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Introduction to

Amazon Web Services (AWS)


and Cloud Computing

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Amazon History

2014:
2005: Amazon
1994: Jeff Bezos Amazon 2007: 2012: Amazon Prime
Incorporated the Publishing Kindle Game Studios Now
Company Launched Launched Launched Launched

1995: 2006: 2011: 2013: 2015:


Amazon.com Amazon Amazon Amazon Amazon
Launched Web Fresh Art Home
Online Services Launched Launched Services &
Bookstore (AWS) Amazon
Launched Echo
Launched

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What is cloud computing?

Cloud computing is on-demand delivery of IT resources and


applications via the Internet with pay-as-you-go pricing.

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Measured Service

Pay for services as you go.

Electrical services
analogy
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Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Enable businesses and developers to
use web services to build scalable,
sophisticated applications.
Storage
Development and
Management Tools
Analytics Content Delivery
Messaging Compute
App Services
Database Payments
Mobile
Networking
On-Demand Workforce
VPC

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AWS Core Infrastructure and Services
Traditional Infrastructure Amazon Web Services
Security Security
Security
Firewalls ACLs Administrators Security Groups NACLs AWS IAM
Security Groups NACLs Access Mgmt

Network Networking Network


Public VPC
Router Network Pipeline Switch ELB

Provision EC2 Classic VPC
VPC
ELB
On-Demand
Servers
On-Premises Servers AMI Amazon EC2 Instances

Storage
DAS SAN NAS RDBMS and
Amazon Amazon Amazon Amazon
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AWS Technical Essentials 3.8 ILT Database EBS EFS S3 RDS 8
Six Advantages & Benefits of AWS Cloud Computing

Trade capital expense Increase speed and


for variable expense. agility.

Benefit from massive Stop spending money on


economies of scale. running and maintaining
data centers.

Stop guessing Go global in minutes.


capacity.

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AWS GovCloud AWS Import/Export Snowball Amazon Cognito
AWS Storage Gateway
AWS OpsWorks
AWS CodeDeploy Amazon Amazon Config Amazon CloudTrail
AWS CodeCommit
Amazon EC2 ElastiCache
Amazon Elasticsearch Service
Amazon SES
Amazon Kinesis AWS Elastic Beanstalk
AWS Elastic Transcoder
Container Service Amazon S3
Amazon EC2 Container
Amazon WorkMail
Registry
Trusted Advisor
AWS CodePipeline
Amazon EFS

1,950
Amazon Route 53
Amazon Redshift
AWS IAM
AWS Lambda
AWS
CloudFormation
Amazon
AppStream
AWS Device Farm
Amazon Dynamo DB
Amazon QuickSight Services and Features AWS Amazon RDS
AWS Data Directory for Aurora
Pipeline Service
AWS Web App Firewall
AWS Mobile Hub
Amazon SNS
Amazon SWF
Amazon API RDS for MariaDB
Amazon WorkSpaces AWS KMS Amazon CloudWatch Logs Amazon
Gateway
Amazon CloudSearch Amazon Machine Amazon WorkDocs AWS IoT Mobile
AWS Direct Analytics
* As of 1 February 2016 Glacier Learning Connect Amazon Inspector AWS Service Catalog

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On-Demand Self Services & Broad Network Access

User provisions computing resources as needed.


User interacts with cloud service provider through an online
control panel.
Clear solutions are available through a variety of network-
connected devices and over varying platforms.

client mobile client Internet

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AWS Global Infrastructure

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AWS Global Infrastructure

Regions
Geographic locations
Consists of at least two Availability Zones(AZs)

Availability Zones
Clusters of data centers
Isolated from failures in other Availability Zones

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Achieving High Availability Using Multi-AZ

Region

Availability
Zone - A
Availability
Zone - B

Availability
Zone - C

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AWS Global Infrastructure

At least 2 AZs per region.


Examples:
US East (N. Virginia) Asia Pacific (Tokyo)
us-east-1a ap-northeast-1a
us-east-1b ap-northeast-1b
US East (VA) Asia Pacific
us-east-1c ap-northeast-1c (Tokyo)

us-east-1d AZ - A AZ - B
AZ - A AZ - B
us-east-1e AZ - C AZ - D
AZ - C

AZ - E

Note: Conceptual drawing only. The number of Availability Zones (AZ) may vary.

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AWS Customers

Enterprise Customers Startup Customers Public Sector Customers

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