CentOS and OpenNebula, a Perfect Match
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OpenNebula is a great cloud orchestration and management tool, characterised by its flexibility, durability and focused feature matrix. A feature matrix that is driven largely by real world problem ...

OpenNebula is a great cloud orchestration and management tool, characterised by its flexibility, durability and focused feature matrix. A feature matrix that is driven largely by real world problem scenarios and real world feedback : something that has been the focus of CentOS project as well. From large scale deployment automation to patch management and state control, the CentOS Project aims to solve real world problems faced by the people who run infrastructure : The Sysadmins administrators and operations teams.

During this talk, I will share why OpenNebula and CentOS Linux are a perfect match and go into some user stories that demonstrate this relationships success in real world scenarios.

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CentOS and OpenNebula, a Perfect Match Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Karanbir Singh kbsingh@centos.org | Http://www.karan.org/ Twitter.com/kbsingh | Twitter.com/CentOS CentOS and OpenNebula:
  • 2. /whois kb ● London, UK based operations / infra person ● Involved with the CentOS Project ~ 7 years ● Like bullet points ● Trappist Beers rock!
  • 3. About CentOS
  • 4. About CentOS ● The Project ● The Linux Distro
  • 5. About CentOS The Ecosystem; driven by a community of users;
  • 6. Why CentOS ● Long production cycles ● Mature user base ● Mature, tested code base ● Vibrant and effective community – Maybe a bit passive(!) ● Widespread userbase – Hosting, cloud, voip, hpc, SME –
  • 7. Why CentOS Vendor Support
  • 8. Why CentOS Baseline, in an adaptive environment
  • 9. Why CentOS Hypervisor support
  • 10. Why CentOS ARM
  • 11. Why CentOS Automation, lifecycle management, provisioning, monitoring, audit, deployment, cross-platform, cross-infra, cross-roles support
  • 12. Why OpenNebula
  • 13. Why OpenNebula Pragmatic
  • 14. Why OpenNebula Pragmatic, user focused, from the trenches
  • 15. Why OpenNebula Mostly tech agnostic, just-enough Cloud Controller
  • 16. Why OpenNebula Integration opportunities
  • 17. Why OpenNebula Integration opportunities > Infrastructure tooling <
  • 18. Why OpenNebula Offloading complexity
  • 19. OpenNebula in CentOS Included in default repos yum install centos-release-opennebula yum install opennebula
  • 20. OpenNebula in CentOS Easy node install yum install opennebula-node-kvm ( or xen!)
  • 21. OpenNebula in CentOS Contextualized Distro images http://cloud.centos.org/i/one/
  • 22. OpenNebula in CentOS QuickStart Guide ( with intent ) http://wiki.centos.org/Cloud/OpenNebula
  • 23. .. in CentOS For the public CI infra http://ci.dev.centos.org
  • 24. .. in CentOS For the autoscaling buildsys
  • 25. .. in CentOS ● 4 Hv's (196gb/64c) – R715 – R720 – 2x R420 ● Iscsi – Equalogic ps6k ● Nets – Store/mgmt/prod ● Upto 48 instances ● Upto 32 builders ● Zabbix monitoring ● OpenNebula 3.8 ● Reimzul bsys ● Beanstalkd queues
  • 26. .. in CentOS Play Cloud
  • 27. .. in CentOS ● 8 Hv's (256gb/128c) – 2x R415 – 2x R420 – 4x SMC x8 ● Local storage ● Nets – Store/prod ● Upto 120 instances ● IPv4 and IPv6 ● Sensu monitoring ● OpenNebula 4.2
  • 28. Come help Lots of interesting challenges ( integration and dev around it / selinux / community engagement / help and guides / hypervisor dev / Arch development / testing and QA )
  • 29. OpenNebula and CentOS ● Wiki.centos.org/Cloud /OpenNebula ● Lists.centos.org : centos-virt / centos- devel ● Irc.freenode.net #centos #centos-virt #centos-social ● Karanbir Singh ● Twitter.com/kbsingh ● www.karan.org ● London, UK ● T: +44 2070999389