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What to Expect in Eucalyptus 3.4 (And When)!

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The Eucalyptus Engineering and Product teams walk you through some of the features that are being considered for Eucalyptus 3.4, including those on the committed list as well as those on the 3.4 …

The Eucalyptus Engineering and Product teams walk you through some of the features that are being considered for Eucalyptus 3.4, including those on the committed list as well as those on the 3.4 backlog.

We will also spend a couple of minutes talking about scrum teams and the overall schedule for 3.4, followed by Q&A.

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  • 1. Eucalyptus 3.4 Roadmap
  • 2. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS: YOUR OWN AVAILABILITY ZONE • Industry-leading AWS Compatibility • EC2-compatible Compute • S3-compatible Object Storage and EBS-compatible Block Storage • Identity and Access Management (IAM) • Self-service Provisioning via web- based User Console
  • 3. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.3 HIGHLIGHTS 3 • New AWS-compatible Services: CloudWatch, Elastic Load Balancing (ELB), Auto Scaling • AWS Compatibility Improvements: Resource Tagging, Expanded Instance Types • Maintenance Mode for zero downtime cloud maintenance and greater application uptime
  • 4. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4 ROADMAP HIGHLIGHTS 4 AWS Compatibility • CloudWatch and ELB Improvements • IAM Roles • Support for additional AWS SDK’s Storage • Walrus Scalability Improvements with Pluggable Back-end High Availability (HA) • HA improvements including manual fail-over, placement control of services, and reduced fail-over time Security • Delineate privileged personas and related operations Cloud Management • Support for Warm Upgrades (no instance downtime) User Console • Hybrid User Console (for Eucalyptus and AWS) Image Management • Image management improvements Networking • Networking architecture improvements
  • 5. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4 ROADMAP HIGHLIGHTS 5 AWS Compatibility • CloudWatch and ELB Improvements • IAM Roles • Support for additional AWS SDK’s Storage • Walrus Scalability Improvements with Pluggable Back-end High Availability (HA) • HA improvements including manual fail-over, placement control of services, and reduced fail-over time Security • Delineate privileged personas and related operations Cloud Management • Support for Warm Upgrades (no instance downtime) User Console • Hybrid User Console (for Eucalyptus and AWS) Image Management • Image management improvements Networking • Networking architecture improvements
  • 6. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4 ROADMAP HIGHLIGHTS 6 AWS Compatibility • CloudWatch and ELB Improvements • IAM Roles • Support for additional AWS SDK’s Storage • Walrus Scalability Improvements with Pluggable Back-end High Availability (HA) • HA improvements including manual fail-over, placement control of services, and reduced fail-over time Security • Delineate privileged personas and related operations Cloud Management • Support for Warm Upgrades (no instance downtime) User Console • Hybrid User Console (for Eucalyptus and AWS) Image Management • Image management improvements Networking • Networking architecture improvements
  • 7. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4 ROADMAP HIGHLIGHTS 7 AWS Compatibility • CloudWatch and ELB Improvements • IAM Roles • Support for additional AWS SDK’s Storage • Walrus Scalability Improvements with Pluggable Back-end High Availability (HA) • HA improvements including manual fail-over, placement control of services, and reduced fail-over time Security • Delineate privileged personas and related operations Cloud Management • Support for Warm Upgrades (no instance downtime) User Console • Hybrid User Console (for Eucalyptus and AWS) Image Management • Image management improvements Networking • Networking architecture improvements
  • 8. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4: AWS COMPATIBILITY 8 • CloudWatch and ELB Improvements • IAM Roles • DNS Improvements • Improved S3 API compatibility • Support for additional AWS SDK’s
  • 9. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4: USER INTERFACE 9 • Autoscaling and Cloudwatch in User Console (3.3.1) • AWS Support for the User Console
  • 10. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4: IMAGE MANAGEMENT • Support bootable images • Creation of images from existing instances • VMware VMDK to EMI conversion • AWS AMI to EMI conversion • Enhance support for Windows image creation • Image creation and validation services 10
