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  • The fact that Ubuntu is preferred as a development environment leads to it being the favoured deployment environment (no migration cost) Ubuntu strategy of freely available yet supported has propelled it into this position.
  • * Wikipedia's architecture has a lot of relationships * Adding 100 of each type isn't hard anymore – thank you config management. * Getting them to work together is still a challenge.
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  • 1. The building block of next generation compute
      Mark Baker
    • Juan Negron
  • 2. Canonical
  • 3. About Canonical London, Boston, Taipei, Shanghai, Montreal, São Paolo, Isle of Man Established in 2004 500 people To bring Ubuntu to the world Where When Who Why
  • 4. Ubuntu Server
  • 5. Ubuntu Server
    • Ubuntu manages distributed applications s services
    • 6. 40+ leading technologies such as Hadoop, Cloudfoundry, MongoDB, Couchbase Server, Cassandra and Tomcat all supported.
    • 7. Manage services on servers, in Ubuntu Cloud in Amazon or combinations of all 3
    Service Orchestration & Big Data
    • Fastest growing OS on x86
    • 8. Standard part of certification
    • 9. Leading linux OS used for internal development in US and EU
    • Ubuntu is positioned as the leading guest and infrastructure Linux OS for the cloud
    • 10. Ubuntu's business model in uniquely positioned for this
    • 11. Ubuntu cloud is the foundation OS for Openstack. Next 24 moths will see huge growth in Private and public clouds based on Ubuntu + Openstack
    Volume server Cloud
  • 12. Volume x86
  • 13. Growth – Websites hosted globally | W3Techs data Asianux & Turbo Linux < 0.1% market share
  • 14. We are cloud
  • 15. Ubuntu: We are cloud
    • Infrastructure
    • Ubuntu AMIs run on private or public EC2-based clouds
    • 16. 3 of the 4 main public clouds build on Ubuntu
    • 17. For private clouds, cloud-dedicated hardware
    • 18. Ubuntu supports Intel hardware
    • 19. Ubuntu supports ARM servers
  • 20.
      Number 1 on Amazon
      Published Amazon Machine Images – Sept 1st 2011
      38.1% are Ubuntu
  • 21. Ubuntu: We are cloud Infrastructure
    • Ubuntu is the reference platform for OpenStack
    • 22. Ubuntu and OpenStack have the world’s open cloud momentum
    • 23. From Oct 2010 Openstack is the core supported technology in Ubuntu Cloud
    • 24. Joint solutions with Dell
  • 25. Ubuntu: We are cloud
    • Cloud Foundry FLOOS PaaS from VMware | APL 2.0 | Ruby
    • 26. Default PaaS in several OEM Solutions
    • 27. Extensive Canonical / VMWare collaboration
    • 28. Vmware public PaaS implementation built on Ubuntu
    • 29. Rapid developer & corporate interest in Cloud Foundry since launch
    • 30. Engine Yard and Heroku also built on Ubuntu
  • 31. Service Orchestration
  • 32.  
  • 33. Relationships
    • A high-level interface describing interactions between services
    • 34. Services have `provides` and `requires` interfaces
    • 35. A relation provides private bi-directional communication.
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d8/Wikimedia-servers-2010-12-28.svg
  • 36. Charms
    • Reusable, codified best-practice.
    • 37. Unit of reuse, and sharing.
    • 38. Deploy a charm to get a service.
    • 39. Doesn't require foreknowledge of who will use them or how.
