• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
AWSアップデート (2012-08-27 JAWS-UG 札幌 第7回 勉強会)
 

AWSアップデート (2012-08-27 JAWS-UG 札幌 第7回 勉強会)

on

  • 2,079 views

JAWS-UG 札幌 第7回 勉強会 AWSアップデートの資料

JAWS-UG 札幌 第7回 勉強会 AWSアップデートの資料
(代打:とくがみ)

Statistics

Views

Total Views
2,079
Views on SlideShare
2,064
Embed Views
15

Actions

Likes
3
Downloads
16
Comments
0

1 Embed 15

https://twitter.com 15

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Apple Keynote

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \n
  • Small sliver of the enterprises running on us\n
  • \n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • You can choose to deploy and run your applications in multiple physical locations within the AWS cloud. Amazon Web Services are available in geographic Regions. When you use AWS, you can specify the Region in which your data will be stored, instances run, queues started, and databases instantiated. For most AWS infrastructure services, including Amazon EC2, there are eight regions: US East (Northern Virginia), US West (Northern California), EU (Ireland), Asia Pacific (Singapore) and Asia Pacific (Tokyo), AWS GovCloud (US), US West (Oregon), and South America (Sao Paulo).\n\nWithin each Region are Availability Zones (AZs). Availability Zones are distinct locations that are engineered to be insulated from failures in other Availability Zones and provide inexpensive, low latency network connectivity to other Availability Zones in the same Region. By launching instances in separate Availability Zones, you can protect your applications from a failure (unlikely as it might be) that affects an entire zone. Regions consist of one or more Availability Zones, are geographically dispersed, and are in separate geographic areas or countries. The Amazon EC2 service level agreement commitment is 99.95% availability for each Amazon EC2 Region.\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • 巨額の初期投資嫌\n実際に必要なコンピュータと用意されているコンピュータのギャップ\n無駄\nそれが無くなる\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • とある会社のサーバの数を時系列に表したグラフ\n
  • とある会社のサーバの数を時系列に表したグラフ\n
  • とある会社のサーバの数を時系列に表したグラフ\n
  • とある会社のサーバの数を時系列に表したグラフ\n
  • とある会社のサーバの数を時系列に表したグラフ\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • BYOL is another success keys for using cloud in Enterprise.\nCustomers want to have not only IT resources but also support / license of enterprise software, like a SAP, Oracle, IBM...\n\nIn addition, for Japanese customers, I know that domestic major ISVs’ BYOL (to AWS ) are really important for migrating enterprise applications to the cloud. AWS has been working with domestic ISVs as well and AWS is keeping increasing ISVs who allow BYOL to AWS.\n\nYou can see Intramart, WingARC, Seison Information Systems, Works Applications and Infoteria.\nAs you may know, the domestic ISVs has No.1 share in each market. And now you can run the package on AWS cloud as well.\n\n\nNTT Data Intramart: Their workflow package “Intramart” ahs No.1 share in SMB market in Japan.\n\nWingARC Technologies : Major Domestic ISV of BI (Dr. SUM) and Form / Docuumets Output (SVF: Super Visual Formade) solution in Enterprise.\n\nWorks Applications: Their ERP package “COMPANY” has top share in ERP (HR) market in Japan\n\nSAISON Information Systems: Thier “HULFT” is well known and most popular file transfer middleware in Japan.\nhttp://www.hulft.com/software/hulft_7e/index.html\n\nInforteria: Their EAI package “Asteria” has No.1 share in Japanese market.\nhttp://www.infoteria.com/en/products/asteria/warp.html\n
  • BYOL is another success keys for using cloud in Enterprise.\nCustomers want to have not only IT resources but also support / license of enterprise software, like a SAP, Oracle, IBM...\n\nIn addition, for Japanese customers, I know that domestic major ISVs’ BYOL (to AWS ) are really important for migrating enterprise applications to the cloud. AWS has been working with domestic ISVs as well and AWS is keeping increasing ISVs who allow BYOL to AWS.\n\nYou can see Intramart, WingARC, Seison Information Systems, Works Applications and Infoteria.\nAs you may know, the domestic ISVs has No.1 share in each market. And now you can run the package on AWS cloud as well.\n\n\nNTT Data Intramart: Their workflow package “Intramart” ahs No.1 share in SMB market in Japan.\n\nWingARC Technologies : Major Domestic ISV of BI (Dr. SUM) and Form / Docuumets Output (SVF: Super Visual Formade) solution in Enterprise.\n\nWorks Applications: Their ERP package “COMPANY” has top share in ERP (HR) market in Japan\n\nSAISON Information Systems: Thier “HULFT” is well known and most popular file transfer middleware in Japan.\nhttp://www.hulft.com/software/hulft_7e/index.html\n\nInforteria: Their EAI package “Asteria” has No.1 share in Japanese market.\nhttp://www.infoteria.com/en/products/asteria/warp.html\n
