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  • 1. OPENSTACK 101 Carlos Gonçalves   mail@cgoncalves.pt cgoncalves carlospt http://linkedin.com/in/carloseduardogoncalves ENEI 2014April 12, 2014
  • 2. Who’s this guy? •  MSc Computers and Telematics Engineer (University of Aveiro) •  Researcher at ATNoG @ Instituto de Telecomunicações •  FOSS enthusiastic and contributor •  Currently working on Cloud computing, SDN, NFV •  OpenStack contributor April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 2
  • 3. Outline •  Introduction •  OpenStack •  Demo •  Get involved •  Q & A •  Final notes April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 3
  • 4. INTRODUCTION
  • 5. April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 5 More devices & more broadband!
  • 6. April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 6 Is it born in us?
  • 7. April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 7 We’ve been producing data …
  • 8. April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 8 … lots of data!
  • 9. April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 9 Photos, videos, music, docs, emails …
  • 10. April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 10 Anywhere
  • 11. April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 11 Anytime
  • 12. April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 12 Anyhow
  • 13. April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 13 Everything accessible at user’s fingertips
  • 14. April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 14 Cloud computing in a nutshell
  • 15. Definition “Cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on- demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources […] that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.” — NIST April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 15
  • 16. Essential characteristics 1.  On-demand self-service 2.  Rapid elasticity 3.  Ubiquitous network access 4.  Resource pooling 5.  Measured service April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 16
  • 17. Delivery models Networking Storage Servers Virtualization Operating System Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization Operating System Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization Operating System Middleware Runtime Data Applications DeliveredasaserviceUsermanages UsermanagesDeliveredasaservice Deliveredasaservice Infrastructure as a Service Platform as a Service Software as a Service April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 17
  • 18. Delivery models Networking Storage Servers Virtualization Operating System Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization Operating System Middleware Runtime Data Applications Networking Storage Servers Virtualization Operating System Middleware Runtime Data Applications DeliveredasaserviceUsermanages UsermanagesDeliveredasaservice Deliveredasaservice Infrastructure as a Service Platform as a Service Software as a Service April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 18
  • 19. Deployment models •  Public cloud •  Private cloud •  Community cloud •  Hybrid cloud April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 19 Community cloud On premise Private cloud Community cloud Off premise Public cloud Community cloud Community cloud
  • 20. OPENSTACK
  • 21. OpenStack “OpenStack is a cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a data center, all managed through a dashboard that gives administrators control while empowering users to provision resources through a web interface.” — OpenStack Foundation April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 21
  • 22. Release history Austin 21 October 2010 Bexar 3 February 2011 Cactus 15 April 2011 Diablo 22 September 2011 Essex 5 April 2012 Folsom 27 September 2012 Grizzly 4 April 2013 Havana 17 October 2013 Icehouse 17 April 2014 Juno October 2014 K-series April 2015 April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 22 Codenames alphabetically ordered 6 month development cycle https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Release_Naming
  • 23. Who’s OpenStack April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 23
  • 24. … but more importantly, YOU! April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 24
  • 25. Stats April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 25 All releases Icehouse + 200 companies + 2,000 code contributors + 2,000,000 lines of code
  • 26. Official, incubator et al. programs Official Common Libraries (Oslo) Compute (Nova) Object Storage (Swift) Image Service (Glance) Identity (Keystone) Dashboard (Horizon) Networking (Neutron) Block Storage (Cinder) Telemetry (Ceilometer) Orchestration (Heat) Database Service (Trove) Deployment (TripleO) Devstack (DevStack) … April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 26 Incubator Bare metal (Ironic) Queue service (Marconi) Data processing (Sahara) Key management (Barbican) Related Rally (benchmarking system) Solum (platform as a service) Mistral (task management service) Designate (DNSaaS) Murano (application catalog)
  • 27. A fraction of OpenStack architecture April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 27
  • 28. DEMO
  • 29. Environment •  VirtualBox •  Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64bit •  OpenStack Icehouse (yay!) •  DevStack •  Offline (no Internet access is required) •  All-in-one node (2GB RAM minimum; 4GB recommended) April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 29
  • 30. Setup 1.  Import the provided appliance to VirtualBox 2.  Create vboxnet0 and vboxnet1 April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 30
  • 31. Setup 1.  Import the provided appliance to VirtualBox 2.  Create vboxnet0 and vboxnet1 3.  Attach vboxnet1 to Adapter 1 and vboxnet0 to Adapter 2 April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 31
  • 32. Setup 1.  Import the provided VM to VirtualBox 2.  Create vboxnet0 and vboxnet1 3.  Attach vboxnet1 to Adapter 1 and vboxnet0 to Adapter 2 4.  Start VM and login (u: ubuntu, p: ubuntu) 5.  Run OpenStack  $  ~/devstack/rejoin-­‐stack.sh   6.  Browse to http://10.10.1.2 7.  Follow my steps or play with it yourself User: admin / demo ; password: secrete   April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 32
  • 33. I challenge you to… •  Create a second virtual machine •  Configure it as an OpenStack Compute •  Attach it to your current OpenStack environment •  Make sure it runs smoothly Tips: Use Devstack $ ./stack.sh $ ./rejoin-stack.sh April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 33
  • 34. GET INVOLVED
  • 35. Become a contributor •  Propose blueprints •  https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Blueprints •  https://blueprints.launchpad.net/openstack •  Help implement blueprints •  Report bugs – http://launchpad.net/openstack •  Help users – http://ask.openstack.org •  Documentation / manuals – http://docs.openstack.org •  Blogging is yet another valuable way of contributing •  Spread the word of how awesome OpenStack is J April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 35
  • 36. Contacts and events •  Ask OpenStack – http://ask.openstack.org •  IRC - https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/IRC •  Mailing lists - https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/MailingLists •  User groups and meetups - http://meetup.com/openstack •  OpenStack Design Summit •  Every 6 months, 1 month after each release •  Packed with thousands of Stackers J •  Atlanta City, USA, May 2014 •  Europe (Berlin/Paris), November 2014! April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 36
  • 37. Useful links (1/2) •  Documentation - http://docs.openstack.org •  Training Guides - http://docs.openstack.org/training-guides/content/module001-intro- openstack.html •  +100 slide presentations - http://www.slideshare.net/openstack •  Dive into OpenStack Networking - http://blog.oddbit.com/2013/11/14/quantum-in-too-much-detail/ •  Community - http://www.openstack.org/community/ •  IRC - https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/IRC •  Mailing lists - https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/MailingLists •  Q&A - https://ask.openstack.org •  Planet OpenStack - http://planet.openstack.org April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 37
  • 38. Useful links (2/2) •  Statistics •  Activity Board - http://activity.openstack.org •  Stackalystics - http://www.stackalytics.com •  Job offers •  https://www.openstack.org/community/jobs/ •  http://www.indeed.com/q-Openstack-jobs.html •  OpenStack Reactions •  http://openstackreactions.enovance.com April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 38
  • 39. Q & A Thank you ENEI 2014April 12, 2014
  • 40. Final notes •  VMs and slides will be publicly shared •  Feel free to poke me for further questions or discussion •  I’m looking forward to collaborate with you! Don’t miss Thomas M. Bohnert’s presentation on ‘Cloud Computing’ tomorrow at 17h15! April 12, 2014 OpenStack 101 40
  • 41. OPENSTACK 101 Carlos Gonçalves   mail@cgoncalves.pt cgoncalves carlospt http://linkedin.com/in/carloseduardogoncalves ENEI 2014April 12, 2014