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Ceate a Scalable Cloud Architecture

In this session, we describe how to create a high scalable architecture for your web application.

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在雲端支援大流量的
平台架構
John Chang,
AWS Solutions Architecture
August 2016
A scalable architecture
• Can support growth in users, traffic, data size
• Without practical limits
• Without a drop in performance
• Seamlessly - just by adding more resources
• Efficiently - in terms of cost per user
”
“
Sanlih E-Television Uses AWS to Support Online Strategy
Sanlih E-Television is a nationwide cable TV
network delivering some of the most popular TV
channels in Taiwan.
I estimate that we’ve saved
30% by selecting AWS over
other cloud service
providers.
Andy Wang
Chief Information Officer, Sanlih E-Television
”
“ • Wanted to take advantage of online and streaming
platforms to build on leading position in the market
• Had to ensure IT infrastructure could handle demand
and deliver content
• Began running streaming service, website and mobile
apps on AWS
• Successfully integrated internet and mobile into
channel mix
• Saved time and money due to stability of AWS
platform and competitive pricing of services
Day 1 – Dev & private beta
Single host
THE server
(e.g. Apache,
MySQL)
Elastic IP
www.example.com
Amazon Route 53
DNS service
Server Image (AMI)
Day 2 - Public beta

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Ceate a Scalable Cloud Architecture

  • 2. A scalable architecture • Can support growth in users, traffic, data size • Without practical limits • Without a drop in performance • Seamlessly - just by adding more resources • Efficiently - in terms of cost per user
  • 3. ” “ Sanlih E-Television Uses AWS to Support Online Strategy Sanlih E-Television is a nationwide cable TV network delivering some of the most popular TV channels in Taiwan. I estimate that we’ve saved 30% by selecting AWS over other cloud service providers. Andy Wang Chief Information Officer, Sanlih E-Television ” “ • Wanted to take advantage of online and streaming platforms to build on leading position in the market • Had to ensure IT infrastructure could handle demand and deliver content • Began running streaming service, website and mobile apps on AWS • Successfully integrated internet and mobile into channel mix • Saved time and money due to stability of AWS platform and competitive pricing of services
  • 4. Day 1 – Dev & private beta
  • 5. Single host THE server (e.g. Apache, MySQL) Elastic IP www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Server Image (AMI)
  • 6. Day 2 - Public beta
  • 7. We need a bigger server • Add larger & faster storage (EBS) • Use the right instance type • Easy to change instance sizes • Not our long term strategy • Will hit an endpoint eventually • No fault tolerance
  • 8. Separating web and DB • More capacity • Scale each tier individually • Tailor instance for each tier – Instance type – Storage • Security – Security groups – DB in a private VPC subnet
  • 9. But how do I choose what DB technology I need? SQL? NoSQL?
  • 10. Why start with a Relational DB? • SQL is versatile & feature-rich • Lots of existing code, tools, knowledge • Clear patterns to scalability* • Reality: eventually you will have a polyglot data layer – There will be workloads where NoSQL is a better fit – Use the right tool for each workload * for read-heavy apps
  • 11. Key Insight: Relational Databases are Complex • Our experience running Amazon.com taught us that relational databases can be a pain to manage and operate with high availability • Poorly managed relational databases are a leading cause of lost sleep and downtime in the IT world! • Especially for startups with small teams
  • 12. Relational Databases MySQL, Aurora, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQL Server Fully managed; zeroadmin Amazon RDS Aurora
  • 14. Offload static content • Amazon S3: highly available hosting that scales – Static files (JavaScript, CSS, images) – User uploads • S3 URLs – serve directly from S3 • Let the web server focus on dynamic content
  • 15. Amazon CloudFront • Worldwide network of edge locations • Cache on the edge – Reduce latency – Reduce load on origin servers – Static and dynamic content – Even few seconds caching of popular content can have huge impact • Connection optimizations – Optimize transfer route – Reuse connections – Benefits even non cachable content CloudFront
  • 16. CloudFront for static & dynamic content Amazon Route 53 EC2 instance(s) S3 bucket Static content Dynamic content css/* js/* Images/* Default(*) CloudFront distribution
  • 17. Database caching • Faster response from RAM • Reduce load on database Application server 1. If data in cache, return result 2. If not in cache, read from DB RDS database Amazon ElastiCache 3. And store in cache
  • 18. Amazon ElastiCache: in-memory cache • Simple to Deploy • Managed – Automatically replaces failed nodes – Patch management • Elastic • Compatible ElastiCache
  • 19. Day 3 – Paying customers
