Amazon-Web-Servicesx - Another Stranger Me

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Nov 3, 2013 (3 years and 9 months ago)

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Ivan Pleština

http://www.anotherstrangerme.com


Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)


Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS)


Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)



Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)


Amazon SimpleDB


Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS)



Amazon CloudFront



Amazon CloudWatch

You just lost

customers

Infrastructure

Cost $

time

Large

Capital

Expenditure

Opportunity

Cost

Predicted

Demand

Traditional

Hardware

Actual

Demand

Automated

Virtualization


Unlimited space


Unlimited number of objects


Web service interface


Slow but reliable


Designed to sustain the concurrent loss of
data in two facilities


Objects can be made private or public


0,15$ per GB for first 50TB of data / monthly
storage used


AWS Import/Export


C
reate

storage volumes from 1 GB to 1 TB


Mount on Amazon EC2 instances


Each storage volume is automatically
replicated

within the same Availability Zone


C
reate

point
-
in
-
time snapshots of volumes,
which are persisted to Amazon S3


Instantiate shapshots to create unlimited new
volumes


Elastic, completely controlled


Flexible (Linux, Windows, High
-
CPU, High
-
memory)


Reliable


Amazon SLA 99,95% availability


Secure (Firewall, IPsec VPN,
Overview of
Security Process
)


On
-
Demand, Reserved, Spot instances


Use your own image or reuse pre
-
built public
images


Elastic IP, Elastic Load Balancing



Monitor EC2 instances in real
-
time


Auto Scaling based on CloudWatch metrics


CPU, Disk, Network metrics


Monitor requests count and latency on load
balancers


Full MySQL database


Managed (no need to do backups or patching)


Scalable (up to 68GB RAM, 26 ECUs)


single
API call


Monitor with Amazon CloudWatch



Non
-
relational database (spreadsheet
-
like)


Web service interface


Pay for consumed machine hours



Content Delivery Network (CDN)


Deliver content near users across the world to
achieve lower latency


Delivery setup in only three steps:


Place content in S3


Single API call to create distributions’s domain
name


Setup links on website using that domain name


Use case: streaming media



Amazon
Cost Comparison Calculator


AWS Simple Monthly Calculator


Amazon EC2 Management Console