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Open Source Paving the Future of Cloud and Big Data Strategies

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Presentation by En Fazly, CEO, SKALI Managed E Business Sdn Bhd during MyGosscon 2012.

Presentation by En Fazly, CEO, SKALI Managed E Business Sdn Bhd during MyGosscon 2012.


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  • 1. Open  Source  Paving  the  Future  of   Cloud  and  Big  Data  Strategies   26  November  2012   Shah  Alam  Conven4on  Centre.     Open  Source:  The  Next  Genera3on  of   Digital  Transforma3on  
  • 2. Topic  Illustra/ons  
  • 3. Open  Source  Defini/ons  •  “Describes  so8ware  that  comes  with   permission  to  use,  copy  and  distribute,  either   as  is  or  with  modifica/ons,  and  that  may  be   offered  either  free  or  with  a  charge.  The   source  code  must  be  made  available”  –   GARTNER  
  • 4. Why  use  open  source  for  building   and  designing  cloud?     .    
  • 5. Cloud  Hypervisor   In  compu/ng,  a  hypervisor  or  virtual  machine  manager  (VMM)  is  a  piece  of   computer  so8ware,  firmware  or  hardware  that  creates  and  runs  virtual  machines.  the  true  open-­‐source  hypervisors  are  Xen  and  KVM.  Xen  is  widely  used  among  large-­‐scale  cloud  vendors,  including  Amazon  and  Rackspace.  But  KVM  has  the  widest  support  for  guest  OSes    
  • 6. Open  Source  Cloud  PlaYorm  
  • 7. Open  Source  Impact  to  Cloud   Adop/on  •  Adop4ng  cloud  to  op4mize  IT  Investment,  improve  exis4ng   services  or  to  support  new  business.  In  this  scenario,  open-­‐ source  lowers  the  barriers    •  Open  source  allows  great  customiza4on  to  meet  individual   requirements  •  Open-­‐source  also  encourages  and  supports  innova4on  in  the   development  of  new  cloud  products    •  Collabora4on  between  technology  providers  and  users  is  a   huge  advantage  in  the  open  source  arena    
  • 8. •  Open  source  technology  is  going  to  seriously   impact  the  cloud  compu/ng  world:     –  Open  source  so8ware  is  essen/ally  free,  and  it  is   not  generally  encumbered  by  the  so8ware  license   models  of  proprietary  so8ware.     –  Many  proprietary  so8ware  vendors,  are  trying  to   maintain  old  and  expensive  license  models,  even   though  they  impede  the  flexibility  gained  by   virtualiza/on  and  cloud  compu/ng.  
  • 9. Cloud  Compu/ng  Defini/on   “Clouds  are  a  large  pool  of  easily  usable  and  accessible  virtualized  resources.  These  resources  can   be  dynamically  reconfigured  to  adjust  to  a  variable   load,  allowing  also  for  an  op4mum  resource   u4liza4on.  This  pool  of  resources  is  typically   exploited  by  a  pay-­‐per-­‐use  model  in  which  guarantees  are  offered  by  the  Infrastructure  Provider   by  means  of  customized  SLA”.      
  • 10. Cloud  Compu/ng:  History  
  • 11. Cloud  Compu/ng:  Why  Now?  •  Experience  with  very  large  datacenters   –  Unprecedented  economies  of  scale   –  Transfer  of  risk  •  Technology  factors   –  Pervasive  broadband  Internet   –  Maturity  in  Virtualiza/on  Technology  •  Business  factors   –  Minimal  capital  expenditure   –  Pay-­‐as-­‐you-­‐go  billing  model  
  • 12. Industrialisa/on  of  IT  is  Inevitable   “IT  as  a  Service”     Ø  Efficient  alloca/on  of  resources  by   specialists   •  Best  of  breed  capabili/es,   limited  waste   Ø  Resource  pooling  &  distribu/on   increase  accessibility   •  Exponen/al  cost  decreases   •  Flexible  resource    access   •  Pay-­‐per-­‐use   Ø  Empowerment  to  focus  on  core   business   13  
  • 13. What  is  Cloud  Compu/ng?   Hybrid CloudDEPLOYMENTMODEL Private Cloud Public Cloud Community CloudSERVICEMODEL On  Demand  Self  Services  ESSENTIAL Broad  Network  Access   Rapid  Elas/c  CHARACTERISTIC Resources  Pooling   Measured  Service  
  • 14. Public  vs  Private  
  • 15. IT  Dilemma:  Without  Cloud   16
  • 16. IT  Dilemma:  With  Cloud   17
  • 17. Economics  of  Cloud  Users  •  Pay  by  use  instead  of  provisioning  for  peak   Capacity   Resources Resources Demand Capacity   Demand Time   Time   Sta/c  data  center   Data  center  in  the  cloud   Unused  resources  
  • 18. Economics  of  Cloud  Users  •  Risk  of  over-­‐provisioning:  under  u/liza/on   Capacity   Unused  resources   Resources Demand Time   Sta/c  data  center  
  • 19. Economics  of  Cloud  Users   •  Heavy  penalty  for  under-­‐provisioning   Resources   Capacity  Resources   Demand   Capacity   2 3 1 Time  (days)   Demand   Lost  revenue   1 2 3 Resources   Time  (days)   Capacity   Demand   1 2 3 Time  (days)   Lost  users  
