A Strategy for Delivering Workloads Between On-premise Eucalyptus IaaS and AWS

A Strategy for Delivering Workloads Between On-premise Eucalyptus IaaS and AWS






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A Strategy for Delivering Workloads Between On-premise Eucalyptus IaaS and AWS A Strategy for Delivering Workloads Between On-premise Eucalyptus IaaS and AWS Presentation Transcript

  • A Strategy for DeliveringWorkloads Between On-premise Eucalyptus IaaS and AWS Bill Shelton Rich Wolski General Manager CTO and Co-founder AWS Eucalyptus
  • Audience Poll
  • AWS Cloud Computing Benefits No Up-Front Low Cost Pay Only for Capital Expense What You Use Self-Service Easily Scale Improve Agility & Infrastructure Up and Down Time-to-Market Deploy
  • AWS Adoption Infrastructure-as-a-Service Market Share Leader The Wall Street Journal, Meet the Rainmakers
  • AWS is leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud IaaS
  • AWS - Hundreds of Thousands of Customers in 190 Countries
  • EucalyptusEucalyptus provides benefits such as ... Flexibility Automation Speed Trust Self-Service Self-Service Dynamic Resource Resource Resource Resource Chargeback Configuration Provisioning Management and Reporting Infrastructure as a Service
  • Eucalyptus IaaS SolutionAn enterprise open source,Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)software platformWeb services API to enable Self-serviceableinfrastructureCompute, network, storage and identity resources are Virtual Resourcesaccessible as servicesVirtual resource management orchestrates resourceplacement, handles security & traffic isolation,identity and storagePhysical resource management tools interface withhypervisor, storage, and network infrastructure
  • Eucalyptus Customers
  • Eucalyptus Usage
  • AWS – Eucalyptus Partnership
  • Workload Migration between On-Premise IT and AWS Common Management Tools IAM EC2 EBS AMI S3 EMI Walrus EIAM ClLC SC • Low Cost • Agility and Instant Elasticity • Layer over multi-vendor • Open and Flexible • Multi-vendor Virtualization complexity • Secure • Multi-vendor Storage • Separate application logic from • Data center Networking infrastructure • Infrastructure Meshed • Create LDAP/AD to IAM bridge Applications
  • Customer BenefitsFlexibility:• Customers have the added flexibility to more freely move workloads between their existing IT environments and the AWS cloud.• Customers can run applications in their existing datacenters that are compatible with popular Amazon Web Services such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).Use of common toolsets:• Customers can take advantage of a common set of API’s that work across both AWS and Eucalyptus.• Customers can use scripts and other management tools across both platforms without having to rewrite or maintain environment specific versions.• Customers can leverage their existing skills and knowledge of the AWS platform by using the same, familiar AWS SDKs and command line tools in their existing data centers.
  • Customer Success Story“As a user of both Amazon Web Services and Eucalyptus, this partnership willprovide us with even greater flexibility and scalability for our clouddeployments.”“We believe the ability to seamlessly move mission-critical applications andworkloads between Amazon EC2 and the Eucalyptus on-premise Infrastructureas a Service platform will significantly transform our operations and provide abusiness advantage in the competitive hospitality industry.” Scott Johnson VP of Enterprise Engineering InterContinental Hotel Group
  • Q&A
  • Next Steps For more information visit: http://www.eucalyptus.com/participate https://aws.amazon.com/eucalyptus