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    [AWS Loft- Istanbul] - Foundations of AWS Global Cloud Infrastructure

    Published: September 21, 2019

    Foundations of AWS Global Cloud Infrastructure Tarih: 19.09.2019 Saat: 15:00 Konusmaci: Halil BAHADIR

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    [AWS Loft- Istanbul] - Foundations of AWS Global Cloud Infrastructure

    • 1. Slide1 AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg
    • 2. Slide2 ‹#› © 2019, Amazon Web Services, Inc. or its affiliates. All rights reserved. AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg Halil BAHADIR Manager, Solutions Architect AWS Turkey Foundations of AWS Global Infrastructure
    • 3. Global Portfolio of Customers in 190 Countries AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg Global Portfolio of Customers in 190 Countries
    • 4. Pace of innovation AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg 516 24 48 61 82 159 280 722 1,017 LAUNCHES 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 1,400+ 2017 Pace of innovation New capabilities daily
    • 5. Virtuous cycle AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg Lower Cost Higher Reliability Scale Better Capacity Virtuous cycle
    • 6. AWS Global Infrastructure Components AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg AWS Global Infrastructure Components
    • 7. Slide213 a o h N. Virginia N. California Ireland Singapore Regional Expansion g First 5 years: 4 regions
    • 8. Slide214 a o h AWS GovCloud West N. Virginia Oregon N. California São Paulo Ireland Frankfurt Singapore Sydney Beijing Tokyo First 5 years: 4 regions Next 5 years: 7 regions Regional Expansion m c g b n s k v
    • 9. Slide215 a e o q t i h p AWS GovCloud West Montreal Ohio N. Virginia Oregon N. California São Paulo Ireland London Frankfurt Paris Mumbai Singapore Sydney Seoul Ningxia Beijing Tokyo Cape Town u Hong Kong Sweden AWS GovCloud East First 5 years: 4 regions 2016–2018: 9 regions and 1 local region Next 5 years: 7 regions Regional Expansion d m c g b n s k v e e Osaka t e d p Milan p Coming soon: 4 regions p Bahrain
    • 10. AWS Region Design AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg AWS Region Design AWS Regions are comprised of multiple AZs for high availability, high scalability, and high fault tolerance. Applications and data are replicated in real time and consistent in the different AZs 10 AWS Availability Zone (AZ) A Region is a physical location in the world where we have multiple Availability Zones. Availability Zones consist of one or more discrete data centers, each with redundant power, networking, and connectivity, housed in separate facilities. AZ AZ AZ AZ Transit Transit Datacenter Datacenter Datacenter AWS Region
    • 11. Availability Zones AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg •Fully isolated infrastructure with one or more datacenters •Meaningful distance of separation •Unique power infrastructure •Many 100Ks of servers at scale •Data centers connected via fully redundant and isolated metro fiber Availability Zones
    • 12. Anatomy of an AWS Region AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg Most with 3+ AZs Some with as many as 6 AZs — Intra-AZ connections Anatomy of an AWS Region Metro Fiber: Intra-AZ Connections
    • 13. Anatomy of an AWS Region AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg — Intra-AZ connections — Inter-AZ connections Anatomy of an AWS Region Metro Fiber: Inter-AZ Connections
    • 14. Anatomy of an AWS Region AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg 2 redundant Transit Centers Highly peered & connected — Intra-AZ connections — Inter-AZ connections — Transit Center connections Redundant transit centers Anatomy of an AWS Region
    • 15. Slide1274 AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg 160 Global
    • 16. Slide1289 AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg Inside an Edge POP Multiple AWS services: AWS Direct Connect Amazon CloudFront (CDN) Amazon Route 53 (DNS) AWS Shield (DDoS Protection) AWS Global network access External internet connectivity
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    • 18. Why have a backbone network? AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg Why have a backbone network? Security Traffic traverses our infrastructure rather than the internet Availability Controlling scaling and redundancy Traffic operates over Amazon-controlled infrastructure Reliable performance Controlling specific paths customer traffic traverses Connecting closer to customers Avoiding internet “hot spots” or sub-optimal external connectivity All commercial Region-to-Region traffic traverses the backbone except China
    • 19. Backbone path additions AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg Backbone path additions Three new cable additions to the AWS Global network: Hawaiki Jupiter Bay to Bay Express
    • 20. AWS Custom Hardware AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg AWS Custom Hardware Load Balancers Custom Software Routers Custom compute servers and semiconductors Silicon
    • 21. Advantages of purpose-build custom servers AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg •Work directly with component manufacturers like memory, HDD, CPU •Design optimized for specific workloads •Hardware and software not burdened with unnecessary features •Highly utilized Advantages of purpose-build custom servers
    • 22. Building an AWS Region AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg Planning Design Construction Building an AWS Region
    • 23. AWS renewable energy commitment AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg •Commitment to 100% renewable energy •Achieved 50% renewable in January 2018 •4.8 MW battery pilot with Tesla •American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) •Advance Energy Buyers Group AWS renewable energy commitment
    • 24. Amazon Wind Farm Indiana – Fowler Ridge AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg 150 MW Amazon Wind Farm Indiana – Fowler Ridge
    • 25. Amazon Wind Farm North Carolina – Desert Wind AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg 208 MW Amazon Wind Farm North Carolina – Desert Wind
    • 26. Amazon solar farms in Virginia AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg 260 MW Amazon solar farms in Virginia
    • 27. Why AWS Global Infrastructure? AWS Pop-up Loft I Johannesburg Why AWS Global Infrastructure? Security Reliability Availability Low Cost Scalability Performance
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