  • 40. ~40 charms Jenkins
  • 41. Lets see it in action Deploy MongoDB Add more units to create a replica set Add Capacity to cluster Watch it all happening
  • 42. $ juju bootstrap juju status juju deploy --repository . mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju status
  • 43. $ juju bootstrap juju status juju deploy --repository . mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju status
  • 44. Video of juju bootstrap running
  • 45. $ juju bootstrap juju status juju deploy --repository . mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju status
  • 46. Video of juju status returning result – maybe see amazon ec2 console as well
  • 47. $ juju bootstrap juju status juju deploy --repository . mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju status
  • 48. Video of juju deploying a mongodb server
  • 49. Video of relations building in juju
  • 50. Video of relations building in juju
  • 51. $ juju bootstrap juju status juju deploy --repository . mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju status
  • 52. Video of new nodes deployed
  • 53. $ juju bootstrap juju status juju deploy --repository . mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju add-unit mongodb juju status
  • 54. Video showing all nodes deployed using Juju
  • 55. name: mongodb summary: An object/document-oriented database (metapackage) description: | MongoDB is a high-performance, open source, schema-free document- oriented data store that's easy to deploy, manage and use. It's network accessible, written in C++ and offers the following features : * Collection oriented storage - easy storage of object- style data * Full index support, including on inner objects * Query profiling * Replication and fail-over support * Efficient storage of binary data including large objects (e.g. videos) * Auto-sharding for cloud-level scalability (Q209) High performance, scalability, and reasonable depth of functionality are the goals for the project. This is a metapackage that depends on all the mongodb parts. provides: database: interface: mongodb peers: replica-set: interface: mongodb-replica-set
  • 56. install #!/bin/bash # Here do anything needed to install the service # i.e. apt-get install -y foo or bzr branch http://myserver/mycode /srv/webroot set -ux ############################################################################################################ # Install some utility packages needed for installation ############################################################################################################ DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive apt-get -y install facter facter-customfacts-plugin ############################################################################################################ # Set some variables that we'll need for later ############################################################################################################ DEFAULT_REPLSET_NAME=`config-get replicaset` HOSTNAME=`hostname -f` EPOCH=`date +%s` fact-add install-time ${EPOCH} WEB_ADMIN_UI=`config-get web_admin_ui` ############################################################################################################ # Install mongodb ############################################################################################################ DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive apt-get install -y mongodb … .. start service mongodb start stop service mongodb stop replica-set-relation-joined #!/bin/bash # This must be renamed to the name of the relation. The goal here is to # affect any change needed by relationships being formed # This script should be idempotent. set -ux DEFAULT_REPLSET_NAME=`config-get replicaset` ############################################################################################################ # Reconfigure the upstart script to include the replica-set option. # We'll need this so, when we add nodes, they can all talk to each other. # Replica sets can only talk to each other if they all belong to the same # set. In our case, we have defaulted to &quot;myset&quot;. ############################################################################################################ grep &quot;${DEFAULT_REPLSET_NAME}&quot; /etc/init/mongodb.conf || sed -i -e &quot;s/ -- / -- --replSet ${DEFAULT_REPLSET_NAME} /&quot; /etc/init/mongodb.conf … . replica-set-relation-changed
  • 57. Charms https://juju.ubuntu.com/Charms
  • 58. Next steps
    • All development is public
    • 59. Communication is open
    • 60. Join Us
    • 61. IRC: #juju on irc.freenode.net
    • 62. Launchpad: https://launchpad.net/juju
    • 63. Web: https://juju.ubuntu.com
    • 64. Charms: https://juju.ubuntu.com/Charms
  • 65. Render Farms Weta Digital
    • Ubuntu used to render Avatar and King Kong
    • 66. 35,000 cores in 5,000 HP Blades with 104TB RAM
    VDI Infrastructure Guateng Province, SA
    • Centralised data-centre providing infrastructure to 2M pupils in 1,200 schools
    • 67. 1500+ Dell Servers
    File and print servers Internal file and print servers running on Ubuntu Hosting Rackspace
    • Over 50,000 Ubuntu Servers
    Example case studies Government Cloud British government team responsible for showing better IT patterns by using new technologies . Infrastructure built out on Ubuntu Web 2.0
      Web 2.0, social networks, online gaming, hosting service providers, public cloud providers, and startups prefer Ubuntu
  • 68. Questions please Thank you