OpenCms Days 2012 - OpenCms on open clouds

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In this session Arash will show you how to use Open Cloud service delivery models such as Open IaaS and Open PaaS to deploy OpenCms as a service for your organization or your customers. You will learn how Open Source cloud operating systems and platforms such as OpenStack and Cloud Foundry can help jumping and scaling between OpenCms content clouds. Arash will also compare other PaaS solutions like AppScale, CloudBees, OpenShift and Jelastic and show if and how OpenCms can work with them. He will introduce you to the Cloud Federation concept, which helps to avoid vendor lock-in with private, public and hybrid cloud environments. Last but not least, he will explain how to achieve a high level of data security in Open Clouds, so that even system administrators won’t be able to access your OpenCms data. This session is targeted at all types of OpenCms users, such as business users, service providers and developers.

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OpenCms Days 2012 - OpenCms on open clouds

  1. 1. OpenCms on Open Clouds OaSe: OpenCms as a Service Arash Kaffamanesh 2012/09/24
  2. 2. OaSe*: OpenCms as a Service? OpenCms can be delivered through:  Public  Private  Community  and Hybrid cloud service delivery models  or even on traditional dedicated servers? Create OpenCms Sites On-Demand  OpenCms Cloud Sites (for business users)  OpenCms on Jelastic PaaS (for developers) Deploy multiple OpenCms Instances in 5 minutes (Demo)  Deploy a full featured OpenCms Instance with Apache, Tomcat and MySQL on Apache CloudStack or OpenStack (for developers and solution providers) Run OpenCms in 5 Seconds (Demo) Challenges to run OpenCms as a Service  *OaSe: means in German the Oasis 
  3. 3. What is the Cloud? Hot Vapor or Hype or a New Way to provide better on-demand services? Public, Private, Community, Hybrid Clouds What are IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, C&CaaS, BaaS, HuaaS, EaaS? What kind of cloud services delivery models exists? SaaS:  Software as a Service (e.g. Gmail, Google Sites )  Security as a Service (e.g. CypherCloud)  Storage as Service (e.g. Amazon S3) PaaS:  Platform as a Service:  Google App Engine (Python, Java, GO)  Appscale, RedHat OpenShift, Jelastic, VMware Cloud Foundry  Microsoft Azure (.Net)  Salesforce Heroku (Ruby & Java) IaaS:  Infrastructure as a Service (Server Hosting, Physical and Virtual)
  4. 4. What is the Open Cloud? What does Open realy mean?  Open Source?  Open API?  Speak to AWS?  Governance?  Federation (the ability to burst from private to the public cloud)?  To keep your data and the security in your hands?  YES
  5. 5. Definition of the Cloud Computing I “a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology
  6. 6. Definition of the Cloud Computing IICloud Computing is a model for providing ITServices according to existing industrialprinciples, which is based on AUTOMATION &VIRTUALIZATION. MATERNA GmbH
  7. 7. Our Definition of Cloud ComputingCloud Computing is a New Way which coversSOA, ASP, Automation, Monitoring and ITTransition from the Traditional IT to the ModernIT in the next decade!It would help our clients to save $$$s and us toearn €€€s  Clouds Sky GmbH
  8. 8. Public Cloud Providers Amazon (IaaS, PaaS: Hosting) AT&T Dogado Internet ElasticHost Google (GCE, GAE) GoGrid IBM SmartCloud Microsoft (Azure PaaS, SaaS) Rackspace SalesForce SoftLayer OpSource Joyent Terremark Worldwide
  9. 9. Private Cloud IaaS Abiquo CA AppLogic Apache CloudStack, Citrix CloudPlatform (OS*) Enomaly ECP OnApp Engine OpenStack (OS*) OpenNebula (OS*) openQRM (OS*) Eucalyptus (OS*) Nimbula Nimbus VMWare vCloud *OS: Open Source