  • BYOL is another success keys for using cloud in Enterprise.\nCustomers want to have not only IT resources but also support / license of enterprise software, like a SAP, Oracle, IBM...\n\nIn addition, for Japanese customers, I know that domestic major ISVs’ BYOL (to AWS ) are really important for migrating enterprise applications to the cloud. AWS has been working with domestic ISVs as well and AWS is keeping increasing ISVs who allow BYOL to AWS.\n\nYou can see Intramart, WingARC, Seison Information Systems, Works Applications and Infoteria.\nAs you may know, the domestic ISVs has No.1 share in each market. And now you can run the package on AWS cloud as well.\n\n\nNTT Data Intramart: Their workflow package “Intramart” ahs No.1 share in SMB market in Japan.\n\nWingARC Technologies : Major Domestic ISV of BI (Dr. SUM) and Form / Docuumets Output (SVF: Super Visual Formade) solution in Enterprise.\n\nWorks Applications: Their ERP package “COMPANY” has top share in ERP (HR) market in Japan\n\nSAISON Information Systems: Thier “HULFT” is well known and most popular file transfer middleware in Japan.\nhttp://www.hulft.com/software/hulft_7e/index.html\n\nInforteria: Their EAI package “Asteria” has No.1 share in Japanese market.\nhttp://www.infoteria.com/en/products/asteria/warp.html\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \nSome of referenciable customers’ information:\n\nYou can pick some of case studies for the slide\n\nMitsui & Co - a Japanese conglomerate with diverse business operations around the world. Mitsui uses cloud computing as one of their important IT initiatives to help develop new products and services that will further differentiate and grow their business. They use AWS to run the test and development environment of SAP enterprise systems to improve their business efficiency and services. \n\nRed Cross Japan – After the big earthquake in Japan during March 2011, Red Cross Japan needed to quickly launch the donation site to accelerate the relief effort and extend the worldwide reach.  ServerWorks, a solution provider of Amazon Web Services, swung into action and constructed the site within 48 hours using Amazon Web Services for Red Cross Japan. The web application site consists of web servers using Amazon EC2, and MySQL servers using Amazon RDS that is hosted in the APAC-Singapore Region.  By dynamically provisioning Amazon EC2 instances which they were using 50 servers at any one time, and the database instance using Amazon RDS, they were able to instantly scale up and down immediately to match the worldwide traffic workload.  The whole operation of the donation website ran very smoothly for Red Cross Japan. \n \ngumi Inc. - One of the largest social gaming companies in Japan, built their websites almost entirely on Amazon Web Services. The company handles over 50 million page views and 10 million unique users per day. They use AWS to scale capacity requirement quickly to meet customer demand. They have since reduced time to market and development costs. They are impressed with the network performance of the new Tokyo Region, and are planning to release their next social game as well as to build more of their services on AWS in the new AWS Tokyo Region.\n \nOlympus Memory Works Corporation – Olympus runs a photo sharing online service using AWS called “ib on the net” which provides free photo space, print and photobook services for both Japan and US markets. Olympus worked with Accenture Japan to implement the services using EC2 and S3.  Using AWS has saved them capital expenses and reduced cost to one fifth, while giving them peace of mind to meet the holiday peak seasons when there is high volume of customers accessing their online services.  \n \nRecruit - SUUMO, a housing and real estate information services operated by Recruit Co., Ltd, uses the AWS infrastructure platform to process vast amounts of large data sets easily and cost-effectively. SUUMO uses Amazon Elastic MapReduce to conduct data analysis which enables them to complete analysis of 1 billion logs in only 10 minutes. Recruit is currently running multiple projects in the new AWS Tokyo Region in preparation for launching new services to Japanese customers.\n \nZynga– Zynga has been using Amazon Web Services since the beginning of the Tokyo Region. AWS reduces their development cycle dramatically and gives them the flexibility to scale the infrastructure resources required to meet high traffic volume very quickly. In the social games environment, low latency and high availability are critical requirements to ensure the best user experience possible.\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • As you might guess, we run these big data jobs in the Cloud with Amazon Web Services. We load web site log file data into Amazon S3, use Amazon Elastic MapReduce to spin up large clusters of virtual severs to process the data and then use the results to update our product catalog.\n
  • Case Study is here:http://aws.amazon.com/solutions/case-studies/so-net/ \n\nSo-net\nAn entertainment corporation and is one of Japan’s major Internet Service Providers (ISPs) with over 4 million users across Japan. They also offer both communications network and media entertainment services amongst its core business.   \n\nBusiness Challenge/Requirement: \nIn the internet advertising business, customer event logs are critical to understanding customer behavior patterns, such as the frequency and amount of time spent on different pages and search patterns. So-net has been managing a fleet of on-premise servers to store and analyze their customer logs. However, So-net’s data volume has surged with the rapid growth of its business, drastically increasing capacity requirements and slowing log processing time. Given the importance of timely insights to the business, these delays quickly became unacceptable. In March 2010, So-net started a development project team to build a solution to handle their exploding data. They felt it was not practical to store and analyze 3.5 TB of yearly log data with their on-premise infrastructure, and do not like to rely on external resources to build and manage the infrastructure. They chose AWS because they know that no other vendor could offer their level of rapid innovation.\n\nImplementation: \nAfter a two-month test and evaluation period, the development team started uploading data into Amazon S3. In April 2011, So-net uploaded 5 TB into S3 and officially launched its information analytics system. Using Amazon Elastic MapReduce, So-net can now analyze up to twelve months of log data faster than it took to do a single month previously. \n\nBenefits: Both Amazon S3 and Amazon Elastic MapReduce have also brought huge ROI benefits to the company. So-net no longer incurs capital expenses and their operational costs are around JPY 500,000 per month, a huge savings compared to the tens of millions of Japanese Yen that would have been required to purchase and maintain on-premise infrastructure. \n \nSo-net has gained further cost savings by running Amazon Elastic MapReduce on Spot Instances which reduced the cost of their ad hoc data analysis by approximately 50%. \n \nFurthermore, So-net uses the AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) feature to easily manage the complex security and resource management requirements of its internal users.\n \nImpact: \nThe speed of access to critical customer insights has allowed So-net to differentiate their business in the face of a highly competitive and rapidly changing industry. To meet the demands of an ever expanding business, So-net’s development team is no longer worrying about infrastructure, but laser focused on differentiating their customer offerings and continuously working to improve their analytics systems.\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • BYOL is another success keys for using cloud in Enterprise.\nCustomers want to have not only IT resources but also support / license of enterprise software, like a SAP, Oracle, IBM...\n\nIn addition, for Japanese customers, I know that domestic major ISVs’ BYOL (to AWS ) are really important for migrating enterprise applications to the cloud. AWS has been working with domestic ISVs as well and AWS is keeping increasing ISVs who allow BYOL to AWS.