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OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer
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OpenStack Atlanta Summit - Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch, Scale Globally by Supper with IBM and SoftLayer

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Presentation used in the Demo Theater at the OpenStack Juno Summit in May 2014 showing how to get started with OpenStack on IBM SoftLayer. The presentation shows how to deploy a multi-region …

Presentation used in the Demo Theater at the OpenStack Juno Summit in May 2014 showing how to get started with OpenStack on IBM SoftLayer. The presentation shows how to deploy a multi-region OpenStack install in a day for under $10/region using hardware from SoftLayer.

Recording available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4dKsr29I4s

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  • SoftLayer has uniquely designed and deployed a global, interconnected platform that’s designed to meet the key operational and economic requirements of cloud infrastructure across a broad portfolio: dedicated and shared devices, physical and virtual servers, hourly compute instances and four-way, octo-core bare metal, along with a wealth of storage, networking and security components.
    You can take these building blocks and deploy public cloud instances, build private clouds on your choice of virtualization stack, leverage the raw power of bare metal on demand, or combine these solutions into distributed, hybrid architectures. Build what you want, or leverage our turn-key big data and private cloud solutions to design and deploy complex, scalable infrastructure online in near-real time. It’s all delivered as a unified service, managed from a single pane of glass via our web portal or mobile apps, and accessible via a powerful, full-featured API.
    Our bare metal option mirrors on-premises resources across a continuum of single processor servers, quad proc, hex-core, and even graphics processing unit (GPU)-powered. It deploys in near-real-time via the self-service portal or API.
    Within our dedicated virtualized environment, you have a variety of hypervisor choices, including:
    VMWare
    Citrix (Xen)
    Parallels
    Hyper-V
    OpenStack
  • The network is the cloud and the cloud is the network. The network is perhaps the fundamental component in terms of performance, yet it’s rarely discussed in detail by hosting providers. We’ve made a significant investment at SoftLayer in building a network of networks from best-in-class networking infrastructure, hardware, and software designed to deliver exceptional bandwidth and connectivity for the highest speed and reliability. We think our network architecture and performance stand apart in the industry.
    We have 17 points-of-presence (PoPs) today and plan to expand that significantly in 2014. Data centers and PoPs are interconnected with over 2,000 GBps of connectivity around the globe for optimum performance.
    Having this interconnectivity and the ability for customers to transport data from site to site at no additional charge and be able to get on our backbone through the closest PoP is critical. And we are one of the only cloud providers with our own global backbone. Others may be rumored to be building that, but we are there today! We pass 500 to 600 gigs sustained across our backbone. We house a large percent of the content on the Internet!
    The entire network and services stack provides native support for IP version 6, helping to ensure that as this critical transition takes place over the next few years, you’ll be well ahead of the game.
    Every server comes multi-homed to our fully redundant best-in-class public and private network as well as a third network for management
    Public network is IPv4 and IPv6 stacked; every ancillary service comes ready for IPv6
    Private network allows for unmetered bandwidth usage between servers and data centers; use at no extra cost with no special connection feeds or devices needed
    Management network provides unlimited VPN; security-rich KVM access goes beyond basic controls and unsecured connection methods offered by some competitors KVM tool gives you console access as if you are standing right in front of your server; you can even use it to mount your own ISO and install your own custom operating system (OS)
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    • 1. 1 © 2014 IBM Corporation 1 OpenStack Summit May 12-16, 2014 Atlanta, Georgia Build an OpenStack Cluster Before Lunch... …Scale Globally by Supper Michael Fork Nina Goradia
    • 2. 2 © 2014 IBM Corporation Software as a Service Platform as a Service Infrastructure as a Service Marketplace of high-value, consumable business apps Composable and integrated app development platform Enterprise class, optimized infrastructure API Economy Cloud Operating Environment Software- Defined Environment Codename: BlueMix
    • 3. 3 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. © 2014 IBM Corporation SoftLayer offers a broad portfolio of infrastructure choices to help you achieve greater business agility. Reserved Bare metal with your own stack Shared virtual environment Dedicated virtualized environment Any combination of compute, storage, and network available any time. Hourly or monthly. Physical or virtual. Dedicated or shared. Flexibility
