Amazon Web Services for Disaster Recovery, Attila Narin, AWS

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CloudOps Summit 2012, Frankfurt, 20.9.2012, Track 2 - Build and Run
by Attila Narin, Senior Solutions Architect AWS
http://cloudops.de/sprecher/#attilanarin

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Amazon Web Services for Disaster Recovery, Attila Narin, AWS

  1. 1. Amazon  Web  Services  for   Disaster  Recovery     A6la  Narin   AWS  Solu:ons  Architecture  
  2. 2. Agenda  Briefly,  what  is  Disaster  Recovery?  Why  AWS  for  Disaster  Recovery?  AWS  services  that  can  be  employed  Common  DR  architectures  Customer  example  Where  to  go  next      
  3. 3.  Briefly,  what  is  Disaster  Recovery?    
  4. 4. Disaster  Recovery   vs.  Archiving  and  Backup   Archiving   Backup   Disaster  Recovery  moving  data  that  is  no  longer   making  copies  of  data  which   the  process,  policies  and   ac:vely  used  to  a  separate   may  be  used  to  restore  the   procedures  related  to  data  storage  device  for  long-­‐ original  aHer  loss,  dele:on,   preparing  for  recovery  or   term  reten:on   or  corrup:on   con:nua:on  of  technology   infrastructure  aHer  a  natural   or  human-­‐induced  disaster    
  5. 5. Examples  of  Disasters   a  hot  topic  for  businesses  worldwide  Flooding  and  cyclone  in  Australia   Mudslides  Rio  de  Janeiro   Earthquake  in  New  Zealand   Tsunami  and  flooding  in  Japan   Tornados  and  flooding  in  USA   Flooding  in  Taiwan       …and  of  course,  human  error…  
  6. 6. What  is  Disaster  Recovery?   DR  is  part  of  a  wider  set  of  policies  and  controls:  Business  Con=nuity   Recovery  Time   Recovery  Point   Objec:ve  (RTO)   Objec:ve  (RPO)      How  quickly  you  need  this  assets  to  be   How  ‘fresh’  the  recovery  must  be  for  the   recovered?   asset?   e.g.  1min?  15min?  1hr?  4hrs?  1day?   e.g.  zero  data  loss,  15mins  out  of  date?    
  7. 7.  Why  AWS  for  Disaster  Recovery?  
  8. 8. U:lity,  on-­‐demand  datacenter   The  fundamental  economic  model…  Primary  Site   Secondary  Site   Routers   Routers   Firewalls   Firewalls   Network   Network  Applica=on  Licenses   Applica=on  Licenses  Opera=ng  Systems   Opera=ng  Systems   Hypervisor   Hypervisor   Servers   Servers   SAN   SAN   Primary  Storage   Primary  Storage   Backup   Backup   Archive   Archive              
  9. 9. U:lity,  on-­‐demand  datacenter   The  fundamental  economic  model…  Primary  Site   AWS   Routers   Routers   Firewalls   Firewalls   Network   Network  Applica=on  Licenses   Applica=on  Licenses  Opera=ng  Systems   Opera=ng  Systems   Hypervisor   Hypervisor   Servers   Servers   SAN   SAN   Primary  Storage   Snapshot  Storage   Backup   Backup   Archive   Archive              
  10. 10. U:lity,  on-­‐demand  datacenter   The  fundamental  economic  model…  Primary  Site   AWS   Routers   Routers   Firewalls   Secondary   Firewalls   Network  Applica=on  Licenses   site  costs   Network   Applica=on  Licenses  Opera=ng  Systems   Opera=ng  Systems   Hypervisor   Hypervisor   Servers   Servers   SAN   SAN   Primary  Storage   Snapshot  Storage   Backup   Backup   Archive   Archive              
  11. 11. DR  Tradeoffs  and  Choices   Assets  can  sit  on  a  spectrum  of  technical  complexity…  Rebuild  when   Run  hot  standby  required  from   configura:on  with  offsite  backup   auto-­‐failover  
  12. 12. AWS  is  global   Region   Availability  Zone  
  13. 13.  AWS  services  that  can  be  used   for  DR  
  14. 14. Object  storage  &   Networking  services   Founda:on  services  transfer  services   Amazon Simple AWS Direct Amazon Elastic Storage Connect Compute Cloud Service (S3) (EC2) Amazon Virtual Private Cloud Amazon Relational AWS Import/Export (VPC) Database Service (RDS) Amazon Amazon AWS Storage Route 53 Elastic Block Gateway Service Storage (EBS)
  15. 15. AWS  storage  is  ideal  for  DR     S3  and  Elas=c  Block  Store  Simple  Storage  Service   Elas:c  Block  Store   Highly  scalable  object  storage   High  performance  block  storage  device   1  byte  to  5TB  in  size    1GB  to  1TB  in  size   99.999999999%  durability   Mount  as  drives  to  instances  with   snapshot/cloning  func=onali=es  
  16. 16. Objects in S3 1 Trillion 1000,000   750,000   500,000   250,000   0,000   750k+  peak  transac:ons  per  second  
  17. 17. Long  term  archive   Amazon  Glacier   Glacier Long  term  cold  storage   From  $0.01  per  GB/Month   99.999999999%  durability  