  • 20. High Availability Availability Zone a RDS DB instance Web server S3 bucket for static assets www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Amazon CloudFront ElastiCache node 1
  • 21. High Availability Availability Zone a RDS DB instance Availability Zone b Web server Web server S3 bucket for static assets www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Amazon CloudFront ElastiCache node 1
  • 22. High Availability Availability Zone a RDS DB instance Availability Zone b www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Elastic Load Balancing Web server Web server S3 bucket for static assets Amazon CloudFront ElastiCache node 1
  • 23. Elastic Load Balancing • Managed Load Balancing Service • Fault tolerant • Health Checks • Distributes traffic across AZs • Elastic – automatically scales its capacity
  • 24. High Availability Availability Zone a RDS DB instance Availability Zone b www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Elastic Load Balancing Web server Web server S3 bucket for static assets ElastiCache node 1 Amazon CloudFront
  • 25. High Availability Availability Zone a RDS DB instance Availability Zone b www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Elastic Load Balancing Web server Web server RDS DB standby S3 bucket for static assets ElastiCache node 1 Amazon CloudFront
  • 26. Data layer HA Availability Zone a RDS DB instance ElastiCache node 1 Availability Zone b S3 bucket for static assets www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Elastic Load Balancing Web server Web server RDS DB standby
  • 27. Data layer HA Availability Zone a RDS DB instance ElastiCache node 1 Availability Zone b S3 bucket for static assets www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Elastic Load Balancing Web server Web server RDS DB standby ElastiCache node 2
  • 28. User sessions • Problem: Often stored on local disk (not shared) • Quickfix: ELB Session stickiness • Solution: DynamoDB Elastic Load Balancing Web server Web server Logged in Logged out
  • 29. Amazon DynamoDB • Managed document and key-value store • Simple to launch and scale • To millions of IOPS • Both reads and writes • Consistent, fast performance • Durable: perfect for storage of session data https://github.com/aws/aws-dynamodb-session-tomcat http://docs.aws.amazon.com/aws-sdk-php/guide/latest/feature-dynamodb-session-handler.html
  • 30. Day 4 – Let’s go!
  • 31. Replace guesswork with elastic IT Startups pre-AWS Demand Unhappy Customers Waste $$$ Traditional Capacity Capacity Demand AWS Cloud
  • 32. Scaling the web tier Availability Zone a RDS DB instance ElastiCache node 1 Availability Zone b S3 bucket for static assets www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Elastic Load Balancing Web server Web server RDS DB standby ElastiCache node 2
  • 33. Scaling the web tier Availability Zone a RDS DB instance ElastiCache node 1 Availability Zone b S3 bucket for static assets www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Elastic Load Balancing Web server Web server RDS DB standby ElastiCache node 2 Web server Web server
  • 34. Scaling the web tier Availability Zone a RDS DB instance ElastiCache node 1 Availability Zone b S3 bucket for static assets www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Elastic Load Balancing Web server Web server RDS DB standby ElastiCache node 2 Web server Web server
  • 35. Automatic resizing of compute clusters based on demand Feature Details Control Define minimum and maximum instance pool sizes and when scaling and cool down occurs. Integrated to Amazon CloudWatch Use metrics gathered by CloudWatch to drive scaling. Instance types Run Auto Scaling for on-demand and Spot Instances. Compatible with VPC. aws autoscaling create-auto-scaling-group --auto-scaling-group-name MyGroup --launch-configuration-name MyConfig --min-size 4 --max-size 200 --availability-zones us-west-2c, us-west-2b Auto Scaling Trigger auto-scaling policy Amazon CloudWatch
  • 37. Decompose into small, loosely coupled, stateless building blocks Prerequisite
  • 38. What does this mean in practice? • Only store transient data on local disk • Needs to persist beyond a single http request? – Then store it elsewhere User uploads User Sessions Amazon S3 AWS DynamoDB Application Data Amazon RDS
  • 39. Having decomposed into small, loosely coupled, stateless building blocks You can now Scale out with ease Having done that…
  • 40. Having decomposed into small, loosely coupled, stateless building blocks We can also Scale back with ease Having done that…
  • 41. Take the shortcut • While this architecture is simple you still need to deal with: – Configuration details – Deploying code to multiple instances – Maintaining multiple environments (Dev, Test, Prod) – Maintain different versions of the application • Solution: Use AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • 42. AWS Elastic Beanstalk (EB) • Easily deploy, monitor, and scale three-tier web applications and services. • Infrastructure provisioned and managed by EB • You maintain control. • Preconfigured application containers • Easily customizable. • Support for these platforms:
