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Understanding AWS Storage Options

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With AWS, you can choose the right storage service like including Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) and Amazon Elastic Block Storage (Amazon EBS) for the right use case. This session shows the range of AWS choices—from object storage to block storage—that are available to you. The sessions will also include specifics about real-world deployments from customers who are using Amazon S3, Amazon EBS, Amazon Glacier, and AWS Storage Gateway.

Reasons to attend:
Learn how to select which storage options to use, based your requirements for cost, access pattern and use case.
Understand why AWS is a perfect platform for the storage of digital assets, data, media and backups.
Discover how Glacier can revolutionize your long term archive management by removing the need for costly and fragile media types.
Hear about customer use cases and a rich partner ecosystem of services built on AWS storage services.

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Understanding AWS Storage Options

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  2. 2. Understanding AWS Storage Options Olivier Klein AWS Solutions Architect olivierk@amazon.com
  3. 3. v   Agenda •  AWS Infrastructure •  What Storage Options should I select? •  How to get my Data inside AWS? •  Demo Time! •  What’s Next?
  4. 4. v  Oregon   Beijing   Tokyo   Singapore   Ireland   GovCloud   Northern   California   Sydney   São  Paulo   Frankfurt   N.  Virginia   AWS Global Infrastructure •  11 Regions •  28 Availability Zones •  52 Edge Locations Continuous Expansion
  5. 5. v   AWS Foundation Services AWS  Founda+on  Services   Compute   Storage   Database   Networking   AWS  Global   Infrastructure   Regions   Availability  Zones   Edge  Loca+ons  
  6. 6. v   AWS Foundation Services AWS  Founda+on  Services   Compute   Storage   Database   Networking   AWS  Global   Infrastructure   Regions   Availability  Zones   Edge  Loca+ons  
  7. 7. v   AWS Storage Options •  Object storage •  Archive storage •  Block storage •  Gateway solution
  8. 8. v   Object Storage
  9. 9. v   Simple Storage Service •  Highly scalable, fully managed object storage •  Virtually unlimited storage capacity •  1 byte to 5 TB in size per object •  Trillions of unique customer objects •  Millions of transactions per second •  99.999999999% durability
  10. 10. v   Simple Storage Service 1  PB  raw  storage   800  TB  usable  storage   600  TB  allocated  storage   400  TB  applicaJon  data   TradiJonal  Storage   Amazon  S3  
  11. 11. v   S3 – Buckets and Objects •  Fully managed •  Store in buckets •  Versioning •  Access control lists and bucket policies •  AES-256 bit encryption at rest •  Private by default •  Addressable over the internet if public •  Ideal for images, videos, application data, backups and more
  12. 12. v   S3 – Static Content Website •  S3 becomes your webserver •  Offload static content to S3 and run dynamic content on EC2
  13. 13. v   S3 – When to use? Use Amazon S3 when you need •  Web-scale storage capacity and performance for web applications •  High data durability •  Storage for log files •  Storage for backup and active archives •  Single-origin store with delivery through Content Delivery Networks such as Amazon CloudFront •  Ingestion point for Big Data application
  14. 14. v   •  Uses Amazon S3 to store daily logs and images •  Generates more than 1.2 TBs of logs per day •  Runs ~250 Hadoop jobs per day, processing more than 30TBs of data
  15. 15. v   Archival Storage
  16. 16. v   Amazon Glacier •  Long term low-cost archiving service •  Optimal for infrequently accessed data •  99.999999999% durability •  3-5 hours retrieval time •  $0.01 per GB / month •  $120 per TB / year
  17. 17. v   Storage Cost vs. Retrieval Cost ?