  • 20. What  is  BIG  DATA?  –  Volume:  There  is  too  much  data  to  be  stored  and   require  too  many  processes—seman/c  analysis/ data  processing.    –  Velocity:  It  means  storage  and  processing  speed.  –  Variety:  The  demand  for  unstructured  data,  such   as  text  and  images  is  increasing  as  well  as  refined-­‐ type  data  that  can  be  standardized  and  previously   defined  like  the  RDBMS  table  record  
  • 21. Big  Data  is  Complex  •  the  variety  of  data  that  it  encompasses  –  from   structured  data  to  unstructured  data    •  because  of  the  speed  at  which  it’s  delivered   and  used,  such  as  in  “real-­‐/me.”    •  because  of  the  volume  of  informa/on  we  are   crea/ng.    
  • 22. How  the  cloud  can  help  •  Cloud  Compu/ng  Essen/al  Characteris/c  it-­‐ self   –  On-­‐demand  Self  Service   –  Broad  Network  Access   –  Resource  Pooling   –  Rapid  Elas4city   –  Measured  Services    
  • 23. Conclusion   Volume,  Velocity  &   Variety    Scalability,  Elas/city   Cost  Effec/ve,  Fast  Deployment   customizability  Opex  Model  
  • 24. OSS  Based  -­‐  SkaliCloud  •                                                       plaYorm  •                                 virtual  machine  manager    •  Both              Private    Cloud                &     Public Cloud                        •  Pay  per  Use  business  model  •  True  Public  Cloud  offering  •  Onsite  or  Offsite  Private  Cloud  
  • 25. SkaliCloud  Services  •  SKALI  Cloud  Services  offers  ultra  flexible,  scalable  cloud  servers  via   our  infrastructure  on-­‐demand.  Simply  configure  our  sophis/cated   infrastructure  with  any  web  browser  to  match  your  needs.  •  Our  virtual  servers  offer  all  the  power  and  control  of  a  tradi/onal   hosted  server  whilst  giving  you  the  benefit  of:     –  INSTANT  FLEXIBILITY,  scale  your  machine  up  and   down  using  any  browser   –  PEACE  OF  MIND,  managed  infrastructure  with   automa/c  failover   –  COST  EFFICIENCY,  built  to  scale,  and  grow  only   when  you  need  to   26
  • 26. Technology  Highlights  •        Easy-­‐to-­‐use  web  control  panel  and  API,  giving  end  customers  full   control  to  self-­‐manage  their  cloud  servers  •        Commodity  server  hardware  backend  –  no  expensive  SAN/NAS   required  –  for  simplest  install  and  lowest  technical  costs  •        Advanced  Linux  KVM  virtualiza/on,  suppor/ng  high  performance   cloud  servers  running  any  OS  with  no  special  drivers  •        Mul/ple  independent  RAID  arrays  on  each  virtualiza/on  host,  giving   redundancy  &  no  single  point  of  cluster  failure  •        Cloud  servers  from  2GHz,  1GB  to  8-­‐core,  8GB  •        Automated  24/7  monitoring  with  alerts  when  opera/onal  interven/on   needed  •      Cer/fied  with  to  work  with  independent  mul/-­‐cloud  management  API   libraries  from  jclouds  &  libcloud.  
  • 27. SKALICLOUDHigh-Level Architecture Key Facts • Built entirely on commodity PC Hardware and open source software. • Linux KVM virtualisation running on high-end PC hardware, supporting customer servers running any PC operating system. • Multiple RAID disk servers in each location. • Fully self-managed via web control or API.
  • 28. 29
  • 29.   SKALI  Cloud  Services     We  offer  highly  scalable  hos/ng  plaYorm  &  on-­‐ demand  burst  compu/ng   •  CPU, Memory, Disk •  Sold by the hour or on subscription •  You are only billed for what you use (pre- paid & post-paid)
  • 30. 31
  • 31. Package  Op4ons  •  Package  A  :  Virtual  Private  Cloud   –  SkaliCloud  Host  Environment  •  Package  B  :  Off  Premise  Private  Cloud   –  Skali  Data  Center  Environment  •  Package  C  :  On  Premise  Private  Cloud   –  Client  Data  Center  Environment    
  • 32. Why  Skali  Private  Cloud?  •  We  offer  ultra  scalability,  elas/city,  on  demand  services  •  PAYU  model  –  pay  as  you  use  •  Minimum  Setup  Fees  •  Eliminate  The  Most  Common  Challenges  to  Private  Cloud   –  Budget.  Private  clouds  can  be  expensive  –  With  Us,  Pay  As  You  Use   (monthly  chargeback  model),  we  provide  you  with  the  infrastructure.   –  Integra4ng  with  public  clouds.  Hybrid  ready,  when  a  need  to  public   cloud  internally   –  Scaling.  We  provide  the  economies  of  scale.   –  Technology  obsolescence.  No  Worries,  We  taking  care  the  hardware   investment   –  Fear  of  change.  No  Worries,  We  managed  for  You.  
  • 33. fazly@skali.net   012-­‐6665691    www.skalicloud.com  
  • 34. Thank You!