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AWS Simple Icons v2.1 Usage Guidelines Check to make sure you have the most recent set of AWS Simple Icons. This version was last updated 4/18/2013 (v2.1)

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1 AWS Simple Icons v2.1 Usage Guidelines Check to make sure you have the most recent set of AWS Simple Icons. This version was last updated 4/18/2013 (v2.1) Find the most recent set at aws.amazon.com/architecture/icons/ Always use Icon labels – Be sure to always include a label below the icon or on the group in Arial. The only exception is in complex diagrams, you have the option to create a key. Non-AWS Technology – Any server or other non- AWS technology in an architecture diagram should be represented with they grey server (see Slide 8). Creating diagrams – Try to use direct lines (rather than ‘criss-cross’), use adequate whitespace, and remember to label all icons. Product Icons – The first icon in most service sets is a product icon. This should be used to represent the service on a more general level when you will not be going into as much depth. Traditional Server Amazon EC2 18 April

2 Compute and Networking Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Amazon Elastic MapReduceAuto ScalingElastic Network Instance Amazon EC2InstanceInstancesAMI DB on Instance Instance with CloudWatch Elastic IP Amazon EMR Cluster HDFS Cluster Auto Scaling Elastic Network Instance

3 Compute and Networking Amazon Route 53Elastic Load BalancingAWS Direct Connect Amazon Virtual Private Cloud Route 53 Hosted Zone Route Table Elastic Load Balancing AWS Direct Connect Amazon VPCRouter Internet Gateway Customer Gateway VPN Gateway VPN Connection

4 Storage and Content Delivery Amazon Simple Storage Service Amazon Elastic Block Store AWS Import/Export AWS Storage Gateway Amazon S3Bucket Bucket with Objects ObjectAWS Import/ Export AWS Storage GatewayVolumeSnapshotAmazon EBS

5 Storage and Content Delivery Amazon Glacier Amazon CloudFront Amazon Glacier Glacier Archive Glacier Vault CloudFront Download Distribution Edge Location Streaming Distribution

6 Database Amazon DynamoDB Amazon Relational Database Service TableDynamoDBItemItemsAttributeAttributes Amazon RDS RDS DB Instance RDS DB Instance Standby (Multi-AZ) RDS DB Instance Read Replica MySQL DB Instance Oracle DB Instance MS SQL Instance

7 Database Amazon ElastiCache Amazon Redshift Amazon SimpleDB ElastiCache ElastiCache Cache Node DomainAmazon SimpleDB Amazon Redshift

8 Deployment & Management AWS Elastic Beanstalk AWS CloudFormation Amazon CloudWatch AWS Identity and Access Management Elastic BeanstalkApplicationDeployment IAMIAM Add-onSTS AWS CloudFormation TemplateStack CloudWatchAlarm AWS Data Pipeline OpsWorks AWS Data Pipeline

9 App Services Amazon CloudSearch Amazon Simple Notification Service Amazon Simple Service Amazon SES Amazon SNS NotificationHTTP NotificationTopic Amazon CloudSearch SDF metadata

10 App Services Amazon Simple Queue Service Amazon Elastic Transcoder Amazon Simple Workflow Amazon SQSQueueMessage Amazon SWF Decider Worker Amazon Elastic Transcoder

11 Non-Service Specific UserUsersInternetClientMobile ClientMultimedia Corporate Data Center Traditional ServerDiskGeneric DatabaseTape Storage AWS Cloud AWS Management Console Virtual Private CloudForums

12 On-Demand Workforce Amazon Mechanical Turk Human Intelligence Tasks (HIT) Assignment/ Task RequesterWorkers Amazon Mechanical Turk Mechanical Turk vs. Amazon Mechanical Turk Do not use simple "Mechanical Turk" to refer to Amazon Mechanical Turk. Use Amazon Mechanical Turk to describe the entire system, Amazon Mechanical Turk website for the worker website, and Amazon Mechanical Turk web service to describe the product.

13 SDKs JavaPythonPHP.NETRubynodeJS iOSAndroidAWS Toolkit for Visual Studio AWS Toolkit for Eclipse Tools for Windows PowerShell CLI

14 Groups Auto scaling GroupAvailability Zone Region Security Group Elastic Beanstalk Container EC2 Instance Contents VPC Subnet Server Contents

15 Groups Virtual Private CloudAWS Cloud Corporate Data center

16 Example 1: 2-Tier Auto-scalable Web Application Architecture in 1 AZ Auto scaling Group Availability Zone #1 Security Group Root Volume Data Volume media.example.com Elastic Load Balancing Amazon S3 Bucket Logs Amazon EBS Snapshot CloudFront Distribution EC2 Instance Web App Server


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