Orange and OW2from open source middlewareto open source cloudwareOrange LabsAlexandre Lefebvre, Research & Development23 S...
Orange and OW2  quick facts     12 years of active OW2 membership        – 1999: France Telecom R&D co-founder of ObjectW...
open                                                  sourceOrange Labs - Research & Development – France Telecom and OW2 ...
Orange and open source  in practice     contribution to open source software, often from R&D     widespread usage of ope...
Orange and open source    research & innovation drivers            availability of open experimentation platforms       ...
Orange and open source    deployment & exploitation drivers     independence from software providers     reduction of de...
Orange and OW2    Orange Labs active OW2 contributor                                                                      ...
Orange and OW2  contributions to OW2 ProjectsOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source clou...
JOnASOrange Labs - Research & Development – France Telecom and OW2 – 1 April 2009                                         ...
Orange and OW2  why choosing JOnAS     strategic reasons            – Orange Labs is a strong contributor to the OW2 code...
Orange and OW2  JOnAS, a Group-wide success story     introduced in 2003 (3.3 version)     the only AS for development s...
Orange and OW2  in-house usage of JOnAS examples        more than 300 applications with JOnAS in production              ...
from      open source middleware                 to      open source cloudwareOrange Labs - Research & Development – Franc...
Orange and open source cloud  interests     context: deployment of Cloud solutions for      customers and in-house IT pla...
Orange and open source cloud  differences with open source middleware     lack of maturity of (open source) cloud product...
OW2 OSCiOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 Septemb...
Orange and OSCithe bedrockOrange Labs - Research & Development – France Telecom and OW2 – 21 September 20109   unrestricted
Orange and open source cloud  OW2 Sirocco     internal Orange Labs IaaS project initiated in 2008        – used and enric...
Scirocco architecture                                                                 Rich Web                            ...
Orange and open source cloud  perspectives     collaborative R&D projects (being evaluated)       – from application mode...
thank youOrange Labs - Research & Development – France Telecom and OW2 – 1 April 2009                                     ...
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Orange has been a strategic member of OW2 since its creation. We will start by introducing Orange motivations for contributing and using OW2 middleware, and briefly review its usage within the Group. Then, we will explain why Orange has co-launched the OW2 Open Source Cloudware initiative in 2010. We will describe Orange interests in open source cloudware, as well as its present and future contributions and use of open source cloud software.

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Cloud / Orange Cloud et OW2 Case study - Alexandre Lefebvre, Orange

  1. 1. Orange and OW2from open source middlewareto open source cloudwareOrange LabsAlexandre Lefebvre, Research & Development23 September 2011, Open Cloud Summit, Open World Forum unrestricted
  2. 2. Orange and OW2 quick facts  12 years of active OW2 membership – 1999: France Telecom R&D co-founder of ObjectWeb – France Telecom Strategic Member of OW2 since its creation – Orange co-lead of OW2 Open Source Cloudware initiative  numerous Orange Labs contributions to the code base  strong Group-wide commitment to OW2 JOnASOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  3. 3. open sourceOrange Labs - Research & Development – France Telecom and OW2 – 1 April 2009 unrestricted
  4. 4. Orange and open source in practice  contribution to open source software, often from R&D  widespread usage of open source products – incl. industrialisation process, just like for commercial software – OSS recommended alongside with commercial software – internal middleware catalogue includes Linux, MySQL, PostGreSQL, Eclipse, Apache HTTP Server, JOnAS, JBoss AS, Salomé-TMF, CLIF, CXF, … – open source alternative package for desktop – increased share of open source software as alternative  internal open source community and governanceOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  5. 5. Orange and open source research & innovation drivers  availability of open experimentation platforms  knowledge of technologies deployed in our systems  contribute to reinforce a community in this domain  contribute to the creation of an ecosystem – integrating labs, start-ups and corporate companies  reinforce dissemination and valorisation of results  new types of partnership on service infrastructure  “netiquette”: we use open source software, let us contribute to its production  internal use of open source software development principle for a better software component re-useOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  6. 