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  • 1. CO L L A B O R AT I O NO P E N S O U RC E P ROJ EC T S W I T H YO U RC LO U D STAC K E N V I RO N M E N T, A N D M YL ES S O N S L EA R N E D A LO N G T H E WAY
  • 2. WHO AM I? Brian Bullard– Director of IT/Systems Architect 5th Planet Games Systems Engineer/Software development background
  • 3. 5 T H P L A N E T G A M ES  Founded in 2010.  5th Planet Games brings together talent in an effort to produce fun and addictive, immersive, engaging social games (MMO,RPG,CCG’s) for mobile and web
  • 4. D ES C E N T I N TO AW S I A A S Employees  1 system admin/engineer  1 Game designer/CEO  1 Game developer/CEO  Office =May 2010 “Dawn of the dragons” 2 ec2 servers 1 RDS AWS MYSQL server
  • 5. 2 ½ Y EA RS L AT E R A N D M A N Y L ES S O N SL EA R N E DPresent day Games Resources Dawn of the dragons  25 EC2 servers Clash of the dragons  1 CDN endpoint Legacy of a thousand suns  10 Database servers  3 Physical servers Legacy of heroes Office:  45 EmployeesPlatforms Armor Games Kongregate Facebook Kabam newgrounds
  • 6. C LO U D STAC K TO T H E R ES C U E User controlled firewall with security groups. Private/public resource segregation Cost savings for our test/dev environments Local/shared storage on demand using opens source solutions with CS API. Backups using snapshotting Ability to consolidate zone resources. Scalable architecture HA Broad hypervisor support if needed Variety of configurations to scale Automating our private and public IAAS
  • 7. C LO U D STAC K S E T U P Zone-West Zone-East 1 Management server 1 Management server 2 host servers (32 GB 3 host servers – KVM RAM 8 Core) – KVM 1 shared secondary 1 shared secondary and primary storage and primary storage (5 TB RAID10) (In progress) Amazon RDS RDS MSQL database Amazon
  • 8. M O N I TO R I N G A N D AU TO M AT I O N Use event triggering, Chef/Puppet with monitoring environment. (Nagios-event-handlers, Zenoss Triggers) along with Zenoss Cloudstack zenpack to monitor VM’sA M A ZO N A N D C LO U D STAC K Amazon EC2 Compatibility for unified API calls Cloudbridge is now built into the management server in 4.0 S3 Compatibility (Swift,Glusterfs) using s3 clients Migrate to and from EC2 with minimal effort
  • 9. M A N AG I N G YO U R C LO U D SY O U C A N N O W M A N A G E M U LT I P L E C L O U D S – P R I V AT E A N DPUBLIC S C A L R F E AT U R E S  Setup autoscaling for yours infrastructure based on CPU,RAM, IO or your own custom metric  Chef support – Scalr fully integrates with chef  Handles master-slave replicaion backups and failover for MYSQL, MongoDB, PostgresSQL and Redis  Manage your Cloudstack IAAS, plus any public cloud instances from one place  Configure autoscale rules for your server farms that fits your need  Broad server import support  Openstack and Hp Cloud support soon
  • 10. M A N AG I N G YO U R C LO U D S
  • 11. M A N AG I N G YO U R C LO U D S
  • 12. OW N C LO U D STO R AG EO W N C L O U D L E T S Y O U E A S I LY V I E W & S Y N C Y O U R D ATA ,C O N TA C T S , C A L E N D A R S A N D B O O K M A R K S A C R O S S A L LDEVICES. O W N C L O U D F E AT U R E S  External Storage (Local filesystem, FTP, Webdav, Swift, S3, Dropbox, Google and SMB)  File sharing and data syncing  LDAP/AD support  File versioning  File password encyption  Drag and drop functionality  Calendar and tasks sharing
  • 13. OW N C LO U D STO R AG EU P C O M I N G F E AT U R E S Webmail client Overhauled encryption system (server side and client side) RSS reader app Desktop file management
  • 14. H OW W E A R E U S I N G OW N C LO U D Scale out and append storage on demand as needed calendar and tasks sharing in one unified location Share multiple mount points to users/groups /projects Synced/versioning files make it easy to work in any environment and on the go Multiple Apps support using (IOS and Android) Looking into using S3 storage solutions and Owncloud
  • 15. U LT EOOPENSOURCE ENTERPRISE VIRTUAL DESKTOP ANDA P P L I C AT I O N D E L I V E R YU LT E O F E AT U R E S Split linux and/or windows application delivery Share local printers, drives, network shares, USB sticks, sound support, copy-paste. Seamless access to documents from both Linux & Windows applications! Easy to deploy and scale with Cloudstack User and group level control over applications and shares
  • 16. OPEN SOURCE VDISOLUTION
  • 17. OPEN SOURCE VDISOLUTION
  • 18. LO O K I N G A H EA D Look into PAAS solutions such as Stackato and Cloud Foundry for auto scaling application servers Build easier and better automation around monitoring Empower the developers to use the powerful API at their fingertips Unify our API’s as well as we can on one layer to avoid vendor lock in
  • 19. L ES S O N S L EA R N E D Read the administrator guide Watch the management/agent/hypervisor logs to troubleshoot issues . Learn the role that the systemVM, SSVM and Virtual router play and how they communicate. “http://xmodulo.blogspot.com/2012/05/how-to-log-in-to-system-vms-in.html Hang out in the #cloudstack irc channel and join the Cloudstack incubator list. Understand the virtual router and it’s role with cloudstack http://blogs.clogeny.com/understanding-the-redundant-virtual-router-in-citrix-cloudplatform/ Check out cloud podcasts, and follow companies on twitter to keep up on current events. Decide what works best for your environment and plan for the future growth. Devcloud is an awesome resource for testing and devlopment http://incubator.apache.org/cloudstack/develop/environment.html Attend BACD and related webinars. And check out the cloudstack youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/cloudstack Build several configurations and test which one best fits your situation Check out the cloudstack IRC channel @irc.freenode.net is one of thebest resources available
  • 20. CO N TAC T I N FO +Brian Bullardbbullard@5thplanetgames.comTwitter: @bullardo 14 followers and growingBullardo MIRC #cloudstack.