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  • AWS RE:INVENT RECAP:

    WHAT HAPPENED, WHAT IT MEANS

  • Panelists

    Michael Crandell

    CEO, RightScale

    Josh Fraser,

    Senior Vice President Sales & BD, RightScale

    Brian Adler

    Director Enterprise Architecture, RightScale

    Kim Weins (Moderator)

    VP Marketing, RightScale

  • Universal Cloud Management Platform

    Self-Service Cloud Analytics

    RightScale Cloud Management Platform

    Cloud Management

    Multi-Cloud Orchestration

    2

    Governance

    Public

    Clouds

    Private

    Clouds

    Virtual

    Servers

    Bare Metal

    Servers

  • Show Overview

    The Announcements

    Deep Dives

    Pricing Recap

    Hot Topics

    Your To Do List

    Discussion Topics

    3

  • POLLS

  • Attendees: 32,000*

    Livestream: 50,000

    Sessions: 400+

    Business: $13B run rate, growing at 55% YoY

    New Services/Features announced: 29

    AWS re:Invent By the Numbers

  • C5s, I3s, R4s, new T2 sizes

    Elastic GPUs add on GPU to any instance

    Aurora for PostgreSQL

    AWS Personal Health Dashboard tailored AWS

    health

    Lightsail easy VPS

    Improving the Core Logical Extensions

    AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate managed

    Chef

    Athena SQL to S3

    AWS Batch batch services

    Glue ETL

    EC2 Systems Manager patch/configure

    CodeBuild build/test code

    X-Ray trace requests

    Pinpoint mobile push targeting

    Shield DDoS protection

    Announcements-at-a-Glance: The Expected

  • C# on Lambda

    Lambda@Edge edge devices

    Greengrass IoT devices

    Step Functions workflow

    Snowball Edge Snowball +

    compute

    Serverless Other Stuff

    AI

    Lex Alexa-aaS

    Polly text to speech

    Rekognition image recognition

    Containers

    Blox open source schedulers

    Special case

    F1s FPGA

    Snowmobile Truckload o data

    VMware on AWS Cloud

    Announcements-at-a-Glance: Bleeding Edge

  • Serverless

    Lambda everywhere

    Lots of new Compute options

    But no custom instances

    Yes, of course, well take your data

    Bring more data

    More services, more complexity

    AWS wants you, and they want to lock you in

    Key Themes from AWS Announcement

  • AWS is leading the way, defining the new normal and thats

    a good thing

    Others will follow, providing increasingly competitive offerings

    Azure now always in the mix

    Google breaking away from the remainder of the pack

    The public cloud market is bigger than AWS multi-cloud

    happens

    What it Means for Other Cloud Providers

  • The re:Invent FAQ

    How will you keep up with the pace of innovation?

    When will you support AWS new feature ____?

    RightScale Then

    Core, tightly integrated, building blocks

    ROI provision your application

    RightScale Now

    Extensible platform with comprehensive governance framework

    ROI just connect your cloud(s)

    What it Means for RightScale

  • PlugIns: Connect RightScale to Cloud Services

    13

    Compute Storage Network Database

    Built-In Integration Cloud Service Plug-Ins

    AWS

    Lambda

    AWS

    Batch

    Google

    Container

    Engine

    Azure

    PaaS and more

    Created by

    RightScale

    Customer

    3rd party

    Governance

  • R3.large R4.large

    vCPU 2 2

    Processor Intel Xeon E5-2670

    v2 (Ivy Bridge)

    Intel Xeon E5-2686 v4

    (Broadwell)

    Memory 15.25 15.25

    Disk 1x32 SSD EBS only

    Cost/hr $.166 $.133

    Cost/GiB RAM/hr $.0109 $.0087

    Deep Dive: R4 Instances

    20%

    less

  • FPGA access

    1 to 8 FPGAs

    Each has approx. 2.5 million logic elements.

    Dedicated to instance, isolated in multi-tenant environment

    FPGA AMI with Dev Tools is available

    Speeds up many types of genomics, seismic analysis, financial risk analysis,

    big data search, and encryption algorithms by up to 30 times

    Intel Broadwell E5 2686 v4 processors

    2.3 GHz base speed, 2.7 GHz Turbo mode on all cores, and 3.0 GHz Turbo

    mode on one core

    Up to 976 GiB of memory

    Up to 4 TB of NVMe SSD storage

    Deep Dive: F1 Instances (Developer Preview)

  • Deep Dive: Other New Instances (Soon)

    C5 CPU intensive

    Next generation of C3

    Xeon Skylake Processor

    Advanced floating point support for machine learning, multimedia, scientific, and financial

    operations

    Six sizes up to 72 vCPU, 144 GiB of memory

    I3 I/O intensive

    Next generation of I2

    Low latency SSDs

    3.3 million random IOPS at a 4 KB block size and up to 16 GB/second of disk throughput

