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"OpenStack Cloud on Ubuntu: it is happening now!" by Nick Barcet, Ubuntu Cloud Product manager, Canonical

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  • 1. OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntuit is happening now!Nick BarcetUbuntu Cloud Product Managernick.barcet@canonical.com
  • 2. Everybody is doing cloud on Ubuntu2 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 3. The platform for scale-out3 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 4. Everybody is doing cloud on Ubuntu● HP● ATT● Ericsson● Rackspace● Mercado Libre● Internap● ... All build their clouds on Ubuntu + OpenStack4 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 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 Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 6. Hybrid Cloud – Combining public and private IaaS● Public and private clouds are not antagonist any longer● We make it possible to deploy private clouds that can be connected to all of the major public clouds: Rackspace, HP and more.● AWSOME provides EC2 API compliance for OpenStack● Landscapes Cloud Deck provides a single EC2 connecting point to multiple clouds, with a clear dashboard to control your deployments6 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 7. “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.7 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 8. More than the sum of its parts Landscape and Cloud deck Ubuntu server as guest AWSOME Public clouds Ubuntu cloud Juju Storage infrastructure KVM, Xen LXC MAAS Ubuntu server x86 ARM8 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 9. Velocity and agility in devops ● Ubuntu includes a micro cloud capability → allows for developers to test in similar conditions as deployment ● Services orchestration tool for any cloud or bare metal → Juju reduces further the friction between development and operations ● Re-use deployment patterns contributed to and from the community as well as shared internally ● Supports agile deployment process with very short iterations9 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 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 Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 11. 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.11 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 12. The Hyperscale eraDeploy rapidly with ease in one move12 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 13. Agility in action with Juju, MAAS, OpenStack on Ubuntu13 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 14. Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure● The simplest way to deploy an OpenStack cloud● Ubuntu is the reference platform for OpenStack deployments● 12.04 LTS is a long term term release that will support future releases of OpenStack until 2014● Tremendous effort has gone into the integration and testing of OpenStack in Ubuntu to create Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure14 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 15. Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure is OpenStackAn IaaS stack based on 5 pillars (in Essex) and growingOpenstack Compute (aka Nova) Openstack Identity (aka Keystone)● Delivers instances and disk space on ● Central identity management for all OpenStack demand to run Ubuntu Cloud Guest components or most other Operating Systems. ● Logical equivalent to AWS IAM● Logical equivalent to AWS EC2 and EBS Openstack Dashboard (aka Horizon)Openstack Image Service (aka Glance) ● The base building block for end-user facing portals● Delivers machines images locally and remotely● Ubuntu Cloud Guest enabled● Logical equivalent of AWS AMI ServerOpenstack Object Storage (aka Swift)● Delivers Peta-scale object storage capabilities with redundancy built-in.● Logical equivalent to AWS S315 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 16. Ubuntu Cloud Archive roadmap16 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 17. Ubuntu Cloud Archive roadmap17 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 18. Compatibility, flexibility, scalability, compliance and assurance Why chose Ubuntu for your cloud:● Canonical can jumpstart your cloud● Depth and quality to deploy a large cloud● Compatibility with EC2 and OpenStack API● Freedom of choice● Massive Scalability● High Availability● Backing from a worldwide community of more than 70 organizations● Management tools such as Landscape● Cloud Deck for Hybrid cloud coordination18 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 19. “Ubuntu is the de facto standard for cloud building... with seamless scalability and no additional licensingcosts for additional servers and instances, it provides all the flexibility and scalability we need.” Alejandro Comisario, Senior Analyst and Cloud Builder, Mercadolibre19 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 20. Turnkey cloud-in-a-week: Jumpstart Ubuntu Cloud Jumpstart● We help you make the key choices around storage, compute and compatibility● We help you deploy the needed components● We provide tools to give you visibility and management control of the infrastructure High Level Deliverables● A planning framework that enables you to make essential, core architecture decisions based on your specific needs and the rapidly evolving state of the various components that provide those services● One Canonical Services Engineer for five days● A seed Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure deployment on up to 20 x86 servers● Limited opportunistic integration of this cloud infrastructure with existing related systems on your premises● Training on key tools and processes to support your cloud Pricing● USD $9000 for five days on-site● Plus travel and accommodation for Canonical staff20 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 21. Support and Assurance for your cloudUbuntu Advantage Cloud Infrastructure● Expertise with the delivery of Ubuntu ● OpenStack + Hypervisor + OS support Cloud solutions through Canonical ● Landscape management tool Services. ● Cloud Deck● Subject matter experts in Ubuntu and ● IP protection OpenStack● Direct support of Canonical Support Analysts and L3 Engineers● Unified services and support to ● Standard (business hours) provide continuous support levels during design, delivery and ongoing ● Advanced (24x7) support and maintenance ● Optional PSE21 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 22. “Ubuntu was the natural choice for our public cloud. Its tight OpenStack integration means we can respond to customer needs faster. As our cloud business continues to grow, this lets us focus on up-the-stack services our customers want.” Ken Pepple, Director of Cloud Development, Internap22 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 23. Canonical partners with eNovance● Canonical and eNovance collaborate on upstream OpenStack features● eNovance and Canonical deliver joint engagements to customers● eNovance is an official Ubuntu Advantage Cloud partner● eNovance and Canonical provide the best expertise for successful OpenStack deployments and the tools to make your cloud profitable, useful and easy to maintain.23 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
  • 24. References ubuntu.com/cloud juju.ubuntu.com try.cloud.ubuntu.com @UbuntuCloud24 Presentation by Nick Barcet OpenStack Clouds on Ubuntu
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  • 26. Thank youNick Barcetnick.barcet@canonical.com@nijabawww.ubuntu.com/cloud