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AWSRus - What is possible with free tier

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Light talk about Amazon free tier and it's capabilities on AWSRus gathering (September, 28th '17). This presentation highlights completely free services and services that are available for new customers (12 month). It also contains several examples. Further details you can find on my blog - https://erudinsky.com, where I have started series articles around this topic and what is possible (basically tutorials on building microservices with free tier usage).

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AWSRus - What is possible with free tier

  1. 1. What can be done with AWS Free Tier Evgeny Rudinsky @awsrus (St. Petersburg)
  2. 2. About Evgeny • AWS Enthusiast, user group organizer: • AWS St. Petersburg, Ru • AWS Tallinn, Estonia • Been in Backup ISV for since `07 • Now Technical Evangelist @cloudberrylab • Of course blog @ https://erudinsky.com • Follow me @evgenyrudinsky
  3. 3. Amazon Free Tier Amazon Free Tier – free cloud services. Details - https://aws.amazon.com/free/ Two options: • Free for first 12 months (valid for new account only); • Forever free (Non-expiring offerings).
  4. 4. 12 month free • Expires in 12 months since account creation; • Includes the following services: • Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2); • Simple Storage Service (S3); • Elastic File System (EFS); • Relational Database Service (RDS); • Cloud Directory; • Amazon Connect; • Amazon GameLift; • Data Transfer; • Data Pipeline; • ElastiCache; • CloudFront; • API Gateway; • Elasticsearch Service; • Pinpoint; • OpsWorks • Polly; • IoT; • Lex;
  5. 5. Non-expiring offers • Never expires; • Includes the following services: • DynamoDB; • Amazon Cognito; • CodeCommit; • CloudWatch; • X-Ray; • Mobile Analytics; • DMS (Database Migration Service); • Storage Gateway; • Amazon Chime; • SWF (Simple WorkFlow Service); • SQS (Simple Queue Service); • SNS (Simple Notification Service); • Elastic Transcoder; • KMS (Key Management Service); • Lambda; • CodePipeline; • Device Farm; • Step Functions; • SES (Simple Email Service); • QuickSight; • Amazon Glacier; • Amazon Macie; • Glue; • CodeBuild;
  6. 6. Now deeper ;)
  7. 7. Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) • 750 hours per month of the following instances (EC2 t2.micro): • Linux instance usage (1 GiB of memory and 32-bit and 64-bit platform support); • Microsoft Windows Server† instance usage (1 GiB of memory and 32-bit and 64-bit platform support). • 750 hours of an Elastic Load Balancer shared between Classic and Application load balancers, 15 GB data processing for Classic load balancers; • 30 GB of Amazon Elastic Block Storage in any combination of General Purpose (SSD) or Magnetic, plus 2 million I/Os (with EBS Magnetic) and 1 GB of snapshot storage; • 500 MB-month of Amazon EC2 Container Registry storage (new customers).
  8. 8. Storage Services & CDN • Amazon S3 - 5 GB of standard storage, 20,000 Get Requests, and 2,000 Put Requests; • Amazon Glacier - 10 GB of Amazon Glacier data retrievals per month for free. The free tier allowance can be used at any time during the month and applies to Standard retrievals; • Amazon EFS - 5 GB per month; • CloudFront - 50 GB Data Transfer Out, 2,000,000 HTTP and HTTPS Requests; • Storage Gateway - up to 100GB a month free (max charge $125);
  9. 9. Database Services • RDS • 750 hours of Amazon RDS Single-AZ db.t2.micro Instances,for running MySQL, PostgreSQL, MariaDB, Oracle BYOL or SQL Server (running SQL Server Express Edition) – enough hours to run a DB Instance continuously each month; • 20 GB of database storage, in any combination of RDS General Purpose (SSD) or Magnetic storage; • 10 million I/Os (for use with RDS Magnetic storage; I/Os on RDS General Purpose (SSD) storage are not separately billed); • 20 GB of backup storage for your automated database backups and any user-initiated DB Snapshots; • DynamoDB • 25 GB of Storage, 25 Units of Read Capacity and 25 Units of Write Capacity – enough to handle up to 200M requests per month with Amazon DynamoDB. • DMS (Database Migration Service) • 750 Hours of Amazon DMS Single-AZ dms.t2.micro instance usage • 50 GB of included General Purpose (SSD) storage
  10. 10. Messaging Services • SQS - 1,000,000 Requests; • SNS - 1,000,000 Requests, 100,000 HTTP notifications and 1,000 email notifications; • SES • 62,000 Outbound Messages per month to any recipient when you call Amazon SES from an Amazon EC2 instance directly or through AWS Elastic Beanstalk. • 1,000 Inbound Messages per month.
  11. 11. Mobile Services • API Gateway - 1 Million API Calls per month; • Cognito • The Your User Pool feature has a free tier of 50,000 MAUs each month • The Federated Identities feature for authenticating users and generating unique identifiers is always free with Amazon Cognito Also includes: • 10 GB of cloud sync storage. Expires 12 months after signup • 1,000,000 sync operations per month. Expires 12 months after signup • The Your User Pool feature is currently in Beta and you will not be charged for sending SMS messages for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and phone verification. However, separate pricing for sending SMS messages will apply after the conclusion of Beta period.
  12. 12. Management Tools • CloudWatch • 10 custom metrics, 10 alarms, and 1,000,000 API requests; • 5 GB of Log Data Ingestion; • 5 GB of Log Data Archive • 3 Dashboards with up to 50 metrics each per month • OpsWorks - 10 nodes per month
  13. 13. AI • Polly - 5 million characters per month; • Lex • 10,000 text requests per month; • 5,000 speech requests per month. • IoT - 250,000 messages (published or delivered) per month;
  14. 14. Billing thresholds
  15. 15. Examples • SMS self-service • Static website • Spam service • Twitter, telegram, whatever bot (“liker” etc)
  16. 16. Q&A Evgeny Rudinsky Email: evgeny.rudinsky@gmail.com Blogging around AWS – https://erudinsky.com Follow me @evgenyrudinsky

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