OpenStack in Action 4! Franz Meyer - What Use Case does Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform solves?

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OpenStack in Action 4! Franz Meyer - What Use Case does Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform solves?

  1. 1. Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform & Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure What & What use cases ? Franz MEYER VP, EMEA Strategic Business Development fmeyer@redhat.com OpenStack in Action 4 ! - Paris – 5th December 2013
  2. 2. 1 # OPEN SOURCE LEADER MORE THAN 90% of FORTUNE 500 COMPANIES use RED HAT OFFICES WORLDWIDE PRODUCTS & SOLUTIONS. * S EA EL TR RS INUX FI L 1993 19992002 EO ISE PR ER NT FE ISE PR ER 00 NT P5 E D S& AT SE D H LEA OINS RE RE J 2007 2009 * Red Hat client data, 2013 N TIO I ZA AL TU VIR 2010 2011 2012 CEO JIM WHITEHURST D D SE IRE U EA CQ EL A A SE R T MI D RI LY RP UIRE O P TE N & CQ T E IQ A CE F E UR HI NS NAG SO E E S OP MA FU 2013
  3. 3. COMPANY REVENUE FY 2003 – FY 2014 400 350 300 1 DOLLAR OPEN SOURCE COMPANY ( i n m l l i ons ) i the FIRST $ BILLION 250 200 150 100 50 0 FY '04 FY '06 BOOKINGS BY CHANNEL FY2013 FY '08 FY '10 FY '12 GLOBAL BOOKINGS FY2013 in the WORLD INDIRECT 62% FY '14 APAC 16% DIRECT 38% AMERICAS 59% Source: Red Hat, Inc. By running tests and executing numerous examples for specific teams, we were able to prove […] not only would the solution work, but it will perform better & at a fraction of the costs. —MICHAEL BLAKE, Director, Systems & Architecture EMEA 25%
  4. 4. RED HAT PRODUCT PROCESS 100,000+ PROJECTS PARTICIPATE (upstream projects) INTEGRATE (community platforms) STABILIZE (supported products platforms, and solutions) We participate in and create communitypowered upstream projects. We integrate upstream projects, fostering open community platforms. We commercialize these platforms together with a rich ecosystem of services and certifications. We enable software and hardware partners, customers, and academia to participate at every stage of development. Selecting enterprise-level open source products allow us to be more proactive. There is no vendor lock-in and more importantly, we are guaranteed technical support. —YOA CHUNYANG, Assistant General Manager, IT Operation Assurance
  5. 5. RED HAT & YOUR BUSINESS: SUBSCRIPTION MODEL UPDATES PATCHES MISSIONCRITICAL UPGRADES MULTILINGUAL MULTI-VENDOR CASE OWNERSHIP SECURITY RESPONSE TEAM STABILITY WITH A PRODUCT LIFECYCLE OF UP TO 10 YEARS SOFTWARE CERTIFICATION 24/7 GLOBAL SUPPORT SERVICES CUSTOMER PORTAL & FORUMS HARDWARE CERTIFICATION UNLIMITED INCIDENTS SOFTWARE ASSURANCE AWARD-WINNING SUPPORT OPTIONAL TRAINING CURRICULA AVAILABLE KNOWLEDGEBASE We came to the decision that Red Hat would be better for our environment because the support we received from Red Hat was outstanding… —DAVE DIPIAZZA, Manager, Internet services YEARS AWARDED: 2011 2012 2013
  6. 6. Community → Enterprise
  7. 7. RED HAT SOLUTIONS MANAGEMENT CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE RED HAT JBOSS OPERATIONS NETWORK IT ADMINS PaaS / DevOps Online & On Premise Platform-as-a-Service DEVOPS RED HAT NETWORK Management systems SATELLITE Open hybrid cloud management RED HAT ENTERPRISE Physical servers Virtual servers CLOUD BUILDERS Cloud servers VIRTUALIZATION Network and storage infrastructure Infrastructure-as-a-Service We particularly value the ability of the Red Hat solutions to adapt to our needs and to our global infrastructure... This has given us greater flexibility and capacity for innovation. —JUSTO STOLL, Integration, Middleware, and Application Services Domain Head
  8. 8. 1 OF 8 PLATINUM MEMBERS OF OPENSTACK FOUNDATION
  9. 9. #3 OVERALL CODE CONTRIBUTOR TO ESSEX (Apr 2012)
  10. 10. #2 OVERALL CODE CONTRIBUTOR TO FOLSOM (Oct 2012)
