AWS Webinar 201 - Backup, Archive and Disaster Recovery


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IT systems and applications are producing and consuming content at a rapidly growing rate. This could significantly impact costs and agility of IT organizations if not planned for appropriately. Organizations of all sizes have seen significant benefits from utilizing cloud services in their business. One early area of focus for companies has been the highly durable, low cost and massively scalable benefits that come with cloud storage services. Today, thousands of developers and businesses around the globe rely on Amazon Web Services (AWS) for their backup, archival and disaster recovery requirements. This session covers best practices on proven designs from real world customer use cases and discuss topics such as capacity planning, durability, cost, security, as well as content categorization and transfer.

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AWS Webinar 201 - Backup, Archive and Disaster Recovery

  1. 1. AWS  201   Backup,  Archive  and   Disaster  Recovery   Markku  Lepistö  -­‐  Technology  Evangelist   @markkulepisto  
  2. 2. Housekeeping •  Presentation ~45mins •  Post Questions Online •  Q&A at the end •  Reminder – Fill in the survey!
  3. 3. Agenda • What’s the Problem? • Data Transfer • Data Stores • Backup and DR • What’s Next?
  4. 4. Problem
  5. 5. We  are  constantly  producing  more  data  
  6. 6. Primary Block Storage Primary File Storage Archival Storage Disk Based Backup Storage Tape Infrastructure & Management Replicated Storage for Disaster Recovery Offsite Locations Geo- Resilience Pressure on Traditional On-Premise Solutions Complex  /  BriIle   Siloed  /  Expensive   Capacity  Guessing  
  7. 7. Traditional Backups •  Long/slow recovery time •  Low durability (higher probability for data loss) •  Requires Tape Museums •  Expensive Tech Refresh
  8. 8. AWS Services Help?
  9. 9. Transfer
  10. 10. AWS  Global  Infrastructure   10 Regions 25 Availability Zones 51 Edge Locations
  11. 11. AWS  Direct  Connect   Dedicated  bandwidth  between  your   site  and  AWS   AWS  Import/Export   Physical  transfer  of  media  into  and   out  of  AWS     When  -­‐  if  ever  -­‐  will  the  bandwidth  of     the  Internet  surpass  that  of  FedEx?   —Johan  Öbrink  
  12. 12. ElasPc  Block  Store   High  performance  block  storage  device    1GB  to  1TB  in  size,  max  4000  IOPS/volume   Mount  as  drives  to  instances     with  snapshot/cloning  funcOonaliOes   Simple  Storage  Service   Highly  scalable  object  storage   1  byte  to  5TB  in  size   99.999999999%  durability   Glacier   Long  term  object  archive   1c/GB/month,  $120/TB/year   99.999999999%  durability   Very  fast   mounted   volumes   Slow,   infrequent   archive   Fast  object  storage   AWS Storage Options
  13. 13. Storage Tiers & Automated Life-Cycle
  14. 14. 1PB  Raw  Storage   800TB  Usable  Storage   600TB  Allocated  Storage   400TB  WriIen  ApplicaPon  Storage   S3  &  Glacier  –     Only  actual   usage  is   charged   Raw Storage at On perm vs. Cloud
  15. 15. Access via Console, SDKs and Third-party Solutions S3   Glacier   Internet Web Services API HTTP(S) Via SDK Via 3rd parties
  16. 16. AWS Storage Gateway for offsite disk backups Gateway-Cached Volumes Backup Servers On-premises Host AWS Storage Gateway VM Direct Attached or Storage Area Network Disks iSCSI SSL Production Systems Your  Datacenter   Amazon  Simple   Storage  Service   (S3)   AWS  Storage   Gateway  Service  
  17. 17. AWS Storage Gateway for departmental file shares Gateway-Stored Volumes On-premises Host AWS Storage Gateway VM Direct Attached or Storage Area Network Disks SSL Your  Datacenter   Amazon  Simple   Storage  Service   (S3)   AWS  Storage   Gateway  Service   iSCSI End Users CIFS/ NFS File servers
  18. 18. AWS Storage Gateway - Virtual Tape Library
  19. 19. •  CIFS/NFS  Local  PresentaPon   •  Appliance  or  Virtual  Machine   •  In-­‐Line  De-­‐DuplicaPon   •  Customer  Retained  Security  Keys   •  Local  Cache  for  recently  archived  data   Partner Solutions
  20. 20. Choosing the Data Store
  21. 21. Amazon   ElasPCache   Amazon   RDS   Amazon   Redshic   Amazon  S3   Request  rate   High   Low   Cost/GB   High   Low   Latency   Low   High   Data  Volume   Low   High   Amazon   Glacier   Amazon  CloudSearch   Amazon   EMR   Structure   Low   High   Amazon   DynamoDB  
  22. 22. cost, volume, access pattern structure
  23. 23. Recovering from Disasters
  24. 24. Backup  and   restore   Pilot  light   Warm   standby   Hot   standby  
  25. 25. cost speed of recovery
  26. 26. Backup the DB
  27. 27. Backup Server Images
  28. 28. Create instances from AMIs Restore data from backups Restore DB and App Servers
  29. 29. Summary
  30. 30. Internet  Web   Services  API   HTTP(S)   AWS  Direct   Connect   Block   File   AWS   Cloud   Customer   Data   Center   Storage  Use   Cases   Archive   Backup   Disaster  Recovery   Next Generation Enterprise Storage  
  31. 31. Tradi8onal:  On-­‐Premise  Solu8ons   Primary   Block  Storage   Primary  File   Storage   Archival   Storage   Disk  Based   Backup   Storage   Tape   Infrastructure  &   Management   Replicated   Storage  for   Disaster   Recovery   Offsite   LocaPons   Geo-­‐ Resilience   Next  Genera8on:  Gateway  &  Cloud  Storage   Reduce  SAN   Footprint   Reduce  NAS   Footprint   Eliminate   Archival   Hardware  &   Socware   Eliminate   Backup   Hardware  &   Socware   Eliminate  Tape   Recover  in   Cloud  or  any   Data  Center   Eliminate   Secondary   Data  Centers   Reduce  Complexity.   Reduce  Cost.  
  32. 32. data information abandoned actionable
  33. 33. Amazon  CloudFront       Amazon   Cloudsearch   Amazon   ElasPc   Transcoder   Amazon  SWF   Amazon   DynamoDB   Amazon  ElasPc   MapReduce   Amazon  VPC   Amazon  EC2   Amazon  EBS   Discovery   Delivery   DR,  Archive,  Backup  and   Compute   Transcoding   Workflow   AnalyPcs   Managed  DBs   Glacier   (OR)   Business  Value  From  The  Data  
  34. 34. Benefits of AWS Storage Financial –  Significant reduction in capital investments –  Pay for only what you use: Metered Utility –  Eliminate the need to over purchase –  AWS prices continue to fall over time Operational –  Streamline and simplify data management operations –  Reduction of systems and data centers –  Focus employees on proactive and innovative tasks Business –  Never stop the business as capacity is endless –  Never slow the pace of innovation –  Turn IT into an innovation enabler
  35. 35. Demo Warm Standby, Cross-Region Disaster!! and Recovery
  36. 36. Thank  you   Markku  Lepistö  -­‐  Technology  Evangelist   @markkulepisto  
  37. 37. Your  feedback  is  important   Please  complete  the   Survey!   What’s  good,  what’s  not   What  you  want  to  see  at  these  events   What  you  want  AWS  to  deliver  for  you  
  38. 38. Q&A