  10. 10. Private Cloud (Java) PaaS  Jelastic  VMWare Cloud Foundry (OS*)  Stackato (based on Cloud Foundry)  Cumulogic (CAP*)  Appscale (OS* Google App Engine)  RedHat OpenShift (OS*)  WSO2 Stratos*CAP: Cloud Application Platform: is a technology to build the PaaS layer on any IaaS Cloud. CAP can be used for development and runtime management and moving workloads btw. Clouds. Source: Cumulogic PaaS white Paper.
  11. 11. Open Cloud Operation CentersName License API EC2 S3 EBS HypervisorApache GPLv3 CloudStack Part. no no KVM,XEN,CloudStack , AWS VMWare, OVM,(Citrix BareMetal, (LXC)CloudPlatform)Eucalyptus GPLv3 AWS YES YE YES KVM, XEN, S WMwareOpenStack Apache OpenStack Part. no no KVM,XEN, LXC, v2.0 , AWS UMLOpenNebula Apache OCCI,AWS Part. no no KVM, XEN, v2.0 Vmware, VirtaulBox, VirtualBox
  12. 12. Challenges to run OaSe in the Cloud Is OpenCms Cloud ready? How to scale EC2 like (Elastic Cloud Computing) Security (Network, Storage (DB, RFS), Application) Create OpenCms Sites On-Demand  OpenCms Cloud Sites (for business users)  Demo  OpenCms on Jelastic PaaS (for developers)  Demo  OpenCms in Stackato AppStore (coming soon) Deploy OpenCms Instances in 3 minutes  Demo  Deploy a full featured OpenCms Instance with Apache, Tomcat and MySQL on Apache CloudStack or OpenStack (for developers and solution providers) Run OpenCms in 5 Seconds (Demo) Build management and continuous integration (ANT / Maven / Gradle, CruiseControl / Jenkins, ANThillPro) Cloud Vendor Lock-In (move your OpenCms Instances beetween clouds) Integrate with 3rd parties, Nuxeo, LDAP (ADS), Red5 Media Server, SAP, IBM WebSphere, Microsoft Lync, etc..
  13. 13. Integrate OpenCms with: Media Server (Red5)  RFS Module (Demo) LDAP (ADS, IBM Tivoli)  LDAP Module (Demo) IBM WebSphere SAP Microsoft Lync / SharePoint DONE by our Partner Metamesh
  14. 14. Install OpenCms in 5 minutes
  15. 15. OpenCms CloudSites on CloudStack
  16. 16. OpenCms BleedingEdge on OpenStack
  17. 17. Build Your Cloud in 1 day with Apache CloudStack
  18. 18. Build Your Virtual Private Data Center
  19. 19. Create KVM and Xen Clusters
  20. 20. Create the Network
  21. 21. Create
  22. 22. Long live OpenCms!
  23. 23. OpenCms and the Open Cloud Configurator Connecting to any Open Cloud, every where, with OCC
  24. 24. OpenCms Security (in the Cloud)
  25. 25. OpenCms Security Intranet DMZ: Internet Firewall Live- System (Active) DB Master Editorial - Workplace RFS rSync DB Replikation with OCEE DB Intranet RFS rSync DB Slave Live- System (Standby)
  26. 26. OpenCms Security Intranet DMZ: Internet Firewall DB Master Live- System (Active) Editorial - Workplace RFS rSync DB Replikation DB Intranet RFS rSync DB Slave Live- System (Standby)
  27. 27. Solution: OpenCms and Cumulus4j Master thesis by Sergey Bagautdinov, Clouds Sky GmbH
  28. 28. What we offer (I)KnowHow as a Cloud-Enabler: We Build Clouds: Design, Architecture, Processes Open Source Tool-Chain for the Cloud We Build Clouds with our Partners:  Canonical  Citrix  Metamesh  Rackspace  First-Colo  Dogado Internet GmbH Cloud Computing Migration Framework Cloud Computing Security and Privacy Recommendations Automation (Puppet, Chef, RunDeck) Monitoring, Event and Performance Management Virtualization for Private, Community and Hybrid Cloud Environments Metering, Billing, Reporting, Self Service Portal and Provisioning
  29. 29. What we offer (II)KnowHow as a Cloud-Enabler: Help our clients to choose the right solution  Define what they want first, then match the right solution  Short term goals  Long range Vision  Provide Open Cloud Labs, let them Try before they Buy  Include target users in the selection process Build the first Java based Open Cloud Management Platform (OpenCmp)
  30. 30. To whom are we going to provide ourServices Large Enterprises SMBs Governement and Public Sectors Developers To the Open World 
  31. 31. Thanks!

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