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A look back at three years of OpenStack architecture as well as a view of the next version. Presented at OpenStack Korea in Seoul, South Korea on July 18th, 2013.

A look back at three years of OpenStack architecture as well as a view of the next version. Presented at OpenStack Korea in Seoul, South Korea on July 18th, 2013.

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  • OpenStack Architecture Past and Future Ken Pepple Chief Technology Officer http://www.solinea.com HAPPY 3RD BIRTHDAY AUTOMATEALLTHETHINGS
  • About Me   CTO, Solinea   Former Director of Cloud Development, Internap Public Cloud   Author of O’Reilly “Deploying OpenStack”   OpenStack Code contributor since Bexar release   Twitter @ken_pepple   IRC kpepple 2
  • Early Development (Austin – Diablo)   OpenStack started with Nova and Swift   No interaction between two services until Glance in Bexar release   Developed completely on Launchpad   My humble first commit 3 commit 16eeac71055ffa9fe0fc7a13032da4e6397121b1 Author: Ken Pepple <ken.pepple@gmail.com> Date: Sat Jan 8 17:40:06 2011 -0800 fixed doc make process for new nova version (rev530) mechanism
  • Bexar/Cactus/Diablo Architecture (2011) 4 Image Compute Object Storage Stores images in Stores disk files in Conceptual Architecture Logical Architecture
  • Essex Development   Web interface released   Centralization of authentication released on second try when “keystone light” was made the full keystone –  https://lists.launchpad.net/openstack/msg07063.html   Moved codebase to GitHub 5
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  • Essex Architecture (2012) ObjectImage Compute Dashboard Identity authenticates with authenticates with authenticates with retrieves / stores images in provides UI for provides UI forprovides UI for retrieves/stores disk files in http://ken.pepple.info 7 OpenStack Object Store OpenStack Image Service OpenStack Compute OpenStack Dashboard OpenStack Identity Service OpenStack Compute API / Admin API keystone (service & admin APIs) nova-api (OS, EC2, Admin) nova-consoleauth nova-cert/ objectstore nova-console VNC/VMRC OpenStack Object API Queue nova-compute nova-network nova-volume nova-scheduler nova database volume provider (iSCSI, etc) OpenStack Compute API OpenStack Image API Horizon OpenStack Image API identity backend (kvs, pam, sql, etc.) swift-proxy objectcontaineraccount object store account DB container DB OpenStack Object API HTTP(S) OpenStack Object API Horizon Database OpenStack Identity API OpenStack Identity API OpenStack Identity API OpenStack End Users OpenStack Image API Amazon Web Services EC2 API OpenStack Identity API OpenStack Image API catalog backend (kvs, catalog, etc.) token backend (kvs, memcache, etc.) OpenStack Identity API hypervisor libvirt, XenAPI, etc. HTTP(S) glance-api glance-registry glance database http://ken.pepple.info/openstack/2011/04/22/openstack-nova-architecture/
  • Folsom Development   Development and project pace quickens   Cinder and Quantum (now Neutron) introduced   Major influx of industry vendors support new services 8
  • Folsom Architecture (2012) Identity Dashboard Image Compute Object Storage Block Storage Network Provides UI for Provides UI for Provides UI for Provides UI for Provides UI for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides volumes for Provide network connectivity for Stores images in Stores disk files in http://ken.pepple.info OpenStack Object Store OpenStack Image Service OpenStack Compute OpenStack Dashboard OpenStack Identity Service OpenStack Compute API / Admin API keystone (service & admin APIs) nova-api (OS, EC2, Admin) nova-consoleauth nova-cert/ objectstore nova-console VNC/VMRC OpenStack Object API http://ken.pepple.info Queue nova-compute nova-network nova-volume nova-scheduler nova database OpenStack Compute API OpenStack Image API Horizon OpenStack Image API identity backend (kvs, pam, sql, ldap, etc.) swift-proxy objectcontaineraccount object store account DB container DB OpenStack Object API HTTP(S) OpenStack Object API Horizon Database OpenStack Identity API OpenStack Identity API OpenStack Identity API OpenStack End Users OpenStack Image API OpenStack