  11. 11. #1 OVERALL CODE CONTRIBUTOR TO GRIZZLY (Apr 2013)
  12. 12. #1 OVERALL CODE CONTRIBUTOR TO HAVANA (Nov 2013)
  13. 13. RED HAT DEVELOPMENT POWERHOUSE Corporate contributions to OpenStack OBJECTIF-LIBRE KTH INSTITUTE OF TECH. CENTRIN NIMBIS SERVICES BLUE BOX GROUP CLOUDSCALING UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE NTT POLYCOM CITRIX CITRIX SYSTEMS IWEB TECH 99CLOUD 0 NICIRA SWIFTSTACK B1 SYSTEMS METACLOUD NEBULA SOLIDFIRE CISCO SYSTEMS YAHOO! DREAMHOST (04 APR to 16 OCT 2013) UNITEDSTACK CANONICAL INTEL NEC VMWARE ENOVANCE 500 SUSE OPEN STACK FOUNDATION 1000 MIRANTIS 1500 RED HAT NUMBE R OF C OMMI T S IBM 2000 RACKSPACE OPENSTACK HAVANA RELEASE HP 2500 COMPANY / ORGANIZATION * * Includes only the top 35. Source: Bitergia OpenStack Havana Analysis, October 17, 2013 blog.bitergia.com/2013/10/17/the-openstack-havana-release Red Hat Enterprise Linux allows us to sustain the performance and high level of service that we currently provide to our students. —MARK WEIGEL, Lead UNIX Team, Unviversity of Oklahoma IT Department
  14. 14. Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform Why do these stasistics matter? ● Proof that Red Hat has skills, resources to: ● ● Influence strategy and direction of project ● ● Drive new features ● ● Support customers Enable partner collaboration Wide ranging participation, contrasts with most others who are more narrowly focused RHEL-OSP is an enterprise-grade distribution with ecosystem, lifecycle, and support that customers expect from Red Hat
  15. 15. Where does OpenStack fit in?
  16. 16. HOW DO WE GET FROM COMMUNITY OPENSTACK TO RED HAT OPENSTACK?
  17. 17. OpenStack Progression ● ● ● ● ● ● Open source, communitydeveloped (upstream) software Founded by Rackspace Hosting and NASA Managed by the OpenStack Foundation Vibrant group of developers collaborating on open source cloud infrastructure ● ● ● ● ● Software distributed under the Apache 2.0 license ● No certifications, no support ● Latest OpenStack software, packaged in a managed open source community ● ● Facilitated by Red Hat Aimed at architects and developers who want to create, test, collaborate ● Freely available, not for sale ● Six-month release cadence mirroring community ● No certification, no support Installs on Red Hat and derivatives ● ● Enterprise-hardened OpenStack software Delivered with an enterprise life cycle Six-month release cadence offset from community releases to allow testing Aimed at long-term production deployments Certified hardware and software through the Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network Supported by Red Hat Installs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux only
  18. 18. PRODUCT RELEASE CADENCE ● RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX OPENSTACK PLATFORM ● 6 month cadence ● Roughly 2 months AFTER upstream ● ● Initially 1 year lifecycle ● ● Time to stabilize, certify, backport etc. Will increase lifecycle over time based on upstream stability and customer requirements Hardware and application certifications from RHEL carry over to RHEL OpenStack Platform ● Consistent ecosystem of partners
  19. 19. Why Red Hat OpenStack? ● Red Hat brings what OpenStack really needs... ● Supportability ● Stability & Code Maturity ● Certified Ecosystem ● Lifecycle ● Support for the entire stack from one vendor ● ● Stable, mature and trusted Linux Operating System ● Secure, high performance virtualisation ● Storage ● 19 OpenStack Components Software Defined Networking
  20. 20. Why certifications are important ? (1) ● Users/Customers will run third party applications & Softwares which will be supported by their vendors only on Certified OS : ● ● 20 MS Windows Server Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  21. 21. Why certifications are important ? (2) ● MS Windows Server & Red Hat Enterprise Linux are supported by Microsoft and Red Hat only on Certified Hardware and Hypervisors : ● ● RHEV-H (Kvm) ● 21 VMware ESX/vCenter Microsoft HyperV