  • 43. Loose coupling with SQS Tight coupling • Place tasks into Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) • SQS – buffer that protects backend systems • Process asynchronously - at own pace • Remove delay from latency sensitive paths SQS Get Message Back End EC2 Instance Put Message Front End EC2 Instance
  • 44. Day 5 – Add more features
  • 45. Mobile Push Notifications Mobile Analytics Cognito Cognito Sync Analytics Kinesis Data Pipeline RedShift EMR Your Applications AWS Global Infrastructure Network VPC Direct Connect Route 53 Storage EBS S3 Glacier CloudFront Database DynamoDBRDS ElastiCache Deployment & Management Elastic Beanstalk OpsWorks Cloud Formation Code Deploy Code Pipeline Code Commit Security & Administration CloudWatch Config Cloud Trail IAM Directory KMS Application SQS SWF App Stream Elastic Transcoder SES Cloud Search SNS Enterprise Applications WorkSpaces WorkMail WorkDocs Compute EC2 ELB Auto Scaling LambdaECS
  • 46. AWS building blocks Inherently Scalable & Highly Available Scalable & Highly Available  Elastic Load Balancing  Amazon CloudFront  Amazon Route53  Amazon S3  Amazon SQS  Amazon SES  Amazon CloudSearch  AWS Lambda  …  Amazon DynamoDB  Amazon Redshift  Amazon RDS  Amazon Elasticache  …  Amazon EC2  Amazon VPC Automated Configurable With the right architecture
  • 47. Stay focused as you scale your team AWS Cloud-Based Infrastructure Your Business More Time to Focus on Your Business Configuring Your Cloud Assets 70% 30%70% On-Premise Infrastructure 30% Managing All of the “Undifferentiated Heavy Lifting”
  • 48. Day 6 – Growing fast
  • 49. Scaling Relational DBs • Increase RDS instance specs – Larger instance type – More storage / more PIOPS • Read Replicas (Master – Slave) – Scale out beyond capacity of single DB instance – Available in Amazon RDS for MySQL, PostgreSQL and Amazon Aurora – Writes => master – Replication lag – Reads with tolerance to stale data => read replica (slave) – Reads with strong consistency requirements => master
  • 50. Scaling the DB Web server Web server Web server Web server Availability Zone a RDS DB instance ElastiCache node 1 Availability Zone b S3 bucket for static assets www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Elastic Load Balancing RDS DB standby ElastiCache node 2
  • 51. Scaling the DB Web server Web server Web server Web server Availability Zone a RDS DB instance ElastiCache node 1 Availability Zone b S3 bucket for static assets www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Elastic Load Balancing RDS DB standby ElastiCache node 2 RDS read replica
  • 52. Scaling the DB Web server Web server Web server Web server Availability Zone a RDS DB instance ElastiCache node 1 Availability Zone b S3 bucket for static assets www.example.com Amazon Route 53 DNS service Elastic Load Balancing RDS DB standby ElastiCache node 2 RDS read replica RDS read replica
  • 53. What if your app is write-heavy? Challenge: You will eventually hit the write throughput or storage limit of the master node Solutions: • Federation (splitting into multiple DBs based on function) • Sharding (splitting one data set across multiple hosts)
  • 54. Database federation • Divide tables into smaller autonomous databases • Harder to do cross-function queries • Won’t help with single huge functions/tables Forums DB Users DB Products DB
  • 55. Sharded horizontal scaling • Store subset of rows into each database shard • More complex at the application layer • No practical limit on scalability • Operation complexity User ShardID 002345 A 002346 B 002347 C 002348 B 002349 A Shard C Shard B Shard A
  • 56. NoSQL data stores • Trade query & integrity features of Relational DBs for – More flexible data model – Horizontal scalability & predictable performance DynamoDB Provisioned read/write performance per table
  • 57. Massive and Seamless Scale • Distributed system that can scale both reads and writes – Sharding + Replicas • Automatic partitioning: – Data set size growth – Provisioned capacity increases table
  • 59. Amazon Route 53 DNS serviceNo limit Availability Zone a RDS DB instance ElastiCache node 2 Availability Zone b S3 bucket for static assets www.example.com Elastic Load Balancing RDS DB standby ElastiCache node 3 RDS read replica RDS read replica DynamoDB RDS read replica ElastiCache node 4 RDS read replica ElastiCache node 1 CloudSearchLambdaSES SQS
  • 60. A quick review • Keep it simple and stateless • Make use of managed self-scaling services • Multi-AZ and AutoScale your EC2 infrastructure • Use the right DB for each workload • Cache data at multiple levels • Simplify operations with deployment tools
  • 61. Next steps? READ! • aws.amazon.com/documentation • aws.amazon.com/architecture ASK FOR HELP! • forums.aws.amazon.com • aws.amazon.com/support

Editor's Notes

  1. So lets avoid this by building a scalable architecture. A scalable architecture can grow without practical limits simply by adding more resources. We also care about cost efficiency so this is something else our architecture should achieve.
