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Sopra Steria Group - AWS

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Presentazione delle principali funzionalità AWS e principi basici del cloud computing durante la sessione de "Il Martedì dell'architetto" del 12 Giugno

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Sopra Steria Group - AWS

  1. 1. Delivering Transformation. Together. *Réussirlatransformation.Ensemble. AWS – AMAZON WEB SERVICES PRESENTATION Fabio Di Pierno – Sopra Steria
  2. 2. WHAT IS AWS – FROM WIKIPEDIA Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon.com that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms to individuals, companies and governments, on a paid subscription basis. 2
  3. 3. HISTORY 3 Chris Pinkham, manager at Amazon, ask Benjamin Black to create new architecture to front amazon.com success and so many users in the world. The only way to achive the requirement without get in trouble again after new growing of amazon.com was create a new infrastructure built to decouple software from hardware and get distance from classics monolithic apps. Benjamin Black did it and he saw a new opportunity. He, with Pinkham, wrote a document presenting the AWS idea. AWS is born to be AWS not for amazon.com
  4. 4. MAIN BENEFITS Zero expense to get started, pay as you go 4 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Andy Jassy, AWS Senior Vice President
  5. 5. MAIN BENEFITS Zero expense to get started, pay as you go 5 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Andy Jassy, AWS Senior Vice President Lower variable expense than on premise and in the time
  6. 6. MAIN BENEFITS Zero expense to get started, pay as you go 6 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Andy Jassy, AWS Senior Vice President Lower variable expense than on premise and in the time You don’t need to guess capacity
  7. 7. MAIN BENEFITS Zero expense to get started, pay as you go 7 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Andy Jassy, AWS Senior Vice President Lower variable expense than on premise and in the time You don’t need to guess capacity
  8. 8. MAIN BENEFITS Zero expense to get started, pay as you go 8 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Andy Jassy, AWS Senior Vice President Lower variable expense than on premise and in the time You don’t need to guess capacity Infrastructure in a second and no extra resources, experimentation fast with low risk
  9. 9. MAIN BENEFITS Zero expense to get started, pay as you go 9 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Andy Jassy, AWS Senior Vice President Lower variable expense than on premise and in the time You don’t need to guess capacity Infrastructure in a second and no extra resources, experimentation fast with low risk No Maintenance
  10. 10. MAIN BENEFITS Zero expense to get started, pay as you go 10 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Andy Jassy, AWS Senior Vice President Lower variable expense than on premise and in the time You don’t need to guess capacity Infrastructure in a second and no extra resources, experimentation fast with low risk No Maintenance High availability with Multi-AZ distribution
  11. 11. GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE REGION AND AVAILABILITY ZONES 11 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  12. 12. Definition IAM is where you manage your AWS users, and their access to AWS accounts and services. IAM – IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT 12 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  13. 13. ACCOUNT 13 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] When you create an account, this account is a root user with superuser privileges! What can do a root user? Manage Resources  Start any AWS services  Work with any Region and AZ Users Management  Create new Roles  Create new Users  Setup autorisations in a deep level for each user Billing Settings  Check any billing operation and payment methods  Ask for detailed reports to check costs Recovery Actions  Password recovery  Lost MFA Devices  Any administration action
  14. 14. How users or softwares can access AWS services? Web Console Mobile Console CLI SDK REST API ACCESS SERVICES 14 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  15. 15. SERVICES 15 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  16. 16. Definition VPC lets you provision a logically isolated section of AWS cloud where you can launch AWS resourse in a Virtual Network that you define and fully control. VPC – VIRTUAL PRIVATE CLOUD 16 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  17. 17. It’s like a Private Corporate Network or a on- premise data centers VPC lets extend on-premise network to the cloud as it was part of your network (VPN) VPC is hosted in a chosen AWS region. VPC can span multiple availability zones. This lets you to have high availability and fault tolerance architecture. VPC CONCEPTS 17 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  18. 18. When you create an AWS account a default VPC is created for you including  Internet Gateway, an horizontally scaled, redundant and high available VPC Component that allows comunications between instances in the VPC and the internet  A route table, where you can define routes from an ip to a service or subnet  Network Access Control List (NACL, it’s like a firewall)  Subnets (subcontainers). A subnet could be public or private and belong to an AZ or another. AWS provides a DNS for each VPC You can setup your own DNS changing DHCP options VPC CONCEPTS 18 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  19. 19. EC2 (ELASTIC CLOUD COMPUTE) 19 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Definition It’s a virtual server and provides scalable computing capacity in the cloud
