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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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  • 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. 3 Cloud computing stack etc..LenovoDellIBMHP etc..HyperVVMWareKVMXen Amazon, GoGrid, 3Tera, Eucalyptus, etc... GoogleApps, Java, Azure, etc... Salesforce.com, GoogleDocs, Office, etc... Storage Hardware Virtualization Infrastructure Platform Application Network
  • 4. 4 Our current cloud offering etc..LenovoDellIBMHP KVM Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure Storage Hardware Virtualization Infrastructure Platform Application Network
  • 5. Ubuntu's Strategy in the Cloud
  • 6. 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
  • 7. 7 Product Overview Guest OS Guest OS Infrastructure Host OS Management Tools Public Cloud Private Clouds Infrastructure Host OS
  • 8. 8 Product Overview Ubuntu AMI Ubuntu AMI Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud Landscape Public Cloud Private Clouds
  • 9. 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
  • 10. 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
  • 11. 11 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 Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud
  • 12. 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
  • 13. UEC use cases
  • 14. 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
  • 15. 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
  • 16. 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 Ensure we can handle peak and provide margin Average cumulated use duration Increase largest number of core by overhead
  • 17. Future trends
  • 18. 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 Stack - BigData Use of Hadoop, Cassandra, Memcached is driving IaaS adoption in the Enterprise
  • 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