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Get Started with AWS


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Introduction to Amazon Web Services and insight on migrating to AWS from a on-premise server

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Get Started with AWS

  1. 1. Asanka Nissanka
  2. 2. Agenda ● Introduction ● Business/Usage Statistics ● AWS Services ● AWS Platform ● Case Study ● Demo
  3. 3. Introduction
  4. 4. AWS Mission Enable Businesses and Developers to use web services * to build scalable, sophisticated applications
  5. 5. What is AWS ? SaaS ? or PaaS ? or IaaS ?
  6. 6. Business/ Usage Statistics
  7. 7. Business Progress Over 1 million active customers Successful Start-ups Using AWS
  8. 8. 2014 IaaS Magic Quadrant “AWS is the overwhelming market share leader, with more than 5X the compute capacity in use than the aggregate total of the other 14 providers”
  9. 9. 2014 Public Cloud Storage Magic Quadrant “AWS has a proven, well-rounded storage portfolio and is highly innovative, agile and responsive to customer needs” “AWS offers storage services in 10 regions (including AWS GovCloud in the U.S.), with more than 50 edge locations worldwide”
  10. 10. AWS Services
  11. 11. ● Compute ● Storage & Content delivery ● Database ● Networking ● Administration & Security ● Deployment and Management ● Analytics ● Application Services ● Mobile Services ● Enterprise Applications
  12. 12. AWS Platform
  13. 13. AWS Platform
  14. 14. AWS Platform
  15. 15. Regions ? An independent collection of AWS resources in a defined geography A solid foundation for meeting location dependant privacy and compliance requirements Availability Zones ? Designed as Independent failure zones Physically separated with a typical metropolitan region Edge Locations ? To deliver content to end users with lower latency Supports global DNS infrastructure (Route 53) and Cloud Front CDN
  16. 16. Regions & Availability Zones
  17. 17. Deployment & Automation
  18. 18. Still Worried ? Initial Cost ? Documentation ? Support ? Advisors ? Rental ? Reliability ? Security ?
  19. 19. Gartner Highlights | Cloud Myths Myth 1: Cloud Is Always About Money While prices are dropping, especially for infrastructure as a service (IaaS), not all cloud service pricing is coming down (for example, most software as a service [SaaS]). Assuming that the cloud always saves money can lead to career-limiting promises. Saving money may end up one of the benefits, but it should not be taken for granted. Myth 6: Cloud Is Less Secure Than On-Premises Capabilities Cloud computing is perceived as less secure. This is more of a trust issue than based on any reasonable analysis of actual security capabilities. To date, there have been very few security breaches in the public cloud — most breaches continue to involve on-premises data center environments. While cloud providers should have to demonstrate their capabilities, once they have done so there is no reason to believe their offerings cannot be secure.
  20. 20. What We Had Single Server running ● IIS (API & Front-end) ● PDF Generating Service ● Image Store ● Database Server Poor Performance Huge Bill
  21. 21. Customer Developer User
  22. 22. Made a Wise Decision
  23. 23. Services We Consume
  24. 24. Architecture ● Automated Backups ● Performance Insanely Increased ● Application health notifications ● Zero downtime deployments ● Auto Scaling ● Upgrade Server Hardware in seconds
  25. 25. Coming Up | Early 2015 ● Code Pipeline ● Code Commit ● More price reductions
  26. 26. Thank You Any Questions ? Contact Me Asanka Nissanka Software Engineer @asankanissanka