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Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
Architecting Scalable Private Clouds
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Architecting Scalable Private Clouds

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Presentation by Thomas Brenneke, Founder and President of Network Redux. More info here:

Presentation by Thomas Brenneke, Founder and President of Network Redux. More info here:

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  • 1. “Architecting Scalable Private Clouds”<br />Thomas Brenneke – President – Network Redux<br />
  • 2. Fundamentals<br />What, Why and How of Private Clouds<br /><ul><li> System Architecture
  • 3. Scalability
  • 4. Fault Tolerant
  • 5. Let’s Build One…</li></li></ul><li>System Architecture<br />5 Ingredients: Network Edge to Storage Backend<br />1) Network<br />2) Appliance<br />3) Virtualization<br />4) Storage<br />5) Management<br />
  • 6. Network<br />The Access Level<br /><ul><li> High Availability
  • 7. Redundancy
  • 8. Segmentation</li></li></ul><li>Appliances<br />Externalized Resources<br /><ul><li> Firewalls
  • 9. Load Balancers
  • 10. Caching and Acceleration
  • 11. Appliances vs. VM’s</li></li></ul><li>Virtualization<br />Hypervisors, Hosts and Fault Tolerance<br /><ul><li> Hypervisors
  • 12. Dynamic
  • 13. Work Load Balancing
  • 14. Fault Tolerance vs. HA</li></li></ul><li>Storage<br />Options to Consider<br /><ul><li> SAN vs. No SAN
  • 15. DRBD
  • 16. iSCSI/FC
  • 17. Speed</li></li></ul><li>Management<br />Making Life Easier<br /><ul><li> Provisioning
  • 18. Monitoring
  • 19. Backups
  • 20. DR</li></li></ul><li>Scalability<br />Horizontal and Vertical, Together<br /><ul><li> Baking it in
  • 21. Horizontal vs. Vertical
  • 22. Assumptions
  • 23. Changing Technologies</li></li></ul><li>Fault Tolerance<br />And High Availability<br /><ul><li> Expect No Less Than 4 Nines
  • 24. N+1 Everywhere
  • 25. Overhead vs. Uptime</li></li></ul><li>Client Profile<br />Story of Building a Network<br /><ul><li> Network
  • 26. Appliances
  • 27. Virtualization
  • 28. Storage
  • 29. Management</li></li></ul><li>
  • 30.
  • 31. Questions?<br />networkredux.com | @networkredux | @tbrenneke <br />

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