  2. STORY BACKGROUND Sanlih E-Television is a leading cable TV company in Taiwan with about 25 percent of the national viewing audience. The network operates six channels: 24-hour news, drama, lifestyle and pop, international, finance, and music television. Amazon EC2 to run website, Amazon RDS and Dynamo DB for database service, Amazon Kinesis for real-time application monitoring and clickstream analytics. AWS used to support its Internet platforms strategy including TV, online news apps, e-commerce, and OTT content. SOLUTION & BENEFITS AWS services (EC2) for online campaigns related to its programs, including popular dramas, and for sending out news flashes to mobile devices Adopting Amazon Elasticsearch Service and Amazon Elastic MapReduce (Amazon EMR) for deeper insights into customer engagement through the company’s multiple online channels. Saved 30 % over other cloud service providers, 50% over on-premesis solutions CONTENT TAGS Main use case: Website/Web App Additional use case(s): Big Data Keywords (seperated by commas): broadcast, TV, cable TV network, online platform, e-commerce, TV channels, multiplatform, new media, mobile, streaming services All AWS Services used by the customer: Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Elasticsearch Service, Amazon Kinesis, Amazon Elastic MapReduce Benefits Realized: Options are: Flexibility, Lower Cost, Lower Time To Market, User Experience
  3. Lets start from day 1. Maybe a couple of developers working on their idea. You will need a server to host your app for testing and sharing with friends and family or some early enthusiasts. You sign up for AWS, and with a few clicks you have a server.
  4. You setup that single server - an ec2 instance to test your code and run a private beta. You install your db and Web server of choice, you upload your code and you are good to go for now.
  5. Soon after that you are ready to open access to your product for a public beta.
  6. If things go well you will soon need a bigger server and that is easy on AWS. You can add more and faster storage with EBS and you can stop the instance change the size of your instance and start it again with more RAM, CPU etc. Of course that is not our long term strategy - you will eventually hit an end point. Plus having everything in a single very large server is not great in terms of fault tolerance or cost efficiency.
  7. So as a first step let's go ahead and move the database to its own dedicated instance. We have 2 servers so instantly a lot more capacity. But we can also select a different instance type tailored to each workload. Of course this is also better in terms of security – e.g. we can really lock down access to the db server.
  8. And this is usually the point where someone will ask me, which database should I use? And there two main types of databases that are popular. Relational databases and nosql databases.
  9. And my default answer is that you should start with a Relational database. There will be exceptions and later on we will talk about those and how those technologies scale. But Relational databases will work well for most apps. They offer more features and there are more developers that have experience writing apps for them. So start with that and the reality will be that later you can always add NoSQL later for the right workloads.
  10. But we know from experience that managing Relational databases is hard especially at scale. Databases are a frequent cause of downtime in the IT world! This is especially true for startups with limited resources You won't have access to consultants to help you. So instead of managing your database on your own on an ec2 instance you can instead use Amazon’s Relational Database service. RDS
  11. And RDS solves that problem for you. With a few clicks you can have a db server running mysql Oracle SQL server or Postgres . And AWS handles all the provisioning, hardware replacement, it makes it easy to migrate to a larger server when you need that, it handles backups, security patches ecc so that you can build your application on top of a robust database implementation.
  12. Now we could start scaling those 2 tiers straight away. But let’s take a step back and implement some quick wins early on in the process. Low effort changes that will give us a lot of room to breathe and cost efficiency as we grow.
