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Nick Barcet, Open Source tijdens Infosecurity.nl Storage Expo en Tooling Event, 3 november 2010, Jaarbeurs Utrecht






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Nick Barcet, Open Source tijdens Infosecurity.nl Storage Expo en Tooling Event, 3 november 2010, Jaarbeurs Utrecht Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Ubuntu Cloud Canonical's strategy for an Open Cloud Infosecurity.nl 2010 Nick Barcet <nick.barcet@canonical.com> Cloud Solutions Lead
  • 2. Cloud?
  • 3. Cloud computing stack Application Salesforce.com, GoogleDocs, Office, etc... Platform GoogleApps, Java, Azure, etc... Infrastructure Amazon, GoGrid, 3Tera, Eucalyptus, etc... Storage Network Virtualization Xen KVM VMWare HyperV etc.. Hardware HP IBM Dell Lenovo etc.. 3
  • 4. Our current cloud offering Application Platform Infrastructure Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure Storage Network Virtualization KVM Hardware HP IBM Dell Lenovo etc.. 4
  • 5. Ubuntu's Strategy in the Cloud
  • 6. Strategy • IaaS – Focus on infrastructure layer • Bring the Ubuntu experience – Make it as easy as possible for Enterprises to try out cloud computing • Standards – Support current dominant de-facto cloud standards • Open and Lock-In Free – Ensure the cloud is based on open-source and lock-in free 6
  • 7. Product Overview Management Tools Guest OS Guest OS Infrastructure Host OS Infrastructure Host OS Public Cloud Private Clouds 7
  • 8. Product Overview Landscape Ubuntu AMI Ubuntu AMI Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud Public Cloud Private Clouds 8
  • 9. Ubuntu AMI – The #1 Public Cloud OS • – Images available since 2007 – Believed to be the most widely deployed OS • – Images available since 2008 – Confirmed as most widely deployed OS 9
  • 10. UEC Adoption – The 1st OSS Cloud Stack • Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud – 200 installs a day • Market Engagement with FSI sector – Bursty compute needs – Multiple PoC engagements – Developers rather Operations influential 10
  • 11. Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud Five Characteristics: - On Demand Service - Ubiquitous Network Access - Location Independent Resource Polling - Rapid Elasticity - Measured Service Delivery Models - Software as a Service (SaaS) - Platform as a Service (PaaS) - Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Deployment Models - Private Cloud - Public Cloud - Hybrid Cloud 11
  • 12. Speed of Innovation • Cloud reduces development friction and costs and so speeds innovation – Benefits of Cloud not just from scale • Cloud adoption is being driven by developers – Ubuntu is the default non-Windows development platform – Web 2.0 companies using Ubuntu and early adopters of cloud technology • Opportunity – Access to latest technologies needed for competitive advantage rather than cost saving 12
  • 13. UEC use cases
  • 14. UEC use cases • Testing/Development • Education/Training • Web Services deployment and scaling • Quickly create and tear-down IT environments • Hybrid clouds – Capacity scaling – Disaster recovery – Back up 14
  • 15. Developer Shop • Developing software that sits on top of complex infrastructures • Developers need to test code against the entire infrastructure • It is inconceivable to give each developer a separate infrastructure for testing, limiting edge effects • With UEC, a developer can spin their own infrastructure to test their code 15
  • 16. Cloud developer sizing • L = average number of instances/developper (single cores) • X = Number of developers Current cost • L = 20 • X = 100 → L x X = 2000 cores Projected cost with UEC • M = 40% (average concurrent usage) • V = 20% (virtualization overhead) → Y = ( (V x L) x X x M) + L) = 980 cores, 50% potential savings Increase Ensure we can largest Average handle peak number of cumulated use and provide core by duration margin overhead 16
  • 17. Future trends
  • 18. Future Trends – Ubuntu Roadmap Easy Hyperscale Focus on integrating tools, software and technologies which make it easy for DevOps to deploy workloads rapidly and without fuss. The 1st Cloud LAMP Use of Hadoop, Cassandra, Memcached is Stack - BigData driving IaaS adoption in the Enterprise 18
  • 19. Thank you! http://www.ubuntu.com/cloud http://cloud.ubuntu.com ← blog aggregator http://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEC ← tuto & doc Twitter @ubuntucloud @nijaba ← me