    I/O intensive relational & NoSQL databases, transactional, and analytics workloads including ERP

    All stored data will be encrypted at rest

    Six sizes up to to 64 vCPUs, 488 GiB of memory, and 15.2 TB of storage

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skylake_(microarchitecture)

  • Previously only available with G2 or P2 instance types

    Will now be available as an add on option to multiple instance types

    Interaction similar to EBS volumes (create, then attach at boot or start)

    Sizing:

    Initially OpenGL support on Windows. Linux to follow

    May add support for DirectX and/or Vulkan libraries

    Deep Dive: Elastic GPU

    Source: AWS

  • Lambda@Edge serverless functionality at CloudFront

    locations

    Greengrass run Lambda functions on your IoT devices in

    the field

    Snowball Edge run Lambda functions against your data as it

    is uploaded from a Snowball device to S3

    Deep Dive: Serverless

    Step Functions run Lambda functions

    within a distributed application

  • Native, fully managed VMware environment in AWS

    datacenters (VMware Cloud on AWS)

    ESXi 6.5 on bare metal (no Xen/nested virtualization)

    Hourly, on-demand or subscription

    vSphere, vSAN, NSX all supported via same VMware tools

    VMware licenses, discounts, agreements, etc. all apply

    Low-latency connections to all AWS services in same region

    Deep Dive: VMware on AWS

  • Use Cases

    Extension of on-premises environment when capacity is exhausted

    Disaster Recovery

    Migration off/on via vMotion

    Billing for all services through VMware

    Support via VMware

    Pricing not yet announced

    AWS services (i.e. S3, EC2, etc.) will be billed via VMware

    Deep Dive: VMware on AWS

  • Most recent cuts:

    C4, M4, T2s: Reduced 5-10% in US-East, 20-25% in AP

    S3: reduced 16-28% depending on region

    New RIs

    Convertible RIs and Regional Benefit

    Rate of AWS price cuts has slowed

    They now emphasize features

    AWS price cuts are targeted by instances/regions/services

    AWS is not lowest cost usually in middle between Azure and

    Google

    AWS Pricing Recap: Complexity Grows

  • Resource Type

    (us-east, Linux)

    AWS

    Instance

    Azure

    Instance

    Google

    Instance

    AWS

    OD

    Hourly

    Azure

    OD

    Hourly

    Google

    OD

    Hourly

    AWS

    /GB

    RAM

    Azure

    /GB

    RAM

    Google

    /GB

    RAM

    Standard 2 vCPU

    w SSD m3.large D2 v2 n1-standard-2 $0.133 $0.114 $0.212 $0.017 $0.016 $0.028

    Highmem 2 vCPU

    w SSD r3.large D11 v2 n1-highmem-2 $0.166 $0.149 $0.238 $0.011 $0.011 $0.018

    Highcpu 2 vCPU

    w SSD c3.large F2 n1-highcpu-2 $0.105 $0.099 $0.188 $0.028 $0.025 $0.104

    Standard 2 vCPU

    no SSD m4.large D2 v2 n1-standard-2 $0.108 $0.114 $0.100 $0.014 $0.016 $0.013

    Highmem 2 vCPU

    no SSD r4.large D11 v2 n1-highmem-2 $0.133 $0.149 $0.126 $0.009 $0.011 $0.010

    Highcpu 2 vCPU

    no SSD c4.large F2 n1-highcpu-2 $0.105 $0.099 $0.076 $0.027 $0.025 $0.042

    AWS vs. Azure vs. Google On-Demand

    Prices

    Source: RightScale As of Dec 2, 2016

    Lowest Highest

  • AWS + Azure (and Google)

    Security

    New directions: containers & orchestration, serverless

    Cost Management & Optimization

    Governance

    Hot Topics re:Invent Attendee Buzz

  • New AWS features

    New instance types

    AWS Personal Health Dashboard

    Chef Automate (managed Chef)

    Athena SQL to S3

    AWS Shield if using ELB, Route

    53 or Cloud Front

    AWS Batch in Preview (US East)

    Right Now Next 12 Months

    Your container strategy

    Where serverless makes sense

    VMware on AWS (maybe?)

    Things to Consider

  • AWS just got more complex:

    Instance sizes, pricing options, services

    Multi-cloud is a given

    Adoption has already occurred, costs rising fast

    Managing and governing all the above = priority #1

    RightScale addresses these problems

    Any cloud, any service, any server, any container

    Governance from visibility to automated controls

    Immediate ROI just by connecting your clouds

    Core Problems Remain the Same

  • Want to learn more about the RightScale CMP?

    sales@rightscale.com

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