AWS re:Invent 2016: Hybrid IT: A Stepping Stone to All-In (ARC316)

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This session demonstrates how customers can leverage hybrid IT as a transitional step on the path to going all-in on AWS. We provide a step-by-step walk-through focusing on seamless migration to the cloud, with consideration given to existing data centers, equipment, and staff retraining. Learn about the suite of capabilities AWS provides to ease and simplify your journey to the cloud.

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AWS re:Invent 2016: Hybrid IT: A Stepping Stone to All-In (ARC316)

  1. 1. © 2016, Amazon Web Services, Inc. or its Affiliates. All rights reserved. Alan Halachmi Sr. Manager, Solutions Architecture December 2016 ARC316 Hybrid IT A Stepping Stone to All-In
  2. 2. Three Claims 1. AWS provides rich tooling to facilitate migration to the cloud. 2. Hybrid IT is a key component for cloud migration. 3. Hybrid IT is a step on the path to All-In, NOT the destination.
  3. 3. Migration and hybrid IT offerings The Obvious: AWS Import/Export AWS Database Migration Service AWS Server Migration Service AWS Direct Connect AWS CodeDeploy AWS OpsWorks AWS Directory Services Amazon WorkSpaces Amazon Virtual Private Cloud AWS Storage Gateway
  4. 4. Migration and hybrid IT offerings The Non-Obvious: Amazon CloudFront Amazon Route 53 AWS CloudFormation AWS WAF Amazon SNS Amazon API Gateway Amazon SWF Amazon SQS Amazon CloudWatch AWS KMS
  5. 5. 5-Step Recipe 1. Deploy hybrid IT 2. Integrate operational control 3. Synchronize data 4. Transition load 5. Decommission on-premises environment
  6. 6. Let’s bake this approach Scenario • My company, Awesome IoT!, sells IoT buttons. • AWS IoT service is generating huge demand for our products. • We must move our commerce platform into AWS to scale. • We have minimal experience, and sunk cost in on-premises gear.
  7. 7. Before Architecture corporate data center Internet websrv1 websrv2 Load-Balancer Load-Balancer DNS Provider adsrv2adsrv1
  8. 8. Goals: • Establish network connectivity • Deploy core IT services • Migrate low-risk activities • Build confidence/competence 1. Deploy hybrid IT Actions: • Create a VPC • Deploy Direct Connect and/or VPN • Configure Directory Services • Launch WorkSpaces
  9. 9. Step 1 corporate data center Internet websrv1 websrv2 Load-Balancer Load-Balancer DNS Provider adsrv2 adsrv1 us-west-2 Private Subnet A Private Subnet B Public Subnet A Public Subnet B
  10. 10. Goals: • Unify operational management • Build in-cloud Prod environment • Deploy to both environments • Build confidence/competence 2. Integrate operational control Actions: • Enable EC2 Run Command • Integrate CodeDeploy • Leverage OpsWorks • Build Prod Environment
  11. 11. Step 2 corporate data center Internet websrv1 websrv2 Load-Balancer Load-Balancer DNS Provider adsrv2 adsrv1 us-west-2 Private Subnet A Private Subnet B Public Subnet A Public Subnet B web1 web2
  12. 12. Goals: • Migrate data • Enable local read & write tables • Unify read data • Build confidence/competence 3. Synchronize data Actions: • Deploy DMS • Continuously replicate into AWS • Add read-only tables on-prem • Continuously replicate a unified data view to read-only on-prem • Split read and write on-prem
  13. 13. Step 3 corporate data center Internet websrv1 websrv2 Load-Balancer Load-Balancer DNS Provider adsrv2 adsrv1 us-west-2 Private Subnet A Private Subnet B Public Subnet A Public Subnet B web1 web2 Write Only Read Only
  14. 14. Caveats • For most customers, simple cut-over works well. • For this advanced pattern: • Be aware of key partition requirements • Understand your application well • Accommodate propagation delay • Plan for network partition impact • Transition pattern, not an operational pattern
  15. 15. Goals: • Deploy load management tools • Test in-cloud Prod at low volume • Transition incrementally • Build confidence/competence 4. Transition load Actions: • Implement Route 53 • Setup weighted routing policy • Migrate load
  16. 16. Step 4 corporate data center Internet websrv1 websrv2 Load-Balancer Load-Balancer DNS Provider adsrv2 adsrv1 us-west-2 Private Subnet A Private Subnet B Public Subnet A Public Subnet B web1 web2 Write Only Read Only
  17. 17. 5. Decommission on-premises environment
  18. 18. After Architecture us-west-2 Private Subnet A Private Subnet B Public Subnet A Public Subnet B web1 web2
  19. 19. Next Steps 1. Identify a candidate workload. 2. Establish your hybrid IT environment. 3. Build confidence and competence with AWS services. 4. Unshackle your organization from on-premises limits.
  20. 20. Thank you!
  21. 21. Remember to complete your evaluations!
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