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Creating SaaS Startups that Rock: Scaling to Millions of Users

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Do you often tell your potential customer or investor things like “This is a PoC”, “It only works on a single host”, “We need time to install on another server”, “We need to redesign the code to handle ten thousand users” ?

You need to have solid answers to how your platform scales on growing demand if you aim for Silicon Valley.

In the first part of this seminar, we’ll focus on non-technical stakeholders like CEO and CMO co-founders, and we’ll have an overview of designing enterprise grade B2B, B2C or B2G Software as a Service (SaaS) platforms using cloud technologies. What are the best practices to scalable, highly available and reliable SaaS platforms and the store front, customer support channels? Why is an on-demand, elastic IT infrastructure setup necessary? What do scalability and automation have to do with the OPEX and the Business Case?

In the second part of this seminar, we’ll go into technical details for CTO co-founders and give examples for realizing platforms that scale from 1 to 1M User on cloud. You’ll also have an understanding of the products and services needed to realize this. You’ll also have an understanding of the products and services needed to realize this from Amazon (AWS) Cloud: Shopify (e-shop), Zendesk (Customer Support), AWS API Gateway, Lambda (Serverless Computing), EC2 (Virtual servers), ASG (Auto Scaling), SNS (Notification Service), CloudWatch (Fault and Performance Monitoring & Centralized Logging), CloudTrail (Compliance), CloudFormation (Infrastructure Automation).

Note: This session was presented in ITU Cekirdek, http://www.itucekirdek.com/en The University Startup Ecosystem in Istanbul, on December 13th 2016.

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Creating SaaS Startups that Rock: Scaling to Millions of Users

