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Introduction to Amazon EC2
Running IBM
Featuring
Mike Culver, Technical Evangelist for Amazon Web Services
Melody Ng, Manager,
Data Management Emerging Partnerships & Technologies for IBM
Jason Chan, Linux and Virtualization Lead,
Data Management Emerging Partnerships & Technologies for IBM
Majed Itani, Chief Software Architect for SugarCRM
Webinar — Introduction to
Amazon EC2 Running IBM
Introduc)on
IBM
SugarCRM
Q&A
Q&A
Amazon Has Three Parts
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What You Want…
Develop
Test
Operate
What You Get…
Develop
Test
Undifferen(ated
heavy
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•  Hardware
costs
•  [email protected] Maintenance
•  Load
balancing
•  Scaling
•  U)liza)on
•  Idle
machines
•  Bandwidth
management
•  Server
hos)ng
•  Storage
Management
•  High
availability
Operate
Continuous Process Improvement
Makes it Worse
Develop
Test
Undifferen(ated
heavy
li0ing
•  Hardware
costs
•  [email protected] Maintenance
•  Load
balancing
•  Scaling
•  U)liza)on
•  Idle
machines
•  Bandwidth
management
•  Server
hos)ng
•  Storage
Management
•  High
availability
Operate
The 70/30 Switch
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We Think of the Cloud as a
Set of Building Block Services
  Infrastructure As a Service
 
 
 
 
 