6. Orange and open source deployment & exploitation drivers  independence from software providers  reduction of deployment and maintenance costs – licenses, in-house R&D on the products  availability of software infrastructure with key features – standard (relies on Orange presence at standardisation bodies for evolution of standards) – efficient, secure and reliable – prone to reactivity and evolutions  control over the complete software chain – from the client to the networkOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  7. 7. Orange and OW2 Orange Labs active OW2 contributor Dev and industrialisation Orange Labs – internal development projects – internal research projects – support and com activities – OW2 Fractal, JORM, – internal recommendation MEDOR, Perseus, Sirocco, – Java EE – OW2 JOnAS, CLIF JASMINe – software eng. – OW2 CLIF, Salome-TMF R&D expertise distributed systems architecture, persistence, application platforms, embedded systems, validation and testsOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  8. 8. Orange and OW2 contributions to OW2 ProjectsOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  9. 9. JOnASOrange Labs - Research & Development – France Telecom and OW2 – 1 April 2009 unrestricted
  10. 10. Orange and OW2 why choosing JOnAS  strategic reasons – Orange Labs is a strong contributor to the OW2 code base – JOnAS is more than just a Java EE Application Server – integration with OW2 components  performance and robustness reasons – stress tests show very good performance and robustness – same level of operation as other Java EE Applications Servers – same rules and tools  economical reasons – LGPL license + open source business model based on support costOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  11. 11. Orange and OW2 JOnAS, a Group-wide success story  introduced in 2003 (3.3 version)  the only AS for development since 2006 – local development platform (JOnAS + Eclipse) – even for applications deployed on other AS  today 1st Application Servers Choice – within the Group in France  migrations from other AS to JOnAS – accompanied by in-house IT support – very positive feedbackOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  12. 12. Orange and OW2 in-house usage of JOnAS examples  more than 300 applications with JOnAS in production  1000+ server instances  large-scale applications  JOnAS on Information System and Services Platforms (for internal and external customers)‫‏‬  usage examples – Address book – MaLigneTV programme guide – internal SOA technical bus – M2M framework – many internal IS applications –…Orange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  13. 13. from open source middleware to open source cloudwareOrange Labs - Research & Development – France Telecom and OW2 – 1 April 2009 unrestricted
  14. 14. Orange and open source cloud interests  context: deployment of Cloud solutions for customers and in-house IT platforms  interests in OW2 Open Source Cloudware initiative – interoperability at the infrastructure level – openness and standards compatibility – open source alternative to commercial solutions – open PaaS middleware for designing, configuring and deploying distributed applications – metering for SLA checking and billing – provide services in SaaS mode – security and privacy guarantees for our customersOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  15. 15. Orange and open source cloud differences with open source middleware  lack of maturity of (open source) cloud products • especially at the PaaS layer  current lack of standards • but de facto standards, and standardisation under way (specifications)  lack of openness and interoperability  many existing cloudware components – but not integratedOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  16. 16. OW2 OSCiOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  17. 17. Orange and OSCithe bedrockOrange Labs - Research & Development – France Telecom and OW2 – 21 September 20109 unrestricted
  18. 18. Orange and open source cloud OW2 Sirocco  internal Orange Labs IaaS project initiated in 2008 – used and enriched in the context of collaborative projects (ANR SelfXL, Celtic Servery)  self-service VM provisioning portal deployed in production within Orange Labs and Orange Portals  multi-hypervisor support – VMware, Xen and KVM – the lower software layer (multi-hypervisor VM Management) was open-source in 2010 (OW2 JASMINe VMM component)  now an OW2 incubator project http://sirocco.ow2.orgOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  19. 19. Scirocco architecture Rich Web Portal Unified API: DMTF IaaS API Sirocco Multi-cloud ControllerOW2 JOnAS OW2 JOnAS Resouce provisioning Account Monitoring/metering compute/storage/network managementOW2 JORAM OW2 JORAM Image management cloud provider connectors Native API OpenStack API OCCI APIOW2 Entropy OW2 Entropy Sirocco OpenStack OpenNebula IaaS provider IaaS provider IaaS providerOW2 JASMINe OW2 JASMINe VMM VMMOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  20. 20. Orange and open source cloud perspectives  collaborative R&D projects (being evaluated) – from application modeling and development... – ...to deployment and operation (PaaS)... – ...on multiple IaaS (interoperability, hybrid)  longer term challenges – end-to-end security – privacy – cloud of thingsOrange Labs – Orange and OW2: from open source middleware to open source cloudware – Open World Forum – 23 September 2011 unrestricted
  21. 21. thank youOrange Labs - Research & Development – France Telecom and OW2 – 1 April 2009 unrestricted
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