  1. 1. Creating the SaaS Startups that Scale to Millions of UsersCreating the SaaS Startups that Scale to Millions of Users Hasan Basri AKIRMAK Mentor at ITU Seed, Cloud Evangelist at Ericsson https://tr.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak
  2. 2. This session was presented in ITU Cekirdek, http://www.itucekirdek.com/en The University Startup Ecosystem in Istanbul, on December 13th 2016.
  3. 3. Do you often tell your potential customer or investor things like “This is a PoC”, “It only works on a single host”, “We need time to install on another server”, “We need to redesign the code to handle ten thousand users” ? You need to have solid answers to how your platform scales on growing demand if you aim for Silicon Valley. In the first part of this seminar, we’ll focus on non-technical stakeholders like CEO and CMO co-founders, and we’ll have an overview of designing enterprise grade B2B, B2C or B2G Software as a Service (SaaS) platforms using cloud technologies. What are the best practices to scalable, highly available and reliable SaaS platforms and the store front, customer support channels? Why is an on-demand, elastic IT infrastructure setup necessary? What do scalability and automation have to do with the OPEX and the Business Case? In the second part of this seminar, we’ll go into technical details for CTO co- founders and give examples for realizing platforms that scale from 1 to 1M User on cloud. You’ll also have an understanding of the products and services needed to realize this. You’ll also have an understanding of the products and services needed to realize this from Amazon (AWS) Cloud: Shopify (e-shop), Zendesk (Customer Support), AWS API Gateway, Lambda (Serverless Computing), EC2 (Virtual servers), ASG (Auto Scaling), SNS (Notification Service), CloudWatch (Fault and Performance Monitoring & Centralized Logging), CloudTrail (Compliance), CloudFormation (Infrastructure Automation). Motivation
  4. 4. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 4 What to expect from this session › Part 1 –“Ticket to Haydarpasa or Silicon Valley” – Google Ventures Engineering Team –“I’m gonna beat u Zuckerberg” – Industrialized Production –“From Illusionist to Magician” – The B2B Perspective –“From Black Friday to Godzilla” – Defining Business Performance –“The Business Case for SaaS” – OPEX, CAC, Outsourcing › Part 2 –“Building Infrastructure at Scale” – Well Architected Framework –“Running it” – Tracking Performance with KPIs –“Time vs. Space Tradeoff” – Compute, Storage, Data and Apps: The New Normal –“Putting Pieces Together” – Scalable SaaS Platform on AWS
  5. 5. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 5 The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer, AWS or any other trademarks/companies mentioned herein. DISCLAIMER Creative Commons License Licensees may copy, distribute, display and perform the work and make derivative works and remixes based on it only if they give the author or licensor the credits (attribution). LICENSE
  6. 6. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 6
  7. 7. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 7
  8. 8. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 8 › Engineering › “When a startup begins to take off, the technical requirements for data, computing, and networking skyrocket. At GV, we’ve built a team that lives for these challenges. They’re a group of experts with a track record of working at massive scale, and they love to help.” › — Graham Spencer › General Partner at GV Why this session? Source: Google Ventures
  9. 9. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 9 “Adidas’s pilot factory in Ansbach is an example of how robots are revolutionising manufacturing.” [Financial Times] You need to be on the right to beat Silicon Valley.
  10. 10. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 10 In Software Context › Single developer vs. Mass production › Small Workshop vs. Factories – Standardize HW, SW and Operations for Innovation – Automate (No human interaction) for OPEX Industrial Production
  11. 11. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 11 › “You can sell products to B2C using emotional levers (games, fashion, etc.) but, in B2B, getting customers excited will not get you a check.” › “B2C consumers are accustomed to ‘what you see is what you get.’ They can choose to use it or not. Businesses have higher expectations (security, customization, integration, performance, etc.)* Source: Lean B2B: Build Products Businesses Want, Garbugli, Étienne. Image: IMDB B2B also has higher expectations
  12. 12. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 13
  13. 13. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 14 › Revenue Drivers – Consider upfront payments – Contract Length & discounts – Monthly Recurring Revenues – Churn effect › CAC – Cost of Acquiring Customer – Digital marketing to help you › LTV – Customer’s Life Time Value – Retaining the subscriber – Add-on sales (new features, or increase consumption) SaaS Business Case – Revenues Source: http://www.forentrepreneurs.com/saas-sales-compensation-plan/
  14. 14. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 15 › Revenue Drivers – Consider upfront payments – Contract Length & discounts – Monthly Recurring Revenues – Churn effect › CAC – Cost of Acquiring Customer – Digital marketing to help you › LTV – Customer’s Life Time Value – Retaining the subscriber – Add-on sales (new features, or increase consumption) SaaS Business Case – Revenues Source: http://www.forentrepreneurs.com/saas-sales-compensation-plan/
  15. 15. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 16 SaaS Business Case – Costs › COGS – IT infrastructure components › CAPEX: Acquisition Costs - Server, Storage, Networking - SW Development: Reliability, Availability, Security – OPEX: Operation Costs – Support Costs › 1st line: Web, mail or Call Center › 2nd line: Software Development Team › 3rd line: 3PP (AWS, Shopify, …) › Risk Mitigation Costs – How much Data can we afford to lose? – How much downtime can we accept? Diagram Source: AWS