  22. 22. Why certifications are important ? (3) ● 22 Certified Hypervisors (VMware ESX/vCenter, RHEV-H (Kvm), Microsoft HyperV) are only supported on Certified Hardware physical Servers
  23. 23. Why certifications are important ? (4) ● ● ● ● So if you run a non certified hypervisor with your OpenStack, you will have no support from hardware vendors, OS vendors, and Application & thrid party software vendors !!  select & use an OpenStack Platform with a Certified Hypervisor  RHEV-H (kvm) is certified on RHEL, MS Windows Server, Physical HW Servers  select RHEL OpenStack Platform which include RHEV-H (kvm) (and other certified Hypervisor support will be announced shortly...) 23
  24. 24. WHAT IF MY WORKLOADS ARE MOSTLY TRADITIONAL?
  25. 25. VIRTUALIZATION AND CLOUD ARE CONVERGING BARE METAL VIRTUALIZATION BASED PRIVATE CLOUD CLOUD-ENABLED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE CLOUDS TRADITIONAL APPS CLOUD APPS CHASM SCALE-UP ARCHITECTURE SCALE-OUT ARCHITECTURE
  26. 26. BRING THEM TOGETHER WITH AN OPEN PRIVATE CLOUD SOLUTION UNIFIED CLOUD MANAGEMENT TRADITIONAL APPS CLOUD APPS OPEN HYBRID CLOUD SCALE-UP ARCHITECTURE SCALE-OUT ARCHITECTURE MULTIPLE HETEROGENEOUS RESOURCE POOLS TRADITIONAL AND CLOUD APPLICATION MODELS
  27. 27. Three major issues with traditional architecture... ● Our data is too large ● ● ● We're producing vast amounts of data, exponentially! Way past the ability of traditional systems & applications Service requests are too large ● ● ● More and more client devices coming online Much harder to maintain service to customers Applications weren't written to cope with demand
  28. 28. A different kind of architecture... TRADITIONAL WORKLOADS ● ● ● ● ● Stateful virtual machines Big VMs: vCPU, vRAM, local storage inside VM Application SLA aligned to VM itself Relies on underlying HA technology to meet SLA goals CLOUD WORKLOADS ● ● ● ● VMs scale up: add vCPU, vRAM, etc. ● ● Applications not designed to tolerate failure of VMs ● Stateless VMs, application distributed Small VMs: vCPU, vRAM, storage separate Application SLA not dependent on any one VM Many instances can provide application availability Applications scale out: add more VMs Applications designed to tolerate failure of VMs
  29. 29. Or an easier analogy... PETS = TRADITIONAL WORKLOADS ● Pets are given names like ● FARM ANIMALS = CLOUD WORKLOADS rover.internal.redhat.com ● ● They are unique, lovingly hand raised and cared for When they get ill you nurse them back to health Credit : Tim Bell @ CERN Labs, Bill Baker @ Microsoft, and others ● ● ● Farm animals have tag numbers like piggie242.redhat.com They are almost identical to each other When they get ill you get another one
  30. 30. Where does OpenStack fit in? OpenStack provides an elastic cloud platform for these new workloads
  31. 31. Typical OpenStack Use Cases ● Service provider offering ● ● Internal cloud offering ● ● Re-sell compute, networking and storage resources as a new cloud provider to other organisations “Infrastructure-on-demand” service for internal customers Large-scale web applications or content farms ● Dynamically scale based on load ● e.g. Netflix, PayPal, eBay
  32. 32. OpenStack is not a replacement for enterprise virtualisation
  33. 33. RED HAT CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE VIRTUALIZATION TO PRIVATE CLOUD BUILD AND RUN YOUR OPEN HYBRID CLOUD You need more than OpenStack VIRTUALIZATION & MANAGEMENT HYBRID MANAGEMENT & ORCHESTRATION CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE & AUTOMATION
