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JAWS-UG 札幌 第7回勉強会       AWSアップデートテクニカルエバンジェリスト代理  得上 竜一 (@tottokug)株式会社マイニングブラウニー
堀内康弘の自己紹介AWS テクニカルエバンジェリストTwitter: @horiuchi1978年7月12日 山梨県生まれ経歴2004年 Vcube BtoB Webシステム開発2006年 FlipClip 動画共有サービスの開発、運用2009...
得上竜一の自己紹介テクニカルエバンジェリスト(代理)Twitter: @tottokug1983年5月6日 東京都生まれ経歴2002年 東京電力 電力保安用ネットワーク保守2005年 某家電・PCの安い店で価格に関するシステム開発2005年 米...
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【質問】下記のAWSの説明で正しいものを選んでください
【質問】下記のAWSの説明で 正しいものを選んでください□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上
【質問】下記のAWSの説明で 正しいものを選んでください□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上□データセンターの規模 AWS > Amazon.com
【質問】下記のAWSの説明で 正しいものを選んでください□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上□データセンターの規模 AWS > Amazon.com□日本にデータセンターがある
【質問】下記のAWSの説明で 正しいものを選んでください□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上□データセンターの規模 AWS > Amazon.com□日本にデータセンターがある□日本語の24時間サポートがある
【質問】下記のAWSの説明で 正しいものを選んでください□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上□データセンターの規模 AWS > Amazon.com□日本にデータセンターがある□日本語の24時間サポートがある□AWSは一度も値上げをしたことがない
【答え】全部正しい□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上□データセンターの規模 AWS > Amazon.com□日本にデータセンターがある□日本語の24時間サポートがある□AWSは一度も値上げをしたことがない
【答え】全部正しい□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上✔□データセンターの規模✔ AWS > Amazon.com✔□日本にデータセンターがある✔□日本語の24時間サポートがある✔□AWSは一度も値上げをしたことがない
AWSは2006年からサービスを開始
190カ国に及ぶ数十万のお客様
多くの人気のあるインターネットビジネスに採用
多くエンタープライズ企業にも採用
政府機関にも採用
日本でのAWS導入顧客
日本を含め世界に8箇所のリージョン
グローバルなインフラストラクチャ
グローバルなインフラストラクチャ                                リージョン                                エッジローケーション  オレゴン     GovCloud        ...
AWS リージョンとアベイラビリティゾーンアプリケーションとデータをどこに配備するかは      お客様自身が決定
日本での利用が急拡大中東京リージョンがAWS史上最速の初年度成長を遂げました
amazon.comもAWSのお客様
アマゾン ドット コムが2000年当時 年商27.6億ドルの企業であった時に必要なキャパシティと同等のものを  AWSは毎日追加しています      (circa 2000)
AWSサービスもすごい勢いで成長 Peak Requests:   650,000+   per second
AWSサービスもすごい勢いで成長1000.0            Peak Requests:              650,000+              per second                            ...
AWSサービスもすごい勢いで成長1000.0            Peak Requests:                                            905              650,000+     ...
AWSサービスもすごい勢いで成長1000.0            Peak Requests:                                            905              650,000+     ...
日本語による充実したサポート体制
AWS Support        日本語でのサポートをご提供しております        http://aws.amazon.com/jp/premiumsupport/                 ベーシック      デベロッパー  ...
AWS Premium Supportへのお客様の声            「サポートの方のおかげで、数週間という短期間でリリースにこぎつけられました。また、リリース            後のトラブル発生時も、サポートの方が迅速に対応してくれ...
過去6年間で19回の値下げ規模の拡大とイノベーション
過去6年間で19回の値下げ規模の拡大とイノベーション   コストダウンをお客様に返還(値下げ)
5月後半のアップデートまとめAmazon CloudFrontが動的コンテンツの配信をサポートAmazon Simple Email Service (SES)がドメイン検証機能を追加Amazon RDSのリードレプリカがVPCでも作成可能にE...
6月アップデートまとめElastiCache 60日無料トライアル開始 – 750時間分の Amazon ElastiCache スモールキャッシュノード使用RDS for OracleでOracle Enterprize Manager(OE...
6月のアップデートまとめ その2 VPC内でELBを利用可能に RDSでマイクロインスタンスが利用可能に IAM role for EC2が追加 Amazon S3に保存されるオブジェクトが1兆を突破 EMRでHBaseが利用可能に サポートプ...
サポート:サードパーティー製ソフトウェアのサポート – OS - Amazon Linux、 Ubuntu、 RHE、 SUSE、 Microsoft Server   2003 & 2008 R2) – ウェブサーバー - Apache、 I...
サポート:Trusted Adviser
サポート:Trusted Adviser
サポート:ヘルスチェック
サポート:ヘルスチェック
サポート:チャット
6月のアップデートまとめ その3 EC2のIPアドレスレンジを追加(2,375,592個に) CloudFormationがDynamoDB,CloudFrontの動的コンテンツサポート EUリージョンでcc2.8XLインスタンスが利用可能に ...
7月のアップデートまとめ その1VPC内の単一EC2インスタンスに複数のIPアドレス関連づけが可能にElastic Beanstalkが北米西部の2つのリージョンでも利用可能にMFA-Protected API Access 発表Amazon ...
7月のアップデートまとめ その2 EC2インスタンスのステータスメトリクス Amazon CloudWatch - Microsoft Windows用の監視スクリプト AWS Management Console – AWS Marketpl...
AWS Management Console Updates その1マーケットプレイスへのアクセスが簡単に
AWS Management Console Updates その2ディスクの編集が可能に
AWS Management Console Updates その2ディスクの編集が可能に
AWS Management Console Updates その2ディスクの編集が可能に
8月のアップデートまとめEMRがHadoop1.0.3をサポートDynamoDBの最小スループットが1にDirectConnectがManagementConsoleで操作可能にManagementConsoleでDynamoDBのアイテムのコ...
クラウドコンピューティングとは?
いつでも、必要なだけ、安価に電気     工場                送電線   発電所
いつでも、必要なだけ、安価に電気         工場                    送電線      発電所コンピュータ         IT部門                  インターネット                   ...
クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易   ITインフラコスト                       時間
クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易   ITインフラコスト                        需要予測                       時間
クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易   ITインフラコスト                        需要予測                        従来のIT調達                       時間
クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易   ITインフラコスト                        需要予測                        従来のIT調達                       ...
クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易   ITインフラコスト                        需要予測                        従来のIT調達                機会     ...
クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易   ITインフラコスト                      キャパ                      シティ                      不足        ...
クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易   ITインフラコスト                        需要予測                        従来のIT調達                       ...
仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2                     AWSの                     データ                     センター
仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2        仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2)                            AWSの                            データ                ...
仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2        仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2)         イメージ         から                            AWSの                       ...
仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2        仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2)          Windows          ( 標準サイズ)         イメージ         から                    ...
仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2        仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2)          Windows    CentOS          ( 標準サイズ)   (高CPU)         イメージ         から ...
仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2        仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2)          Windows    CentOS   Oracle DB(Linux)          ( 標準サイズ)   (高CPU)   (高メ...
仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2        仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2)          Windows    CentOS   Oracle DB(Linux)          ( 標準サイズ)   (高CPU)   (高メ...
仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2        仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2)          Windows    CentOS   Oracle DB(Linux)          ( 標準サイズ)   (高CPU)   (高メ...
仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2         仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2)              Windows    CentOS   Oracle DB(Linux)              ( 標準サイズ)   (高C...
仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2           仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2)                Windows    CentOS   Oracle DB(Linux)                ( 標準サイズ)...
仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2              仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2)                   Windows    CentOS   Oracle DB(Linux)                  ...
Amazon EC2必要な時に必要なだけサーバーを起動   仮想サーバー(Amazon EC2)     Windows    CentOS   Oracle DB(Linux)     ( 標準サイズ)   (高CPU)   (高メモリ)起動...
EC2事例: WebアプリケーションEC2サーバの数      4/12/2008 4/14/2008 4/16/2008 4/18/2008 4/20/2008
EC2事例: WebアプリケーションEC2サーバの数      4/12/2008 4/14/2008 4/16/2008 4/18/2008 4/20/2008
EC2事例: WebアプリケーションEC2サーバの数            Facebook上での公開      4/12/2008 4/14/2008 4/16/2008 4/18/2008 4/20/2008
EC2事例: Webアプリケーション              トラフィックの急増にも対応              (ピーク時は5000サーバー)EC2サーバの数            Facebook上での公開      4/12/2008...
EC2事例: 金融サービスEC2サーバの数             水曜          金曜        日曜         火曜           4/22/2009   4/24/2009 4/26/2009 4/28/2009
EC2事例: 金融サービスEC2サーバの数             水曜          金曜        日曜         火曜           4/22/2009   4/24/2009 4/26/2009 4/28/2009
EC2事例: 金融サービス                 3,000サーバを利用EC2サーバの数             水曜          金曜        日曜         火曜           4/22/2009   4/...
EC2事例: 金融サービス                 3,000サーバを利用EC2サーバの数                           週末は300                           サーバー         ...
EC2は、特定のOSや開発言語に縛られない
クラウド上で既存の商用ライセンス利用可能
複数プラットフォームのVMイメージをEC2に移行(インポート、エクスポート)可能
利用形態に合わせた柔軟な料金プランクラウドサーバ             = 約1.6円∼ 192円 / 時間Amazon EC2
利用形態に合わせた柔軟な料金プラン                 オンデマンド インスタンスクラウドサーバ             = 約1.6円∼ 192円 / 時間Amazon EC2
利用形態に合わせた柔軟な料金プラン                 オンデマンド インスタンスクラウドサーバ             = 約1.6円∼ 192円 / 時間Amazon EC2                   2012年3  ...
利用形態に合わせた柔軟な料金プラン                 オンデマンド インスタンスクラウドサーバ             = 約1.6円∼ 192円 / 時間Amazon EC2                   2012年3  ...
Web Server Utilization          Busy             Provisioned80.000060.000040.000020.0000     0      5AM        12PM   7PM ...
Web Server Utilization with Auto Scaling          Busy               Provisioned80.000060.000040.000020.0000      0       ...
Web Server Utilization with Auto Scaling          Busy               Provisioned80.000060.000040.0000                     ...
Web Server Cost with Auto Scaling$52/hr$35/hr$17/hr $0/hr     5AM      12PM      7PM       2AM
Web Server Cost with EC2 Purchasing Options         Reserved          On-Demand         Spot$52/hr$35/hr$17/hr $0/hr     5...
Web Server Cost with EC2 Purchasing Options         Reserved          On-Demand         Spot$52/hr$35/hr                  ...
EC2だけじゃない様々なサービス  ビルディングブロック
AWS のビルディングブロック
AWS のビルディングブロック                 アベイラビリティゾーンAWSのグローバルなインフラ                 エッジロケーション                   リージョン
AWS のビルディングブロック基盤サービス                  ストレージ                  データベース                 ネットワーク コンピュート                        ...
AWS のビルディングブロックアプリケーションプラットフォームサービス                      メッセージング                                      ライブラリ&SDK コンテンツ配信   ...
AWS のビルディングブロック運用と管理Block ServicesBuilding  Web インター             認証 &アクセス                 デプロイ&自動化                    モニタリ...
AWS のビルディングブロック                          お客様のアプリケーション運用と管理Block ServicesBuilding  Web インター             認証 &アクセス           ...
AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例    東京リージョン       ロード                  バランサ     ゾーンA                   ゾーンB      Webサーバ            ...
AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例            東京リージョン       ロード                          バランサ             ゾーンA                   ゾーンB...
AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例            東京リージョン       ロード                          バランサ             ゾーンA                   ゾーンB...
AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例            東京リージョン       ロード                          バランサ             ゾーンA                   ゾーンB...
AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例            東京リージョン       ロード                          バランサ             ゾーンA                   ゾーンB...
AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例            東京リージョン       ロード              ロードバランサー                          バランサ             で負荷分散...
AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例            東京リージョン       ロード              ロードバランサーオートスケーリ                   バランサ             で負荷分散...
AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例                                           Route53で独自ド                                             ...
高い耐久性を誇るオンラインストレージAmazon Simple Storage Service           (S3)
Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤
Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤      S3       東京リージョン
Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤             世界中の7拠点から選択      S3       東京リージョン
Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤              世界中の7拠点から選択      S3       東京リージョン           データセンターA      バケット
Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤                   世界中の7拠点から選択データ置くだけ。           S3インフラ、電源、    東京リージョン気にしない。容量無制限。                デー...
Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤                   世界中の7拠点から選択データ置くだけ。           S3                    保存するデータは、インフラ、電源、    東京リージョン ...
Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤                    世界中の7拠点から選択データ置くだけ。           S3                         保存するデータは、インフラ、電源、    東京...
Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤                    世界中の7拠点から選択データ置くだけ。           S3                         保存するデータは、インフラ、電源、    東京...
Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤                    世界中の7拠点から選択データ置くだけ。           S3                         保存するデータは、インフラ、電源、    東京...
Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤                    世界中の7拠点から選択データ置くだけ。           S3                         保存するデータは、インフラ、電源、    東京...
Q. ファイルはどこに保存されているのですか?A. Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)です。
セキュリティはだいじょうぶ?
セキュリティ=トッププライオリティ
セキュリティの考え方 =クラウドを使った方がセキュリティレベルが上がる事が多いWebサイト/アプリケーション                                  Your これまでと同様のセキュリティを              ...
閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud     クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築     既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用     顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWS...
閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud     クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築     既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用     顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWS...
閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud     クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築     既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用     顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWS...
閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud     クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築     既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用     顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWS...
閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud     クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築     既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用     顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWS...
閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud     クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築     既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用     顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWS...
閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud     クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築     既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用     顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWS...
専用サーバー(シングルテナント)      Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
専用サーバー(シングルテナント)      通常のEC2      物理サーバー      Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
専用サーバー(シングルテナント)      通常のEC2      物理サーバー        顧客A      Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
専用サーバー(シングルテナント)      通常のEC2      物理サーバー        顧客A                顧客B      Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
専用サーバー(シングルテナント)      通常のEC2      物理サーバー        顧客A                顧客B          顧客C      Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Servi...
専用サーバー(シングルテナント)      通常のEC2      物理サーバー        顧客A                顧客B          顧客C     Dedicated Instance      物理サーバー    ...
専用サーバー(シングルテナント)      通常のEC2      物理サーバー        顧客A                顧客B          顧客C     Dedicated Instance      物理サーバー    ...
専用サーバー(シングルテナント)      通常のEC2      物理サーバー        顧客A                顧客B          顧客C     Dedicated Instance      物理サーバー    ...
クラウドへの専用線接続AWS Direct Connect                    リージョン                    EC2  イントラ                    VPC                ...
クラウドへの専用線接続AWS Direct Connect                     リージョン         専用線         EC2         接続  イントラ                     VPC  ...
Next Step
自分ではじめる
すぐに始められます。 http://aws.amazon.com/jp/aws-first-step/
「はじめてのアマゾンクラウド」シリーズの資料         「はじめてのアマゾンクラウド」シリーズ         の資料が参考になります          ①AWSアカウント開設          http://slidesha.re/aw...
「AWSの無料使用枠」毎月、下記の分、1年間無料で使えますhttp://aws.amazon.com/jp/free/
イベント・セミナーを多数実施 http://aws.amazon.com/jp/event_schedule/
クラウドデザインパターン(CDP)
まとめ
AWSにおけるクラウドコンピューティングのメリット
AWSにおけるクラウドコンピューティングのメリット  初期投資不要
AWSにおけるクラウドコンピューティングのメリット  初期投資不要        自由自在なスケール                  アップ・ダウン                Deploy
AWSにおけるクラウドコンピューティングのメリット  初期投資不要        自由自在なスケール                  アップ・ダウン                Deploy   低額な従量課金
AWSにおけるクラウドコンピューティングのメリット  初期投資不要        自由自在なスケール                  アップ・ダウン                Deploy   低額な従量課金               ...
AWSにおけるクラウドコンピューティングのメリット  初期投資不要           自由自在なスケール                     アップ・ダウン                   Deploy     インフラ管理からの解放...
AWSでインフラ管理の負担が大きく減少       貴重なリソースは本業に集中           30%         70%オンプレミス     本来の  環境                 差別化につながらない           業...
ご静聴ありがとうございました。
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9月13・14日
AWS re:Invent 2012 in ラスベガス http://reinvent.awseventsjapan.com/
AWS re:Invent 2012 in ラスベガス    11月27・28・29日 http://reinvent.awseventsjapan.com/
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AWSアップデート (2012-08-27 JAWS-UG 札幌 第7回 勉強会)
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  • \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
