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  • 1. Intro to Cloud, OpenStackDevOps, and CrowbarMay 31, 2012
  • 2. Why cloud computing? • Short deadlines require fast access to resources • Tight budgets mean more is needed from less hardware Global Marketing
  • 3. Virtualization can solve part of the problemHYPERVISORS PROVIDE ABSTRACTION BETWEEN APPS AND HARDWARE (SERVERS) HOST 1 HOST 2 HOST 3 HOST 4, ETC. VM Hypervisor (VMWare ESX, Citrix XEN Server, KVM, Etc.) Hardware abstraction for each server Better resource utilization for each server1. Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud FederationAutomation & Efficiency Global Marketing
  • 4. But questions arise as the environment grows...“VM SPRAWL” CAN MAKE THINGS UNMANAGEABLE VERY QUICKLY APPS USERS ADMINS How do you make your apps cloud aware? How do you empower people to self-service? Where should you provision new VMs? How do you keep track of it all? +1. Server Virtualization Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud FederationAutomation & Efficiency Global Marketing
  • 5. But questions arise as the environment grows...“VM SPRAWL” CAN MAKE THINGS UNMANAGEABLE VERY QUICKLY APPS USERS ADMINS A Cloud Management Layer Is Missing1. Server Virtualization Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud FederationAutomation & Efficiency Global Marketing
  • 6. What is needed is a cloud Operating System thatadds automation and control at scale Connects to apps via APIs Self-service for users USERS ADMINS APPS CLOUD OPERATING SYSTEM Creates Pools of Resources Automates The Network1. Server Virtualization Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud FederationAutomation & Efficiency Global Marketing
  • 7. Types of pools managed by the Cloud O.S.COMPUTE, NETWORK, & STORAGE Compute Pool Network Pool Load Balancing Pool Storage Pool Image Service Pool1. Server Virtualization Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud FederationAutomation & Efficiency Global Marketing
  • 8. OpenStack is the Open Source Software Powering Public and Private Clouds Private Cloud: Public Cloud:Run OpenStack software OpenStack powers somein your own of the worlds largest publicdata centers cloud deployments. 1. Server Virtualization 2. Cloud Data Center 3. Cloud Federation Automation & Efficiency Global Marketing
  • 9. • What is it: An open source cloud operating system• Who’s building it: A worldwide community of developers• Who controls it: OpenStack Foundation, backed by AT&T, Canonical, Cisco, ClearPath, Cloudscaling, Dell, DreamHost, HP, IBM, ITRI, Mirantis, Morphlabs, Nebula, NetApp, Piston, Rackspace, Red Hat, SUSE, and Yahoo! (so far) Global Marketing
  • 10. Wide-Ranging Community Support….10 Confidential 6/5/2012 Global Marketing
  • 11. OpenStack Timeline Fulsom Essex “Platform for Innovation” Diablo “Production Ready” Core Platform for Workable Innovation Cactus Foundation Stable Foundation Community Network as a Bexar Development Exposes Gaps Included in Service Forming Solidify Ubuntu 12.04 Block Storage Austin First Community Public Working Incubated: Public Adoptoin Code Prototypes Loses VMware Network & Block Multiple Scale Formation & HyperV Storage Deployments 2011 2012Nov 2010 Dec Feb Apr Jun Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Aug Nov 2010: Feb 2011: Apr 2011: Sep 2011: Mar 2012: Oct 2012: Austin Bexar Cactus Diablo Essex Fulsom Release Release Release Release Release Release Oct 2010: Apr 2011: Oct 2011: Apr 2012: Design Design Design Design Summit Summit Summit Summit Global Marketing
  • 12. OpenStack Value Proposition Reduces Provides Lock-in & Open APIs• Addresses Real Market Pains Licenses & Support –Limits costly software licenses –Limits lock-in by vendors (VMware) & by providers (Amazon) –Allows for massive scalability –Extensible hypervisor support (Xen, KVM, Hyper-V, etc.) –Offers standard APIs enabling growing cloud ecosystem OpenStack is commoditizing the IaaS market from single provider (Amazon) to many small copy cats (startups). Global Marketing
  • 13. Global Marketing
  • 14. Vision for CompleteOpenStack Solution Global Marketing
  • 15. DevOps15 Global Marketing
  • 16. What is DevOps?Is an emerging set of principles, methods and practices for communication,collaboration and integration between application/software engineering andIT Operations that DRIVE AUTOMATION Staff Commodity Hardware Packaged Operations Software Scripts & Tools IT’S ALL SOFTWARE! Crowbar Global Marketing
  • 17. Images vs. Layers: Overview Images: Single Unit Layers: Stacked Pieces Configuration Integrations Configuration Application Foo Integrations + Applications + Application Bar Utilities + Operating Utilities System Operating System17 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 18. Images vs. Layers: Lifecycle Images: Replacement Layers: Upgrade Config Config Config I I I+A+U+ I+A+U+ Foo Foo Config Config I+A+U+ O/S O/S Bar v1 Bar v2 O/S U U OS OS Config Bar v2 I+A+U+ O/S Dell Cloud Solutions 18 July 20, 201118 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 19. Making an OpenStack Cloud Operations SW OPS HW Resources Expertise19 Confidential Global Marketing
  • 20. Dell OpenStack Cloud Solution “Crowbar” CloudOps SW Software SW OPS OPS HW Reference Services & Architecture Consulting Global Marketing20 Confidential
  • 21. Developing Dell IP: Crowbar • Includes all the components required to APIs, User Access, & implement an entire cloud infrastructure Ecosystem Partners including ecosystems partners • Pluggable components deploy cloud Ops Management Dell “Crowbar” infrastructure. Cloud Infrastructure & Dell IP Extensions • Allow for addition of Dell IP and expansion by the community services and customers • Can integrate with Dell existing products Core Components & Operating Systems • Delivers basic data center services and required cloud infrastructure. • Provision bare-metal servers from box to cloud WITHOUT user intervention (other Physical Resources than racking/cabling and some minimal configuration questions) * Crowbar has potential to service other programs beyond OpenStack21 Global Marketing
  • 22. Developing Dell IP: Crowbar APIs, User Access, & Nagios Ganglia Dashboard Ecosystem Partners enStratus RightScale Ops Management Dell “Crowbar” Cloud Infrastructure Nova Swift Glance & Dell IP Extensions Compellent EqualLogic Core Components & Crowbar DNS Logging Operating Systems Deployer NTP Provisioner BIOS IPMI Physical Resources Network RAID * Crowbar has potential to service other programs beyond OpenStackConfidential Global Marketing
  • 23. Crowbar = Install State Machine Confidential 23 Global Marketing
  • 24. Crowbar24 Global Marketing
  • 25. Main Screen25 Global Marketing
  • 26. Barclamps (What configuration you wish todeploy)26 Global Marketing
  • 27. Proposals (What barclamp you wish to deploy)27 Global Marketing
  • 28. Edit Proposals (Configure and Select Servers)28 Global Marketing
  • 29. Active Roles (What’s been applied)29 Global Marketing
  • 30. Dashboard30 Global Marketing
  • 31. MonitoringNagios and Ganglia are installed by default and are configured to correctly monitor the services installed by crowbar31 Confidential 6/5/2012 Global Marketing
  • 32. Cloud Ecosystem32 Global Marketing
  • 33. OpenStack “Whiteboard” Architecture Global Marketing
  • 34. OpenStack “Logical” Architecture Global Marketing
  • 35. OpenStack Ecosystem Global Marketing