    • 4. © 2014 IBM Corporation4 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. SoftLayer infrastructure provides the ideal platform to build scalable, available, reliable OpenStack clouds  Acquire hardware you need, when you need it  Scale in hours, not day or weeks  Have an immediate global presence  Low latency, high-speed connectivity using SoftLayer’s dedicated private fiber network  Choose the model that works for you bring your own OpenStack or use ours, you manage or we manage Why deploy OpenStack on SoftLayer? Powerful Customizable On-demand Entry-level single proc servers to GPU-powered workhorses Fully customize RAM, SSDs, HDDs, and network uplinks bare metal server can be provisioned in 2–4 hours
    • 5. © 2014 IBM Corporation5 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. That’s interesting, but… How do I build an OpenStack cloud by lunch and scale it globally by supper?
    • 6. © 2014 IBM Corporation6 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it.
    • 7. © 2014 IBM Corporation7 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. Three-node architecture with OpenStack Networking (neutron)
    • 8. © 2014 IBM Corporation8 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. Well that is easy enough…. What do I need?
    • 9. © 2014 IBM Corporation9 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it.
    • 10. © 2014 IBM Corporation10 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. Controller node Network node Compute node Total: $.344 / hour or $8.25 / day
    • 11. © 2014 IBM Corporation11 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. But what fun is that? Let’s price out some usable specs.
    • 12. © 2014 IBM Corporation12 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. Controller / Network Compute Total: $.706 / hour or $16.94 / day
    • 13. © 2014 IBM Corporation13 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. We forgot an essential. The network!
    • 14. 14 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. © 2014 IBM Corporation Our triple-network architecture is fundamental to the performance of the SoftLayer infrastructure. Load balancer Firewall Firewall Network security IMSVPN edge router VPN IMS Services Storage Infrastructure iSCSI SoftLayer integrates three distinct and redundant gigabit network architectures—public, private, and data center-to-data center management—into a network-within-a-network topology. Any device at any time can have any of three types of connections:  Public network: Connection to public Internet  Private network: unmetered bandwidth usage between servers and data centers  Management network: Out-of-band management through an unlimited VPN connection Public network Management network Private network MPLS Performance and control Linux
    • 15. 15 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. © 2014 IBM Corporation Management (hypervisor to hypervisor) and Instance Tunnels (Guest to Guest) map to Private network. What about External (outside world to Guest)?
    • 16. © 2014 IBM Corporation16 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. Portable Private = Accessible in SoftLayer Portable Public = Accessible from World
    • 17. © 2014 IBM Corporation17 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. That’s it. Back to the install guide!
    • 18. © 2014 IBM Corporation18 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. My Experience building a cluster and scaling globally – multiple regions with single, shared Keystone and Horizon services  Region 1 - San Jose • (2x) Virtual Machines = 3 minutes • (3x) Physical Machines = 90 minutes • Copying and pasting from OpenStack Documentation = 4 hours • Troubleshooting Neutron issue (no DHCP to guests) = 3 more hours  Region 2 – Singapore • (2x) Virtual Machines = 3 minutes • (1x) Physical Machines = 90 minutes • Copying and pasting from OpenStack Documentation = 2 hours • Troubleshooting Neutron issue (no outside access) = 6 more hours Total elapsed time: ~ 9 hours (ignoring neutron debug)
    • 19. © 2014 IBM Corporation19 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it.
    • 20. © 2014 IBM Corporation20 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. I need more governance. Approvals. Expiration Policies.
    • 21. © 2014 IBM Corporation21 IBM Cloud: Think it. Build it. Tap into it. IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack, v4.1 Cloud solution supporting Heterogeneous Compute, Storage, & Network • Single point management across multiple domains & hypervisors • All IBM server architectures & major hypervisors supported Additional features enabling more efficient use of Cloud resources • Dashboards show Cloud admin resource capacity, VM utilization • Metering/Billing and reports, Resource expiration & project approval policies, Network configuration & mapping Hybrid Enablement & Multi-cloud Federation • Federation to multi instances of OpenStack and Hybrid Clouds • Hybrid Clouds on and off premise options via IBM Services agreement & SoftLayer support • Accelerate Time to Market: Time to market improvement for new applications • Integrated Management: Approvals, metering, billing, users and projects through a single ‘pane of glass’ • Flexible, modular design: Based upon OpenStack IaaS -- Access to OpenStack APIs. Extensible via REST API allowing partners to easily customize the UI IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack is an easy to deploy, simple to use cloud management software offering based on OpenStack (Icehouse) with open cloud APIs. Importantly, we include IBM enhancements that features a self-service portal for workload provisioning, virtual image management, and monitoring. It's an innovative, cost-effective approach that also includes automation, metering, and security. Open Simple Innovative

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