 
Amazon Simple Storage Service
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud
Amazon Simple Queue Service
Amazon SimpleDB
Amazon CloudFront
Amazon Elastic MapReduce
  People As a Service
  Amazon Mechanical Turk
  Payments As a Service
  Amazon Flexible Payments
Service
  Amazon DevPay
  Fulfillment and Associates
  Amazon Fulfillment Web Service
  Amazon Associates Web Service
What is Amazon EC2?
  On-demand virtual computing capacity
  That is essentially unbounded
  Offering full root / administrator access
  Supporting mainstream Enterprise software
  At very affordable prices
  With a SLA
Predictions Cost Money
Infrastructure
Cost $
You just
lost
customers
Large
Capital
Expenditure
Predicted
Demand
Opportunity
Cost
Traditional
Hardware
Actual
Demand
Automated
Virtualization
time
Can You Do This at Home?
Regions & Availability Zones
US
East
Region
Availability
Zone
A
Availability
Zone
B
Availability
Zone
C
EU
West
Region
Availability
Zone
A
Availability
Zone
B
Elastic Block Storage
Is Network-Mountable Drive Capacity
Data Center A
Data Center B
Note: Conceptual diagram only
Actual number of nodes and data center copies may vary
Amazon EC2 running IBM AMIs
Melody Ng ([email protected])
Jason Chan ([email protected])
Data Management Emerging Partnerships and Technologies
IBM Toronto Lab
© 2009 IBM Corporation
Agenda
•  IBM Amazon Machine Images (AMI) Availability Timeline
•  Brief overview of IBM software products available on Amazon
EC2 as AMIs
•  In-depth technology brief of DB2 AMI and online demo
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IBM on AWS Availability Timeline
More to come!
•  Immediate availability of new IBM
Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) at no
charge for development and test
purposes
•  Development and test AMIs
available for:
•  IBM Mashup Center
•  Lotus Forms Turbo
April 30th, 2009
•  Announce upcoming availability of IBM
AMIs for production purposes
•  New licensing guidelines enabling
customers to run their alreadypurchased IBM software on AWS
(Bring Your Own Licenses)
February 11th, 2009
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April 22nd, 2009
•  Availability of IBM AMIs for production
purposes:
•  IBM DB2 for Linux, Unix, Windows (LUW)
•  IBM Informix Dynamic Server (IDS)
•  IBM WebSphere sMash
•  IBM Lotus Web Content Management
Standard Edition
•  IBM WebSphere Portal Server
© 2009 IBM Corporation
IBM SWG Products Available as AMIs
•  IBM DB2 for Linux, Unix, Windows (LUW)
•  IBM Informix Dynamic Server (IDS)
•  IBM WebSphere sMash
•  IBM Lotus Web Content Management Standard
Edition
•  IBM WebSphere Portal Server
AMI
•  IBM Mashup Center
AMI
AMI
AMI
•  Lotus Forms Turbo
EBS
EC2
Instance 2
EC2
Instance 1
EC2
Instance 3
User
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IBM SWG Products Available as AMIs
•  For Development and Testing
More to
•  IBM DB2 Express-C
come
•  IBM IDS Developer Edition
•  IBM WebSphere sMash
•  IBM Lotus Web Content Management Standard Edition
•  IBM WebSphere Portal Server
•  IBM Mashup Center
•  Lotus Forms Turbo
No cost for IBM software. Amazon EC2 usage charges apply:
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Instance Size
Usage charge US
Usage charge EU
Standard Small
$0.10 / hour
$0.11 / hour
Standard Large
$0.40 / hour
$0.44 / hour
Standard Extra-Large
$0.80 / hour
$0.88 / hour
High-CPU Medium
$0.20 / hour
$0.22 / hour
High-CPU Extra-Large
$0.80 / hour
$0.88 / hour
© 2009 IBM Corporation
IBM SWG Products Available as AMIs
•  Development and Testing – More information:
•  http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/downloads/cloud.html
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IBM SWG Products Available as AMIs
•  DB2 and Informix pricing – Production AMIs
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© 2009 IBM Corporation
IBM SWG Products Available as AMIs
•  WebSphere sMash, WebSphere Portal Server, Lotus Web
Content Management – Production AMIs
More to
come
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© 2009 IBM Corporation
IBM SWG Products Available as AMIs
•  For more information:
•  http://aws.amazon.com/ibm
•  http://aws.amazon.com/
solutions/featured-partners/
ibm/
•  Each AMI’s catalog entries
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IBM Innovation Center Workshops
Enabling applications for Software as a Service and
cloud computing
Rapid enablement of existing applications for deployment on
Amazon EC2
•  ½ day seminar
•  Full day hands on workshop
•  SaaS marketplace, IBM programs & resources for
business partners
•  Learn how to quickly develop and deliver SaaS offerings in
the cloud by using the Amazon EC2 environment
•  Three major design approaches for enabling multitenancy
•  Launch a SaaS application on EC2 using WebSphere
sMash and DB2
•  Demonstrate how IBM and AWS can give you a low
cost, scalable, pay-as-you-go development and
deployment environment
(Future workshops planned for other IBM AMIs)
- May 8, 2009 in Dallas, TX
-  May 14, 2009 in Waltham, MA
-May 13, 2009 in Waltham MA
- May 26, 2009 in Brisbane, AU
-  May 28, 2009 in Austin, TX
- June 4, 2009 in San Mateo, CA
- June 2, 2009 in Sydney, AU
- June 10, 2009 in Chicago, IL
- June 3, 2009 in San Mateo CA
- July 9, 2009 in Chicago, IL
- June 10, 2009 in Melbourne, AU
- June 30, 2009 in Chicago, IL
Check for more dates and locations at www.ibm.com/isv/spc/events (Software as a Service)
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Technology found in DB2 AMI
•  Latest versions of DB2 9.5 packaged in AMIs
•  Linux based AMIs
•  Integrated modules for seamless setup and configuration of
AMI
•  SUSE YaST (Yet Another Setup Tool) modules used for:
• 
• 
• 
• 
AWS user setup of private key and certificate file
EBS volume configuration within DB2 AMI
AMI user configuration
DB2 instance setup and configuration
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Amazon EC2 running IBM AMIs
Melody Ng ([email protected])
Jason Chan ([email protected])
Data Management Emerging Partnerships and Technologies
IBM Toronto Lab
© 2009 IBM Corporation
SugarCRM on WebSphere sMash
Majed Itani
Chief Software Architect
©2009 SugarCRM Inc. All rights reserved.
About SugarCRM
World’s leading commercial open source
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) application
  Founded in April 2004
  4,500 Customers in 30 countries
  Over 500,000 users on 60,000 systems
  115,000 Community members
  150 Partners on five continents
5/8/09
©2009 SugarCRM Inc. All rights reserved.
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What is Customer Relationship Management?
CRM is a system for identifying, acquiring, and retaining
customers. Key functional modules include:
Software for managing human relationships
Marketing
Customer
Sales
Collaborate
Sugar
BackOffice
Increases the number of and depth of human
relationships between organizations or
individuals and their customers, partners,
friends, etc...
Service
©2009 SugarCRM Inc. All rights reserved.
SugarCRM and IBM
  Integration with WebSphere sMash
  Customers can run PHP applications utilizing
Java libraries
  Customers can expect superior runtime with
sMash’s JVM tooling
  Customers are provided with simple tooling for
basic integration tasks
  Module Builder on SugarCRM and App Builder on sMash
  Exploit the mashup tooling features to create fully
functional, integrated applications with minimal code
5/8/09
©2009 SugarCRM Inc. All rights reserved.
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Thank You
  Contact Mike Culver at [email protected]
  Visit the AWS website at http://aws.amazon.com
  Visit the Amazon EC2 Running IBM detail page
at http://aws.amazon.com/ibm
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