commons HttpClient. Our data does not include failed attempts. About HostedFTP provides business with a secure file sharing service hosted entirely within the Amazon Web Services cloud. We have been 100% cloud since September 2008 and provide this report for our customers and others who are interested in the AWS cloud and how it performs over time. Visit our website for more information and to read our AWS case study. 3