  16. 16. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 17 SaaS Business Case – Costs › COGS – IT infrastructure components › CAPEX: Acquisition Costs - Server, Storage, Networking - SW Development: Reliability, Availability, Security – OPEX: Operation Costs – Support Costs › 1st line: Web, mail or Call Center › 2nd line: Software Development Team › 3rd line: 3PP (AWS, Shopify, …) › Risk Mitigation Costs – How much Data can we afford to lose? – How much downtime can we accept? Diagram Source: AWS
  17. 17. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 18 › Make sure customers are happy after purchase so they will remain long term customers. › Book as much New Recurring Revenue as possible. › Collect as much Cash Upfront as possible. (Particularly important in the startup phase) › Sign Longer Term Contracts (e.g. annual terms vs. monthly, multi-year vs. annual) › Drive expansion revenue with existing customers to have a revenue retention rate of greater than 100%, even when you lose some customers due to churn. ( “Negative churn”) Source: http://www.forentrepreneurs.com/saas-sales-compensation-plan/ What are the Key business objectives for a SaaS business?
  18. 18. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 19 Identify which one is more profitable: Adding New Users vs. Stimulating Consumption?
  19. 19. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 20 For Small Contract size, use Internet as Primary Mode of Distribution Source: http://www.forentrepreneurs.com/
  20. 20. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 21 › Compare your current on-premises environment to your FUTURE STATE, RE- ARCHITECTED cloud environment. NOT a replica of what exists today. Cloud is more than a technology Business Agility › Rapid experimentation. › Faster app development › Faster business decisions Source: AWS ReInvent 2016 Workforce Productivity › Self service culture › Increased automation › Attracting & retaining talent Operational Resilience › Improved Service Performance › Less Downtime › Less bugs Other (In)tangible Benefits you can qualify
  21. 21. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 22 Technologies that are difficult to implement can become easier to consume by pushing that knowledge and complexity into the cloud vendor's domain. For example, NoSQL databases, media transcoding, and machine learning are all technologies that require expertise that is not evenly dispersed across the technical community. In the cloud, these technologies become services that your team can consume while focusing on product development rather than resource provisioning and management. Cloud Democratizes Advanced Technologies
  22. 22. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 23 Virtualization is NOT cloud
  23. 23. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 24 › Migration (especially with redesign is complex and costly) Never say “We move to cloud later!” Source: AWS Cloud Adoption Framework
  24. 24. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 25 Time is Money. Performance Matters
  25. 25. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 26 Understanding End to End Performance
  26. 26. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 27 Godzilla will visit you one day Image: IMDB
  27. 27. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 28 Acceptable Downtime and Loss of Data for your Business Identify where your startup should be
  28. 28. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 29 › Backup Requirements for each workload › HA (High Availability) requirements for each workload › Scalability requirements for each workload › DR (Disaster Recovery) Requirements for each workload Performance Requirements: A Nice to Have?
  29. 29. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 30 How do we match with demand, adding/removing resources when needed? “Righscaling”. Time-based, event-driven approaches The big question
  30. 30. Part 2 Creating a software system is a lot like constructing a building. If the foundation is not solid there might be structural problems that undermine the integrity and function of the building. When architecting technology solutions, do not neglect the four pillars of security, reliability, performance efficiency, and cost optimization.
  31. 31. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 32 Fallacies of Software Engineering ›Servers don’t fail ›Disks don’t fail ›Networks don’t fail In the cloud, test how your system fails, and validate your recovery procedures.
  32. 32. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 33 SaaS Architecture – Apps vs Ops View Data Partitioning Tenant Isolation Identity Profiling&Analytics Management&Monitoring Metering,Billing&Tenant Administration Operational View AppView Technical and Business Agility
  33. 33. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 34 Understanding Multi-tenancy Silo Pool vs. › Silo Model › Pros – Tenant specific tuning – Tenant level availability › Cons – Cost – Management Complexity – Deployment Challenges – Analytics aggregation › Pool Model › Pros – Centralized management – Cost optimization › Cons – Cross-tenant impacts – Compliance challenges – All or nothing available
  34. 34. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 35 TENANT ID ITEM ID T1 230 t2 3434 Data partitioning Tenant 1 Tenant 2 Schema Schema Separate DB for each tenant Single DB, multiple schemas Common DB, single schema
  35. 35. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 36 › Actively track KPIs – Resource Level: CPU load, memory usage, network traffic – Business level: Response times, RTO and RPO, Costs … › Use Automation: Logging in and checking the CPU manually is not scalable! › Implement self healing – Example Monitoring: Send an alarm when cache is 80% – Example Action: Purge cache automatically when 90% – Example Monitoring: Sense list of IP’s generating unsuccessful SSH attempts. – Example Action: Block those IP’s by adding them to firewall blacklist rules automatically › Learn to implement your “Infrastructure as Code” Managing your infrastructure at scale How do you monitor your instances post launch to ensure they are performing as expected? Amazon CloudWatch AWS CloudFormation Amazon Elasticsearch Service