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  • \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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • 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<explanation for each domestic ISVs>\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<explanation for each domestic ISVs>\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<explanation for each domestic ISVs>\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
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  • \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
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  • 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
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  • 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<explanation for each domestic ISVs>\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
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  • 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<explanation for each domestic ISVs>\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
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • 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<explanation for each domestic ISVs>\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<explanation for each domestic ISVs>\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<explanation for each domestic ISVs>\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
  • Transcript of "AWSアップデート (2012-08-27 JAWS-UG 札幌 第7回 勉強会)"

    1. 1. JAWS-UG 札幌 第7回勉強会 AWSアップデートテクニカルエバンジェリスト代理 得上 竜一 (@tottokug)株式会社マイニングブラウニー
    2. 2. 堀内康弘の自己紹介AWS テクニカルエバンジェリストTwitter: @horiuchi1978年7月12日 山梨県生まれ経歴2004年 Vcube BtoB Webシステム開発2006年 FlipClip 動画共有サービスの開発、運用2009年 gumi ソーシャルゲーム2012年 AWS テクニカルエヴァンジェリスト
    3. 3. 得上竜一の自己紹介テクニカルエバンジェリスト(代理)Twitter: @tottokug1983年5月6日 東京都生まれ経歴2002年 東京電力 電力保安用ネットワーク保守2005年 某家電・PCの安い店で価格に関するシステム開発2005年 米国法人MiningBrownie,Inc. 設立2006年 株式会社マイニングブラウニー 設立
    4. 4. Amazonのビジネス
    5. 5. Amazonのビジネス 一般消費者様 向けサービス Eコマース Amazon.co.jp•数千万アカウント•8カ国: Japan, US, UK,Germany, France, Canada,China, Italy
    6. 6. Amazonのビジネス 一般消費者様 セラー様 向けサービス 向けサービス マーケットプレイス Eコマース 物流サービス Amazon.co.jp Amazon Services•数千万アカウント •Amazon ウェブサイト上で•8カ国: Japan, US, UK, の販売Germany, France, Canada, •Amazonの大規模な物流シChina, Italy ステムを活用
    7. 7. Amazonのビジネス 一般消費者様 セラー様 開発者様 ITプロ様 向けサービス 向けサービス 向けサービス マーケットプレイス クラウド Eコマース 物流サービス コンピューティング Amazon.co.jp Amazon Services Amazon Web Services•数千万アカウント •Amazon ウェブサイト上で •スケールするWebサービ•8カ国: Japan, US, UK, の販売 スを運用するためのインフGermany, France, Canada, •Amazonの大規模な物流シ ラを提供China, Italy ステムを活用 •世界に数十万の顧客
    8. 8. 【質問】下記のAWSの説明で正しいものを選んでください
    9. 9. 【質問】下記のAWSの説明で 正しいものを選んでください□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上
    10. 10. 【質問】下記のAWSの説明で 正しいものを選んでください□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上□データセンターの規模 AWS > Amazon.com
    11. 11. 【質問】下記のAWSの説明で 正しいものを選んでください□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上□データセンターの規模 AWS > Amazon.com□日本にデータセンターがある
    12. 12. 【質問】下記のAWSの説明で 正しいものを選んでください□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上□データセンターの規模 AWS > Amazon.com□日本にデータセンターがある□日本語の24時間サポートがある
    13. 13. 【質問】下記のAWSの説明で 正しいものを選んでください□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上□データセンターの規模 AWS > Amazon.com□日本にデータセンターがある□日本語の24時間サポートがある□AWSは一度も値上げをしたことがない
    14. 14. 【答え】全部正しい□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上□データセンターの規模 AWS > Amazon.com□日本にデータセンターがある□日本語の24時間サポートがある□AWSは一度も値上げをしたことがない
    15. 15. 【答え】全部正しい□クラウドサービスを始めて5年以上✔□データセンターの規模✔ AWS > Amazon.com✔□日本にデータセンターがある✔□日本語の24時間サポートがある✔□AWSは一度も値上げをしたことがない
    16. 16. AWSは2006年からサービスを開始
    17. 17. 190カ国に及ぶ数十万のお客様
    18. 18. 多くの人気のあるインターネットビジネスに採用
    19. 19. 多くエンタープライズ企業にも採用
    20. 20. 政府機関にも採用
    21. 21. 日本でのAWS導入顧客
    22. 22. 日本を含め世界に8箇所のリージョン
    23. 23. グローバルなインフラストラクチャ
    24. 24. グローバルなインフラストラクチャ リージョン エッジローケーション オレゴン GovCloud 東京 ダブリン バージニアカリフォルニア シンガポール サンパウロ AWSを利用開始すれば、 世界7(+1)カ所のリージョン(地域) 17のアベイラビリティゾーン(データセンター) 30のエッジロケーションを即座に利用可能
    25. 25. AWS リージョンとアベイラビリティゾーンアプリケーションとデータをどこに配備するかは お客様自身が決定
    26. 26. 日本での利用が急拡大中東京リージョンがAWS史上最速の初年度成長を遂げました
    27. 27. amazon.comもAWSのお客様
    28. 28. アマゾン ドット コムが2000年当時 年商27.6億ドルの企業であった時に必要なキャパシティと同等のものを AWSは毎日追加しています (circa 2000)
    29. 29. AWSサービスもすごい勢いで成長 Peak Requests: 650,000+ per second
    30. 30. AWSサービスもすごい勢いで成長1000.0 Peak Requests: 650,000+ per second 762 750.0 500.0 262 250.0 102 40 2.9 14 0 Q4 2006 Q4 2007 Q4 2008 Q4 2009 Q4 2010 Q4 2011 Q1 2012
    31. 31. AWSサービスもすごい勢いで成長1000.0 Peak Requests: 905 650,000+ per second 762 750.0 500.0 262 250.0 102 40 2.9 14 0 Q4 2006 Q4 2007 Q4 2008 Q4 2009 Q4 2010 Q4 2011 Q1 2012
    32. 32. AWSサービスもすごい勢いで成長1000.0 Peak Requests: 905 650,000+ per second 762 750.0 500.0 262 250.0 102 40 2.9 14 0 Q4 2006 Q4 2007 Q4 2008 Q4 2009 Q4 2010 Q4 2011 Q1 2012 1兆ものオブジェクトがS3に格納
    33. 33. 日本語による充実したサポート体制
