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    • Strategic Partners Training Red Hat {Enterprise Linux, Enterprise Virtualization, MGR, Satellite, Directory Server} GLOBAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT – LATIN AMERICA OWN THE NEW NOW
    • Red Hat Inc. Red Hat Latin Americañ  Offices Worldwide contacts:ñ  Pioneer in the subscription ñ  Roberto Marineli model for open source Alliance Executive rmarineli@redhat.comñ  100% Open Source ñ  Filipe Miranda Solutions Architectñ  Latin America Offices: Brazil, Red Hat Linux & Virtualization México, Chile, Colombia, Peru fmiranda@redhat.com and Argentina. ñ  Diógenes Rettori Solutions Architect Middleware & Java Appls drettori@redhat.com
    • Red Hats Portfolio Red Hat Enterprise Linux l Virtualization l Volume management, l High Availability l Multi-path I/OPlatform l Clustered storage l LAMP stack l JBoss Enterprise Application Platform l JBoss Enterprise Data Services l JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform l JBoss Enterprise Frameworks l JBoss Communications Platform l JBoss Enterprise Developer Studio l JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform l MRG MessagingMiddleware l JBoss Enterprise BRMS l Cloud & Management l Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization — Red Hat Network Satellite — Hypervisor — JBoss Operations Network — Manger for ServerIntegration
 — Red Hat Directory Server — Manager for DesktopSolutions — Red Hat Certification System Red Hat Consulting Red Hat Training &
 CertificationServices Red Hat Support
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Simplified Portfolio Offerings available Solution available prior to November 2010 November 2010RHEL (up to 2 RHEL for VMware sockets)RHEL Advanced RHEL as a Virtual Red Hat Enterprise Linux Platform Guest Server Note: Subscription price based on number of socket-pairs in a physical server
    • Red Hat Enterprise LinuxOne Solution 3 options # Virtual Machines 1 4 ∞ 1 RHEL VM 4 RHEL VMs Unlimited RHEL VMs Per Socket-Pair Socket ≠ Core
    • Example using 2 and 4 sockets 1 2 sockets 1 RHEL VM ∞ Unlimited RHEL VM 4 sockets
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Subscription Core – Addons – Technical Support Servers Technical (x86) Add-Ons Support (optional software) One solution – three Seven add-ons Three options editions High Availability 1 Load Balancer Self Support 1 RHEL VM Resilient Storage Standard Scalable File System Premium 4 Smart Management 4 RHEL VMs High Performance Network Red Hat Enterprise Linux Extended Update Support Server ∞ Unlimited RHEL VMs
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Add-ons Optional Software Provides on-demand failover to make applications highly available. Ideal for customers looking for contingency IT environments. Provides load balancing for web serving, databases, networking, and storage. Enables a shared storage to access the same storage device over a network. Ideal for customers looking for Data consistency, avoid redundant data and facilitate data backup. Provides support for a high-performance file systems particularly proficient at handling large files and at offering smooth data transfers. Ideal for Media industry that handles large video and image data files. Includes management, and provisioning support modules for Red Hat Network and Red Hat Network Satellite. Ideal for customers that need improved management capabilities. Delivers Infiniband support. Ideal for customer using supercomputers to simulate, visualize or compute reducing the completion times of compute-intensive tasks, which normally take months or weeks, to merely days or even hours in a multitude of different industrial and research areas. Delivers only security updates instead of the full update stack. Ideal for customers dealing with extremely critical environments.
