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