  20. 20. You don’t need to wait weeks to get one. EC2 are designed to mimic traditional on-premises, but with the ability to be commisioned and decommisioned for easy scalability and elasticity. Each EC2 needs to be set in a VPC, Availability Zone and subnet. When you define a EC2 you needs to specify  AMI (Amazon Machine Image): OS and other settings  Instance type: hardware (cpu, ram, network bandwith)  Network Interface: ip public, private or elastic IPs.  Storage: EBS (Elastic Block Store) or Instance Store (not network persistent)  Secure login information for your instances using key pairs (one key to Amazon, on key to you) EC2 CONCEPTS 20 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  21. 21. On-demand: you pay the time is on, you choose when it’s on and it needs to shutdown  It’s the most expensive  It’s the most flexible Reserved: you purchase an istance for one or three years  The price/hour ratio is better than on-demand  You can pay upfront, partial upfront or no upfront.  You are responsible for the entire price and how often you use the instance. Spot  You bid a price on an instance type. Amazon provides an active instance which is not used at that time if your price is ok on that.  It’s useful when you need an instance for a short time EC2 BUYING OPTIONS 21 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  22. 22. LIGHTSAIL (RELATION DATABASE SERVICE) 22 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Definition Is a virtual machine built on an image you choose where is specified the OS and an entire application or development stack.
  23. 23. Simplified Service  You don’t need to have system engineering skills  Try Console Interface, it looks more simple of EC2 AWS Console Interface Preconfigured Environments with full stacks of software and/or SDKs Even if it’s a simplified service you still have the same EC2 functionality You can choose Linux or Windows as OS Prices are flat (from 5$/month to 80$) LIGHTSAIL CONCEPTS 23 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  24. 24. RDS (RELATION DATABASE SERVICE) 24 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Definition It is a web service that makes it easier to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the cloud. It provides cost-efficient, resizable capacity for an industry-standard relational database and manages common database administration tasks.
  25. 25. CPU, Memory, Storage and IOPS are split apart from the DB instance, so you can scale them independently Amazon RDS manages backups, software patching, automatic failure detection, and recovery DB Engine available:  Amazon Aurora  MySql  MariaDB  PostegreSql  Oracle  Microsoft Sql Server RDS CONCEPTS 25 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  26. 26. Definition is a relational database engine that combines the speed and reliability of high-end commercial databases with the simplicity and cost- effectiveness of open source databases. • It delivers up to five times the throughput of standard MySQL and up to three times the throughput of standard PostgreSQL. • It is designed to be compatible with MySQL and with PostgreSQL • It is available through Amazon RDS RDS – AWS AURORA 26 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  27. 27. S3 (SIMPLE STORAGE SERVICES) 27 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Definition It’s a service used to store files and documents in the Cloud.
  28. 28. Any file stored can be shared and be public You can enable versioning on the files stored Buckets are the main storage in S3 and contain grouping of information and name spaces that are similar to folders. Each bucket has a name which contains only lowercase letters and this name is unique worldwide across all of AWS. Each object can be stored in three storage class  Standard (Fast access with high frequencies, high costs)  Reduced Redundant Storage (Non critical, reproducible objects)  Infrequent Access (File you don’t access frequently but must be immediatly available when needed)  Glacier (Long term archive storage, lower prices) S3 CONCEPTS 28 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  29. 29. SERVERLESS COMPUTING 29 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Definition Is a cloud-computing execution model in which the cloud provider dynamically manages the allocation of machine resources. Pricing is based on the actual amount of resources consumed by an application, rather than on pre-purchased units of capacity.
  30. 30. SERVERLESS COMPUTING - ADVANTAGES 30 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] You don’t care about servers provisioning You don’t rent servers No OS costs, no licenses, no maintenance You don’t need to plan a scaling policy with auto-scaling It’s Multi-AZ, always
  31. 31. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 31 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  32. 32. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 32 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  33. 33. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 33 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  34. 34. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 34 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  35. 35. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 35 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  36. 36. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 36 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  37. 37. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 37 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  38. 38. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 38 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  39. 39. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 39 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  40. 40. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 40 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  41. 41. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 41 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  42. 42. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 42 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  43. 43. SERVERLESS COMPUTING – AWS SERVICE NEEDED 43 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  44. 44. API GATEWAY 44 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Definition It’s a service used to create, publish, manage and monitoring APIs.