\n\nYou can see Intramart, WingARC, Seison Information Systems, Works Applications and Infoteria.\nAs you may know, the domestic ISVs has No.1 share in each market. And now you can run the package on AWS cloud as well.\n\n\nNTT Data Intramart: Their workflow package “Intramart” ahs No.1 share in SMB market in Japan.\n\nWingARC Technologies : Major Domestic ISV of BI (Dr. SUM) and Form / Docuumets Output (SVF: Super Visual Formade) solution in Enterprise.\n\nWorks Applications: Their ERP package “COMPANY” has top share in ERP (HR) market in Japan\n\nSAISON Information Systems: Thier “HULFT” is well known and most popular file transfer middleware in Japan.\nhttp://www.hulft.com/software/hulft_7e/index.html\n\nInforteria: Their EAI package “Asteria” has No.1 share in Japanese market.\nhttp://www.infoteria.com/en/products/asteria/warp.html\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • BYOL is another success keys for using cloud in Enterprise.\nCustomers want to have not only IT resources but also support / license of enterprise software, like a SAP, Oracle, IBM...\n\nIn addition, for Japanese customers, I know that domestic major ISVs’ BYOL (to AWS ) are really important for migrating enterprise applications to the cloud. AWS has been working with domestic ISVs as well and AWS is keeping increasing ISVs who allow BYOL to AWS.\n\nYou can see Intramart, WingARC, Seison Information Systems, Works Applications and Infoteria.\nAs you may know, the domestic ISVs has No.1 share in each market. And now you can run the package on AWS cloud as well.\n\n\nNTT Data Intramart: Their workflow package “Intramart” ahs No.1 share in SMB market in Japan.\n\nWingARC Technologies : Major Domestic ISV of BI (Dr. SUM) and Form / Docuumets Output (SVF: Super Visual Formade) solution in Enterprise.\n\nWorks Applications: Their ERP package “COMPANY” has top share in ERP (HR) market in Japan\n\nSAISON Information Systems: Thier “HULFT” is well known and most popular file transfer middleware in Japan.\nhttp://www.hulft.com/software/hulft_7e/index.html\n\nInforteria: Their EAI package “Asteria” has No.1 share in Japanese market.\nhttp://www.infoteria.com/en/products/asteria/warp.html\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • We have been expanding partners eco-system in Japan. We have 30 + partners.\nThis is really key for delivering solutions to enterprise customers in Japan.\n
  • \n
  • As one of the first cloud servicers, AWS defines cloud computing with six attributes that would help IT shops to resolve the challenges.\n\nIT部門は、サーバーやストレージを購入する費用について心配する必要がない。\n\nThe first point is that IT department would no longer worry about capital expenditures purchasing servers and storage. As technology evolves, technical resources keep adding and replacing infrastructures impacting the bottom line.\n\n固定資産や契約から開放され、自分が使った分だけ支払えばいいのです。\nLow variable Pricing, very new concept to IT would free organizations from fixed assets and contracts to allow paying for only what has been used.\n\nユーザーによるセルフサービスにより、数クリックで新しいインフラを追加することができるので、従来のインフラのように長い時間を待つ必要がありません。\nSelf-Service by users will make deploying new Infrastructure a few clicks away. No need to waging thru lengthy procurement processes.\n\nサーバーやストレージは簡単にスケールアップやダウンが可能です。それも10台20台という単位でなく数千台という単位で可能です。\nCompute and storage can be easily scale up and down using the Self-Service portal not in tens of servers but in thousands of servers.\n\n結果として市場投入の時間を短縮することができます。\nAs the result, cloud would improve agility and time to market, not only making it easier, quicker and cheaper to do new things but also realizing what was impossible in the pre-cloud days.\n\n今までのインフラを簡単、すばやく、安価にできるだけでなく、今までにできなかったことも実現することができるようになるのです。\n
