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Get Started and Migrate Your Data to AWS

Level 100: Get Started and Migrate Your Data to AWS

Millions of customers are leveraging AWS for increased flexibility, scalability, and reliability. This "how-to" webinar will cover the basics of getting started with AWS and migrating your data to AWS. this session will also cover core AWS services, such as Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3, and provide demonstrations of how to set up and utilize those services to launch virtual machines in the cloud, backup and restore data. This session will also cover the storage options available today to upload/move your data to AWS.
Reasons to attend:

Learn how to create an AWS account and access its free services, to create and run a virtual machine in the cloud
Understand how to create backup and restore an Amazon EC2 instance
Store and share files online with Amazon S3
Learn how to manage costs and set up billing alerts
Leverage the different storage options to migrate your data

Level 100: Get Started and Migrate Your Data to AWS

Millions of customers are leveraging AWS for increased flexibility, scalability, and reliability. This "how-to" webinar will cover the basics of getting started with AWS and migrating your data to AWS. this session will also cover core AWS services, such as Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3, and provide demonstrations of how to set up and utilize those services to launch virtual machines in the cloud, backup and restore data. This session will also cover the storage options available today to upload/move your data to AWS.
Reasons to attend:

Learn how to create an AWS account and access its free services, to create and run a virtual machine in the cloud
Understand how to create backup and restore an Amazon EC2 instance
Store and share files online with Amazon S3
Learn how to manage costs and set up billing alerts
Leverage the different storage options to migrate your data

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Get Started and Migrate Your Data to AWS

