Cloud Connections: Integrating Enterprise IT with the Cloud

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Many enterprises are using the flexibility and low cost of cloud infrastructure as a large part of their overall IT strategy. This session will outline how services such as the Virtual Private Cloud and Direct Connect allow customers to take advantage of elastic compute and storage to build secure, available, cost effective IT environments and effective disaster recovery systems.

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Cloud Connections: Integrating Enterprise IT with the Cloud

  1. 1. FlexibleEnterprise IT
  2. 2. Speed and agility
  3. 3. Idea Product
  4. 4. 70%Idea Product Heavy lifting
  5. 5. 30%Idea Product Infrastructure services
  6. 6. Idea Product AWS
  7. 7. Idea Product AWS
  8. 8. Easier to use
  9. 9. Easier to connect
  10. 10. Easier tointegrate
  11. 11. 5
  12. 12. 1“VPC Everywhere”
  13. 13. Virtual Private Cloud
  14. 14. Network control Public and private subnets Virtual Private CloudBring your own IP Extend VPN to addressing EC2
  15. 15. Public facing website Public subnet
  16. 16. Multi-tier applications Public subnet Network ACLs + security groups Private subnet
  17. 17. Extend your data centre Public subnet Private subnet IPsec VPN On-premise
  18. 18. Extend your data centre Private subnet IPsec VPN On-premise
  19. 19. VPC is GA
  20. 20. VPC is everywhere All regions
  21. 21. Multi-AZCreate a VPC that spans availability zones
  22. 22. ELBCreate Elastic Load Balancers in VPC
  23. 23. EMRLaunch Elastic MapReduce job flows in VPC
  24. 24. Elastic Network Interfaces
  25. 25. VM Import
  26. 26. 2Direct Connect
  27. 27. Direct connectionto AWS regions
  28. 28. Consistent network performance
  29. 29. Private connectivity
  30. 30. Elastic1Gbps and 10 Gbps
  31. 31. Reduced bandwidth costs ISP and lower Direct Connect pricing
  32. 32. Peering points Los Angeles, CA Ashburn, VA San Jose, CA Singapore Tokyo London
  33. 33. 3 IdentityFederation
  34. 34. IAMIdentity and Access Management
  35. 35. Master securityInitially offered master security credentials per account
  36. 36. IAM access Create users and groups,each with API policies and restrictions
  37. 37. Security Token ServiceTemporary access keys based on IAM policies
  38. 38. Identity federationEnterprise customers and their applications can access AWS resources without the need for individual IAM users
  39. 39. 4Storage Gateway
  40. 40. 4Storage GatewayE A CE NTR D AT RED RE QUI
  41. 41. Connect on-premise storage with AWS
  42. 42. Softwareappliance VMware ESXi 4.1
  43. 43. On-premise databacked up to S3
  44. 44. Stored as EBS snapshots
  45. 45. Recover andrestore on-premise
  46. 46. Recover andrestore on EC2
  47. 47. $125 per month per gateway
  48. 48. SSL in transit
  49. 49. AES-256 at rest
  50. 50. 5Security
  51. 51. Sharedresponsibility
  52. 52. Requirementbased access
  53. 53. Certification
  54. 54. ISO 27001 +SAS 70 Type II
  55. 55. Service Organisation Controls (SOC 1) SSAE 16 and ISAE 3702
  56. 56. Control objectivesSecurity organisation Employee lifecycle Logical security Secure data handling Physical security Environmental safeguardsChange management Incident handling Availability and Data integrity redundancy
  57. 57. Detailed logging
  58. 58. FISMA Moderate
  59. 59. HIPAA
  60. 60. PCI DSS Level 1
  61. 61. Data access control
  62. 62. Identity andaccess control
  63. 63. aws.amazon.com/security
  64. 64. Q&Amatthew@amazon.com
  65. 65. What’s next?
  66. 66. Listen to our customers
  67. 67. Send us your feedback
  68. 68. Thank you! Refreshments in the lobby

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