  34. 34. MANAGE TRADITIONAL WORKLOADS ON MIXED INFRASTRUCTURE ● SCENARIO: ● ● ● ● ● SOLUTION: ● DEPLOYMENT: Investment in VMware vSphere Want to extend virtualization footprint at lower cost Want additional private cloud functionality without locking in to a single-vendor stack Planning to use OpenStack in future Title:RHELOSP_logotyp Creator:Adobe Illustrato CreationDate:6/3/13 LanguageLevel:2 Bare Metal
  35. 35. VISION FOR A RED HAT OPEN HYBRID CLOUD
  36. 36. RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION TRADITIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE FOR TRADITIONAL WORKLOADS ● TRADITIONAL VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTION ● ● ● ● Leading performance: Top virtualization benchmarks for performance and scalability Cost-effective: Lower TCO and higher ROI than competitive platforms Enterprise-ready: Powerful mix of enterprise features and a rich set of IHV and ISV partners Open: Offers choice and interoperability with no proprietary lock-in Cross-platform: Optimized for Microsoft Windows and Linux guests
  37. 37. RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX OPENSTACK PLATFORM CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE FOR CLOUD-ENABLED WORKLOADS ● Modular architecture ● Designed to easily scale out ● Based on (growing) set of core services
  38. 38. RED HAT CLOUDFORMS ENTERPRISE SCALE CLOUD OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
  39. 39. CLOUDFORMS Capabilities 39 Red Hat Confidential | Do Not Distribute
  40. 40. OPTIONAL : RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX OPENSTACK PLATFORM AND RED HAT STORAGE RED HAT STORAGE  RUN ON HE SAME SERVERS AS NOVA COMPUTE NODES  COMBINED NOVA IMAGE STORE AND STORAGE SERVICE PROVIDER  SCALE-OUT WITHOUT METADATA SERVER BOTTLENECKS SCALE-OUT FILESYSTEM for A COMPREHENSIVE CLOUD STACK FROM A SINGLE PROVIDER
  41. 41. OpenShift is PaaS / DevOps by Red Hat Multi-language, Auto-Scaling, Self-service, Elastic, Cloud Application Platform AWS / CloudForms / OpenStack / RHEV / VMware / Bare Metal
  42. 42. RED HAT OPENSTACK: MOVING FORWARD ● Continued focus on OpenStack core ● Management tools for OpenStack ● Deliver in stages ● ● ● Tooling for installation and configuration management (Based around Foreman) Centralized Management Platform Focus on delivering Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure ● Leverage OpenStack Services within RHEV ● Allow customers to deploy a single platform ● Deploy cloud and traditional workloads ● Provide on-ramp to OpenStack and cloud workloads
  43. 43. RED HAT CLOUD SERVICES ● Training ● ● CL210 Red Hat OpenStack Administration ● ● RH318 Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Administration CL220R Red Hat CloudForms Administration Certification ● ● ● Red Hat Certified Virtualization Administrator Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in OpenStack IaaS Consulting ● Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Accelerator ● Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform Accelerator ● Red Hat Open IaaS Architecture Service
  44. 44. NEXT STEPS ● LEARN more – – http://www.redhat.com/openstack/ – ● http://www.redhat.com/products/cloud-computing/virtualization/ http://www.redhat.com/products/cloud-computing/cloud-infrastructure/ BUILD competency – – ● http://www.redhat.com/training/paths/cloud-virtualization.html http://www.redhat.com/products/cloud-computing/openstack/ ENGAGE Red Hat ● http://www.redhat.com/partners/become/cloud/
  45. 45. Q : WHO WILL BE THE RED HAT OF OPENSTACK? A: RED HAT WILL
  46. 46. THANK YOU. RedHatVideos Want to keep In touch? on YouTube youtube.com/RedHatVideos Red Hat on Facebook facebook.com/RedHatInc Red Hat on LinkedIn linkedin.com/company/3545 @RedHatNews on Twitter twitter.com/RedHatNews

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