  • As one of the first cloud servicers, AWS defines cloud computing with six attributes that would help IT shops to resolve the challenges.\n\nIT部門は、サーバーやストレージを購入する費用について心配する必要がない。\n\nThe first point is that IT department would no longer worry about capital expenditures purchasing servers and storage. As technology evolves, technical resources keep adding and replacing infrastructures impacting the bottom line.\n\n固定資産や契約から開放され、自分が使った分だけ支払えばいいのです。\nLow variable Pricing, very new concept to IT would free organizations from fixed assets and contracts to allow paying for only what has been used.\n\nユーザーによるセルフサービスにより、数クリックで新しいインフラを追加することができるので、従来のインフラのように長い時間を待つ必要がありません。\nSelf-Service by users will make deploying new Infrastructure a few clicks away. No need to waging thru lengthy procurement processes.\n\nサーバーやストレージは簡単にスケールアップやダウンが可能です。それも10台20台という単位でなく数千台という単位で可能です。\nCompute and storage can be easily scale up and down using the Self-Service portal not in tens of servers but in thousands of servers.\n\n結果として市場投入の時間を短縮することができます。\nAs the result, cloud would improve agility and time to market, not only making it easier, quicker and cheaper to do new things but also realizing what was impossible in the pre-cloud days.\n\n今までのインフラを簡単、すばやく、安価にできるだけでなく、今までにできなかったことも実現することができるようになるのです。\n
  • As one of the first cloud servicers, AWS defines cloud computing with six attributes that would help IT shops to resolve the challenges.\n\nIT部門は、サーバーやストレージを購入する費用について心配する必要がない。\n\nThe first point is that IT department would no longer worry about capital expenditures purchasing servers and storage. As technology evolves, technical resources keep adding and replacing infrastructures impacting the bottom line.\n\n固定資産や契約から開放され、自分が使った分だけ支払えばいいのです。\nLow variable Pricing, very new concept to IT would free organizations from fixed assets and contracts to allow paying for only what has been used.\n\nユーザーによるセルフサービスにより、数クリックで新しいインフラを追加することができるので、従来のインフラのように長い時間を待つ必要がありません。\nSelf-Service by users will make deploying new Infrastructure a few clicks away. No need to waging thru lengthy procurement processes.\n\nサーバーやストレージは簡単にスケールアップやダウンが可能です。それも10台20台という単位でなく数千台という単位で可能です。\nCompute and storage can be easily scale up and down using the Self-Service portal not in tens of servers but in thousands of servers.\n\n結果として市場投入の時間を短縮することができます。\nAs the result, cloud would improve agility and time to market, not only making it easier, quicker and cheaper to do new things but also realizing what was impossible in the pre-cloud days.\n\n今までのインフラを簡単、すばやく、安価にできるだけでなく、今までにできなかったことも実現することができるようになるのです。\n
  • As one of the first cloud servicers, AWS defines cloud computing with six attributes that would help IT shops to resolve the challenges.\n\nIT部門は、サーバーやストレージを購入する費用について心配する必要がない。\n\nThe first point is that IT department would no longer worry about capital expenditures purchasing servers and storage. As technology evolves, technical resources keep adding and replacing infrastructures impacting the bottom line.\n\n固定資産や契約から開放され、自分が使った分だけ支払えばいいのです。\nLow variable Pricing, very new concept to IT would free organizations from fixed assets and contracts to allow paying for only what has been used.\n\nユーザーによるセルフサービスにより、数クリックで新しいインフラを追加することができるので、従来のインフラのように長い時間を待つ必要がありません。\nSelf-Service by users will make deploying new Infrastructure a few clicks away. No need to waging thru lengthy procurement processes.\n\nサーバーやストレージは簡単にスケールアップやダウンが可能です。それも10台20台という単位でなく数千台という単位で可能です。\nCompute and storage can be easily scale up and down using the Self-Service portal not in tens of servers but in thousands of servers.\n\n結果として市場投入の時間を短縮することができます。\nAs the result, cloud would improve agility and time to market, not only making it easier, quicker and cheaper to do new things but also realizing what was impossible in the pre-cloud days.\n\n今までのインフラを簡単、すばやく、安価にできるだけでなく、今までにできなかったことも実現することができるようになるのです。\n
  • As one of the first cloud servicers, AWS defines cloud computing with six attributes that would help IT shops to resolve the challenges.\n\nIT部門は、サーバーやストレージを購入する費用について心配する必要がない。\n\nThe first point is that IT department would no longer worry about capital expenditures purchasing servers and storage. As technology evolves, technical resources keep adding and replacing infrastructures impacting the bottom line.\n\n固定資産や契約から開放され、自分が使った分だけ支払えばいいのです。\nLow variable Pricing, very new concept to IT would free organizations from fixed assets and contracts to allow paying for only what has been used.\n\nユーザーによるセルフサービスにより、数クリックで新しいインフラを追加することができるので、従来のインフラのように長い時間を待つ必要がありません。\nSelf-Service by users will make deploying new Infrastructure a few clicks away. No need to waging thru lengthy procurement processes.\n\nサーバーやストレージは簡単にスケールアップやダウンが可能です。それも10台20台という単位でなく数千台という単位で可能です。\nCompute and storage can be easily scale up and down using the Self-Service portal not in tens of servers but in thousands of servers.