Identity API OpenStack Image API catalog backend (kvs, sql, etc.) token backend (kvs, memcache, etc.) OpenStack Identity API hypervisor libvirt, XenAPI, etc. HTTP(S) Amazon Web Services EC2 API OpenStack Network Service glance-api glance-registry glance database OpenStack Block Storage OpenStack Block Storage API cinder-api cinder-volume OpenStack Identity API quantum-server quantum plugin(s) OpenStack Identity API cinder-scheduler cinder database OpenStack Network API AMQP AMQP network provider OpenStack Block Storage API OpenStack Network API policy backend (rules, custom) Queue OpenStack Network API quantum database quantum agent(s) volume provider 9http://ken.pepple.info/openstack/2012/09/25/openstack-folsom-architecture/
  • Grizzly Development   No new services   Simplification of some services   Maturing of code on others –  nova-conductor introduced to isolate nova-compute from database access 10
  • Grizzly Architecture (2013) 11 Identity Dashboard Image Compute Object Storage Block Storage Network Provides UI for Provides UI for Provides UI for Provides UI for Provides UI for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides volumes for Provide network connectivity for Stores images in Stores disk files in http://www.solinea.com http://www.solinea.com/2013/06/15/openstack-grizzly-architecture-revisited/ OpenStack Object Store OpenStack Image Service OpenStack Compute OpenStack Dashboard OpenStack Identity Service OpenStack Compute API / Admin API keystone (service & admin APIs) nova-api (OS, EC2, Metadata, Admin) nova-consoleauth nova-cert/ objectstore nova-console nova-*proxy VNC/VMRC /Spice OpenStack Object API http://www.solinea.com Queue nova-compute nova-scheduler nova database OpenStack Compute API OpenStack Image API Horizon OpenStack Image API identity backend swift-proxy objectcontaineraccount object store account DB container DB OpenStack Object API HTTP(S) OpenStack Object API OpenStack Identity API OpenStack Identity API OpenStack Identity API Internet OpenStack Image API OpenStack Identity API OpenStack Image API catalog backend token backend OpenStack Identity API hypervisor libvirt, XenAPI, etc. HTTP(S) Amazon Web Services EC2 API OpenStack Network Service glance-api glance-registry glance database OpenStack Block Storage OpenStack Block Storage API cinder-api cinder-volume quantum-server quantum plugin(s) OpenStack Identity API cinder-scheduler cinder database OpenStack Network API network provider OpenStack Block Storage API OpenStack Network API policy backend Queue OpenStack Network API quantum database quantum agent(s) nova-conductor memcached OpenStack Identity API ⁃ OpenStack Command Line Tools (nova-client, swift-client, etc.) ⁃ Cloud Management Tools (Rightscale, Enstratius, etc.) ⁃ GUI tools (Cyberduck, iPhone client, etc.) volume provider cinder-backup OpenStack Object API OpenStack Identity API Queue OpenStack Block Storage API
  • Havana Development   Ceilometer is a metering project. The project offers metering. Metering lets you know what actions have taken place, rating enables pricing and line items, and billing gathers the line items to create a bill to send to the consumer and collect payment.   Heat provides a REST API to orchestrate multiple cloud applications implementing standards such as AWS CloudFormation. 12
  • Havana Architecture (~Oct 2013) 13 Dashboard Compute Block Storage Network Provides UI for Provides UI for Provides UI for Provides UI for Provides UI for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides Auth for Provides volumes for Provide connectivity for Stores images in Stores disk files in Identity Object Storage Image http://www.solinea.com Orchestraton Metering Meters usage of Meters usage of Meters usage of Meters usage of Automates Automates Automates Automates
  • 14   November 5-8, 2013 – Hong Kong!   Registration and sponsorships now open –  New: Two tiers of registration, please read carefully   Call for speakers deadline July 31   Book your travel early, room blocks are filling up!   Travel Assistance Program – applications in July   More details at openstack.org/summit
  • Ken Pepple ken@solinea.com http://www.solinea.com Accelerating the adoption of Cloud Computing