    34. 34. AWS Support 日本語でのサポートをご提供しております http://aws.amazon.com/jp/premiumsupport/ ベーシック デベロッパー ビジネス エンタープライズサポートフォーラム 利用可能 利用可能 利用可能 利用可能サポートへの EC2の健全性エラー 電話、チャット、 電話、チャット、 コンタクトフォームコンタクト が発生した場合 コンタクトフォーム コンタクトフォーム 12時間以内最速初回応答時間 不可 1時間以内 15分以内 (営業時間内)連絡先登録 1 5 無制限24/365対応 なし なし あり あり上級サポートエンジニア なし なし あり ありへの直接ルーティング専任スタッフ なし なし なし あり特別サポート なし なし なし あり AWS利用総額の AWS利用総額の $0~$10K: 10% $0~$150K: 10% $10K~$80K: 7% $150K~$500K: 7%料金(月額) 無料 $49 $80K~$250K: 5% $500K~$1000K: 5% $250K∼ 3% $1000K∼ 3% (最低$100) (最低$15K)
    35. 35. AWS Premium Supportへのお客様の声 「サポートの方のおかげで、数週間という短期間でリリースにこぎつけられました。また、リリース 後のトラブル発生時も、サポートの方が迅速に対応してくれたのですぐに問題の特定ができました。」 三井共同建設コンサルタント様 「Windowsに関するケースを中心にサポートの依頼をしていますが、どのサポートの方も昼夜問 わず非常にクオリティの高いサービスレベルに感動しました。本当に助かっています。ど うもありがとうございます。」 株式会社電通国際情報サービス エグゼクティブ・プロジェクト・ディレクター  渥美 俊英 様 「数あるAWSのサービスの中でも、最も好きなサービスがプレミアムサポートです。このサー ビスがあるおかげで、トラブルが発生した場合も迅速に対処でき、弊社のサービスレベルを高く保つ ことができています。また、対応の丁寧さ、的確さにも大変満足しています。」 アイレット株式会社(cloudpack事業部)エバンジェリスト 後藤 和貴 様 「プレミアムサポートは、本当に驚くべきクオリティです。日本のサービスの方がサポートが 良いという漠然としたイメージがありましたが、考えが根底から覆りました。私たちが日頃安心 してAWSを利用できるのも、プレミアムサポートがあればこそ、と断言できます。」 株式会社サーバーワークス 代表取締役 大石 良 様 「現在、プレミアムサポートの契約をさせていただいておりますが、レスポンスおよび回答 の精度について満足しております。」 株式会社ラクス クラウド事業本部 カスタマーサービス部 課長 竹田 昌男 様
    36. 36. 過去6年間で19回の値下げ規模の拡大とイノベーション
    37. 37. 過去6年間で19回の値下げ規模の拡大とイノベーション コストダウンをお客様に返還(値下げ)
    38. 38. 5月後半のアップデートまとめAmazon CloudFrontが動的コンテンツの配信をサポートAmazon Simple Email Service (SES)がドメイン検証機能を追加Amazon RDSのリードレプリカがVPCでも作成可能にELB マネジメントコンソールからSSLの設定が可能に米国西部(北カリフォルニア)、米国西部(オレゴン)もIPv6をサポートを開始Amazon DynamoDBのテーブル操作がマネジメントコンソールから可能にAmazon EC2のVMをエクスポートできる機能が追加Amazon RDS for OracleでOracle Enterprise Manager (OEM)が利用可能に Copyright © 2011 Amazon Web Services
    39. 39. 6月アップデートまとめElastiCache 60日無料トライアル開始 – 750時間分の Amazon ElastiCache スモールキャッシュノード使用RDS for OracleでOracle Enterprize Manager(OEM)が使用可能にEMRでHive 0.8.1を利用可能にAWSの利用料金をプログラムからアクセス可能にエッジロケーションが33箇所に(ダラス、パリ、シドニー)スポットインスタンス機能強化 – AutoScalingと連携するように – CloudFormationで設定可能に Copyright © 2011 Amazon Web Services
    40. 40. 6月のアップデートまとめ その2 VPC内でELBを利用可能に RDSでマイクロインスタンスが利用可能に IAM role for EC2が追加 Amazon S3に保存されるオブジェクトが1兆を突破 EMRでHBaseが利用可能に サポートプログラムを更新 – 名称変更(ベーシック、デベロッパー、ビジネス、エンタープライズ – 無料プラン(ベーシック) Copyright © 2011 Amazon Web Services
    41. 41. サポート:サードパーティー製ソフトウェアのサポート – OS - Amazon Linux、 Ubuntu、 RHE、 SUSE、 Microsoft Server 2003 & 2008 R2) – ウェブサーバー - Apache、 IIS – データベース - MySQL、 SQL Server – ディスク管理 - LVM、RAID – VPN接続 - OpenVPN、RRAS – Eメール - Sendmail、Postfix – ファイル転送 - FTP Copyright © 2011 Amazon Web Services
    42. 42. サポート:Trusted Adviser
    43. 43. サポート:Trusted Adviser
    44. 44. サポート:ヘルスチェック
    45. 45. サポート:ヘルスチェック
    46. 46. サポート:チャット
    47. 47. 6月のアップデートまとめ その3 EC2のIPアドレスレンジを追加(2,375,592個に) CloudFormationがDynamoDB,CloudFrontの動的コンテンツサポート EUリージョンでcc2.8XLインスタンスが利用可能に APNがスタート SESでbounce、complaintをプログラムから制御可能に ElasticBeanstalk用コマンドラインツールEbを発表 Copyright © 2011 Amazon Web Services
    48. 48. 7月のアップデートまとめ その1VPC内の単一EC2インスタンスに複数のIPアドレス関連づけが可能にElastic Beanstalkが北米西部の2つのリージョンでも利用可能にMFA-Protected API Access 発表Amazon RDS for SQL Serverでデータベース エンジン チューニング アドバイザが利用可能にSimple Email Service が Easy DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM)をサポート2TBのSSDを持つ、ハイ I/O EC2 インスタンスの登場 Copyright © 2011 Amazon Web Services
    49. 49. 7月のアップデートまとめ その2 EC2インスタンスのステータスメトリクス Amazon CloudWatch - Microsoft Windows用の監視スクリプト AWS Management Console – AWS Marketplaceにアクセスしやすく – ディスクの編集が可能に IDCがホワイトペーパーを公開 – Business Value of Amazon Web Services Accelerates Over Time Red Hat Enterprise LinuxのEC2リザーブドインスタンス Provisioned IOPS for EBS Copyright © 2011 Amazon Web Services
    50. 50. AWS Management Console Updates その1マーケットプレイスへのアクセスが簡単に
    51. 51. AWS Management Console Updates その2ディスクの編集が可能に
    52. 52. AWS Management Console Updates その2ディスクの編集が可能に
    53. 53. AWS Management Console Updates その2ディスクの編集が可能に
    54. 54. 8月のアップデートまとめEMRがHadoop1.0.3をサポートDynamoDBの最小スループットが1にDirectConnectがManagementConsoleで操作可能にManagementConsoleでDynamoDBのアイテムのコピー・編集が可能にElasticBeanstalkがPythonをサポートAmazon Glacierを発表AWS Import/ExportがGlacierに対応DynamoDB、数値、文字列に加えバイナリに対応CostAllocation タグで請求情報を監理可能に – S3,RDSもタグに対応RDSがSQL Server Agentに対応 Copyright © 2011 Amazon Web Services
    55. 55. クラウドコンピューティングとは?
    56. 56. いつでも、必要なだけ、安価に電気 工場 送電線 発電所
    57. 57. いつでも、必要なだけ、安価に電気 工場 送電線 発電所コンピュータ IT部門 インターネット データセンター
    58. 58. クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易 ITインフラコスト 時間
    59. 59. クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易 ITインフラコスト 需要予測 時間
    60. 60. クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易 ITインフラコスト 需要予測 従来のIT調達 時間
    61. 61. クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易 ITインフラコスト 需要予測 従来のIT調達 実際の需要 時間
    62. 62. クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易 ITインフラコスト 需要予測 従来のIT調達 機会 費用 実際の需要 時間
    63. 63. クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易 ITインフラコスト キャパ シティ 不足 需要予測 従来のIT調達 機会 費用 実際の需要 時間
    64. 64. クラウドコンピューティングの本質:プロビジョニングが容易 ITインフラコスト 需要予測 従来のIT調達 実際の需要 自働化した 仮想環境 時間
    65. 65. 仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2 AWSの データ センター