  1. 1. © 2016, Amazon Web Services, Inc. or its Affiliates. All rights reserved. Markku Lepistö Principal Technology Evangelist, APAC Getting Started with AWS
  2. 2. What we’ll cover today  Creating an AWS account  Creating an IAM user and enabling MFA  Launching and connecting to EC2 instances  Backing up and restoring EC2 instances  Using S3 to store and serve files  Visualizing AWS costs and setting billing alerts  Migrating data to AWS
  3. 3. Characteristics of Cloud Computing? On-Demand delivery… …of IT resources via the Internet… …with pay-as-you-go pricing
  4. 4. The AWS Free Tier  Includes most AWS services  Available for all new accounts  Good for one year from the day the account is created  Everything we show today can be done within the free tier  For more details: http://aws.amazon.com/free/
  5. 5. Signing up for an AWS account  Sign up through https://aws.amazon.com  You will need a credit card  There will be a telephone verification
  6. 6. Demo: Signing up for AWS
  7. 7. First Steps: Creating IAM Users  Using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), you can create and manage AWS users and groups.  You can control what resources each user has access to within an AWS account.
  8. 8. First Steps: Enabling MFA  AWS allows you to require multi- factor authentication for your users through physical or software- based single use login tokens. This protects against stolen passwords and key loggers.  Enable this on IAM users and the root account
  9. 9. Demo: Creating an IAM user and enabling MFA
  10. 10. Amazon EC2 – Creating an SSH key pair  SSH stands for Secure Shell  SSH keys are used for secured access to EC2 instances  SSH keys avoid password weaknesses  You can import your own key or have AWS generate a key pair for you.  AWS does not store the private part of the key pair
  11. 11. Demo: Creating an SSH key pair for Amazon EC2
  12. 12. Amazon EC2 – Creating a Security Group  Security Groups are firewalls for your instances  By default, they block all traffic  You can choose what protocols and ports to open  You can use port ranges (e.g. 22-24)  You can choose who the ports are open to  Create rules with CIDR notation for groups of IP addresses (/32 is a single IP)  Create rules that specify Security Groups for other EC2 Instances
  13. 13. Demo: Creating a Security Group in Amazon EC2
  14. 14. Amazon EC2 – Launching an Instance  Instances are virtual machines running in the cloud  You have full control of the instance and can install any software that you choose  You can choose the instance type and size to get different amounts of memory, CPU, disk, etc.  You will need your Key Pair and a Security Group to launch the instance into
  15. 15. Demo: Launching and connecting to EC2 Instances
  16. 16. Amazon EBS – Storage for EC2 Instances  Amazon Elastic Block Store is persistent block storage for EC2 instances  As small as 1GB and as large as 16TB  Available in several different types  Create snapshots of EBS volumes in S3 to create backups
  17. 17. Amazon EBS – Volume Types General Purpose SSD (gp2) Provisioned IOPS SSD (io1) Throughput Optimized HDD (st1) Cold HDD (sc1)
  18. 18. Amazon EBS – Volume Types General Purpose SSD (gp2) Provisioned IOPS SSD (io1) Cold HDD (sc1)Throughput Optimized HDD (st1)
  19. 19. Demo: Creating EBS Volumes, Snapshots, and AMIs
  20. 20. Amazon S3  S3 is Amazon’s Simple Storage Service  Store and retrieve almost any amount of data: 1 byte to 5 terabytes per object  Highly scalable and durable  Encryption available  Objects exist in the AWS region you choose  Object level permissions  Easily accessible
  21. 21. Demo: Storing and Serving Objects with S3
  22. 22. Billing and Cost Management  There are several features to help you monitor costs and visualize your AWS spend:  Cost Explorer  Alerts on Spending Limits  Detailed Billing Reports  Consolidated Billing
  23. 23. Demo: Exploring Billing and Cost Management
  24. 24. Storage is the Gravity for Cloud Applications
  25. 25. Amazon EFS File Amazon EBS Amazon EC2 Instance Store Block Amazon S3 Amazon Glacier Object Data Transfer AWS Direct Connect ISV Connectors Amazon Kinesis Firehose Storage Gateway S3 Transfer Acceleration AWS Storage is a Platform AWS Snowball Amazon CloudFront Internet/VPN
  26. 26. Internet / VPN Ingest
  27. 27. What is Internet/VPN… Globally Available Default method of ingesting content into Amazon S3 Simple standards based (HTTP) connection Use your existing internet connection Available within a VPC for VPN connectivity Acceleration via Multipart Upload Data Transfer Into AWS is free VPN Connections using VPC Virtual Private Gateway •$0.05 per VPN Connection-hour •$0.048 per VPN Connection-hour for connections to the Tokyo region
  28. 28. How does Internet / VPN ingest work? Accelerate Data Transfer using Multipart Upload Ingest Data Directly Into S3 Buckets with existing internet connectivity S3 Bucket AWS Region and Via Management Console or API customer gateway endpoints VPN connection Internet Internet via VPN + VPC
  29. 29. Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration
  30. 30. What is Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration… Network and Protocol Based Data Transfer Service Acceleration of Data Ingress / Egress with S3 Buckets Typically 50% to 400% faster Feature of S3 Enabled at the Bucket Level Available at All S3 Regions Worldwide No Client / Server Software Required No Code Changes to Your Application No Firewall Exceptions Simple Pricing Model
  31. 31. Ingest & Egress with S3 transfer acceleration S3 Bucket AWS Edge Location Uploader Optimized Throughput! Uses AWS 55 global edge locations AWS determines best edge location Data transfer optimized between edge and customer, and edge and S3 Data is not stored on the edge cache
  32. 32. Using the Service is as easy as 1, 2, 3… Update Application to Point to new S3 URL • Update“bucket.s3.amazonaws.com” to “<bucket-name>.s3-accelerate.amazonaws.com” • Original bucket location and contents are the same, only namespace changes Or Use Permissions via API s3:PutAccelerateConfiguration Enable the Service in the Management Console Start Uploading Data to Amazon S3 1 2 3
  33. 33. How fast is S3 transfer acceleration? Rio De Janeiro Warsaw New York Atlanta Madrid Virginia Melbourne Paris Los Angeles Seattle Tokyo Singapore Time[hrs] 500 GB upload from these edge locations to a bucket in Singapore Public InternetS3 Transfer Acceleration
  34. 34. Amazon CloudFront
  35. 35. Global Content Delivery Network 55 Edge Locations Worldwide Supports Ingest via PUT/POST methods Works with S3 Multi-part upload Supports SSL SNI and TLS connections Integrated with ACM and AWS WAF for additional security Proxy ingest to S3, EC2 and even your own origins Tiered and Custom Pricing Models What is Amazon CloudFront…
  36. 36. Using CloudFront to Ingest Data into AWS AWS Region Customer Client HTTP/S PUT/POST “upload_files.zip” Amazon EC2 S3 Bucket ELB Custom Origin CloudFront Edge Location Ingest content into S3, EC2, ELB or your own custom origin with Amazon CloudFront Use cache behaviors to direct to the correct origin based on PATH pattern matching Restrict Access via Geo Restriction or AWS WAF Web ACL
  37. 37. AWS Direct Connect
  38. 38. Dedicated, 1 or 10 GE private pipes into AWS Create private (VPC) or public virtual interfaces to AWS Reduced data-out rates (data-in still free) Consistent network performance At least 1 location to each AWS region Option for redundant connections Uses BGP to exchange routing information over a VLAN What is AWS Direct Connect…
  39. 39. At the Direct Connect Location CORP AWS Direct Connect Routers Custo mer Router Colocat ion DX Location Customer Network ` AWS Backbone Network Cross Connect Customer Router Customers Network Demarcation
  40. 40. Dedicated Port via Direct Connect Partner AWS Direct Connect Routers Colocat ion DX Location Partner Network AWS Backbone Network Cross Connect Customer Router Partner Network Access Circuit Demarcation Partner Equipment CORP
  41. 41. Amazon Kinesis
  42. 42. Amazon Kinesis Platform Amazon Kinesis streaming data on the AWS cloud • Amazon Kinesis Streams • Amazon Kinesis Firehose • Amazon Kinesis Analytics
  43. 43. Amazon Kinesis Firehose Load massive volumes of streaming data into Amazon S3 and Amazon Redshift Zero administration: Capture and deliver streaming data into S3, Redshift, and other destinations without writing an application or managing infrastructure. Direct-to-data store integration: Batch, compress, and encrypt streaming data for delivery into data destinations in as little as 60 secs using simple configurations. Seamless elasticity: Seamlessly scales to match data throughput w/o intervention Capture and submit streaming data to Firehose Firehose loads streaming data continuously into S3 and Redshift Analyze streaming data using your favorite BI tools
  44. 44. AWS Storage Gateway
  45. 45. What is AWS Storage Gateway? Works with your existing applications Secure and durable storage in AWS Low-latency for frequently used data Scalable and cost-effective on-premises storage - $125 per gateway per month + S3/Glacier storage fees Service connecting an on-premises software appliance with cloud-based storage
  46. 46. How does AWS Storage Gateway work? Amazon EBS snapshots Amazon S3 Amazon Glacier AWS Storage Gateway appliance Application server AWS Storage Gateway backend Customer premises S3 Transfer Acceleration AWS Direct Connect Internet
  47. 47. AWS Storage Gateway configurations iSCSI block storage Gateway-stored volumes iSCSI virtual tape storage Low-latency for all your data with point-in-time backups to AWS Replacement for on-premises physical tape infrastructure for backup and archive Gateway-cached volumes Gateway-virtual tape library (VTL) Low-latency for frequently used data with all data stored in AWS
  48. 48. AWS Technology Partnerships
  49. 49. Amazon Storage Partner Ecosystem Gateway/NAS Data Management Sync and ShareBackup/DR Content and Acceleration Archive File System
  50. 50. Thank you!

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