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AWS Partner Presentation - Suse Linux Proven Cloud Success

  1. 1. AWS & SUSE: Proven CloudSuccessExtend your Applications to the AWS Cloud AWS Summit – San Francisco June 21, 2011
  2. 2. AgendaValue of AppliancesSUSE Appliance SolutionsAppliances: Bridge to the Cloud
  3. 3. Perform a singletask well
  4. 4. Minimal assembly andsetup
  5. 5. So what is a software appliance?
  6. 6. The Value of Appliances
  7. 7. Appliances:Simplifying On-Premise and Cloud DeploymentSimplify Speed time to Gain bridge tosoftware value the cloudcomplexity Manage complexity • Increase agility • Grow business
  8. 8. Deployment Options Cloud Virtual Physical
  9. 9. SUSE Studio Build Tool® Easiest, Fastest Way to Create Appliances SUSE Studio Online – Free hosted appliance creation tool – Builds appliance in just a few minutes and with a few clicks – Offers both SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2 as supported base OS – Minimal version of SUSE Linux Enterprise (JeOS) creates streamlined efficient appliances Studio and Amazon EC2 – Create EC2 AMIs based on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server – Integration with Amazon Web Services APIs to enable direct launch to Amazon EC210 © Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
  10. 10. Amazon EC2 RunningSUSE Linux Enterprise Server• AMIs built using SUSE Linux Enterprise ‒ Purchased directly in Amazon EC2 ‒ Include maintenance and update subscription• SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1 and 10 SP3 ‒ Same code as stand-alone installations ‒ Over 6,500 Software certifications valid ‒ Manage and configure using existing tools• Available in all instance sizes and regions ‒ Includes Reserved and Spot pricing ‒ Support for Cluster Compute and Cluster GPU
  11. 11. Demo
  12. 12. SUSE Appliance Solution
  13. 13. SUSE Appliance Toolkit + Extend to the Cloud + Simplify Deployments + Simplify Maintenance Build The SUSE Appliance Toolkit is a collection of tools designed to improve the efficiency of Manage building, managing and maintaining software Maintain appliances.
  14. 14. SUSE Gallery – launched July 2010SUSE Gallery is a free of charge, web-based service andis an extension of SUSE Studio to let ISVs and developersshare, collaborate and freely exchange their applianceswith others
  15. 15. Appliances: The Bridge to the Cloud
  16. 16. Where IT Workloads RunPhysical, Virtual and Cloud UtilizationPercentage of enterprise workloads that will run inphysical, virtual and public cloud environments by 2015 Novell estimates based on IDC and Gartner data
  17. 17. Appliances Are the Bridge to the Cloud + Self-Contained Form Ideal for the Cloud + Uniquely Portable Across Physical, Virtual, Cloud (tuned specifically for AWS, support multiple hypervisors, etc.) + Gives ISVs an easier solution than multi-tenant SaaS
  18. 18. Linux is the Choice for Appliances and the Cloud Technical Advantages Business Advantages • Already prevalent and • Flexible licensing proven in the cloud • Simple, easy redistribution • Modular, customizable • Cost-effective and high- operating system performing • Highly reliable and scalable • Fully supported • Open source provides • Built for widest range of freedom and reduces lock- platforms in • Relentless open source innovation19
  19. 19. SUSE Studio ™ Fastest and easiest solution for • Builds custom OS images and complete workloads/appliances for cloud infrastructures • Enterprises can quickly deploy applications on their own OS images or pre-defined public images for the cloud
  20. 20. For more Information Novell PartnerNet
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