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Testing, deployment, and operations in the cloud
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You may ask, what is the final cost Let s assume that each server costs $1,500 and the load-balancers cost $750 each. Each environment s cost is outlined in table 7.1.
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Table 7.1 The capital expenditure budget calculations for the systems needed to support a production web service including production, staging, and testing versions of the service Production Web servers: 4 @ $1,500 Database servers: 2 @ $1,500 File server: 1 @ $1,500 Load balancer: 1 @ $750 Staging Web servers: 2 @ $1,500 Database servers: 2 @ $1,500 File server: 1 @ $1,500 Load balancer: 1 @ $750 Testing Web server: 1 @ $1,500 Database server: 1 @ $1,500 Total $11,250 $6,000 $3,000 $1,500 $750 $8,250 $3,000 $3,000 $1,500 $750 $3,000 $1,500 $1,500 $22,500
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The total of all systems is $22,500. And yet half of it is for staging and testing environments that are almost certain to spend long periods of time sitting idle. Even the production hardware isn t likely to be 100 percent utilized all the time. Let s explore how the cloud can not only cut down these costs but even make testing faster and operations better prepared to scale.
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If you ve ever worked in a development or operations team, the architecture and purchasing decisions we walked through in section 7.1 are likely familiar. The cloud or, more generally, virtualization is changing how people go through the previous exercise. Although it certainly saves money, it s also making businesses more efficient at testing and more prepared to scale with customer demand. Let s look at some of the ways the cloud can help your company.
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The most commonly cited reason for moving to cloud computing is its ability to achieve internet scale. For example, if your hypothetical web application suddenly needed to
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scale to 100,000 users (10X growth) because the site was mentioned on Oprah, the traditional deployment model we went through earlier wouldn t work. There s no way to acquire another 36 web servers and some number of database servers on demand. Although this scalability argument is one of the best for moving deployments and operations to public or private clouds, there are many good reasons to consider the cloud even if your applications will never get surges of traffic such as this.
ELASTIC BANDWIDTH
Whether you re building your own data center or renting space from an Internet Service Provider (ISP), you have to pay for bandwidth. Bandwidth is almost always metered, usually by a combination of total bytes transferred per month and peak throughput in terms of megabits per second. If you have your own data center, your data throughput may be limited by the size and type of network connection coming into your data center, possibly limiting the speed at which you can deliver content to your users. Either way, it s often impossible or at least costly to quickly surge up to extreme levels of network throughput. Yet in a cloud model, you get the benefit of pooling resources to have much larger network throughput than you ll typically ever need but can tap into on occasion. For example, I ve seen my own pool of machines on the Amazon EC2 network, capable of collectively transferring more than 3 GBps. That s the equivalent of downloading a full, uncompressed CD in less than 2 seconds, or a complete Blu-ray movie in about a minute. Even if the number of machines you need can stay completely constant, the cloud s massive network infrastructure is a benefit that s often overlooked. Most network operations teams can easily spend hundreds of thousands of dollars getting only a fraction of the performance that large public and private clouds can provide immediately.
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