  36. 36. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 37 Performance Efficiency in the cloud is composed of four areas: 1 Compute 2. Storage 3. Database 4. Space-time trade-off
  37. 37. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 38 › Share info › Extract insight › Recognize patterns › Track performance › Ultimately make better business, technical and operational decisions. What Can You Do with all this Data? Generation Collection & Storage Analytics & computation Collaboration & Sharing
  38. 38. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 39 COMPUTE Manage Storage & Compute Resources Separately in Cloud STORAGE
  39. 39. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 40 Don’t do a Monolithic DB + Search Tier RDBMS DB & Search Tier Apps
  40. 40. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 41 Types of Data › Transactional – DB reads & writes (OLTP__ – Cache › Search – Logs – Streams › File – Log files › Stream – Clickstream, Sensors, IoT data Big Data Architectural Principles & Understanding Types of Data
  41. 41. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 42 Use the right tool for the job. There are multiple services for DB & Analytics in AWS
  42. 42. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 43 Data Structure and Access Patterns ACCESS PATTERNS WHAT TO USE in AWS? Joins, Transaction, SQL SQL: RDS Put/Get (Key/Value) Cache: ElastiCache (Memcached, Redis) NoSQL: DynamoDB Simple Relationships, No Transaction, Joins NoSQL: DynamoDB Search Search: ElasticSearch DATA STRUCTURES WHAT TO USE in AWS? Fixed Schema SQL: RDS NoSQL: DynamoDB Schema Free (JSON) NoSQL: DynamoDB Search: ElasticSearch Key Value Cache: ElastiCache (Memcached, Redis) NoSQL: DynamoDB
  43. 43. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 44 Use the Right Tool for the Job DB & Search Tier Apps Cache MemCached, Redis NoSQL Cassandra, DynamoDB Hbase, MongoDB SQL MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server, Postgres Search ElasticSearch, CloudSearch
  44. 44. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 45 “Data Lake” Architecture & AWS Services API & UI Amazon API Gateway AWS Elastic Beanstalk Amazon S3 Amazon Glacier Amazon Kinesis AWS Lambda Amazon CloudSearch Amazon DynamoDB AWS Elastic Beanstalk AWS IAM AWS STS (alternate) AWS KMS encrypted data Users Storage & Streams Catalogue & Search Entitlements
  45. 45. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 46 The optimal storage solution for a particular system will vary based on the: › Kind of access method Block, file, or object › Patterns of access Random or sequential › Throughput required IOPS, SSD vs. HDD › Frequency of access Online, offline, archival › Frequency of update WORM, dynamic › Availability and durability constraints 99 vs. 99.9…9% and more Understand Storage Parameters
  46. 46. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 47 › Use Stateless Design: Support 12-factor stateless apps: 12factor.net › As Deployment Unit: Use Docker container images Modern Software Design Goals
  47. 47. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 48 Putting Pieces Together A Scalable SaaS Platform Implementation AWS API (order fulfilment triggered by e-commerce platform) AWS CloudFormation Infrastructure as Code AWS Lambda Send login and web address information to customer per email using SES AWS CloudWatch Infra & Application layer Fault & Performance Monitoring AWS CloudTrail Compliance reporting (Log of all requests to AWS account and API) AWS Config Resource Configuration Management keeping track of versions of every resource AWS DynamoDB Metadata repository (file name, size…) AWS S3 Storage with 99.999999999% durability Tenant isolation by buckets AWS SNS Email notifications to Operations Team about alarms AWS EC2 Compute service for Open Source Sync Sw Single tenant for tenant isolation AWS EBS NAS Storage service, for EC2 cache AWS ASG Replaces EC2 in case of sys or health check errors AWS Route 53 DNS Service Shopify.com SaaS E-Commerce Platform as sales channel Zendesk.com SaaS Customer Support Channel : A Marketplace for Partner Products, Solutions or SaaS running on AWS AWS IAM MFA & Cross Account Access to Confounders Bitnami.com 3PP Baseline AMIAWS CloudFront CDN for Joomla Microsite
  48. 48. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 49 SaaS Fueled by Digital Marketing
  49. 49. ReferencesThe Best Practices explained here and used in the scalable SaaS platform implementation are based on several advanced AWS Seminars and whitepapers. AWS ReInvent 2015 Sessions available on YouTube 1. DVO315 Log Monitor Events with AWS CloudWatch, Lambda and Dashboards. Link 2. BDT317 Building a Data Lake on AWS. Link 3. WEB401 Optimizing your Web Server on AWS. Link 4. SEC313 Security by Design. Link 5. DEV203 AWS API Gateway and Lambda. Link 6. DVO303 Scaling Infrastructure Operations AWS Config and AWS CloudTrail. Link 7. ISM402 Cost Optimization at Scale. Link 8. ARC302 Running Lean Architectures: Optimizing for Cost Efficiency. Link AWS ReInvent 2016 Sessions (Not available on YouTube yet) 1. ARC301 Architecting Next Generation SaaS 2. ENT308 Building a Solid Business Case for Cloud Migration APN (AWS Partner Network) Webcasts (You need to be an AWS Partner to access this content) 1. SaaS Architecture () 2. Amazon EC2 Masterclass Webcast AWS Whitepapers 1. AWS Well Architected Framework. Link 2. Managing Infrastructure at Scale. Link
  50. 50. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 51 ›Lessons Learned from Creating a B2B Cloud SaaS Startup in 90 Days: From Ideation to Launch ›Designing an End to End Security Architecture in Cloud ›20 AWS Services in 120 Minutes FOR MORE INFO ABOUT LEARNINGS & OUTCOMES, JOIN THE UPCOMING SEMINARS:
  51. 51. İTÜ Çekirdek - Creating Startups that Rock | Creative Commons CC0 - Attribution License | https://www.linkedin.com/in/hasanbasriakirmak | 2016-12-13 | Page 52 If you found this session useful, please “endorse” me in LinkedIn for areas like: Business Development, Business Planning, Go-To-Market Strategy, Consulting, Product Management, Product Strategy, Cloud Computing, Entrepreneurship. THANK YOU Hasan Basri AKIRMAK Differentiate in Information Technology

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