    • High Availability ArchitectureSAN
    • SAN
    • Load Balancer ArchitctureSAN
    • Global File System ArchitectureSAN
    • Smart Management Multiple administrators which can manage specifcEasily Group Systems and manage groups Schedule the updates forobtain them as one maintenance windowssecurity Multiple state RemovCreate profiles forupdatedifferent systems rollback, undo mistakes easilys, epatche undesi Create channels to manage onfiguration filess, and red version and their historynew OS packagversion ess
    • Technical Support Options
    • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization GLOBAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT – LATIN AMERICA
    • RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION OVERVIEWl  Advanced KVM hypervisor technology and enterprise grade centralized management l  Server and Desktop Virtualization RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION MANAGERl  Highest level of kernel level security and isolation with SELinuxl  Large eco-system of thousands of hardware and software vendorsl  Up to 70% cost savings relative to VMware RED HAT ENTERPRISEl  Supported Guests: VIRTUALIZATION HYPERVISOR
    • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Features GLOBAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT – LATIN AMERICA
    • RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATIONSystem Scheduler and Power Saver
    • RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION Monitoring Red Hat NetworkPlataforma de Gerenciamento
    • RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION MANAGEMENT FEATURESFeature DescriptionHigh Availability Restart guest VMs from failed hosts automatically on other hostsLive Migration Move running VM between hosts with zero downtimeSystem Scheduler Continuously load balance VMs based on resource usage/policiesPower Saver Concentrate virtual machines on fewer servers during off-peak hours No downtime for virtual machines during planned maintenance windows.Maintenance Manager Hypervisor patchingImage Management Template based provisioning, thin provisioning and snapshotsMonitoring & Reporting For all objects in system – VM guests, hosts, networking, storage etc.OVF Import/Export Import and export VMs and templates using OVF filesV2V Convert VMs from VMware and RHEL/Xen to RHEV
    • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 2.2 Architecture
    • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.0 Architecture
    • RHEV 3.0 Performance and Scalability
    • RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION RHEV MANAGER Search driven UI makes managing thousands of objects easy Bookmarks – dynamic filters and other advanced GUI functions Cross-correlate information across users, VMs, hosts, applications, status etc.
    • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Virtual Desktops (VDI) Architecture
    • RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION DESKTOP MANAGEMENTFeature DescriptionConnection Broker Users log into connection broker and connect to their desktopSPICE - HD HD quality streaming video support 30+fpsSPICE - audio/video Bi-directional audio/video for VoIP/video-conferencingSPICE – USB USB 2.0 devices + guest connectivity policySPICE - multi-monitor Supports 4 monitorsDesktop pools Automatic, manual and time-lease poolsSecurity SE-Linux to isolate virtual deskops, SSL encapsulatedGuest support Windows XP, Windows 7, RHEL 5, RHEL 6Thin client support Any Windows XP/XPe, RHEL 5/6, HP, Devon, IGEL, 10zig, Wyse
    • RED HAT ENTERPRISE VIRTUALIZATION USER PORTAL Access from Internet Explorer or Firefox on PC or thin client User can start and stop the VM, access the console and select remote protocol – SPICE or RDP Or the portal can automatically launch a single VM for the user
    • Subscription Model for RHEVPer Socket
    • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization business model
    • RHEV-H RHEV-MRHEV (includes RHEV-Hand RHEV-M)Per physical socket
    • RHEL RHEL RHEL RHEL RHEL RHELRHEV-H RHEV-MRHEL (Choose)1, 4 or unlimited RHELvirtual machines RHEV2, 4 or 8 sockets Per physicalStandard or Premium socket
    • Choose the right option for your virtualization environment
    • RHEL RHEL RHEL RHEL RHEL RHEL RHEV-MRHEL (Choose)1, 4 or unlimited RHELvirtual machines RHEV2, 4 or 8 sockets Per physicalStandard or Premium socket
    • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization VDI Business model
    • RHEV-H 200 concurrent users RHEV-M 200/25 = 8 packs of 25 virtual desktops Subscriptions to RHEL Desktops and Microsoft Windows licenses not included. RHEV Per physical socket
    • Sizing Virtualizationhttps://roianalyst.alinean.com/redhat/rhev/
    • About Red Hat Enterprise MRGl  Integrated platform for high performance distributed computing l  High speed, interoperable, open standard Messaging l  Deterministic, low-latency Realtime kernel l  High performance & throughput computing Grid scheduler for distributed workloads and Cloud computing
    • MRG Messagingn  Enterprise Messaging System that l  Implements AMQP (Advanced Message Queuing Protocol), the first open messaging standard l  Participation from Red Hat, JPMC, Goldman, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Borse, Barclays, Bank of America, Microsoft, Cisco, etc l  Spans all use cases in one implementation to consolidate architectural silos (fast messaging, reliable messaging, large file transfer, publish/subscribe, eventing, etc) l  Uses Linux-specific optimizations to achieve breakthrough performance on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and MRG Realtime l  Runs on non-Linux platforms without the full performance and quality of service benefits that Red Hat Enterprise Linux providesn  Provides open, high performance system for everything from financial exchanges to infrastructure management