  13. First we want to store any static assets like css files and images on Amazon simple storage service s3. S3 not only stores those files but it can also act as a highly scalable hosting service. Instead of serving those assets through your Web server you offload this task to s3 URLs This will reduce the load for your Web server that can now focus on generating dynamic content.
  14. Secondly we want to use CloudFront, that is a Content Delivery Network. It can reduce latency for users around the world by caching both static and dynamic content on the edge locations of the AWS global infrastructure. In some cases even a few seconds of caching for very popular pages can result in a huge reduction of load for your Web server. Even for non cacheable content CF will provide network optimizations.
  15. So what we are doing here is using Cloudfront to serve the whole application We can specify a different origin depending on specific file path patterns. In this example we fetch content from s3 or ec2.
  16. Then we can apply caching on one more layer – between the application server and the DB server. Any frequent queries to the db where the results do not change very often can have their results cached and served from an in memory cache. This will provide a better experience and reduce the load on your database.
  17. You can install something like Memcached or Redis on a set of EC2 instances but Similarly to what we described for the database you can use a managed service called Elasticache that allows you to run those engines without the operational overhead.
  18. OK so you are done with the beta, have refined your product but you want to get more sincere feedback and iterate fast. The best way to do this is to start offering paid membership of some sort. Paid customers will typically give you the best feedback. They are demanding and are the ones that already think your product is worth paying for. It is now very important that you introduce high availability to your architecture. A hardware failure should not impact your end users.
  19. Here is the current architecture which has multiple single points of failure. Eg if the Web server crashes your app won't work.
  20. We add a second Web server from the same AMI but on a separate AZ. Each AWS region has multiple AZs that are physically distinct locations. This allows you to build extremely robust architectures that utilize multiple data centers. Because we have multiple Web servers we need to distribute http requests with elastic load balancing.
  21. And you don’t need multiple ELB instances because ELB is not a single server. It is itself a managed and fault tolerant service,. ELB will also automatically scale its own capacity to process incoming requests depending on traffic.
  22. For the database assuming we are using RDS you can enable the multi AZ feature that will launch a secondary node in a different AZ.
  23. In an event of failure RDS will automatically fail over to that instance maintaining the hostname so that you don't need to manually modify your app config.
  24. Similarly for the cache we expand our cluster in 2 AZs.
  25. In the case of memcache each of those nodes stores a portion of the keys so the impact of failure is reduced, only part of our cache will become cold. in the case of redis we can easily configure elasticache to setup master slave replication and automatic failover.
  26. A problem we have to face when moving from one to 2 servers is how do we manage user sessions. Typically most runtime environments store those on the local file system which is not shared. A user that signs in on one server will be logged out on a subsequent http request that might be serviced by server 2. A quickfix here's to use elb feature called session stickiness. This will send a particular user to the same backend server every time. We will see later on why this is not our long term solution and why it is better to move this to DynamoDB.
  27. And dynamodb is a managed nosql data store on AWS that stores your data durably in multiple AZs. It also has consistently fast performance so it is ideal for the storage of session data. In fact for php and tomcat environments there are drop in replacement session handlers that you can use to achieve that.
  28. Going further on our journey let's assume your startup has seen some good traction and is ready to invest on marketing campaigns which could help it go viral.
  29. In traditional hosting environments that is a nice but difficult problem to have. You need to guess how many servers to buy or rent. And you might order too many. Or too few. In AWS you can go to the console and add more web servers required.
  30. You can add for example 2 more web servers
  31. And attach them to Elastic Load Balancing
  32. Elastic Load Balancing itself will scale automatically.
  33. But this is not something you want to do manually. Even during the same day you have variance in your capacity requirements so you want to automatically adjust the number of servers in your fleet to be as close as possible to your actual needs. Autoscaling is a service that allows you to do that. You configure a minimum and a maximum number of servers and you set a rule that defines when you want to add servers or when to remove servers. E.g. when cpu utilization is high for more than 5 minutes.
  34. This sounds very easy and it is as long as you have a stateless architecture on your Web servers.
  35. What does this mean? Anything that needs to persist beyond the life of a single http request should be stored in shared storage – not on the web server itself. E.g. in our example we have already done the hard work. We store user uploads on S3, and user sessions on dynamoDB and everything else perhaps on an RDS database
  36. With that we can simply add more servers when we need them They will immediately affect new and existing users – we are not using session stickiness.
  37. but more importantly we can terminate any of them at any time - none of them stores any important data that I have not saved elsewhere.
