AWS re:Invent 2016: Solve common problems with ready to use solutions in 5 minutes or less (ARC211)


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Regularly, customers at AWS assign resources to create solutions that address common problems shared between businesses of all sizes. Often, this results in taking resources away from products or services that truly differentiate the business in the marketplace. The Solutions Builder team at AWS focuses on developing and publishing a catalog of repeatable, standardized solutions that can be rapidly deployed by customers to overcome common business challenges. In this session, the Solutions Builder team will share ready to use solutions that make it easy for anyone to create a transit VPC, centralized logging, a data lake, scheduling for Amazon EC2, and VPN monitoring. Along the way, the team reveals the architectural tenets and best practices they follow for the development of these solutions. In the end, customers are introduced to a catalog of freely available solutions with a peek into the architectural approaches used by an internal team at AWS.

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AWS re:Invent 2016: Solve common problems with ready to use solutions in 5 minutes or less (ARC211)

  1. 1. © 2016, Amazon Web Services, Inc. or its Affiliates. All rights reserved. Sean Senior, Solutions Architect, AWS Chris Rec, Solutions Builder, AWS November 2016 Solve Common Problems with Ready-to-Use Solutions In 5 Minutes or Less ARC211
  2. 2. What to Expect from the Session • Introduction to the Solutions Builder team • Overview of the solutions catalog • Peak at our architectural tenets and best practices • Sharing lessons learned Walk away with a tool bag of ready to use solutions!
  3. 3. Who is the Solutions Builder team? Looking for AWS to be more prescriptive? • Product recommendations • Architecture recommendations • Reference implementations • Instance selection for workloads • Packaged solutions • Automating the platform
  4. 4. AWS Answers • Best practices • Prescriptive design patterns • Ready-made solutions • Strategic guidance
  5. 5. What You Get with Our Solutions Solutions brief Architectural overview Best practices Implementation guide Turn-key deployment package
  6. 6. A look at our solutions
  7. 7. Solutions Are Automated Turnkey Repeatable Minimal configuration AWS CloudFormation Supporting scripts
  8. 8. Solutions Are Well-Architected Secure Performance efficient Reliable Cost optimized
  9. 9. Scheduling Solutions • EBS snapshot scheduler • Limit monitor • EC2 scheduler
  10. 10. EC2 Scheduler Overview
  11. 11. Networking Solutions • VPN monitor • ClassicLink mirror • AWS WAF security automations • Global transit VPC
  12. 12. Global Transit VPC Overview
  13. 13. Our Global Transit VPC in Under 5 Minutes
  14. 14. Management Solutions • Cost optimization: EC2 right-sizing • Cost optimization: Monitoring • Account management • Deployment pipeline for IIS on Windows Server • Centralized logging solution
  15. 15. Centralized Logging Solution Overview
  16. 16. Big Data Solutions • Real-time analytics with Spark Streaming • Streaming analytics pipeline • Data lake solution
  17. 17. Streaming Analytics Pipeline
  18. 18. Data Lake Overview
  19. 19. Partner Product AWS Quick Starts • Microsoft • SAP • TrendMicro • Cloudera • Magento • MongoDB • Puppet, Chef, Ansible • Compliance accelerators
  20. 20. What we learned
  21. 21. How We Do It Minimal viable product Collect customer feedback Iterate based on the feedback Metrics driven
  22. 22. Metrics Backend Overview
  23. 23. How We Hear From You • Website [ ] • Github • AWS Solutions Forum GitHub Comment “wow @stevemorad thank you very much! Long live the amazon customer obsession. I'll give this a blast during the week and let you know how I get on.”
  24. 24. How to engage us at AWS re:Invent
  25. 25. Thank you!
  26. 26. Remember to complete your evaluations!