    66. 66. 仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2 仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2) AWSの データ センター
    67. 67. 仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2 仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2) イメージ から AWSの データ センター
    68. 68. 仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2 仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2) Windows ( 標準サイズ) イメージ から AWSの データ センター
    69. 69. 仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2 仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2) Windows CentOS ( 標準サイズ) (高CPU) イメージ から AWSの データ センター
    70. 70. 仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2 仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2) Windows CentOS Oracle DB(Linux) ( 標準サイズ) (高CPU) (高メモリ) イメージ から AWSの データ センター
    71. 71. 仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2 仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2) Windows CentOS Oracle DB(Linux) ( 標準サイズ) (高CPU) (高メモリ) イメージ から AWSの データ センター
    72. 72. 仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2 仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2) Windows CentOS Oracle DB(Linux) ( 標準サイズ) (高CPU) (高メモリ) イメージ イメージ から 保存 AWSの データ センター
    73. 73. 仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2 仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2) Windows CentOS Oracle DB(Linux) ( 標準サイズ) (高CPU) (高メモリ) SSL通信 イメージ イメージ から 保存 AWSの データ センター
    74. 74. 仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2 仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2) Windows CentOS Oracle DB(Linux) ( 標準サイズ) (高CPU) (高メモリ)ターミナル SSL通信 イメージ イメージ から 保存 AWSの データ センター
    75. 75. 仮想サーバー: Amazon EC2 仮想サーバ(Amazon EC2) Windows CentOS Oracle DB(Linux) ( 標準サイズ) (高CPU) (高メモリ) ターミナル SSL通信仮想デスクトップ イメージ イメージ から 保存 AWSの データ センター
    76. 76. Amazon EC2必要な時に必要なだけサーバーを起動 仮想サーバー(Amazon EC2) Windows CentOS Oracle DB(Linux) ( 標準サイズ) (高CPU) (高メモリ)起動時間に対する従量課金 = 約1.6円∼280円 / 時間
    77. 77. EC2事例: WebアプリケーションEC2サーバの数 4/12/2008 4/14/2008 4/16/2008 4/18/2008 4/20/2008
    78. 78. EC2事例: WebアプリケーションEC2サーバの数 4/12/2008 4/14/2008 4/16/2008 4/18/2008 4/20/2008
    79. 79. EC2事例: WebアプリケーションEC2サーバの数 Facebook上での公開 4/12/2008 4/14/2008 4/16/2008 4/18/2008 4/20/2008
    80. 80. EC2事例: Webアプリケーション トラフィックの急増にも対応 (ピーク時は5000サーバー)EC2サーバの数 Facebook上での公開 4/12/2008 4/14/2008 4/16/2008 4/18/2008 4/20/2008
    81. 81. EC2事例: 金融サービスEC2サーバの数 水曜 金曜 日曜 火曜 4/22/2009 4/24/2009 4/26/2009 4/28/2009
    82. 82. EC2事例: 金融サービスEC2サーバの数 水曜 金曜 日曜 火曜 4/22/2009 4/24/2009 4/26/2009 4/28/2009
    83. 83. EC2事例: 金融サービス 3,000サーバを利用EC2サーバの数 水曜 金曜 日曜 火曜 4/22/2009 4/24/2009 4/26/2009 4/28/2009
    84. 84. EC2事例: 金融サービス 3,000サーバを利用EC2サーバの数 週末は300 サーバー 水曜 金曜 日曜 火曜 4/22/2009 4/24/2009 4/26/2009 4/28/2009
    85. 85. EC2は、特定のOSや開発言語に縛られない
    86. 86. クラウド上で既存の商用ライセンス利用可能
    87. 87. 複数プラットフォームのVMイメージをEC2に移行(インポート、エクスポート)可能
    88. 88. 利用形態に合わせた柔軟な料金プランクラウドサーバ = 約1.6円∼ 192円 / 時間Amazon EC2
    89. 89. 利用形態に合わせた柔軟な料金プラン オンデマンド インスタンスクラウドサーバ = 約1.6円∼ 192円 / 時間Amazon EC2
    90. 90. 利用形態に合わせた柔軟な料金プラン オンデマンド インスタンスクラウドサーバ = 約1.6円∼ 192円 / 時間Amazon EC2 2012年3 月値下げ リザーブド インスタンス = 年間予約で最大70%引き
    91. 91. 利用形態に合わせた柔軟な料金プラン オンデマンド インスタンスクラウドサーバ = 約1.6円∼ 192円 / 時間Amazon EC2 2012年3 月値下げ リザーブド インスタンス = 年間予約で最大70%引き スポット インスタンス = 時価(70%引き以上も!)
    92. 92. Web Server Utilization Busy Provisioned80.000060.000040.000020.0000 0 5AM 12PM 7PM 2AM
    93. 93. Web Server Utilization with Auto Scaling Busy Provisioned80.000060.000040.000020.0000 0 5AM 12PM 7PM 2AM
    94. 94. Web Server Utilization with Auto Scaling Busy Provisioned80.000060.000040.0000 クラウドで1時間単位で20.0000 コストコントロール 0 5AM 12PM 7PM 2AM
    95. 95. Web Server Cost with Auto Scaling$52/hr$35/hr$17/hr $0/hr 5AM 12PM 7PM 2AM
    96. 96. Web Server Cost with EC2 Purchasing Options Reserved On-Demand Spot$52/hr$35/hr$17/hr $0/hr 5AM 12PM 7PM 2AM
    97. 97. Web Server Cost with EC2 Purchasing Options Reserved On-Demand Spot$52/hr$35/hr 多様な料金プランで$17/hr 更にコストコントロール $0/hr 5AM 12PM 7PM 2AM
    98. 98. EC2だけじゃない様々なサービス ビルディングブロック
    99. 99. AWS のビルディングブロック
    100. 100. AWS のビルディングブロック アベイラビリティゾーンAWSのグローバルなインフラ エッジロケーション リージョン
    101. 101. AWS のビルディングブロック基盤サービス ストレージ データベース ネットワーク コンピュート Amazon VPC Amazon S3 Amazon RDS Amazon EC2 Elastic Load Balancing Amazon EBS Amazon DynamoDB Amazon Route 53 Auto Scale AWS Storage Gateway Amazon Elasticache AWS Direct Connect アベイラビリティゾーンAWSのグローバルなインフラ エッジロケーション リージョン
    102. 102. AWS のビルディングブロックアプリケーションプラットフォームサービス メッセージング ライブラリ&SDK コンテンツ配信 分散処理 Amazon SNS Java, PHP, Python, Amazon CloudFront Amazon SQS Elastic MapReduce Amazon SES Ruby, .NET基盤サービス ストレージ データベース ネットワーク コンピュート Amazon VPC Amazon S3 Amazon RDS Amazon EC2 Elastic Load Balancing Amazon EBS Amazon DynamoDB Amazon Route 53 Auto Scale AWS Storage Gateway Amazon Elasticache AWS Direct Connect アベイラビリティゾーンAWSのグローバルなインフラ エッジロケーション リージョン
