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MSST-2013 Openstack in the Land of Guilder MSST-2013 Openstack in the Land of Guilder Presentation Transcript

  • OpenStack in the Land of GuilderBuilding Private Clouds with OpenStackJoshua McKenty,josh@openstack.org @jmckenty
  • Let me ‘splain…No, there is toomuch.Let me sum up.
  • "In  scale-­‐up,  servers  are  like  pets.  You  name  them  and  when  they  get  sick,  you  nurse  them  back  to  health…  
  • …In  scale-­‐out,  servers  are  like  ca>le.  You  number  them  and  when  they  get  sick,  you  shoot  them.”    –  Bill  Baker    
  • Planning: Design Goals•  Return on Agility•  Minimized down-time•  Minimal IT headcount
  • “…by  2020,  our  Digital  Universe  will  be  44  TIMES  AS  BIG  as  it  was  in  2009…”  
  • •  OpenStack is a framework•  Key component selections•  Orchestration choicesUnderstanding OpenStack
  • Understanding OpenStackSTORAGE   COMPUTE   NETWORK  
  • Choices, Choices, ChoicesCompute NetworkingStorage
  • Choices, Choices, ChoicesCompute NetworkingStorageStorage  •  Block:  Ceph,  Gluster  •  Object:  SwiY,  Ceph,  Riak  •  HW:  SolidFire,  NetApp,  EMC  Compute  •  KVM  •  Xen  •  HyperV  •  vSphere  •  LXC  /  Bare  Metal  Networking  •  OVS  •  Nicira  NVP  •  MidoNet  •  PlumGrid  •  Juniper,  Cisco,  Arista,  Brocade…  
  • •  Diversity•  Scale minimums•  Scale maximums•  Key workload ratiosPlanning
  • VCPUs  TBs  of  Storage  Net  I/O  Key Workload Ratio
  • Hardware OptionsThe  Kennel  • VMware-­‐style  • High-­‐density  blades  • Fiber  Channel  SAN  storage  The  Menagerie  • 1U  and  2U  servers  • Dedicated  management  and  control  nodes  • Bo>om-­‐of-­‐Rack  filers  The  Ranch  • Null-­‐der  architecture  • General  purpose  “nodes”  • Distributed  control  plane  
  • Vendor Approach VendorsDIY OpenStack.org source codePackages Canonical, RedHat, SUSESystem Integrators Mirantis, MetaCloudHardware Appliances Nebula, Morph LabsSoftware Products Cloud Scaling, Piston CloudAll-in-one IBM, HP, DellOther Cisco, Rackspace, StackOpsVendor Choices
  • •  Authentication: LDAP, SAML and Beyond•  Beyond RRD & MRTG: Ceilometer, Canary•  SIEM: When logging is a big data problem…•  Routing and beyond: What about Layers 4+?Integration
  • •  Orchestration and Client Tools•  Training and Best Practices•  Support and troubleshootingWinning Post-Install
  • Questions?
  • Thank you.