\n\n結果として市場投入の時間を短縮することができます。\nAs the result, cloud would improve agility and time to market, not only making it easier, quicker and cheaper to do new things but also realizing what was impossible in the pre-cloud days.\n\n今までのインフラを簡単、すばやく、安価にできるだけでなく、今までにできなかったことも実現することができるようになるのです。\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • BYOL is another success keys for using cloud in Enterprise.\nCustomers want to have not only IT resources but also support / license of enterprise software, like a SAP, Oracle, IBM...\n\nIn addition, for Japanese customers, I know that domestic major ISVs’ BYOL (to AWS ) are really important for migrating enterprise applications to the cloud. AWS has been working with domestic ISVs as well and AWS is keeping increasing ISVs who allow BYOL to AWS.\n\nYou can see Intramart, WingARC, Seison Information Systems, Works Applications and Infoteria.\nAs you may know, the domestic ISVs has No.1 share in each market. And now you can run the package on AWS cloud as well.\n\n\nNTT Data Intramart: Their workflow package “Intramart” ahs No.1 share in SMB market in Japan.\n\nWingARC Technologies : Major Domestic ISV of BI (Dr. SUM) and Form / Docuumets Output (SVF: Super Visual Formade) solution in Enterprise.\n\nWorks Applications: Their ERP package “COMPANY” has top share in ERP (HR) market in Japan\n\nSAISON Information Systems: Thier “HULFT” is well known and most popular file transfer middleware in Japan.\nhttp://www.hulft.com/software/hulft_7e/index.html\n\nInforteria: Their EAI package “Asteria” has No.1 share in Japanese market.\nhttp://www.infoteria.com/en/products/asteria/warp.html\n
  • BYOL is another success keys for using cloud in Enterprise.\nCustomers want to have not only IT resources but also support / license of enterprise software, like a SAP, Oracle, IBM...\n\nIn addition, for Japanese customers, I know that domestic major ISVs’ BYOL (to AWS ) are really important for migrating enterprise applications to the cloud. AWS has been working with domestic ISVs as well and AWS is keeping increasing ISVs who allow BYOL to AWS.\n\nYou can see Intramart, WingARC, Seison Information Systems, Works Applications and Infoteria.\nAs you may know, the domestic ISVs has No.1 share in each market. And now you can run the package on AWS cloud as well.\n\n\nNTT Data Intramart: Their workflow package “Intramart” ahs No.1 share in SMB market in Japan.\n\nWingARC Technologies : Major Domestic ISV of BI (Dr. SUM) and Form / Docuumets Output (SVF: Super Visual Formade) solution in Enterprise.\n\nWorks Applications: Their ERP package “COMPANY” has top share in ERP (HR) market in Japan\n\nSAISON Information Systems: Thier “HULFT” is well known and most popular file transfer middleware in Japan.\nhttp://www.hulft.com/software/hulft_7e/index.html\n\nInforteria: Their EAI package “Asteria” has No.1 share in Japanese market.\nhttp://www.infoteria.com/en/products/asteria/warp.html\n
  • BYOL is another success keys for using cloud in Enterprise.\nCustomers want to have not only IT resources but also support / license of enterprise software, like a SAP, Oracle, IBM...\n\nIn addition, for Japanese customers, I know that domestic major ISVs’ BYOL (to AWS ) are really important for migrating enterprise applications to the cloud. AWS has been working with domestic ISVs as well and AWS is keeping increasing ISVs who allow BYOL to AWS.\n\nYou can see Intramart, WingARC, Seison Information Systems, Works Applications and Infoteria.\nAs you may know, the domestic ISVs has No.1 share in each market. And now you can run the package on AWS cloud as well.\n\n\nNTT Data Intramart: Their workflow package “Intramart” ahs No.1 share in SMB market in Japan.\n\nWingARC Technologies : Major Domestic ISV of BI (Dr. SUM) and Form / Docuumets Output (SVF: Super Visual Formade) solution in Enterprise.\n\nWorks Applications: Their ERP package “COMPANY” has top share in ERP (HR) market in Japan\n\nSAISON Information Systems: Thier “HULFT” is well known and most popular file transfer middleware in Japan.\nhttp://www.hulft.com/software/hulft_7e/index.html\n\nInforteria: Their EAI package “Asteria” has No.1 share in Japanese market.\nhttp://www.infoteria.com/en/products/asteria/warp.html\n

AWSアップデート (2012-08-27 JAWS-UG 札幌 第7回 勉強会) AWSアップデート (2012-08-27 JAWS-UG 札幌 第7回 勉強会) Presentation Transcript