  18. 18. v   Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier Integration Policy-based archiving service
  19. 19. v   Amazon S3 Lifecycle Policies •  S3 Lifecycle policies allow to delete or move objects based on age •  Set rules per S3 bucket •  Example: •  Move object to Glacier after 30 days •  Delete object after 365 days
  20. 20. v   •  One of the world’s leading social sound platform •  Audio files must be transcoded and stored in multiple formats •  Stores 2.5 PBs of data •  Transcoded files served from Amazon S3 •  Originals moved to Amazon Glacier for cost savings Use Case: SoundCloud
  21. 21. v   Block Storage
  22. 22. v   EC2 Instance Storage •  Every EC2 comes with instance storage •  Local, direct attached resource •  Size is based on EC2 instance type •  Storage optimized instances for up to 365,000 r/s and 315,000 w/s •  Choice of SSD or magnetic It’s volatile! •  No persistence •  All data is automatically deleted when an EC2 instance stops, fails or is terminated
  23. 23. v   Elastic Block Store •  High performance block storage •  Persistent block storage •  1GB to 1TB in size * •  Mount as drives to EC2 instances •  SSD or Magnetic •  Burstable or provisioned throughput * Upcoming: Larger and faster EBS volumes for up to 16TB  
  24. 24. v   Elastic Block Store •  You can attach multiple EBS volumes •  RAID to increase performance or storage capacity
  25. 25. v   Elastic Block Store •  You can reattach your EBS volume to a new instance •  Data is persisted
  26. 26. v   Elastic Block Store •  You can snapshot your EBS volume into our highly durable storage service •  Create new EBS volumes from snapshots or clone drives
  27. 27. v   EBS Performance •  EBS Magnetic •  40-200 IOPS •  EBS General Purpose •  SSD backed •  3 IOPS / GB •  Burstable to 3,000 IOPS •  EBS Provisioned IOPS •  SSD backed •  Up to 4,000 IOPS consistently IOPS = I/O per second for up to 256KB blocks  
  28. 28. v   Gateway Solution
  29. 29. v   Gateway Solution
  30. 30. v   AWS Storage Gateway •  Connect an on-premises software appliance to provide integration with Amazon S3 •  Supports three configuration •  Gateway-Cached Volumes •  Gateway-Stored Volumes •  Gateway-Virtual Tape Library (VTL)
  31. 31. v   AWS Storage Gateway •  Cached – Data is stored in Amazon S3 with frequently accessed files kept locally •  Stored – Asynchronous point-in-time backup snapshots to Amazon S3 Servers On-premises Host AWS Storage Gateway VM Direct Attached or Storage Area Network Disks iSCSI SSL Amazon  Simple   Storage  Service   (S3)   AWS  Storage   Gateway  Service  
  32. 32. v   AWS Storage Gateway •  VTL– Expose an industry standard virtual tape library •  Write to tape à S3 •  Put in shelf à GlacierBackup Application On-premises Host Tape Drive iSCSI SSL Amazon  S3   AWS  Storage   Gateway  Service  Media Changer iSCSI Amazon Glacier
  33. 33. v   AWS Storage Gateway •  Backup data into Amazon S3 •  Disaster Recovery of applications to EC2 •  Archive into Amazon Glacier
  34. 34. v   Use Case: Disaster Recovery
  35. 35. v   Use Case: Disaster Recovery
  36. 36. v   Use Case: Disaster Recovery
  37. 37. v   AWS  Direct  Connect   Dedicated  bandwidth  between  your   site  and  AWS   AWS  Import/Export   Physical  transfer  of  media  into  and  out  of   AWS     How to get my data into AWS? Internet   Transfer  data  through  secure  encrypted   tunnel  over  the  public  internet  
  38. 38. v   Reduce  costs   Reduce  on-­‐premise   Change  processes   Reduce  CAPEX  while  dramaJcally   increasing  scalability     Eliminate  the  need  for  secondary   sites   Eliminate  on  premise  equipment   to  manage  archives   Consolidate  on-­‐premise  and   augment  with  cloud   Eliminate  capacity  planning   Eliminate  provisioning  for  peak   demand   Remove  aging  technologies       Remove  tape  archives   Cycle  out  aging  disk  arrays   Why AWS for storage?
  39. 39. v   Demo Time!

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