    • What is AMQP?An Open Standard for Middleware: u  Middleware: software that connects other software together. Middleware connects islands of automation, both within an enterprise and out to external systems.Why it is different: u  A straight-forward and complete solution for business messaging u  Cost effective for pervasive deployment u  Totally open (developed in partnerships) u  Created by users and technologists(Messaging, OS, and Network) working together u  Made to satisfy real needs (needs to also provide things like IVQ, LVQ, Replay, ...)AMQP = Internet Protocol for Business Messaging
    • The AMQP ModelThe AMQP Architecture specifies modular components and rules as thebuilding blocksExchanges l  The “Exchange” receives messages from publisher applications and routes these to queues, based on arbitrary criteria—typically topic & message headersQueues l  The “Queue” stores messages until they can be safely processed by a consumer application (or multiple applications)Bindings l  The “Binding” defines the relationship between a queue and an exchange and provides the message routing criteria
    • MRG Realtimen  Enables applications and transactions to run predictably, with guaranteed response times l  Provides microsecond accuracyn  Provides competitive advantage & meets SLAs l  Travel web site: missed booking l  Program trading: missed trades l  Command & Control: life & deathn  Upgrades RHEL 5 to realtime OS l  Provides replacement kernel for RHEL 5; x86/x86_64 l  Preserves RHEL Application Compatibilityn  Red Hat Leads Upstream Linux Realtime Development l  maintainer, wrote 90% of code base
    • Realtime Java With MRG Realtimen  Standard Java deployments typically have highly undeterministic performance—especially because of garbage collectionn  JSR 1 provides a realtime specification for Java and realtime JVMs l  Requires an underlying realtime operating system to provide priority inheritance and preemption—like realtime Linux! l  Provides deterministic garbage collection, realtime threads, and deterministic performance Red Hat and IBM have partnered to delivern  Red Hat has partnered with IBM and Realtime Java on Realtime Linux Sun to certify their Realtime JVMs for for the US Navy DDG 1000 Zumwalt MRG Realtime Class Destroyer Program
    • MRG - Gridn  Provides leading High Performance & High Throughput Computing l  Brings advantages of scale-out and flexible deployment to any application or workload l  Delivers better asset utilization, allowing applications to take advantage of all available computing resourcesn  Enables building cloud infrastructure and aggregating multiple clouds l  Integrated support for virtualization as well as public clouds l  Seamlessly aggregates multiple cloud resources into one compute pooln  Provides seamless and flexible computing across: l  Local grids l  Remote grids l  Private and hybrid clouds l  Public clouds (Amazon EC2) l  Cycle-harvesting from desktop PCs
    • MRG Grid Architecture Componentsn  Central Manager: Schedules Jobs l  collector: collects info about pool Execute Node status Slots l  negotiator: responsible for Central Manager starter match-making. Informs submit nodes about execute nodes & Master 1 Advertising startd vice-versan  Submit Node: Submit Jobs collector negotiator Master l  schedd: schedules jobs and stores in job queue 2 Matchmaking l  shadow: spawned to manage Execute Node jobs Submit Node Slotsn  Execute Node: Executes Jobs starter Master schedd 3 Execution l  startd: enforces policies, spawns job to starter startd shadow l  starter: process that spawns remote job and sends statistics Master to submittern  Master Daemon manages other daemons
    • MRG Administration
    • Success Cases
    • RHN - Red Hat NetworkRed Hat systems Life cycle Management Hosted Model
    • RHN-Satellite
    • RHN-Satellite with RHN Proxy
    • Red Hat Network Modules stack Smart Management Update Managing Provisioning Monitoring Remove and install Create profiles and use Monitor your systems packages all using Group systems and them to install CPU, Memory, Disk I/O web interface manage them as one baremetal systems and more easily Desfaça alterações problemáticas instantâneame nte ou Install the latest Schedule atualizations Undo packages Receive notifications andupdates automatically so they can happen installations and selecionando alerts and maintain your during the a mistakes uing multi- voltar ao systems secure predefined state rollback maintanence window estado anterior Used with Satellite Model Used with RHN – Hosted Model
    • Red Hat and Netscapen  On December 8, 2004, Red Hat acquired assets from AOLs Netscape Security Solutions business unit, including currently shipping products: l  Netscape Certificate Management System (Red Hat Certificate System) l  Netscape Directory Server (Red Hat Directory Server)n  Initial efforts were focused on building a tighter relationship between the Netscape products and Enterprise Linux.n  Acquisitions of JBoss, Identyx & Qumranet and new technologies such as MRG now provide an extension for the identity management technologies into the Cloud, Application and Web Services space.