  18. 18. Networking options Internet   Internet  Direct  Connect   VPN  Connec:on   Virtual  Private  Cloud  Dedicated  connec=on  between  your  IT   A  Hardware  VPN  connec=on  connects   Private,  isolated  sec=on  of  the  AWS  Cloud  infrastructure  and  the  AWS  datacenters   amazon  environment  to  your  datacenter   Launch  resources  in  a  virtual  network  that  you  Extend  your  network  infrastructure  and   Internet  Protocol  security  (IPsec)  VPN   define  VLANs  into    AWS   connec=on   complete  control  over  your  virtual  networking   Commonly  used  hardware  supported   environment  
  19. 19.  Common  DR  Architectures  
  20. 20. Common  DR  architectures   4  main  paaerns  Backup  &  Restore   Pilot  light  Warm  standby  in   Mul=-­‐site  solu=on   AWS   in  AWS  &  on-­‐ premise      
  21. 21. Common  DR  architectures   We’ll  focus  on  3  of  them…  Backup  &  Restore   Pilot  light  Warm  standby  in   Mul=-­‐site  solu=on   AWS   in  AWS  &  on-­‐ premise      
  22. 22. Common  DR  architectures   Let’s  start  with  Backup  &  Restore  Backup  &  Restore   Pilot  light  Warm  standby  in   Mul=-­‐site  solu=on   AWS   in  AWS  &  on-­‐   premise      
  23. 23. Backup  &  Restore  paiern   Advantages  to  star=ng  a  journey  with  this  paaern   Simple  to  get  started   Cost  effec:ve       Easy  star=ng  point  for  exploring  the   Very  high  levels  of  data  durability  at   AWS  cloud   low  price   Low  technical  barrier  to  entry   Cost  of  storing  snapshots  in  S3  Focus  on  incorpora=ng  cloud  into  your   Archiving  possibili=es  beyond  tape  DR  strategy,  not  on  complex  technical   using  Glacier   issues  related  to  hot-­‐hot  systems              
  24. 24. Backup  &  Restore  paiern   The  prepara=on  process…    Take  backups  of   Store  backups   Move  to  long  term  current  systems   in  S3   archive  in  Glacier  
  25. 25. Backup  &  Restore  paiern   The  process…    Take  backups  of   Store  backups   Move  to  long  term  current  systems   in  S3   archive  in  Glacier   Detail  how  you  will  restoring  from  backup  or   recover  from  archive  
  26. 26. Push  backups  to  AWS  
  27. 27. Store  AMIs  for  servers  
  28. 28. Recover  servers  during  DR  
  29. 29. Oracle  RMAN   Corporate  data  center   Oracle   Oracle   Secure   RMAN   Backup   S3   Module  
  30. 30. Common  DR  architectures   Let’s  look  at  the  Pilot  Light  paaern…  Backup  &  Restore   Pilot  light  Warm  standby  in   Mul=-­‐site  solu=on   AWS   in  AWS  &  on-­‐   premise        
  31. 31. Pilot  light  architecture   Moving  along  the  DR  spectrum…  Build  resources  around   replicated  dataset     Keep  ‘pilot  light’  on  by  replica=ng  core   databases  Build  AWS  resources  around  dataset  and   leave  in  stopped  state            
  32. 32. Pilot  light  architecture   Moving  along  the  DR  spectrum…  Build  resources  around   Scale  resources  in  AWS  in   replicated  dataset   response  to  a  DR  event       Keep  ‘pilot  light’  on  by  replica=ng  core   Start  up  pool  of  resources  in  AWS  when   databases   events  dictate  Build  AWS  resources  around  dataset  and   Ramp  up  to  produc=on  capacity  by  star=ng   leave  in  stopped  state   and  scaling  resources            
  33. 33. Pilot  light  architecture   Moving  along  the  DR  spectrum…  Build  resources  around   Scale  resources  in  AWS  in   replicated  dataset   response  to  a  DR  event       Keep  ‘pilot  light’  on  by  replica=ng  core   Start  up  pool  of  resources  in  AWS  when   databases   events  dictate  Build  AWS  resources  around  dataset  and   Ramp  up  to  produc=on  capacity  by  star=ng   leave  in  stopped  state   and  scaling  resources             Switch-­‐over  to  system  in  AWS  
  34. 34. Pilot  light  –  prepara:on  phase   Stopped instances
  35. 35. Pilot  light  –  recovery  phase   Running instances
  36. 36. Common  DR  architectures   Let’s  look  at  the  Pilot  Light  paaern…  Backup  &  Restore   Pilot  light  Warm  standby  in   Mul=-­‐site  solu=on   AWS   in  AWS  &  on-­‐   premise        
  37. 37. Warm  standby  –  prepara:on  phase   Running instances
  38. 38. Warm  standby  –  recovery  phase   Running instances, taking production traffic
  39. 39.  Customer  example  
  40. 40. Haven Power istaking advantageof the lowercosts andincreasedflexibility of cloudcomputing
  41. 41. EU  region  DR  site  for  range  of  business  applica:ons  All  running  in  a  Virtual  Private  Cloud  (VPC)  DR  provision  for  applica:ons  dependent  on  Oracle  and  SQL  Server  databases  Includes  DR  for  Ac:ve  Directory  and  Windows  file  shares  
  42. 42.  Where  to  go  next  
  43. 43. Rich  partner  ecosystem   Technology  and  services  organisa=ons  
  44. 44. hip://aws.amazon.com/backup-­‐storage     hip://aws.typepad.com       hip://aws.amazon.com/whitepapers    
  45. 45. Thank  you!     a6la@amazon.lu  twiier.com/AWS_Aktuell   aws.amazon.com/de     We  are  Hiring!    

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