  38. And the architecture I described is simple but you still need to learn about aws autoscalling, deploy your app to multiple servers, maintain different environments for development testing production, and multiple versions of your app, maybe you also want to do ab testing.
  39. With Elastic Beanstalk you just provide your code as a zip file and this service will configure elb, launch servers in autoscalling and deploy your code. It is a free service, you only pay for the resources it launches for you, it supports multiple runtimes, and is very customizable. You can move a lot faster and hide some complexity by using an automated service like elastic beanstalk.
  40. Another characteristic of scalable architectures is that of loose coupling. You can use SQS – Amazon’s Queing service - to achieve that. If you have tasks that can be performed asynchronously you can place those in SQS instead of having your users wait for them to be performed. You can use SQS as a buffer that protects your backend systems from sudden spikes. Because the backend system can process the queue in its own pace – so you don’t need to scale up aggressively. You also move latency out of highly responsive request paths. And can hide any performance or availability issues from your end users. A few days ago the AWS Lambda service became available and this even allows you to offload the processing of asynchronous tasks to a managed execution layer so that you don’t even need to have ec2 instances to run this code.
  41. And now that we have loads of users it is important we increase our pace and add new features.
  42. Many times when you add functionality you might need to introduce new components to your setup. Perhaps you want to implement advanced search features. Or you want to send push notifications or implement video transcoding. In those cases your first question should be whether there is an aws service that already achieves that and is already designed to scale instead of figuring out how to implement it on your own on ec2.
  43. We have seen how services like EC2 give you the freedom to architect in myriads of ways or your app needs to be built in a certain way to take advantage of their elasticity And it is important to realize that the higher level services – you can think of them as building blocks – are already implemented to scale so that you don't have to architect from scratch. In fact some of those do this automatically for you.
  44. These services are available with a few clicks. And as long as you can use such services you can keep the size of your team small and still achieve great outcomes for your customers. Even later if you have lots of revenue and you can hire engineers it is always better if they focus on the things that differentiate you and not on how to manage a search cluster.
  45. Now let's assume our startup is growing fast.
  46. More users means more data and more queries so let's tackle one of the hardest problems. How to scale the database. We started with a Relational database so what are our options? We can obviously add more and faster storage or move to a larger server on RDS with a few clicks. But we can also scale beyond the capacity limits of a single db server. This happens via the use of read replicas - additional servers that hold an asynchronous copy of your data. You can now spread your queries to multiple instances. A few caveats to that. The write queries still need to be performed against the master node. And there is some replication lag between the master and the replicas. So any queries that need strong consistency will need to be executed on the primary node.
  47. So going back to our architecture diagram
  48. We can add one
  49. Or more read replicas
  50. There will be use cases that will be write heavy though. As you grow you will hit an endpoint where even the very large RDS instances might not handle the load. 2 solutions here.
  51. One is to federate the data. E.g. divide tables by function into smaller autonomus databases – maybe you have a forum and that can have its own database. Each database can be hosted by a different db server allowing us to scale further. This isn’t going to help for very large single tables; for this we will need to shard.
  52. A database shard is a partition of the data – each partition includes a subset of the rows of a particular table and can be hosted on a separate database server. E.g. we can shard our user data based on their id. We lose the ability of easily combining data from different partitions. But this is great for multi tenant apps where you never need to combine customer A and customer B. Sharding adds complexity as it needs to be implemented in your application logic.
  53. Another option is to move those workloads to a nosql data store that is designed to handle sharding for you. NoSQL databases trade some of the query capabilities & integrity checking properties of an RDBMS for a much more flexible data model that scales horizontally. This is what allows dynamodb to provide you with 2 simple config options. How many reads and how many writes you want to support per second.
  54. It is a fully managed service and the partitioning happens automatically Either because your data set grows or because you tell us you want to provision more capacity (reads and writes per second.
  55. If we follow the same concept we can keep on scaling with no practical limits.
  56. As a summary the main points from today’s session are the following: You want to keep things as simple as possible and create a stateless web architecture. Distribute your resource in multiple AZ and use AutoScaling for your EC2 infrastructure. But do try to use managed services on AWS as much as possible and select the right db for the right job. Caching will help you be more efficient and automated deployment tools can help you be operationally efficient.
  57. In terms of next steps there is a lot of documentation online but also I would highly recommend you sign up for AWS Business Support as it can be an extension of your team.