    • Directory Servern  Standards compliant LDAP v2 e v3 Directory Server l  LDAP v2 e v3, RFC 2251–2256, 2829 and 2830n  Hight Performance, availability and scalability through multi- master replication l  Data redundancy for failover, load balancing l  Simultaneous update with conflict resolution l  No single point of failure, Fault tolerance
    • What does Red Hat Directory Server provide?l  Centrally store vital security data Make security data highly available l  Identity Replicate l  Username, data, password, organization, groups Authenticate users l  Machine name, groupings l  Synch info with Microsoft Active Widely supported; OS access through NIS Directory or PAM “gateway” l  Policy Supports Kerberos via SASL l  Application Settings Integrated support for X.509 certificates l  User Profiles Can call out to databases, legacy systems l  Access Control Information via plug-in API l  Directory not a database l  Read optimized Control access at a fine level l  Organized around users, machines, Using external criteria like type of and policy connection, day of week/time, hostname/IP l  LDAP Using groups (“engineering”) or rolesl  Manage this data (“managers”) l  GUI or command line
    • GUI Administration
    • Data Replicationn  Multi-slave, master-master l  MMR : 4 nodes suportados l  Replicação via WANn  Mecanismo de correção de conflítos l  Changelogn  WinSync
    • Console Interface
    • What Is Multi-Master Replication?l  Master copies reside on multiple serversl  Masters can be situated in different data centers, different geographic areasl  Changes to data can be made to closest server, and are then propagated to the other mastersl  Ability to write to multiple servers; horizontal scalabilityl  Failover ensures high-availabilityl  Automatic time-based conflict resolutionl  No single point of write failure
    • Key Elements of Multi-Master Replication Writeable Masters with Multi-Master replication to each other Replica Hubs Used to reduce work load on mastersRead-Only ReplicasLocal replicas servicing searchand lookup requests fromapplications
    • Types of ReplicationSingle Master Replication Cascading ReplicationMulti-Master Replication
    • WinSync n  Windows Sync Servicen  RHDS-Microsoft AD replication l  Send LDAP updates to AD l  Active Directory on 2000/2003 l  Performs LDAP searches from AD (5mn)n  2-way Sync users (/pwd) and groups n  Password Sync Servicen  Similar to replication l  Captures changes from Windows AD l  Implemented as a plugin l  Transfers them to RHDS on LDAPS l  Sync Agreement (~MMR), Changelog l  Except : sync handles Suffixes (not DB)
    • Monitoringn  SNMP agentn  Local statusn  Logs : access / errors / audit
    • MMR Example: Large ISP Geographically dispersed datacentersDatacenter 1 Datacenter 2 Master Master(California) (North Carolina) Replicas Replicas
    • MMR Example: Over WAN Enterprise with remote offices connected via WANOffice 1 Office 2 Master Master(New York) (Brisbane) WANReplicas Replicas
    • MMR Example: Frequent Searches/UpdatesEnterprise application with high search and update rates Master Replicas Load Balancer Reads Client Writes Masters Load Balancer Master Replicas
    • Red Hat Directory Server Releasen  Red Hat Directory Server 8.2 – July 27th 2010 l  Maintenance and bug fix release l  Security enhancements l  Salted MD5 password hash l  Require secure connections for simple binds l  Require a minimum security factor for server connections l  Improved Standards Compliance l  Syntax validation l  Updated DN syntax l  Support for Dereferencing Searches l  Support for Bitwise Filters
    • Red Hat Directory Services Roadmapn  Red Hat Directory Server 9.0 – Mid CY11 Target l  Add support for OpenLDAP client libraries l  Extend MMR support from 4 masters to 20 masters l  Support tree renames (Mod RDN with new superior) l  Move entry to new container, Move container, Rename container