    103. 103. AWS のビルディングブロック運用と管理Block ServicesBuilding Web インター 認証 &アクセス デプロイ&自動化 モニタリング フェース AWS IAM AWS Elastic Beanstalk Identity Federation Amazon CloudWatch AWS CloudFormation Management Console Consolidated Billingアプリケーションプラットフォームサービス メッセージング ライブラリ&SDK コンテンツ配信 分散処理 Amazon SNS Java, PHP, Python, Amazon CloudFront Amazon SQS Elastic MapReduce Amazon SES Ruby, .NET基盤サービス ストレージ データベース ネットワーク コンピュート Amazon VPC Amazon S3 Amazon RDS Amazon EC2 Elastic Load Balancing Amazon EBS Amazon DynamoDB Amazon Route 53 Auto Scale AWS Storage Gateway Amazon Elasticache AWS Direct Connect アベイラビリティゾーンAWSのグローバルなインフラ エッジロケーション リージョン
    104. 104. AWS のビルディングブロック お客様のアプリケーション運用と管理Block ServicesBuilding Web インター 認証 &アクセス デプロイ&自動化 モニタリング フェース AWS IAM AWS Elastic Beanstalk Identity Federation Amazon CloudWatch AWS CloudFormation Management Console Consolidated Billingアプリケーションプラットフォームサービス メッセージング ライブラリ&SDK コンテンツ配信 分散処理 Amazon SNS Java, PHP, Python, Amazon CloudFront Amazon SQS Elastic MapReduce Amazon SES Ruby, .NET基盤サービス ストレージ データベース ネットワーク コンピュート Amazon VPC Amazon S3 Amazon RDS Amazon EC2 Elastic Load Balancing Amazon EBS Amazon DynamoDB Amazon Route 53 Auto Scale AWS Storage Gateway Amazon Elasticache AWS Direct Connect アベイラビリティゾーンAWSのグローバルなインフラ エッジロケーション リージョン
    105. 105. AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例 東京リージョン ロード バランサ ゾーンA ゾーンB Webサーバ Webサーバ 自動同期 DBマスタ DBスタンバイ
    106. 106. AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例 東京リージョン ロード バランサ ゾーンA ゾーンBRDSでDBのイン Webサーバ Webサーバストール、最適化不要。バック 自動同期アップ、パッチ DBマスタ DBスタンバイ当ても自動化。スペックも後から、変更可能
    107. 107. AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例 東京リージョン ロード バランサ ゾーンA ゾーンBRDSでDBのイン Webサーバ Webサーバストール、最適化不要。バック 自動同期アップ、パッチ DBマスタ DBスタンバイ当ても自動化。スペックも後か マルチAZを用いて、自動ら、変更可能 レプリケーション。自動 フェイルオーバ
    108. 108. AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例 東京リージョン ロード バランサ ゾーンA ゾーンBRDSでDBのイン Webサーバ Webサーバストール、最適化不要。バック 自動同期アップ、パッチ DBマスタ DBスタンバイ当ても自動化。 サーバーを異なスペックも後か マルチAZを用いて、自動 るAZに配置ら、変更可能 レプリケーション。自動 フェイルオーバ
    109. 109. AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例 東京リージョン ロード バランサ ゾーンA ゾーンB 互いのAZで、 物理的な場 所、電源、RDSでDBのイン Webサーバ Webサーバ ネットワークストール、最適 が分離化不要。バック 自動同期アップ、パッチ DBマスタ DBスタンバイ当ても自動化。 サーバーを異なスペックも後か マルチAZを用いて、自動 るAZに配置ら、変更可能 レプリケーション。自動 フェイルオーバ
    110. 110. AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例 東京リージョン ロード ロードバランサー バランサ で負荷分散。 ゾーンA ゾーンB 互いのAZで、 物理的な場 所、電源、RDSでDBのイン Webサーバ Webサーバ ネットワークストール、最適 が分離化不要。バック 自動同期アップ、パッチ DBマスタ DBスタンバイ当ても自動化。 サーバーを異なスペックも後か マルチAZを用いて、自動 るAZに配置ら、変更可能 レプリケーション。自動 フェイルオーバ
    111. 111. AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例 東京リージョン ロード ロードバランサーオートスケーリ バランサ で負荷分散。ングでサーバ増 ゾーンA ゾーンB設/縮退自動化 互いのAZで、 物理的な場 所、電源、RDSでDBのイン Webサーバ Webサーバ ネットワークストール、最適 が分離化不要。バック 自動同期アップ、パッチ DBマスタ DBスタンバイ当ても自動化。 サーバーを異なスペックも後か マルチAZを用いて、自動 るAZに配置ら、変更可能 レプリケーション。自動 フェイルオーバ
    112. 112. AWSのビルディングブロックを使って構成した例 Route53で独自ド メイン 東京リージョン ロード ロードバランサーオートスケーリ バランサ で負荷分散。ングでサーバ増 ゾーンA ゾーンB設/縮退自動化 互いのAZで、 物理的な場 所、電源、RDSでDBのイン Webサーバ Webサーバ ネットワークストール、最適 が分離化不要。バック 自動同期アップ、パッチ DBマスタ DBスタンバイ当ても自動化。 サーバーを異なスペックも後か マルチAZを用いて、自動 るAZに配置ら、変更可能 レプリケーション。自動 フェイルオーバ
    113. 113. 高い耐久性を誇るオンラインストレージAmazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
    114. 114. Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤
    115. 115. Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤 S3 東京リージョン
    116. 116. Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤 世界中の7拠点から選択 S3 東京リージョン
    117. 117. Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤 世界中の7拠点から選択 S3 東京リージョン データセンターA バケット
    118. 118. Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤 世界中の7拠点から選択データ置くだけ。 S3インフラ、電源、 東京リージョン気にしない。容量無制限。 データセンターA バケット ファイル(バイナリ、 テキスト、画像、動画)
    119. 119. Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤 世界中の7拠点から選択データ置くだけ。 S3 保存するデータは、インフラ、電源、 東京リージョン 自動で暗号化する気にしない。 ことも可能容量無制限。 データセンターA バケット ファイル(バイナリ、 テキスト、画像、動画)
    120. 120. Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤 世界中の7拠点から選択データ置くだけ。 S3 保存するデータは、インフラ、電源、 東京リージョン 自動で暗号化する気にしない。 ことも可能容量無制限。 データセンターA データセンターB バケット 3か所以上で データセンターC 自動複製 ファイル(バイナリ、 テキスト、画像、動画)
    121. 121. Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤 世界中の7拠点から選択データ置くだけ。 S3 保存するデータは、インフラ、電源、 東京リージョン 自動で暗号化する気にしない。 ことも可能容量無制限。 高い耐久性で データセンターA データ失わない: データセンターB バケット 99.999999999% 3か所以上で データセンターC 自動複製 ファイル(バイナリ、 テキスト、画像、動画)
    122. 122. Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤 世界中の7拠点から選択データ置くだけ。 S3 保存するデータは、インフラ、電源、 東京リージョン 自動で暗号化する気にしない。 ことも可能容量無制限。 高い耐久性で データセンターA データ失わない: データセンターB バケット 99.999999999% 3か所以上で データセンターC 自動複製 全てのファイルに URLが付き、 ファイル(バイナリ、 配信可能 テキスト、画像、動画)
    123. 123. Amazon S3は、データ保存/配信の基盤 世界中の7拠点から選択データ置くだけ。 S3 保存するデータは、インフラ、電源、 東京リージョン 自動で暗号化する気にしない。 ことも可能容量無制限。 高い耐久性で データセンターA データ失わない: データセンターB バケット 99.999999999% 3か所以上で データセンターC 自動複製 全てのファイルに URLが付き、 安価な従量課金 ファイル(バイナリ、 配信可能 テキスト、画像、動画) 例:1GB/月 – 約10円
    124. 124. Q. ファイルはどこに保存されているのですか?A. Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)です。
    125. 125. セキュリティはだいじょうぶ?
