Bill Grosso Engage.com (moderator), David Young Joyent, Jeff Barr Amazon, Patrick Harr Nirvanix
Again, energy lagging. let’s see what I can do. this looks like the grown-up panel.
okay, I have no idea what they are saying, I just transcribed except when I got tired. This one’s for you Jim, say hi to joel on software for me.
Amazon: cool ideas to successful product is “the muck” hardware, software, costs, load balancing, viral growth, bandwidth management. we have services so you can ignore that.
- web services api
- pay as you go
- storate $.15/gb/mo
- once you are in the amazon cloud you canmove it around wiht no extra charge
- resiable computer capacity in the cloud
- full root acccess ot a blank linus machine
- $.10/server/hr + bandwidth
- distributed queue in the cloud
- used for storing messaging travellign between computers
- reliable cheap
Joyent: facebook developers should not develop or manage infrastructure. ondemand infrastructure. allows scale. $35 a month. you can go up and down.
- open stack
- force 10 routers
- sun x4150 servers, sun 4500
- verticle scale up to 32gb ram and 8cpus
- horizontal scale, not software load balancing but hardware load balencing
- vertical+horizontal = true web scale.
- persistant sotrage that works with Accelerators.
- 10% rule, you should not spend more than 10% of your revenue on your infrastructure.
- the downsource model
- b2b storage service
- digital locker service
- backup applications
- photo and video hosting
- audio/video transcoding and image resizing/manipulation
- control costs: set storage
- effortless management, scalable ondemand business model
- user experience: internode and intranode load balancing enables fast global storage and delivery
- HTTP upload
- integrated media transcoding
- integrated seach capabilities – lets users tag and search content
- complete internet media service
- similar pricing $.18 gb/mo SLA, cusotmer support
- reference applications
- vista, ftp, web locker, flash widget uploader
well, if it’s going to be a sale call, at least it’s war of the sales calls.
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