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Build a Cloud Day San Francisco - Ubuntu Cloud

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Ubuntu Cloud Product Manager, Nick Barcet provides an overview of how Ubuntu is building the operating system for the cloud.

Ubuntu Cloud Product Manager, Nick Barcet provides an overview of how Ubuntu is building the operating system for the cloud.

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  • 1. Ubuntu CloudBuilding the operating system for the cloudNick BarcetUbuntu Cloud Product Managernick.barcet@canonical.com
  • 2. Everybody is doing cloud on Ubuntu2 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 3. The platform for scale-out3 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 4. Everybody is doing cloud with Ubuntu ● 70% of ScalR customers ● 60% of Bitnamis customers ● More than 40% of all images on Amazon Ubuntu is the dominant OS on public clouds ● Certified cloud images program for Public Provides ● Continuous investment in ensuring most complete offering ● Streamlined experience from metal to cloud4 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 5. A vision of Open Cloud ● We share a common vision: → accelerating the move to utility style cloud computing ● No vendor lock-in ● Efficient delivery of services ● Reduction of complexity ● Open API ● Open Formats ● Open Source5 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 6. Customers deploying next-generation scale-out solutions require a secure, high-performance platform that can support demanding workloads. Ubuntu 12.04 LTS operating system on HP ProLiant servers offers the scalability and flexibility to manage big data, cloud and hyperscale applications. Scott Farrand, vice president, Infrastructure Software and Blades, HP.6 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 7. Supported, Certified and Compliant ● Ubuntu Cloud is built into Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS ● Free from licensing fees → deploy as much as you want ● Wide range of certified hardware, including full certification on HPs ProLiant line ● Ubuntu Advantage: enterprise ready support agreements - Compliance - Auditing - Management - IP insurance Included! ● Same bits regardless of payment7 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 8. Ubuntu as a Host to for clouds
  • 9. Xen in Ubuntu● Ubuntu is the perfect OS for DomU● Xen.org Dom0 is back in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS → Thanks for Citrixs effort to push it in Kernel● Fully supported option● A key components to build clouds on9 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 10. Leadership in physical provisioning, with MAAS ● Cloud thinking encourages better practices for bare-metal deployments ● Hyperscale deployments of big-data workloads or IaaS can consume thousands of machines ● With MAAS, the same principles used in the cloud can be applied on bare-metal ● MAAS provides a physical management layer that can be used as a back-end for Juju10 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 11. Landscape manages cloud infrastructures11 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 12. Ubuntu as a guest to clouds12 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 13. Why Ubuntu is the #1 OS on public clouds ● Free to use, free to scale ● Optional support available ● Lean, fast, and efficient ● Innovative components - Cloud-init - Local cloud mirrors - Specifically tuned images for cloud providers - Local image kernels ... ● Support for the latest cloud workloads ● Predictable release cycle ● A focus since 200813 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 14. “...Ubuntu is by far the best option for running fully virtualised infrastructure in the public cloud... it offers great native support for Amazon EC2 and other cloud platforms, as well as true computing elasticity with no licensing costs whatsoever.” James Loope, Head of Operations, Janrain14 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 15. Optimized for each cloud● Each cloud is different● Ubuntu always performs consistently● Optimal update mechanism● Regular, predictable, and notified updates of images● Certified cloud experience15 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 16. Cut the complexity with cloud-init● Multiplication of images causes ● Cloud-init allows specialization maintenance nightmare of instance at launch time● Image Sprawling is one of the ● Base all your workloads on the induced cost of virtualization same base image● Prevents agile deployments ● Switch base images and all your workloads get updated to the latest Ubuntu ● Support for cloud-init is one of our requirements for cloud certification16 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 17. Compliance, audit, assurance, support● Enjoy the same level of support on cloud as on traditional hardware● Pay by the hour*, instance, or as a scalable pack● Ubuntu Advantage Cloud Guest includes: - Compliance, management and audit from Landscape - Multi cloud management with Cloud Deck - Basic, standard or advanced support level - IP protection - Optional PSE● Consult with our experts* on select public clouds17 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 18. Services for public cloud providersOffering Ubuntu as a Guest● Enablement● Certification● Standardization● Mirror maintenance● Use of Ubuntu trademark● Certification18 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 19. 19 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 20. Cloud orchestration Distributed computing needs new tools that can deliver applications as services:● Automated ● Provision multiple architectures – public or private cloud, bare metal● Hands-off ● Provision to multiple cloud● Repeatable infrastructures (Amazon, OpenStack,● Cloud and HW independent VMWare, Eucalyptus etc..)● API driven ● Has a vibrant community building best (and worst) practices ● Integrate with monitoring and billing20 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 21. Introducing Juju Juju delivers applications as interconnected services ● Easy ● Can deploy OpenStack and Cloudfoundry in minutes ● Available today ● Supported today ● Innovative technology that bring value by its simplicity ● Uses Charms to define services ● Deploys on servers, public/private cloud or combinations of all21 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 22. Juju Charms A little Charm goes a long way ● Define how services deploy, update, scale and relate to other services. ● Can work with existing configuration management tools such as Puppet or Chef ● Designed to be very easy to re-use between teams and communities ● Available for over 75 different applications services from the online charm repository ● Facilitate rapid iteration of deployments to continually improve quality and integration22 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 23. ~75+ charms Jenkins23 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 24. Deploy in Seconds Bare metal Public Cloud Private Cloud24 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 25. Learning from Web Scale propertiesWeb scale flexibility isnt Scale horizontally usingachieved with vertical solutions smart Service Orchestration25 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 26. Metal As A Service - MAAS Teach your hardware the language of the cloud ● A new bare metal provisioning system to rapidly deploy Ubuntu across distributed systems. ● Scales services up or down as if they were in a cloud ● Add, commission, update and deploy physical servers at will ● Common protocols such as tftpboot and PXE ● Tightly integrated with Juju ● Provision systems in advance of Ubuntu Cloud being deployed.26 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
  • 27. References ubuntu.com/cloud juju.ubuntu.com try.cloud.ubuntu.com @UbuntuCloud27 Presentation by Mark Baker & Nick Barcet Ubuntu Cloud - 12.04 LTS
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  • 29. Thank youNick Barcetnick.barcet@canonical.com@nijabawww.ubuntu.com/cloud

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