  • 11. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4 ROADMAP HIGHLIGHTS 11 AWS Compatibility • CloudWatch and ELB Improvements • IAM Roles • Support for additional AWS SDK’s Storage • Walrus Scalability Improvements with Pluggable Back-end High Availability (HA) • HA improvements including manual fail-over, placement control of services, and reduced fail-over time Security • Delineate privileged personas and related operations Cloud Management • Support for Warm Upgrades (no instance downtime) User Console • Hybrid User Console (for Eucalyptus and AWS) Image Management • Image management improvements Networking • Networking architecture improvements
  • 12. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4: CLOUD MANAGEMENT • Warm upgrade (no instance downtime) • Easy bootstrapping of different roles (canned roles / policies) • Logging improvements • Monitoring via Nagios plugins for Eucalyptus components 12
  • 13. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4: SECURITY 13 • Delineate privileged personas and related operations • Security hardening guide and best practices
  • 14. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4 ROADMAP HIGHLIGHTS 14 AWS Compatibility • CloudWatch and ELB Improvements • IAM Roles • Support for additional AWS SDK’s Storage • Walrus Scalability Improvements with Pluggable Back-end High Availability (HA) • HA improvements including manual fail-over, placement control of services, and reduced fail-over time Security • Delineate privileged personas and related operations Cloud Management • Support for Warm Upgrades (no instance downtime) User Console • Hybrid User Console (for Eucalyptus and AWS) Image Management • Image management improvements Networking • Networking architecture improvements
  • 15. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4: STORAGE 15 • Scalable Walrus with Pluggable Back-end (tech preview) • Separate data, management, iSCSI, and EBS traffic
  • 16. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4: HIGH AVAILABILITY • Manual failover of components • Placement control of services • Reduce failover time 16
  • 17. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. EUCALYPTUS 3.4: NETWORKING • Remove Cluster Controller (CC) from the data path (tech preview) 17
  • 18. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. FEEDBACK ALWAYS WELCOME! • How are you using Eucalyptus today in your organization? – Deployment, Use case, etc. • What features / improvements would make Eucalyptus a better solution for you? • Contact – Andy Knosp (andy@eucalyptus.com) – Shashi Mysore (shashi@eucalyptus.com) – File a feature request in Jira (https://eucalyptus.atlassian.net/ - Issue type: “New Feature”) 18
  • 19. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. PRODUCT LIFECYCLE Month 1 Month 2 Month 3 Month 4 Month 5 Month 6 Month 7 Month 8 Month 9 3.X Release Feature Dev QA / Hardening Sustaining 3.X.1 Dev Maintenance QA Sustaining 3.X.2 Dev Maintenance QA 3.(X+1) Release Feature Dev QA / Hardening 3.(X+1) Design/ Planning
  • 20. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. ENGINEERING SCHEDULE • Eucalyptus 3.3.1 – Development ends Aug 2 – Available Aug 26th • Eucalyptus 3.4 – Sprint 1 ends July 12 – Sprint 2 ends Aug 2 – Sprint 3 ends Aug 23 – QA hardening ends Sept 16 – QA package and release ends Oct 4 – Software availability Oct 8 – Generally available Oct 15th • Eucalyptus 3.5/4.0 (?) – Late Q1 CY 2014 20
  • 21. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. HOW TO PARTICIPATE • Agile Software Development model • Scrum team daily standups in the open • Join us for end of sprint Demo’s – Watch develop@eucalyptus.com, will be on Sprint close day – First one this Friday @ noon PT https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/204987334 • Ask questions in IRC – #eucalyptus-devel on Freenode • Join the developer alias, develop@eucalyptus.com 21 Team Stand up Freenode Channel User Console 12:30pm PT #eucalyptus-ui Image Mgmt 10:30pm PT #eucalyptus-images Services 10:00am PT #eucalyptus-services Storage 11:00am PT #eucalyptus-meeting
  • 22. © 2013 EUCALYPTUS SYSTEMS, INC. GET MORE IN DEPTH INFORMATION • Designs and Architecture – https://github.com/eucalyptus/architecture – https://github.com/eucalyptus/eucalyptus/wiki#developer-resources • Follow the 3.4 Release board – https://eucalyptus.atlassian.net/secure/RapidBoard.jspa?rapidView=64&quickFilter=438 22