  45. 45. It’s a serverless service API Versioning  It let you to run multiple version of the same API Environment  Deploy the API to different environment (dev, stage, prod) Performance  Integrated with CloudFront ‐ it allows you to take advantage of worldwide network of edge locations to provide end users with the lowest possible latency for API requests and responses ‐ DDoS attack protection  API Output Caching API Monitoring with CloudWatch Flexible Security Controls, to secure your API you can use  AWS IAM  AWS Cognito  AWS Lambda to manage others mechanisms like OAuth API GATEWAY CONCEPTS 45 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  46. 46. AWS LAMBDA 46 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Definition Lambda is a serverless computing platform where you can provision the code to run without provisioning or managing servers or caring about capacity and scalability.
  47. 47. AWS LAMBDA - CONCEPTS 47 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Based on your code Lambda scales automatically You pay the compute time (by number of execution, duration time and allocated memory). Prices are calculated every 100 milliseconds. It can be integrated with others services like CloudFront, SNS, SQS, RDS or DynamoDb. Languages supported:  Node.js  Java  C#  Python It can be used also triggered by other services (events like change in S3 buckets for example or update to a DynamoDb table) or by custom events or accessed by Api Gateway.
  48. 48. AWS DYNAMODB 48 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Definition Amazon DynamoDB is a fully managed NoSQL database service that provides fast and predictable performance with seamless scalability. DynamoDB lets you offload the administrative burdens of operating and scaling a distributed database, so that you don't have to worry about hardware provisioning, setup and configuration, replication, software patching, or cluster scaling.
  49. 49. It’s a serverless service It’s like MongoDB  It’s schemaless  It’s a key/value store It’s a schema lists It save data on SSD and use synchronous replication to other availability zones. It easily integrates with other AWS services like MapReduce DYNAMODB CONCEPTS 49 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  50. 50. AWS COGNITO 50 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Definition Amazon Cognito provides authentication, authorization, and user management for your web and mobile apps. Your users can sign in directly with a user name and password, or through a third party such as Facebook, Amazon, or Google.
  51. 51. The two main components of Amazon Cognito are user pools and identity pools  User pools are user directories that provide sign-up and sign-in options for your app users  Identity Pool lets users to obtain temporary AWS credentials to access AWS services, such as Amazon S3 and DynamoDB your users can sign-in through social identity providers (Facebook, etc) and enterprise identity provider (Microsoft Active Directory) It let you implement MFA access COGNITO CONCEPTS 51 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  52. 52. ROUTE 53 52 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] Definition Amazon Route 53 is a highly available and scalable cloud Domain Name System (DNS) web service
  53. 53. OTHER MAIN SERVICES 53 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] SNS – Simple Notification Service, makes it easy to set up, operate, and send notifications from the cloud.
  54. 54. OTHER MAIN SERVICES SNS – Simple Notification Service, makes it easy to set up, operate, and send notifications from the cloud. 54 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] ELB – Elastic Load Balancing
  55. 55. OTHER MAIN SERVICES SNS – Simple Notification Service, makes it easy to set up, operate, and send notifications from the cloud. 55 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] ELB – Elastic Load Balancing ElasticCache, a fully managed in memory cache engine. Work also with Redis.
  56. 56. OTHER MAIN SERVICES SNS – Simple Notification Service, makes it easy to set up, operate, and send notifications from the cloud. 56 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] ELB – Elastic Load Balancing ElasticCache, a fully managed in memory cache engine. Work also with Redis. Redshift, a data warehousing service.
  57. 57. OTHER MAIN SERVICES SNS – Simple Notification Service, makes it easy to set up, operate, and send notifications from the cloud. 57 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9] ELB – Elastic Load Balancing ElasticCache, a fully managed in memory cache engine. Work also with Redis. Redshift, a data warehousing service. SQS – Simple Queue Service
  58. 58. AWS CERTIFICATIONS 58 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  59. 59. CONTACTS Sopra Steria Via Mario Bianchini, 51 00140 ROMA www.soprasteria.com Fabio Di Pierno Solution Builder M. + 39 339 459 4747 Fabio.dipierno@soprasteria.com YOUR SALES CONTACT 59 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]
  60. 60. Delivering Transformation. Together. 60 Toolbox – PRESENTATION EXAMPLES – size [16:9]

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