Open Source Clouds at VIRTu Alley
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As proprietary cloud solutions look to establish themselves in the marketplace, open source technologies are also stepping up to provide customers with the latest innovations and security solutions......

As proprietary cloud solutions look to establish themselves in the marketplace, open source technologies are also stepping up to provide customers with the latest innovations and security solutions to meet their needs. This session highlights the four significant IaaS open source cloud projects with basic information, current status, customer examples and why open source clouds matter to you. Who knows, this talk may even lead you to not only using open source, but also becoming a significant contributor.

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  • 1. Brighten Your Cloudy Future with Open Source Stephen Spector Dell Cloud Evangelist January 2013
  • 2. Agenda Open Source IaaS Projects • OpenNebula • Eucalyptus • CloudStack • OpenStack Why Open Source Matters Take Action – Join the Revolution* Image: blog.zenoss.org
  • 3. OpenNebulaMission Statement OpenNebula.org is an open-source project developing the industry standard solution for building and managing virtualized enterprise data centers and IaaS cloud
  • 4. OpenNebulaCustomers - http://opennebula.org/users:users
  • 5. OpenNebula
  • 6. EucalyptusMission Statement Eucalyptus Systems provides enterprises & technology businesses with the leading open source software for building AWS-compatible private & hybrid cloudsEucalyptus => Elastic Utility Computing Architecture for Linking Your Programs toUseful SystemsHistory• Fall 2007 – Research project at Computer Science Dept at Univ of California, Santa Barbara • VGrADS – Virtual Grid Application Development Software Project• May 29, 2008 – First release of Eucalyptus with EC2 interface• Jan 2009 – Formed Eucalyptus company
  • 7. EucalyptusCustomers - http://www.eucalyptus.com/customers
  • 8. Eucalyptus
  • 9. CloudStackMission Statement Build a complete software suite for creating infrastructure as a Service clouds targeting service providers and enterprises History • Developed by Cloud.com and first release was May 5, 2012 under GNU 3.0 • Acquired by Citrix Systems on July 12, 2011 • Aug 29, 2012 – Release CloudStack 2.2.11 with VMWare and Oracle VM virt tech • April 3, 2012 – Given to Apache Software Foundation under Apache license
  • 10. CloudStackCustomers – http://BuildACloud.org/about-cloudstack/users.html
  • 11. CloudStack
  • 12. OpenStackMission Statement To produce the ubiquitous open source cloud computing platform that will meet the needs of private and public cloud providers regardless of size by being simple to implement and massively scalableHistory• March 2010 – Rackspace decides to open source cloud storage software• May 2010 – NASA open sources Nebula platform• June 2012 – Rackspace/NASA agree to create OpenStack• July 2012 – Inaugural Design Summit with 25 partners• October 2012 – “Austin” release available
  • 13. OpenStackCustomers - http://www.openstack.org/user-stories/
  • 14. OpenStack
  • 15. Why Open Source Matters It’s one of the most powerful models for an architecture of participation - Tim O’Reilly Feudal Architecture Social Architecture Ruby Language* Image: businessrevieweurope.eu
  • 16. Why Open Source Matters Ownership • EULA grants “use” but ownership is with software publisher Cross – Platform • Open APIs ; Vendor Lock-In ; Transparency ; Standards Innovation • Use It – Update It –Share It* Image: businessrevieweurope.eu /whotalking.com
  • 17. Take Action – Join the Revolution* Image: phibetaiota.net/arstechnica.com