    126. 126. セキュリティ=トッププライオリティ
    127. 127. セキュリティの考え方 =クラウドを使った方がセキュリティレベルが上がる事が多いWebサイト/アプリケーション Your これまでと同様のセキュリティを = Apps お客様、代理店様で実現 第三者認証 インフラ SOC 1/SSAE 16/ISAE 3402, ISO 27001, PCI DSS, HIPAA, ITAR, FISMA Moderate, FIPS 140-2よりハイレベルのセキュリティを < ファシリティ DC、電源、ネットワーク冗長化 AWSが実現
    128. 128. 閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築 既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用 顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWSなどの構成が可能 リージョン EC2 インターネット65
    129. 129. 閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築 既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用 顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWSなどの構成が可能 リージョン 分離したNW EC2 領域を作成 VPC インターネット プライベート  サブネット65
    130. 130. 閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築 既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用 顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWSなどの構成が可能 リージョン 分離したNW EC2 領域を作成 VPC インターネット プライベート  サブネット65
    131. 131. 閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築 既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用 顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWSなどの構成が可能 リージョン 分離したNW EC2 領域を作成 イントラ VPC インターネット プライベート  サブネット65
    132. 132. 閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築 既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用 顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWSなどの構成が可能 リージョン 分離したNW EC2 領域を作成 イントラ VPC インターネット プライベート  サブネット65
    133. 133. 閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築 既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用 顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWSなどの構成が可能 リージョン 分離したNW EC2 領域を作成 VPN接続 専用線 イントラ VPC インターネット プライベート  サブネット65
    134. 134. 閉域網でクラウド利用Amazon VPC = “Virtual” Private Cloud クラウド内にプライベートネットワークを構築 既存DCの延長/1拠点としてAWSを利用 顧客情報はオンプレ、WebサーバはAWSなどの構成が可能 リージョン 分離したNW EC2 領域を作成 VPN接続 専用線 ゲートウェイ イントラ VPC インターネット プライベート パブリック  サブネット  サブネット65
    135. 135. 専用サーバー(シングルテナント) Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
    136. 136. 専用サーバー(シングルテナント)  通常のEC2 物理サーバー Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
    137. 137. 専用サーバー(シングルテナント)  通常のEC2 物理サーバー 顧客A Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
    138. 138. 専用サーバー(シングルテナント)  通常のEC2 物理サーバー 顧客A 顧客B Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
    139. 139. 専用サーバー(シングルテナント)  通常のEC2 物理サーバー 顧客A 顧客B 顧客C Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
    140. 140. 専用サーバー(シングルテナント)  通常のEC2 物理サーバー 顧客A 顧客B 顧客C Dedicated Instance 物理サーバー Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
    141. 141. 専用サーバー(シングルテナント)  通常のEC2 物理サーバー 顧客A 顧客B 顧客C Dedicated Instance 物理サーバー 顧客A Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
    142. 142. 専用サーバー(シングルテナント)  通常のEC2 物理サーバー 顧客A 顧客B 顧客C Dedicated Instance 物理サーバー 顧客A 顧客B 顧客C Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
    143. 143. クラウドへの専用線接続AWS Direct Connect リージョン EC2 イントラ VPC プライベート  サブネット Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
    144. 144. クラウドへの専用線接続AWS Direct Connect リージョン 専用線 EC2 接続 イントラ VPC プライベート  サブネット Copyright © 2012 Amazon Web Services
    145. 145. Next Step
    146. 146. 自分ではじめる
    147. 147. すぐに始められます。 http://aws.amazon.com/jp/aws-first-step/
    148. 148. 「はじめてのアマゾンクラウド」シリーズの資料 「はじめてのアマゾンクラウド」シリーズ の資料が参考になります ①AWSアカウント開設 http://slidesha.re/aws-open ②EC2でWebサーバー立ち上げ(当資料) http://slidesha.re/ec2-open ③S3にwebコンテンツ保存 http://www.slideshare.net/ kentamagawa/s3web ④EC2でWindowsサーバ立ち上げ http://www.slideshare.net/ kentamagawa/ec2windows
    149. 149. 「AWSの無料使用枠」毎月、下記の分、1年間無料で使えますhttp://aws.amazon.com/jp/free/
    150. 150. イベント・セミナーを多数実施 http://aws.amazon.com/jp/event_schedule/
    151. 151. クラウドデザインパターン(CDP)
    152. 152. まとめ
    153. 153. AWSにおけるクラウドコンピューティングのメリット
    154. 154. AWSにおけるクラウドコンピューティングのメリット 初期投資不要
    155. 155. AWSにおけるクラウドコンピューティングのメリット 初期投資不要 自由自在なスケール アップ・ダウン Deploy
    156. 156. AWSにおけるクラウドコンピューティングのメリット 初期投資不要 自由自在なスケール アップ・ダウン Deploy 低額な従量課金
    157. 157. AWSにおけるクラウドコンピューティングのメリット 初期投資不要 自由自在なスケール アップ・ダウン Deploy 低額な従量課金 市場投入時間の 短縮
    158. 158. AWSにおけるクラウドコンピューティングのメリット 初期投資不要 自由自在なスケール アップ・ダウン Deploy インフラ管理からの解放、 本来の業務への集中 市場投入時間の 低額な従量課金 短縮
    159. 159. AWSでインフラ管理の負担が大きく減少 貴重なリソースは本業に集中 30% 70%オンプレミス 本来の 環境 差別化につながらない 業務AWSのクラウド クラウドのベースの環境 本来の業務に 管理 70% 30%
    160. 160. ご静聴ありがとうございました。
    161. 161. Save the Date !!
    162. 162. 9月13・14日
    163. 163. AWS re:Invent 2012 in ラスベガス http://reinvent.awseventsjapan.com/
    164. 164. AWS re:Invent 2012 in ラスベガス 11月27・28・29日 http://reinvent.awseventsjapan.com/
    165. 165. AWS re:Invent 2012 in ラスベガス 11月27・28・29日 ツアーを企画中! http://reinvent.awseventsjapan.com/
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