”The Stack is Dead” at Gluecon 2011<br />Mårten Mickos<br />CEO, Eucalyptus Systems<br />
Thought<br />stack = an orderly pile arranged in layers<br />in the cloud, things are not necessarily layered<br />=> the ...
Eucalyptus<br />Private cloud software platform, open source<br />World’s most widely deployed – 25,000 clouds<br />If it ...
Infrastructure software<br />users<br />now<br />10bn<br />1bn<br />100m<br />10m<br />1m<br />LAMP<br />MF<br />Mini<br /...
It’s all about the ...<br />LAMP times<br />framework<br />language<br />cloud times<br />PHP is a general-purpose scripti...
It’s all about the ...<br />LAMP times<br />api<br />code<br />cloud times<br />
It’s all about the ...<br />LAMP times<br />elasticity<br />scaling<br />cloud times<br />
It’s all about the ...<br />LAMP times<br />ensemble<br />stack<br />cloud times<br />
What does this mean for us?<br />Don’t build stacks – integrate images<br />Avoid lock-in by using de facto APIs<br />Thin...
From stack to ensemble<br />More variability => better customization opportunities<br />Better elasticity<br />
Thank you!<br />Mårten Mickos<br />marten@eucalyptus.com<br />twitter.com/martenmickos<br />
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Keynote at Gluecon 2011 by Marten Mickos, CEO, Eucalyptus Systems

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In the software world, the first decade of this century was ruled by LAMP, the open stack. Is the stack dead now?

With the advent of cloud computing, we are seeing software products coalesce in different ways. What runs on top of what is no longer the key question. Now it's a question of running side by side, with elasticity both in scalability and in configuration.

Common APIs serve as the glue between the components of what might be called the elastic ensemble.

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Keynote at Gluecon 2011 by Marten Mickos, CEO, Eucalyptus Systems

  1. 1. ”The Stack is Dead” at Gluecon 2011<br />Mårten Mickos<br />CEO, Eucalyptus Systems<br />
  2. 2. Thought<br />stack = an orderly pile arranged in layers<br />in the cloud, things are not necessarily layered<br />=> the stack is dead<br />
  3. 3. Eucalyptus<br />Private cloud software platform, open source<br />World’s most widely deployed – 25,000 clouds<br />If it runs on AWS, it runs on Eucalyptus<br />Eliminates VMware lock-in – can mix ESX, KVM, Xen, Hyper-V – competes w. vCloud Director<br />
  4. 4. Infrastructure software<br />users<br />now<br />10bn<br />1bn<br />100m<br />10m<br />1m<br />LAMP<br />MF<br />Mini<br />Client/Server<br />Cloud<br />Internet era<br />Web, Web2.0, Mobile internet<br />
  5. 5. It’s all about the ...<br />LAMP times<br />framework<br />language<br />cloud times<br />PHP is a general-purpose scripting language originally designed for web development to produce dynamic web pages.<br />Node.js is an event-driven I/O framework for the V8 JavaScript engine on Unix-like platforms. It is intended for writing scalable network programs such as web servers.<br />
  6. 6. It’s all about the ...<br />LAMP times<br />api<br />code<br />cloud times<br />
  7. 7. It’s all about the ...<br />LAMP times<br />elasticity<br />scaling<br />cloud times<br />
  8. 8. It’s all about the ...<br />LAMP times<br />ensemble<br />stack<br />cloud times<br />
  9. 9. What does this mean for us?<br />Don’t build stacks – integrate images<br />Avoid lock-in by using de facto APIs<br />Think in terms of dynamic assembly<br />applications use the cloud to wire together the components they need when they run, fail, get overloaded, restart, etc.<br />Worry about managing connectivity, not implementing it<br />everything can talk to everything in a cloud (not just to its nearest neighbor in a stack)<br />interconnectivity in a dynamic environment must be managed carefully<br />Build with what works<br />in a dynamic distributed environment, simple and lightweight tends to be more useful than heavy and complex<br />industry standard APIs reflect this observation: simple scales<br />
  10. 10. From stack to ensemble<br />More variability => better customization opportunities<br />Better elasticity<br />
  11. 11. Thank you!<br />Mårten Mickos<br />marten@eucalyptus.com<br />twitter.com/martenmickos<br />

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